Mary Kotasek marries Tech. Sgt. Joseph Wallace
brides-maids. a Miss Marv Kotasek. daughter of Mr. land Mrs. Frank Kotasek, 88 Tener Married 'At Church Ceremony , ' m Ll l 11 '--im" '--im" '--im" '--im" "m "V ' x v X " - - illllllSllllllllllf ;JlilillliBSl liiiliiiiiiliiii r mimmmittimmmmmimthmlmiiim i,mm,i. r.nn.i.o.i. to 1 im iim Am Hoffman Studio. TECH. SERGT. AND MRS. JOSEPH WALLACE iuu wis. iua Mfbaoc, street, Luzerne, and Tech. Sergeant Joseph Wallace, Marine Crops, son 01 Mr. and Mrs. ueorge wauace, 01 warner street, riains, were marriep Monday, April 26. in St Johns Church, Luzerne. Rev. Father Yan- Yan- read the nuDtial mass. Sergeant Wallace, who saw 7 months service in Guadalcanal, has been in the ser- ser- vice lor 07a yeuia. Members of the bridal party were Miss Genevive Kotasek, Philadel- Philadel- phia; Miss :Rita ,Seck. Abington; Miss Lillian Bernick, Plymouth; Ed- Ed- ward Vincent Newark: Vincent Wal- Wal- vranc a w hzihip. fare irisner. vi. The hride wore a town of white . . "J . . . The skirt ended in a train and her veil, trimmed with orange blossoms, covered the train of her gown. The bride's bouquet waa calla lilies and sweet peas. The bride's attendants wore frocks In shades of pink, yellow and blue with hats to match their gowns. They all carried Colonial bouquets. A reception was held at the bride's home. The couple will live In San Diego where Sergeant Wallace has been transferred after serving in Guadalcanal. Out of town guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Steven Wallace and family, Newark; George Wallace, Jr., and family, Binghamton; Private Paul Sdhol, Kentucky; Private Francis Francis Wallace, Fort Fisher, N. C; Mr. and Mrs. James Lavelle, New York; Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Kotasek, Long Island; Miss Mary Wallace, Middle-town. Middle-town. Middle-town.