Donald F. Wagner marriage 6 Sep 1946.
G.11 1 Y J VA)UpiC W CQ "o'jln Chapel (JOLGATE-RocheBter (JOLGATE-RocheBter (JOLGATE-RocheBter Divinity Hcnooi jnapei, aecoratea witn white chrysanthemums and asters and candle-lighted, candle-lighted, candle-lighted, was the setting for the marriage of Miss Jane Elizabeth Dunk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Punk of Hannahs Hannahs Terrace, to Donald F. Wagner, son of Mrs. Eileen Wagner of f'eflch Avenue and the late Arthur J. Wagner. The ceremony took place at 4 p. m. yesterday and was performed by the Rev. Stewart G. Cole. The bride, escorted by her father, wore a dressmaker suit of beloved grey, with a white feather hat and a corsajr? of white orchids. Her only attendant was' her sister, Mrs. David Wagner of Boston, who wore a royal blue suit, with fuchsia accessories, accessories, and a corsage of pink rubrum lilies. David Wagner was best man and the ushers were Eugene Sage and Joseph Tonkin. A small reception was held at The Normandle, where white flowers flowers were used in decoration. Mrs. Robert Downhill, a cousin of the bride, .poured. After a trip to the Pocono Mountains, Mountains, Mr. and Mrs. Wagner will reside In Syracuse, where the bridegroom bridegroom is a student at Syracuse University and a member of Phi Kappa Ps! Fraternity.