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oseland - MUM Eileen Ruth Wed* Dearold Oselflnd, con of...
MUM Eileen Ruth Wed* Dearold Oselflnd, con of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore J. Oseland, 459 East Third street, and Miss Eileen Ruth, daughter of Mrs. Lorene Ruth, 211 Gerson avenue, were married in Grace Methodist Church at seven o'clock Wednesday evening. The Rev. F. M. Hedg- r officiated, using the single ring eremony, and the bride was giv- n in marriage by her uncle, M. 5. Mlddleton. The wedding oc- urred on the twenty-second annl- •ersary of the marriage of Mr. nd Mrs. M. S. Middleton. Palms vere used In forming a setting for he bridal party. Eugene Oseland was best man or his brother, and Mrs. Earl Williams of Hlllsboro, sister of he bride, was matron of honor. Mrs. Alfred H. Clayton, organ- st played a program of bridal music, including Schubert's "Sere- ade" and "Always" while the uesls were assembling, and acr ompanied Mrs. Dale Kennedy vho sang "At Dawning" and Through The Years" before the ntrance of the bride. Mrs. Clayon played "The Bridal Chorus" rom "Lohengrin" by .Wagner as processional and the Mendelsohn March as a recessional. Miss Ruth wore 'a two-piece avy blue suit, bandeau of split .vhite carnations and white vell- ng, white gloves, and a shoulder orsage of white carnations. Her matron of honor was attired In two-piece brown suit and wore Ink accessories, corsage of pink arnatlons and a bandeau which brresponded to the one worn by rfiss Ruth. Reception was held at the home f the bride's uncle and "aunt, Mr. nd .Mrs. Eugene Kitzmiller on let-son street. For the present Mr. and Mrs. seland will reside with the former's parents. Mr* Oseland, who vas separated from service a year go after being in the European heater, is employed by Western artridge Company and his bride an employe of the Portnoy Garment Company. Society. CLUBS IP AUTOS* WZDDWCU DANOM Mlsi Skundrlch To Wed The wedding of Michael Kuci nick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kucinick, sr- of Livingston and Miss Frances Skundrich, daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Skundrich, 67 East Lorena avenue, Wood River, will take place n St. Bernard's Catholic Church, *Vood River, Saturday, April 19, at 9 o'clock in the morning. Breakfast will be served at the home of the bride's parents, and a •eceptlon will take place in the evening at Labor Temple Hall, ood- River. Mr. Kucinick is employed by Jtandard Oil Company and his fiancee is an em- iplOye of the International. Shoe (Company, at its tanneries In Hartford. Th'e p r o spectlve groom was in the.Army of the (United States for four years, and was separated _-.--— °m service in Sknndrlch August of 1945 fter being in,'the South Pacific or 30 months. Miss Skundrich was honored ast Sunday at a party given at tfoose Hall in Wood River by her sters, the Misses Mary, Catherine and Evelyn Skundrich. Fifty uests were in attendance, and resented gifts to the bride-to-be. Bunco was played, and refreshments were served. Prizes were warded to Miss Ann Skundrich, flrs. Joseph Kochan, Mrs. Charles rankor, Mrs. Steve Skundrich, Vlrs. Osce Johnson and Mrs. Staney Tompack, sr. Mrs. John Skundrich and Mrs. Nicholas Skundrich, sisters-in-law f the hostesses, assisted in serv- ng. Memns-Biddbon Wedding Elm Street Presbyterian Church as the setting Wednesday night or the wedding of Russell , P. fleans, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. deans of 202 Gerson street, and

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 14 Mar 1947, Fri,
  3. Page 18

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