Lequia wedding Sept 1946

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Lequia wedding Sept 1946
 - Miss Ann Sharkey Wed To Escan aban In Ceremony...
Miss Ann Sharkey Wed To Escan aban In Ceremony Here Munising—Misa Anna Margaret Sharkey of 114 Chocolny street, daughter of the late Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Sharkey became the bride of John Lequia son of Mr. j and Mrs. Fred Lequia. 1012 Fourth avenue south. Escanaba in a beautiful reretnony performed Saturday* morning. The wedding ceremony was performed by Rev. Fr. Ovid J. LaMothe at a nuptial high mass of Sacred Heart church, Munising. amid an altar decorated with gladioli. Music of the mass was provided by the adult choir with a solo, “Ava Maria” sung by Mrs. Evelyn Belfry, A matron and maid of honor and four bridesmaids attended the bride. They were: matron of honor: Mrs. Earl LaMothe: maid of honor: Miss Joan Putvin; bridesmaids Mrs. Frances Putvin: and the Misses Virginia Arsenault. Molly Depew and Pat Rousseau. Francis Putvin acted as best man and the ushers were: Robert Boyak, Earl LaMothe. William Bowerman, Ted Scholtes and Ted Brobner. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, John Stefanski. Roberta Ann Putvin acted as flower girl, and William Bowerman was ring bearer. Train bearers were: Jackielan LaMothe and Beverly Depew. The bride wore a white satin anri net gown with bridal train and carried orchid on a white satin prayer book. Her matron of honor was dressed in a light green mesh gown with matching calat trimmed with white chrysantheums. Carried a colonial bouquet of chrv- santheums and yellow roses. The maid of honor, Joan Putvin, wore a pink net gown and carried a colonial bouquet. Mrs. Frances Putvin, a bridesmaid, wore a blue net dress, Virginia Arsenault yellow chiffon, Molly Depew a dress of Blue print chiffon and Pat Rousseau wore a gown of pink taffeta. They all carried colonial bouquets. The flow'er girl was dressed in green taffeta and the train bearers ¿n yellow and pink taffeta. The ring bearer wore a white suit. A wedding breakfast was held at the home of the bride and a wedding dinner for 54 guests was served at the Beach Inn. The couple left on a wedding trip to Flint. Mich., and on their return will make their home in Escanaba. For her going away outfit the bride wore a mellon auit with black accessories. The bride attended Sacred Heart school and graduated from Mather high school class of 1943. The bridegroom is employed at the Bird’s Eye Veneer company in Escanaba. Out of town relatives attending he wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Tohn Lequia. grandparents of the bridegroom and Fred Lequia. the oridegroom’s father, all of Escanaba.

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  1. The Escanaba Daily Press,
  2. 15 Sep 1946, Sun,
  3. Page 10

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