WilliamYonkovitchWeds13May1954

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WilliamYonkovitchWeds13May1954 - was held in the Tall Cedars tin, wore a floor...
was held in the Tall Cedars tin, wore a floor length gown of erved a, be; t man and usher- Terr.ple, Spring City, with 150 ^vhite nylon net over orrhid taf- v.rre Richard Knoile and Millie Jo-guests present. Later in the day feta The straplc, boilice wa^ Dpni-.p boih of Mr and Mrs. I/ewis left for a two covered with a net stole and the ’ weeks’ honeymoon trip to Florida, tiered skirt accented at the wai-^t- i’arent of the bndf’ ¡rr Mr. and line with a .satin cummerbund Mr.. Andrru' Mitchrll, Reading, I!;'''*’''; . .... , >i„. i^wls, a graduate of City High school In the class of 1911, has been eni* ployed at the Apex Hosiery company in Spring (*ity. Mr. I-ewis is a chief petty officer in the Navy, having served for It years. He is presently stationed in Washington, I). C. For traveling the bride chose a skipper blue .suit with red and white acces>ories and an orchid » corsat;e. ■ Follossing the wedding rehearsal I members of the wedding party Her headdre was a flowered Mr. Ycmkovitch I the .on of Mrs. urcath of orchid tulle She earned John Yonkovitch, 2i-? North York a bouquet of rces and white car- .freet nations. Bridesmaids, Rose Turrano, Nesquehoning, and Ruth Verger, Boyertown, wore gowns of white and mint green styled identical to that of the maid of honor. Robert (’alvano, Pott.toun. home v „^- kovitci 1 _ MIT( IIF.I.I. Morning nuptials in Saints Cyril and Methodius Roman Catholic church. Heading, united in mar- riaKe Uniise Mitchell. Reading, and S“;!;r,^, i„ marriase by her father. bride chose a gown of Chantilly and nylon tulle over whitr designed with long tapered es and a fitted bodice. The sion yoke and a small collar were trimmed with pearls and sequins. i Cascades of tiers over underskirts of tulle, net and satin swept into a cathedral train. Her veil of imported silk illusion fell from a hat frosted with pleated tulle and trimmed with flowers. She carried an old fashioned bouquet of white orchids and roses. Maid of honor, Margaret Cur- A rccrption for 200 puc u in thr I’oli h American < itizrns a >oc; ation follovvf'd thf» nuptials, Mr«: Mitchell, mother of ihf* bridc' vvorr a light blue Kjjk Hhnntun^f drf’ trim mod wjth pearl. Blush pink acrrs iori.^ ;m:l a ror'a^c of f(unllnurd on p.i?»* rikrrft ) HIKi LIAN Fill your frceiecr . . . her« at UNITED FOOD frozen foods—top quality Just feait your eyes on

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  1. The Mercury,
  2. 13 May 1954, Thu,
  3. Page 19

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