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zorn wedding - i«fa«I* Colorado spring. A Slimans wed at...
i«fa«I* Colorado spring. A Slimans wed at Grand Gorge GRAND GORGE Helen Louise Tepfer became the bride of Zora John Sliman September » at the Methodist Church. The Rev. Dr. Philip S. Walters officiated wiih Mrs. Stanton Harper of W e s t Fultonham as organist. The bride's parents are Lr. and Mrs. Gustave A. Tepfer. Grand Gorge. The groom is the son of Mrs. Corine Itanies, Alexandria, La. Dr. Tepfer escorted h i s daughter to the altar. She wore a gown of white peau de sole, enriched with recmbroidcred alencon lace in a rose pattern. The fitted bodice was designed with a jewel neckline and featured a lace yoke frosted with pearls. Matching lace banded the hem of the A-linc skirt. A lace b o r d e r e d detachable train completed the bride's gown. A headpiece of lace and peau de sole petals highlighted with pearls and crystals held her silk illusion veil. She carried a bouquet of orchids and mums. Mrs. Kdward .1. Blakeslec. College Park, Md. was matron of honor for her sister. She wore a two-tone empire gown of Jakarta and crepe. The bodice was of turqoise and the slim A-line skirt was of aqua crepe. Her headpiece was a Doir bow and she carried a bouquet of yellow and white mums and baby's breath. Identically gowned in yellow were bridesmaids Miss Patricia R. Opp-Dunn of Loring, Va., Miss Linda Kolts of Arlington, Va. ahd Miss Sheree Blakeslee of Grand Gorge, j u n i o r bridesmaid. They c a r r i e d bouquets of yellow and white mums and baby's breath. Edward J. Blakeslee,: College Park, was best man. Ushers were Walter Micha, Prattsville, brother - in - law nf the bride; Lawrence J. Tepfer, Stamford, Conn., and DKAR boxed teed today 1 but the boiling onion By done to in add to bit mix, more to rest I is I - I of Stanton B. Tepfer, junior usher, both brothers of the bride. A dinner and reception was held for 110 guests at Kass' Inn, Margaretvillc. Mr. and Mrs. Sliman travelled to Louisiana where they will visit his family and continue to Colorado Springs, Col. where Real life stories carry conviction Mrs. Zorn J. Sliman (Pheto by Norman's) the newlyweds will make their homo. Mrs. Sliman was graduated from Grand Gorge Central School and Elmira College. She was employed before h e r marriage by tlic R e s e a Analysis Corp., McLean, Va. Her husband was graduated from Botton High S c h o o (Alexandria, La.,) and attended Louisiana State. He recently completed a four .- y e . a enlistment in the U.S. Army Security Agency and w i l l continue his education at the University of Colorado, the put to on. as

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  1. The Oneonta Star,
  2. 21 Sep 1967, Thu,
  3. Page 14

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