Branyan.H.E. K wedding newsclipping/attached to tree
Mrs. Harvey Edgar Branyan (Lens Art) Kathleen Cascioli weds in Roseto Banger -- Miss Kathleen Joan Cascioli, daughter of Hr. and Mrs. John A. Cascioli of 525 Columbia Ave., Bangor was married on Saturday at 11 a.m. In the Roseto Presbyterian Church to Harvey Edgar Branyan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar A. Branyan of 124 Altoona Ave., Enola. Rev. Charles Parsons performed the ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an empire gown of white peau de sole with a chapel train. Lace flowers embroidered on the dress were accented with pearls. Her lace floral crown was embroidered with pearls and rhinestones. She carried a cascade bouquet of white orchids, roses and itephanotis. Mrs. Elizabeth Wagner of Durham, N.C., was matron of honor. She wore a royal blue empire gown with contrasting 4.L-_ !,__ _ x _ . _ bow headpiece and carried pet- 'flan Treatment al pink roses and carnations. The bridesmaids, Mrs. Judy Heck, Mechanicsburg; Miss Dana Branyan and the junior bridesmaid, Miss Keli Branyan, both sisters of the bridegroom, wore horizon blue empire gowns and carried petal pink roses and carnations. Paula Cascioli, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Cascioli of Easton, was flower girl and wore a miniature Version of the bridesmaids' costume. Evan B. Wyatt of Rainbow Lakes, N.J. was best man. Ushers were William Stephens of Allentown and John Baines of Mansfield. Junior usher was Bruce Ronco of Bangor, cousin of the bride. Mrs. Marie Policelli was organist and Joseph Zappo Jr. was soloist. After a reception at Pocono Manor Inn, the newlyweds left for a honeymoon in Ocho Rios, Jamaica. They will live al 19 Ransberry Ave., East Stroudsburg. The bride is a second grade teacher at the Bushkill Elementary School. She was graduated from Bangor High School, and both she and her husband are graduates of East Stroudsburg State College. He is also a graduate of East Pennsboro High School. Urge to write better Delaware Water Gap -- Sometimes the urge to express oneself can overcome tremendous obstacles. Louise Brandly, who operates Louise's Hofbrau in the Delaware Water Gap, uses her sister as-an example. Mrs. Marie Fitzgerald became paralyzed in her right side from the shock of her son's death in a crop duster plane crash, she said, and four years' treatment at therapy centers got nowhere. But the desire to write stories for her own pleasure led Mrs. Fitzgerald to teach herself to write with her left hand.