Connie Lee Ogrodny Wedding Photo
l i a r y t o AFTIR CANADIAN HONEYMOON NEWLYWEDS LIV* I NO IN MOUNT PLEASANT ~ Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wrublesky (above) have returned from their wedding trip to Niagara Palls, Canada, and are now residing at 143 St. Clalr St., Mount Pleasant. Mr*. Wrublesky is the former Constance Lee Ogrodny, who WM reared by her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ttpper of 143 St. Clair St., Mount Pleasant. Her husband is the aon of Mrs. Paul Wrublesky of Richeyville and late Mr. Wrublesky. The Rev. Henry Brzuska officiated for the double ceremony which took place at 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, Augnst 24, in the Transfiguration R.C. Church, Mount Pleasant. Palms ferns and white gladioli decorated the church altar. The bride placed white carnations at the base of Blessed Mother akar. Given in marriage by her uncle, Leonard Tepper of Pittsburgh, the bride WM attended by her sister, Elaine Ann Ogrodny of Pittsburgh, as the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were the Miw*s Valerie nnd Msrjorie Tepper and Marcy Kurpiel. Lori Tepper was the flower girl. The bridegroom asked bis brother, Joseph Wrublesky of Monaca, to serve as his best man. Ushers were Wrublesky, Andrew Walsh and John Sosnak. Three hundred fifty gueata attended the reception-dinner in the Transfiguration School Hall. Music for dancing was provided by the Versatones of Chicago, 111. The bride I* prwenUy employed by Weatinghoute Electric Corp., Ymuifwood. Her husband Is employed as a graphic arts cameraman by the Pox Grocery Co., Belle Veraon.