Politis-Alexander wedding 1930
is In of to Politie-Alexander Politie-Alexander Politie-Alexander The marriage of Miss Margaret Alexander, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Alexander of Luzerne, and Peter Foiltls of North Franklin street, took place last evening at Hotel Sterling. Rev. Vournakls, of the Greek -Orthodox -Orthodox Church, per lormea tne ceremony before an embankment of lilies and palms and an assemblage of guests that filled the ballroom. The matron of honor was .Mrs. Peter Mallious. of this city, a cousin or tne bride. The bridesmaids, also cousins of the bride, - were Miss Olga Kaldes and Miss Fanny Pap- Pap- pas, Scranton; Miss Pauline Dukas and Miss Pauline Marines, Ed wardsvllle, and Miss Demetra. and Miss Elpenikl Diamond of Nantl coke. Mr. Poulltls had Harry Johns as his best man. Ushers were Louis Marlnos, Peter Marlnos and James Steliotes. Takls Alexander, little brother of the bride, was ring bearer. . Flower girls were Emily and Zoe Steliotes. The bride, who ' was given in marriage by her father, wpre a gown of eggshell satin fashioned with a -form -form -fitting -fitting bodice, long sleeves and an extremely full skirt which was ankle length all around and formed a brief train in back. Her veil of tulle was arranged on a cap and held in place with sprays of orange blossoms. She carried an arm bouquet of calla lilies. The bridesmaids wore gowns similarly designed. Mrs. Mallious wore beige taffeta. The first two bridesmaids wore gold taffeta, the second two -wore -wore ngni peach and tnetnira group were gowned sunset shade. Thev wore Ions- Ions- whlta gloves and carried flowers tinted to match their gowns. The .flower girls wore dresses of eggshell crepe ue cnine ana carried pink roses. A reception and dinner was given at the Sterling to about 850 guests, following which the couple left for ew xorK city. They will return about February 16 and will make their temporary home at Hotel sterling.- sterling.- ' Mr. Politis is proprietor of the Blue Bird Candy shop on Public Square, Mrs. Politis has been organist at the Kingston theatre.