Clipped From Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, The Evening News
Church Bride if A- ., - . T 51 IliaiiipiiliiiBiiili iipilliflipiiiiiliilll Miss Amelia L. Moscatelli. above. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nazareth Moscatelli. 2 Bryden street. Pitts ton, and Joseph T. Yovish, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Yovish, were married June 14, by Kev. Paul Pavese at a ceremony in St. Rocco's Church. Rose Moscatelli, a cousin of the bride, was maid of honor, and Nancy Pocceschi was bridesmaid. Robert Moscatelli, a brother of the bride, was best man. and John Gubino and Robert McCawley of , Browntown, were ushers. Hie bride wore a white gown of lace and marquisette, with a sweet heart neckline and long sleeves, with a bodice and poplum of lace. Her full skirt, ending in a long train, was of fine marquisette. Her fingertip veil of illusion mordered with wide lace was draped from a halo of net and lace. The maid of honor wore an orchid marquisette gown with bertha collar and carried a spray of roses and baby breath. She wore a tiara of fresh roses. The bridesmaid wore a light green gown and carried a spray, of roses and baby breath, and wore a tiara f fresh roses. The bridegroom was in the armed service for three years, having spent 27 months of that time in the Pacific theatre. After a honeymoon In eNw York, the couple will establish residence in Phoenix, Arizona.