Bunny Black Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Wilson Roberta Black Weds R. A. Wilson in Church Roberta Maryann Black, daughter of Mr. and Francis A. Black, 12 Birch St., and Robert Andrev Wilson, Spring Valley, Calif., son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, New York City, were married Sunday January 13. in the First Baptist Church by the F. Ballbach Jr., pastor. The church was decorated with palms and candelabra with gladlolil and chrysanthemums. The bride was gowned in white satin and chantllly lace with cathedral train and Victorian neckline, and carried white roses and stcphanills on a satin covered Bible. Her maid of honor was Roberta Humphry Gemmell, Oneonta RD 3, who wore a ballerina length dress of steel blue taffeta and carried a nosegay of yellow mums and baby orchids. Â· Â· Â· THE BRIDE'S mother wore a cinnamon sheath with beige accessories and pink baby roses, and the bridegroom's mother wore a dark brown suit with matching accessories, and also carried pink baby roses. A cousin of the bride, Russell Black Jr., 15 Pearl SU was best man. A reception for the family and wedding party was held at the bride's parent's home following the ceremony. Â· Â· * THE COUPLE left on a wedding trip to California, and will make their home in Lemon Grove, Calif. Mrs. Wilson is a 1956 graduate of Oneonta High School and attended Mildred Elley Secretarial School, Albany. Mr. Wilson is a 1951 graduate of Oneonta High School and attended Hartwick College. He Is employed as a designer at Convair, San Diego, Calif. Area Meets MOUNT VISION -- Lena Home Extension Unit with Mn. Warren Card. 12:30, Friday. Bring covered dish, table service, sandwiches. OTEGO -- Earnest Worken, 12, Thunday, with Mrs. Russell F. Hamilton; bring covered dish, table service; rolls furnished. MORRIS -- Annual meeting of Kenyon Free Library 3 p.m. Thursday In library. WEST DELHI--Youth Fellowship Group, dance at Delhi Grange, Friday, January 18, from 9 to 1. Refreshments to be sold. HARTWICK -- IOOF, 8, Thursday; Installation. WESTVILLE -- Westvlllc Grange, 8:15, Saturday; Third and Fourth degrees to be conferred on a class of 5. A special collection for the "March of Dimes" will be taken. Refreshments w i l l be All members b r i n g sandwiches. G ARR ATTSVILLE -- Presbyterian Missionary Society at Mrs. Julia Lasher, Thursday night. GARRATTSVILLE--Methodist Church meeting, Mrs. Myra Steel, 8, Jan. 21, to discuss survey work. HARTWICK -- Couples dub of Baptist Church at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Tunney, 8, Friday night. UNADILLA -- Oul e a n Grange, 8, January 18 in IOOF .