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Lowville leader and Lyons-Leyden ledger. (Lowville, N.Y.) 1953-19??, March 11, 1954, Image 3

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THURSDAY, MARCH 11,1954 LOWVILLE LEADER — PAGE THREE 1 :-**- intlte of women Donald Dekin, Deer River, was best man. Ushers vicie L>nn Gor- don, Phillip Swoicdot-ki and Jesse | Schantz. I A reception was held at the IVnm.irk <i..in:v Hal!. .11 :-• • i• which ''if <••<> ;;>.i- H-:; mi . 1 -.wiliiuif; ti i;i to Ni.'i.y.iru Kiill.s, New York. Upon their return they will live in Dvvi River until tin- groom leaves lor the service un March 17. The bride is a graduate from ( Lowville Academy in 1953. The bridegromm is a graduate of West 1 Carthage High School, class of li)32. He is empioxed at the Si. A'MUr CWMIIJH^M \\ llDDiXU. from lei't to tight, seated, bndesimvids Miss -JSancy Kelly arid Miss Carol. ..Rylj.bius, staaidiiig, Phillip.. Swt'i-edoski,. usher,. Doiuild Dekiii,Jiest man, groopi and bride, >li\ss' Frances laraski, • maid of lionor, Jesse Sdiantz, uslieivMiss Dorufliy JMatu- Vzak, bvidesniaid and Lyn Cordon, usher Photo by Scliaiitz Veronica Sweredoskl Becomes Bride Of it: Dotidas Bobbins in Houseyille Rites {Engaged to-Wed- -.!••• ,|- .. . ;G..:O.:.-. . •:•..• I-!' ; Mr. arid Mrs, Edward Moody, .' 1 Lowville RD 2, \have announced i the e'ngagment of their daughter, I Barbara Jean, to Douglas A. Cobb, 1 -en .-if 5l.-.' Hid M'r's George Cobb. j Lowville, KD. 1...... .•-.•;••\- .. • -| ' Miss'Moody was graduated from' Low. .Ik- Academy ui l'J3U,and is The Housevilie Catholic church was the.setting for the marriage, Saturday February 27, of Miss Veiomca R Sweredoskl, daughter of Mi and Mia John Sweiedoski, Lowville, to Douglas Frank Rob- bins, son of Mrs Asa Gordon, of Deer River and the late Lionel W Robbms, Theresa, N Y. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride wore a gown of lace and net with a waltz length skirt featunng lace inseits Her illusion veil was held to a half crown bonnet and she carried a cascade of white roses Miss Frances.Tarasek attended ! the bride as maid of honor and wore a gown of pink taffeta with a shouldei stole She carried a basket of mixed floweis Junioi 'budesmaid was Miss Carol>n Swei i edoski, sister of the bride Hei 'gown was ballerina length and. I pink taffeta Bi idesmaids w ei e j Miss Nancy Kelly, gowned m yel- 1 low taffeta and net, Miss Dorothy Matuszak wearing blue net and Miss Caiol Robbins, sistei ol the groom in nile gieen net and taf- feta They camel baskets of mix- ed flowers attended Lowville' Ac- ' ademy and is employ ed bj Hall ' 10 IS Engaged 'en fii. . f* 1»J£S. M^Lfl- (.. \KIiI.S the lo/- j mer Sally Ann v irkler, who was ' martied in St. Peter's February 27. j Complete w eflding story in last week's Leader -Photo by Schant/ S -JSTxLli EA3TER*\ Mr and Mrs Russell Duflo, 14 Highland avenue, have announced th <? engagement of their daughter, Rita Margaret to Joseph M Xoodj son Oi Mi and Mis, Jos- ypn Noodj-, New .Bit-men Miss Dutlo vias graduated trom LoCvviFe \cadcmy in 1953 and is 1 employed at tne Lewis County Geneial Hospital Mr Noodj- attended Father Leo Memorial school, Cioghan, and is employed b> Latex Fiber Indus- tnes Inc, Beavei Falls FOR RKSTJLTS THAT TIN KI ING TO THE I1U YOU CAN HAVE A WONDERFULLY HAPPY .^ih v'Vi DAY! —BY MEETING ^OUR FRIENDS AT THE CROSSROADS St. Patrick's Party March 17th STANTON VOLLMER AT THE PIANO— Innkeepers — Kelly and 0'Frank EVERY j Saturday f NIGHT t — at the — Hitching Post in Watson • DINNERS • LUNCHES • LEGAL BEVERAGES Dancing On March 17th Plan Your St. Patrick's \Party for Fun at the Hitching Post Barbara Clark, Fritz Parker Made oeen )! The annual Sophomore Sweet- , heart Ball was held February 27, . in the LACS gym Music for dan- 1 cmg was provided by the Meltones I or Boonville The gym was decorated very ap- piopriately with red hearts on the walls and festooning multicolored streameis hanging from the ceil- ing. Prior to intermission, the tradi- tional ceremony of crowning the king and queen was performed The high school elected the royal- ty by secret ballot Barbara Clark was crowned queen and Fritz Park er was ci owned king Attending them were Jane Zehr, Josephine Bailey, Beverly Rogers, Nancy Kel- ly, 'Carol Chartrand, Kathleen Bu- flo, Rosemary Countryman and Frances Stevens The girls ere es- courted by George OEQlpatnck, Gary Mclntyre, Edgar Fitzgerald, Noel Day, Bill Grunert, John Lormore, Eddie Powers and 'Gary Jadwm. BABY'S PLATES' HIVER To keep our platers busy between seasons, we are reducing prices of eyery mounted style in fhe famous Bron-Shoe line (bookends, ashtrays, portrait stands, desk sets, bud vases, etc) as foljows. BRONZE-PLATED 10% OFF SILVER-PLATED 50% [OFF COLD-PLATED 20% OFF Don'* pass up this money-saving opportunity to give your lovea ones \the gift with the lasting thrill\... baby's very own shoes gorgeously preserved forever in solid metal. Bring your baby's in tomorrow sure. * Warning- Do not c-onfnse the Zenutnf, Bion Shoe Solid Metal Process with mjdnor synthetic imitations sold through the mail. Available only through established retailers , . . Bron-Shoe is guar- anteed forever. Hurd's Studio SHADY AVE. PHONE 158

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