DENNIS FITZGERALD MARRIAGE 19 JUNE 1961 FREMONT,OHIO - Cmdlelighi Service Solemnizes Kilgusfilzgcrcdd...
Cmdlelighi Service Solemnizes Kilgusfilzgcrcdd Wedding A CANDLELIGHT service in Grace Brethren church marked the marriape of Miss Sharon Rose Kilg-us, Kilg-us, Kilg-us, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray A. Kilfrus, 1215 farhnn street, and Dennis Lee h itzjreraitl, son oi ur. and Mrs. Forest Fitzgerald, 613 Garden street. church Custom of open church pre vailed at the double ring ceremony Dn Saturday evening. Carl Reidling played the organ and arranged the elections, "Because" and "I Love You Truly," which James trigger sang. The Rev. Thomas E. Hammers Mficiated before an altar bedecked with white gladioli and carnations. The tapers were set in seven-branch seven-branch seven-branch candelabra. The setting was completed with palms. AS THE hour moved on to half after seven, the bride entered with her father. Alcncon lace over taffeta taffeta formed the bride's princess i 14, f . . Mrs. Dennis Fitzgerald rtyle gown. Vernicelli seed pearls re-echoed re-echoed re-echoed the lines of a Sabrina neckline. Long sleeves tapered at her wrists and tiny satin buttons adorned the back of the gown. The scalloped tiered skirt was extremely bouffant. A miniature queen's crown of lace and pearls bejeweled with sequins secured the bride's waist length bouffant veil. Yellow sweetheart sweetheart roses nestled among white feathered mums m her .cascade bouquet. Short sleeves and a V-neckline V-neckline V-neckline designed the street length gown which the maid of honor, Miss Sue Giesler,' wore at her cousin's wedding. .Made of white nylon sheer over mint green taffeta, the side and back of the gown was styled with full dropped torso skirt banded with floral schiffli embroidery which was repeated on the how and streamers at the back. Her crown was of matching miniature flowers and seed pearls finished with a circular veil. She carried a colonial bouquet of pink carnations and ivy. PALE YELLOW taffeta underscored underscored the identical gowns of bridesmaids. Mrs, J. Kaser and Joanne and Sheila Fitzgerald, sisters of the groom. Their bouquets bouquets were of yellow carnations and ivy. H. Earl Dundore, Dale Weih-rouch Weih-rouch Weih-rouch and Fred Fitzgerald, brother brother of the groom, were ushers. Duties of best man were handled bv John Schaaf. White accessories complemented the turquoise chiffon dress and turqnoise shoes which Mrs. Kilgus selected. At her shoulder was a corsage of white sweetheart roses matching the corsage worn by Mrs. Fitzgerald on her green silk shantung and lace sheath. Matcn-ing Matcn-ing Matcn-ing color shoes and bone accessories accessories completed her ensemble. After the wedding, the newly married pair greeted 300 guests at a reception at the Izaak Walton League clubhouse. The bride's table was covered with a white net cloth trimmed with yellow and green bows. The setting included white tapers and a centerpiece of white gladioli and yellow carnations. carnations. Miss Suzanne Babione and Mrs. F. Machan were hostesses. The bride's book was in charge of Linda Boyer. Now on a honeymoon of the New England states, the pair will live at 534 south Taft avenue after June 24. The bride's lavender and white two-piece two-piece two-piece suit was accented with white and the flowers from her bouquet. Both Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald graduated from Ross high school. She is a secretary at Croghan Colonial bank. The groom is with Brush Beryllium, Elmore. V. Smith Reunion Annual Valentine Smith reunion was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hilary Smith, Kings- Kings- way. Games were played throughout the afternoon following a potluck dinner at noon. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Smith and family of Clarksfield, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daniels and daughter, New London; London; Mr. and Mrs. John Gonya

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  1. The News-Messenger,
  2. 19 Jun 1961, Mon,
  3. Page 6

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