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Thursday, August 23, 1950
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Mrs. Mary L. Cannon of 13007
Forest Hill ave. announces the
marriage of her daughter, Helen
Rita, to Mr. James Lawrence Con
fal of Inglewood, California. The
wedding took place at 9 a. m.
Saturday, AugUst 18th, in St.
Thomas’ Church, Los Angeles, Cal.
Sprosty-Widlitz
When Don Wayne Sprosty re
turns to Denison University as a
senior in September he will be ac
companied by his bride, the former
Susan Faye Widlitx, daughter of
Mrs. William F. Widlitz of 1740
Page ave.
The couple were married in
Forest Hill Presbyterian Church
Saturday, August 18th at a 7:30
ceremony by the Rev. Bradford N.
Pusey, minister of the Fairmount
Presbyterian Church. The altar
vases were filled with flowers and
candelabra graced either side of
the altar.
Mr. Kenneth Widlitz, uncle of
the bride gave her in marriage.
She was wearing a lovely summer
bridal gown in white embroidered
organdy having a v neck front
and back, tiny sleeves and a floor
length skirt with a bustle effect.
Ruffles fell from the hips into a
train. Her tulle fingertip veil was
attached to a seed pearl crown.
She carired a cascade of white
orchids with stephanotis.
The bride’s attendants wore
gowns of dusty pink taffeta in
street length, full skirted. The
neckline had a V back marked
with a bow having hem length
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honor, carried white carnations
with bachelor buttons. Miss Lynne
Widlitz and Miss June Stearns,
bridesmaids, carried white carna
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lane Sprosty was the flower girl.
The best man was Lawrence F.
Sprosty. Ushering were Allan E.
Sprosty, Daniel F. Buck of Col
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The reception was held at the
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o’clock Saturday afternoon,
gust 18th, the Rev. Father Horst
read the nuptial ceremony in
which Susan Jane Deason and H.
Allan Lynn pledged their mar
riage vows.
The bride, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Deason of 15140
Elderwood ave., was escorted to
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with lace applique, edged with
net. The sleeves were long. A
Juliet cap held her fingertip veil
of illusion. She carried a cascade
bouquet of white roses showered
with ivy.
In the bridal party as maid of
honor was Miss Betsy Townsend
while Miss Julie Hatch and Miss
Shirley Mack were the brides
maids. Their princess gowns were
of crystalette in cocktail length
and with them they wore white
eyelet picture hats and carried
baskets of yellow flowers with ivy
sprays. Miss Townsend was in
lavender and Miss Hatch and Miss
Mack in seafoam green.
Mr. Donald Mack was best man
for Mr. Lynn whose parents are
Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Lynn of
10101 Foster ave., Bratenahl.
Ushering were Mr. Thomas A.
Greenland and Mr. James Cappel
letti.
A reception was held in Brainard
Hall, Lyndhurst, and the couple
are honeymooning at Vacation
Valley at Echo Lake in the Pocono
Mountains. On their return they
will reside at 1731 Wymore ave. i
Mrs. Deason, mother of the
bride had chosen an old rose lace
dress while Mrs. Lynn, the groom’s
mother also had a lace gown in
cocoa brown. Both had white
orchid corsages.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Lynn were
graduated from Shaw High School,
the bride going on to Bowling
Green State University, and the
groom to John Carroll University,
where he is a member of Alpha
Kappa Psi, national business fra
ternity.
Kunzman-Wible
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friends through their grade, high
school and college days were to
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Soloist for the sacred rites
was the Rev. Fr. Jerome O’Hara,
pastor of St. Paul’s Shrine. A close
friend of the bride’s family, Mrs.
L. N. Schostek was at the organ.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James Frederick
Wible, former East Clevelanders
now residing at 1857 Willowhurst
rd. S. E. As an accessory she car
ried a point lace handkerchief made
by her paternal grandmother, Mrs.
E. F. Wible of Dover, Ohio, and
carried
ago.
by her as a bride 55 years
groom was attended by
Poley as best man. The
were his brothers-in-law,
Rucker and Ronald Fraier
The
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Ronald
and Robert Zizelman.
The wedding breakfast was
served at the Manakiki Country
Club and the couple are honey
mooning at Cape Cod.
The bride attended Notre Dame
Academy and was graduated this
June from Notre Dame College.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Joseph Kunz
man, 1008 Pennfield rd., Cleveland
Heights. He attended Case Insti
tute of Technology.
Sf. Aloyisus
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The weather and the St. Aloy
sius big parish Lawn Fete were
the main topic of discussion when
the new Pastor and officers of
parish organizations met the past
weekend.
Directing the activities for the
Lawn Fete is Thomas Rockford
with an all-volunteer committee
eager to help raise funds to reduce
the parish debts.
The four-day Lawn Fete opens
on Friday and continues through
Monday night when a sparkling
new hardtop Cadillac rolls into the
spotlight.
Friday’s feature will be a Fish
Fry served in the new “Coconut
Grove’’ Restaurant better known
aa the CYO Hall. Serving will
start at 6 p. m.
Various concession stands will
offer fun and entertainment with
a selection of rides for the chil
dren also on the grounds at East
110th st. and St. Clair.
Sunday afternoon a special Chil
dren’s Bicycle Parade has been
scheduled. All children between
the ages of three and sixteen are
invited to decorate their bikes and
meet at the A & parking lot
at East 127th and Shaw at 1 p. m.
Sunday. The parade, escorted by
motor cycle police, will travel from
East 131st to East 99th and then
back to the front lawn of St. Aloy
sius. Here Msgr. Murphy will bless
all bicycles and then each partici
pant will be presented a St. Chris
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