Wednesday, January 1, 1890
Barnard-Pierce. At the residence of Mortimer L. Smith on the 31 inst. by the Rev. Wm. H. Davis. Frances Holmes Barnard to Charles Sumner Pierce, of Oscoda, Mich.
Thursday, October 20, 1955
Honeymooning in Florida are Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester John Jaskowiak (Catherine Theresa MacDonald) of Woodingham Drive. They were married Oct. 15 in Gesu Church. The bride is the daughter of Roderick MacDonald, of Nova Scotia. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Jaskowiak, of Georgia Avenue.
Janet Lynn Sell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Ernest Sell, of Leslie Ave., and Charles Randolph, of Boston Blvd., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer Schwarz, of New York, were married Oct. 11 in Congregation Shaarey Zedek. The couple is honeymooning in Europe.
On Oct. 15, Helen Mary Quinkert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin G. Quinkert, of Yorkshire Road, became the bride of Burton Paul Dennison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dennison, of Milner Road. The pair was married in St. Mathew Church.
Hoineymooning in Nassau are Mr. and Mrs. James A. McKenna (Doris Reed). The couple was married Oct. 13 in Birmingham Congregational Church. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. H. Burton Reed, of Birmingham, and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. W. K. McKenna, and the late Mr. McKenna.
Jane Elizabeth Carr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John James Carr, of Bloomfield Hills, became the bride of Salvatore F. Zappia, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zappia, of Richton Ave., on Oct.8 in St. Hugo of the Hills Church.
Barbara Felecie Bettet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander C. Bellet, of Hazel Park, and John E. Skipper, of Fairview Ave., son of Clinton Skipper and Mrs. Charles Kaakee, were married Oct. 8 in St.Rose of Lima Church.
Mary Elizabeth Bullard, daughter of Mrs.George Newton Bullard, of Nashville, Tenn, and the late Mr. Bullard, and James Ralph Stadler, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Lewis Stadler, of Grosse Ile, were married Oct. 8 in Nashville.
Joann C. Pulte, daughter oif Mr. and Mrs. Anton Pulte, of Oakman Blvd., and William Pilchak, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pilchak, of Navy Street, were married Oct. 1, in St. Alphonsus Church in Dearborn.
Helena Stephanie Robek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Robek, of Dearborn, and Franklin Philip Sheridan, of Pearl Street, were married Oct. 8, in Assumption Church.
Thursday, October 20, 1955
MISS SEYBURN IS MARRIED IN EVENING
Bluish pink satin gowned Joan Adrienne Seyburn for her marriage to Alvin Gendelman Wednesday evening in Congregation Shaarey Zedek.
Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. George Seyburn, of Wildemere Ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gendelman, of Fairfield Ave.
Point de Venise lace edged the empire neckline, long sleeves and cathedral train of the bride's gown. A crown of lace and pearls held her three-teired veil, and she carried a family prayer book with a cascade of orchids, stephanotis and ivy.
Her attendants wore ballerina length frocks of orchid pink taffeta. Mrs. Fred Kaye was her sister's matron of honor. Mrs. Donald Sucher, the bridegroom's sister; Phyllis Altman, Sue Mann, Marilyn Kates, Valerie Spector, Barbara Ross, Diane Clark and Gail Gans were bridesmaids.
Mr. Sucher was best man. Ushers were Mr. Kaye, Bruce Seyburn, the bride's brother; Robert Sosnick, Robert Siegel, Jerome Halperin, Richard Modell, Marvin Sakat, Alan Luckoff, Steve Victoir and Sam Frankenstein.
Saturday, October 15, 1955
ROBERT KUHN WEDS CAROLINE WHITE
Caroline White and Robert A. Kuhn, were married at 5 o'clock Friday afternoon in the Edgemere Road home of the bride's mother, Mrs. C. Hemmeter White.
The wedding, at which the Rev. Dr. Frank Fitt, of Grosse Pointe Memorial Church, officiated, was very small. A dinner followed.
The former Miss White wor a full-skirted princess dress of Carnagie blue peau de soie. Small bows marked the extended waistline. Her flowers were white orchids.
Her only attrendant was her sister, Mrs. Jack Tootie, who arrived Tuesday with her husband and their daughter, Kathy, from their home in St. Joseph, Mo. Mrs. Tootie was gowned in cafe-au0lait peau de soie.
''Frank Kuhn was his brother's best man. They are the sons of Mrs. Robert A. Kuhn, of Lake Shore Road, and the late Mr. Kuhn.
The newlyweds flew to New York and will spend two weeks motoring in the East. They will live on Grand Marais Blvd.
Marjorie Ann Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ovid M. Smith, of Patton Ave., became the bride of Howard D. Beebe, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beebe, of Manor Ave., on Friday in Bethany Baptist Church.
Sunday, October 16, 1955
Alice Hovnanian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aram Hovnanian, of Cloverlawn Ave., and Harry Terzian, son of Mrs. Gadar Terzian, of Lincoln Ave., were married Saturday in St. John's Armenian Apostilic Church.
Elizabeth Josephine Scott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Scott, of Grandville Road, and Norman Robert Allaire, son oif Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Allaire, of Ferndale, were married Saturday in St. Gerard Church.
Patricia Stabnick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Stabnick, of Santa Rpsa Ave., and John D. Greiner, son of Joseph Grenier, of Windmill Pointe Drive, and the late Mrs. Greiner, were married Saturday of Gesu Church.
Frances Wallon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Wallon, of Proctor Ave., and Stanley John Murawa, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Murawa, of Frederick Ave., were married Saturday in St. Andrew Church.
Julie Beth Crandall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carleton C. Crandall, of PLeasant Ridge, and Bernard A. Foskett, of Los Angeles, Calif., son of Mr. and Mrs. H.E. Foskett, of Compton, Calif., were married Saturday in Mayflower Congregational Church.
BERMUDA HONEYMOON DESTINATION
Traveling to Bermuda on their honeymoon are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Felts (Mary Margaret Wiesler). They were married at noon on Saturday in St. Higo of the Hills Church in Bloomfield. A reception followed at the bloomfield Hills Country Club.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Norbert H. Wiesler, of Glenhurst Ave. Mr. Felts is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Feltz of East Rochester, N.Y.
Mary Josephine wiesler was the maid of honor and Mrs. Richard D. Halpin the maytron of honor. Bruce Davey, of East Rochester, served as best man and guests were seated by David W. Gilchrist, Kenneth Fucho, Richard D. Halpin and John Lazer, Kenneth Smythe, and Louis Alexander, the latter three of East Rochester.
For her wedding the bride wore an antiques ivory satin gown appliqued with lace and seed pearls.
After their honeymoon the couple will live in the Graefield Terrace in Birmingham.