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|From the McDonald, PA Record-Outlook newspaper of Nov.
26, 1937, page unknown:
MARLEY - KANACHNE
Miss Anna KANACHNE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John KANACHNE of Muse, and
Mr. Joseph MARLEY, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph MARLEY of McDonald R.D. [Pa]
were united in marriage with nuptial high mass at 11:30 o'clock Saturday
morning November 20, 1937, in the Greek Catholic church, Canonsburg [Pa]. The
ceremony was performed by the pastor, the Rev. Nicholas T. ELKO, before an altar embankment of palms and ferns in the presence of approximately
The bride wore a gown of white velvet and veil with matching accessories,
and carried a shower bouquet of white roses and lilies-of-the-alley.
Miss Mary GRAYTOK of Canonsburg, maid of honor, wore red velvet and carried
red roses, and Miss Josephine DURALL of Pittsburgh [Pa], bridesmaid, wore blue
velvet and carried pink roses. Mrs. Wasil PANCHURA was matron of honor.
Michael KANACHNE, brother of the bride was best man, and Michael LEVCOLUGE
of Cecil[Pa], ushered.
Following the ceremony a reception was held in the home of the bride's parents, and in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John PETIKA, Mrs. PETIKA being
a twin sister of the bride. About 200 guests attended the reception.
[ Joseph MARLEY to Anna Kanachne, 20 Nov 1937 ]
|From the McDonald, PA Record-Outlook newspaper of
Nov. 13, 1942, page unknown:
MARLIER - BLAKE
Miss Mary G. BLAKE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. R. BLAKE of East Liverpool, Ohio, and James Edward MARLIER, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. E. MARLIER of Follansbee,
W.Va., were united in marriage Friday evening, November 6, 1942, in St. Stephen's Episcopal church, East Liverpool, in the presence of members of the immediate
families and close friends. The Rev. R. K. CAULK, rector of the church, performed the single ring ceremony.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a poudre blue ensemble with a small hat and shoulder veil of the same shade. Her corsage was of orchids. Miss Betty
PATTERSON, the maid of honor, wore beige crepe with brown accessories and a shoulder corsage of orchids. Ensign John W. SANT served as
Immediately following the ceremony, a reception for relatives and friends was held in the East Liverpool Country club. Later Mr. and Mrs. MARLIER left for a brief trip to
Mrs. MARLIER graduated from East Liverpool high school in 1938 and attended Ohio Wesleyan college.
Mr. MARLIER graduated from Follansbee high in 1938 and is a senior at Carnegie Industrial School of Technology. He will graduate December 20 from the department of
metallurgical engineers. Upon graduation he will take officer's training with the U.S. navy. He is a member of the Beta Theta Pi, the American Society of Metals, and
the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers. Mrs. MARLIER will remain with her parents for the duration.
Among the guests attending the wedding were Will T. BLAKE of Columbus, Mr. and Mrs. V. E. MARLIER, Mr. and Mrs. V.M. CHAMBON, Mrs. Albert JAMES, and Miss
Kathleen JAMES of Follansbee, W.V., Cyril JAMES of Steubenville, and Webster N. JONES of Pittsburgh.
James MARLIER is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. V. F. MARLIER of McDonald.
[ James Edward MARLIER to Mary G. Blake, 6 Nov 1942 ]
*Always check marriage returns to see if an engagement
resulted in marriage.
|From the McDonald, PA Record newspaper of Nov.
Leigh L. CRUMMY........McDonald
Charles W. Brabson.....Midway
[ Clement MARMAGIN to Helen Tennyson in 11-27-1914 newspaper -
license - see Helen THOMPSON ]
[ Clement MARMAGIN to Helen Thompson, no date, in 12-4-1914 paper
|From The McDonald, PA Record newspaper of 4 December 1914,
MARMAGIN - THOMPSON
Married at St. Patrick's Church Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock by the Rev. Father D. J. COX, Miss Helen THOMPSON and Clement
|From the McDonald, PA Record-Outlook newspaper of Aug.
11, 1939, page unknown:
MAROLEY - BLACK
Miss Maude Mae BLACK, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde M. BLACK of
Sturgeon [Pa], and Mr. Stanley Anthony MAROLEY, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
MAROLEY of Morgan [Pa], were united in marriage at 10:35 o'clock Wednesday
morning, August 2, 1939, in the Dormont [Pa] Lutheran church, the Rev.
J. Bernard SAUSE officiating.
The bride was gowned in white crepe and wore a turban trimmed with white flowers, from which fell a white veil. She wore a corsage of
red roses and lilies of the valley. The bridesmaid, Miss Florence BENNETT of
Sturgeon [Pa], was gowned in blue crepe trimmed in white lace and wore a white picture hat. Her corsage was of tea roses. Mr. Rudolph
DROBNE of Sygan [Pa] served as bestman. Following the ceremony, a reception
was held in the bride's home with nine seated at her table. The young couple returned Tuesday from a wedding trip to Detroit
[Mi] and will reside in Sturgeon [Pa].
Both Mr. and Mrs. MAROLEY attended the South Fayette high school [sic]. Mr.
MAROLEY is employed by the Flannery Bolt Co. in Bridgeville [Pa].
Present at the ceremony besides members of the immediate families were Mr. and Mrs. Harry WEISE of Dormont, Mr. and Mrs. Roy MOSTI, Mrs. Mary
PUSTOVER and son Paul, and John MAROLEY, Jr., all of Morgan [Pa], Mr. and
Mrs. Edward ORCUTT of Cecil, and Mrs. Thomas BENNETT, Mrs. Ray BOOCKS, Miss Carmen SCHEERS, and Miss Dorothy COLLINS, all of
[ Stanley Anthony MAROLEY to Maude Mae Black, 2 Aug 1939 ] maroley_black_08-11-1939-r-o
||From the McDonald, PA Record ~or~ Outlook newspaper of
Oct. 10, 1924, page unknown:
McCARTNEY - MARPLE
[ MARPLE is the Groom. ]
Mrs. Margaret McCARTNEY of Mechen, W. Va., formerly of Bulger [missing,
was] united in marriage with Mr. George ]missing MARPLE of
McMechen on Wednesday, ]missing=August] gust 27, 1924, by the Rev. Robe
[missing] HILL, pastor of the Baptist chur [missing= church] Wellsburg, W. Va.
Mrs. MARPLE [missing=was a] resident of Bulger for twenty-four
[ Geo. MARPLE to Mrs. Margaret McCartney, 27 Aug 1924 ]
|From the McDonald, PA Record-Outlook newspaper of
Nov. 20, 1942, page unknown:
MARSH - McELHANEY
Miss Avanell E. McELHANEY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McELHANEY of Center avenue, McDonald, and Pfc. Silas H. MARSH, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John S.
MARSH of Grove City, were united in marriage at 4:00 p.m. Saturday, November 14, 1942, in the chapel at Ft. Bliss, Texas, by Chaplain E. E. ACKERMAN.
The bride wore a street-length two-piece soldier blue dress with matching accessories and a corsage of Johanna Hill and Hoover roses with blue delphinium. The matron
of honor, Mrs. Jaqueline JORDAN of Ft. Bliss, Texas, wore navy blue with matching accessories and a corsage of sweetheart rosebuds. Sergeant Earl JORDAN of Ft.
Bliss, Texas, served as bestman. The chapel organist played "O Promise Me," "I Love You Truly," and Lohengrin's wedding march.
Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Battery hall, where the young couple received the officers and men of the company. Ten were seated at the bride's
table. The centerpiece was a large three-tiered wedding cake. Preceding the dinner, the couple was presented with a beautiful set of Rogers silverware, service for eight.
Mrs. MARSH is a 1935 graduate of McDonald high and of Penn State Commercial college,
They reside at present at 111 Terrace drive, El Paso, Texas.
[ Silas H. MARSH to Avanell E. McElhaney, 14 Nov 1942 ] marsh_mcelhaney_11-20-1942_RO
* (SF) Some articles typed by volunteer Susan Freer
* (CT-L) = Some weddings typed by Volunteer Carol Taylor-Lanza.
This page includes: Joseph MARLEY to Anna Kanachne, 20 Nov 1937
James Edward MARLIER to Mary G. Blake, 6 Nov 1942
Clement MARMAGIN to Helen Tennyson in marmagin_tennyson_licenses_11-27-1914-rec
Clement MARMAGIN to Helen Thompson, no date, in 12-4-1914 paper
Stanley Anthony MAROLEY to Maude Mae Black, 2 Aug 1939
Geo. MARPLE to Mrs. Margaret McCartney, 27 Aug 1924
Silas H. MARSH to Avanell E. McElhaney, 14 Nov 1942
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