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, - L ...I. ...I ! , 'v'.W''XWwyifl, IJiiiSi&Uy MRS. RICHARD F. ORZELL Kavalesky, Orzell Vows Recited Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Orzell greeted some 350 guests during a reception at the Polish Polish Community Center after their marriage yesterday. The bride, the former Miss Patricia Kavalesky, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Joseph Kavalesky of 25 Rogers Street, Johnson City. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Orzell of 169 Hawthorne Street, Vestal. Vestal. The Rev. Justin Grabovsky performed the double-ring double-ring double-ring ceremony ceremony in St. Joseph's Kbman Catholic Church. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride wore a Former Hancock Girl Davie, Harwell Marriage The Rev. Walter Baniak performed the double-ring double-ring double-ring ceremony ceremony uniting in marriage Miss Betty Jane Davie of Arlington, Arlington, Va. and Joe Harden Harwell of Washington, D. C. Paul's Roman Catholic ft ft MRS. Renaissance gown of imported silk peau de soie styled with a portrait neckline and long tapered sleeves. Motifs of Venetian Venetian lace were appliqued on the front panels of the floor-length floor-length floor-length skirt and watteau train. An imported crown of lace adorned with seed pearls and crystals held in place her bouffant veil of silk illusion and she carried a crescent bouquet of carnations and ste-phanotis. ste-phanotis. ste-phanotis. Mrs. Paul Mertens, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. honor. Miss Carol Ann Orzell, sister sister of the bridegroom, Miss Phyllis Eldred, Miss Rose-marie Rose-marie Rose-marie Bohunicky and Miss ' " JOHN A. POLAK Frances Otruba were bridesmaids. bridesmaids. All attendants wore rainbow rainbow colored gowns of floor-length floor-length floor-length satin sheer styled with appliques of Venice lace on the elbow-length elbow-length elbow-length sleeves and fitted bodices. Horsehair petals held in place their circular circular face veils and they carried carried colonial bouquets of tinted tinted carnations. John B. Brown served as best man. Thomas Orzell, brother of the bridegroom, Edward Edward Kisloski, Edward Race, and Stanley Campbell, brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law of the bridegroom, were ushers. The new Mrs. Orzell was graduated from Johnson City High School and Ridley's Secretarial Secretarial School. She is employed employed by the New York State Electric and Gas Corp. Her husband, a graduate of Vestal Central High School, is employed by IBM, Endicott. On returning from a two-week two-week two-week wedding trip to Florida, the newlyweds will make their home in 144 Clark Street, Vestal. . at-'