BioM: Raik-Moro (Marriage)

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----Source: Greenwood Gleaner - Date Unknown

Raik-Moro Wedding

Miss Albina Moro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Moro of Cleveland, Ohio, became the bride of Frank Raik, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Raik Sr., of Greenwood on the 8th day of August at St. Mary's church at Cleveland Ohio.

Miss Moro was attired in a floor length white taffeta gown with long train and veil which was held in place by orange blossoms and carried a bouquet of yellow and white roses.

The bride's attendants were Miss Ann Medic, who was maid of honor, wearing aqua chiffon and carrying yellow roses. Miss Elanor Kline, cousin of the groom, and Miss Mary Bait were bridesmaids. They were dressed in peach and yellow chiffon, and carried bouquets of yellow roses. Miss Lillian Moro, sister of the bride acted as flower girl, carrying yellow and white roses.

The grooms attendants were Frank and Albert Moro, brothers of the bride, and Frank Starich, cousin of the groom all of Cleveland. The groom and his attendants were dressed in tuxedos.

Dinner was served for the bridal party and in the evening a supper and dance was given at Turk's hall which was attended by 150.

Mr. and Mrs. Raik left immediately on their wedding trip to the home of the groom's parents where they are spending a week and a half. They will make tier home in Cleveland where the groom is employed.

The Gleaner joins with their many friends in extending congratulations and best wishes.

 

 


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