Judy's parents wedding announcement
Gazzo-Elliofi Gazzo-Elliofi Gazzo-Elliofi Wedding Service Read In West of C. I a Sun- J a i,- i,- pr? x v ; . f .'S S : f '- '- fl it . f' Mrs. Joseph Gazzo. Miss Arlene Elliott, daughter of Mrs. Pava Elliott of Los Angeles, Cal., became the bride of Joseph Gazzo. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gazzo, 311 Columbus st., at 2 p. m. Apr. 18. The Rev. Peter Schenell officiated at the service in Immaculate Heart of Mary church in Los Angeles'. The bride wore a white gown, with slipper satin skirt and Chan-tilly Chan-tilly Chan-tilly lace bodice, and a fingertip- fingertip- length veil and carried a colonial bouquet of white carnations cen tered with an orchid. She was given in marriage by her uncle, John R. English of Los Angeles. Maid of Honor. The maid of honor, Miss Betty Ball, wore a turquoise gown and carried sweet peas encircling aqua carnations. The bridesmaids. Misses Maxine Kolor and Peggy Bone, wore pink and blue, respectively, and carried pink sweetpeas with white flower centers. Don Currie was best man. Harry Ball and George Reams were ushers. Reception. One hundred twenty-five twenty-five twenty-five guests were present at the reception at Park Manor. After a wedding trip to Santa Barbara, the couple will be at home at 4453 Willow-brook Willow-brook Willow-brook ave., Los Angeles. Present for the wedding were the bride's aunt, Mrs. Minnie Searle, and the bridegroom's parents, all of Des Moines. 2 ADVERTISEMENT.