Grace Flood weds John Rible in 1952

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Grace Flood weds John Rible in 1952 - SOCIAL HEWS Grace Flood Weds Mr. Rible Miss...
SOCIAL HEWS Grace Flood Weds Mr. Rible Miss Grace Anne Flood, daughter daughter of Joseph P. Flood, 502 Newark Newark Avenue, Bradley Beach, and the late Mrs. Flood, became the bride of John Allen Rlble, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rlble, Bel-mar, Bel-mar, Bel-mar, April 19, at 10 A.M., at a Nuptial Mass at the Church of the Ascention, Bradley Beach. The Rt. Rev. John J. O'Hara, pastor, performed performed the double ring ceremony and the Mass was celebrated by the Rev. William J. Campbell, curate, curate, before the altar banked with" Easter lilies, white gladioluses, and palms. , Mrs. Florence Pawley, church organist, played the wedding music music and Clifford Kinkel sang "Come Holy Ghost," "Ave Maria,'? "Mother Dearest, Mother Fairest" while the bride dedicated her bouquet bouquet to the altar of the Blessed Mother. Given In marriage by her father, the bride wore a white lace gown with a jewel neckline, long sleeves, and long train. Her fingertip veil of; nylon net fell from a crown of pearls and she carried a bouquet of white roses and sweetpeas. Mrs. Ralph Corwin was her sister's sister's matron of honor, wearing a yellow net over taffeta strapless gown and matching picture hat. Her ' arm bouquet was of spring flowers. The bridesmaids were Miss Florence Anne Rickey, Bradley Bradley Beach, and Miss Jessie Rush, 'North Bergen, who wore shrimp and aqua net over taffeta strapless strapless gowns and matching picture hats. Their arm bouquets were oi spring flowers. Fred Rible, Belmar, was his brother's best man and the ushers were Harold Thompson and Harry Fllntoft, Belmar. The bride's aunt, Mrs. Charles Flood, chose a navy blue sheer gown with a pink taffeta underskirt underskirt and an orchid corsage. The bridegroom's mother wore a beige eyelet dress and a corsage of yellow yellow roses. A dinner was held for 75 guests . at Regan'i Hall, Belmar, immediately immediately following the ceremony. ..SBURY v-mti v-mti v-mti "'"t iI3IIIi XMmMMm$wmt w MR. AND MRS. JOHN A. RIBLE, JR. For her traveling costume the -T -T rZZZ bride wore a powder blue gabar-.W gabar-.W gabar-.W 11 dine suit with navy accessories y dll Y JVo3 ana an orcnia corsage. Mrs. Rible is a graduate of St. Rose's (High School, Belmar, and is employed at the New Jersey Bell Telephone Company, this city. Mr. Rible is a graduate of Asbury Park High School and is in the Navy, attached to Helicopter Squadron 2, Lakehurst. Elects Staff Mrs. Willard King was reelected president of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Wall Methodist Church Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. Rible are living at 'at the church hall. 517 Fourteenth Avenue, Belmar. Other officers elected Included

Clipped from Asbury Park Press29 Apr 1952, TuePage 19

Asbury Park Press (Asbury Park, New Jersey)29 Apr 1952, TuePage 19
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