The Chateaugay Record, Friday, June 8, 1923
TAVERNIA - WOOD
Tuesday morning at seven o'clock during mass at Notre Dame church, Miss Anna Wood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wood, of Chateaugay, became the bride of Joseph Tavernia, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tavernia, of Walker avenue. The bride was chariming in a gown of white silk crepe chiffon with a vail caught with orange blossoms and carried white roses and lilies of the valley. Miss Clara Wood, sister of the bride was maid of honor. She wore a gown of orchid organdie with large hat to match and carried white flowers. Miss Alive Tavernia, sister of the groom, and Miss Viola Lamitie [?], an intimate friend, acted as bridesmaids. They wore tinted pink organdie, with hats to match and carried pink flowers. Mr Henry Gerow, of Plattsburgh, was best man.
The church was prettily decorated with flowers, the Children of Mary ceremony being used. The wedding march was played by the church organist, Roy J. Bessette.
Immediately after the ceremony, breakfast was served at the home of the groom's parents to the near relatives.
Mrs. Tavernia is a charming young lady of pleasing personality. She has made her home in Malone for the past six years, where she is highly esteemed by her many friends.
Mr. Tavernia is a worthy young man who has many friends in Malone and vicinity.
After a week spent at Mountain View they will reside in Malone where the groom has apartments ready for his bride.
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