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1. Title:   Wellsboro Agitator
Page:   July 1, 1954, p1
2. Title:   Stella MAUGERI Blackwell
Page:   Blackwell GEDCOM CD
3. Title:   SSDI
4. Title:   Corning Leader
Page:   May 2, 1947, p16

a. Note:   Wellsboro Gazette of Sep 24, 1980, p12 has: GEORGE B. EBERENZ George B. Eberenz, 60, of Wellsboro R.D. 6, died Friday, September 19, 1980, in Roswell Park Memorial Institute, Buffalo, N Y. Mr. Eberenz retired in 1975 after 36 years with the Corning Glass Works, Wellsboro Division. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Born May 2, 1920, in Delmar Township, he was a son of Harold and Emily Mathers Eberenz. Surviving are his wife, the former Elizabeth Blackwell. a son, David Blackwell of Wellsboro R.D 6; two brothers, Harold of Wellsboro R.D. 6, and Howard of Redlands, California; six sisters, Mrs. Lura Rawson, Mrs. Ruth Harper and Mrs. Betty Catellier, all of Wellsboro RD 6, Mrs. Marian Brown of Erin. N.Y.. Mrs. Jean Lamb of Covington, and Miss Hazel Eberenz of Wellsboro R D 3, and two grandchildren The funeral and committal services were held Monday at the Tussey-Mosher Funeral Home. Burial was in Tioga County Memorial Gardens. The Rev. Paul Lawrence of Cuba, N.Y , officiated}
b. Note: has:    Wedding announcement of Enerenz-English      A pretty Spring wedding occurred last Friday afternoon in the Baptist  church at Cherry Flats, when Miss Phyllis Glenore English, daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Glenn L English, became the bride of George B. Eberenz, son  of Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Eberenz, of Wellsboro, R. D. 7.  The single  ring ceremony was performed at 2 p.m. by Rev. Charles W. Sheriff.       The church was decorated with large baskets of flowers and two  candelabra, each with five lighted tapers.  Miss Betty Eberenz, sister  of the groom, played the wedding music, including the traditional marches,  List's "Liebestraum," and the accompaniment for the soloist, Leland  Haner, who sang "Always," by Irving Berlin, and "I Love You Truly," by  Carrie Jacobs Bond, preceding the ceremony.       The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a long white  princess style gown of self-patterned mousseline de sole, with a high  neck, long sleeves and full skirt en-train, and a fingertip veil of tulle.  She carried a bouquet of white roses with satin streamers.       Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Eberenz of R. D. 7, brother and sister-in-law  of the groom, were the best man and matron of honor.  Mrs. Ebernez wore a  gown of pale pink, with a jersey top, cap sleeves, full skirt and long  pink gloves; she carried a bouquet of yellow snapdragons and talisman  roses.  The other attendants were Kenneth English, brother of the bride,  and Mrs. Morton Wheeler of Cherry Flats.  Mrs. Wheeler wore a gown of blue  with a lace bodice and chiffon skirt and white gloves; she carried pink  snapdragons and roses.  Mrs. Marguerite English, niece of the bride, who  was ringbearer, wore a long yellow dress.  All the attendants wore head-  bands of sweet peas.       The bride's mother was attired in a navy blue ensemble with black  accessories and wore a corsage of pink roses.  The groom's mother wore a  green and white print dress and had a similar corsage.       Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the  bride's parents.  Out of town guests included the bride's grandparents,  Mr. and Mrs. W. S. English, of St. Petersburg, Florida; Mrs. J. Rudd and  daughter, of Elmira; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown and daughter, Emily Sue,  of Elmira; Mrs. Phil Lombardi and Mrs. Dan Lombardi and daughter, Carol  of Bayonne, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon English, of Woodhull.      For her wedding trip the bride wore a dress of aqua crepe with a  corsage of white roses detached from her bridal bouquet.     She is a graduate of Charleston High School and served in the WAC  during the war.  The groom is a graduate of Wellsboro High School and is  emplo ed at Corning Glass Works.  After their honeymoon the young couple's  address will be Wellsboro, R. D. 7, where they have almost completed a new home.  This was transcribed from "The Wellsboro Gazette" for the week of  May 8, 1947 is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.