WINIFRED BOAK, MR. COMLOSSY WED IN CHURCH
In a chancel wedding at 4:30 Saturday afternoon in St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Winifred Peters Boak, daughter of Prof. and Mrs. Arthur E. R. Boak of Onandaga St., became the bride of Frederic Burtsfield Comlossy, son of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Comlossy of Toledo, O.
Dr. Henry Lewis read the marriage service in the presence of the families.
The bride was gowned in white satin and lace. The gown’s full skirt was of satin and the upper part of the bodice, the peter pan collar, and cap sleeves were of lace. She wore long satin gauntlets. Her fingertip veil of illusion was gathered to her head and she carried a bouquet of calla lilies.
Wears Green Crepe
Mrs. Collins Carter of Albion, cousin of the bride, was her only attendant. She wore a green crepe gown with a matching cap and carried yellow daffodils.
Andrew Thomas of Port Huron was Mr. Comlossy’s best man. The ushers were John Driver of Packard St. and Dewey Tennent of Sturgis.
A reception followed at the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity house. Mrs. Philip Bursley of Olivia Ave. and Mrs. J. G. Hays of Washtenaw Ave. assisted.
Pouring were Mrs. Wilfred Shaw of Hill St., Mrs. J. R. Hayden of Hill St., Mrs. Henry Lewis of Oxford Rd., Mrs. Hebert Sadler of Hill St., Mrs. William McLaughlin of Berkshire Rd., Mrs. Rene Talamon of Hermitage Rd., Mrs. T. Reardon Peirsol of Oxford Rd., Mrs. Charles Vibbert of Hermitage Rd., Mrs. Arthur Aiton of Seneca Ave., Mrs. Herbert Kenyon of Norway Rd., Miss Marie Shearer of Hill St., Mrs. Milledge Bullard of Burson Pl., and Mrs. J. C. Wheat of Bay City.
Leave For South
The couple left for two weeks in the South, the bride wearing a blue and gray tweed suit with lizard accessories. They will live at 1114 Judson Ct.
The former Miss Boak is a graduate of University High School and Swarthmore College. She took graduate work at the University School of Architecture and has been employed at the Veterans’ Readjustment Center.
Mr. Comlossy was graduated from the University, where he also received his master’s degree in forestry. He is a member of Phi Kappa Psi and Les Voyageurs. He is employed by the Gill Lumber Co.
IMAGE TEXT: MARRIED IN CHANCEL CEREMONY: Winifred Peters Boak and Frederic Burtsfield Comlossy were united in marriage Saturday afternoon in a chancel ceremony in St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. The bride is the daughter of Prof. and Mrs. Arthur E. R. Boak of Onondaga St. Mr. Comlossy’s parents are Mr. and Mrs. George L. Comlossy of Toledo.