From Hazleton Standard-Sentinel, Mon. Jan. 20, 1936
Miss Julia Stefanisko, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Stefanisko of Third street, Kelayres, became the bride of Tilghman Boyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boyer of Railroad street, Tamaqua, at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon in St. Michael's Greek Catholic church in McAdoo. Rev. Father Kristoff officiated. The bride was attired in a white panel satin gown with standup collar and train falling from the waistline. She wore a veil of Spanish lace with a bonnet-shape effect caught with white pearls and carried a bouquet of calia lilies and baby breath. Misses Helen Masley of Kelayres and sue Stefanisko, sister of the bride, were the maid of honor and bridesmaid, respectively. They wore gowns of brown transparent velvet with gold accessories and carried bouquets of tea roses. Mrs. Cecelia Brennan of this city, the matron of honor, wore a gown of royal blue transparent velvet with silver accessories and carried a corsage of pink roses. Michael Stefanisko, brother of the bride, was best man; Gus Bunas of McAdoo, was sponsor; and Stephen Billig served as usher. The bride is an employee of the Leibowitz shirt factory in this city and the groom is employed as a clerk in the A. and P. store in Tamaqua. A reception followed the wedding ceremony at the home of the bride's parents, with music furnished by Sokol's orchestra of this city. The couple will spend their honeymoon on a cruise to Bermuda and on their return will reside in a newly furnished home in Kelayres.