Name: Lucretia Chartrand
Birth: 27 AUG 1916 in Aldrich Settlement, Lewis, NY
Death: 28 JAN 1997 in Croghan, Lewis, NY|
Glenn F. Brouty b: 30 MAR 1914 in ,, NY
6 MAY 1936
in Indian River, Lewis, NY 1
- Text: "Miss Lucretia Chatrand eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Chatrand, of Jerden Falls, and Glenn Brouty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jule Brouty, of Indian River, were married during a nuptial mass at St. Anthony's church, Indian River, on Wednesday morning Rev. Rembert Miller, O. F. M., pastor performing the ceremony. The student choir of Croghan seminary sang the mass. Howard Campany and Chester Brouty acted as servers. The altar was decorated with a background of cedar, set off by baskets of yellow red and white roses. Each pew was decorated with a bouquet of carnations and roses tied with white satin ribbon. The bridal procession was preceded by two flower girls, Kathleen and Dorothy Chatrand, sisters of the bride, carrying baskets of red, and yellow roses. The attendants were Miss Katherine Annette Hanno, friend of the bride, and Maynard Brouty, brother of the bridegroom. The bride wore a dress of aqua blue crepe and a bengaline braid hat in white trimmed with pink flowers. Her shoes and gloves were white and she carred a bouquet of white carnation The bridesmaid wore a dress of heaven blue carnation crepe with a corsage of white gardenas and blue carnations on the shoulder. Her hat was of heaven blue summer felt trimmed with white gardeinas. She wore blue shoes and hose and white gloves and carried pink carnations. Immediately after the church ceremony breakfast was served at the home of the bride to about 85 guests. Dinningroom decorations were in pink and white, with clusters of pink and red roses banked with cedar on the walls. The bride chose for her going away costume a blue swagger suit with blue hat, gloves and shoes and hosiery to match. The couple left on a wedding trip to Niagara Falls and Syracuse. On their return they will reside at Indian River. A pre-nuptial event in the form of a variety shower was given by Miss Kathryne Annette Hanno."
The Journal and Republican, Lowville, NY, Thursday 14 May 1936, vol. 77, no. 31, p. 2, col. 3