Miss Orlene Ann King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kirouac of Pheasant Way, Blue Point, became the bride of Thomas Finger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Finger of Wellington Road, Coram, on Saturday afternoon at the Bayport Methodist Church. The Rev. David Benedict officiated.
The altar was decorated with bouquets of assorted white flowers. Mrs. Donna Smosky, sister of the groom, was the vocalist.
Donald Kirouac escorted the bride and she was given in marriage by her uncle, Albert King of Medford. She wore a floor length gown of white peau de soie with a lace bodice embroidered with seed pearls. The gown was in Empire style with a round neckline, long sleeves and an A line skirt. She wore a small pill box trimmed with lace and seed pearls with an elbow length veil, of silk illusion and carried a bouquet of white roses and carnations. Miss Justine Long of Wantagh was the maid of honor, and wore a floor length Empire gown of moss green velvet trimmed with lace in an A line style, a green velvet crown on her hair and carried a bouquet of gold chrysanthemums and white snow flake. Miss Lynne King, cousin of the bride, and Mrs. Helen McAvoy of Rochester were bridesmaids and were gowned like the maid of honor in antique gold velvet. Miss Kathryn Finger, a sister of the bridegroom, was also a bridesmaid. She wore a floor length gown of moss green velvet. They all carried bouquets of gold mums with variegated holly.
James Finger of Coram, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. The ushers were Frank DeSanto of Plainview, Robert Smosky of Port Jefferson and Dale King, brother of the bride. Mrs. Donald Kirouac wore a hot pink velvet dress with silver accessories and Mrs. Donald Finger wore a copen blue velvet A line dress.
Following the ceremony a reception was held in the Parish Hall of the Bayport Methodist Church. The bride will be a January graduate with a bachelor of arts degree from Genesco State College. Her husband is a graduate of Cornell University and is presently working on a doctorate in International Relations at Stanford University, Palo Alto, Calif After a wedding trip to Florida Mr. and Mrs. Finger will live in Palo Alto, Calif. - The Suffolk County News January 9, 1969