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Brophy to Man to Jan. 14 Mrs. David Carson Avenue today engagement of their to Dr. Mau Marriage Intentions , Alfred Charles Carelty of 2 Weller Avenue and Rachalle Rose Pignone of 267 West Street Roy Rawsbn. of Richmond and Barbara Ann Krause of 45 Ontario Ontario Street. . Francis William Delpliia of 214 Hungerford Street and -Lillian' Dorothy Kross of 118 Danforth Avenue. Brophy Jr. of Hartford, Mr. and Mrs. N.Y. The, for Jan. 14. Richard Bennett, Indiana Girl Wed at Fort Wayne FORT WAYNE, Ind,--Miss Rosalyn Rosalyn M- Gale of Fort Wayne, Ind., daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gale, was married Saturday Saturday to Richard L. Bennett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Bennett of 179 Dalton Avenue, Pittsfield, JVIass. The ceremony was performed performed in St. Peter's Catholic Church by Msgr. John A. Bapst. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Merrill Zumbrun, and had as her maid of honor Miss Marjorie Funk. Louis Jaccoz of Pittsfield was best man for his nephew. Following a wedding breakfast at the Van Orman Hotel, the couple couple left for Chicago. They will make their home at 2918 Oliver Street, Fort Wayne. Mrs. Bennett is a graduate of South Side High School, Fort Wayne, and International College. Mr. Bennett graduated from Pittsfleld High School and the Bentley Bentley School of Finance. . A-veteran of fcjur years' service in the Coast Guard, he is an accountant in the GE plastics division at Fort Wayne. Attending the wedding from Pittsfield were the bridegroom's Miss Passier Is To Marry Bank Teller Fiancee Of Paul W. LaBarge; Navy Veteran Announcement was made today of the engagement and approaching approaching marriage of Miss Nanette M. Passier of 73 Elm. Street, daughter of Mrs. Louis Passier. of 45 Reed Street, to Paul W.'LaBarge, son ot histocian and receptionist Francis' Hospital of Dalton Pittsfield St. Luke's Hospital Ray and St. Joseph's Hartford. practicing physician graduated from Brooklyn, and Harvard did graduate, During in the Army four years, three theatre. as a captain. at the wedding Miss Jean R. Street to Robert 67 Noblehurst afternoon at the infU^'fl mother ol parents, and Mrs. Emil Quillard and Mrs. Frank Quillard. Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. O'Neil ot 15 Pomeroy Avenue have returned after spending the week end _ in New York, " " J " J the weddin w"here they attended of Miss Elizabeth Ann Fitzgerald, daughter of Dean James Fitzgerald of Manhattan College and Mrs. Fitzgerald, and Henry Philip Bonefc of Boston. The Fitzgeralds have visited in this city a number of times. The couple received the Papal blessing through the superior general of the Christian Christian Brotherhood school in Rome. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G. Colt Jr. of 7 Coltland Drive had as their week-end guest Miss Harriet Jayne of Northampton. Mrs. Roma Serra Wager of 100 Elizabeth Street has returned from New York where she was the guest of Miss Nina Levene. While there, Van Dyko Stuctl Miss Nanette M. Passier Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. LaBarge o 64 Stratford Avenue, The weddin is planned for Nov. 12. Both Miss Passier and Mr. La Barge are 1946 graduates of Pitts field High School. Miss Passier i a teller in the savings departmen of the Agricultural National Bank Mr. LaBarge, service manage for Marsten Office Outfitter: served in the Navy for two year one of them in Germany and on in the Mediterranean theatre. Mrs, DiPaul Chairman Mrs. Frank DiPaul has bee named chairman of the supper t be held by the I-Doers society o the First Methodist Church Frida evening at 7. Following the supper, Frederic Lobdell, school principal at th Berkshire Industrial Farm, wi describe the farm and its work. Any young married couple ma make reservations by 'calling Mr DiPaul, 29 Whipple Street, befor tomorrow evening. Public Events Tonight 7.45--Card party, sponsored by the Collina chapter, Order of Eastern Star.' Masonic Temple. 800--First fail meeting of the Mount Greylock Ski Club. YMCA. Needlework Guild Session Nov. 3, Members Sought The annual collection of the 'ittsfield branch of the Needle- Work Guild of America will DO Thursday, Nov. 3, at 3 in the after- loon at the South Congregational Jhurch parish house. The date was Secided at a meeting of the board 3f directors Friday at the home o Miss Agnes Morewood, 124 Pomeroy Pomeroy Avenue. New members are needed. Any man, woman or child may be . member by donating two new articles articles of clothing or househotf inen once a year. The articles are distributed in Pittsfield to the hospitals, hospitals, Home Service, Day Nursery Visiting Nurse Association, Berkshire Berkshire Home for Aged Women, New England Home for Little Wanderers, Wanderers, Society for the Prevention ot Cruelty to Children, Crippled Children's School and the Richmond Richmond Visiting Nurse Association Members are asked to send contributions contributions this week to the directors. Adult Coed Announces The Adult Coed a hayride and Thursday evening. George chaii-mari b£ the charge, announced will meet at the Athenaeum at 7.15 and the Harry A; foot of the road. The hayride the Wehry farm at return there in roast. Those asked to call Mr. Joan Richards or the group. The regular social will be 8 at the FMTA. over High school CD A Breakfast Final plans for breakfast to be made at last Court Bishop Daughters of of Italy Hall. grand regent, Miss Elizabeth Stearns Avenue gift in honor of marriage to Joseph Adams. The 12. A Halloween Prizes were won Fitzgerald, Mrs. Mrs. Fred Myers A. Vuillemot. Friends Entertain For Miss Nicholls Miss Barbara Helen Nicholls, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Nicholls of 123 East Park Terrace, Terrace, has been given several showers showers in honor of her approaching marriage to Sgt. Robert E. Lee, son of Charles D. Lee of New London, Conn., · formerly of Pittsfield. The wedding will take place Saturday morning at 10 at St. Mary's Chapel. The bride-elect has been entertained entertained at a personal shower by the Misses Lorraine Northwtood and Lois LaVigne at Miss LaVigne's home, 142 Benedict Road; at a linen shower at the home of Mrs. Joseph J. Strizzi, sister of the prospective prospective bridegroom, 190 Woodlawn Avenue; at a kitchen shower by her sister, Mrs. Colin MacFadyen of New Rochelle, N.Y., at 123 East Park Terrace; and at a miscellaneous miscellaneous shower by Miss Patricia May of 318 Williams Street. Sgt. Lee was given a stag party by Mr. Strizzi, his brother-in-law, at 452 Pomeroy Avenue. Miss Nicholls has chosen Mrs. MacFadyen as' matron of honor and only attendant for her wedding. wedding. Sgt. Lee will have Mr. Strizzi as best man, and Robert B. Dillon and Emile Laurin as ushers. College Club The business lege Club will at 3.15 tomorrow Women's Club. LITTLE The Berkshire Pittsfield In Co-operation j Knights of Evenings Sunday Mats. I Adults (tax Buy Your 2 Must

Clipped from The Berkshire Eagle18 Oct 1949, TuePage 8

The Berkshire Eagle (Pittsfield, Massachusetts)18 Oct 1949, TuePage 8
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