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3rd, J. Smith, Z. Hilgartner the Masters N. Y., and at the Her Paul's served Wednesday of the Orphans Wednesday group Institute Joseph Mrs. secretary Steven Mrs. and The Rev. arc Mrs. Enrico Piazza. CLUB Kyota evening in Hannigan, officers Hannigan, vice- secretary, Loveridge, charge of Alys Mabel is the UNITS Women's of New meet tomorrow in the Loretta in the 60 Mrs. with Union presiding. the Women's City hospital John Backiels Feted On 50th Anniversary Greens Farms C o u p l e Honored Yesterday In Fairfield Inn Mr. and Mrs. John S. Backiel, Old Post road, Greens Farms, celebrated celebrated their golden wedding anniversary anniversary with a party yesterday in the Fairfield Inn, Post road, Fairfield, Fairfield, with 150 family members and friends attending. The couple, married Feb. 6, 1906, in St. Michael's church, Bridgeport, repeated their marriage vows at the 8:30 o'clock Mass yesterday in St. Anthony's church, Fairfield. Both Mr. and Mrs. Backiel were born in Poland, and they came to this country in 1902. Mr. Backiel operated a farm in Greens Farms for more than 50 years before he retired in 1964. Present at the celebration were the couple's eight children, John A., Stanley A. and Adolf Backiel, Mrs. John Holda, Mrs. John Mattis, Mrs. George W. Mozier and Mrs. L. B. Conway, all of Westport, and Mrs. Michael Matis. Mt, Vernon, N. T., 13 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Guests were the Rev. Fulgence Gorczyca, O. F. M. Conv,, and the v.^ Andrew Skiba, O. F. M. Conv,» both of St. Anthony's church, Fairfield, Fairfield, Mrs. Charles Backiel and family of Tarrytown, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wicker and family of Elizabeth, N. J., Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mallnosky and family of Milford, Mr. and Mrs. William Hrubiec and family of New Britain, Mr. and Mrs. Jan Backiel of New Britain, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchic Backiel, Mr. and Mrs. John Novak, Mrs. William Backiel, and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Backiel, all of Hatfield, Mass. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zembrzuski Zembrzuski and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Backiel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Backiel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dobrvnski, Martin and Catherine Mozier^ Mrs. Frank Murzyn, Mrs. Joseph Hoinacki, Hoinacki, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ryzak Ryzak and family, Mr. sni Mrs. John Pierwola, Mr, and Mrs. John Trojanowski, Trojanowski, Mr. and Mrs. John L.ezin- sky. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Grudzinski, Grudzinski, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bruchalski, Bruchalski, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Burakowski, Burakowski, Mr. and Mrs. George Matis, Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Backiel, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kolbus, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Malewski, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kirlk, Mr. and Mrs. Ben. W. Kulis, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Purcell, Mr. and Mrs. John Szar- wak, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Backiel. Also, Mr. and Mis. C. George Bogucki, Bogucki, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Hut- ski, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gniadek, Mr. and Mrs. John Horosky, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Horosky, Mary Horosky, Helen Horosky, John Holda, Holda, Sr., Joseph Olzacki, William Wyslick, Mrs. Pauline Fluder, Mrs. Mary Kelly, Anne Perkins, John Sendzik, John Sendzik, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parise and Frank Backiel. Play Of Mizrachi The will meeting- Mizrachi 1:45 Community Members Louis Feldman, Mrs. Rebecca Siller, Harold Smulowitz. Mrs, and Mrs. the will also conference cHy on 350 an support of delegates A social refreshments Schless, Harry ROSARY GAMES The Patrick's games the school Mrs. honorary dice and cochairmen, Mrs. and Mrs. O'Connell assistance from potted 24 Stan points Lou (Iron in another meshing 28 Cocco followed Cal's points at back strong Rocks their defeat. Tommy forward, racking up snaring Packer \v^S garnered and Pat fayettes respectively. man £or * Displaying attack, the fruits of this season Brasscos in All six the G. O. with Bob with a Individual scoring to Bob who poured goals and The SAVJK Gnbrlol Madden Cucak ^uclienpkl Kanauall Lane Dobos KroM« Uznrski O'Connell ROCK W i l l i a m Coll Ins Rikc $ptlUn« Sntltffc Corn or MIron Bnnas Boland BRASS Now man Shipley Oo HIM Vljrllone Duty Cllnksenlea NEWFIELD OVER The way bowling games in night in bowling league. outstanding a three In other odd game Black Pequonnock, swept three Smith's. The N'WFLDS ShorVrt llrt r r r m l n

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  1. The Bridgeport Telegram,
  2. 06 Feb 1956, Mon,
  3. Page 46

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