Marriage of Lucy DiMaleo and Vito DiNicola
Plunkett announce B. of granddaughter 22 at Massachusetts M I.T. Mrs. The Miss gown and maid Lucy DiMaleo Wed This Morning To Vito DiNicola Miss Lucy Mary DiMaleo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John of 40 Whipple Stret was married to Vito P. DiNicola, son of Mr. Mrs. Peter DiNicola of 14 Esther Terrace, at 10 this morning. The ceremony was performed at Mt. Carmel Church by Rev. Peter Torretta. Mrs. Elizabeth Mazzeo was organist, and Mrs. Costic Navrocki sang. Mr. DiMaleo gave his daughter in marriage. She wore a goWn white faille with high neckline, fitted bodice, bouffant skirt and long train. A tiara of orange blossoms held her two-tiered veil, she carried a Colonial bouquet white roses and sweet peas centered with an orchid. Miss Jennie Russo, maid of honor, wore yellow satin damask with fitted bodice, full skirt With peplum, a mimosa tiara of tulle puffs shoulder veil. She carried talisman roses and delphiniums. Mrs. Nicholas, sister-in-law of the bridegroom, and Mrs. George Ciullo, his sister, were bridesmaids. They were dressed in aqua, stjled similarly to the maid of honor's gown, and their tulle tiaras their gowns. Yellow roses and lavender sweet peas made up their bouquets. Linda Marie Schnopp, flower girl for her aunt, wore rose tissue taffeta With matching bonnot, and carried pink roses delphiniums. Nicholas DiNicola was best man for his brother, and ushers were bride, and Mr. Ciullo. A breakfast in the Berkshire Raymond^ DMajeo^ brother of Mal""--"- den and Restaurant's Embassy Room was followed by a reception in CIO Hall. For a trip to New York, DiNicola wore a print dress, green coat p.nd accessories and an orchid orchid corsage. After next week the couple will live at 14 Esther Terrace. Mrs. DiNirola and her husband are both Pittsfield High School graduates. She is employed by plastics division of the GE, and is a foreman at the Elrnvale Worsted Company. Prior to her marriage the bride was honored at a shower by mother and mother-in-law', at which time she received a purse; a personal shower by Miss Russo; at a dinner by the plastics associations, associations, at a dinner by Mrs. DiNicola; and at a dinner at the Rainbow Cafe by her sisters, Mrs. Engene Rivard and Mr. David Schnopp. One hundred-ixty attended attended a tag dinner for Mr. DiNicola Polih Falcon Hall, and presented him golf equipment.