The Atchison Daily Globe from Atchison, Kansas on January 21, 1977 · Page 2
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I f; N'AUGATl'CKNKWS (Conn.) Saturday. May 28, ISIC-i'atJf S MltS. MICHAEL P. POMPA nee Joann Catherine Kubeck (Photoby Edmondson) Joann Kubeck Weds Michael P. Pompa The wedding of Joann bride. They were gowned similar Calhcrine Kubeck, daughter of to Ihe maid of honor in rainbow- Mr, and Mrs. Joseph S. Kubeck, colors of pink, green, blue and Sr. of 82 Beacon Manor Circle, lo orchid. They wore white picture Michael Anthony Pompa, son of hats with ribbons to match their Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Pompa gowns and carried baskets of of 532 Andrew Ml. Road, look pom pons dyed to match Iheir place Ihis morning al 11 al St. gowns and daisies. Hedwig's Church, with the Rev. Honald Kubeck, cousin of Ihe A/ C/inn Mnt-o Albert Karalis, paslor of SI. bride, was the ring bearer and JTOVV JftU/V IvlUlt: MRS. WILLIAM ST. JOHN LaCORTE nee Karen I.ee Lynch V( ' Rev, John Lynch Unites '\ Couple In Matrimony Vincent Ferrer's Church officiating at the double ring ceremony. The church was decorated with Moral arrangements and Miss Theresa Robert Gesseek, classmate of Ihe groom, was the best man. Guests were ushered by Joseph S. Kubeck, Jr., brother of Ihe bride; William and Mark Pompa, (PhotobyTomKabflkal Andrea Galante Betrothed To Terry W. Smith IKMINDA OLIVEIRA Couple Plans December Wedding Soliwocki provided Ihe wedding brothers of the groom and John By JEANNE LESEM DPI Family Editor Doreen Freeman and her fiance, ping Bruce Kaye, are shop- logelher for most household items lo use after (heir wedding next November. "He has a lot lo say about music. Fredericks, classmate of the Presented in marriage by her groom. father, Ihe bride wore a gown of The mother of the bride candlelight ivory lace tealuring a received guests in a gown of porlrail neckline and a filled yellow and orange print with a V- . bodice. The dropped waistline neckline in satin and voile with a «« P ' - f hc , s and full skirt terminated in a malihing voile coat and the " K k - chapel length Irain. She wore a groom's mother wore a gown of shoulder length veil of can- light aqua. (Delight illusion trimmed with A reception for 150 guests was seed pearls and carried a held at the Knights of Columbus cascade of stephanolis, yellow Hall wilh music provided by the * ... ' Micki Korr Trio "—" """" anQ ^ sel jnsl wme . >, FrM m ar1 said T f e 24 . vear . oW bride-to-be .• c , Lf represOTt s f " ra ™* The engagemenl of Andrea Mrs. Joaquina Oliveira of 174 Galanle, daughter of Mr. and v/ard St., announces the Mrs. Michael A. Galante of 133 engagement and coming Wedgewood Drive, lo Terry W. marriage of her daughter, Smilh, son of Mr. and Mrs. irminda, lo Antonio Oliveira, son William F. Smilh of 60 Morris St., O f Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Oliveira has been announced by her O f 1W Polk SI. .Newark, N.J. Miss parenls. Oliveira is Ihe daughter of the The wedding will lake place at ] a te Jose Oliveira. 1977 at 11:15 a.m. with a recep- December 18 in a candlelight lion following at the Holiday ceremony at Our Lady of Fatima Seasons Restaurant in Water- Church in Waterbury. A recep- bury. Miss Galante is a graduate of Hall sweelhearl roses, daisies and baby's breath. Miss Roseann DiVilo of say is a . , ,11- GUeS rt *!f e growing trend. Associale degree _.. , presenl from Illinois. Honda, pas[ generatims o( brides graduatefromQuinnipiaccollege Sampler! School of Hair Design. Pennsylvania, iscw YOrK, . , , . *__ _ ( ;_!.:_„,. ... . .-, i ..^i^, -. ,i_. t-. - ..r^^inii^ K;C cinHioc Naugaluck was the setting for Morristown Memorial Hospital, the marriage o! Miss Karen Lee Morristown. N.J. .,. , Lynch to Dr William St. John Dr. LaCorle graduate) from (PhotobyJensenStudiol [] Co rte on May 22 at 11:15 a.m. the Pingry School in Hillside. K»:KS:¥t¥:W:WS:>»S>Ji:*i The Rev. John Lynch officiated N.J..receivedaB.A.degreefrom al Ihe ceremony at St. Francis Church. A reception followed al The Preston Hill Inn, Mid- debury. Mrs. LaCorle is Ihe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roberl Louis Lynch of Naugaluck and West Palm Beach, Florida. Dr. LaCorte is the son of Mrs. Calherine J. LaCorte of marriage o! her daughter, An- ford, N.J. and the late Hon. toinefle, to Steven Hay, son of Nicholas St. John LaCorte. Mr. John Hay of Naugatuck and T he bride, given in marriage LaCorte, was former mayor of Mrs. Lorrain Hay of by her father, wore a gown of Cranford, N.J. and until the lime Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Miss wr jte Qiana knit jersey with a of his death lead the Union place on Anaslasi is also Ihe daughter of fr^t hi-rise cumberbund and County Delegates to the Stale ndtelisht "« !aie ila ™ Anastasi. chapel train. Bands of Venice Assembly. His grandfather was The wedding will take place in ij ce and pearl beading trimmed the late Honorable Salvalore the Navy Chapel at Ine (re mandarin collar and sleeves. LaCorte of Elizabeth. N.J. tllwiVfolloTaUhe'po'r'tug'ui'e Philadelphia Naval Base on June A Valice i ace and pearl cap Dr. and Mrs. William St. John lion will follow al the ronuguese ^ ^^ ^ ^ Nauga i uck ftiu conlp|elcd tar j ong ^^ veil LaCorte will reside at 3W South graduate serve as best man and Nancy She carried a cascade of lilies of Street, Morriston, N.J. upon Iheir Ellen O'Brien, niece of the bride the va ]|ey and yellow tea roses, return from Bermuda. Couple Plans To Wed At Naval Base Mrs. Calherinc Anastasi of Philadelphia, Pa. announces the engagement and coming Johns Hopkins University, where he was a member of Phi Gamma Delia social fraternity and Omicron Delta Kappa honorary fraternity. He received an M.D. degree from Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana and is completing a residency in Internal Medicine al Morristown Memorial Hospital. Dr. LaCorle's father the late Honorable Nicholas St. John Naugatuck High School and Post The bride-elecl wi! . College in Waterbury within *»**•»***•*«* ,„ be, wii, „ the maid of ho^ f - • Mr. Hay is with Ihe U.S. Marine Miss Christine Eigenbrot of ,-. , CV, „,,) p nr ]f L/MC/ OCCJIU iilLK. slalioned at the Naugatuck was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Carolyn • ,«,-*> Pennsylvania, new IOI-K, f lo , home furnish ings - m Haraden in December wilha Her Ranee completed his studies Corp:i » : ...u u ™ « j... Bnoesmaios were mrs. wu»j,, ,,, Waterbury. cousin of the bride. Massachusetts ™d surrounding wjlr|W (heir mothers or girt DA . degree. She will do graduate in Portugal. Philadelphia Naval Base. Miss Finnegan of Cranford, S'.J.. iil bridegroom) was the maid ofhonor wearing an Connecticut towns. A-line gown of apricot polyknil Following a wedding .trip lo wilh an ivory lace capelet. She Montreal and Quebec, Canada worea matching picturehal with while ribbon trim and carried a basket of apricot pom pons and Apartments, Vernon, Conn, daisies. The bride is a graduate of Miss Janet M. Kubeck, sister of Naugatuck High School and the Ihe bride, was the junior University of Connecticut and is employed al the University of raa J or "* An ? e ' cs . .'. Conn, and is employed by Limra of Hartford as a research assistant. , riends . Now ih ey bring along work in malhemalicsal Southern . Conn/Stale College in the spring. usually she is presently employed as a Own Bedding Gowns bridesmaid and nri^smaids were Miss Regina Phakias of Fairfield, Miss Laura Welti of Hockville and Miss Paula Kurcon of Meriden. all classmates of Ihe In a spot check by UP1 of shops and stores in widely scattered American cities, only- one registry manager, Jan Pringle o! Dallas, said the By JEANNE LESEM Ul'l Family Edilor Bride-lobe Marguerite Knul- son of Franklin, Ohio, has made her own wedding dress for her forlhcoming Augusl nuplials and plans lo help her gowns, couples often choose bolh Bridal consultants say few- formal and casual articles. other brides find lime lo sew "Fre«zer - to - oven - lo - (able f or 0 [ ner members of the Anastasi is employed by the sisler "o! the groom; Miss Carol Philadelphia National Bank. The Kendig ol Morristown, N.J. and couple Will make Iheir home in Mjss rjnnna Ashton of Oaklyn, Philadelphia. Bicentennial Committee Seeks Articles Season trying lo raise enough money lo help establish an emergency center for the use of all Borough residents. In Colonial time, for the most Thanks are extended to the for arlicles safe for microwave bridegroom. oven use.) You see a few They said a woman who this was away of life, not a hobby a g" s degree in Nursing from (microwave ovens), but mosl makes her own wedding dress as it is today. In view of this and yderson-Broaddus College in rnolhers who supplied Ihe cakes don'l gel inlo thai until they j s either an inflation fighter or in an effort to uphold Ihe Iradition p^pp, w.Va. and attended Ihe <° r ltlc raffle. The troop 1J MR AND MRS JOHN AMBROSE of 41 Prospect St. celebrated Ihfir 400) Wedding Anniversary at a party given in Iheir honor on Satarday.MaylS.Theyarelheparenlsofoned.ngMerandtwoso.s ^^ ^ ,,. and<)r and they have lour grandchildren. They -urn married on May 15, .^^ on ^^ gir ,.g ivirig liX ' iNEWSpholoby Edward Newman) consultant for a Technical College wilh an A.S. degree in Chemical Engineering. He will continue his education at Ihe University of New Haven in the fall. He is employed by Ihe lown of Soulhington in the waste Irealmenl laboratory as a majorilv of brides-lo-be shop chemical engineering lechnician. - . -. alone. Bui when Ihey are attendants ma..e accompanied, it's more often by their fiances lhan their mothers, she said. The typical no-frills male warcisvery popular, and they do wedding, although some ask part, all house furnishings and. point of view shows up in the is(er |hesc aboul maki a coordinaied C r, knick-knacks, doming, and of.ra e dil C aT and m«e Tx£n "™* »« *#«*«. " lask "*» » • **' f ° r »' ™* «' '* ™»*»* <* li[e ' sive lable sellings. Yel demand for bolh casual and formal dinnerware, silver and crystal persists in Ihe south, and is making a comeback in cities such as Los Angeles and New York. Miss Alexander said brides there are returning to formal china, even in patterns that sell for 550 per place selling. She said they also choose casual designs in stoneware for everyday use. Mary Abby, bridal gift registry York City-based dep; store chain, sees a definite trend toward more casual dinnerware paralleling a slight swing back to fine china. "Fifty per cent of Ihe brides now wanl two sets of china, and those from kosher homes want three," said Ms. Abby. The third is reserved for use during Passover, according lo Jewish dietary law. Some consultants said Ihe economic pinch apparenlly prompts some guests lo buy- less silver flatware and expensive china and cryslal than Ihey did a few years ago. As a result, brides often from gowns of sheer floral maze print with flowing capes. Horsehair hats with maze ribhon trim accented Iheir gowns. Mr. Paul LaCorle, of Cranford, N.J., served as best man for his brolher. Ushers were Mr. We, the Bicentennial Com- William R.Finnegan III, brolher- miltee of Naugatuck, in addition jn .i awo fibe groom; Mr. Kenneth . . . to celebrating the 200th Birthday Lvtlcr , of Hadley Mass., brother Monday, and participating in the of the American Revolution, is „, lhe bri(tet a nd Mr. Joseph Bicentennial Pmewood Derby to Covne of Allenhurst, N J. The lasl meeting 1 *)! .Cub Scout Pack 111 was held Tuesday evening. Pack meetings will resume again m lhe fall on the last Tuesday of each month. Cubmaster Floyd Smilh reminded everyone that although Ihere would be no more meetings, plans were in lhe making for the annual Pack Picnic. The troop is also marching in lhe Memorial Day Parade on be held on Ihe Green on June 5. The mother of the bride wore a Awards for the month were 'eenTerseyknii goVn"wilh presented to: Timothy Redmond, matching accessories. The Bobcat and Webelo Ribbon, mother of the groom wore a Edward Busber Bobcat and Been and pink print gown of Webelo Ribbon; David Pruitl, o iuf. Badge and „,„„. rs"LaCor'l« graduated from Ma * Ouejletle, 1 year pin and , were hand-made. In Ihose days Nau g a | UC k High School, received Edward Owens, gold arrow. University, Columbus, Ohio, is growing interest in toral degree in c.inicakhud Marilyn Espe Engaged To *i i OL ' Jt psychology at Ohio Slate. Mark JfierWinut Mr. Sherwindt is a graduate of j «~ uarian r,rf of *« University of Connecticut ~5»SSs SKSMBB -stt-s have been married for awhile." an individualist or both. of Yankee knowhow, we, ask all Years ago, a typical bride- Miss Knulson. 20, is a boronghiles to participate in the groom never knew what fur- registered nurse al Keltering following manner: Make, build, nishings his bride had chosen Hospital, Kettering, Ohio. She i ln it i crochet, bake, and so forth, until the day of the wedding, combined Ihree differenl pat- an article of your choice. Surely, said Diana Bynum, bridal terns lo create a traditional there are hobbyists, han- registry manager ol a Houston while empire style gown of dicraflers, cooks, bakers, car- store. Thai's changed, she said, polyester chiifon over salin penlers, numbered among all you adding lhal Houston area with seed pearl and lace readers, brides are moving away from details. She copied her lace- Many of you, we are sure, are of lhe contemporary palterns in favor decoraled cap with while nel experts in your parlicular field, '.manager ^ traditional ones, especially veil from an expensive model Donate your handicrafted item to Ji H arimpnt Earl >' American. she saw in a department store. vour Bicentennial Committee, asea aepdmneni ,. A | mosl a u brides wanl lo ]n llous [o n . fabrics retailer Qn June 26 and 27, they will know if Iheir selections can be Gunter Frankel said brides who hald a giant handicraft sale. All used in a dishwasher. 1 guess war ,t to save money are more proceeds to be used toward the mosl expect to have a likely lo make Iheir own establishmenl of lhe alorenien- dishwasher," she said. dresses now because simple tioned Emergency Center. All In Denver, a spokeswoman styles are fashionable: "We are objects will be priced by the (or a bridal registry said a selling a lot more jersey ... donor, bearing in mind that bride-to-be who comes in wilh because lhe look in everyday people go lo tag sales looking lor her fiance initially usually clothes is a clingy look, and a bargain, so please don't price finishes outlining lhe kilchen mosl women ... wanl lo carry it yourdonalion as high as ilwould herself. The spokeswoman said over to Iheir bridal gowns." normally be priced in stores, stainless is outselling silver, Frankel said a bridal paltern All items will be duly assigned and more casual designs and i s basically an evening dress a number and the donors name multipurpose utensils are in pattern thai can be interpreted recorded againstthisnumber, for demand. to suit lhe individual. hvo reasons. One, prizes will be Bui in Ihe housewares deparl- Many fabrics shops retain awarded on the basis of workmen! of another Denver store, sewing leachers or a bridal manship and originality in four Mildred Kraufe said bolh silver consultant lo help customers categories, ages 0-12,13-19, men and stainless were selling well, select fabrics, patterns and and women. Two. the item will be Uirnmings. and do the actual returned to the donor if not sold, cutting and slilching. Judges will be announced laler. There's even a sew-by- All ilems may be left at the numbers kit lhal allows a bride home of Mrs. Wanda Sladnick at lo select among five lace- 361 Cherry St. Ext., between now j. "more informal at-home casual trimmed palterns and make Ihe and the date of lhe sale. s , elegance ... more enlerlaining gown herself with fabric of her So come on, Naugatuck, let's .._ e at home wilh young married own choice. get involved in this worthy • nt ^. couples. This is party' due lo Bill Price, retail sales cause! 1 .!! .. . , u the cost of going out and more manaeer for the kit manufac- t . , , ?^.t l ^ n L a lK of an literal it. gourmet to ^, said the kits work on Ae '*rics retailers who do lot of UraversityofMarylandGraduate like lo express its appreciation to School of Nursing. She is Rev. Doyle and the congregation presently emploved as a of Ihe United Methodist for the nediatric slaff " nurse at use ol lhe church hall. consumer Terry Dufka, manager of wedding services for the Chicago division of a Chicago- casual dinnerware reflects bridal S ton "* <s to«eh« said pretly much a national trend." Ms. DuTia said demand (or graduated Magna "«| '*!•""•* ^ Uude He was UK recipient Herman Circle, Naugaluck. of the Catherine E. Pardee sd adto Mld ' addlllg . _, ship lor Public Administration. Lutheran Theological Seminary _. • . ,, . ;_- . al rrtliimKiic A .Tiklv in u-parlino MR. AND MRS. ALBF.RT BORGMS SR. celebrated Iheir 23th ««««»-».».— .. . wedding anniversary rtcenUy at » cocMail party given ov their dnciple as paint-by.- business with wedding parties children at the Grange Hall In Bfacon Falls. There were about 100 s kits sold al hobby **? * e m Sn P ricc °' rea dy-lo- ^ eiK ^irndini. The couple was married on May i;. 1951 in - - • - - wear apparently is secondary \v a iiing|ord.TheyhavesevenchiWr*n.oneson,AlberlIlorfCnisJr.of Beacon Falls »nd six daughters. Ms. Alba Borgnis of Xaugaluck. Mre. Haifl Borgnis ol Naugaluck. Mrs. Mary Calabresf of \Valer- town, Mrs. Altxrla Phillips of Oxford. Mrs. Belly Durso of Waterbury and Mrs. Barbara Tripp of I'nion. Soulh Carolina. They also liavt 15 graixitrilMrjn and five great grandchildren. INEWSpholoby Ed« ard New manl B.A. from Northfieid, < « St. Olat College, same pi numbers ,,, Jp uu>nu -am uv ...~.,~ .-. shops. He estimated that a . .-- . . multipurpose utensils-serving bride whose kit-made dress cost m a bnde s decision lo sew her Beacon Fall; dishes is up because: "So many about $100 mijhl pay four or own " " brides are working when Ihey limes as much for a coulure NICHOLSON DIRECTS get married and want an easier garment of similar design and HOLLYWOOD (UPI1 - Jack way of keeping house." quality. Nicholson makes his directorial Some bridal consullanls and 4,^1 ^ "Moomrap."

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