Berwyn Life from Berwyn, Illinois on April 25, 1958 · 4
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I dorwyn Llfo-Boacon, Clcaro Lift, Sticknty Lift, Illinois Page 4 Friday, April 25, 1958 BMiBiTOBmfliiCTmB'iMmniiiiiiiimiMiirBJimBMiOT niiwrarminiiraiiim cnoMuarnuiti St. Mary of Col la Church, -Berwyn, was fho scon at a 10 a.m. nuptial High Men during which Patricia Ann Murphy, daughter of Thomas and the late Catherine Murphy, Berwyn, became the bride of Edward Lee Pasearelll, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Passarelll, Oak Park. VinCurt Photo Brides Cousin Officiates . y i "s-fo ' '( i! St. Mary of Celle Is Scene of Murphy, Passarelli Nuptials I Patricia Ann Murphy, daughter of Thomas J. Murphy and the late Catherine Murphy, 1518 Grove ave., .became the bride of Edward Lee Passarelli, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Passarelli, 1141 ' East ave., Oak Park, in a 10 a.m. solemn High Mass in St. Mary of Celle Church. White and red poinsettias ; adorned the altar and white bows with springs of holly marked the pews. The St. Mary of Celle Choir sang the Mass, and Mr. James Stamm, choir director, ang the offeratory, Panis Angelicus. Officiating the ceremony were the Rev. James Dillon, the brides cousin, assisted by the Rev. James Dillon, also a cousin to the bride, and the Rev. Fabian Pakosta. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white peau de soie and lace, trimmed with rhinestones and pearls. Her crown of rhinestones held an illusion net veil. The bridal bou-, quet of white roses was centered by a white orchid. Veronica Murphy, the brides sister, maid of honor, and Mary Amato, also a sister to the bride, bridesmaid, wore red velvet ! gowns with red net overskirts. Their bouquets of white poinsettias were tied with red ribbons. . Kathy Amato, the brides niece, was a flower girl in a red velvet ; dress. From her wrist hung a basket containing red and white roses. The grooms mother attended the ceremony in a pale blue 'dress. Her accessories matched her dress and her corsage was a white orchid. James Passarelli, the groom: cousin, was best man. Raymond Kerley, Thomas Laper and Robert White 'were ushers. Thomas Amato, the brides newphew, was ring bearer. One hunder guests attended the wedding reception at the Oak Park Arms Hotel. Following a honeymoon trip which took them to the Wagon Wheel, Rocton, the newlyweds are now at home at 1636 Euclid ave. Junior Civic League Plans Family Night ' i The Berwyn Junior Civic League will present an original musical skit entitled Holiday in Paris Wednesday evening, April 30, "family night, at 8:15 in the Parkholme community house, 1820 S. 51st ave., for members, their families and friends. The skit was prepared by Mrs. Milton Bartosek and Mrs. Harold Wagner, Western Springs, with Mrs. Bartosek, music chairman, aided by Mrs. Leslie Martin, assisting chairman; Mrs. Raymond Benes, Broadview, program director, and Mrs. Jerry Borkovec, assisting program director. Choreography is by Mrs. Richard Alis and Mrs. Alfred Tuider, North Riverside. Providing musical accompaniment will be Ron Yoch and his orchestra. The cast consists of league members, Mrs. Raymond Benes, Broadview; Mrs. James Manda, Westchester; Mrs. James Neme-cek and Mrs. Stan Starz, soloists; Mrs. Alfred Forst, Mrs. Fred Tu-rek Jr., Mrs. Joseph Marik and Mrs. George Johnson in a ballet number, and Mrs. Raymond Bri-chetto, Chicago; Mrs. Edward Tyk and Mrs. Edward Smetana, Westchester, and Mrs. Fred Zeman, North Riverside, forming a singing and dancing quartet. Another dance number will feature Mrs. Irwin Minarik, Mrs. Frank Lakosil and Mrs. Robert Larson, Westchester, and Mrs. Jerry Borkovec. Mrs. Leslie Martin will perform in a pantomime skit Settings for the show were supplied through the courtesy of Mr. Maxime Vitu of the French Tourist Association. Prohaska Couple Reports 1st Baby Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. PrO' haska, Berwyn, are the proud parents of a baby boy, Richard Frank, bom March 27 at MacNeal Memorial Hospital. The baby, who weighed 8 pounds, 2 ounces at birth, will be christened this Sunday afternoon at St. Odilos Church, Berwyn. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Broucek. Mr. Broucek is Berwyns superintendent of water and acting chief sanitarian. The babys paternal grandfather reside in Tyler, Texas. Godparents will be Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Broucek n. Howell House Auxiliary to Hold Benefit Luncheon The Womens Auxiliary of Howell Neighborhood House, 1835 Racine ave., will sponsor its annual spring luncheon Monday, Apnl 28, at 12 noon. Story and Song is the title of an afternoon program to be presented by Mrs. John Zellers, Berwyn, accompanied by Mrs. A. B. Pryber, also of Berwyn. Proceeds of the affair will be used to send children to summer camp. On the committees for the luncheon are Mrs. Edwin H. Anderson, Oak Park, chairman; Mrs. Louis F. Berg, Clarendon Hills, tickets; Mrs. Edward Vy-borny, Berwyn, program chairman; Mrs. Milne C. Storms, Chicago; Mrs. R. A. McCormac, Oak Park assisting general chairman; Mrs. Francis A. Vetter, Western Springs, publicity; Mrs. Ottjo Reiners, La Grange, and Mrs. Raymond B. Kropp, River Forest In Riverside I Patricia Vance CHARM and MODELING SCHOOL of Chicago For the First Time Presents Classes IN drearily for oCivlng. 99 CLASSES STARTING WEEK OF MAY 1st Sponsored by RIVERSIDE CENTER ' " INFANT WELFARE SOCIETY OF CHICAGO , 4 Riverside, Illinois y t t Regular $75 6-Wwk 12-hr. Course available to you for just $20! TH program will bt Identical ta that available at 'the Patricia Vance Studies In Chicane. Manv et the beat Patricia Vanca teachers will coma ta RIVIRSIDI ta In.truct these claam All makeup mirrors and printed material provided. No "extra fa buy) Claaaat limited in ti,. with apll scaups far taanagam, hauaawlv and bu.lnam waman. M.rnl afT noon an" avenint slasaas ara bain scheduled. Sublocta covered Include: Posture, Welkins. Pe.hlan and , Styling, Makeup, Plgur Control, Valeo and Diction and Hair Styling all Indlvldualliedl ; Send Your Name, Address, Phono Number and specify preference as to day and time most convenient for you. Send check or money order to: t Mainly. jorj pSZZQCZ 7 tf j r vjK xyr fit? f , 4 V ' rfeiv if y J m i f ! 4" a , 4 A tfr'"- Discussing arrangements for an annual style show to be sponsored by the Blessed Virgin Society of SL Mary of Celle Church, 15th st and Wesley ave Tuesday. May 6. at 8 p.nw are society members (left to right, standing) Mrs. Arley WetseL 1320 Maple ave., doer awards chairman Mrs. August Svec, 1223 Euclid ave., decorations chairman, and Mrs. Roland Baron, 2120 Wenonah ave ticket committee chairman; (seated, front) Mrs. Leo Dunn, 1348 Grove ave., president; Mrs. Edward Hurler, 1817 Oak Park ave., chairman, and Mrs. Lawrence Bending, 1348 Grove aVe., ticket chairman. (LIFE Photo) St. Mary of Celle Society to Sponsor Annual Style Show Plans are well under way for the annual style show to be sponsored by the Blessed Virgin Society of St. Mary of Celle Church, 15th st. and Wesley ave., Tuesday evening, May 6, at 8 o-clock. Mrs. Edward Hurter, chairman, reports that Harms Fashions, Berwyn, will present the latest in chemise and sheath dresses, hats and accessories, all of which will be modelled by club members. Individually styled furs will be. presented by Sandler Furs. Mrs. A. W. Lifka, society member, will narrate the show and music will be presented by Allah DeWitt and his orchestra, with songs by the "Singing Sorinis." Chairmen for the show include Mrs. Lawrence Bending, tickets; Mrs. Arley Wetzel, door awards; Mrs. Joseph St. George, special award project; Mrs. August Svec, decorations, and Mrs. Leo Duhn, president and assisting chairman. Acting as ushers and junior hostesses will be members of the St. Mary of Celle Hi-Club. Beauty for oCivingr Beauty for oCi t co MRS. HENRY WEBER , 17S Maplewood Road ' Riverside, 111. Rl. 7-2398 or winp c MRS. PHILLIP MANNING 274 Maplewood Road . Riverside, III. Rl. 7-3842 Missed the Wedding? Read About It, See the Bride In the LIFE'S Society SeclionI St. Pius X Society Slates Games Party A colorful fashion show will be a feature of a card and games party to be sponsored by the Altar and Rosary Society of St. Pius X Church, 4300 Oak Park ave., Sunday at 3 p.m. Professional models will present fashions from Sarahs Dress Shop, Berwyn. Dessert and coffee will be .served and attractive table awards presented. Also to be awarded during a special award feature will be several very lovely gifts. i Party chairmen are Current society officers, Mrs. Charles Jarr, president; Miss Margaret Hart, first vice president; Mrs. Nick Martini, second vice president; Mrs. William Niacaris, third vice president; Mrs. Alex Becker, secretary, and Mrs. James Brda, treasurer. Assisting are the following members, Mrs. Rose Arch, Mrs. Victor Belcastro, Mrs. Vincent Bicicchi, Mrs. Joseph Bellezzo, Mrs. John Kosak, Mrs. Joseph Kowalski, Mrs. Donald Lacine, Mrs. Mildred Mahoney, Mrs. Peter Marchetti, Mrs. John Micetich, Mrs. Clyde Masters, Mrs. John Pintar, Mrs. Melvin Piotrowski, Mrs. Edward Prebish, Mrs. Leo Stan, Mrs. Joseph Stradal, Mrs. David Valley, Mrs. Allan Wehr-mann and Mrs. Walter Ziolkow-ski. Officers urge the men to join the women for this afternoon of games. Proceeds of the affair will go into the parish building fund. NSA Lake Shore . Chapter to Hold Dinner Meeting Approximately 308 members of Lake Shore Chapter, National Secretaries Association, will congregate for a 6 p.m. dinner meeting Monday, April 28, at the Sherman Hotel, Chicago. Speakers of the evening will be Mrs. Kathryn Lewis and Mr. Clarke Stayman. Mrs, Lewis, widow of Lloyd Lewis, historian, story-teller and newspaperman, is herself a reporter. Mr. Stay-man, a banker by profession, is a student of Russian history and an amateur photographer. Their tour with 30 Chicagoans behind the Iron Curtain gave them the idea of coupling their lecture series, highlighted by color slides, under the theme of Lewis and Clarke Expedition." Miss Lauretta Frederick, Liber-tyville, has arranged the program. Miss Grace Dormire, Chicago, will preside. Miss Bernice Balaishis, United in matrimony in an afternoon ceremony at St. Simeon's Church, Bellwood, . were Marvls O hlman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ohlman, Bellwood, and Ronald L. Blass, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee J. Blass, 3602 Elmwood ave. VanCura Photo Janet Collins Mr. and Mrs. Keith S. Collins, 26 S. Stone, La Grange, are announcing jhe engagement of their daughter, Janet, to John E. Smick-las Jr., son of the senior Mr. and Mrs. Smicklas, 3933 Oak, Stickney. ' Janet graduated from Lyons Township High School and is now employed by Casualty Mutual Insurance Co, of Chicago. Her fiance graduated from Mor. ton High School and attended Morton Junior College. The two young people are planning a July 12 wedding at SL Pius X Church in Stickney. (Hinchliffe Studio Photo) j a K Afternoon Ceremony Marvis Ohlman Becomes Bride of Ronald L. Blass Marvis J. Ohlman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ohlman, 4009 Van Buren st., Bellwood, and Ronald L. Blass, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. 3602 Elmwood ave., were wed in an afternoon nuptial ceremony in St. Simeons Church, Bellwood. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a full-length, princess-styled gown of lace, fashioned with an 18-inch train and double veiling. The bodice of the gown was enhanced by sequins and pink pearls. Her pearl and sequin headdress held in its place a net veiL The bridal bouquet was of white orchids. Joan- C. Ohlman, the brides sister, maid of honor, and Judith Ohlman, the brides sister, bridesmaid, wore lavender sheaths with plummage effect in back. Their bouquets were of pink carnations, and for jewelry they wore chokers and earrings of tiny pearls. Sandra Ann Gilley and Deborah Sue Gilley, the brides cousins, were flower girls in ice lace dresses. Ronald Schmitz, the grooms cousin, was best man. Richard Blass, the grooms brother, was an usher, and Leonard Barr Jr., son of the grooms cousin, was ringbearer. Thq brides mother attended the ceremony in a blue-gray dress. Her accessories were white, and, her corsage was h white orchid. The grooms mother wore a perry winkle blue dress with pink accessories and a white orchid corsage. Two hundred and twenty-five guests attended the wedding reception in the Marshall Square ballroom, Chicago. Following a honeyirtoon in Florida, the newlyweds are residing in Berwyn. chairman of the chapters nominating committee, will present candidates for office as proposed by her committee so that the chapter might select its officers for the new term. Catholic Nurses Set Annua I Meeting The Council of Catholic Nurses of the Archidocese of Chicago will hold its annual meeting Saturday, May 3, in honor of its patroness, Mary. A Pontifical Mass at 10 a.m. in Holy Name Cathedral will open the day, followed by a Communion breakfast meeting in the Sheraton Hofei. All registered nurses- may attend the meeting. Reservations may be made by calling Financial 6-4000, extension 247, from 1:30 to 7:30 p.m. Breakfast tickets are $3.50. , l r Jt' ' I ! I (Oil Ml j i K; iJIasb White Shoulders Bath Essence IMS ONLY MIH BSENCf WITH MUHVll NNCTION $& r i:dt 7 - to perfume-and luxuriate 'your bath ' ' ... SPLASH into your tub to perfume and refresh your body , . . . SPLASH on after you? bath to perfume and satin-glide your skin , 4. .SPLASH on any time - 4 . 3 8 os. $5.50 16 os. $10 pin tat Treasure Trove White Shoulder Cologne and Splaah Gift Set... $3.00 pin tax MCLLICtrS CHILDREN'S SHOP 6240 Cermak Rd, NATIONAL BABY WEEK i National Baby Week begins April 26. We're celebrating by continuing our storewide tale, plus offering many amazing new specials in our Infants Department. BABY WEEK SPECIALS! INFANTS' DRESSES r Handmade Philliplne imports in a wonderful assortment. Regular 83-98. ClilUSTENlIIG SETS 4-plec girls' style, 100 Nylon. Regular S7.90. iur:::ri kl?.o::os 3, 125 Atferfad pariah. Rag. c tad:... " BLANKETS 3 , 1 Rtctlvlng. Sag. Me aach U 10 INFANTS' SHAWLS 2?8 Rag. $4.1. Whlta and partal knit i m f BUTCHER BOY SETS 9 Olrl A boyt ttylM by JkK A Jill . lift m Ccften i Pull crib alia, bright print. Rag. $Mt .. - LAYETTE SETS Rag. S7.H 4 BIRDSEYE DIAPERS Rag. $3 par dotan . FITTED SHEETS 7Q Stayon, yaar crib die. Reg. $1.11 ...... - " " BABY PANTS Pamout brand plarile. Rag. Me. ( 39 Kzdscrsft SfsriSizm t-bettla elactrtc. Rag. $9.W BASKEMETTE Hawkaya. Rag. $7.S 6M COOTIE SETS 9 100 Orion. Otg. $340 ' w , All Soles Find. Mo laypways at these prices: M ' , Hours fJlonday & Thursday 9:23 A.M. to 9:23 P.M. - Dolly 9:30 to 6 r - S' n i. .v '

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