Scrantonian Tribune from Scranton, Pennsylvania on June 15, 1952 · 34
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Scrantonian Tribune from Scranton, Pennsylvania · 34

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Sunday, June 15, 1952
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31 Sunday, Jane 15, 1932 The Scrantonian Front Page Social Stories Including Marriages, Troths (Continued From Pare S3) fast for the bridal party was held at the Deitrick. Dinner was held at St Marys Auditorium, followed by a reception. The bridal table was decorated with bouquets of mixed Spring flowers and a five-tiered wedding cake. The bride is a graduate of Throop High School and is employed at the Marion Dress Co, The bridegroom, a veteran of three years in the Army, attended Archbald- High School. He is employed at the Sahara Corp. The bride was recently feted at a variety shower by Miss Marian Horvath and Miss Evelyn Marushock. Mr. and Mrs. Zadzura left for New York and Atlantic City, the bride wearing a powder blue suit with white accessories and corsage of white orchids. They will reside at 387 Main St, Sturges. Out-of-town guests included: Miss Jeanne Horvath, Detroit Mich.; Miss Joan Gedrimas, Kearny, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Horvath, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs. John Horvath, Berkley Heights, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nemeth, Newark, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gedrinas, Kearny, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Balkan, Bridgeport Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. Steve Farkas, Shelton, Conn.; Mrs. Andrew Karlak, Seymour, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. A. Semaan, Bridgeport Conn.; Mr. and Mrs John Bogusky, Bridgeport, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sekelsky, Stratford, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. George Checkan, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Gall, Mr. and Mrs. Pruzin-sky, Bridgeport Conn., and Mr. and Mrs Michael Farkas, South-bury, Conn. Junior CDA Jottings By EVELYN M. REILLY Counselors of the Junior Catholic Daughters will begin their seventh annual week-end training course at Little Flower Camp, Tobyhanna, Friday evening. Registration will take place from 5 to 7 oclock. All counselors are expected to be registered by 7 p. m. as the program for the week-end will open at that time. Rev. Edward T. Sullivan, SABIA-PANE Miss Virginia Ann Pane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Pane, was married to Bernard A. Sabia, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sabia, 520 Chestnut St, Dunmore, yesterday at 11 a. m. in St Anthonys Church, Dunmore. The Rev. Anthony Noviello, Hazleton, performed the ceremony before an altar decorated with gladioli and ferns. Sister Marie Caroline was organist and Miss Sue Sabiar, sister of the bridegroom, was soloist Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of imported Chantilly lace oyer blush imported net and satin with fitted bodice, long tapering sleeves, scalloped lace neckline and bouffant skirt with shirred ruffle ending in a short circular sweep. Her blush pink tiered French illusion veil was arranged from a lace cap bound in blush satin with seed pearls. She carried a prayer book with an orchid marker and shower of valley lilies. She wore pearls, a gift of the bridegroom. Miss Christine Genova, this city, was her cousins maid of honor. She wore a white organdy gown with, fitted bodice and pep-lum edged in green embroidery, matching stole and bouffant skirt, small white nylon net bonnet trimmed in green flowers and car' ried a cascade of white carna lions and valley lilies tied in green streamers. Miss Ann Therese Ruane and (Miss Jennie Cali, both of Dun more, were bridesmaids. They wore costumes and accessories identical to the honor attendant. They carried similar flowers. Joseph Palumbo, Dunmore, was best man. William Genova, this city, cousin of the bridegroom, and Joseph Pane, Dunmore, cousin of the bride, ushered. Breakfast followed at the brides home, dinner at the Twin Grill and a reception at the Green Ridge Club. For the wedding the brides : mother wore a royal blue taffeta I gown with navy and white acces' lories.' The' bridegrooms mother i wore navy lace over beige taffeta I with beige accessories. Both wore corsages of white orchids. When the couple left on a wed' ling trip to Chicago, the bride (Wore a yellow and gray tweed suit, black accessories and corsage of white orchids. They will -eside at 557 Chestnut St., Dun-nore. The bride, who was honored at several prenuptial parties, is graduate of Dunmore High' School md is employed by Kaplan Furni-.ure Co. The bridegroom, also a ! graduate of Dunmore, is employed :y the Grove Silk Cc., Dunmore. LEBEDA-BARBIERI Miss Maria Sarah Barbieri, laughter of Mrs. Carmella Bar jieri, 628 George St., Old Forge, secame the bride of Paul Lebeda on Of John Lebeda, 422 Fifth it, Taylor, yesterday at 10 a. m. n St. Marys Greek Catholic Church, Taylor. The Rev. Basil Dranorsky performed the cere-nony. The church was decor-ited with white gladioli, gypsop-lilia, cibotium ferns and palms, diss Margaret Mikalo was soloist. Given in marriage by her mother, Nicholas Barbieri, the sride wore an ivory nylon tulle ;own with low shirred neckline, hort cap sleeves, fitted bodice md full shirred skirt with short rain. Her tiered veil of illusion vas arranged from a Belgium lace ap. She carried an informal ouquet of white orchids, lilies of he valley and stephanotis. She vore a single strand of pearls. Miss Jean Poli, Philadelphia, .as her aunts maid of honor. he wore an aqua ballering gown f nylon net with fitted strapless mdice, off-shoulder stole and ouffant skirt. She wore match-ig accessories and carried a ouquet of . Summer flowers entered with a dark orchid. She ore a single strand of pearls. :dward Hudzina, Taylor, was best lan. Miss Claudia Reslo, Old Forge, iece of the bride, was flower girl, he wore a white imported Swiss rgandy gown with orchid under kirt and sash, and carried i asket of Summer flowers. She 'ore a hat of Spring flowers to iatch her bouquet. Breakfast and dinner followed (Continued on Page 35) X vLfc. .Vt r- 'Sft; . Xy Ij t i I Jt, Mrs. James Williams Jr, the former Miss Frances Czubowicz. Frances Czubowicz, James Williams Jr. In Church Nuptial Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Frances Czubowicz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Czubowicz, Lake Ariel, to James Williams Jr, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Williams in a double ring ceremony May 31 in St. Thomas More Church, Lake Ariel, with the Rev. James McAndrew officiating. Mixed Spring flowers, palms white ribbons and a white runner decora tetd. the church. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white satin featuring sheer yoke, scalloped neckline, fitted bodice, long sleeves, tapering to points at the wrists and full skirt with a seal loped peplum ending in a court train. Her handrolled fingertip veil of imported French illusion fell from a pearl and rhinestone tiara. She carried a mother of pearl prayer book with orchid marker and shower of baby breath. Miss Stella Czubowicz was her sisters maid of honor and Mrs Michael Andreychik, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Miss Barbar Andreychik, nice of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. They wore gowns of yellow, Nile green and lilac nylon net over taffeta, respectively, with tiaras of mixed Spring flowers in their hair and carried nosegays of matching flowers. Clair Hanlon, uncle of the bridegroom, was best man. A reception was held at Lake Ariel Hotel, after which the couple left for a motor trip to Canada. For traveling the bride wore a print dress, navy coat with white accessories and an orchid corsage. They will reside in Long Island, where the bridegroom is em ployed. S V ;V s yx 4 $ Mrs. Alex OPecko Jr, the former Marion G. Lentz. Cino Studio. The diocesan chaplain and director of Little Flower Camp, will officially welcome the counselors, leaders and faculty to the camp, and explain the purpose of the week-end course. Miss Katherine Reilly, program director, will outline the activities and various sessions for tiie three days training. Miss Reilly will be assisted by Miss Alice Collins, assistant director. Included in the activities will be model troop and parish meetings horior work, service hours, official ceremonies and recreational techniques. Panel discussions will be held on these various topics on Saturday afternoon with area leaders in charge of the ses. sion. Certificates will be awarded to counselors who have completed five, 10 or 15 years service. Service pins will also be awarded to those who have ordered them. Immaculate Conception Parish Troop St. Maria Goretti, Taylor, elected the following officers at a recent meeting, Anita Gatto, president; Sabina Ezdebski, vice-president; Helen Shevlin, secretary; Margaret Saar, treasurer; Joyce Schuler, reporter. The coun selor gave a short talk on correct manners to the troop. The meet ing concluded with the Act of Consecration to the Sacred Heart. Sabina Ezdebski was hostess to Troop St. iMaria Goretti at her home recently. Counselor Mary Shevlin discussed the religion of the honors stressing daily prayer by the Juniors. Cathedral Parish The Juniors of the Cathedral Parish attended a communion breakfast recently at the Deitrick. Preceding the breakfast, the Juniors attended the 8 oclock mass in St. Peters Cathedral where each Junior participated in the Presentation of Roses to the Sacred Heart. The Juniors and Counselors offered their communion for Bishop William J. Hafey. Miss Joan Strausburger was Junior toastmaster for the break, fast She was assisted with arrangements for the breakfast by the following committees, Miss Mary Clare Gillespie, reception; Miss Carolyn Lynch, entertainment; Miss Kay Wigley, reservations and invitations. Miss Ellen McGuire was pre' sented with a gift for her outstanding work during the past year. Miss McGuire completed her Fifth Honors. The Rev. John Purcell spoke on the values of the Junior program and the goal of each Junior. Peggy Herbert and Susan Lynch entertained with a tap dance. Nancy Gillespie, Grace Flynn, Marie Shea and Mary McMahon entertained with several vocal arrangements. Community singing was under the direction of counselor Ann Marie Kreis. Other guests present were the Rev. Arthur Kaschenbach and the Rev. William Higgins who also spoke to the Juniors on their work during the past year. Plans are being completed for a mother-daughter tea to be held in the CADOA at which time handcraft will be exhibited in the Junior Room. The mothers will then be taken on a tour of the new Junior headquarters. The Cathedral group is also completing arrangements for a wiener roast to be held at Nay Aug Park as a final gathering for the year. Waverly Women Feted at Picnic The ' annual picnic of the Waverly Womans Club was held recently at the home of Mrs. C. Lee Harvey. Assisting Mrs. Harvey as hostesses were Mesdames George Hire, E. S. Stone, C. S. Weller, J. H. Dunham, C. H. Cantwell, F. H. Cathrall and Searle vonStorch. Mrs. Carlyle Sullivan, president, and Mrs. Isadore Piedmont gave reports of the convention of Federated Women's Clubs held at Harrisburg. Mrs. John Remsen, Mrs. Rudolph Stiepoch, Mrs. M. S. Hardy and Mrs. Thomas Hardy were introduced to the club as new mem-bers. Marion G. Lentz, Alex OPecko Jr . Marry in Church Announcement Is made of ' the marriage of Marion Gerchman Lentz, daughter of Mrs. Josephine Gostisha, 1010 North Main St., Forest City, of Alex OTecko Jr., son of Mrs. Catherine OPecko, 686 Main St, Vandling, in a double ring ceremony June 7 in St Johns Greek Catholic Church, Forest City with tiie Rev. Joseph Shakaley officiating. The bride wore a white suit with white picture hat, white ac cessories and carried a prayer book with orchid marker. Mrs. Marion Hughes, sister of the bridegroom, was matron of honor. She wore a lime green suit with matching hat and white accessories and carried yellow gardenias with babys breath. John Mlinu, Vandling, was best man. Breakfast was served at Cem-pres, Forest City. ' . After a wedding trip to the New England States and Canada, the Immanuel Baptist Recital - Presented World Mission Unit By Piano Students To Hold Banquet The annual banquet of the World Mission Guild of the Im-j manuel Baptist Church will be held Monday at 6:30 p. m. at Caldwells, 731 Alder St Invocation will be given by Mrs. John Billek. Miss Edith Butz will be in charge of devotions. The following committees are arranging the event: Reservations, Mrs. Robert Thomas; decorations. Miss Louise Gray and Mrs. Eunice Bohl; entertainment Mrs. Russell Finn and Mrs. Lawrence Roberts and publicity. Miss Har. riet BohL NUPTIAL ANNOUNCED Mrs. Ernest Bender, Spring Garden St, Moscow, announces the marriage of her granddaughter, Miss Christyne M. Swartz, to Charles E. Havenstrite, in a ceremony May 31 at the Navy ChapeL Bermuda. The piano pupils of Mrs. K. O. Simons, 916 Marion St, presented their annual recital in the Green Ridge Baptist Church recently. Participant included: Alisa nn Bo-nifanti. Jay Young, Sharon English, Manuel Golnick, Germaine Tennis, Gary Scott, Barbara Vita-letti, Carol Magor, Mary Ellen Dougher, Joyce Huthmaker, Vincent Zahomasky, Billy Hogan, Doris Kehrli, Merrille Koffler, Gail Davis, Delores Walsh, Margaret Dougher, Judy Weinberg; Rose Mary Kryeski, Donald Ehr-hardt David Beynon, Barbara Gorny, Linda Skivington, Faith Rogers, Gail Barrett, Carol Cap-tor, Robert Ehrhardt David Foley, Betty Jean Hill, Bobby Fenster-macher, - Virginia White, Betty Jane Pascoe, Gay Lou Magor, Sherboume, Herbert Koffler, Arnold Golnick, Ann Zurbala, Jacqueline Davies, Donald Doran, Mona Mechwood, Elaine Skivington, Nina Kaplan, Sally Stans-bury. JPtL . Frank J. McDonnell Entertained at Party Mrs. Mary X. Godwin, 504 Monroe Ave., entertained recently at a hamburger roast in honor of her nephew, Frank J. (Mickey) McDonnell III, son of Attorney and Mrs. Frank J. McDonnell, on the occasion of his graduation from Cathedral Chapel High School and his entrance in Scranton University Prep School. Guests included Nancy Gillespie, Susanne Gibson, Helen Marie Fitzpatrick, LeDonne Shibley, Grace Flynn, Carol Ghthrie, Mary Margaret Meehan, Regina Murdock, Maureen McDonnell, Toni McDonnell, Joseph Dorsey, William McGee, William ' Gibson, Robert Lavis Gerald Simon, James Connelly, Dick Loftus, Jack Vockroth, William. Pace and John Brian McDonnelL couple will reside at 527 Inwood Rd., Linden, N. J. The bride attended Forest City High School and was employed as office manager' by Keystone State Shoe Co. The bridegroom, a graduate of Vandling High School, is employed in Rahway, N. J. Kappa Gamma Pi Conducts Luncheon Mrs. Robert Walton was elected president of Scranton Chapter, Kappa Gamma Pi, at a luncheon meeting held recently in Hotel Jermyn attended by approximately 30 members. Other officers named are: Mrs. Joseph Cullen, vice-president; Miss Mary Clare Meehan, secretary, and Miss Ruth Gilroy, treasurer. Miss Esther McHale, retiring president, presented gifts to the five new members, the Misses Nan Brown, Rosemary Fiorani, Mau reen Connolly, Geraldine OCon nor and Margaret Yeck. She also spoke on the recent convention of Kappa Gamma Pi, the national scholastic and activity honor society of Catholic womens colleges. The organization admits honor graduates who have distinguished themselves in college activities and is the highest ranking of all similar groups. Miss Betsy Ives, a junior at Central High School, gave an im personation of Victor Borga. She was introduced by Miss Alice Davitt, Kappa member and dramatic teacher at Central. The table was decorated with pink and yellow flowers. PILOTS "SHOW HEART BOSTON (UP) Pilots of Bostons Marine Corps air reserve squadron have taken under their wing five children whose fathers flew with their outfit in Korea and did not return. Among other things the unit has set up a trust fund to pay for college educations for the youngsters, all of whom are under three years old. McDermott says thanks The wonderful response to our "Grand Opening Days" announcement was gratifying, indeed. Several hundred dresses were sold and our stocks of styles and sizes rapidly depleted. We have just received new shipments and you'll find tremendous selections of prize-buys in Summer cottons awaiting you at McDermotts Tomorrow! The hundreds of women who visited McDermotts Dress Shop during Opening Days were anuwed to see the mammoth col lection of fine Summer Dresses- in a full range of sixes amazingly low priced! Rfl c ID) E IS BSI O T T S DRESS SHOP 111 PENN AVENUE ' f ' Just Two Doors Off Lackawanna Ave. DELICIOUS! THRIFTY! 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