Scrantonian Tribune from Scranton, Pennsylvania on August 5, 1956 · 26
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Scrantonian Tribune from Scranton, Pennsylvania · 26

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1-. s',. fcTJ.V .- -;.n vw'i-. '. 'll djtj'&J 2 jff '0,, ':TI wwiJffimi ' -4' .-jS-. :. !SfA , 2(U-3undT. Ang, 3, 1936 .-vto, X 4- .v;,- XfcirUVadr r. Vr.sryivMaiw C"" -ye wrfivrrv? iw lytavfr 'wsK - Ti i rlfcrtH.i'". . fc'.lYVVtfi V iHUB - l Tie Screntonlan '-V,'',-'k Vf V ' -' ' '?.cJr, ' . 7- -.4 f' j"Ti r.'r " 'iy p j a . fir .-.r.. ,,,:- . kV t. .. f f ." fy ','' ' 'W'l'r-t'tfvv .' A Mr 4' . . ,- ... ,.L uaret Ryan W eds Dan Orr, ! Scrantonian-Tribune Reporter V, .- , 4 ' 1 t. M, woman who mrrUf n nrtmn aro IPtrturM ' ttJE-.Za .olu.ni. aptmat an .UM .nt ! X Urf. t MAtraivcf tn hi oocii SectioAj 1 1 ' Holy Howry Church. North Scranton, was th scene of an . Auruat weUirnatday at 10 a. m. when MUa Margaret '; lata Mr. Ryan, became the bride of Uv.Orr, aon of Mr. and Mra. WtUard Orr, 2303 Adama Ave. Mulrooney The Rev. Harold performed the double ring ceremony before an altw deorated with white gladioli and clbotium feme. White aatln bowa marked the guest pewa. Patrick Murphy waa aololst and Miss Mary Louise Devers waa organist. Given in marriage by her - godfather, Jamea F. Noone, this City, the bride wore an exquisitely simple walU-length gown of embroidered Swiss organdy featuring a fitted bodice, elongated a q u a r e scalloped-edged neckline, brief lec',e end bouffant skirt terminating et the hemline In matching embroidered organdy acaHops. Her tiered fingertip veil of Imported illusion was arranged from a headpiece of finely pleated organdy. She wore r. A blue hat and matching accessories. Both wort orchid corsages. The bride is a graduate of Throop High School and is employed at Lucas Pharmacy, Olyphant. The bridegroom, a grid- Thelma Higby, Jessup Man Are Married Rev, G. G, ,$ummron Officlatg af Nuptial In Packvilia Church . a uate of Plttston Township High Sfh07."t(!?,?frp?nltnnTeVnI RHcd bodice featuring a sweet nical Institute and Pittston VO- . . nlrUn Innff tun-rlm Miss Thelme Higby, daughter of Mr. and Mra. Morton Hig?y, 429 Ridg Rd, Peckvllle, and David Uccellani, aon of Philip tcelknl, 913 Court St., Jessup, were united in marriage Saturday, July 28, at 9:30 a. m. In the First Methodist Church, Peckvllle. The Rev, George G. Summerson performed the ceremony. Olven In marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor-length gown of white satin with a ingle" choker strand mS bridal rearls and short white gloves cational School. A veteran of two years service with the V S. Army, he is employed it Die Tobyhanna Signal Depot. For traveling to Miami Beach, Fla., the bride wore a three-piece suit of white sailcloth with striped blouse and matching liner, black patent leather accessories and a corsage of white orchids. The couple will reside at 711 Dunmore St., Throop. . She carried an informal spray of white baby carnations and stephanotia with white-edged 1VMlss Angela Ryan, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a gown of turquoise chtx-fon organdy designed on lines similar to that worn by the bride. She wore ahort white gloves and carried a spray of baby pink carnations and Ivy to match her floral headpiece RJCCI-PARIS Miss Marie Ann Paris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Paris, 520 V4 Pleasant Ave., became the bride of Robert D. Ricci, son of Mr. and Mra. Joseph Ricci, 1013 Blakely St., Jessup, yesterday at 9 a. m. in 9t. Patricks Church, West Scranton. The Right Rev. Msgr. Salvatore Florey, pastor of St. Lucys Church, performed the cere- - Lilu Vv,i niV' wii mony. Miss Rose Trapani was hlf brctherkbeif man! Gene organist and Mrs. Joseph Colizzo heart neckline, long tapering sleeves and full shirred skirt. Her fingertip veil oP French illusion was arranged from a matching cloche. She carried a colonial bouquet of white rosea and lilies of the valley. Mis Patricia Whiting, Peck-vllle, waa maid of honor. She wore an aqua strapless gown of nylon net over crystalette with mntching ahrug Jacket and head-piece with nose veil. She carried a colonial bouquet of white roses. George Whiting. Peckville, 1 was best man. Breakfast and a reception followed at the Higby residence, after which the couple left on a wedding trip to the Poconos Upon their return, they will reside at 913 Court St., Jessup. The bride, who was honored at a variety ahower prior to her marriage, is employed by Barbl-zon of Jessup, Inc. The bridegroom is employed by the Baze-ly Construction Co., Dunmore. Boylan, Plains- uncle of the bridegroom, -nd Joseph- Ryan this City, brother of the bride, ushered. . ' Brunch followed at The Castle for the Immediate families. The brldei mother wore a navy cotton sheath dresa with pink hat, navy and pink accessories and carried a corsage of pink orchids on her purse. The bridegroom a mother wore a steel blue nylon 'lace dress wlth matching. feathered hat and corsage of orchids. For traveling when the couple left on a wedding trip to the Poconos and Atlantic City, the bride wore a beige linen tailored dress with matching accessories and corsage of baby carnations. -The former Miss Ryan was honored at several prenuptial parties. Hostesses included: Me-dames Crane Holmes, Joseph Naughton, George Noone, James Noone and James Roland ana the Misses Sallie Buchner, Joyce Davies, Liz Mireskl and Joan Orr, A graduate of Holy Rosary High School, the bride was employed in the -business office ol The Scranton Tribune and Scranton! an before her marrlaK ADVICE FOR'PARENTS . Haf .. fff't' . A- ? - V, r . i ... t: t , i w. hi J . j , V ' , 1,1 i , . 4 r n-i . Ll $ -4 4 Mrs. David Uccellani, the former Miss Thelma Higby. Carls Olyphant Studio. jri- 'i.hW; a1 ,-g. TIm Vi't, -$ i "''TtriM- hoh-T-oVduf qaaffyerkfy water-proof protection la very k gy a ge-vu ' Dressing the Children Properly Will Help Them to Beat the Heat -V By DOROTUT T. WHIFFLE, JHD v ' 'MV Newafeaterea Let not just grouch and groan through tha heat wavea were bound to have every Summer, There ar a few things we car do to keep the whole family a little more comfortable. Take the question of clothing. The four principle of hot weather clothing are: Loose fit, light weight, porous texture and light color Snug clothing prevents the circulation of air around the body. There la little opportunity for perspiration to evaporat. Evaporation la nature way of cooling us off. Watch, the childrens clothes and aee to It that armholes sre wide and loose, that neck and leg openings are roomy and free. At the rate at which children grow you need to be especially careful that Whll you and the children ar out In the sun light, colored clothing will reflect the auns rays, while dark colors absorb them. Youre cooler in light colored clothes. The babys clothe should follow the aame principles as those for the rest of the family. When ita very hot the baby needs only a diaper and a loose fitting porous garment. He better off heating. If youra vary anxlou for soma protection - from ihe baby's sudden deluges use wool soakers. Contrary to wbat you might think they ar much lest heating than the thin but tight rubber or plastic pants. On th babys bed put ona or even twonon-A-a ter proof quilted pads between any waterproof protection you have over ths msttress. If you dont believe a rubber aheet la hot Just try lying on on om night , when . the temperature is In the 90s. You'll never make yqur baby do It if you've ever done it yourself. RICHTER REUNION . . Th Richter Family Reunion will be at Hugglera Grove, Ransom on Sunday, Aug. 12 beginning at noon. Games and a meeting will be in charge of John Richter president, 213 North Everett Av. Prizes will be awarded. ID LC yV I L4R i lj vaitui H'"' i r- --- " , they art not made xtr un if you do put loose top gar comfortable In hot weather Vlth'ment on him than if you leave ... .... ...JtL - 1 .. . DeLUa tight, outgrown clothing. Hot weather clothing needs to be light in weight but even more important it ahould be porous, so that air can circulate through it as well as around it. Cotton has always been a Summer standby and still Is. Some of the new miracle fabric are also porous, but some sre not. For Summertime pick your miracle fabrics with this quality in mind as well as the fact that they do not require Ironing him with only t diaper. Babies like the rest of us, perspire when it's hot. But babies chill very easily too. You know how you feel when youre all wet with perspiration and theres a sudden breeze youre chilly. A baby will sometimes get so chilled that he becomes sick. Keep a loose fitting shirt on the baby even in hot weather. And another thing for the baby leave off the rubber pant during a heat wave. The Permanently lemeved BtnlmlfaM M ! Ml? m nland ay ylrtMui tM to toll Ml III ytinuMI. yaw tat a f m MinlttHH ul m tta (araalM. rayl ln Mtllil rcsiMNSNTI.V niM,M Sato b anna, aa ha Mary C. Harris 241 Lincoln Building Phan 01 7-0 ) 11 Sfoehr & Fisfers greof sfore-wide even? was soloist. ... Escorted . by .her. father, the bride wore a gown of white lace and nylon tulle over taffeta with fitted bodice featuring a tunic-effect square neckline, off-shoulder sleeves and bouffant skirt of nylop tulle appliqued with lace and sequins. Her fingertip veil of imported French illusion was arranged from a lace crown etched with seed pearls and iridescent. She carried- a cas cade bouquet of white stepha-notis, glameilas and white orchids. Miss Nancy Mackrell was maid of honor. She wore a gown of white nylon tulle over taffeta with fitted strapless tunic-effect bodice, lace jacket with American beauty bow in the back and bouffant skirt. She wore a skull cap of lace trimmed with Ameri- can beauty sequins and carried j spray of American Beauty! roses. I Miss Marguerite Genova, niece, of the bride, and Miss Susanne; Mastrocola were bridesmaids.! They wore gowns identical to the maid of honor and carried similar bouquets. James Fidatti, Jessup, was his cousins best man. Gene Ricci, Entertain at Party Miss Carol Schlude, Philadelphia, who is spending the Summer with her aunts, Mrs. William Haggerty and Mrs. Frank Livingston, at Lake Sheridan, recently entertained her young friend at a lawn party. Games were played and refreshments served. Among th guests were: Pammy, Wendy and Gretchen Squires. George and Betty Eisle, Dale, Dana, David and Dean Lindner, Peter and Glnny Sue Zurfleih. Assisting In serving were: Mrs. Frank Livingston, Stella Thayer, Glnny Squires, Ginger Zurfleih and Helen Barnes. n traYfgh Schofl" sndteatfended JesTup, VrVt h e"r of the bride-' the University of Scranton. He is veteran of four years serv ice in. the U. S. Army as a com bat correspondent in Korea. He waa employed by the New York MATTHEW'S, BEAUTY CENTER Olito Stare ra. di t int PERMANENTS $8.50 up Complete Expert Hair Cutting Pormanant Waving Halt Styling Bipeif Halt Coloring Daily News before Joining the news staff of The Scranton Tribune and Scrantonian, where he ir also - unit - secretary -of Scranton Chapter, American Newspaper Guild. , . . , Mr. and Mrs. Orr will be at home, 1857 Yard Ave.. after Aug. T9. and welcome as good newt... our smart new Fall CAMELI-SOFRANKO Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sofranko. fill Cypress St., Throop, announce the marriage of their daughter, I MisS- Elaine S. Sofranko to George E. Camel!, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard C.amell, 30 Winter St., Pittston, which took place yesterday at 10 a. m. In St. John the Baptist Church, 'Th'ro'p;- with the Rev,-Joseph! S. Tomicek performing the double-ring ceremony and nuptial I mass. The brides brothers - eisted in serving the mass as " altar boys. Mias Anne Marie Parana was' organist and Pauli Gross, vocalist. White gladioli and ferns decorated the altars, i The bride, given In marriage by her father, wore a gown tf antique ivory handcllpped rose-point lace embroidered , in iri-J descents and seed pearls, wit I fitted bodice, scoop neckline,! short sleeves and mitts to match. j The ' voluminous fkyrt of . lacel ' ' billowed ' over hoops Ifnd fea-l vtured an overskirt of pure silk I taffeta forming a redingote ef- FOOT SAVER SHOES Every pair made over Foot Saver's famous give you trim, snug fit. Shown, just one from our exclusive Foot Saver collection, all at 20.95 great August ARENA- .feet with a hack pauf extending! . 1l .. M iL . ..it. j I OF 5 CRANIO N Uii i.-uvv V . " ! , , van Safranko titter v -- m m honor. - wL D f-WfT ' ! t -' .lv' Mtired iff' pfnk-'ficwr-f-- . fill f i.;iU&7tJLwv4S - to of embroidered . r" . 7 w , , r , . f to the scallops of the cathedra train. Her veil of hand-rolled silk illusion fell from a ballerina crown of seed pearls and lri descents. She carried a prayer - - book with- a marker of -white orchids and HR? of the valley w v , 5 as jUia Sofranko tietet of heide " She Wkl a , s length gowa - . ' loft organdy with a coverup detachable fichu fitted bodice. Ac-. scenting the, embroidered nylon deeply flounced -skirt was a pink velvet bow at the top1 with streamers to hemline. She- wore a matching crystalette leaf cap vwith nose veil, and wore short -whIte g3ovcs.'She-carried a bou-quet of blue roses with green ivy. ' The Misses Mary Rudlck, Detroit, Mich., cousin of the bride; I Fomen't Shoet -fourth jloqr J - Soiteen-liried i iji w .-Tioseznary Cameli, pittston, sis- .ter of the bridegroom, and Joan Mu to, Throop, were bridesmaids. They wore outfits identical to that of the maid of honor,. carrying deep pink bouquets. They alt wore a single strand of pearl and earrings, gifts of the bride. John Chimento, pittston, was 'best man. Bernard Cameli, Gabino and John Pocceschi, all of Pittston, ushered. - Breakfast was held at . AD Saint Hall, Dunmore; where dlnncr and a reeeptiott were he'd . later In the day; . -1 - For- fc''d3ughteTs xreidIr1g, Mr. Sofranko wore x whit organdy dress embroidered, with rj- aft jTnOs-gret,iVss -green velvet sash, and moss green ec- cessories. The bridegroomsaliifl cessories. The brldegroo mi mother wore a dress of blue lace. I' i I I1 k raverse plus-installatioiivivalMor only -129 . ' - Here's quality end workmanship tailored to your order in cool summer colors "and patterns." These are the fabrics most people want sailcloth, barkcloth, textured, fir en weaves and "novelty fabrics. AH cotton os welj 4 as blends of cotton and rcyorr. And of course, Sfoehr & Fister's unmatched workmanship with all the. extras you don't normally get such as matching or contrasting welting, box or kick pleats, snop enclosures. Well cut and pin-fit the fabric right on your furniture to assure perfect fit-then tailor .the covers in our well-equipped workrooms. And os we headlined our story REGULAR PRICES: 3-PIece slipcove! sef 148.60 '2 Pairs sateen-lined draperies 5460 2 Judd traverse rods installation , A . -- . - fhQfrjXy sizes. 3 Vi to 6. , besides the 3-piece custom-made slipcover set, you get 2. pairs of sateen fined draperies, 2 Judd traverse rods and FREE installation; oTf'for the' Insignificant priceof onfy $T29t' 1 , , - TOTAL T234.08 ! ' -fourth floor. 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