The Times-Tribune from Scranton, Pennsylvania on April 5, 1951 · 23
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The Times-Tribune from Scranton, Pennsylvania · 23

Scranton, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, April 5, 1951
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.-fTTE SCRANTON TIMES. THURSDAY. APRIL 3. 1831, 23 Becomes Bride in Mayf ield Ceremdny o, I . . v , , t t " 'y J MRS. CHARLES W. SZOSTOWSK1 (GarcU Portrait) Tb marriage of Miss Jean Ann SUcko, daughter of William Stacko, 15 Griffin Ave, Carbondale, and the' late Mrs. Stacko. to Charles W. Szostowski. son of Walter Srostow- ski of Waymart and the late Mrs. Szostowski, took place Saturday at 11 AM. in Sacred Heart of Jesus Church, Mayfield. Rev. Joseph Morzewski performed the ceremony and was celebrant of the nuptial mass. Miss Camile Yuorkowski and Stanley Yuorkowski Jr.1 were vocalists with Stanley Yuorkowski Sr. at the organ. The altar , was decorated with Easter lilies, pink and white gladioli and cibotium ferns. Given in marriage by her father. the bride wore a gown of imported Belgian lace in a Chinese pattern. Net and nylon fashioned the fitted bodice which had long fitted sleeves and a bertha, j The lace skirt had a foundation of satin. Her veil or imported French illusion was arranged from a headpiece of lace. She carried a spray bouquet . of stephanotis and ivy centering twin lavendar orchids. Miss Ceil Gregilovitch of Car- bondale, maid of honor, and Miss Marion Benton of Carbondale, bridesmaid, wore shell pink marquisette' and lace gowns featuring cap sleeves, fitted bodice and a bertha forming a point at the front and back. They wore French straw Dutch bonnets. They carried spray bouquets of deep pink carnations and ivy. v William Stacko Jr. was best, man and Andrew Nobilski of Simpson was usher. Breakfast, dinner and a reception followed at Rusalavitch's Hall, Carbondale. When Mr. and Mrs. Szostowski left on a trip to the Southern States and Cuba, the bride wore a navy blue suit, white hat, navy blue accessories and a fur stole. They will reside on Fair Ave., Honesdale. The bride, a graduate of Benja min Franklin High School, Car bondale, is employed by Allen Un derwear Co., that city. Her husband, a graduate of Waymart High School, .is engaged in the lumber and excavating business. Ballet Guild Plans Trip to New York' . Fifty-three members' of the Scranton Ballet Guild made plans for a bus trip to New York City, Sunday, April 15, at their recent meeting in St. Luke's Parish House.. The buses will leave Scran ton at 9 AM. While in New York the group will attend a perform ance of the. American Ballet Com pany at the Metropolitan Opera House. Reservations may be made at 245 Wyoming Ave., until 6 PJA. on Saturday. The public is invited to make the trip. - Arthur V. Rosar presided during the . business session and jiamed Mrs. Joseph Pinkus chairman of the telephone squad, assisted by Mesdames Oliver Chandlee, Arthur V. Rosar, R. W. Nash, and the Misses Terry Fedor and Helen Zol- tonski. . Mrs. Gounod Evans was wel comed as a member of the Guild It was decided to sponsor a ballet performance in the FalL per haps in October. Committees will be named at the next meting which will be Sunday, May 13 at 2.30 P.M. at 245 Wyoming Ave. Following the business meeting, Robert H. Shulenberger presented An Afternoon of Ballet Music with excerpts from Tschaikovsky's "Nutcracker Suite" and "Sleeping Beauty Ballet"; George Balan- chine's : "Slaughter on 10th Ave nue": Delibes "Coppelia": Rossini'; Sylvia" and "Dance for Six" Strauss "Graduation Ball"; and Chopin's "Les Sylpbives." PERSONALS Mrs. Ann Golob, 209 Jefferson- : &d SeUach!n.e, t0morrW r Classes foe Women Robert Sims. 1707 Electric St. To Resume af CYC To Be Wed . to James G. Hopkins on May 5 V .A - V MISS JOSEPHINE MARGARET ZYCHOWICZT I Auxiliary to Meet In St. Mark's Church The Spring meeting of District 6 of the Woman's Auxiliary of the Scranton Convocation. Episcopal Diocese of Bethlehem will be held Thursday, April 12. in St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Dunmore. Rev. David Doughton, rector of the host church, will be celebrant of the holy communion service which will open the meeting at 10:30 A.M. Following the service. a short business meeting will be conducted. Mrs. Harry W. Lewis. Hazleton, diocesan president, and Mrs. El wood Allan, Jermyn. con- vocational vice president, will speak, , ana oiucers wiu give re ports. Luncheon will be served at.l2:30 PAL by the Women of St. Mark's Church, with Mrs. Edwin Heal and Mrs. George Kunz in charge of reservatio'hs. Reservations for the luncheon will close on Tuesday At the afternoon session at 1:30 P.M. Rev. Erastus H. Green will speak on "World Council of Churches of Christ." Rev. Green is secretary of the United Churches of lackawanna County. in. Charles Shike will speak on 'The Church Woman's Opportunity for Sendee Today." Mrs. Shike, a resident of this city, assists ber husband in his work as regional director of the state staff of the YMCA All special interest classes for women will be resumed at the Dunmore, is a patient in Moses Tay lor Hospital. rT" va Uiuuii i. . Catholic Youth Center this evening Rocky Glen Rd., Moosic, is a MA . . . . . surrical raUent in Tavlor HosoitaL ter three-week Easter, interval Miss Jean Kessler. 239 Putnam The f08 1x1 hridge, hat design-StTS a "Juent in Moses Taylor JKF-&J Antique Show Scheduled By JWV Post Auxiliary Mrs. carl weisraan, chairman of an antique show and sale May 14, 15 and 16 at Hotel Jermyn, spon sored by the 'Ladies Auxiliary to Sandy Weisberger-Leon Kaplan ost, Jewish War Veterans, has announced that out-of-town deal ers will display unusual items. The show will be open from noon to 11 PM. daily. Exhibitors will include Paul E. Bernheimer. Nor ton, Mass., who will present displays .of figurines in bisque and Dresden, early American and Vic torian china, colored glass and an outstanding display of prints. Proceeds will be used for the benefit of hospitalized veterans Tickets may be purchased from any member of the organization or at the door. Ex-Resident of City Featured in Article Mrs. Cortland Leigh of New York, the former Laura Jean Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayland H. Davis, 418 Wheeler Ave., is the subject of an article published recently in a metropolitan news paper. Mrs. Leigh, purchasing dietitian at St. Luke's Hospital, New York, (since 1946, gives some ideas on Dr.. and Mrs. John Zychowicz.1 1118 Green Ridge St., announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Josephine Margaret, to James Golden Hopkins, son of Mrs. Richard Hopkins, 410 South Main St., Pittston, and the late Mr. Hopkins. The wedding will be on Satur day, May 5, at 10 A.M. with a nup tial mass in Holy Family Church. Rev. Stephen A. Kollar, pastor, will officiate. Breakfast for the immediate families will follow at Hotel Casey. Miss Miriam Majernik will be maid of honor and Edward Hopkins I Scranton Alumni Association. appendectomy. quested to report to theLynett Miss Mary Pradon, 433 Prescott UyCeum before going to the spe- Ave, nas reiurnea irom new xorcial sessions. wnere sne anenaea me imerna- expected that announcement tional 1Iair show- will be made tonight of the new Mrs. Frank Saralinski.. 1129 Hskm tn h nfforpd for women South Webster Ave., is spending at the center. The selection of two weeks witn her sister, Mrs. these classes was based on re-William Pearson, of Upper Darby, quests made by women atending Pa. the first sessions, and by members Robert Hanick. 12, twin son of 1 who made their revests known by Mr. and Mrs. William Hanick, 733lmu Pne t0 w oirecior Capouse Ave underwent an appendectomy yesterday in State HospitaL a, Miss Barbara Harris, a senior at Wilson College, has been initiated into Phi. Beta Kappa at the col lege. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Harris, 2333 North Washington Ave. ' . Miss Joan Kelly, 912 Alder St., and Miss Geraldine Higgins, 309 Birch St, are attending the Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C-, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A Cyril Phillips, McLean Gardens, Washington.! combating high prices for food with the employment of various menus and the utilization of more staple and solid foods. Mrs. Leigh's husband. Dr. Leigh, graduate of Alleghany Genera Hospital, Pittsburgh, had four and one-half . years of service in the Amy Medical Corps, and recently completed five years of service in St. Luke's Hospital, New York. He is now engaged in chest surgery at Seton Hospital, that city. The former Miss Davis, whose wedding took place July 8 in the Fourth Presbyterian Church, New York, was graduated from Centra High School and Pennsylvania State College where she majored in dietetics. She served her in ternship at St Luke's Hospital. Married Saturday in Jesiup Church J ' V s - x ft i tM A ... ici rw t of Bridgeport, Conn., will be his brothers best man. Ushers will be Thomas Cawley of Pittston; Robert Quigley of Forty Fort: Dr. A. J Cummings and Cesare Antoniacci fTl 1 1 1 & 1 .1. ine onae-eiect, a graauaie oi Marywood Seminary and Marywood College, is associated in business with her uncles in the Obrana Press. Mr. Hopkins, a graduate of West Pittston High School and the University of Scranton, is manager of the Subregional Veterans Administration Office in Scranton. He is president of the University of CLUB NOTES MRS. VITO CIACUA SOCIAL NEWS Mrs. Paul Amadio and Miss Mari on Kurnts of Vandling entertained recently with a shower party in Borough Hall, that place, in honor of Miss Rosemary Amadio, 527 Main St., Vandling. There were 70 guests. Mrs. Peter Stolan, 211 North Cameron Ave., entertained her card club recently at home. High scores werd made by Mrs. Joseph Devine, and Mrs. Roy Randomonski. Other guests were Mesdames Harry Zen ke, Edward Scheller, Andrew Bed' nar, Michael Echon and Patrick Farrell. Invitations have been issued by Mr. and Mrs. John E. Buggy of Williamstown for the marriage of their daughter, Marie, to Leonard Czarnecki, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Czarnecki, 617 Dundaff St Dickson City. The weddirig will be on Satur day, April 14, at 10:30 AM. in Sacred Heart Church, Williams- town, and will be followed by reception in Lykens Hotel, Lykens Honoring Miss Mary Lois Morris 1538 North Washington Ave., bride-elect, Mrs. William Lance Mrs. John Giblin and Mrs. William R. Graff entertained recently with a variety shower at Mrs. Graff home, 931 Moosic St There were 12 guests. Daffodils and white daisies were Continued en Page 34) Births at Hospitals AT MERCY A daughter April 5 to Louis and Augusta Gurevitex Weinberger, 177 Moosic Rd., Old Forge. A son April 4 to Bernard and Mary Stancheski Archaniolowicz, RD 2, Factoryville. AT ST. MARY'S j A daughter April 4 to Paul and Ellen Sweeney Genarda, 2800 Bir- ney Ave. A son April 4 to Joseph and Rita Black McDerroott 2610 Cedar Ave. AT WEST SIDE A son April 5 to Fred and Doris Prya Aldrich. Mehoopany. A son April 4 to John Anthony and Ava Puras Tylutke, 316 North Van Buren Ave. AT TAYLOR A daughter April 5 to Arthur and Irene Zrublo Knopp, 1242 Morey St, Old Forge. A daughter April 5 to James and Margaret Riddle Howard, 343 Sussex St.. Old Forge. A son April 4 to William and Mm Effie Scighotu, diuhtrr bome, dirncr at Dcruerj's Reiir of Mr. and Mrs. Felix ScacliottL rant Da sin e. and a reception t Electric City Council 150. Dauh-'.525 Third Ave, Jmup. was mar-i SbastxeIU's Hall. Jcsmp. Setters of America, will meet toniht ried Saturday in St. Mary's As-'ceant and Mrs. OasUa left tor Mew 8 in GAR Hall. Mrs. Mildred sumption Church, Jessup. to Set i York, the bride weanrt a gry Owens will preside. Officers are Alto Ciariia. son of Leonard C .rsbardise rait nary blue acre asked to wear white. Iieka, 423 Smith St, Dunmore. Rev. res and an orchid corsaje. iDr. William Boyd performed the. The former Miss SralKU. a The Women of St. Luke s Church ceremony at 9 A.M. and was ecle- rraduate of Blakely Ilixa Sch4, will conduct a luncheon meeting brant of the nuptial mass The wt employed by Ceclncal Re-tomorrow at 1 P.M. in the parish altar was decorated with Easter ctanc Corp.. Jessup Serrrant house. Mrs. Charles Shike will 'lilies. iCiaglia. a graduate of Dunnrt speak on "My Observations at the Given in marriage by ber fa-'ltifh School, to with the 109th la-United Nations." jther, the bride ore a white satin fantry Regiment at Camp At'.rr- .gown fashioned with a high round bury. Ind. Gladys Watkins Post 550. Amer-J neckline, sheer yoke of illusion, a ican Legion, will meet tomorrow; bertha of satin and Chantilly lace g;q S;sfer Executive at 8 P.M. in Koch-Conley Postiand a full skirt with an inset of 3 Home. North Washington Ave. Mrs 'the ruffled lace down the back ofjlO D Heard On KOOiO Martin T. OMalley. commander.Uhe skirt. Her Cinder tip-length Mua Bertha D. MacNeiU. ho u will preside. I'"1 f illusion was arranged from completing ber 25th ear ai eiff a satin cloche. She carried a prayer, tjve secretary of the Br Sarter Or- Scranton City Chapter. Daugh-,book with an orchid marker. canua'uon, a Red Featbrr Areacy. ters of the American Revolution, will meet at the Lackawanna Historical Society Home. 232 Monroe Ave. on Monday at 2:30 PJ4. The board will meet at 1 PM. Mrs Raymond Fellow s, regent will preside. At the general meeting, a film entitled "The Rehearsal," will be shown. Tea will be served. Miss Mary Lou Silvestri of Peck- will be interviewed tomorrow at ville was her cousin's maid of -2:43 PJL over Radio Suuoo Marriage Licenses HuIm. Scranton. Martin Ort. Scranton laiky. Scranton. honor. She wore a Nile green Chantilly lace and marquisette gown made with a scalloped neck line Nile picture hat She earned yellow carnations. WARM. On Monday at noon, she wOl be heard over the Scranton Times Sta- aad lace pepiom. She ort,ti0n, WQAN, on the "Open House" green mitts and a msicmng 'program. In honor of Miss MacNnll's silver The ondesmaias. miss ihiriey tr IVr,fF,,l inn mm m I1 frm Farrow of Peckrille and Mus Ann" House will be conducted at the Kolsovsky of Jessup. wore yellow 'rirU Hnh m Fourth a m Roy P. Schofiald. Scranton; Buth C. t ffown. made identical to that worn -rs. .,.1. inton r ' . . . . : crtnid B- oy me maia on nonor. iney wore, pounced as Irom 4 to 8 PM have mitrkinn mittc rA r i- 11 r-m Vi s f ! tw . m a a a 1 nv airnai err ft f infml rirnt. a & m . , . m . . 1 v 1 sa 1 ivvi v v m Miiuu .iur ; 1 in m f i CPPCalUaVC GI St East Stroudsburg iU0M- ifrom different sources. A son April 4 to Willard and Donato Ciaglia wa, best man Sal-j Mr James W. McNulty is chair- Dorothv Kambeck Holeate. Susaue-ivwre cco na scagnwu man w in aiiair ana atrs aug&aa hanna Ave.. Clarks Summit r- ushers. A daughter April 4 to William! After breakfast and at the Wilson is president of the organi- bride's zation. Agnes Fratago Jenkins, 110 Arnold Ave. AT STATE A daughter April 4 to Richard and Dorothy Laskey Donvito, 1218 Lloyd St. A son Anril 4 to Michael and Naomi Kelly O'Boyle, 533 Green ;Mary Manoski Otak, 3204 Laurel si., wuryea. 1 Ave. A son Apnl 4 to reward and A son April 4 to Joseph and Mary ujwuu. icauiu. u iiarrison oral. 8iv neeier Ave. George St., Moosic. a son April 4 to Kenneth and AT HAHNEMANN Marilyn Lesh Hice. RD 1. Clarks A daughter April 4 to Michael I Summit 3 RING... and Elizabeth Sumilas Kaminskas, 1812 Cusick Ave. A daughter April 4 to Robert and A son April to Aloysius and Margaret Card Holleran, 1144 Dr-rig St, Dunmore. SENSATION OF THE YEAR... NEWEST WASHDAY IDEA! W 1 ?;..' - 7 SLIM 'N' STRAIGHT... Elected by Auxiliary Mrs. Henry E. Collins was elected president of the Ladies Auxiliary ox the cortex cottage uud at a recent meeting in the Twin Grill. I Mrs. Charles McGeehan presided. 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