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.THE SCRANTON TIMES. SATURDAY. JULY 29, 1950.- 2 Prospective Brides and 2 Youpg Women from Area Who Were Married This Morning ? J it, .' t ' ' s L'7 . : i - 7V -3 4- 1 :u , ' ,''- Mat.;., lt4.Ti .ta . v r ' A - V- : :7 X' MRS. WILLIAM J. REINSTAOLER (GarcU Portrait) MISS ESTHER KAUFMAN (Garcia Portrait) MISS JEANNETTE CAROL TALLO (Powell Portrait) MRS. GEORGE C. McNAUGHTON (Olyphant Photo) SOCIAL NEWS ITEMS St Peter's Cathedral was the scene this morning at 11 for the marriage of Miss Marian Elizabeth Wegge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome V. Wegge, 1015 Madison Ave., to Thomas Francis Drost, 417 East Market St, son of the 'late Thomas F. Drost and Mrs. Vincent Mireski. The ceremony was performed with a nuptial mass by Rev. Michael J. Quinn, pastor of Christ the King Church. White gladioli, palms and ci-botium ferns were used in decorating the altar and the gladioli was tied with white satin ribbons on the guests pews. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an ivory satin gown ia-de with a basque bodice gathered into the full skirt which ended in a cathedral train. The off-shoulder neckline was finished with nylon illusion flowers centered with seed pearls. Her tiered veil of ivory illusion was arranged from a cap of ilhision and satin. She carried a formal bouquet of white orchids and stephanotis. Mrs. William II. Tonkin, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Her gown was of seafoam green marquisette over taffeta. It had a wide crushed satin sash with a with a bow at the back. She wore matching marquisette gauntlets and a satin cloche. She carried a cascade bouquet of orchids. Miss Elizabeth Mireski, sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid. She wore a maize marquisette Sown, matching 'gauntlets and a satin ploche. She carried a cascade bouquet of orchids. Raymond A. Drost, Norris, Tenn., was best man for his brother whose ushers were Joseph Kroll, brother-in-law of the bridegroom; and William H. Tonkin, brother-in-law of the bride. Breakfast at the home of the bride for the immediate families was followed by an afternoon reception at Odd Fellows Hall, Madison Ave. The bride's mother wdre a toast tone tissue faille dress and black velvet accessories. The bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Joseph Kroll, wore a Navy blue dress and pink feathered hat. Both wore orchid corsages. Mr. and Mrs. Drost will spend a short time in the Poconos and later will leave for Laramie, Wyo., where they will reside. For traveling, the bride wore a cocoa brown dress, natural linen lace bolero jacket, matching cloche, dacia doeskin accessories and a corsage of orchids. The former Miss Wegge is a graduate of Technical High School and attended Scranton Lackawanna College. She was employed by Dillon-Eashum Inc., wholesale florists. Mr. Drost was graduated from Central High School and attended the University of Tennessee for three years. He is a senior at the University of Wyoming where he is a member of the "W" Club and Scabbard and Blade, honorary military aociety. Mrs. James, A. Doherty Jr., 1717 Green Ridge St., entertained at a luncheon today in the Country Club of Scranton in honor of Miss Lois Ginley, 111 West Drinker St., Dun-more, a September bride-elect. White snapdragons and asters with baby breath in a white pedestal bowl were used in the table centerpiece. Guests included: Mesdames Francis M. Ginley, Thomas P. McWil-liams. James A. Doherty, Guy Ardi-zoni, William J. Corcoran, Frank A. Carroll, Joseph Gallagher, Edward LeStrange, John Doherty, Robert Yates, Charles Hanahue, Robert CTHora, Ned Whalen, Misses Alice Carroll. Marguerite Murphy, Marianne McTighe, this city; Mrs. William J. Barrett. Jessup, and Mrs. Thomas P. McWilliams Jr., Ann Arbor, Mich. Miss Marjorie Merlo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs., Vito Merlo, 1210 Rundle St., was married today at 10 A.M. in St Ann's Monastery Church to Donato Maglio, son of Mrs. Salvatore Maglio, 119 Willow St., Dunmore, and the late Mr. Maglio. Rev. Alfred Weaver, CJP officiated. Miss Irene Diskin was soloist. The altar vases were filled with white roses; the sanctuary was decorated with palms and ferns and the guest pews were marked with white satin bows. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white nylon lace gown over a white satin skirt. The gown had a yoke of net, long fitted sleeves and a snug bodice. The bouffant skirt ended in a cathedral train of lace. A Juliet cap held in place her finger tip-length veil of illusion. She carried a white satin prayerbook with two white orchids and a shower of lilies of the valley. Miss Rita Macci, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a mint green marquisette gown featuring a portrait neckline, fitted bodice, cap sleeves and bouffant skirt. She wore a matching bonnet and carried a green parasol with sprays of yellow roses and baby breath. The bridesmaids, Miss Valia Pic-cotti and Miss Teresa Sedlock, wore yellow marquisette gowns encircled at the waistline with an apron of the marquisette finished at the back with bows forming a bustle. They wore matching bonnets and mitts and carried yellow parasols with sprays of asters and baby breath. Thomas Merlo, brother of the bride, was best man. Ushers were Louis Maglio, Patterson, N.J., cousin of the 1 bridegroom, and Donato Longo. Dinner for the bridal party and immediate families was followed by a reception in POS of A Hall. The bride's mother wore a blue nylon sheer dress, pale pink accessories and a white orchid corsage. The bridegroom's mother wore a blue print crepe.de chine dress, white accessories and a white orchid corsage. When Mr. and Mrs. Maglio left on a motor trip to the New England States and Canada, the bride wore a pale green organdy dress, white Milan straw hat and a white orchid corsage. They will reside at 1202 South Main Ave. The bride is a graduate of Central High School and Hahnemann Hospital School of Nursing. She is on the staff ot the Visiting Nurse Association. Mr. Maglio, a veteran of World War 2, is employed by Timothy Burke, Inc. Out-of-town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Turse, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Merlo, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Merlo, Mrs. Anna Spitszianna, Mrs. Rose Merlo, Matthew Merlo, New ark, NJ.; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Odessa, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Branca, New York, and Miss Carmen Gallo, Washington. Miss Lydia Kowpak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Kowpak, 1208 Mulberry St., was married this afternoon at 2 in St Vladimir's Ukrainian Church to Robert Tre-athen, 130 Belmont Terrace, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Treathen. Rev. Vladimir Andrush- kiw. pastor, officiated. Mrs. Mi chael Soniak was soloist with the church choir. Roses, gladioli and ferns were used in the altar decora tions. . Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white nylon mar quisette gown over taffeta. It had a Peter Pan collar, long sleeves and a fitted embroidered bodice. The full shirred skirt, ending in a cathedral train, fell from beneath a scalloped embroidered peplum. She wore a finger-tip length veilof ulu sion arranged from a tiara of seed pearls and rhinestones. She car ried a white orchid with lilies of the valley. She wore, rhinestone earrings, the gift of the bridegroom . Mrs. Joseph Gavanis, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Her gown of Nile green nylon tulle featuring a draped stole forming short cap sleeves. The square neck line had a stand-up collar. The full skirt was worn over a taffeta foundation. She wore a wreath of daisies in her hair and she carried Summer flowers. The maid of honor. Miss Kathryn Lazar, and the bridesmaid, Miss Mildred Lutz of Syracuse, N.Y., wore bittersweet! and maize tulle gowns, respectively. and carried Summer flowers. John Kowpak, brother of the bride, was best man. Ushers were John MacAllister and Russell Mor gan of Newark, N.J., cousins of th bridegroom. Dinner at the Deitrick for the immediate families was followed by a reception. When Mr. and Mrs. Treathen left on a motor trip to the New England States and Canada, the bride wore a blue and white nylon dress and hat white accessories and white ) orchid corsage. They will reside at the Mulberry Street address. The former Miss Kowpak is a graduate of Central High School. She is employed in the office of George P. Abdalla & Co. Mr. Treathen, a graduate of Technical High School, attended Johnson School and had three years of service with the armed forces. He is employed by Scranton Metal Casket Co. St. Ann's Monastery Church was the scene of the wedding this morning at 9 of Miss Ann Connolly, 1111 Sloan St., daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Connolly, to James' Ruddy, son of Chief of Police and Mrs. Leo Ruddy, 525 Pleasant Ave. The ceremony was performed with a nuptial mass by Rev. Callistus Connolly of St. Gabriel's Church, Boston, Mass., brother of the bride. Miss Irene Diskin was at the organ. The altar was decorated with white del phinium, white pompons and baby breath. Given in marriage by her brother, Joseph Connolly, the bride wore a white frosted organdy gown made with a high round neckline and a bertha forming an off-shoulder effect. The sleeves tapered to points at the wrists and the fitted bodice came to a point in front beneath the waistline. The full skirt had a cathedral train formed by cascades of the organdy on both sides of the skirt. She wore a veil of illusion attached to a Juliet cap. She carried a formal bouquet of stephanotis and white delphinium florets with an orchid inset. Mrs. John Connolly, sister-in-law of the bridi, was matron of honor. Her gown was of white frosted organdy worn over a periwinkle taffeta skirt. It had a low scalloped neckline, cap sleeves and a bouffant skirt, finished at the waistline with a taffeta sash. She wore a white horsehair braid picture hat trimmed with periwinkle ribbon. She carried a formal bouquet of delphinium florets in different shades of blue. The flower girl, Kathleen Connolly, niece of the bride, wore a white organdy floor length frock over baby blue taffeta and a floral band in her hair. Over her shoulder "she carried a small bouquet of assorted Summer flowers. Thomas Ruddy was his brother's best man. After breakfast and a reception at Spencer's, Dunmore, Mr. and Mrs. Ruddy left for the Poconos. The bride wore a red and white silk dress, white hat and accessories and an orchid corsage. They will reside at 216 West 35th St., Philadelphia. The former , Miss Connolly, a graduate of St Ann's High School and Mercy Hospital School of Nursing, is engaged in private, duty. Mr. Ruddy, a graduate of St. Ann's High School and the University of Scranton, is a senior' at Temple University School of Law, Philadelphia. Miss Jane Esther Cosner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Cos ner, RD 1, Clarks Summit, was mar ried to LeRoy William Richter, son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Richter, RD 2, Clarks Summit, last night at 7 in Newton Methodist Church, New ton, by Rev. Maurice A. Gunn. P. Raymond Bart hoi me was or ganist. Palms and Summer flow ers were used in the church decora tions. Mr. Cosner gave his daughter in marriage. She wore a white slipper satin gown with a modified sweetheart plunging neckline, fitted bodice and long sleeves. The full gathered skirt ended in a court train. A tiered veil of illusion was arranged from a satin bonnet. She carried white roses and stephanotis ' centering an orchid. Miss Janet Richter, sister o'f the bridegroom, was maid of honor. Miss Lorraine Kama was brides maid. Their gowns were of pow der blue and buttercup yellow taffeta, respectively. They wore floral headbands and carried yellow and tailisman roses. Arthur W. Cosner, brother of the bride, was best man. David Richter, brother of the bridegroom, and Duane Ayers were ushers. After a reception in the church parlors, Mr. and Mrs. Richter left on a trip, the bride wearing an aquamarine print dress, white ac- (Continued on Page 16) Rintadlr-Laitingr The marriage of Miss Helen Frances Leitinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Leitinger, 119 Franklin St., Jermyn, to William J. Reinstadler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Reinstadler, 531 River St., was solemnized this morning at 10 in St. Thomas Aquinas Church, Archibald. Rev. George De Muth performed the double ring ceremony and was celebrant of the nuptial mass. The altar and sanctuary were decorated with white gladioli, palms and cibotium ferns. Escorted by her father, the bride wore a gown of white nylon tulle over taffeta. It had a fitted bodice and peplum of Chantilly lace and featured a collar high at the back. The long sleeves ta pered to points at the wrists and the full skirt ended in a cathedral train. She wore a tiered veil of illusion arranged from a bonnet of lace and a single strand of pearls, the gift of the bridegroom. She carried lilies of the valley and an orchid. Miss Marion Elmore, cousin of the bridegroom, was maid of honor. She wore a powder blue lace and net gown made similar to that worn by the bride. She wore a matching picture hat trimmed wiih pink velvet She carried pink and blue sweetpeas and blue delphinium. The bridesmaids,' Miss Ann Nolan and Miss Nancy Wetherby, wore gowns of lace and net in deeper shades of blue. They wore lace mitts and picture hats trimmed with pink velvet and carried pink and blue sweetpeas and delphinium. Mary Alice Hankee, junior bridesmaid, wore a baby blue lace and net gown with a ruffled peplum, cap sleeves and lace mitts. She wore a matching poke bonnet and she carried pink and blue sweetpeas and delphinium. Joseph E. Killian was best man. Ushers were Leo Leitinger Jr. and Robert R. Weinschenk. Breakfast at the Deitrick was followed by a reception. The bride's mother wore a pink chif fon dress with matching accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore a powder blue chiffon dress with navy blue accessories. - Both wore corsages of " cymbidium orchids. Mr. and Mrs. Reinstadler left on a trip to the West Coast, the bride wearing a navy blue and white linen suit, white accessories and a white orchid corsage. They will reside at 531 River St Moskovitx-Kaufman Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Kaufman, 838 North Irving Ave., announce the engagement of their daugh ter, Esther, to Sheldon Moskovitz, Dickson City, son of the late Samuel and Etta Moskovitz. Miss Kaufman is a graduate of Technical High School. She is employed by Kaufman Beef and Pro vision Co. Mr. Moskovitz was graduated from Dickson City High School and is attending the University of Scranton. He is a veteran of 34 months of service with the U.S, Naval Air Corps in World War 2. . . Jamcs-Tallo Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tallo, 162 South Bromley Ave., announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Jeannette Carol, to Wen dell David James, son of Mrs. Mae James, 622 South Main Ave., and the late George D. James, Niagara Falls, N.Y. The wedding will take place Aug. 26 at 1 P.M. in Simpson Methodist Church and will be followed by a reception in Spencer s, Dunmore Rev. John N. White will perform the ceremony. Miss Tallo will have her sister, Mrs. Joseph Lieber, for her matron of honor. William Fowler will be best man. Ushers will be Hubert McDonnell and Gwilym Griffiths The bride-elect, a graduate of West Scranton High School, is em ployed by Scranton Electric Con struction Co. Mr. James, a grad uate of Central High School and Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science, is employed by Percy M. Davis Pharmacy. McNaughton-Callahan Miss Mary Alice Callahan, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Calla han, 1016 South Valley Ave., Oly- phant, was married this morning at 11 in St. Leo's Church, Ashley, to George C. McNaughton, son of Dr. and Mrs. James H. McNaughton, Topeka, Kan. Rev. Joseph Hammond, cousin of the bride, of ficiated. Mrs. Anna C. Walsh, aunt of the bride, was vocalist. The bride wore a floor length gown of white Chantilly lace and nylon marquisette, made with an off-shoulder neckline on the marquisette yoke. Her veil of silk il lusion was arranged from a tiara of orange blossoms. She carried white carnations with an orchid center. Her matron of honor, Mrs. Francis Heasley of Olyphant, wore a seafoam embroidered organdy! gown featuring a portrait neckline and Douffant skirt. She wore a matching picture hat and she carried pink carnations and baby breath. Francis Heasley was best man. Breakfast at Hotel Sterling, Wilkes-Barre, was followed by a reception at the Callahan home. Later, Mr. and Mrs. McNaughton left on a Western motor trip, the bride wearing a faun tone gabar dine suit, black velvet accessories and an orchid corsage. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Callahan wore a navy blue sheer gown trimmed with lace, and a large navy blue velvet and felt hat with matching accessories. She wore an orchid corsage. The former Miss Callahan is a graduate of St. Patrick's High School, Olyphant, and Seranton-Lackawanna College. She is a member of the Catholic Junior League. Mr. McNaughton was graduated from Topeka schools, University of Kansas and Washburn University Law School. He is em ployed by Aetna Casualty and Surety Co. In compliment to the bride, Mrs. Anna C. Walsh entertained with a buffet supper; Mrs. Heasley, a personal shower, and the bride's former co-workers of the Aetna Casualty aiwU Surety Co., entertained with dinner at Ellendale Hotel, South Sterling. New Coatdress W7 ' 4-r a ' SIZES I 1117 Junior Miss! It's that new coat dress you're going to wear for happy times on vacation and on campus. On you it looks simply marvelous, with swing, zing, and enormous collar, side pocket! Pattern T9201, Junior Miss sizes 11. 13, 15, 17. Size 13, 4V yards, 39-inch. This easy-to-use pattern gives perfect fit. Complete, illustrated Sew Chart shows you every step Send 30 cents in coins for special pattern to Marian Martin, care of Scranton Times 366, Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th St.. New York 11, N.Y. Print plainly NAME, AD DRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER Fashion comes in all sizes, in our Marian Martin Pattern Book. Send 20 cents more (in coins) to get this Summer - style - picture for the family. There's an active-sports wardrobe, too, plus FREE: a stun ning breach-bra pattern printed right in the book. Luttn to Slatton WQAN Births at Hospitals AT STATE: ' A daughter yesterday to Edward and Irene Romanski Yunko, 1619 Prospect Ave. AT ST. MARY'S: A son today to Jack and Rose mary Stuckart Dwyer, Church St., Moscow. AT WEST SIDE: A daughter yesterday to Morgan and Martha Rockefeller Boston, 1219 Rundle St. A son yesterday to Willi?m and Margaret Davis James, 1011 Scran ton St. AT HAHNEMANN: A son today to Jolin and Erian Smith Hubbard, 631 Dix Ct. A daughter today to Michael and Mary Fialko Brazofchak, 426 North Main St., Taylor. A son yesterday to Robert and Elizabeth Morris Fox, 522 Roberts Ct. AT MERCY: A daughter today to Joseph and Alice Merrick Musheno, 1707 Wash burn St. A son today to Michael and Marion Misiura Banko, 417 10th Ave. A son yesterday to Maurice and Jean Ann McMahon Ryan, Spring Garden St., Moscow. Camp tb Become Ranclv Tomorrow Camp Owaissa, the YWCA Camo a. Lake Ariel, will become Bar O Ranch . tomorrow as the third period campers enroll. Counselors will become ranch managers and will be assisted by cowhands and foreman from the camp population. The week's schedule will include a meeting of cowhands around the branding fire Monday. Tuesday, talent night will be featured, followed by dancing. Wednesday will be known as "Who Am I Day." Movies will be shown in the evening. Boys from Camp Brooklyn will attend a dance at the ranch Thursday and Friday, Roundup Day, Western costumes will be worn and Western songs sung. Reservations for the few vacancies are still available for the last two-week period. They may be made with Mrs. C. S. Garey, camp director. PERSONALS Jack Sweeney. 1012 Electric St., is spending the week in Atlantic City. Robert G. Chase, 440 Madison Ave., is a surgical patient in State Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. David J. Laudig, Reading, are spending a week at Lake Sheridan. George R. Norkaitis, 1625 Ralph Ave., is a surgical patient in Hahnemann Hospital. Misses Florence and Helen Krake, 417 New York St., are vacationing in Atlantic City. Mrs. MaryWarg, 1532 Mulberry St., is a surgical patient in Moses Taylor Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. David Games, 821 Moosic St., spent the past week at State College, Pa. Raymund F. Crane, 1727 Madison Ave., Dunmore, is vacationing at Spring Lake, N J. Mrs. George M. Thompson, 637 Willow St., is convalescing at home following surgery in Mercy Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Naylor, Colfax Ave., have returned after spending a week in Atlantic City, NJ. Miss Judy Fuller, 1721 Penn Ave., is spending several weeks with Miss Lois Bryant Manhasset, N.Y. Misses Ruth Dings, Hazel John- ' son and Jessie Dings, this city, i were recent visitors in ?ate Col lege. Miss Hazel Hess. 951 Wheeler Ave., and Miss Dorothy Mehne, 1612 Roosevelt Ave., Dunmore, are vacationing at Lake Como. Mr. and Mrs. William Foss, Brooklyn, N.Y., have returned after spending the past week with Mrs. Nell Durkin, 541 Wales St Miss Marcia Gottesman. 532 Wheeler Ave., has returned from Hempstead, N.Y., and will spend next week in Philadelphia. Mrs. Kathryn Bauer, 30 Tuok. hannock Ave., Pittston, is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. James J. Gannon, 1218 Beech St. The condition of Attorney Edward J. Kelly, 640 Quincy Ave., who was operated on yesterday in Robert Packer Hospital, Savre, was reported good today. Miss Emily Wilcox and Miss Florence Snowdon, 819 Sunset St., have returned from a visit with the lat-ter's brother and sister-in-law. Dr. anj Mrs. Ralph C. Snowdon, Niagara Falls. . Mr. and Mrs. George G. Brooks Jr. and daughter, Elizabeth, 1549 Jefferson Ave., Dunmore, and Miss Elsie Axford. 1009 Electric St, are guests at HF Bar Ranch, Saddle-string, Wyo. f Miss Claire Nlcoteri and Miss (Continued on Page 16) Class in Home Nursing WiU Start Tuesday The Red Cross home nursing committee, Mrs. John J. Palutis, chairman, announced that a Red Cross home nursing class in Unit 2 or "Mother and Baby Care and Family Health" will be started at the Chapter House Tuesday at 7:30 P.M. The class will be conducted on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. It will consist of six two-hour lessons and will be under the direction of Mrs. Olyve Mazuco, R.N. Persons wishing to register fori the class may do so by calling the Chapter House. West Scranton Class Of 1946 to Hold Reunion The first reunion of the Class of 1946, West Scranton High School is scheduled to take place on Saturday, Aug. 26, at the picnic grove, Promised Land. A general meeting of class members is to be held in the school auditorium on Wednesday, Aug. 2, at 8 P.M. All members are urged to attend. Koch-Conley Post 121 clambake tomorrow. Reservations closed! Buses leave post home 9 :30 A. M. sharp. Adv. J29-U Blewett Reunion Aug. 12 The 42d annual reunion of the Blewett family will be Saturday. Aug. 12, beginning at 11 A.M. at Beech Grove Grange Hall, Wayne County. Marriage Licenses Michael Dixhuk, Simpson; Kathryn Tlmko. Richmond!. Stephen Kartychak, Berwick, France! Smith, Berwick-Philip Capozza. thia city; Lena Mn-triorio. Pittaton. Robin D. Hlgham, Connecticut; Barbara Jarfe Divi, city. Theresa Noll. Dunmore: James Herron. Dunmore. Michael Shuback, Old forge; Audrey Bortuska, Duryea. l i : ' .1 M till Ml SHOP HERE IN AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT Our modern air-conditioning provides ELECTRONICALLY FILTERED AIR th frcsh-st, clent air that modern engineering makes possible. Summer Store Hours Monday 9:30 to 5:25 Tuesday 9:30 to 5:25 Wednesday 9:30 to 5:25 Thursday 12:30 to 8:55 Friday 9:30 to 5:25 Saturday 9:30 to 1:00 Shop early in the day for best service Support it generously! L ACKAWANNA I NDUSTRIAL FUNDS E NTERPRISES A $2,000,000 Campaign to Lick Unemployment in Lackawanna County.

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