Rutland Daily Herald from Rutland, Vermont on December 27, 1946 · 5
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Rutland Daily Herald from Rutland, Vermont · 5

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r . JUTLAND DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 27, 1946. 5 Weddings, Parties Morphy Will Retire From NYC Service COME IN TODAY TO ECONOMYS EXCITING SMITH -BEAUCHAMP. In a quiet holiday wedding per formed yesterday morning. at the rectory of the Church of the Sacred Heart of Mary, Miss Joyce Rose mary Beauchamp, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Fred Beauchamp of Adams street, became the bride of William Ferguson Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. David H. Smith of Manchester, Ca. Tho single ring ceremony was performed by the Very Rev. L. A1 ' bert Vezina. Miss Edna H. Beau champ and Ens. Alfred J. Beau champ, sister arjd brother 5 of the bride, attended the couple. The bride wore ,an aquamarine crepe street-length . dress ? with brown accessories and a corsage of gardenias. Her maid of honor wore a gold crepe dress with black ac cessories and her flowers were talisman roses. - Mrs. Beauchamp, mother of the bride, wore a rose and black crepe dress with black accessories and j corsage of American Beauty roses. Following a wedding breakfast for members of the immediate family at the Hotel Berwick, a reception for 73 was held at the home of the bride's parents. After a wedding trip, Mr. , and Mrs. Smith will make their home In Tiston, Ga. " - Mrs. Smith is a graduate of Rutland High school in the class of 1940 and of the Rutland Hospital Schoo of Nursing in 1943. She served as a Navy nurse from 1944 to 1946, with tire rank of ensign? She has been employed at the National3 Infantile Paralysis foundation in Winn Springs. Ga. - Her husband attended -Manches -ter schools anT' served as a pilot in the Air corps in the Pacific area, He attends the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural college at Tiston.' MARTIN -ERICKSON. Announcement has. just been made of the marriage of Miss Barbara Erickson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Erickson of Fairview avenue, to Slc Robert E. Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis F. Martin of South Main street. ' The double-ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. John M. Kennedy at the Church of Christ the King on the afternoon of December 22. Tha bride wore a gown of white organdie with a finger-tip veil of net falling frotn a crown of rhinestones. She carried a bouquet of . white roses, snapdragons and babies breath with streamers of sweet peas. Attending the bride was her sister. Mrs. Louis Duval of Library avenue, who wore a gown of blue taffeta and a halo of pink roses. Her bouquet was also of pink roses. The bridegroom was attended by his brother. Pvt. Richard L. Martin, who is stationed at Mitchell field, L. I. Following the wedding,- a reception was held at the home of Mr, . and Mrs. Earl H. Pratt of Library avenue, cousins of the bride, with whom she is making her home. Mrs. Martin attended Rutland High school, as did her husband She is employed at the Rutland Electric Products division. Her husband is stationed in Solomons, Md. CAREY-SCHAFFER. Robert N. Schaffer of Bethlehem. Pa, has announced the marriage of his daughter. Miss Betty Irene Schaffer, to Willis W, Carey of South Main street, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leander Carey of Granville, N. Y. . The ceremony took place on the evening of December 17 at the home of the brides father. It was per formed by the Rev. Henry J. Croushore, pastor of the Rose m on t Lutheran church, before an altar of evergreen illuminated with white tapers and decorated with poinset-. tias. Traditional wedding music was played by Miss Irene Longinbach of Nazareth, Pa. The bride, who was given by her father in marriage, wore a white taffeta gown with a drop-shoulder neckline. Her fingertip veil was attached to a coronet of orange blossoms and she carried a colonial bouquet of white roses with a center of gardenias. She wore a string of pearls that had belonged to her mother, the late Anna' Saunders Schaffer. Mrs. Jeanette Rhodes of Schenec . tady, N. Y, former room-mate of the bride at the Allentown, Pa Hospital School of Nursing, was matron of honor. She wore a white taffeta gown trimmed with ruffles and carried a colonial bouquet of red carnations and white pompons Miss Betty Jane Schaffer of Bethlehem, niece of the bride, was the junior bridesmaid. Her gown and bouquet were similar to those of Mrs. Rhode. - Robert Rhodes of Schenectady was the best man. Following, the ceremony, a buffet supper was served to 50 guests. After a wedding trip to Washing ton and New York. Mr, and Mrs. Carey will make their home at 67 Pine street here. He is employed by the Central Vermont Public Serv ice corporation. . Mrs. Carey is a graduate of Liberty High school, Bethlehem, and a member of the class of 1946 tflhe Allentown Hospital School of Nursing. Her husband -was graduated from Granville High school and Bliss Business school. North Adams, Mass. Mrs. Carey is a granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George W. Saunders of West Rupert, where she has been a summer visitor. MINOGUE-FEE. - Miss Edith Dorothy Fee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Fee of Cuttingsville, was married to . Francis H. Minogue. son of Mrs, Mary Minogue of Woodstock avenue. yesterday morning at the Church of the Sacred Heart of Mary in a double ring -ceremony performed by the Very Rev. L. Albert Vezina. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. William D. Fee of Cuttingsville, brother and sister-in-law of the bride. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white satin and tulle with a long train. Her lace-trimmed finger-tip veil fell from a crown of seed pearls, and she carried a bouquet of white roses. Mrs. Fee, the matron of Honor, wore a gown of light blue satin Announcement of the retirement of Luis G. Morphy, former chief engineer, general superintendent and for throe years the receiver of the Rutland railroad, is expected within a few days from the New York Central, system, his .friends in Rutland learned yesterday. LUIS G. MORPHY. Morphy, who has reached the retirement age of 7Vis presently the district engineer for theBoeton and Albany railroad. He came to Rutland about 34 years ago as chief engineer for the Rutland road. Later he was made general superintendent and in 1938 he was appointed receiver lor the line when the courts placed the road In equity rpceivership. He left Rutland to join the Bos ton and Albany as district engi neer 'on June 1, 1941. ' Trail Club Quarterly .. Outlines Skiing Plans N f Recently off the press is the latest edition of the Long Trail News, a quarterly covering activi ties of members -that is published by the Green Mountain club, inc. A six-page paper, the News Is edited by L. B. Puffer of Burlington and reports on the clubs events of the past three months. Much of its space is devoted. In this issue, to plans for skiing. It also describes mountain climbing done by Ronald Busse, New York section member. In New Guinea, and a journey over L&raway mountain made by four Johnson youths riding horseback. Ornamental ' Light Post Knocked Over by Truck The area in front of Trinity church on West street, was in unaccustomed darkness last night. George Hammett qf ' Lyndonville reported to police that the ornamental light post located there was knocked over as he was backing a truck from a parking space at 5:36 oclock. Hammett was driving a truck owned by the W. H. Cranton Insulating company. STORE CLOSING HOURS TO BE TOPIC. OF MONDAY MEETING. All retail merchants in Rutland, whether members of the Chamber of Commerce or not, have been invited to attend a meeting next Monday morning in the Chambers room in the Mead building, to discuss store closing hours. In making the announcement yesterday. Chamber officials stated that a report of the committee on car parking, of which Gordon Landon is chairman, will also be presented. ITU KBIT'- DISNEY "FILMS AT LIBRARY TOMORROW. Two films' of Jose IturbX well-known pianist, will be shown at the Rutland Free library, tomorrow morning at 1030 oclock. It has been announced. He will play Chopins "Fantasie and , Sevilla by Al-beniz. Also to be shown Is a Disney animated color film entitled "Water, Friend or Enemy? which deals with the problem of water contamination and stream pollution h rural communities. veil that was caught in a silver crown. Her flowers were red rosea Mrs. Fee, the mother of the bride, and Mrs. Minogue, the mother of the bridegroom, wore black with corsages of white carnations. Kenneth Blackbird of Fair Haven was the usher. Organ music was provided by Mrs. Irene Eno. A wedding breakfast at the Hotel Berwick was followed by a small reception at the home of the parents bf the bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs. -Minogue have gone on a wedding trip to Washington where they will make their home. For travelling, the bride wore a black suit under a black fur coat, and a white fur hat, Her corsage was of gardenias. Mrs. Minogue graduated from Rutland High, school and has been employed as a secretary at the Howe Scale company. Her husband graduated from Fair Haven High school and attended Green Mountain Junior college before entering the service. He served for four and one-half years in North Africa and Germany as a member of a tank destroyer battalion. He Is now employed as a chemist by ttie Eastman Kodak company in Washington. Guests from out of town included Mrs. Barbara Price of New York, Miss Marion Pierce of Philadelphia, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Minogue of Narragansett, R. I., Miss Marjorie Pierce of Attleboro, Mass., Clement Tomasi of Fair Haven, Ronald W. Matthews of Burlington, Mrs. Carrie .Hall of Clarendon, Miss Kay Moore, Miss Verna Buckey, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitney, and A W. Bellany of Wallingford. Mrs. Florence Pierce, Mrs. William Smith and son, Russell, Miss Dorothy Brown and Gordon and Glenn and tulle, with a shoulder-length Pierce, all of Cuttingsville. SAVE AS MUCH AS -50 AND MORE! I sale! sweaters! Womens Better SWEATERS f Values to 7.99 LE! BLOUSES! Womens Better BLOUSES Custom Made Values to 8.99 E! BLAKE 72x90 All-Wool BLANKETS You Know What -These Are Worth 1 Womens and Misses ALL-WOOL MITTENS Regular 1.69 Womens Suede ROBES r Reg 7.99 I Sizes 12 to 20 SEOUL Womens and Misses SKIRTS CHECKS and PLAIDS Values to 10.95 Values to 29.95 Values to 39.95 Use your Christmas money to buy a new coat, or several coats. It will: serve a double purpose . . youll get a lovely coat, youll save a tidy sum! All from our regular fine stock, untrimmed and fur-trimmed models. Plenty of them in your size, come in today! Treat yourself to the luxury of a fine coat at a real saving! UITS and TQI Values to 39.95 Buy yourself a new suit and a new topper with your Christmas money. Save as much as o'n-HALF and more! Thee are all 100 wool fashions, smartest of the sea- i son! ' A jiKiaaMjiniWMMMiiuMWKWilwWKinidrwniwiiwWwiiwti Values to 89.50 - e Values to 49.95

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