The Times-Tribune from Scranton, Pennsylvania on November 14, 1959 · 10
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The Times-Tribune from Scranton, Pennsylvania · 10

Scranton, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, November 14, 1959
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V ,, White chrysanthemums in Fall floral arrangements deco-' rated the altar of the Church of the Nativity this morning at V 10 when Miss Phyllis A. Mawn became the bride of James H. ' Davey. . The RL Rev. Msgr. William K. Dolan, pastor, performed the , ceremony and celebrated the nuptial mass. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Mawn, 326 South Irving Ave. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Henry P. Davey, 320 Pittston Ave., and '.'the late Mr. Davey. - The bride, given in marriage 7 by her father, was attired in an v off-white silk taffeta gown with K princess lines and a scoop neck-, line outlined with seed pearls. The gown was completed with - brief sleeves and a voluminous skirt with shirred back, trimmed ' with a flat bow, terminating into ; a chapel train. She wore long ' ; white kid gloves. Her hand-' rolled veil of imported silk il elusion cascaded from a satin ' cabbage rose. She carried a bridal orchid of stephanotis and , variagted ivy arranged on a . prayerbook belonging to the ma- ternal grandmother of the ; groom, which she also carried on ' her wedding day. Miss Elaine Mawn, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. ' She wore a silk taffeta ballerina- length gown of wood violet, featuring a V neckline, with brief 7 sleeves and self -material rose on each shoulder and a bouffant j back. Her headpiece consisted of j a matching colored cabbage rose hat with a circular veil. 1 Miss Joan Ellen Auer, cousin Powell Portrait MRS. JAMES H. DAVEY of the bride, was bridesmaid. She was attired identically to the maid of honor. Both attendants carried cascade bouquets of fujimums and pompons, shading from orchid to violet Robert C. Davey, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Attorney Bernard J. Cravath, cousin of the bridegroom, and Lt. (jg) John J. Tiflly, DDS, Newport, RX, ushered. A breakfast-reception was held at The Deitrick. The bride, a graduate of South Scranton Catholic High School, is employed by the General Electric Co. She is a member of the Catholic Junior League of Scranton. The bridegroom, who recently completed two years active duty with the Army intelligence, is a graduate of Scranton Preparatory School and the University of Scranton. He is associated with Radio Station WARM. When leaving on their wedding trip, the bride was attired in a almond worsted wool crepe suit with demi-fitted jacket, oval neckline and pencil slim skirt She wore almond colored accessories, a brown derby with an ostrich crown, mink stole and an orchid corsage. They will reside at 32 South Irving Ave. . Mrs. Davey was entertained at a luncheon at The Deitrick by Mesdames George Flanagan, Robert Hafner and Frank McDonnell; at a dinner and variety shower at the West Side Hotel by former classmates; and linen shower by Mrs. John R. Corrigaft, and daughter, Miss Joan Ellen Auer, at their home, 822 River St. St. Peters Cathedra- was the setting this morning at 10, for the wedding of Miss Anne OHara, daughter of Mrs. Helen OHara, 1043 Ridge Row, to John J. Malinoski, son of Mrs. Frances Malinoski, 3214 Birney Ave., and the late Joseph Malinoski. The Rev. Arthur J. Kaschen-bach, performed the ceremony before an altar decorated with white pompons, ferns and palms. The bride, escorted by her brother, Patrick Francis OHara, was attired in a gown of white imported Chantilly lace and bouquet taffeta. The elongated fitted bodice, fashioned with a ortrait neckline, was embel-ished with iridescents and seed pearls. The sleeves tapered to points over the wrists. The iront of the circular skirt featured pleated bands ending in bow knot. The back of the gown, with lace panels and decorated with iridescents and Malinoski, mother of the bride-seed pearls, cascaded in a groom, at the home of Mrs. family was held at The Deitrick. An afternoon reception also was held at The Deitrick. The bride, a graduate of Technical High School and the Civic Dance. Center School of Ballet, is employed by the Scranton Spring Brook Water Service Co. The bridegroom, a graduate of Minooka High School, served four years with the Navy and is employed by Federal Pacific Electric Co. When leaving for their wedding trip to New York City, the bride was attired in a royal blue wool jersey sheath dress, blue derby hat and black accessories. She wore an orchid corsage. They will reside at 810 Ash St The bride was honored at a dinner and shower by her coworkers at Morgans, Providence Rd.; a variety shower given by her attendants at the home of Miss Hogan, and at a variety shower given by Mrs. Frances Miss Ann Marie Betti, daughter of Mrs. Antionette Betti, 1008 North Main Ave., and the late Felix Betti, was married this morning at 9:30 in St Anthony of Padua Church to Peter William Sensi, son of Mrs. Louise Sensi, 1109 Wheeler Ave., Dun-more, and the late Joseph Sensi. The Rev. Patrick Trozzilillo performed the ceremony before an altar decorated with white chrysanthemums. The bride, escorted by her uncle, Joseph S. Cerra, wore Wed in Montdale Church chapel train. Her three tiered veil of pure silk illusion was arranged from a lace crown embellished with iridescents and seed pearls. She carried a bridal missal with orchids and stephanotis. Miss Kathryn Hogan was maid of honor. She wore an emerald green brocaded taffeta cocktail dress, featuring a princess neck line, and carried a bouquet of bronze fujimums and yellow pompons. She wore matching halfhat with a circular nose veil. Miss Catherine J. Evanski, bridesmaid, was dressed identical to the maid of honor and carried a bouquet of yellow ujimums and bronze pompons Edward . Barkowski, Seaford, Del., brother-in-law of the bridegroom, was best man. Steven Kutzo, Elizabeth, NJ, ushered. A breakfast for the immediate Malinoski. An after rehearsal party was held at the bridegrooms home. white taffeta gown, featuring a round neckline, with applique and seed pearls, long sleeves, fitted bodice with a bow in front, and a full skirt ending in a cathedral train. Her veil of imported illusion was arranged from a crown of rhinestones and iridescents. She carried a cas-j cade of white fujimums and ferns. Miss Diane Betti, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a floor-length gown of dusty pink taffeta, with a fitted bodice, cummerbund and bow of apricot taffeta. She wore I matching crown of Autumn Cardocl Portrait MRS. PETER SENSI leaves and carried a bouquet of bronze fujimums and yellow pompons. Misses Beverly Barth, Dorothy Cafferty and Dolores Lounge were bridesmaids. They wore apricot gowns trimmed with dusty pink identical to that of the maid of honor. They carried bouquets of yellow fujimums and bronze pompons. Diane Cerra, cousin of the bride and flower girl, was dressed identical to the bridesmaids. Walter Cerra, cousin of the bride, was ring bearer. MRS. JAMES W. U PORTA Powell Portrait The apostolic blessing of f ope .floral arrangement was -of or-John xxm was bestowed this, chi d-tinted cattleya orchids Bern oraing at 11 on the marriage cented with strands of natural of Mi Marie Theresa Troy, I wheat, gold acorns and croton daughter of Mrs. Joseph Francis leaves and tied with satin ribbon Troy, 911 River SL, and the late Mr. Troy, and James William LaPorta, ton of Mr. and Mrs. James LaPorta, 231 Wheeler Ave. A cousin of the bride, the Rev. John Dennis Lawler, St. Vincents Church, Plymouth, offi- to match her gown. Another sister. Miss Kathryn L. Troy, was bridesmaid in an ensemble of lilac haze mat peats satin designed like that of the honor attendant. She wore, a cloche of matching petals and seed pearls with face veil and for tbo ceremony in the ,? Church of the Nativity and was lar to that of the maid of honor. William ODonnell. Old Forge.leelebriint f Bride of Dunmore Man Mrs, Joseph Felkowski Named Club President Mrs. Joseph Felkowski was elected president of the GG Canasta Cub at a recent meeting in the home of Mrs. William Simon, 126 South Bromley Ave. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. Jack Patch oski was elected treasurer and Mrs. Paul Grado, secretary. High scores were won by Mesdames Thomas Marini, Alex Milewski and Joseph Felkowski. The next meeting will be held Tuesday, Nov. 24, at the home of Mrs. Patchoski, 123 South Everett Ave. Florence A. Zygmunt Named to Nurse Unit Miss Florence A. Zygmunt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Zygmunt, 347 East Locust St. has been appointed to the staf of the Visiting Nurse Service of New York. A graduate of Scranton Central High School and Hahne-man Hospital School of Nursing, she formerly was a staff member of the Scranton Visiting Nurse Association and the Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia University, New York City. was best man. Jay Sensi, brother of the groom. Nick Scan dale. Old Forge and Charles Fitzgerald, Clarks Summit, ushered. A breakfast for the immediate family and wedding party followed the ceremony at Popolis Restuarant, Dunmore. An evening reception will be held tonight from 7 to 11 athe Ukra-nian Club, Wyoming Ave. The bride, a graduate of Tech nical High School, is employed at Federal Pacific Electric Co. She is president of the MSW Sorority. The bridegroom, a graduate of Technical High School and Keystone Junior College LaPlume, served two years in the Army and is as-sociated with Celotex Corp. When leaving for New York City, the bride was attired in two-piece camel hair suit, with The main altar was decorated . v- , with white hrvanthmum i n 1 City 9 served u nil brother gold vases. ebryMDtbeniums in . ... .. .. 'ert LaPorta. this city, another Escorted by her mother, the brother- Stephen Zoceoli, Brook-bnde was pwned in ivorysilkijy j.Y, and William Sohns. tin. The basque bodice, styled yirh t both cousins of with tiny satin-covered buttons, was fashioned with a deeply scooped neckline of re-embroidered Alencon lace and sleeves which tapered tq points at the wrists. Matching lace panels high lighted the voluminous Mr. LaPorta. A luncheon and reception followed at the Scranton Quh. For traveling to Williamsburg. Va, Mrs. LaPorta selected an amethyst wool sheath costume dress topped with matching box skirt which flowed in unpressed jlcket, accented with large but- pleats over hooped skirts ter minating in a chapel train. She wore a fingertip-length mantilla tons and trimmed with pastel mink collar. Her hatlet of pastel mink was graced with a eham- of matching lace and net, and ptfne Mtin bow and small nose carried a formal cascade of hy brief orchids, butterfly roses and orchid-tone fujimums. veiL She carried a light-weight cashmere full-length coat A graduate of Technical High Miss Ann F. Troy, sister of School, the former Miss Troy the bride, was maid of honor j is employed in the plant depart- brown accessories and a minkin cocktail gown of bisque mat jment of the Bell Telephone Co. stole. They will reside at 1810 Pcu Mtin designed with modi- of Pennsylvania. Mulberry St tfied scoop neckline, pointed Mr. LaPorta, an alumnus of bodice and brief sleeves. The, West Scranton High School, The bride was feted at a shower by the bridegrooms family and attendants; by the club members of MSW Sorority, and by her fellow workers at the Federal Pacific and Electric Co. $250,000 in Antiques Will Be Shown Here More than $250,000 worth of antiques will be displayed at the antiques show of the Ladies Auxiliary to Sandy Weisberger-Leon Kaplan Post, Jewish War Veterans, on Dec. 1, 2 and 3 at Hotel Jermyn. Proceeds will be used for the benefit of patients at the Wilkes-Barre Veterans Administration Hospital. Dealers from thl Middle Atlantic States will display such antiques as guns, pistols, flintlocks, coins, steins, tools, china and porcelains, art glass, early blown glass, cut glass and fine linenfe and laces, dolls and toys, and furniture. For the convenience of holiday shoppers, the show will be open from 11 AM. to 10 PM. Tickets may be purchased from members of the auxiliary or at the door. bell-shaped skirt featured side, Wharton School of Finance and and back drapes and was ac-jthe University of Scranton, cented with a large butterfly served with the Army as a first back bow. She wore a cloche of i lieutenant. He is associated with bisque petals and seed pearls, Kimberly-Clark Corp. with matching face veil, and The couple will reside at 1110 short white kid gloves. Her 'Linden St. Married This Morning Cardonl Portrait MRS. DOMINICK M. FRANCESCHELLI Cardonl Portrait MRS. JOHN PAUL. ROLKA Bouquets of white chrysanthe-J mums, pompons, cibotium ferns and kentia i palms, decorated ; Corpus Chris ti Church, Mont- dale, this morning at 9 for the wedding of Miss Theresa A. .Popovich and John Paul Rolka. ? The bride is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Michael Popovich Sr., RD, Olyphant, , Montdale. Mr. Rolka is the son of Mrs. John Rolka, 1000 Lincoln St., 5 Dickson' City and the late Mr. Rolka. . . - The Rev. 1 Andrew J- Lengel performed,, the ceremony. . Escorted by her father, the bride wore a floor-length gown of white skinner satin with a sweetheart 'neckline, re-embroi-dered with Alencon lace and trimmed with tiny seed pearls. The , sleeves, tapered to points over the. wrists. The bouffant skirt featured a front panel' of matching alencon lace, terminating into a cathedral train. Her triple-tier veil'" of imported French illusion, fell softly from a demicap of Alencon lace trimmed with tiny seed pearls. She wore a single strand of cultured pearls and earrings, a gift of the bridegroom, and carried . a spray arrangement of white orchids, lilies of the valley, and stephanotis with ivy intermingling. Miss Shirley Chaykosky, RD, Jermyn, was maid of honor. She wore, a deep violet ballerina-length gown with a portrait neckline and short sleeves. She wore a matching petaled halfhat, cultured pearl earrings and white-kid gloves, a gift of the hride. She carried a spray bouquet of orchids and croton leaves. Mrs. William Popovich, Montdale; Miss Joan Hanyak, Syracuse, and Miss Mary Jane Bowman, Pittston, were bridesmaids They wore gowns identical to the maid of honor but in a sofi; shade of violet with a deep two tone effect. . They wore matching hats and cultured pearl earrings and white kid gloves, a gift of. the bride, and carried : flower arrangements (Continued on-fag 11) Gold Star Mothers nduct in Tunkhannock Mrs. Helen Merritt was installed as president of the Tunk-lannock Chapter, Gold Star Mothers, recently in the Tunkhannock American Legion Home. Mrs. Helen Matalavy was installed as first vice president; Mrs. Lovana Noack, second vice president; Mrs. Freda Fassett, treasurer; Mrs. Alice Hontz, secretary; Mrs. Caroline Sink, chaplain; Mrs. Helen Wall, historian; Mrs. Henrietta Pacyna, sergeant at arms, and Mrs. Ethel Setser, color guard. Mrs. Matalavy, past president, was installing officer A coverec dish supper was- served. Turkey on Rye Turkey-on-th e-rye makes pleasant supper sandwich served with a chilled dinner Wine such as chablis or rose. Spread rye bread with- softened cream cheese well seasoned with To-basco, onion and mustard. Top with slices of turkey, tomato and avocado. Serve open-face with whole spiced peaches and ripe olives. St. Eulalias Church, Elmhurst, was the setting at 10 this morning for the wedding of Miss Dorothy Barbara Motichka, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George dotiphka Jr., RD 2, Moscow, to Domenick M. Franceschelli, son of Mrs. John Franceschelli, 120 Frank St., Dunmore, and the l ate Mr. Franceschelli. The Rev. John J. Gorraon performed the ceremony before an altar decorated with white chrysanthemums and kentia palms. The bride, given in marriage y her father, wore a white bouquet floor leagth taffeta gown, featuring a portrait neck-ine outlined in re-embroidered Alencon lace with sequin trim, long, tapered sleeves, fitted odice and voluminous skirt with a bustle back. Her double-tiered, fingertip veil of hand-rolled French illusion fell from a crown' of pointed Venice lace and pearls. She wore a pearl necklace and earrings and carried a prayerbook adorned with white orchids and streamers of white stephanotis. Miss Ruth Pallo, Dunmore cousin of the bride, was maid of honor. She was attired in pure silk i organza ballerina-length gown in tango, with a scooped neckline, t h r e e-quarter-lengt sleeves fitted bodice and bouffant skirt She wore i matching halfhat and velvet leaves with a circular nose veiL She carried a colonial bouquet roses and ivy, nestled in star dust meline.. Miss Cedle Motichka, sister of the bride; Miss Vivian Wafgo, Jessup, cousin of the bride, and Miss Eleanor Malia, Dunmore, cousin of the bridegroom, were bridesmaids. They wore gowns identical to that of the maid of honor but in emerald green, and carried colonial bouquets of yel low roses and ivy nestled in green star dust maline. All wore Tuesday Meeting Set By Day School League The Womens League of the Hebrew Day School will meet Tuesday at 8:30 PM. in the Jewish Community Center. Mrs. Mil-ton Gittleman will preside. Plans will be made for a rum- green swr uum wore mage Tuesday and Wednes- white gloves and pearl necklace day x and at st and earrings, gifts of the bride. d...... having earrings, gifts Ralph Nozzi, Dunmore, cousin of the bridegroom was best man. Anthony Fanceschelli, Dunmore, cousin of the bridegroom, Joseph : erry, Dunmore, and Daniel larone, Dunmore, ushered. Breakfast and dinner for the immediate family and wedding party were held at All Saints Hall, Dunmore. An evening reception for 350 guests will be leld tonight at All Staints Hall. The bride, a graduate of Moscow High School, is employed as a service representative for the Bell Telephone Co The bridegroom, a graduate of Dunmore High School, is a veteran of two years service with the armed forces. He is employed by John Perry, contractor, Dunmore. When leaving on their wedding trip, the bride wore a blue wool sheath with black accessories and a white orchid cor sage. They will reside at 627 East Warren SL, Dunmore. Mrs. Franceschelli was hon ored at prenuptial showers by Mrs. James Shaffer; by Mrs. Albert Overby and Miss Elaine Sachse; by her attendants, at the Town Grill, Dunmore; a surprise shower by the Junior Catholi Daughters and counselors, and at a dinner by her co workers at the Ern, Olyphant Church. Persons having rummage to donate are asked to contact Mrs. Louis Wagner. Reports will be made by Mrs. Xavid Harris and Mrs. Sheldon Klein, special projects, and Mrs. Meyer link, current events. Alvin Stabler will show movies of the picnic held by the group at the Fink Farm, Mount Cobb. Refreshments will be served in charge of Mrs. Howard Shapiro and Mrs. Harold Amo-vitz. MRS. JOHN M. CONNOR Student Nurses Elect Catherine DeAngelis Miss Mary Lou Danegan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Donegan, 328 17th Aven became the bride of John M. Connor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ramon A. Connor, 1119 Quincy Ave.. this morning at 11 in SL Patrick's Church. and Iridescents. She carried cascade bouquet of lilies of the Miss Catherine DeAngelis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sandy DeAngelis, 311 Railroad SL, Old Forge, was elected vice president of the Pennsylvania Student Nurse Association at its convention this week in Pittsburgh. The convention is being held in conjunction with the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania The Rev. Martin E. Kilcullen, pastor 'of Holy Rosary Church, performed the ceremony and celebrated the nuptial mats before an altar decorated with yellow and white chrsyanthe-mums, cibotium palms and ferns. Given In marriage by her fither, the bride was attired in a bouquet taffeta gown, featuring a acoop neckline, embroi- Nurse Association. Miss DeAngelis, president of her class at Scranton State Hospital School of Nursing, also holds the office of stats membership chairman. Miss DeAngelis attended Old Forge High SchooL dered Alencon lace and dotted with tiny seed pearls and iridescents. Her be 11 -shaped skirt, draped at the sides and back, featuring a cabbage rose cascaded to a chapel train. Her four tier veil of imported . illusion fell from a tiny coronet of Alencon lace trimmed with pearls valley and ivy with an orchid center. Miss Ann Marie Cooke, Newark, NJv cousin of the bride, won a sea mist green satin cocktail dress, with matching feather band and accessories. She parried a cascade bouquet of yellow fujimums and ivy. Willi am Buckley was best man. Walter Conway and Gerald Malia, Irvington, NJ, cousin of the bride, were ushers. A dinner and reception followed at the Green Ridge Club. The former Miss Donegan was graduated from SL Patricks High School and is employed by the Prudential Life Insurance Co. Mr. Connor, as graduate of SL Pauls High School, la employed at the Prudential Insurance Co, and is attending evening sessions at the University of Scranton. When leaving on their wed-(Conflnued ea Fate II) - ' ft V V-

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