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Saturday, April 7, 1951
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D Tort jngtbjl ChuHEh ;*;The' pews of St. Peter's church Torrington, .were marked: J. with, •white gladioli and white bows at 10 o'clock 1 'this mqrning; lor the double ring "bridal of. Miss Marion t -Smith,, daughter, of .Mr._ and* Mrs. Henry Smith, Bethany 'rbad, Beacon Falls,-to Ralph Joseph Sabia, son of. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sabia, ; 114 Treat street, ,;,Torrington. The bride entered the church on the arm of her; father, and was preceded ^by her sister, Mrs. Marjofie. Jurzynski, matron ot honor; Miss Eve Preslopsky, Waterbury, Miss Stravola Kzlqs, Danbur'y, and Mrs. Alvin Hepp, Naugatuck, bridesmaids. -. John Post, -Torrin'gtbn, 'was Mr; Sabia's best man, and ushering guests were Dominic 'Sabia, Tor- rlngtori, brother 'of the groom, Al- vlh Hepp, Naugatuck, and Joseph Roman, Torringtpn. Bouquets ,of white gladioli banked the altar of the church. !.- , t . . , .Satin and «d the bridal goV»n/iwhich-featured a high lace collar witheV insert Cof Chantilly lacei and. .accented" In back with'smalifsiatitf'bjittbns. Long pointed sleeves and tw,p,,rows of lace marked the' front oi'the skirt and extended into the train. .Illusion veiling in a fingertip length fell from a. crowri of •' rt,et edged with Chantilly lace, and' she carried white roses'and" lilHe's of the valley.". •'. ,,' ' •': •".-••'' . • A gown of' light 'green taffeta with -white net .oyerskirt -was worn ;by the matron- of honor. In a strapless 'design,' it ..featured full skirt in ankle length with a white net cape having^ lace., wing collar and lace inserts with a : dairk green velvet sash. She wore a crown of lilacs and lillies of the valley and carried a. bouquet of lilacs. The bridesmaids were attired in pale lavendar with 'whitejnet 1 - overskirts fashioned after the: matron .of honor's .dress,,and also wprb.prbwns of lilacs and ;Hllies 'of ("the.; valley and .carried, lilacs.;;' v -.;; .. T. A reception; for,'^0 Jguests was •held• ; ;at - •• 4hfr- ».Gavallau,, Veterans Horne.--™)^ Mrs;; Smith-' 'receiving lier- dauglrtBr's guests in'a navy blue.ensemble; navy accessories and corsage . of pink camellias. The bridegroom's''moth'er ;wore navy blue arid"..white with nayy acces soAes'and'corsage; of red camillias Outiof-tqwnvgjiests-were in attend- an'Ce ".front '-"New- • York,' Boston, .Bridgeport,, New. Haven,. .IJanbury, Waterbury and Seymour. • For,'travel, 'Mrs. Sabia wore a pink dress; -white arid navy accessories, nayy.coat and. piiJk.camellias. They _wili. mak'e^their. future home at 160 .Pearl;"street,. Torrington, following a wedding trip''to' Washington, D.C..and. Virginia.- ; ;....«--. The bri'de" ie a graduate of Seymour. High school and'...Waterbury hospital, School , of >. NursVng. Mr. Sabia is an alumnus of Torrington High school and the Bentley School of Accounting and Finance, Boston. He is a veteran.: of the United States. Marine Corps. . -. •. 3 POINTS MAKl THf DlFFEKtNCl Cho-oie The p,, n Thof Hat ALL 3 OUdtJir VALUf ANO PSKFOKMAHCE INK-0-GRAPH fOUMrAIW p[N r 'JKf COtO 5 Bfl! L LIKE "OJNT NEFOS NO Rff/US U5-t S flf GUtAR INK INVITES WITH ANT PEM ' DIHHITEIV ltn» NOIHINS LIKE IT H« HO'SUKIITUII WITS ANY HAND OR STYIE OF WRITING WRITES SMOOTHER AND EASIER JTANOS..MORE ROUGH.USACI . FOR BOY. GIRl OR ADULI IESJ TIR ING WHEN TOD W* ITk A IOT MSPONOS INSTANTLY-EfFORTlESS WRITING 6IV« YEARS Of UNFAIIIK6 SERVICE SWEENEY'S , .. Art and Stationery ;^', -..Store:;: - US Church St., Naugatuck • ' • - ' •' ' ' • - - 1 MISS JUSTINE MABY BBOPHY Harriett Lillis Morning Bride Of Kenneth Whipple 'Dido and Aeneas," by Henry Purcell, a classical opera, will be he presentation of the Naugatuck Jtringr orchestra on Friday evening April 13, at 8:15 o'clock at the Naugatuck school', auditorium. • The ipera will feature SO dancers,, mur icians and singers, and is;a dram^i rom the 'Roman 'poet,'-Virgil's ^.eneid. The leading role of DjHq'jjSjM&.be, urig by Miss Mary 'Lou JBrann 'of Seacon Falls. A graduate of the S'augatuck High school where she ivas awarded the scholarship by he Choirsters in piano, Miss Brann tudied at the University of Col- Tado. While .'a student there, she vas a member .of the chorus.'-who ,ang the Bach B. Minor Mass." Transferring her piano major to 'pice, she became- the'pupil of '-Ole Olson, New York .city, and has also been -receiving instruction:for -the past year from a voice coach there. ^Ralph. Lyon, ,bass, will sing the part, of the sorceress. .He sings with'tlie quartet of the First Methodist church, and St. John's G-lee club of Waterbury, patricipating in productions of the latter of the.;Mikado and lolanthe. , lolanthe' was ^resented in Naugatuck last spring. is has studied with ; Mrs. Marjorie Soper Nuhn. of Waterbury. Also to appear in the program are Miss Joyce Ann Kanehl, Elmily " ibbs and Moira. Hubbard, as Witches; and .Ge_orge Sinclair as Aeneas. Dances will be under .the Skinner satin and imported Belgium lace fashioned the bridal gown designed with an illusion neckline, off-the-shoulder inserts of lace, long, wrist-pointed lace sleeves, and 'Dido And, Aeneas" To Be Presented April 13 direction of Mrs. Philip 31. Rice and David Brown will direct the Naugatuck String orchestra. ''.MissY Kanehl, who will sing the arias -for Belinda, graduated frorn the Naugatuck High school in 1948, and' sang that year in \.he High','school concert. She has studied wittf Mrs. Condon of Oxford,^ Mrs. Katherine Fehn and currently wife Mrs. Katherine Douglas, Ossimng, N. T. She has done soprano, soloist; with the Second Congregational church, Waterbury, and in 1950. sang the leading soprano role., in The Fusion Play there. She occasionally is soloist at the Naugatuck Congregational church. i t • i Members of J the chorus' include: Mr. arid'Mrs. lieroy Gibbs, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schofield, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Young,: Mrs. Mary Root, Marcia Root,, Carol Bower, Mrs. John Hubbard, Mrs. Gordon Anderson and James Hart. Members of the ballet, corps are Mary Ellen Ashe, Diane Blomqulst, Jane Beardsley, : Jijdy Carmody, Gladys Dolan, Grac&'Fairehild, Karen Nelson, Sandy Passeck and Judy Skehan. The ballet 'corps will appear in a court dance to express joy at the union 'of the two cities, and will, give; appropriate support in various other scenes. Tickets are available from members of the orchestra and chorus, the Music Shop and members of the committee. MRS. r,E BABCXW TUDOR FOIXET, nee Sard Jane Qnisenberry, Mount Sterling, Kentucky, became the 10:30 o'clock bride of Mr.'Vollett this morning in the I'irst Christian church of Mount Sterling. •—Adam Pepiot Studio— MISS JDSTINE.MARY BBOPHY, daughter of Superintendent of Streets and Sirs. Loo J. Brophy, 26. HlUcrest avemie, is the fiancee of John David ?*Ioriuriy, .son of Mr. and'Mrs. John C. Moriarty, Linden street, Waterbury. <1 -. V •"' . —Bradford Bachrach— MISS LUCELLE MAE RAU of Beacon Falls is betrothed to Edward George Kogut, Union City. —Thibodeau Studio— MISS LIVIA MARIE SABIA, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bocco Sabia, Beacon Falls, have announced her engagement to Sergeant Francis T. Keith. -..,..;' —Thibodeau Studio— MISS MARY LOU BRANN. of Beacon Fails will sing the lead role in the Naugatuck String Orchestra presentation of the classical opera, 'Dido and Aeneas'' to "be given in the auditorium of the»Naugatuck High school Friday evening, April 13. : : . '—Thibodeau Studio— MBS; tE BARON TUDOR FOIXETT Sara Quisenberry, Lt. * Follett Exchange Vows MW A regular deposit, every pay day,'in your savings account, will, make it reach hew heights also. Only a dollar a week saved regu- larly, will, quickly add up. Try our bank today. BANK having tight bodice, falling into a rulhsatiri sktrt with sunburst of lace down the front and extending into a iong circular train hayingjace down the front and extending, into a long circular train- having lace panel, >vorn by Miss Harriett Louise Lillis, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Martin LilliS, 197. North Hoadley street,.for her bridal .this, /morning in St. Hedwig's church. Ker gown was accented with irridescent miniature sequins "at the neckline and 'wrists. A fingertip veil of scalloped French illusion fell, from a.Queen Anne crown of bugle beads and seed pearls, and her : prayerbook was adorned -with white orchids • and streamers-of .'stephanotis. The Rev. William J. Top'or; pastor .-of. the church -solemnized her marriage to Robert,\Kenaoth /Whipple, ; sbn :of Mr. and'Mrs. Brayton'K. Whipple, Cotton-'HolloV. . Mr;" Lillis escorted his daughter; in 'marriage for the •double ring ''Jeremony. , '•> •'_-.' " " :- Palms and-'assorted spring flowers deGorated the-church altar- and nuptial music: "included' Ave Maria .and •Mothe.r:-Ar.'Thy Feet- Is Krieel- ' "" : BLACKSTONE' 1 ": r .AUTOMATIC, WASHERS .,' Immediate Delivery ' ; Limited Quantity '.• . : . -EASY: TEEMS FURNITURE CENTER 70 RIVERSIDE -DRIVE NAUGATUCK, CONTT. { Open Every Night Until 9 0 All • - Day Mondays • . • - Tel. 2810 ' VENETIAN BUNDS -•L'ebon Venetian Blind M^anufacfurtng 'Corp 276-280 NORTH MAlr-l ST. PHONE 3-7221 ing. The'bridal party consisted of Miss Bernice Lillis, aunt of the bride, maid of honor; Miss Mary B. .Sweeney, 'bridesmaid; arid Vene- lope A. Wityak, cousin of the bride, junior bridesmaid. Edward Adamski, uncle of the groom served as best man, and Bernard Brown was usher. '.-..... Marquisette and ...lace in a- shell pink colour was worn by-the-maid of honor, designed with cap sleeves, tight bodice and peplum cascading down the side of the -full skirt: 1 Her picture hat and mitts we're of ^shell. pink and a cascade- of American; Beauty roses and pale-pink g'arilen;- ias entwined with ivy completed,her; costume. Tha bridesmaid •'.'^a?. gowned in romance blue nylon tulle in' a strapless design "haying shirred bodice and full skirt with a' bat wing jacket of romance^blue ; taffeta. Her picture _hat- of .''riyloh: aet was of romance blug.y and'-glie carried a cascade arrangement of Briarcliff roses', pale yellow; gardeiir ias and Ivy. A strapless 'gown .of romance blue riylori..tulle, overj.sun- flower yellow, with bat wing .jacket of nylon tulle was worn °by ''the-junior bridesmaid. With?.her .mafchisig bonnet and mitts . she'-.- carrie'd. : an old fashioned bouquet of yellow roses and pompons. - ,. .,•••'- "'-.i'.'y--. One hundred arid fifty guests attended the reception ;that.followed at the American . Brass ipduntKy club. Mrs. Lillis recei'v'ed, her daughter's guests wearing a- toast., col- oured lace dinner gown-^with matching accessories. and/Coj-sSge'ofipinli roses .and gardenias;'' assisted•.by. 'he bridegroom's mother jiittired"-in dusty-. rose • with navy blue 'accessories and corsage of-gardenias and oink roses. -. -•• "..--- ' . -'-For a^wedding trip to Washington, D.,, C: and the southern states,'the bride selected a navy .blue;.gabardine suit..; •• lilac • 'accessories; Mlae oyramid coat and. white" brchld-cor- -,age. Foliowing.V'.ftete'rTeiupnfei^sii'r;; and Mrs. Whipple -will, be .-at;h_bme it 346.HigH street.'<' --, -'^a'.^^ 1 i-/ Bott:Mr;. .and-;Mr3.' Whipple-;are Traduates of. the : Naugatuci: High' school, class ;r.f 1949. _ , .,..; _ ... .. In the First Christian church o Mount Sterling, Kentucky, Mis; Sara .Jane Quisenberry, daughte of Mr. and Mrs. Erie B. Quisenber ry, Mount Sterling, exchanged mar riage vows at 10:30 o'clock thi morning with. Second . Lieutenan LeBaron Tudor " Follett, Unitei States Army, son of Mr. and Mrs Norris. M. -Fdjlett, 49 Grove streel The double 'ring ceremony wa performed by the Rev. John C Chenault, as ; 'Mr. Quisenberry es corted his daughter jn marriage. Mrs. Norbert 'Danhauec, Owen's boro, Kentucky, was the bride's nia iron ; .'of- .honor; Miss -Jesse Larnb Eort ICriox,-and Miss Bettye Lyons liloun't .:S.terling, bridesmaids; an Miss.,'.Norlean . Dannauer", '. flowe girl.. Norris Follett, Washington, D C., served his brdth'er as best ma'n and"Captain J.,Mikklesen, Lieuten ant Preben Stoltze of the Danis' Army- now 'stationed at Fort Knb> Captain John f£. Cottrill and Lieu enant Thomas G. Flanders, Fo Knox, ushered." : •' White;stock,'., white gladioli an greens decorated the church. Mis Frances' Kennedy, organist, an Mrs. John .C. Chenault, soloist, pr< sen'ted traditional nuptial. music The Lord's Prayer. was sun.g as response., • ', •. • , -' Ivory duchess satin designed wit: a sheer; yoke,--\bqiiice 'and sleeve of • imported hanclipped Chantill lace was worn ,by O the'bride. He princess style :bodice' featured band of lace inserted' into-s.atin, and wid .panels of ia'ce.'and .satJ^formed th full train. A Juiiet cap'of lace an satin caught her,-imported ivor illusion .veil ^anci she carried whit orchids'-and^lillfes'; 1 of "'the-Valley. ; Blii* embroidered •. nylon • net ove taffeta, with the-bodice' molded 't a: tight basquet waistline and bouf fant skirt over hoop, was worn b the matroii of honor. Her half cir cle ;Of pink feathered carnation was accented' by a cascade of pi 'carnations aha.", ivy. The brides !maids.• wer,e gowned in -white em broidered nylon; .net over, taffeta .fashioned: similarly to Oie- niatro . of -honor's gown, and .they wore MISS LIVIA MARIE SABIA NAUGATUCK NEWS (CONN.), SATURDAY, AMUI, 7, 1951—PAGERS LiviaM. Sabia Is Fiancee Of Sergeant Keif h Mr. and Mrs. Rocco Sabia, Wolfe avenue, Beacon Falls, make 'inbwn the engagement of their daughter, Li via Marie, to Sergeant. Francis T. Keith, United States Army, of Seymour'. Miss Sabia is a graduate of Waterbury Catholic High school, and employed in the office of the Homer D.. Brbnson company, Beacon Falls. Sergeant Keith is a graduate ol the Seymour >High school and stationed with the 43rd Division, Ca^ip Pickett, Virginia. There has been no wedding date selected. Personals The Catholic War Veterans, Gold Star post, Ladies' Auxiliary, will hold a public card party Tuesday evening in Falcon hall, Union City. Miss Mary Furs is arranging the events at which door prizes will be awarded and refreshments served.' The annual spring card party sponsored by St. Mary's Altar Society will be held Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in the church hall, Mrs. Andrew McDermott,' general chairman. A fancy work' and food ooth will be featured. Refresh- :ents will be served. : i MISS LUCILLE MAE BAU Lucille Mae Rau, Edward G» Kogut Plan June Bridal Mr., and Mrs.; George. M. Rau, 11 South Main street, Beacon Falls, make .known the engagement of their daughter, Lucille Mae^ to Edward George 1 Kogut, son of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Kogut, 91 Locust street, Union City. Miss Rau;was graduated from the Seymour High school and attended New Haven State Teachers college. She is presently associated.with the Naugatuck office of the Connecticut Light and Power company. Mr. Kogut is an alumnus of the Naugatuck High school and a. veteran of two years service during World War 1J with the. Army Air Force; He is presently attending the university of Connecticut, Storrs. A June wedding "is planned. Personal Miss Lois Follett', daughter or Mr and Mrs. George C. Follett, .77 New street', is listed among the students at Skidcnore college, ' Saratoga Springs, New York; whose a-cademi work was outs.ta.nding for the firs semester. She is listed in the.Hon ors group, and. is enrolled in th Liberal Arts division, majoring in Psychology. • ' ' similar half /circle bands and'also carried cascades of pink carnations arid ivy. The • flower girl's gown was of white, having 1 bouffant skirt over hoop- and-she carried a miniature bouquet of pink carnations and ivy. • • • : '•'..•-. Mrs. .Quisenberry selected a cocoa sheer- crepe, ,brown..a.ccessories and bronze orchid corsage for .her daughter's . wedding. Mrs. Follett was attired in a grey, crepe, purple hat and. purple .orchid corsage. A reception followed at the .church for approximately 5,0.guests. Among those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Nbrris M. 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