Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on April 21, 1951 · Page 3
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••j ' .in;i' .SHOWN'INMER WEIHHNG GOWN tor, her afternoon bridal to Robert Xeggett:Carter, .Miss'Carbl > J' P ?!S??*'^ 1 lrt t ? l :. < ; 1 ***• and Mrs. Edward Vaughn Pollard will exchange marriage vows with Mr. irter ia-a>» o'.CWck-eeremony in the Episcopal church ol the Holy Name, Swampscott, Massachusetts.?-.-" • '"- '• ..-.•'—'.— •" , i ., —Bradford Bachrach— f.y $firs; Nardi Mark Anniversary Sun. •i f :' ' Mrs.•'Carmine Nardi,-869 StMtK .Main.'street,'Seymour, will EC .'{lie'ir-vGoldeh -Wedding An- Sunday, and. will hold n house at (the" home of their: 'Nar^i, with, whom they re3fta^-t ! froin 1 "4 'uiitil'? o'clock. ' '^Thd 1 -'"couple . were married in Bridgeport, A'cril 22, 1901. Their weeding •pa>{y' l was the first to ride a 'trolley ".ftblri ''Bridgeport" to An- soKia'.i The. new bride and groom alighted 1 f roni ,fhe - trolley at its last' stop on, the corner of Fourth street' and Notth 'Main street, and then" walked .tb- their^ne* : home on North State street, where a recep- tion^.Twas held. " Mr. Nardi conrducled a barber shop in Anspnia for byer 45 years, retiring 10 years ago. They are the'. -, parents'V'of\ five'-, children: George, and -"'Larry Nardi; Mrs. Alba Barbera and Mrs.. Claudia Be- ducia, all of Seymour; and Mrs. Ermina Riccio, Derby. They also have eight .grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. George A. .JJIar.di, their sou ; > .^l**m; / .^iryau.i ; SO.IN. $/37ei AS LOW AS S2.00 15 Chnrch Street ' Naugatuck, Conn. • Tel. 6190 Free Parking Lot For Androphy's Customers and '-daughter-in-law, "ivill celebrate the "j occasion of -their 22nd-' wedding anniversary on the same day. Miss Chittenden, Nathan Pierpont To Be Bridal Pair At' 4:30 o'clock this afternoon, the -Naugatuck Con^rfnT.tiu ill '•hur^h will be the scene . of the wedding o* M >--, V rgima Cni[ f rn<:lpn daut, 11 ter of Mr: and Mrs,'. William '.McKinley Chittenden,, 60 Fairview -ay- snuc,-.!ind EastHivfcr, Madison, arid- Nathan Merrill Pisrpont, Jr:, sun of Mr. and Mrs. Nhthau M. pier-, .pontj Fiske street, Waterbury. -The Rev. Willard B. Sopei', -minister,\.ill read the. serv..-.?,. as Mr. Chit-, ttndcn presents his daughter in mi rriage. Rev. Mr. Soper will be ass : sted -by the Rev. Joseph Kac- ioppi, Trinity Episcopal church, Bridgeport, god-father of the prospective bridegroom. Mrs. W. Craig Barber, Waterbury and Mrs* Frederick D. Zonino, New Haven, will attend the bride as matrons of honor;'and bridesmaids will include Miss Kancy Schmuck and Miss Patricia Morton, both of Naugatuck, Miss Janet HoJst'jn, New Canaan, and Mrs. William T. Salom, Ridley Park, Pennsylvania, sister of the groom. William. T. Salom will serve .as his brother-in- law's best man, and William M. Chittenden, Jr., : brother of the bride, Arthur ,C, Du'tton, Poughkeepsie, New York, W;ii::er F. Tcr- rance, Jr., Waterbury, Kenneth A. Wood. Madison, Thjiuas. N. Tuttle, Milwaukee,^ -"Wisconsin, and Lawrence -Cbe, Wate.-bury, willTJsh- er guests. • •A-member "of the Junior League of Waterbury;'the'.bride >vas sraii- uated from St. Margaret's school, Walnut Hill school, Pi ne Manor junior college, and the Child Education Foundaton. Mr. Pierpont, an alumnus of the Ldomis school and Yale university,: 1 , is a'veteran of the United States. Navy, Pacific theatre.-.. - • • Personals -The Women's Society of Christian Ser.v 1C e of the Naugatuck Methodist church will be hostess to women of the West Side Hill Methodist church, Waterbury,, at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening. "Women and Society" will be the topic, of ihe talk to .be given by Mrs. Willard Ophouse, West Haven. The meeting will celebrate the 10th anniver- sary.of the founding of the WSCS. r '•• BLACKSTOl^E | AUTOMATIC WASHERS '-- Immediate Delivery ' Limited Quantity EASY TERMS FURNITURE CENTER 70 RIVERSIDE DRIVE NATJGATCCK, CONN. i Open Every Night Until 9 • All .--.'•' Day Mondays --•'•-.--•.-• Tel. 2810 MRS. JOSEPH.JOHN MAJNE- JR., nee Zita Elizabeth Ces- arczyji, -exchanged marriage vows with Mr. Majneber at 9 o'clock this morning in. St. Hedwig's church; Union City.. •'... . Nin? O'Clack Bridal Unites Miss Gesarczyk Miss Zita Elizabeth .Cesarczyk, daughter of Mr. and~Mrs. John Cesarczyk, 58-Anderson, street, Union ity, was united in marriage.qt 9 o'clock' this morning with Joseph John Majneber, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Majneber, 16 Williams street, New Haven, in St. Hed- wis's church, by the pastor, Rev. William Topor. For the. double ring ceremony, the bride entered the church oh the arm of her father,, and was attended by-Miss Jsan Majneber, New Haven, sister of the bridegroom, as maid of honor:''.Edward' G-word-iak, New. Haven, was best man.: .- • - . • • •Mrs. .^Theresa Soliwocki,' organist and - vocalist presented tradi- :i.onal nuptial music. The church altar was banked \vith "sjpir.ingp^flow- ers and palms, and clusters :of lilies of fv >o 'vallev .-marked the! pews. .White -nylon, marquisette, over a.tin with' chantilly lace : inserts was-- worn , by the bridel.. fashioned with wrist-pointed-sleeves and full skirt: fall ing .in to a,,long train. Her Queen Anne, chantilly lace ' crown "•ith seedeB baby pearls', held-her fingertip veil trimmed 'with chan '.illy lace. Her', .wjsite . prayerbook was marked ' with ,a ; ,lavender orchid and stephan'otis streamers The rhaid of 'honor wore orchid nylon "marquisette -dyer- orchid -taffeta, 'designed with'fitted bodice. off : the-shoulder neckline and full skirt. .With her orchid open.crown hat she wore matching nylon mitts and carried a cascade a>rangement of yellow roses and mauve sweet peas. Greg Phelah and his orchestra provided music for dancing at the reception that followed at the"'Polish-American club, Union City. Mrs. Cesarczyk received the 150 guests-attending wearing a dusty rose dress draped .with lape, nayy accessories'. a!nd- corsage of yellow roses. The brdegroom's mother assisted in a navy dress, pink accessories arid-corsage of pink roses. For a motor'trip to. Niagara Falls VENETIAN BLINDS • Lebon Venation Blind Monufocfurtng Corp PHONP 3-7Z2I NAUGATUCK NEWS <CONN.), SATURDAY, APRIL M, 1951—PAGE 3 Carol Pollard, Robert L. Garter In Afternoon Bridal The Episcopal church of the Holy Name, Swampscoit, Mass., at 4 o'clock this afternoon, wilr'be.'the setting, for. the- marriage of 'Miss Carol Eleanor Pollard, daughter.of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vaughn Pollard, 33 Gale road, ''SwaShpscott, and Robert Leg-gett Carter, Beagle Manor, Marblchead, son of. Warden and Mrs. Harry L. Carter, 80" Cliff street. The Kev. Wirislow-F. Becli- with will be the officiating-, clergyman. Bouquets of . mixed.-- white flowers, and greenery will bank the church altar for the candlelight ceremony. A program of .traditional organ music will be presented. \ As the. bride is escorted on the arm of her father,- she .-Will- be gowned in imported peau d'ange lace over .pure '-white- satin, -designed with a high" illusion neckline edged -'with.,'lace,' lull : lace sleeves and long train.-' French illusion fingertip"veiling will be attached to-her brimmed bonnet of a similar lace, and - she will . carry Eucharis lilies, centered' with a purple throated white orchid. For the double ring- bridal, she will be attended by her sister, Mrs. Neil F. -Turner, Lynn,. Mass., as matron of honor. Bridesmaids.Will include a college classmate, Mrs. George Rutter, Hartford; Mrs. Robert N. Bigelow, Beverly; Miss Jane Whitmore, Lynn; _ Miss, Marion Bruce, Nahantj.Miss. Vivienne Pelletier, Lynnfleld; and Mrs. Richard Ranger, Marblehead. Ushering guests who will attend from' Connecticut,.Washington, D, C.and Oklahoma, will be the bride-elect's brother-in-law, Neil F.. Turner, Lynn; Robert O. Miller, Miles K. Wolf son, Edmund Peakes, all . of Marblehead George Flaherty, Saugus, and Robert N Bigelow, Bev- erly. . Andrew J. Pacher, Cincinnati, Ohio, will ser've Mr. Carter as best»man. A white ballerina embroidered organdie gown over a purple sheath will be worn by the matron of honor, accented by a purple sash and matching shoes. '.With her headdress of violets and green leaves,' she will carry -similar blooms with purple and white ribbon streamers. The bridesmaids will beiattired in similar gowns and headdresses, and the streamers of their bouquets of violets will foe purple. Mrs. , Pollard . will attend her daughter's weading in turquoise chiffon arid lace, violet tulle : hat and mitts and silver shoes. Mrs. Carter has selected dusiy pink chiffon and black hat, and both mothers will wear purple orchid corsages. A reception will follow for 300 guests at. the Tedesco Country club, Marblehead. Ken Reeve's orchestra will provide music for dancing and flowers and greenery will decorate the club. For traveling, the prospective bride has chosen a navy blue suit, white flowered hat with red accent and red cobra accessories. The couple will reside in Cincinnati Ohio, upon returning from a wedding trip to The Cloister, Sea Island, Ga. This afternoon's bride is an alumna of Mount Holyoke college, South Hadley, Mass. A flight engineer with the United States Army Air Force during World War II, Mr. Carter was graduated from .Irving school, Tarrytown, N. Y., and Cornell university, Ithaca. He is an installation engineer on jet •engines; with the General Electric '.company, Lynn. Kennedy Circle Bowling League Banquet Is Held The newlj-organized bowling league of- Kennedy - Circle, Daughters ! of -• Isabella,- ;held a banquet Thursday evening at V i m e r ' s Brookside ,Inn Oxford Dancing and group singing- >\as Tijoyed Among those attending were Captain Madge Mariano, Mildred C. Galvin. Mrs. -.Henry Behlnia'n-, Catherine Reilly Mrs Fred Aidry, Mrs. 'Sam Amato,"-Mrs. .-John-• Mancuso 1 , Mrs. Nick Mariano! Mrs^William Evans, Mrs; Stephen. Kecskes, Miss Kay Finateri, Mrs Paul Clisham, Mrs. John'. Malik,- >?Mrs. Daniel'Walsh. Mrs'; i John L. Burns, Mrs. James 1 Ciarello, :Miss Carihella Finateri, and Angela Maria Marir a.no. Guests at the affair included Mrs "Conlcth E Kiernan, regent and Peter J. Miele. -Mrs. Kiernan was presented with' a corsa'ge' and Captain Mariano was given a gift by members of the. league; uuci Canada, the bride traveled in a grey flannel suit ;trimmed with banker's' grey and matching stole, a natural straw hat with red-flowers, red accessories and orchid .corsage. They will.reside at 22 Tilton- street, New Haven, upon their return. The bride is a graduate of Toronto High school and Shaws' Business college, Toronto, Canada. Mr. Majneber, -a, veteran of three and a half years service in the/United States Navy attended Boardman Trade school, New Haven. PERSONAL Miss Barbara Burtnett, a student at Danbury State Teachers college, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Burtnett, 17 Salem street, will take part in a presentation of the Gilbert and' Sullivan operetta, "lolanth'e" at Danbury High'school auditorium, May 16' and 17. MISS ELIZABETH L. KIS- SAJXE 'has been named to the managing board of the Pembroke college .yearbook, class of 1952. Betsy Krssarie Named To Year Book Staff Board Miss Elizabeth L. Kissane, daughter of Mr.-and Mrs. James F. Kissane, 29 Sweeney street, is among those newly appointed to the managing board of the Brun Mae!, yearbook at Pembroke college, Providence, R. I. A graduate, of the Naugatuck High school, Miss Kissane will be co-photography editor of the 1952 Srun Mael. A junior class member at Pembroke, she is a candidate for the degree of Bachelor of Arts. . During her senior year at the Naugatuck High school, she served, as editor-in-chief of the NHS yearbook. MR. AND MHS. ARTHUR F. EVON of Quinn street, who will celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary with an 'open house' Sunday afternoon at the home "of their son and duughter-iri-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Evon, 179 Quinn street The couple will mark their anniversary on Monday, April 23, having been married in St. Francis' church in 1906 by .the late Bev. William 3. Fanning. Mr. and Mrs. Even have five children and seven grandchildren. —News photo, Anderson- MISS PATRICIA ANN HOLLOWAY, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Holloway, Beacon Falls, have made known her approaching marriage to Edward Betkoski. —Arthur Studio— Mothers Club Annual Card Party Monday The Mothers-club of St.. Francis' church .will, sponsor their-annual card party Monday evening,. April 23, in,St. Francis' school hall beginning, at 8. oclqck. The event will benefit St.. Francis' school. , ' .Table -prizes will.be awarded, and refreshments served. Various chairmen are as follows: Mrs. Joseph Monahan, tickets; Mrs. Edward Ash ; door prize's.;' Mrs. John Healy, table prizes; .Mrs. Thomas Lynch, food; Mrs'.'Charles Vest,.table";. Mrs. Olh'e 'Lorsph.'.coffee; .'Mr'rfi Edward McCarthy, cake booth. , .Personate A 'baked- ham dinner will be served to members' of the Naugatuck Fellowcraft association Monday evening-in'Masonic temple' at 6:30 o'clock. A class of candidates will be initiated' arid a brief business meeting Miss Holloway Is Fiancee Of Edward Beikoski .Mr.- and •- Mrs. Leo Holloway, Church, street, Beacon Falls, an nounce. the engagement and forthcoming marriage' of their daugh- ter,'Patricia'Ann," to Edward Bet- 'koski-, son of John Betkoski, Beacon Fall's- ' • Their marriage - will be solemnized .on'Saturday, April 28, in'St. Michael's church. Beacon-Fails, at 10. o'clock.- '•••'. • - . • ; . Alice Amador, Mr.-Henriques * Wed At 9 O'clock Miss Alice Amador, 3-Church street, daughter of' Mr. and Mrs, Julio Amador,, Murtosa,' Portugal, became the bride of Manuel Henriques, son of Mr. and,: Mrs. Jose Henriques; Mmeola, L. L, N. Y., this morning at 9 o'qlock, in , St. Francis' church. The 'double'.ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. George F. Durm, as the Bride was presented in marriage by'her uncle, Lazaro Ma'rqucs. Bouquets of mixed flowers and palms banked the church altar, and a program of traditional wedding- music was presented,' as the bride was preceded by Miss Regina Henriques, sister of the bridegroom, maid of honor; Miss Fernanda Marques,, Miss Mary Henriques, New York' 1 ; and Miss Virginia Marques, bridesmaids^ Hilda Moura was flower girl, and Robert Se- bolao, ring-bearer. 'Carlos Marques attended Mr. Henriques as best man, and Newark, N. J., Mineola, L. I., Stonington, Waterbury and local guests were ushered by Jack F. Calcado, N. Y.; Manuel Caravela and Manuel Oliveira, both of New Jersey. White satin fashioned the bridal gown, having a lace bodice, long lace sleeves pointed at the wrists, and double inserts of lace accenting the cathedral train. A tiara of rhincstones held her fingertip length veil, and she carried stcpha- notis, centered with orchids. Pink marquisette with a strapless bodice and matching capelet was worn by the maid of honor, and with her headband of white carnations and .blue sweetpeas she carried a bouquet of similar flowers. Blue marquisette gowns and similar colored capelets were worn by the bridesmaids, and their bouquets were of white carnations and pink sweetpeas. They also wore similar blooms in their hair. The flower girl was attired in blue nylon tulle with lily of the valley trim, and carried pink eweetpeas and carnations. • '••"• A dinner was held at Arnold's, in Oakville, and a reception for 150 guests followed at the Portuguese club, with the bride's aunt, Mrs. Marques receiving in : a : nav'y-''en- semble and navy and pink .accessories. The groom's mother wore navy with black accessories. Tony Amador and his Stardust orchestra played for dancing. For an .unarfnounced > wcd'ding trip, Mrs. Henriques selected- a.tan three piece,suit, .brownLan'd 'beige accessories and orchid corsage. Upon their return, Mr. and Mrs. Henriques will be'at'hdme at Garden City Park, Long Island,' N/ Y., following May 1. The groom" is a veteran -o£ World Wai 1 ; II, having served in the Pacific theater. PERSONAL . Mrs. Esther C.' Becker, 226 Meadow street, is sponoln'j the weekend (with friends in CVreat Neck, Long Island. Among the out-of-town guests attending the 9 o'clock wedding this morning . .of Miss Zita Elizabeth Cesarczyk, Anderson street, to Joseph John Majneber, Jr., New Haven, this morning at St. Hedwig's church were Mr, and Mrs. Z. Dunikowski, Passaic, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Adam Zaborowski and son, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. F. Ewonoski, AnsOnia; Mrs. Vera Nowie and daughter, Jack Kenny, Miss Gloria Salvatore, and Mr. and Mrs. H. Mann, all of Waterbury., Kent A Cutaway For That Important Event Other Formal Clothes For Hire IMBIMBO'S 12 Union St., Wtby, Phone 3-8896 None Too Bi(r or Small. We Can FH Them All. HER DAY * RUST CRAFT MOTHER'SDAY CARD Cards and Gifts for All Occasions Visit Our Gift Annex hi the Balcony SWEENEY'S Art and Stationery Store 213 Church St. Naugntuck REClANGUlflRTUBE IV COIDO in and see these brand new beauties, in a wiriety of console and table model styles and woods! Here is Zenith® BlackMagic Television with the newest Rectangular Tube. 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