The Times-Tribune from Scranton, Pennsylvania on November 28, 1949 · 21
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Scranton, Pennsylvania
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Monday, November 28, 1949
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Becomes Bride in Minooka Ceremony . ..... -mim 1 1 '!fiiJi;fefe. i Jmmm bbbbW SJ Brw sS am ssss4 aaam s-Lsk J'iBriEfnK rVav!! Lsssssssskh. imL iff y . Catholic Lectures Resume Wednesday Rev. Thomas J. Cawley, editor in chief of The Catholic Light, will lecture Wednesday night at 8 P M at the Catholic Information Caaatar &20 Jefferson Ave., oil the topic, "Idea of Sin, Fall and Redemption and Incarnation." The lecture series began in Oc tober and will continue until next May The lectures are specially prepared for inquiring non-Catholics who wish to know something of catholic beliefs and practices. The last several lectures wen given by Her. Victor Donovan CP.. St. Ann's Monastery, who will return at later date. Rev. Eugene A. Morsn. center di rector, today announced that on Wednesday. Jan. 18. the center will sponsor a lecture at the Knights of Columbus Hall, Adams Ave., by Rev. John M. Oesterreicher, New York City pastor and a convert from Judaism. Mrs. Edward J Donohoe will serve as general chairman of arrangements for the lecture and will be assisted by committees to be later. Wed Saturday in Myrtle Street Church .THE SCR ANTON TIMES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 194. 21 Por'nit MRS. JOHN L. PRINDIRGAST JR. Louise Judge, daugh- of Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. t. 2834 Birney Ave., Minooka, east John L. Prindargast Jr.. bob of Mrs. Elizabeth Prendergaat. Easton. were married Saturday in St. Joseph's Church. Minooka Rev. William Ward, Ashley. Pa., officiated. Miss Helen Vernal was and Joseph Schofield. vo- Cold vases of chrysanthe- decorated the organist TW. M saaaas rut DTio?. givffl in marriage by father, wore a candlelight satin gown, samara neck line, large bertha collar in back and triple rawas of collar in front, long sleeves tapering at the wrists. buttons m front from a fitted; bodice, full skirt with Urge folds in a long train. Her finger French illusion veil fall from an heirloom Venetian She carried white orchids in ivy and white aaettee. of honor. Miss Sally of the bride, wore a cardinal purple velveteen gown wtth a sweetheart neckline, fitted bodice, aasskeaaskg Ftessth skull cap with a purple bow asm avaline itrsoisri in back and a very full skirt. She carried purple hybrid orchids arranged in rcy Mrs. Joseph Higgins and Miss Marilyn Ryan were briitaamaiits They were harvest green valvatsea similar to the maid of They carried gold hybrid in try wedding. Mrs an Autumn sky blue with beaded top. y blue satin hat. and an orchid 18 a foe blue crepe dress with cut steel beaded trim, matching hat. black accessories and an or. chid F Of n. Nicholas Vitale. Easton: Tnk RlnntAwii V I mnA JOhn and Martin Judge, brothers home for the wedding party, families and out-of-town guest A reception was held tears later. A graduate of Marywood Seminary and College, the bride was on the staff of the American Social Hygiene Association. New York City. The bridegroom, a Navy lieutenant during the last war, is a graduate of Easton Hi eh School. Blair Academy and Colgate Uni versity He is end coach at George town University, Washington. D.C. When the couple left on a wedding trip, the bride were a blue weal drees with plum Jacket trimmed with blue Russian dyed broadtail, matching hat. black accessories and white orchids. Out-of-town guests included: Mrs. Stephen Kuk. Blairstown; Mrs. Nicholas Vitale. Miss Mae Hegarty Mr. and Mrs. W. J. C. Hegarty, Mrs. John Morber. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mereer and Mr. aed Mrs. S. Morrow. Easton; Mr. and Mrs. Lao Mc-Glynn. East Orange, N J ; Mrs. Helen Hilbig and son and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Caprioli. Canadensis; Mr. and Mrs. John Bramich. Phil lipsburg. N J : Mr. and Mrs. Breed Thompson, New York City; Mr. snd Mrs. Joseph Dillon, Bala Cynwyd, and Mrs. John Hanley and . N.Y. Births at Hospitals AT ST. MARY'S: Dauahter to day to Aloysius and Graea Higgins Lavelle. 7M Snyder Ave.; son. Sat urday to Jack and Sally Needham Gillespie. 1418 Pittston Ave. AT STATE: Sons Saturday to John and Rachel Jefferson Stonka. 1200 Wood St.; Peter and Ceil Jar gieile Kubowics, 1416 Fellows St.; William and Sophie Olenik Bucier-ka. 1000 Mount Vernon Ave.; James and Victoria Nevaso Dervas. 534 Chestnut St.. Dunmore. AT WEST SIDE: Daughter yesterday to John and Theresa Abchi Buzad. 224 Fairview St. AT WOMAN'S: Daughter Saturday to Louis and Rosemary Pic-cotiai Ciuccio, 112 South Main St.. Old Forge. AT MERCY: Sons today to Wil liam and Rachel Williams DeCiccs. 217 Meridian Ave.: Thomas and Mary Ailman Barry. 1216 Marion Louise O'Hora. daughter of Mrs. An-St.; sons yesterday to Edward and drew J. O'Hora. 2006 Electric St.. Marion K. Kimble Hardy, 219 Fair-1 Dunmore. and the late Mr. O'Hora. view Rd Clerks Green: Peter and to William F. Roland, son of Mr. MRS. DAVID JAMES LAUDIO (Powell Portrait) Miss Joan Marie Naylor. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Nay lor. 500 Colfax Ave., was married to David James Laudig. son of Mr. and Mrs. James J. Laudig. 841 Prescott Ave. Saturday at 2:30 PM. in Myrtle Street Methodist Church. Rev. Mark E. Kroehler performed the ceremony. Detail! of the wedding appeared in Saturday's Times. of The marriage Mi rbu followed at the bride' Senior Girl Scouts Elect President Tonight Sera nt on gamier Girl Scouts will elect a president tonight at 7 at Girt Scout House, Adams Ave. Other officers wore elected at a recent planning board meeting. They are: Vice president. Miss Pauline Ciliberti; secretary. Miss Anne Reese, and treasurer. Miss Sondra Shair Senior troop presidents will dis cuss their union's program. Mrs. Max Roth will talk on "A Speakers' Bureau." Mrs. James K. Pock will speak on 'Public Relati Miss Ginger Riteh will least group singing. Games will bo in charge of Miss Grace Weinig. Members of Senior Troop 21 win oe "Heavenly" Dessert for a Down -to -Earth Budget! rlunW-TwtaT AMBROSIA FL0ATIN6 ISLAND rtok i is Isao-eest enough for every day! Be concentrated to double richness, Tture, that you couldn't get wtth J leas generally than bottled milk. Poppy Pappas Petrakis. 721 Mul berry St ; daughters yesterdsy to William and Alice Tyler No well. S26 North Apple St., Dunmore; John and Mary Cox King. 508 Moltke Ave.; son Saturday to Ray mond E. and Dorothy Ann Felt on Beasley. 017 Olive St. AT HAHNEMANN: Daughter today to Frank and Phyllis Con-teasa Marfisi. 527 East Drinker St; Dunmore; daughters yesterday to Charles and Minnie Bersarge Ko mi noski, 600 Prospect Ave.; Richard and Ruth Armbruster Goerlitx, rear 936 Wheeler Ave.; Rocco and Margaret CasUegrande CiuUo, 114 St. Frances Cabrini Ave.; son yesterday to Joseph end Florence Chesik Coleman. 006 Palm St.; daughters Saturday to Alfred and Florence Hunter Kellerman. Wa-verty; Dr. Rubin and Gertrude Wruble Zimmerman, 411 Arthur Ave.; eon to Anthony and Helen Kuless Cerra. 190 Harrison St.. Dunmore. AT TAYLOR: Son yesterday to Harold and Evelyn Aston Lifts, Moscow. RD 3. and Mrs. William C. Roland, 1409 Gibson St.. took place Thanksgiving Day In St. Mary's Church, Dunmore. Rev. Thomas McHugh officiated. The bride wore an ankle-length gown of royal blue, featuring a velvet bodice with apron and bustle effect over a full satin skirt. Her matching velvet Juliet cap was trimmed with royal blue ostrich tips. She carried a prayerbook with white orchids and stephanotis. Miss Nancy O'Hora was her sister's maid of honor. Her dress of Americsn Beauty velvet and satin was fashioned on the same lines as that of the bride. She wore s matching velvet hat trimmed with bronze ostrich tips and carried a cascade of gold bronze chrysanthemums. Donald Boland. Wayne, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. For her daughter's wedding. Mrs. O'Hora wore a dress of mink brown crepe with matching acces sories and a gardenia corsage. The bridegroom's mother wore a mid- Berbers night blue dress with black scces- sories and a gardenia corsage. Breakfast for the bridal party and immediate families followed at Hotel Casey. A reception waa held later at the bride's home. The former Miss O'Hora Is s graduate of Dunmore High School and Marywood College. She is employed as a home service supervisor by the Pennsylvania Power A Light Co., Shenandoah. Mr. Boland, a World War 2 veteran, was graduated from Technical High School and is employed by the Norwich Pharmaceutical Co. The bride's going away costume consisted of a beige pink suit with brown accessories and white orchid corsage. Following a Canadian wedding trip the couple will reside in Williamsport. mu MVS 0NLV Tues. Wed. Thur. ..eentlCTfcO mm sW pvAi mj MS cuww. 1 VEU iiAUsmr nun ssssaEaari ataai MFD. AMBROSIA FLOATING ISLAND C BttlCTIONl . . Heat milk and water slowly to boiling. Stir is niiitiire of slightly beaten egg yolks, S tablespoons sugar, the salt and orange rind. Cook over boiling water ""e until mixture thickens slight ly, or about 3 min. Remove from heat; stir in orange juice. Pour into shallow quart serving dish. Cover and chill. When ready to serve, beat SSM nlaHii saf. Boat Sal cup sugar slowly. Drop in 4 "islands" on custard. Top "islands with coconut Garnish REE I TWs kcirW keek ef "HUSIAND-TISTI 0" IKIPf. S try Mery Lse TsnsW 58 racapes chosen as favorites by husbands in sssts made in homes coast -to-ooastl Every one a praise winner every one a money-saver when Es use Pet Milk! For your copy, write Pet Milt. 16 Arcade Bldg.. St. Louis 1. Mo. 1 16-318 . H r it i w T h i J I Yes, the famous Hssvsr 101, complataly rebuilt with new Untied parts, end the Crewn hand staansr Is a bernaln FREE 55 phone 2-8279 71 IWTQ VAC Ml aassssos aouw -ir I fUssWI JTteci, ML ran f i I ..d H.i Cleaeee. I9 &ZO60m SIS Spruce St. I Miss Anhe L. Barrett, daughter of Mrs. Lydia Barrett. 80 Murray St., Binghamton. and the late Thomas Barrett, was married to Jerome J. Connors, 218 North Sum ( CnnUnufi on Pane 22) Easy Way Suggested For Washing Gloves Oleves can sdd that smart Immaculate touch to your outfit only when they are cared for properly Wilted, dingy looking gloves, or gloves la need of repair will attract more attention than no gloves at all, according to Mrs. Betty Parks, home economics extension representative in Lackawanna County. It is easy to wash and keep gloves looking fresh. The secret is to wssh them before they get too dirty. If soil is allowed to accumulate on gloves, it not only comes off on bands snd clothes, but la difficult to remove. "White doeskin, pigskin and capeskin gloves will require more frequent washing than beige, gray, or dsrker colors. However, any leather gloves should be washed when spots or smudges appear. To wash gloves, start with a food thick suds made with mild soap flakes in lukewarm water. Squeeze the suds through the gloves until they are clean. Pigskin and capeskin gloves may be washed on the hands, but doeskin snd suedes sre very tender when wet so should bo handled gently," reminds the borne economist "When the inside of gloves is soiled, turn them inside out and wash. Rinse gloves in clear luke warm water, then make another light lukewarm suds and sen seta through the gloves. Do not rinse out this lest suds. "Roll the wet gloves in a turkish towel to take up excess water. Blow into gloves to separate fingers, then lay gloves on a towel. away from direct heat, to dry. "When gloves are almost dry. massage or finger press them. Gently work the lest her between the thumb and fingers to make it soft and pliable. Allow gloves to finish drying. If gloves have dried stiff, roll them in a dampened towel for a few minutes before trying to finger press them. "When you put gloves away, smooth them out fist. A layer of tissue paper between each pair of gloves helps to keep them clesn when not being used," Mrs. Parks declared. WCTU Group to Hear Talk by Psychiatrist Dr. Robert V Seliger. psychiatrist and author, will address the Alcohol Education Department study group of the Central Citv Women'. Christian Temperance Union to morrow at 9:30 A M in the YWCA. He will apeak on "It's Smarter Not to Drink." Mrs. Caroline Feldman, department director, will preside. Luncheon will be served. The public is invited. Canasta Cards Rocks Score Fads Community Book Shop 532 gprtits St. Adv 024-M W F42S-bttt D18 In 1888 there was only one woman physician in the United States. Mildred Ann Penyak Thanksgiving Day Bride film Vft ssjtfl, '-Wm aaV bbb ataassssL bbbw dBaaaKaaaaaaaaasm - LaaaaaVfl IT BBBBBBsl aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasV JssaW BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVLViiim tTKflamt jB fjalle zhMmmL daww LwBr aaaL wer BaaaaSkar 9Kt -sV - aC 9w rf aaawai aA'nTBBBsar f Mm WmwklLwk ,-W. "MX MRS. 8DWIN J. BUTLER (Game Fortran Miss Mildred Ann Penyak, daugh-uate of Dunmore High School and ter of Michael Penyak, 1339 Jef ferson Ave., snd the late Mrs. Anna Penyak. became the bride of Edwin J. Butler, son of Mr and Mrs. John T. Butler. SIS Prescott Ave . on Thanksgiving Day at 11 AM. in Immaculate Conception Chapel. Magr. Joseph A. Madden officiated at the double ring ceremony. The church was decorated with white chrysanthemums and pompons. Harold A. Mundy was organist. The bride wore a gown of heir State Hospital School of Nursing, attended Keystone College. She is employed by the Visiting Nurse Association A Central High School graduate, the bridegroom is attending evening sessions at the University of Scranton. He is employed by the East Scranton State Rank and Is a World War 2 veteran. The couple left on a wedding trip to Washington, DC. The bride's going-sway costume consisted of a treehark gabardine suit, dark green accsisories, fur loom satin with a basque bodice, Cap mn6 n rchid sheer voka neckline, double satin bertha, loaf tapering sleeves and I m manual Baptist Unit, uuuiiiiii smii timi iniurru large satin bow creating a bustle ef feet and terminating in a cathedral train. Her hand-rolled finger tip veil of imported French illusion was arranged from a satin calotte trimmed with a double row of Mission Guild to Meet The Women of Immanuel Baptist Church will meet with the World Mission Guild st the church Fri dsy at 8 P.M. Mrs. John BiUek will be in charge of the program. A orange blossoms She carried ajcnrtstsnss theme win be followed white satin prayerbook with an M Arthur Former will lead de-orchid marker. votions Miss Susan Penyak wu her sii-! An executive board meeting of ter's maid of honor. She wore a th bemanuel Women will floor-length gown of aqua taffeta with a fitted bodice, rolled bertha creeling an off the shoulder effect, cap sleeves, bouffant skirt that festured a bustle, matching taffeta mitts and bonnet with a flower trim. Frank M. Dartt was best man A breakfast followed at Spencer's. Dunmore, with a reception later at the Dippre. The former Mias Penyak. a grad- the general meeting. Have Your Curtains I aiiiafWad Now For Adv. NSS-tf Shamrock, national floral emblem of Ireland, is a species of bop clover. asaasm sfil f" "3 '" H-fBnB 'rsay L3aw sal ataaaal sSiSHnaaaBsssssss : BaaasK Gu, honey-youh not a bride any more -HBiBl Ihh is real coffee !" 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