The Berkshire Eagle from Pittsfield, Massachusetts on September 8, 1972 · Page 8
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The Berkshire Eagle from Pittsfield, Massachusetts · Page 8

Pittsfield, Massachusetts
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Friday, September 8, 1972
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8--The Berkshire Eagle, Friday, Sept. 8. 1972 Jody Garstang to wed tonight in ceremony at St. Mary's Jody Garstang Marty The bride will wear a silk organza gown trimmed with Alen- con lace, crystals and pearls. A matching lace cluster will hold her veil. She will carry carnations, pink and white roses and ivy. Mrs. John C. Pimental will be matron of honor for her sister; ·Miss Evelyn Romeo will be bridesmaid; Starleue C. Tctlow, flower girl. The matron of honor and flower girl will wear strawberry satin gowns and the bridesmaid will wear rose s:\tin. They will carry carnations, roses and pompons. Henry Malfronte will be best man. John A. Garstang, brother of the bride, and Bryon Stigge will usher. The couple will live in Minneapolis, Minn. The bride is a graduate of Pittsfield High School and La- Baron Hairdressing Academy. She was a hairdresser for Berkshire Beauty Salon. Mr. Mathis is a graduate of Martin Behrman College and Louisiana Polytechnic Institute, h revived a degree in L. Social Air* Community Events Christine McGill Women's Club News Vicky Ann Ano Social briefs is fiancee of Edward Killela The program of activities dur- t n l w I,,.,',//» n f ing September at the Women's "' UK "' Klc Ul Club will be highlighted by a fall fashion show on Friday, Sept. 2», according to Mrs, Kob' Richard Wilbur C. Koy Boutard, horticultural director of tho Berkshire Garden Center, is spending li) days on the West Coast attending u"i« 27th annual Horticultural Con- sponsored by tlic Amcri- -. DALTON -- Miss Vicky Ann ert J.' White, chairma.i. The Ano, daughter of JMr. and Mrs - - - - show, to be held at the club, Richard J. Ano of 83 Mountain- -' al1 Horticultural Society in Sewill be presented by England's, view Ter., will become the bride attic. He will visit 'Jistjiiyiiialii-d' The fall series of educational th 'S evening ot Richard W. Wil- gardens in that city, VatKvuver classes will be announced w i t h i n kur, su " °f Mi'- and Mrs. Don- the week. However, additional a!d R- Wilbur of 25 Chestnut St. enrollments in the new series of The Rev. Cyril J. Burns will Yoga classes, starting tonight, oficiate at the 7 o'clock ceremo- will be accepted u n t i l next "V in St. Agnes' Church. A re- Thursday for morning and eve- ception will follow at the home ning classes. of the bride's parents. The club has received n or- . Tfle br i de wil1 wcar a S° w " of chestra tickets for the one-day lvor - v c h l t f o n and re-embroi- and Victoria, Caaadc Mrs. Jean Horrigun 1'enna of Rome, Gn., formerly of Pitt:;field, is visiting her uncle, C. J. Horrigan cf 27 DANCING . FRI.. . . UNION BREAK SAT. . . . MELLOW MORNING OAK n SPRUCE RESORT So. Lee, Moss. entail a uincta ivi my uiiccict V , *. . *" matinee theatre party t.) Now .!,,. Alencon lace - A late bow will hold her veil and she will York on Saturday, Sept. 23. The Tony Award winning musical cai ?' y ivy "Two Gentlemen of Verona" is daisies Miss Christine McGill WHliam Elsworth Mathis New York will be married tonight in St. Mary's Church. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. John C. Garstang of U Stanley Avc. and Mr. and Mrs. Ulmont E. Mathis of New Orleans, La. The Rev. Timothy J. Hallahan will officiate at the 7 o'clock ceremony. A reception will follow at the GEAA Clubhouse. Ann Blair engaged to Mr. Zolkowski Mrs. Marjorie McGill of 72 Lenox Avc. announces the en- enjoyed b/GE^Ti,V^cm. £~| ^^ ^g?"; Miss Jody Ann Garstang and . . . - *-.--·-- "=- -- ;- · · o f electrical engmcermg. Formerly BaBemcnt .. carnations, and coral roses. the show. Reservations " n i e , Miss . chris ''ne Mullaney will being accepted be mald of ll( n° r . She will wear in, ,· .. u- J L J a cora ' chiffon and ivory .Vcn- Iho first buihday supper isc . lace gown . she m ' party of the season w,ll be held carnatlons and daisjes . t a l r on Monday, Sept. 25, at 6:15 Steven Wilbur w i l l . b e best P '!IV , , L man for his brother. David Ano, Hie club will resume accept- bn) , hcr of the brid j,, h ing rentals or showars either ,n A f t e r a motol . tri t , h the assembly hall or the maple New Eng | and( the c £ , D P m room suite. live at 83 Mountainview Ter. The c a n d 1 e -p i n bowling The bride, a graduate of Wall- leagues will resume bowling at conah R ional H j h s h , ; the Eagle Alleys on Wednesday. a keypunch a keypunch operator for U S uloved'bv 6hio"Brass"j ; o""Min L; » n stme, t» spec. 4 lidward K. Weekend rentals for large Fidelity Guaranty Co. L » U C U _ U J ujuo ordis LO., ,\un- KKlclA J r _ p USA| son of Mr aild picnk , pa ,. lies at C a m p Bluebird, Mr. Wilbur is also a "raduale neapolis. Mrs. Killela of 10 Whipple St. Richmond Pond, will be accept- of Wahconah Regional.°ile is a Miss McGill also is the daughter ed during September, weather student at Northeastern Univer- of John McGill of 5S Curtis Ter. permitting. sity. The wedding is planned foe August. Miss McGill, a graduate of Taconic High School, is employed at Berkshire Superior Products. Mr. Killela graduated from Pittsfield High School and is stationed with the Army in Ger- FALLSTON, Md. -- Miss many. Judie Irene Johnson, daughter of Mrs. Y.T. Johnson of Phoenix and Birtton C. Johnson of Chesapeake Bay, was married Sept. · 3 to Thomas Anthony O'DormeJl, l.S son UL Mr. and Mrs. William P. O'Donncll of 265 High St., Pittsfield, Mass. Mr. O'Donmll is married Rider graduate Judie Johnson married Sept. 3 n ,U Mrs. William Demary of 35 Westminster St. and 'William The Rev. John H. McCall offi- Demary of the Berkshire Hotel elated at the 2 o'clock ceremony announce the engagement of in St. Mark's Church. A recep"- tlle 'r daughter, Kathleen, to tion followed at Peerce's Plan- Frank Penna Jr., son of Mr. tation Restaurant. and Mrs. Penna of 8 Robbins The bride wore an orgnady £ ve - , The Weddin 2 is planned for voile gown. An organdy head"- ' 1- piece held her veil and she car- . Bot h are graduates of Taconic ried carnations and roses. High School. Mr. Penna is em- Mrs. Donald A. Plettenburg ployed b - v Platis B1 ackto?pin 3 . was matron of honor. She wore a yellow voile gown and carried T ? l f \ l f - f r 's'/mii; carnations. Barry H. Westgate IIJLV ^' O/iim was best man. After Sept. 15 the couple will live at 519 Kingsrow Apis., Chews Landing Road, Lindenwold, N.J. Mrs. O'Donncll is a summa cum laude graduate of Rider iuls College, Lawrenceville, N.J. she man " will attend Temple University, Sen - in? as hos[esses wiR be to work toward a master's de- Mrs ^ !fred Be :, M F Mr. and Mrs. Waiter T. Blair free this fall. c i s E Bashaw Missf Margaret of 121 Second St., announce the Mr. O'Donnell is a graduate Beron, Mrs. XorberV if. Ja°coby daughter, of Rider College. and Mrs. Frank Sava°e. ^ A I R C O N D I T I O N E D ^· B E R K S H I R E MUSEUM * P ! T T S F l £ L D ^LITTLE CINEMA Nicholas and Alexandra "It "-lows with a g-rundeur to match the events!" --NBC-TV lei. 443-2533 SHOWPLACE 24 Hr ifi 44S-4OOO Tel. 4 4 2 - 1 0 2 0 CAPITOL § PALACE /fVUtf Eve. 7:00 end 9:00 MAT. SAT. SUN. WED. 2:00 "ihe'other" deals in unnatural and ominous shades from the pbyche ... a golhic mystery . . . -- TIME MAGAZINE E V E R Y MAT. FRI. SAT. SUN. 2:00 WK. Nile 7:15 Start SAT. SUN. CONT. FROM 1:30 BURTOn IS BLUEBEARD' RAQUEL WUCH THE HOTTEST TENS Of WHEELS KANSAS CITY ; r ; BOMBER 2ND NIW "GP" HJTI All Action! CORKY" BARGAIN MITES E V f R Y MOM. rUtS. - Adults Jl 1 443 688 9 Miss Ann Blair Staro aides named Hostesses for the Berkshire Musem Flower Show to be held at the museum Saturday from 2 to 4 p.m. have been named by Mrs. William F. Lester, chair- ELK'S LOUNGE 27 Union St., Pittsfield LOUIE LOMBARD! TRIO SATURDAY Dancing 9 to 1. Public Welcome Watch for "Golden Oldies' "^ AFBAHKOVKHPBOOUCTX3N ' ' ' BUTTERFLIES ABE FREE '****! HIGHEST RATING! An irresistible charmer. an exceptional love story, funny / and moving " ""A tender, very contemporary love story." DAILT AT 7:00 * 9-. SUN. MAT. AT 2 -P 4420477 DAILY AT 7:00 A 9:00 ISUN. MAT.] AT 2:00 THE engagement of ._ 0 , Ann Theresa, to William F. Zol- fcowski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Zolkowski of 42 Marshall Ave. The wedding is planned for .Nov. 25 at St. Joseph's Church. Miss Blair is a graduate of Pittsfield High School and the Berkshire Medical Center school of X-ray technology. She is employed as medical secretary by Berkshire Surgical Associates. Mr. Zolkowski is a graduate of Pittsfield High School and Husson College, Bangor, Maine. He is a manager trainee at Friendly Ice Cream Co. Girls Club Neics Pre-registration for membership cards will be held at the Girls Club next Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to -5:30 p.m. No class registrations wilt be taken at this time. A membership card will eliminate waiting when those enrollments are taken. The card, laminated in plastic, also will help eliminate theft. A recent photo should be brought to registration. Class registration will begin Saturday, Sept. 16, from 10 a.m. to noon. The membership fee is payable then. AH classes will begin the week of Oct. 2. Art CalJcry Cocktails' Supper Lodging )r{hf in An-f titling it 2 milrt mirth nfStorkbridg? Center on Kt. 7 Tel. 298-4700 FOR D I X I X G IX STYLE The Berkshire* must suphisticated rt-staurnnt-inn is serving it s reknown sperialik-s until 11 p.m. Stephen Citron entertains wilh vintnjfc- d.le 1'urtor at the piano until the wi-e hours. -Ill The Gallery- Uftli-- "Memories itfSurrenliitm" lithographs PicUSSIf - "/,,, f l u t f , double" silk-screens nnil nninliiifx, fnifiliirx it sciililiirp. by Cdiiteinpurary artists * DELABAR 307 Central Avenue -- Albany, N.Y. presents ·f -c HEAR EAST REVUE featuring SHARISS anil Two Oriental, Exotic Dancers YAZMEEN NADYA Friday, Sept, 8 Saturday, Sept. 9 TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY Call for Reservations - (518) 436-81 18 CHOUSE J TO AVOia RATIO 8 NOT ,RCCOMMENDI( FOR THOSE OVER 30 YRS. OMY A MQVIi OWt t MOVII OWI i «0,(( AT All - rrjjTJinjf DCDtATPn"fcMll DRIVE INS « MHIItt- RtrtAItU AFT lit ^ sip *mto 660 ME8 ~: 443-1 DAILY AT DUSK EVERYTHING YOU AlWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT SEX An Open Letter to "THE LAST HOUSE the Critics ot ON THE LEFT" Her machett isn't her only : weapon :ints. Sugar gets what she when she wants Sweet it! 1^ The management of the Paris Cinema, Pittsfield- is tuLly aware that since the opening ot "THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT the city officials, police, department and news media have been deluged with complaints due to the explicit gore and violence in this film. In fact, demands have been made on this theatre to terminate the engagement of this movie immediately. However,-after carefully considering all the circumstances, management has decided to continue to show the tRovie. This difficult decision was predicated on the following considerations: The Film relates to a problem that practically every teen-age girl and parent can identify with, yet does not pander to the subject matter. The story does not justify violence, nor does it glorify the degenerates who perpetrate the violence. In fact; the mainstream of complaints -seem to stem from the intense hatred the audience feels for the perpetrators. The Film ends in traditional movie style when all the degenerates are killed and-although justice is served by a bizarre and cruel retaliation, the popular reaction is the punishment was conmensurate to the crime. Thus we feel the movie is merally redeeming and does deliver an important social message. This fact is already being borne out by the number of parents who have been recently taking their daughters to see the film. These parents regard this film as the perfect deterrent to this type of behavior. Their world... a plantation CO-HIT.SHOWN SECOND - R JACQUELINE BISSET IN "THE SWEET RIDE" A deadly new ' twist from the original Hitchcock* BOTH RATED -H- RTE.2ffHfESTHOUS.ST. PHONE 442-9453 ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S GROUND5TAR C O N S P I R A C Y S H O W N SECOND Master Shocking Masterpi -- --·* p% · -a..M.^^ ^^A, NIGGEfe CHARLEY' s i_ j "^ "^ *3OTneDocty warn, the "\Xfesf. Nigger Charley ain't running no more. SHOWN D A U Y A T D U S K -PG_ CO-HIT SHOWN SECOND RATIO - R - RAOUUWIICH - -HANNIf CANlDtR MONDAY NIGHT! FROM PARAMOUNT ADMISSION £?£ DOLLAR NIGHT!

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