The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York on May 24, 1953 · Page 18
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The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York · Page 18

Brooklyn, New York
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Sunday, May 24, 1953
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John J. Delany 3d To Wed Miss Welles Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ralph Welles of Chapel St, Strat. ford, Conn., Ijave announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Mary Burnett Welles, to John J. Delany 3d, son of Dr. and Mrs. John J. Delany Jr. of 361 Clinton Ave. and Ridge- bury, Conn. The bedding will take place at Our Lady of Peace Church in Stratford on June 27. Miss Welles, an alumna of the Knox School, Cooperstown, N. Y, graduated from Goucher College, Baltimore, where she received a Bachelor of Arts de gree. sne is a member or Kappa Alpha Theta. The pro :. ' p: i ', .7.' r , l -r :-r ) X 'Vf '. ' V- imlj f ,.';:.-. -.v?l. spective bride is an art director at Norcroes, Inc., Manhattan. Mr. Delany was graduated from Rensselaer , Polytechnic Institue where he was a member of Phalanx and Delta Kappa Epsilon, and received a masters degree from the Har 1 ,. K V 7 U U U L I f""'' . ' ' 18 BROOKLYN EAGLE, SUN, MAY 24, 1953 Bradford Bchrch Jt f - JSi- 5. v ' Mrs. Frank G. Cummiskey " lY ' T j vard Graduate School of Business Administration. During World War II, he served in the Navy as a Lieutenant (jg) in the Pacific theater. The bridegroom-to-be is a member of the Harvard Club of New York and the New York Athletic Club. aiWi.1 Bt:ii.imim 1 4 Mary Burnett Welles He Is employed by Coyne & Delany Co., Brooklyn. Kathryne H. Glynn Becomes Fiancee Mrs. Ajello to Fete Kings County Women At Luncheon Mrs. Dominick A. Ajello, president of Woman's Auxiliary Of J. A. Hildebrand ,Mo;oa,nd,,MrS-oar0u "Uo Kings County Medical So of 8221 Fort Hamilton Park-! . , . . 7 , wav and Breezv Point an-icletv' Wl11 8lve a luncheon on at nounce the engagement of thetrl Tuesday at 1:30 p.m, at 1:30 p.m. daughter, Miss Kathryne Helen Glynn, to James A. Hildebrand,! son of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Hildebrand of 305 89th St. and Rockaway Point. Miss Glynn is a graduate of Fontbonne Hall Academy. Mr. Schrafft'f for the new officers and board members of the organization. They are president, elect Mrs. Aaron Kottler; first vice president, Mrs. Abraham Sands; second vice president, Mrs. Axel K. Ericksen; recording secretary, Mrs. M. M. Wei- Mrs. Ralph C. Disch Marie Hildebrand attended Cham-plain College and New York University. ner; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Emil Iorio: treasurer, Mrs. Mrs. Wasch, Mrs. Longer i Louis Pellman; associate treas- I 1 1 r i i i i : Hlchkcl 8butr Lieut. Disch Marries Texan urer, Mrs. .ndiies risnei, cu Entertain in Interest Randall P. Kane Of Muscular Dystrophy rectors for three years, Mrs. Joseph Squillace and Mrs. Edwin A. Griffin. Also, hospitality chairman. Mrs. Sidney Neichln: medical defense chairman, Mrs. Vin Mrs. William W. Wasch. and Miss Caryl U. James Bride of Mr. Kane Mrs. Felix G. Langer were hostesses at a tea given at the home of Mrs. Wasch, 295 St. John's Place, on Thursday. The event was for the benefit of the McCormick In Nuptial Miss Marie Antoinette McCormick, daughter of Mrs. Edmund J. McCormick o 79 80th St. and Sand Lake, N. Y and the late Edmund J. McCormick, was married to Frank Gerard Cummiskey of Troy, N. Y., son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank .1. Cummiskey of Philadelphia, Pa., yesterday in the Lady Chapel of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Manhattan. The Rev. Thomas A. Donnellan officiated A reception followed at the Miss Charlotte Hyde, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Irby Hyde of Silsbee, Texas., became the bride of 1st Lt? Ralph Charles j cent Tesoriero; nurse recruit ment and distaff editor, Mrs. Adolph Emerson: recording secretary, Mrs. Weiner;' "Today's Health," Mrs. George Muscular Dystrophy Associa. tlons and to publicize its work. TV, ,. Hi,irr f ran-1 I'nHominnH Tamos flanrVi tor ! v--.r. 1 I , sun VI Paul Cohen, Miss Louise Yont of Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Rush James Jr. of 2 Pierrepont Place Mn and MrSl Cnarles L- Disch and Valley Farm. Old Brookville, and Randall Philip Kane, of . 28 Sl- Mark's Ave- at the and the new director of the as Price; visiting chairman, Mrs. Alfonse Gaimari; membership, sociation, Eugene Davis, were son of Mr. and Mrs. William Kane of Lakewood, Onio, took!First Methodist Church of Site Mrs. Charles S. Monestere, public relations, Mrs. Sol Fein- the speakers. A moving picture on muscular dystrophy bee, Texas. The Rev. H. E. Cleveland, Ohio, was best man place yesterday at the home of the bride's parents on Brooklyn Heights, The Rev. Alvin E. also was shown. There were Floyd of Rosenberg, Texas, officiated, assisted by the Rev. stein; publicity,, Mrs. Sands; legislation, Mrs. Kottler; treas; urer, Mrs. Pellman; program, 50 guests. Cottage of the Hampshire E. Ferguson of Silsbee. A Magary of the Lafayette Ave House, Manhattan. Alfred t, DhlhHm Patricia Anne Braun nue Presbyterian Church per for his brother and Richard Miller of Cleveland and Nor- fleet E. Blaine of Brooklyn, cousin of the bride, were the reception was held at the home,, of the bride's parents. The bride was escorted by Mrs. Edwin A. Griffin; archives, Mrs. Henry Belnfeld; physicians home, Mrs. Clifton Dance; board of directors, Mrs. formed the ceremony in the presence of a few close friends. Delta Delta Delta Meets in Montclcdr The May luncheon and meet The bride, who was given In marriage by her father, wore a ushers. ner oromer, auam ocnuinauu t V:. WL: McCormick. she wore a gown Jerome Victor White of blush ivory Italian silk .Will Marrv Miss Braun The bride, given in marriage Bettyann Sperarizo Bettyann Speranza Is Engaged to After a wedding trip the gown of imported white lace Frederic Elliott, and finance, Mrs. Allen Hull. by her father, wore her mother's wedding gown of ivory ing of the Brooklyn Alliance of Delta Delta Delta was held couple will make their home on At September Nuptial Brooklyn Heights. The bride over bridal satin, made with a molded bodice and a portrait neckline. Both the neckline and satin trimmed with duchess and rose point lace and .her Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Doug Member of Coast Guard yesterday at the home of Dr was graduated from the Mas Idlieid, Illd'lt: Willi a Miuuiutu off-the-shou'der neckline, embellished with Alencon lace, a fitted bodice and a bouffant skirt. Her fingertip illusion veil nf hlnsh ivorv was at St. Patrick's Council Meeting Tomorrow las Braun of 3000 Greystone Grace Newman, 339 Grove St., the points of the long fitted Mr. and Mrs. Archie Speran mother's lace wedding veil. She carried white orchids with ters School in Dobbs Ferry and Scripps College, Claremont, Cal. Montclair, N. J. Miss Ruth S Ave., Riverdale, N. Y., an sleeves were embroidered withlza of 213 34th St. announce the She is the granddaughter of Mrs. C. Vanderbllt Barton of Harley, dean of women at Adelphi College, Garden City, sweet peas and lilies of the valley. Her three sisters were the bride's attendants. Miss Xadine iridescent ? sequins and seed: engagement of their daughter, pearls. The full length skirt Miss Bettyann Speranza, to terminated into a train. A 'Lawrence A. Sena, son of Mr. was the speaker. Brooklyn Heights and the late tached to a cap of matching1 nounce the engagement of their lace. Her bouquet was of pale daughter, Miss Patricia Anne pink Duchess roses Braun, to Jerome Victor White. t.,Vc- c,hman ,Jn of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph John T. Underwood and Mrs James, the maid of honor, was Among those present were: attired in a gold shantung frock Mrs. Sigwald Anderson, Mrs. Mrs. Joseph J. Eschenbren-ner, president, will preside at the monthly meeting of St. Patrick's Parish Council of the National Council of Catholic Women, tomorrow at 8:30 p.m. in the social center, 97th St. and 4th Ave. Mrs. David Potter, vice president and program chairman, Darwin Rush James of Brooklyn and the late Mr. James. -White of 2S0 St. John's Place, coronet of jewels held her(and Mrs. Patrick Sena of Coral finger tip veil In place. A white Gables, Fla. orchid centered in stephanotis! Miss Sueranza is a graduate and carried red roses, and the .UI IIULU UI rl L"iis.t v ii was liia! Gertrude E. Betsch, Miss Virginia Calkins,' Mrs. John J, The wedding is planned for Mr. Kane is an alumnus of Misses Sandra and Beverly formed the bouquet. early September. of Fontbonne Hall Academy Ohio State University. He James, bridesmaids, wore Miss Braun attended the Miss Yvonne Wilson of Sils-.and" St. John's University Col- served in the Army in the dresses of blue-green shantung of honor and the bridesmaids were Miss Elizabeth Virginia Cummiskey of Troy and Mrs. Adam Schnmman McCormick of Flower Hill. They were attired in similar gowns of green bee was maid of honor. Mlssilege. She is a member of Delta Giba, Miss Virginia Grlswold, Mrs. William H. Larkin III. Miss Ruth Leonard, Mrs. Erwin 3. Martin, Mrs. Albert J. Mes-ler. Mrs. Ward Neil. Mrs. Paul Pacific area during World and carried talisman roses Juilliard School of Music. She is finishing her education at Lycoming College in Williams- War II. Russell William Kane of will present the guest speaker, Miss Frances Hennessy, who Haxel Choate of Silsbee, MissiKappa Delta sorority. The Helen Ludwig and Mrs. Wil- prospective bride is teaching will discuss "The Catholic iport, Pa. At Lycoming she the fifth grade in Public School a x0rris, Mrs. Paul Plaisted, Spirit in the Apostolate." ham S. O Ieary, both of Bryan, Texas, and Mrs. S. Larry Jones of Houston, Texas, were 100, Queens. I was elected president of the Drama Club, and is also a silk organza. Their headpieces were crowns of green leaves and thpy carried sprays of Briarcliff deep pink roses. Daughter Born Mr. Sena is a graduate of the University of Miami where he was president of Lambda Chi member of the Lycoming Singers and of the A Cappella Choir. Mrs. Richard Stoeltzing, Miss Dorothy K. Strom, Mrs. Raymond K. Wallin. Rummage Sale The Women's Union of the They were all attired in dress Contemp Alpha fraternity. He is serving omm with the United States Coast a Mr. and Mrs. John F. Wagner of 196 Rutland Road announce the birth of their daughter on May 15 at the Lenox Hill Hospital. Mrs. Wagner is the daughter of Mrs. Arthur pouch and the late Arthur Pouch. Kenilworth Baptist Church, Kenilworth Place and Farragut Guard aboard the cutter Androscoggin, which has recently es of sweetheart blue tulle and had bands of matching tulle rosettes. Miss Wilson carried Better Times roses and the bridesmaids' bouquets were of pink roses. 1st Lieut. William W. Wilt-berger of Columbus, Ohio, acted She is a descendant on her mother's side of John Fordham Carman, the first white boy born on Long Island. Mr. White was graduated from Cooper Union school of Engineering where he received a B.E.E. degree. He followed this with a Master of Arts de Martin B. Stack of Troy served as best man. Arthur W. Schaus' of Garden City, William K. Pohl of Hillside, X. J : Raymond B. Madden of Troy and Thomas F. Dougherty of Troy ushered. The bride is a graduate of Shore Road Academy, Pratt Institute and Paine Hall Road, will hold their annual returned from a two-month rummage sale on Wednesday, weather patrol In the North Atlantic. By RUTH G. DAVIS Society Editor from 10 a.m. to four p.m. . i ommm as best man. Capt. John L. gree from Columbia University Clark of Houston, Texas; 1st School, Manhattan. She is theiWhere he also served in the Lieut. Gilbert C. Schreiner of Hastings, Neb.: S. Larry Jones of Houston. Tpxas. and E. Wel- granddaughter of the late Mr.. teaching capacity of Graduate and Mrs. Adam Schumann of Assistant for two years. Brooklyn and Sand Lake. Mr. cummkey was gradu-. William Kramer ated from Viilahova College,' i.,t w Mhanv Taw School and Union!"111 lvlct"Y don G ilehriest of Silsbee ushered. The bride is a graduate of Southwestern University, University. Massachusetts Girl Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Dorf- ueorgetown, I exas; She is a member of Alpha Delta PI. Dr man of West Roxhury, Mass Disch was graduated from Co Elaine Johannsen And Corp. Bill Martin Will Be Married announce the engagement of lumbia College and Long Island College of Medicine and is their daughter, Miss Joy Dorf :man, to William Kramer, son The Heights Casino at 75 Montague St. was the scene of a cocktail party on Thursday given by Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Blum in the interest of the Boston Symphony Orchestra concerts in the coming season. Guests were informed regarding the concerts, which will be held on Fridays, Dec. 4, Jan. 15, Feb. 12, March 12 and April 9. In the course of the afternoon a new group was organized to be known as "The Brooklyn Patrons of the Boston Symphony Orchestra." Mrs. Haughton Bell, chairman of the Brooklyn Committee for the Boston Symphony Orchestra, one of the sponsoring groups for the orchestra, announced that the aim of the new patrons will be to sell out the orchestra's engagements in the Opera House of the Brooklyn Academy of 'Music. Basis for membership eligibility in the "patrons" is the procurement of new subscribers for the series. Mrs. Blum was attired in a black wool cocktail gown made with a pleated skirt and lace bodice. Her hat was off-white trimmed with a velvet ribbon. Mrs. Bell's dress was of navy blue sheer with taffeta trimming. With this she wore a matching velvet cocktail hat. a member of Phi Chi Medical Mr. and Mrs. Herman .Tohann-;0f rjr. and Mrs. Max Kramer fraternity. He Interned two years at Kings County Hospital and now is with the 3610th i$i m y a sen of 3.121 Avenue T announ.e 0f t;2 E. 8 St. the engagement of their dau?h- yui Dorfmani a graduate of ter, Miss Elaine Johannsen. to Gil.s, Laljn Scho0i aUem(.(i Corp. Bill Martin, son of Mr.'the state Teachers' College at and Mrs. William Martin of,Vnrth irlams Mass. anrt vb. Medical Group, Harlingen A.F.B., Texas. L-pon ineir return from a wedding trip to New Orleans, the couple will reside in Harlingen, Texas. . 1206 Cortelyou Road. Miss Johannsen is a graduate of the Fashion Institute of ceived her master's degree from Tufts College. Mr. Kramer is a graduate of Technology and is employed by the Polytechnic Preparatory N. S. S. P. Auxiliary Mr. John's, Inc., Corp. Martin, rountrv Dav School. He was who is serving with the U. S.lgraduated from prjnceton Uni-Marine Corps, has recently re-vei.sitv cum iaufe and ls at! turned from Korea. He is sta-pref.ent entering his fourth Sets Fall Bridge Date Mrs. John J. Martin, presl AMONG THE GUESTS WERE: Mrs. Donald Roes. Mr. and Mrs. Carleton D. Mason, Mrs. John Bailey King, Mrs. Edward C. Blum, Mr. and Mrs. Lytle Chambers, dent of the Ladies' .Auxiliary tioned at Camp I.ejeunc, .win!vear at tne Harvard Medical S A, I S..S ,.' 11 I i 1 Carolina. )r. and Mrs. h.dwin P. Maynard Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. ! 1 of the Nursing Sisters of the Sick Poor, 439 Henry St., has appointed Mrs. Francis A. Young, former president, as Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard P. Moore, Mrs. Lewis W. rancis, Mrs. Percy R. Grav, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew L. ...X A I C ttv '1 general chairman of the Fall fund raising card party on Oct.j tioniory. Paul (Jomory, Mr. and Mr. Carroll J. Dickson, Mrs. John Hooper, Mrs. John W. Faison. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. 3 in the grand ballroom of the lanicls, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Squires, Miss Elizabeth Wright, Hotel St. George for the benefit of the Sisters. As a preface to formulating plans for this event, there will be a garden party held on the convent's grounds on June 15. If the Mrs. Frank Parsons, Miss Emma Jessie Ogg, Mrs. Ann Bark-ley Hargert, Dr. and Mrs. Raymond K. Pendlton, Mrs.. Remick C. Eckardt, Mrs. Otis Swan Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K, Ware, Mr. and Mrs. Irving G. Idler, Mr. and Mrs. McDonald Mayer, former Judge and Mrs. Edwin L. Garvin, Mr. and Mrs. Haughton Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Carl T. Washburn, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Kastendieck, Mr. and Mrs. Dtnald G. C. Sinclair, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh L. M. Cole, Dr. and Mrs. Albert C. Magee, Mrs. Stanley Ellsworth, Mrs. Henry D Fearon, Mrs. Norman H. Free, Mis Elsie L. Hepburn, Mr, and, Mrs. Arthur Winnels. Mrs. Palmer H. Jadwin, Mrs. William' weather is Inclement, the party will be held indoors. Claire Frugone Feted at Shower Miss Claire Frugone of of) Greeninan. Mr. Alfred K. M u d c Mrs. llenrv A. Prospect Place was honored at! a shower given by Miss Luc-ille; ham. Mr. and Mrs. havid Hunter, .hilius Bloom, Miss OFF ON A HOLIDAY TRIP The Misses Eileen Hoaan of Elmhurst.-Carolvn Grimm Gallo of 5SS mth St. on May ltine Longman and Miss Virginia Mooney, 16 3 I Hazelt J M iliilliil III 'ill! iiafWMUII.'11! 1 at the Scaiidia Restaurant.! of Brooklyn, Evelyn Le Jeune of( Brooklyn, Theresa Nadler of Brooklyn, Virginia Witt- 3d Ave. Miss Frueonp will ' rock of Flushing and Dorothy O'Flcherry Middle Villaae are howr nhnnrH fhp Pur. rs. Thomas K. 'Ware, chairman of the Junior Com 8616 316 mittee, Miss Ann Winslow and Mrs. Harrison Glennon acted All'n LM SlUlf he married to Michael Piro on1 ness liner Queen of Bermuda as they sailed on a Spring vacation cruise to Bermuda. June 28. i They are oil registered nurses ot St. Catherine's Hospital, 1 33 Bushwick Ave Dorfman as ushers at the party. Elaine Johannsen

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