Pierrette M, Fortin A Saturday Bride Miss, Plori'Olle Murlo Fortin, daughter of Ml'.'and Mrs. Ernost Fortin, 102 Klpton road, lluntlut Ion became the hi'kle of Philip Bouolt Cayer, son or Mr. ami Mrs, Jules Cayor, 111 Elm street, Monroe, 'yesterday nt 10:15 n.m. In St. Lawrence church, Hunting- Ion. The Rev. Philip Morrlssey officiated. Mr. Portia escorted Ills daughter, liar orgnnzn gown was ac cenled with nearlized Chanlilncc 1 on the Empire bodice, full cleaves, oval neckline and A-line skirl. She also wore a lace trim mcd mantilla and carried a cas cade of carnations, istephanotis nnd roses. Miss Charmaine Slattum was maid of honor and Mrs. Denlse Prosnlck,. Mrs. .Pauline Cayer, sisters of the bride, Mrs. Monique Houle, Miss Madeline Cayer, sister of the bridegroom and Miss Lisa Slatting were the other.se nior attendants. Carole Anne Forlin served as her sister's flower girl and Marc Beaulieu was , the ringbearer. Thomas Frolish was best man, Jacques Cayer, Pierre Cayer, Eugene Cayer, Marcel Fortin and Marc F.ortln ushered. Th'e couple left on a trip to Puerto Rico after a reception in the'''Actb'ra Colony inn, Seymour They'Will live in Shelton. A .graduate of Shelton high school, ( the bride is a cashier at Beechwopd supermarket, Huntington.'.Mr. ,Cayer, an alumnus Barton phblo MRS. PHlLlf CAYER of Masuk'high.school, is a mechanic at 'Stellars Shell service, Shelton. 'ffiÂ·:Â·:'-'Â·. ' Barbara Travers Becomes a Bride M|SH Uui'bai'ii Ellen Truvcrs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alb e i t !Â·:. Travora, 402 .Windsor avenue, Stratford became t h brldo of Thomas Stephen Zavod junclk, -12 Eaton street, Strnt ford yesterday morning at 10 o'clock in Our Lady of Grace church, Stratford, The Rev, Joseph Fitzgerald officiated, Mr Travers escorted h 1 a. daughter. Her gown of organza was fashioned with a Chantllly lace bodice accented with aeed peaiis lace sleeves anil a detachable chapel train, Her chapel length mantilla fell from a plor. bow of Chantllly lace nnd she carried white roses and blue forget-me-nots. Miss Katherine I. Travers was her sister's maid of honor. Mrs, Stephen Bond!, Miss Louise Me- Caulfcy and Mrs. Nicholas' Du hancik .were the other attendants, Raymond Taylor was best man, 'Andrew Rltz, Francis Waugli and Anatole'Okaty were the ushers. , , After a reception in Journey's inn,.the couple left on a camping trip across the country. TJ/iey will live in Middletown. "'f, A graduate of BunneUlfiigh school, the bride was a; secretary at State National: bank. The bridegroom, a graduate of Bui- lard-Havens Technical; school, Is a carpenter. , ^- Y THE UNIVERSITY SdHOOL Summer High School Term "Â·Â·Â·Â·Â· JUNE 28-AUQUST 13 'Â·' Review Â· 'Make-Up Â· Preview Â· fake Advance Courses Â· All Academic High Sclioot Subjects . - ; , : DAY or EVENING CLASSES 'Registration Daily, June 7th-June 25fh 9 A.M. io 2 P.M. Â· Tel. 334-0315 670 Clinioh ve., Bpt. Positions Available For You At Immediate openings for qualified L.P.N.'s and R.N.'s willing to work .alternating shifts or in already position on 2nd arid 3rd shift. WRITE OR CALL: Personnel Placement Coordinator 267 Grant- Street, Bridgeport 334-013T--Ext. 235 JUNIORS PETTI ES SIZES 3 16 13 WE CAREY A VERY LARGE SELECTION OF DRESSES, PANTS, BATHING SUITS SPORTSWEAR AND MORE! Sizes 3 io 13 WHY NOT COME IN ? ? YOUNG CROWD 2404 :MAIN STREET, STRATFORD CENTER 375-2828 -- Open Daily 10-6, Thursday and Friday 'til 9 MRS. STEPHEN ZAVODJANCJK The John Chacos Mark Anniversary 'Mr. and Mrs. John Chaco, 14 Greet Oak road, Huntington *ere honored recently on their 25th wedding anniversary at a buffet dinner arranged by their sons, Richard and John Chaco, Jr. Hie couple, who were married May 18. ]91G in Holy Rosary church, attended Jubilee Day at Fairfield university.. ' Â· ' ; . ' ; . Â· . Â· Â· ' . Guests at dinner/were Mr. and Mrs.. Anthony Liberto,. Mr. and Mrs. 1 Frank Gleba, Mrs. .Frank Valoycin, Miss Marge Miseneik, who 'attended'the. couple at tlieir wedding/ also Mrs;,, JuHa-'San- tolupo. Mr. and Mrs. Albert McGovern, .Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kalaskay,-Mr. -and 'Mrs. .Frain Zega,' Mr! 'and Mrs: John San- tolupo, Mr. and Mrs. John Julian, Mr. and Mrs. John Palo, Mr. and Mrs. Norvell Hutchinson. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kalakay. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mieczkowski, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mihalik, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mieczkowski, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Carmine DiPalma, Mr. and Mrs. Victor M a 11 e i, David Valovcin, Mrs. Anna Nielsen, Miss Cathy Gleba, Miss Michele Libertn, Miss Jennifer Julian, Miss Helen Miezkowski, . David Palo, Elizabeth McGovern, Albert McGovern, D i a n e McGovern, Gary McGovern and Gregory McGovern. The couple have a grandson, Benjamin Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gibbons, of Butler avenue, are celebrating their wedding anniversary today, Mrs. Florence McGratb, of Meadow road, Trumbull, is convalescing at home after a brief stay in Bridgeport hospital. 15th SEASON CAMP WIPAWAUG EXCLUSIVE DAY CAMP Boys 5-13 ACCREDITED . CAMP AmÂ«rlemi CantplnB Altoetiillon Girls 5-13 OPEN HOUSE Today 1-4 p. m. DIRECTIONS FOR OPEN HOUSE:: Travel north on Route 25 to Nriwlown Ccnlcr. Turn lÂ«fl lit the flagpole, Inke lÂ»t rlgllt i\l Cnillo Hill Roncl mill proceed Vi mile to nnxt riirlit tit Titunton Lnht Rond -- Camp Wi|)nwAU8 ii approximately 2,000 ft. on the left. TONY ZACCARA 426-0771 DICK SHEA 261-5501 Richard J. Falco, MaryP.Whitmarsh To Marry in Fall The engagement of Miss Mary 'arsons Whltmarsh to Richard J. Falco, son of Mr, and Mrs. Alex Falco ol Cherry Mill drive, ias been announced by her parents, Mr. nnd Â· Mrs. David C. Whltmursh of State College, Pa. A fall wedding Is planned, Miftfl Whitmursh Is a graduate of the Slate College Area high school and Chambcrlaync Junior college, Boston. She is a accre- :ary with the Dlebold company, Boston. Mr. Falco, a graduate of Boston college, Is an Insurance adjuster with the General Adjustment bureau, Boston. Seeley tludfo MRS. LOUIS TIBOR (Christine Bendlak, Louis Tibprj Wed ';.Iillss Christine Lorraine .Bend laic, daughter .of Mrs, Antoinette Desabrls, 398 Â· Remington street was married 'to Louis Edwarc Tibor, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Tibor, 7-16 Maple street yesterday morning .at 11:15 o'clock in St Ambrose church. The Rev. Wll liarn Conklln-' officiated. Â· The bride was escorted by her unde, Lawrence Quintillano. She wore a gown ot.organza and Alen- con lace detailed with motifs o; matching lace and fashioned With long tapered sleeves and a bouffant skirt with a chapel train Her bouffant style silk illusion veil fell from a headdress of lace petals trimmed with pearls and tear drop crystals and she carried a prayer book marked with an orchid /and miniature carnations.'i -.'. : Â£ ' , ; Â· ; . Mrs'.' Patricia Turko was the matron of v honor. Miss Donna Behdlak.ysister of the bride and Miss.,Dolores Verrillo were the bridesmaids'.!."Desarae Desabris sister of the bride, was the flower girl arid .Raymond Abed served as the ringbearer. . John Turko was best man and Frank Mobile, and William Tibor brother of the bridegroom, ushered.' . . The couple ~ left on a trip to Canada after a reception in the Subalpino club. They will live in Bridgeport. A. graduate of Warren Harding high school, the bride is a stock room manager at S. S. Kresge Mr. Tibor, a graduate of Bullard- Havens Technical school, is mason with W. V. Stapleton Inc. Remington Shaver Women Arrange Dinner Thursday The Woman's club of Remington Electric Shaver will meet on Thursday in the Hillandale Country club, Trumbull. The semi-annual initiation of new members will take place and the guest speaker will be Evelyn Morrow, interior decorator, who will color- coordinate a room. Cocktails will be served at 6 p.m. followed by dinner at 7. Reservations must be made for dinner but those wishing to attend the 8:30 o'clock meeting are welcome. Mrs. Lou -Burton is dinner chairman. Catherine Balazs, Bet:y Bartovic, Genevieve Brunori, Irene Daniels, Myrtle Gallagher and Jean Topolskl are members of the reservations committee. MISS JANET SMITH Miss Janet Smith And Gary D. Bailey Become Engaged "Tlie engagement of Miss Janet Jlaine Smith to Gary Dean Bailey,, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wllmot ,V. Bailey, 300 Nichols avenue, Â·Itmtlngton, has been announced iy her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Smith of Lltllz, Pn. Miss Smith is a graduate of Warwick high school, Litllz. Mr. Bailey, a graduate of Shellon high school nnd Mornv- an college, Belhlc-hcm, Pn., ians to attend Andovcr-Nowton school of Theology, Newton Ccn- .rc, Mass., In the fall. A September wedding Is planned, Mr, nnd Mrs, Fred Noltlng, nl Devon, entertained nt their an- mini picnic Inst Sunday for relatives mid Irlcnds, Inllnlly pholo MISS MARY WHITMARSH Bridge, Style Show Planned Thursday By Nichols Group The Nichols Improvement Association will conduct a dessert bridge and fashion show on Thursday at 1 p.m. in the gardens of the .-home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Moore, 400 Booth Hill road, Nichols. . _. Mrs. John Englapd-arid Mrs. John Randalli po-cliairmen,,will be assisted by Mrs. Kenneth Dickenson and Mrs. Edward Curtis, who are arranging the fashion show. The models Â· will be Mrs. G. Leonard Anderson, Mrs. Reed Banks, Mrs. D e a n Cooper, Mrs. Philip Crandon, Mrs. Thomas Dalgar, Mrs. Jacqueline DeLibero, Mrs. William Donnelly, Mrs: Hans Forster, Mrs. John Heher, Mrs. Frank Loh, Mrs. Ralph LoStocco, Mrs. John Randall Mrs. Wesley Sager, Jr. and Mrs. Alfred Szymanski. Mrs. Rawlin Fairbaugh will be the commentator. Mrs Charles Anderson and Mrs. Raymond Beckwith are chairmen of the food sale, to precede t h e show. . Mrs. Frank Stone, ticket chairman, is assisted in selling by Mrs. Joseph Pieragostini, Mrs, Alton Seavey, Mrs. Victor Mcle- ski, Mrs. Leslie Barnes, Mrs Leonard Szustak, Mrs. Jovita Barrett, Mrs. Anthony Lisi, Mrs. Grosjean Warren, Mrs.' J o h n Richardson, Mrs. Frederick Bietsch, Mrs. Ralph LoStocco, Mrs. Sabitini Cennamo, Mrs. Elton McFarland, Mrs. John Brewster, Mrs. Wayne Moore, Mrs. Donald Budde, Mrs. Robert Peck, Mrs. Stanley Pudell, Mrs. Chester Cwilichoski, Mrs. Howard Mienke, Mrs. Floyd Hendricks, Mrs. John Randall, Mrs. Rudolph Vazzano, Mrs. Daniel Gramigna. Also, Mrs. William . Whalen, Mrs. Gerald .Vanduzee, Mrs. Robert Schulz, -Mrs. Frances Cro- futtm, Mrs. Ruth Chaffec, Mrs. Raymond Franco,; Mrs. Frank Loh, Mrs. Lawrence Schully, VTrs. Charles Martin, Mrs. L.D. Jlomberg, Mrs. Kenneth Horsey, vlrs. Andrew Estona, Mrs. Wal- ,er Alesevich, Mrs. William Leete, Mrs. Sebastin Casablanca, Mrs. Robert Boucher, Mrs. Thomas Dalgar and Mrs. Robert Slmalchik. Mrs. Elwood Plitt and Mrs. Pasquale PeriHie are chairman of refreshments. Additional aides are Mrs. Francis Crowlcy,. posters; Mrs. Willam Leete, program; Mrs. Donald Smith, prizes and Mrs, John latt, publicity. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Murphy, of Fairfield, were the dinner ;uests of Mr. and Mrs. James Whaley in their new apartment, Fairfield avenue, Sunday. ARLINE'S PASTRY SHOP 259-3619 . Specializing in "WEDDING CAKES" and all occasion cakes, m i n i a t u r e pctiffours, eclairs, Continental type cookies, cic. 259-3619 1488 POST RD. FAIRFICI.D, CONN. (Next to Morritt Boob) DISCOUNT FOODS '! AN EXTRA WITH COUPOHS BELOW BIG SPECIALS FOR MONDAY* TUESDAY HW:HÂ«Â«lliO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.OOOOODOOOOO SOLD IN 3-LB. PKGS. . SIRLOIN Ib. BONUS SPECIAL!-FRESH SQUARE CUT SHOULDER ROAST OR 2 in 1 LAMB COMBINATION PKG i5 SHLDR.CHOPS PLUS NECK SHANK BONELESS-BONUS SPECIAL . SOLD IN 3-lb. PKGS. (ALL DARK MEAT) FULLY COOKED - BONUS SPECIAL! SHANK CUT Ib. COUNTRY Spore wSHBOMHM SHU*-ON* * Â« Bologna Margarine Libbys Red Rose Soda Habachi T A r 79 NEW BLUE ].|b BONNET pkg.' SOFT (BOWL) WHOLE KERNEL C 12-o: CORN tj can IScOFF pkg. TEA BAGS of 100 1-pt. SALAMI CQt HIGH IN PROTEIN, Ib. JT LOW IN FAT 2 HOLLAND HOUSE Sliced Ham Turkey 5 12-01. O C e frJttgicL 2-ib. $ 1 49 cans 7J VriOTT66 HOLLAND HOUSE can I EAÂ£Â»ft YUENGLING Â£ 12-or. D66l NO DEPOSIT O btls. ^_ _ pkgbof TlCÂ«M UÂ»C PANTRYPRIDE C JOO-Jpl, I ISSUeS FACIAL J hÂ»lt 49 $ 5 99 Iced Tea Bread Apple Pie HEADSHLDRS. 07 UPTON'S MIX TANNING jiÂ»| Â· inmiinu _. _ Ski toTi Â° N 2- t 1 - 71 $ Â«JÂ»VI LISTJl.OO ' ube / I FYNE TASTE ROUND TOP loaf 1-lb. PANTRY PRIDE6-01. CQC DUTCH pkg. ij f DRINKS ALLVAR. 10 Â£Â£.'99* Â«? _ GOLDEN R#V Tomatoes Bananasiiittuce 3 $ 1 GARDEN FRESH ROMAINE V A R I E T Y 79 EI1VE THE RIGHT-TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. IHII liESfUIISIULF. FOII TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS. "Â· NEW CROP GRANNY SMITH ALL PRICES CFFCCTIVC 1HIIU TUU., JUKI I.
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