Portland Press Herald from Portland, Maine on August 21, 1949 · Page 46
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.Portland SwwUy Te1«|»m And Sunday Frew H«rald -- Portland, Main* -- August 21, 1949. Section C--P«f« Five WED AT WATERVTLLE Mr and Mrs Norman Joseph Plant*, the former Prances Mary Hebert. whose marriage took place Aug. 13 at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church at Falrfleld. (Photo by Preble) Frances Hebert Becomes Bride WaterrUI*. Aug. «.-- Marriage TOWI were exchanged Aug. 11 by Miss Frances Mary H t b e r t . daughter of Mr and Mri. John Hebert of Shawmut. and Norman Joseph Plant*, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Plante of Wlnslow. The ceremony was performed at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church at Falrfleld by the E McCaffrey. wore a white satin Rev Joseph The bride and lace gown fashioned with hoop skirt rn tralne. and a fln- f r r t i p veil of Imported lace caught to a coronet of seed pearl*. She carried a bouquet of white roues and baby breath The bride w* attended by her «lst*r Mt.vi Rita T Hebert Shaw- m u t Shr wore a blue satin town matching gloves and picture hat and *h* carried a bouquet of yrllow carnation* Roland Plant*. Wlnslow. brother of the, bridegroom, served as best man Wedding music wax played by Mrn Vletla Mlchaud. church organist A reception was held at the Window Clubhouse Mrs Plant* wax graduated from Lawronre High School. Palrfleld She IK employed by the B F D at Oakland Mr Plant* was educated In Window achools and wa* graduated from Thomas Business Col- Irft He U employed by Hilltop Cleaners and Dyer« They will reside at 41 Halifax Street Window Beatrice Hastings Wedded Aug. 14 Wayne. Au«. 20.--Of Interest Is the announcement of the marriage of Mrs Beatrice Winifred A.shcroft Hastings, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wlnford P Ashcroft of North Wayn*. and William Robert Pinkerton. *on of Mr. and Mrs Forest Plnkerton of Rock land The ceremony took place Aug. 14 al the home of the bride* par- en u The Rev Warren E Me-sler of the Wayne Community Church officiated Mrs. Robert W. Cunningham of Rockland wax matron of honor and MU» Helen Pinkerton. sister of the bridegroom was maid of honor Robert W. Cunningham wax twit man. A reception was held at the horn* of thr bride's parents Ml.vs Norma Bea-h and Miss Audrey MurSy nerved and MtM Beatrice Knight »as in char«e of thr Kurst book Foster Beach played the Wfddins marches The bridegroom i.s the grand- eon of the Rev John Plnkerton. Methodist minister and well known at the East LJvermore Camp Ground. Joan Keene Is Wedded Auburn, Aug. 20. -- Miss Joan Elizabeth Keene, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Arthur J. S. Keene, Auburn. was married to George W McNear the 3rd. son of Mr. and Mrs. Egerton McNear. Scltuate Mass.. at * p m. Friday, Aug. 12 the 37th wedding anniversary ol her parents. The wedding was al the Keene home. 156 Highlanc Avenue, Auburn, and the Rev. Albert C. Niles. pastor of the Elm Street Unlversallst Church, Auburn, officiated. Mr«. Donald Webster, Lynn Mass . was matron of honor, and Roger B Gookin. Billings Road Quincy. Mass . best man. Following a brief reception, the bridal couple left on the McNear family boat for a wedding trip along the Massachusetts coast They wilt live at Boston. Mrs. McNear was graduated from Edward Little High School Auburn, and Wcstbrook Junior College, Portland. Mr. McNear attended Thacr Academy and the Marjorie Woodward Becomes Bride Augusta, Aug. 20.--Sunday afternoon, Aug. 14, in the parsonage of the Oreen Street Methodist Church, the Rev. Arthur G. Christopher, pastor, officiated at the marriage of Miss Marjorie Helenc Woodward, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Wootlward. RPD 4. and Donald Burlelgh Dudley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eben Dudley. RPD 4. Mrs. Robert A. Dudley, sister of the bride, was matron of honor, while Mr. Dudley, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. The bride wore a white palm beach suit with white accessories and a corsage of red rosebuds and white sweet peas. The matron of honor wore an aqua suit with white accessories and a corsage of yellow rosebuds and white sweet peas. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley have left on * trip and will be at home in their new apartment. RPD 4, upon their return. To travel in the bride is wearing a light blue pin stripe suit with white accessories. Mrs. Dudley was graduated from Cony High School in the Class of J949. She Is a member of the North Augusta Grange and Is employed as a bookkeeper with the Rogers Jewelry Company. Mr. Dudley attended local schools and served in the European Area during World War II. He conducts his own lumber business. Pre-nuptial parties in honor of the bride, included a shower at the home of her parents. . , .--, _ | New Dean Is Honored Watervllle. Aug. 20.--Miss Barbara Sherman, who will succeed Miss Ninetta Runnals as dean of women at Colby College was guest of honor at a dmnor and theater party at Lakewood Wednesday evening. The dinner was arranged b the alumnae of Alpha Delta PI Sorority of which Miss Sherman Is a member Miss Mary Tobey, chairman of the alumnae group, welcomed! Miss Sherman and Miss Elizabeth Libbcy told of Miss Sherman's activities while at Colby and Miss Sherman made response. Remarks were made by Mrs Cecil Knight of Watervllle. Others present weie: Judge and Mis Peter Mills. Farmington. Miss R u t h Weston. Lon^ Beach. University of Maryland, with and is Mansur Photo WEDDED AT AUOUSTJ/ Mr. and Mrs Donald B. Dudley, the former Marjorie H. Woodward of Augusta whose marriage took! place recently In the parsonage of the Green Street Methodist Church, Augusta. Bertha F. Bowie Of Yarmouth Wedded In Hallowell Church HAMILTON WATCHES u mn STKCXT OIL PERMANENT O.50 WAVE co "~TM t Oth«T rtrnurunU «p la fK.M ARMAND'S BEAUTY SHOPPE 111 State St. Dial 4-5024 Calif . Mrs. Madeline French and Mrs. Helen Weston. Madison: Miss Ruth Williams, and Miss S. Ivia Braz^ell, Portland, Mrs. George Wilson. Winthrop. Miss Aldlnc Oilman. Maiden, Mass.; and Miss Alma Glidden. Belmont, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Wood. Mrs. Elsie Fentiman. Mrs Mildred Knight. Miss Elizabeth Lab- ,bey. Mrs. Wesley Mardcn and the .u .. v, », ,_ j ,, j ,, * jMIsses Bessie. Mary and Marion the McNear Nash and Body Com- Tob al , of WHtcrv| i, e pany, Brookllne. Mass. _I . Alice True Wedded Aug. 1 4 Skowhegan, Aug. 20.--Miss Alice Marion True, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Edwin R. True of Hesel- on Street, Skowhegan. and Paul Arthur Larkin of Revere. Mass.. on of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lar- married. Trinity were Holy Nolln Photo TO LIVE AT PROVIDENCE Mr and Mrs. Ouy H. Nadeau. the former Jacqueline McCarthy, who were married in SS. Peter and Paul Church, Tuesday. Aug. 16, will live at Providence. R I., and the bridegroom will enroll at Providence College. A war veteran, he was graduated from St. Dominic's High School in June, and IK the son of Mr and Mrs. Georges Nadeau. 40 Walnut Street. Lewiston. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Laurier Simoneau, 116 Bartlctt Street. Lewiston. tin of that city. Aug. 14. al the Church. Boston. The bride was given In marriage bv Edwin Peterson of Jamaica 'lain, Mass.. and her only attendant was Mrs. Loretta Peteron of that city, matron of honor. Frank Zuppa of Watertown. Mass, was best man The bride wore a gown of white ace in bouffant style. Her coronet of matching lace was caught to her shoulder length veil. She car- led bouquet of white gladioli. Mrs. Peterson wore an old rose ace bouffant gown and she carried a bouquet of mixed gladioli. The wedding reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs Edwin Peterson in Jamacia Plain. Mrs. Larkin was graduated from Skowhegan High School In 1942 and Is employed In Boston. Mr Larkin served with the Armed Forces in the ETO during World War II nnd Is employed as a master machinist Mr nnd Mrs. Lai kin took t rip to Lnke Wlnncpnusaukee. N H. They will reside at 47 Warren Avenue. Boston Elizabeth Galipeau Saturday Bride Auburn. Aur. 20.--Mis* Elizabeth Dorothy Oalrpeau. daughter of Mrs. Blanche Bedard. 22 Horton Street, Lewiston. was married to Richard Fred Tufts, son of Mr and Mrs. Fred H. TufU. 169 Park Avenue. Auburn, at 7 30 o'clock this Saturday . evening at the Tufta home. Mrs. Allen Thurston. Brldgton wax matron of honor, and Kenneth TufU. Auburn, best man Mlns Arlene Tufts. Auburn, was vocal soloist The Rev. Lewis M Brehaut. pastor of the Lewiston United Baptl.it Church, officiated for the wedding. Following a reception at the home, the bridal couple left on a trip and their future home wll be at Rochester. N. Y Mr Tufts was graduated from Edward Little High School. Auburn, served three years with the Army Air Force, and Is now beginning his second year of study at the Rochester Institute o: Technology. ENROLL AT PELLETIErrS BEAUTY SCHOOL ktrt Rrtt Brunt* 5An/ proprietor i are on nur umting lor our tttidrntt. Wnt tor information. 211 LISION ST. LEWISTON, Ml. Miss Catherone Payne, Decring Avenue, has been the guest of Miss Nancy Chittlck. at Hamilton. Mass., for a week. Klomen.s Burdzel Photo MRS MERTON R SPEAR. JR. i Bert ha F. Bowie) Mary Collins Weds Ralph Ayer Thomaston, Aug. 20. -- Miss Mary Joyce Collins, daughter of Mrs John Griffin. Mam Street, became the bride of Ralph Ayer of Watervllle. son of Mrs. Beatrice Ayer In a ceremony at the home of the Rev C. W. Small In Rock- poit Sunday afternoon. The bi kle wore a pink silk gown with wliilc accessories and was at- Lended by Mrs. Grace Ayer of Waterville. the bridegroom's slster-tn- law. The best man was Graham Ayer of Watervllle. A reception followed the cere- monv at the home of the bride's mother at which ,f9 '*«.- Mrs. Donald George served,'Miss Joan Young dipped punch, and Miss Charlene Spaulding had charge of the guest book The couple left on a wedding trip, the bride wearing a gray suit with white accessories. Katherine Miller Engaged To Wed Belfast. Auc. 20.--Mr. and Mrs. Nathan R Miller are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Katherine Estellc. to Shirley H. Larrabee of Swanville. Miss Miller was graduated from Crosby HiRh School in the Class of 1946. She entered Webber Hospital at Blddeford the following February for training, and will graduate Feb. 6. 1950. Mr. Larrabee is the son of Mr. and Mis. Percy H. Larrabee of Swanville He a t t e n d e d the schools of that town and served Ihree yeais and three months in the First Cavaliv 16th GM Unit. The wedding will lake place in February. - t Mr. and Mrs Warren C. Grimes and Miss Priscilla Grimes, Athol. Mass., arrived Saturday to pass a week with Mr. and Mrs. John H. Grimes. Dirigo Street. Hallowell, Aug. 20.--Miss Bertha Frances Bowie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis G. Bowie of Yarmouth, formerly of Gardiner, and Merton R. Spear, Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Merton R. Spear. 23 Patterson Street, were united in marriage Aug. 13 In Hallowell First Baptist Church. The Rev. Robert E. Brackley pastor, officiated. Mrs. W. H Rlnee of Gardiner, o r g a n i s t played the traditional wedding marches and Mrs. F. W. Rines. also of Gardiner, sang. The bride wore white satin en train, marquisette overskirt, off the shoulder blouse effect with lace yoke and white.lace bertha collar. Her finger tip veil waa cap style with a coronet of seeded pearls. She carried a shower bouquet of white gladioli. Miss Charlotte Choate of Hallowell, maid of honor, wore aqua colored taffeta, fitted bodice beaded with pearls, full skirt. She carried a shower bouquet of pink gladioli and she wore a coronet of mixed flowers in her hair. The bridesmaids wore Identical gowns, marquisette over latin, lace trimmed with lace mltte and halo of flowers ih their hair, matching their bouquets. Miss Noreen Bowie of Yarmouth, sister of the bride, wore yellow and carried orchid gladioli: Miss Arlene Bryant of Auburn, orchid and carried yellow g l a d i o l i . Thomas Mlnchin of Gardiner, nephew of the bride, was ring bearer. Pamela Graves and Lollle Markham were flower Richard Choate of Hallowell was best man and ushers were Herbert A. Thulean and William Schact, both of Gardiner. The reception was held following the ceremony in the church ·estry. Mrs. Robert Brackley served the wedding cake. Miss Jean Averlll of Augusta and Mrs. Ethel Irving of Port- and dipped punch. Assisting in he serving were Mrs. George Waterhouse. Miss Annine Hammond. Miss Gladys Turner, Miss Geraldlne Bigelow and Miss Francesca Waterhouse. all of Hallowell. Miss Edith Bowie of Maiden. Mass.. Miss Aileen Purtie of Worcester. Mass. Miss Betty McKenzle an* Miss Elsie Oakes were in charge of the gift table and Miss Roberta Blodgett of Gardiner was In charge of the guest book. Mrs. Spear Is a graduate of Gardiner High School, attended "rovldence Bible Institute and is a member of the Girdlner Winter itreet Baptist Church. She has been employed In Augusta District Office. New England Telephone and Telegraph Company. State Street. Augusta. Mr. Spear was graduated from Cony High School and is employed by the Burroughs Adding Machine Company of Portland. He was In the U. S. Army a year and a half and hl« foregin service included Korea, Philippines and Japan. Mr. and Mrs. Spear are on a two weeks' wedding trip. The bride wore navy blue, with gold accessories and a corsage of talisman roses. Mr. and Mrs. Spear Elizabeth Witham Weds C. R. Shorey Vaanalborough. Aug. 20.--Married at St. Bridget's Rectory, North Vassalborough, Aug. 13 were Mis* Elizabeth Katherine Witham. daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Ralph A. Witham. Vassal- borough and Charles Robert Shorey. son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Shorey of North Vassal- borough. The Rev. Peter W. Hamel performed the ceremony. The bride wore a floor-length gown of white lace, fashioned princess style, and a fingertip veil. She carried a bouquet of white gladioli. Miss Marion Witham. Vassal- borough, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a yellow organdy gown, m a t c h i n g mitts and hat. and carried a bouquet of yellow gladioli. Albert J. Ferran, North Vassal- borough, was best man. The reception was held At the American Legion Hall, North Vassalborough. Mrs. Abbott Cates of North Vassalborough, and Miss Hazel Hamlin of Vassal- borough, were in charge of the gifts, and Miss Gertrude Shumway of.Bath, was In charge of the guest book. The couple left on a wedding trip to Quebec and Gaspe Peninsula, the bride travelling In a rose dress, white accessories and corsage. Mrs. Shorey was graduated from Erskine Academy and Gates Business College In Augusta. Mr. Shorey was graduated from Watervllle High School and attended Thomas Business College. They will reside at 26 Sewall Street, Augusta. TO RESIDE IN LOS ANGELES Mis W Scott. Llbbey J r . (Dorothy Mahoneyi and daughter. Mary Kathleen, who. with Mr. Llbbey. left the la.sl of the week to motor to Los Angeles Calif . where thev will make their home. Mr. Libbcy has accepted a position there with the Hughe.s Aircraft Corporation. They formerly resided in Lcwiston and Waltham, Mass. Mrs. Llbbey Is the daughter of Judge and Mrs. Edmund P. Mahoney, Dartmouth Street, and Mr Llbbey Is the son of Mr. and Mrs W Scott Llbbey. sr.. Lewiston. (By Sunday Telegram Photographer Currant Augusta, Aug. 20.--Mr. and ATS. K. L. Anedisian, 57 Marshall i j itreet. Somervllle, Mass., are an( ; lounclng the engagement of heir daughter. Evelyn Anna, to Douglas C. Cooper, son of Mr. nd MrS. Elwin L. Cooper. Veter- ns' Administration C e n t e r , 'ogus. Miss Anedisian was graduated rom Somervllle High School and omerville Hospital School of Nursing. At the present time. lie is serving as an ensign in the U. S. Navy Nurses Corps, sta- ioned at the U. S. Naval Hos- ital. Portsmouth, N. H. Mr. Cooper was graduated from ?ony High School and served hree years In the U. S. Navy. He ill attend the University of ,Ialne this Fall. A fall wedding is b e i n g ilanned. Mrs. May L. Webster, Sea View .venue, Cape Elizabeth, cntcr- alncd a group for luncheon Wednesday at Mrs. Earle L. Rus- cll's. Mountain View Road, Cape Elizabeth. Guests were Mrs. Wiliam J. Cater, Mrs. Willis Rugg, .Irs. Ina Lance, and Mrs. Charles Craig, all of Portsmouth. N. H., nd Mrs. Richard K. Gould, Cape Elizabeth. Mr. and Mrs. William Moore, Manchester, N. H.. have left to ass some time in Caribou after nassing a week with Mr. Moore's jarents, Dr. and Mrs. Roland B. Moore. East Bridge Street. Dora Clark Tash Photo TO LIVE AT WILTON Mrs. Stephen M. Rodzen, the former Jane Omecinski. who was married in St. Patrick's Church, Lewiston, will live at Wilton. She is the daughter of Mrs. Michael Motyl, 39 Riverside Drive, Auburn, and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Amelia Rodzen of Wilton. will reside Portland. on Woodford Street. Mr and Mrs. Spear, sr.. entertained the bridal group at a party Friday evening at the Spear home on Patterson Street. The. bride was honored at a shower given by the Young People's Fellowships of Gardiner and Hallowell held In the Gardiner Winter Street Baptist Church. Miss Charlotte Choate was hostess at a miscellaneous shower held at the Hallowell Baptist parsonage and Mr. and Mrs. Bowie entertained for the bride at a shower at the Bowie home in Yarmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Haffner and daughter. Anne. New Haven, Conn., are passing the month of August with Mrs. Haffner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Lowell, Sheffield Street. Mr Haffner is Instructing and doing graduate work at Yale University. Miss Goodwin To Wed Aug. 27 Auburn, Aug. 20.--Miss Margue rite Foster Goodwin, daughter o Dr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Goodwin sr., 56 Denison Street. Auburn, wil be married to.Dwlght Halsey An derson, Newton Center, Mass.. son of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Anderson Washington. D. C.. at 3 p. m. Sat urday, Aug. 27, in All Souls' Chape at Poland Spring. The Rev. Fred erick D. Hayes, pastor of the High Street Congregational Church, Au turn. will officiate, and Mrs Marlon Payne Louisfell, Auburn will play the organ. Miss Jeannette Goodwin, twin sister of the bride-elect, will b maid of honor, Miss Margare Burke. Seal Harbor, and Miss Jean Roberts. Providence, R. I . brides maids: Ray Anderson. Washing ton. best man, Damon L. Scales Auburn, the Rev. Marvin Cook Cautamct. Mass.. Lev) Gillikln Newton Center. Mass.. and William Harold, Richmond. Va., ushers. The wedding reception will be a the Mansion House, and Mrs. Mar vin Cook will have the guest book Following a wedding trip toVir ginia, the bridal couple will llv at Newton Center. Mr. Anderso is a student at the Andover-New ton School, of Theology, and Mis Goodwin will teach at Wellesle in the Fall. A graduate of Wheelock College Boston. Miss Goodwin has beei teaching at Arlington. Mass. Sh was educated at Colby Junior Col lege. New London, N. H.. and Ed ward Little High School. Auburn Mr. Anderson served three an a half years with the Army A Corps- in the North Pacific, and ! a graduate of the University o Richmond. 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