Troy NY Times Record 1967

N. Y.,
Ellen Post, Thomas Moran Wed
Miss Ellen Post, daughter of She carried a cascade bouquet
Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Post of of white roses.
742 5th Ave., and Thomas -Mo- Miss Armao wore a ballerina
ran, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel length gown of yellow crepe
Moran of 28 Eagle St., were mar- with a matching bow headpiece.
She carried a cascade of yellow
ried Aug. 19 in St. Augustine's flowers.
Church. Rev. Eugene A. Del After the reception at the
Conte, O.S.A., celebrated the Glass Lake House the couple
Nuptial Mass.
left on a northern wedding trip.
The bride, escorted by her They will reside at 250 3rd Ave.
father, had Miss Teresa Armao on their return.
as her only attendant.
A graduate of Catholic Centra)
Francis Cline was best man High School, the bride is emand ushers were David Lord and ployed by the New York Telephone Co.
Charles Wagar.
The bride wore a ballerina The bridegroom graduated
length gown of French lace and from Troy High School and is
a shoulder length veil held by a employed by the John A. Mancluster of petals and seed pearls. ning Paper Co.
1, 1967
Wanda Cwenar Recent Bride
The marriage of Miss Wanda white rosea and pompons with a
Cwenar, daughter of Mr and shower of spray carnations.
Mrs. Wojcieoh Cwenar of Po- The maid of honor, Miss Norland, to Alfred Gerbers, son of ma Pascarella, wore a gown of
John Gerbers of 28 Wilkins Ave,. blue chiffon over taffeta with
Albany, and the late Alexan- a matching headpiece. She cardra Gerbers, took place Satur- ried a colonial bouquet of pink
day at St. Patrick's Church, roses and white carnations.
Troy, with Rev. Juris Pudaos Olgert A. Gerbers was his
brother's best man. John PinThe bride was given in mar- kans and Marian Zaeharkieriage by her brother, Bernard wkz seated the guests.
A reception at the Sunset Inn,
Cwenar. She wore a gown of
Chantilly lace over taffeta with Troy, followed the ceremony.
a scalloped neckline trimmed The couple left on a wedding
with sequins and seed pearls. trip to Canada.
Her full skirt ended in a chapel Mrs. Gerbers was employed
train. A queen's crown held by St. Mary's Hospital, Troy.
her fingertip veil, and she car- Mr. Gerbers is employed by the
ried a prayer book covered with State of New York.
-Ken Perrj
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Jane Rea, Paul A. Crotty
Wed Today In Cornell Chapel
The marriage of Miss Jane Frances Rea to Paul Austin
Crotty took place this morning in the Anabel Taylor Chapel on
the campus of Cornell University. Rev. David N. Connor officiated.
The bfide is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde W. Rea of
401 Hoosick St., Troy, and the
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrsf Peter J. Crotty of Buffalo.
The bride, escorted by her
father, wore a street length
dress of white silk shantung
with matching tulle veil and
carried a bouquet of roses and
gardenias- Miss Barbara Lee
Stebbins df Troy was her maid
or and Peter Crotty
'as his brother's best man.
After the ceremony, a luncheon was held at the Statler Inn
and from there the couple left
for a wedding trip in Europe.
Upon their return, they wiU reside in New York City, where
Mr. Crotty will serve as a law
clerk to„a United States District Court Judge.
Mrs. Crotty is a graduate of
—I>l ModiiRnn Photo
College. Mr. Crotty
graduated from the University
of Notre Dame and with disfrom the Cornell Law
Veronica Kane, tinction
Edward AAartin
Plan Wedding
Miss Gregoire,
W. E. Olszowy
Wed In Cohoes
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Winners in Tuesday evening's
Van Schaick duplicate bridge
tourney at Panetta's were:
North-south first, Mrs. Thomas
Peterson and Alan Collins; sec
ond, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Harvey; third, Mrs. Beatrice Hilt?,
and Mrs. Lilliam McCoy; eastwest first, Miss Mary Hans and
Miss Eleanor Reed; second, Mrs.
Margaret Blossom and Mrs.
Jant Hannaberry, and third,
Mrs. Martin Rock and Mrs. John
NOW AT . . .
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Memorial WSCS
Plans Meeting.
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Troy Teacher
Takes Courses
Bridge Winners
Mrs. John Burkhart, head of
the English department at Troy
High School, has returned from
New York City where she took
summer courses at Fordham
Mrs. Burkhart worked with
Marshall McLuhan and Rev.
John Culkin, S.J., In courses on
mass media in high schools and
the use of film in secondary education.
—Epner Phot*
—Conklio Photo
Mrs. Kathryn Kane of 112
Hudson Ave., Green Island, has
announced the engagement of
her daughter, Veronica Marie,
to Edward F. Martin Jr., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Martin Sr., of 5 Orr St., Troy.
Miss Kane is also the daughter of the late Walter J. Kane
The couple plan to be married Oct. 28.
Miss Kane graduated from
Catholic Central High School
and is employed by the directory department of the New
York Telephone Co., Menands.
Her fiance is a graduate' of
Troy High School and served
three years in 'ttii~Mtfff? "He
is employed by the John A.
Manning Paper Co., Green
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—Protkla Phot*
Residents Exchange Vows
Miss Mamone,
D. F. Hourigan
Wed Sunday
Miss Victoria M. Mamone and
Donald F. Hourigan were marBed Sunday at Mario's Fanfare
Ballroom, with Judge Matthew
M. Dunne officiating.
SIZES 36-50
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Mamone of 276 North Greenbush
Road, Troy, and the bridegroom
is the son of Mrs. Mabel D
Hourigan of 157 Maple Ave.,
This is the way flattery is and the late Frank D. Houri
defined for fall . . . princess gan.
lines rising to a softly draped Mr. Mamone gave his daughneck and pretty bow. Choose ter in marriage. She was attended by Mrs. Vito F. Mamone
ottoman, wool, faille.
as matron of honor. Alfred La«
Printed Pattern 9414: Wom- Chapelle was the best man.
en's Sises 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, The bride chose a silk organ48, 50. Size 36 requires 3% za gown with a molded bodice
of Alelicon lace embroidered
yards 39-inch fabric.
with seed pearls. Her detachFifty tents la coins for able chapel length train was apeach pattern — add 15 cents pliqiied with lace and embroifor each pattern for first-class dered with see# pearls. Her
mailing and special handling. bouffant silk illusion veal was atSend to Marian Martin. The tached to a double crystal
Times Record Pattern Dept, 232 crown. She carried a cascade of
West 18th St., New York, N.Y. stephanotu with a white orchid
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with Zip, Siie and Style Nam- The matron of honor wore a
peacock blue sheath of silk orPlan your new fall wardrobe, ganza over taffeta trimmed with
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ter Pattern Catalog. 100 fresh, veil was held by her feathered
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A reception in the ballroom
followed the ceremony.
After a trip to the Pocono
Mountains the couple wiU make
their home at 462 1st St., Troy.
The bride graduated from
Troy High School and is em• • I FTS
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I M P O R T S ployed by Blue Cross of North
eastern New York. An alumnus
of LaSalle Institute, the bride
groom attended St. Michael's
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College in Vermont He is em
CATLiN. now
The September meeting of
the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Memorial Methodist Church will be held
Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the
Maple Room. Miss Nettie Woodruff, president will conduct the
meeting and also the meeting of
the executive committee at 7
p.m. in the all-purpose room.
The devotional program will
be led by Mrs. Arthur Airy and
Mrs. Albert Fredericks, vice
president, will have charge of
the film presentation "Portrait
of a Woman."
Refreshments will be served
by the Rose Circle with Mrs.
Edward Long as chairman.
Miss Linda Ana IacobeUi,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
S. IacobeUi of 206 Saratoga
Ave., Mechanicville, and Richard E. Holmes, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Richard E. Holmes of 6 Home Auxiliary
Columbus Ave., also of Mechanicville, were married Sat- Schedules Tea
urday in the Church of the As- The board of the Auxiliary for
sumption, Mechanicville, in a the Jewish Home for the Aged
ceremony performed by Rev. met Monday at the home of
Mrs. Harry Goldberg. Mrs. RayDante L. Girolami, O.S.A.
mond Dratwa 'presided.
The reception followed at the Final plans were made for
the membership tea at the home
Crossroads in Latham.
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Sept. 13, beginning
couple left on a wedding
Abraham C.
to Virginia Beach, Va., after
Ely S. Kop
which they will live in Plattalovitz
Herman KraU beads the proCo hoes Girl
Area Couple
*Mr. IacobeUi escorted his gram committee and Mrs. Golddaughter who chose a gown of berg the invitations committee.
To Be Wed * "
silk linen adorned with Venetian
The nominating committee
lace. The gown had a detach- will present the slate of officers
October Nuptials In November
able chapel train. A matching •t a short business meeting
headpiece held ber boufMr. and Mrs. W i l l i a m E. Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Colaru- fant veil and she carried a after the tea.
Robitaille Sr. of 14 River St., otolo of 499 Saratoga St., Co* crescent bouquet of phelaenopWaterford, have announced the hoes, announce the engagement sis orchids and stephanotis with Plywood Bed
engagement of their daughter, of their daughter, Anne Marie, ivy.
A platform bed made of plyRosemary, to Garry LeRoy to Frank J. Castle, son of Mr. Miss Carol IacobeUi, who was wood can be built across the
sister's maid of honor, wore
Shaw, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don and Mrs. Frank A. Castle of aher
yellow crepe gown. The brides width of a small room. This
aid Shaw of 8 Mercer St., Wa- 914 24th St., Watervliet.
maids, who were similarly serves for guests or a child.
The future bride is a graduate gowned in mint green, were
Miss Robitaille attended Wa- of St. Agnes' School, Loudon- Miss Connie Zeppieri and Miss
terford-Halfmoon School and is ville and is employed as a re* Diane boo. All carried cascade
bouquets of purple mums and
employed by Robert Reis Co ceptionist at the Albany County pompons with lemon leaves.
in Waterford.
Department of Social Services, Jeffrey Holmes was ok brother's best man. Guests were seatHer fiance, a graduate of Wa Cohoea.
ed by Joseph Dechants and Jay
terford-Halfmooh School, is em"Bradford ResaT
ployed by Behr Manning Co. of Her fiance graduated from McMahon
Watervliet High School and has Mr. and Mrs. Holmes are
OMN • A.M. fe I I P.M.
The wedding will take place served four years in the Navy both graduates of MechanicviUe Bremktmtt
Oct 28.
Mr. Castle is employed by Behr High School. The bride is em- M lee*. H O M Bfwwiied FotetMS
ployed as a stenographer by
Teest end Coffee
Manning Co., Watervliet.
New York State. The bride
ployed as a sales represents
A November wedding is groom is a senior at State Unitive at Blue Cross of Northeast
versity College at Plattsburgh.
era New York.
Engaged To Wed
Dr. and Mrs. Paul E. Rock*
well of 38 BeUe Ave. have announced the engagement of their
daughter, Susan Patricia, to
Ronald L. Lagasse, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis J. Lagasse ol
3 Miller Ave., Cohoes.
A May 1968 wedding is
Miss Rockwell, a graduate of
WeUsvUle High School, is employed in the Ubrary of the
State University at Albany.
Her fiance graduated from
Siena College and received a
master's degree in library sci*
ence from the State University.
He is administrative assistant te
the director of the Ubrary of
the State University of New
York at Albany.
Avoid Scratches
Paper doiUies, placed between the plates and saucers ei
your fine china when storing/
will prevent scratches.
Troy ,
and the
Capital District
for 78 yean i
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Miss Claire M. Gregoire,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Honore Gregoire, 1 Conboy Ave.,
Cohoes, and William, E. Olszowy,
son of William M. Olszowy of
Northline Drive, Melrose, and
Mis. Doris Olszowy of 16 Front
St, Waterford, were married
Saturday in St. Marie's Church,
Cohoes. Rev. Robert E. Cote
celebrated the Nuptial Mass.
Mr. Gregoire escorted his
daughter who chose a short
gown of peau de soie trimmed
with seed pearls. A queen's
crown of pearls and crystal held
her bouffant veil. She carried a
cascade bouquet of white glaNANCY M. FERGUSON
melliai and miniature carnations.
Mrs. Muriel Squadere, who Miss Ferguson,
was her sister's matron of honor,
wore a dress of mint green peau
de soie. She carried a colonial T. H. McGrath III
bouquet of yellow roses and
Engaged To Wed
white flowers.
Richard LeMay was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ferguson
A dinner for the immediate of Johnnycake Lane, AveriU
families followed at the Scot- Park, announce the engagement
Mar Restaurant on the Water- of their daughter, Nancy Marie,
ford-MeehanicviUe Road.
to Thomas. H. McGrath III, son
For her daughter's wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Me*
Mrs. Gregoire chose a beige lin- Grain Jr. of 14 Brookside Ave.,
en dress with matching acces- WynantskiU.
sories. Mrs. Olszowy wore ice The bride-to-be is a graduate
blue lace with appointments to of Averill Park High School
match. Both had corsages of and is employed by RPI.
Her' fiance graduated from
After a wedding trip to Maine, Columbia High School, E a s t
the couple will live in Water- Greenbush, and is presently at- *
ford. The bride traveled in a tending Hudson VaUey Comrose colored linen dress with munity CoUege.
white appointments.
A Dec. 16 wedding at S t
A graduate of Keveny Memo- Henry's Church, AverUl Park,
rial Academy, the bride is em- is planned.
ployed by the Grand Union Co.,
Waterford. The bridegroom
graduated from Waterford-Haifmoon High School and is em- Miss Rockwell,
ployed by the General Electric
Ronald Lagasse
Co., Schenectady.
Thomas M. Tryniski
309 South 4th Street
Fulton New York
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