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   Fitchburg Sentinel (Newspaper) - August 12, 1967, Fitchburg, Massachusetts                               Ann Coulombe Wed In Gardner Church wedding of Mils Ann M. Coulombe, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor J. Coulombe of 56 Pelley St., Gard- ner, and Kevin M. Breau, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Breau of Fenno. Drive, Westminster, took place this morning at 11 in Our Lady of the Holy Rosary Church. Rev. Leo R Morrissey of St. Ce- cilia's Church officiated. A re- ception followed at the Westmin- ster Country Club. The bride chose a gown of im- ported silk organza styled with a fitted Empire bodice, batteau neckline and short mini-sleeves appliqued with re-embroidered alencon lace pearl bead trim. The detachable full court train was in a circular effect. With her gown she wore an open high crown headpiece of re-embroidered pearl trim lace. Tho teardrop center with side effect of lace petals was attach- ed to ful bouffant long circular court train of imported French silk tulle veil. She carried a crescent shaped cascade bou- quet of phaleanapsis orchids and stephanotis with white satin rib- bon. Miss Cora Barrieault, foster sister of the bride, was maid-of- honor. Attending as bridesmaids were Miss Rosemary Breau of Westminster, sister of the bride- groom, Miss Kathy Nelson, Miss Linda Lesneski, Miss Ann Thi- bault, Mrs. Joseph Janikas, all of Gardner. Junior bridesmaid was Patricia Breau, sister of the bridegroom, and flower girl was Kathy Valiton, niece of the bride. Best man was Shaun Breau, brother of the bridegroom. Ush- ers were Dennis Mackie of Fitchburg, Harold Flynn, Jr., of Westminster, cousin of the bride- groom, Edward T. Morrissey of omen's Greenville Fire Queen Contest Set GREENVILLE, N. Fire -a contest spon- i sored by the Girls' Fire Brigade here, will be chosen at a street dance to be held by the brigade in front of Town Hall on Satur- day, Aug. 26 from 8 p. m. until midnight. Entries for the contest closed Friday. Each .girl entering must be .between 14 and 18 years of age. Each has submitted photograph of herself. The selection will be made based on the number of votes in the form of coins in the con- tainers placed for that purpose. Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Walter Barnes have returned from a vacation at Cape Cod, Mass. Gardner and James Mayo of Charles Roots has returned MRS. KEVIN M. BREAU Fitchburg. The couple left after the re- ception for the Poconb Moun- tains in Lakeville, Pa. They will make their home in Gardner after Aug. 26. The bride is a graduate of Gardner High School class of 1966 and is employed as a sec- retary in the credit department of Henry Heywood Memorial Hospital. Her husband graduated from Oakmont Regional High School class of 1964 and is e ployed in the purchasing depa ment of Wain Roy Corp, Fitchburg. Carol Janchuk Weds Montreal and Expo '67 are the destinations of Carol Ann Jan- chuk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Janchuk of 303 Barker Road, Pittsfield, and Terrence Michael Walsh, son of Mrs. Elsie J. Walsh of 640 Pearl St. and the late Phillip p. Walsh, who were married this afternoon at 2 o'clock in Messiah Lutheran Church. Rev. Eugene A. John- son, pastor, officiated. Miss Maureen Shanley Walsh of Arlington, the bridegroom's sister, was the maid of honor, and Mrs. Charles Norton Fores- man of Westminster was the bridesmaid. Barry J. Wood of Coral Gables, Fla., the bridegroom's cousin, was the best man. Guests were seated in the church by Thomas R. Foley, Jr., of Fitchburg, the bridegroom's cousin, and Charles Norton Foresman of Westminster. The bride wore a modified princess style gown, fashioned with short sleeves and a full length A-line skirt with a bias cord around the hem. The gown fashioned in an original Yves St. Laurent fabric. The headpiece is of -faee-fpaining _ Swiss organdy petals and silk MRS TERRENCE M. WALSH illusion. She carried a bouquet home from Monadnock Com- munity Hospital, Peterborough, after being a patient there for four weeks. The family of Mrs. Hazel Mor- an gave her a party in honor of her birthday at the Black Lan- tern, Troy. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sillanpaa of Ink- ster, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moran of Brookline, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Dunn of Mason, Mrs. William Moran, Mrs. Hazel Cotzin and Mary Moran of New Ipswich. NEW IPSWICH A surprise bridal shower was given honor of Miss Camille Piper, daughter of Mrs. George Standley at the home of Mrs. Carl Sillanpaa, Sr. The shower was given by her close friends Mrs. Louise (Mor- an) Sillanpaa of Michigan and Mrs. Nancy (Russell) Keddy of Milford. Miss Piper received many gifts from the 18 guests present from New Ipswich, Greenville, Milford and Mason. The shower cake was made and decorated by Mrs. Louise Sillan- paa, Miss Piper is engaged to Leonard Twiss of New Ipswich and has set their wedding date for Oct. 7th. Church services in Our Re- deemer Lutheran Chapel will be at 8 a. m. Sunday. Guest spea er, Seminarian Daniel Ahc (reached last Sunday at th Jhapel. Mr. Aho is from Fitch mrg, Mass. Brian Cortbell, David Kangas 'ames and Judith Kaarto hav eturned from a week at Luth ran Camp Pineshore, Westmin ter, Mass. of stephanotis and baby's breath, centered with pink tea roses. A buffet followed the cere- mony in the church parlors Later there also was a reception in the Walsh home. The bride, a 1967 graduate of Fitchburg State College, will teach in the Leominster school system, this fall. The bride groom, a 1963 graduate of Wo: cester Junior College, is management trainee at Cluei Peabody Co., Inc., Arrow Div sion, Leominster. The couple will make the home at 50 Ellis Road, Westmin ster. Linda Craigue Weds Claude Benoif Today Paul F. Campbell officiated at the 10 o'clock wedding this morning of The gown featured a detachabl Linda Louise Craigue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie J. Craigue of 47 Marshall St., and Claude L. Benoit, son of Mr, and Mrs. Roland J. Benoit of 3 Blossom St. The wedding took place in St. Leo's Church. Maid-of-honor for her sister, who was given in marriage by her father, was Susan Craigue. Bridesmaids were Sally Craigue, another sister; Margaret Brad- ford and Nancy Craigue, cousins of the bride. Deborah Gariepy, cousin of the bridegroom, was the flower girl. David Benoit of Leominster, was best man for his brother Ushering duties were performed by Leo Calamare, Robert Pol- lock and Paul Camire, cousin of the bridegroom. Christopher Craigue, brother of the bride, was the ring bearer. The bride wore a chapel length gown of Alencon lace and im ported crepe, styled with a lace bodice, fewel neckline and long lilypoint sleeves. The soft sheath skirt was accented with re embroidered floral lace tracings chapel train held in place at th shoulders with butterfly bow: Her headpiece was a Frenc silk illusion bouffant veil caugh to a matching lace applique open crown hat adorned with pearl and crystalbeads. She carrie a cascade of white and yellow oses. Following a reception at th Twin Oaks in Sterling, the new lyweds left on a wedding trip !o Washington and Pennsylvania They will make their home on East Street in Fitchburg. Mr. Benoit was graduate( from the Stockbridge School o Agriculture in Amherst with a degree in arboriculture and park management. He is now em ployed with Bartlett Tree Ex p'erts. His bride is attending Fitchburg State College. It's Fashionable I The new gear from knee to toe' is high socks and tow shoes. Knee socks are so much fun and the greatest companions to the new mini-shoes. The mode is to wear hot (colors) socks and pale shoes, textured socks with shiny shoes, white socks with bowed shoes. Even socks over tights if you can believe that. All but the slimmest figures make a better appearance on the; beach if snug briefs and bras are worn under figure- revealing swim suits. To chieve a smooth exterior, such undergarments should have as few seams as possible. These, like the swim suit itself, should always be sudscd out after each wearing. 'Round Home Considering a paint job for the den or children's play areas? Make a room appear larger and cooler by sleeting such shades as blue or green. Save damage to clothes on washday. Label measuring cups for "soft- or "strach' and use the proper amount. Foot lockers convert to win- dow seats for college-bound girls. Cover them with tailored slip covers and. top with a la tex foam rubber cushion cov- ered with the same fabric. A sandwich is moving into the lousing picture. A new exterior home wflll is a sandwich of aluminum siding, wood fiber ward and aluminum foil. Each s applied as a separate layer, t Is said to be a good insulator and also has a rugged paint finish. I RETURN OF THE '30s and '40s is evident in a fashion release from London, birthplace of the miniskirt. Bulky trouser legs, black shirts and wide silk ties stage a comeback in men's suits, this time they're on the girls. In contrast to the minidress were two creations right, featuring a demure look and mid-calf hemlines. Fltchbnrg (Mass.) Sentinel Saturday, August 12, 1967___ Ex-City Man Takes Bride In Florida Ceremony MIAMI, Kla. Miss Janice Stanchi became the bride of Paul F. Badagliacca at Holy Family Church this aiternoon at 2. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Stan- chi of 525 N. E. 135th St. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Badagliacca of Shirley, formerly of Fitchburg, Mass. Given in marriage by her fa- ther, the bride wore a white Swiss net cage dress with Sa- brina neckline covered with beaded three dimensional im- ported flowers. Flowers were scattered over the bottom of the gown and detachable train. Her ring headpiece was covered with the same flowers as the dress and had a cathedral length veil attached. Miss Carol Stanchi of Revere, Mass., a cousin of the bride, was maid-of-honor. Miss Carla Stanchi ,cousin of the bride, also From Revere, and Mrs. Joseph Marabello, sister ot the bride- groom of Fitchburg, were bridesmaids. James Ruberti of Fitchburg. I :ousin of the bridegroom, was J Jest man. Ushers duties weie performed MRS. PAUL F. BADAGLIACCA by Joseph Marabello of _ burg and Gerald Miller of Mi- Miami-Dade Junior College and ami. Is presently employed with IBM The bride is a graduate of in lneir engineering field, lorth Miami High School and: After a honeymoon in New UiamiDade Junior College. TheiEngland, the newlyweds will bridegroom is also a graduate; make their home in North Miami of North Miami High School and Beach. Leona LeBlanc Married In City Church Today Immaculate Conception Church I groom's sister, and Miss Ann- was the setting this morning for the 10 o'clock wedding of Leona LeBlanc, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emile LeBlanc of 112 Snow St., and Thomas A. Blair, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Blair of Walnut St., Leominster. Rev. Andre M. Gariepy officiated. A reception followed at the! Monoosnock Country Club in; Marie Mathews, the bride- Allison Corliss, was the flower groom's niece, another niece, girl. Peter Blair was best man for his brother. Ushers were Wil- liam Connors, Richard Corliss, brother-in-law of the bride- groom, Peter McGrath, Richard Jr., nephews of the ..luu m Leominster after which the cou- John pie left on a wedding trip to the Bahamas and Washington, D. C. The bride, who The bride chose a gown of peau de soie over organza, fash- ioned with a scoop neckline en- 'as given in hanced with sequins and pearls, Pomona Plans Anniversary Program Tonigh PEPPERELL Miss Con tance Lavallee and Paul Raat kainen of Leominster Grang will participate in a program f the Middlesex Worcester Po mona Grange tonight at i lie upper hall of the Peppere Town Hall. The occasion is th bservance of its 75th anniver ary. A banquet will be held e lower hall at p.m. Master of ceremonies will b lichard Bishop of Lunenburg who will introduce the stat master, Frank Nelson .thol, and other guests. Mrs Robert Hacket of Groton wil welcome the group and E. Gerr Jansfield, past master of th Massachusetts State Grange an irector of the Division of Fair the Massachusetts Dept. Agriculture, will be guest speak r. A history of the Grange i ableau and song has been com iled and will be presented b Jrs. Theodore Palmer, assisl d by Mrs. Allen Davis o 'itchburg as the reader. Grang members from the Junio range, whose membership tarts at the age of five, up to veteran of 75 years, will par cipate in the program. Musical numbers will start ith the Gay Nineties on through IB years to the present. Mrs everly Gage of Shirley Grange rill be accompanist. Youth and Booster Night wil observed at the next meet g of Leominster Grange Fri. ay, Aug. 18. The meeting will e held at p.m. and the rogram open to the public ai p.m. Invitations to attend ave been accepted by 25 Gran Grange members will pre- nt skits and there will be usic by a. duo from the Youth Training Class. An chestra will. provide music dancing following the pro am, This is in observance the Centennial of the Grange, iss Constance Lavallee is airman and Mrs. Paul Raati- inen will serve refreshments. Hilton Sued SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) Conrad "Nicky" Hilton has en sued for divorce by his oil Iress wife who'charged him th "repeated acts and threats physical violence." Patricia McClintock Hilton, 26, d the son of hotel builder nrad Hilton separated ednesday. In the suit she filed mrsday, Mrs. Hilton said her husband struck her the face recently. marriage by her father, was at-jlonS fitted lily point sleeves and tended by Miss Pauline chapel length train embel- as her maid of honor. Brides- ilished with sequins and pearls. maids were liams, Mrs. Miss Anita Miss Jayne Wil- Loretta Connors Blair, the bride Beaufy Hinfs Most nautrally fair-haired people have fair, thin skin. So the sudden rush of blood that produces a blush is more no tieceable in blondes, whose blood vessels are nearer to the skin surface. You can't rinse off a blush of embarrassment, but you can rid a fair skin of pore, clogging grime and make-up with a face cream that takes it all off with plain water. The rinse off cold cream is for both oily and dry skin. Often a summer tan does not go with autumn wardrobe col- ors. To tone it down, do this before bathing: Squish up thick soap suds on a wet sponge, squeeze lemon juice on the suds and rub this mild bleach over your body. Let the suds and lemon poultice remain on the skin for about 15 minutes before rinsing off and then bathe usual. as Her elbow-length veil was caught to a crown of lace, pearls and crystals. Mrs. Blair is employed as a hairdresser at Henri's, Summer St. Mr. Blair is employed at Giadone's Furniture Store. The couple will make their home at 42 Salem St. Torberf, Wed Marriage vows were ex changed by Hildegarde Jeai Torbert, daughter of Dr. am Mrs. Kenneth R. Torbert of 7 Central St., and Angelo Anthony Brasili, son of Mr. and Mrs Guiseppe Brasili of 49 Sprue St., in an 11 o'clock ceremony this morning in St. Anthony' Church; Officiating were Rev John J. Capuano, host pastor and Rev. Robert Brodsky, pas tor of Calvinistic Congrega tional Church. A reception followed at the Elks Home after which the couple left on a wedding trip t Mew York and Pennsylvania. The bride, who was escortec ;p the altar by her father, was attended by her sister, Helen Nuptials Performed Messiah Lutheran Church was Alencon lace and seed pearls, the setting this noon for the wedding of Joyce Marilyn Kor pela, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Emit Korpela of 651 Ashby State Road, and Wayne Fred- rick Tuominen, son of Police Chief and Mrs. Toivo Tuominen f South Street, Westminster. Raymond J. L. Aho, pas- or, officiated. A reception followed at the toliday Inn, Leominster, after 'hich the couple left on a wed The modified empire waistline fell into an A-line skirt with e detachable chapel length train. Her three-tiered bouffant elbow- ing trip tate. to upper New York The bride, who was given In marriage by her father, was at- ended by Mrs. Carol Fenn of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, her ousin, as her matron of honor. ridesmaids were Mrs. Betsy cofield of Reeds Ferry, N. H., Miss Miriam Joki of Rutland nd Miss Barbara Klcmetti of Westminster. The best man was cofield of Reeds uests were seated Richard Ferry, in the mrch by Mark Huckman, Da? d Butenu, both of West min- er, and William Stockwell of eominster. The bride chose a gown of Ig organza over taffeta, fash- ned with a bateau neckline Immed with re-embroidered of illusion was double crown of length veil caught to a seed pearls and lace. She car- ried a cascade of white roses and philanopsis. The bride, a graduate of Fitchburg High School and Becker Junior College, is a medical secretary at Henry leywood Memorial Hospital in Gardner. Her husband, a grad- uate of Oakmont Regional High School, Ashburnham, is a mem- ier of the Westminster police brce. The couple will make their lome on David Road, Westmin- ster. Grace In USA HOLLYWOOD (AP) Prin- cess Grace of Monaco, her hus- >and Prince Ranier, and their children Princess Caroline, 10, 'rlnce Albert, 6, and Princess Stephanie, 2, took a look at a movie studio Thursday, The royal couple Is visiting Hollywood for the first time ince their marriage. Claire LeBlanc Says Vows MRS. THOMAS A. BLAIR Miss Claire M. LeBlanc and Richard J. Selinga were married this morning at a ceremony which took place at 9 in St. Joseph's Church. The bride u the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Alyre LeBlanc of 24 Ajniott St. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John W Selinga of 103 Young's Road, Lunenburg. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of imported Chantilly lace. Its design featured an Empire bodice with bateau neckline nodified Kabuki sleeves edged in hand-clipped lace and sheath skirt drawn to back fullness flowing to a chapel train. Her pearl-embroiderel matching lace open crown held a veil of silk illusion. She carried an arrange- ment of white roses with ivy en cascade. Mrs. Paul Farineau, sister of the bride, was matron-of-honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Joan Selinga, sister of the bride- groom, Mrs. Donald LeBlanc, Miss Victoria Aubin, and Miss Elaine LeBlanc, sister of the bride. Miss Paula Farineau, the bride's niece, was flower girl and Steven Selinga, brother of the bridegroom, was bear- er. John W. Selinga Jr. served his brother as best man. The ushers were Bernard Leclair, M. Don- ald Selinga of Worcester, a irother of the bridegroom; Paul Farineau, brother-in-law of the McGuIrk maid of honor. Bridesmaids i Jr. were Diane C. Torbert, another sister, Mrs. 'Wilfred LeClair, the bridegroom's sister, and Mrs. Barry Roy, all of Fitch- burg. Salvatore Rizzo, Jr., of Fitch burg was the best man. Usher- ing duties were performed by Wilfred LeClair, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, Armando Botch, a cousin of the bride groom, and William Burke, Jr., all residents of Fitchburg. The bride chose a gown of im- ported silk organza, fashioned with a bateau neckline, empire aodice enhanced with Venice lace banding, kabuki sleeves edged in lace and an A-line skirt falling into a full chapel sweep. Her elbow length veil of silk illusion was caught to a contour pillbox of silk organza rimmed with lace appliques. She carried an off-center cas- cade bouquet of white roses, centered with white glamelias. The bride and bridegroom are >oth graduates of Fitchburg High School. The bride, also a ;raduate of Mt. Ida Junior Col- ege in Newton, is employed as i laboratory technician at Jurbank Hospital. Her husband s employed in construction. They will make their home at 79 High St. The wedding guests were re- ceived at the Elks Lodge in Leo- MRS. RICHARD J. SELINGA minster. After the reception, the couple left for the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania. Both graduates of St. Ber- nard's High School and Fitch- burg State College, Mr. Selinga is a teacher in Avon, Conn, and Mrs. Selinga employed by the Visiting Nursing Association, Hartford, Conn. They will make their home at 1660 Framington Ave., Union- ville, Conn. Hachey-Charron Nuptials In St. Joseph's Church In a ceremony at St. Joseph's length veil attached. White Church this morning at 10 Miss Andrea L. Charron, daughter of bined in her bouquet. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Charron of 29 Chabot Drive, became the bride of Francis J. Hachey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hachey of 19 England Ave. The bride cothe, Ohio, Richard Lockhart was given in marriage by her of Natick and Stephen Padula of father. Attending her as matron-of- honor was Mrs. Snndra Mar- and Miss Elaine Hachey, sis- ter sof the bridegroom, and home in Woburn. Miss Patrice DiNatale. Flower girl was Cheryl A. Cormier, Godchild of the bride. For her wedding, the wore a full length. A-line peau de soie gown with Italian lace white welvet. It was styled with a full length cathedral (rain, rler headpiece of matching roses and English ivy were corn- Best man was Robert Hachey, brother of the bridegroom. Ush. ers duties were performed by Thomas Fitzgerald of Chilli- Akron, Ohio. The newlyweds received guests at the Buttercup Hill ceau cousin of the bride. Brides- Club in Lunenburg after which maids were Miss Anno Hachey they left on a honeymoon to Bermuda. They will make their The bride is a 1963 graduate of St. Bernard's Central Catho- lic High School and a 1967 bride graduate of Fitchburg State Col- lege. She will teach this fall in the Burlington school system. sleeves and hem trimmed with The bridegroom, a 1962. 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