Anna Pace



  • NEWSPAPER CLIPPING (undated and unsourced):
    DiZazzo -- Pace

    Miss Anne Pace, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Pace, 7 Chestnut street, became the bride of Joseph DiZazzo, 235 Elm street, at a ceremony at 3:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon in the Holy Rosary church. Rev. Carmine J. Coletta O.S.A. of Detroit, Michigan, a cousin of the bride, officiated. The acolytes were Theodore Coletta and J. D'Agostino, cousins of the bride.

    Mrs. Nicholas Zannini was at the organ and during the ceremony Santo Cataudella sang the "Ave Maria" and "Mother At Thy Feet Is Kneeling."

    Escorted by her father the bride wore a period gown combining a lace bodice with a bouffant skirt of tulle. She wore a full length veil of illusion held in place with a coronet of pearls and she carried a Colonial bouquet of white roses, stephanotis and baby's breath.

    Miss Dora D'Agostino, cousin of the bride, was her maid of honor. She wore pink tulle and taffeta in bouffant style with a spray of pink flowers in her hair and carried a Colonial bouquet of pale blue delphinium and blue bachelor buttons

    Daniel Nardoza, U.S. Navy, was the best man,

    The bride's mother wore a pink and black print with black accessories and a corsage of pink roses. The bridegroom's mother wore a blue gown with matching accessories and a corsage of roses.

    The reception was held at the Capri cafe after which the couple left on a trip to the While Mountains.

    The bridegroom has received a discharge from the army after serving in the Pacific theater of action.

  • This record last updated 8 December 2010 by D. Trumbull.