|Miss Anne Nagosky And Joseph W. Mack|
Marry At Sacred Heart Church
Miss Anne Nagosky, New York city, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Nagosky, Cleveland, Ohio, became the bride of Joseph W. Mack, son
of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Mack, 1505 Thirty-seventh street, Rock Island, at
a nuptial mass this morning at 10:30 o'clock in Sacred Heart Catholic
church, Rock Island.
The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Thomas J. Jordan officiated at the single ring
ceremony. Attendants were the bride's sister Miss Mary Nagosky,
Cleveland, and the bridegroom's brother, William Mack.
The bride was attired in an ivory satin gown, fashioned with a
long train. Her finger-tip length veil of illusion fell from a crown of
orange blossoms. The bride carried a bouquet of white gladioli centered
with an orchid. The bridesmaid wore an aqua satin and marquisette gown.
Her bouquet and headpiece were of sweetheart roses. A wedding breakfast
and reception were held at the Fort Armstrong hotel.
Mrs. Mack is a graduate of West Technical high school, Cleveland,
and Cleveland college. For the past five years she has been in the
public relations and advertising department of the Chesapeake and Ohio
railroad in the New York city office.
Mr. Mack, a graduate of Reynolds high school and St. Ambrose
college, served four years in the army, with a rank of lieutenant, and
since his discharge from service has been a sales representative of the
Bard-Parker company, Danbury, Conn., in the New York office.
The couple left on a trip to White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., and
for traveling Mrs. Mack chose a brown check gabardine suit with brown
accessories. They will reside at 315 East Fifty-seventh street, New York
(Rock Island Argus - Saturday, Sept. 9, 1950)