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Chronicle-express. (Penn Yan, N.Y.) 1926-current, October 31, 1990, Image 24

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Page 4A - The Chronicle-Express, Penn Van, N.Y., October 31,1990 !v | . ;; ii' i f*| M'ri LifESTyU E lw e ll a n d Pacheck w ed MR. & MRS. GARY PACHECK MIDDLESEX — Esther E. El­ well and Gary A. Pacheck were united in marriage in a 2 p.m. ceremony, Sept. 22 at the Mid­ dlesex Methodist Church. The Rev. Noni Porter performed the double-ring ceremony. Mrs. Patricia Elwell was organist and Joseph Ibner was soloist. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph L. Elwell of 1193 Lincoln Ave., Middlesex. Her husband is the son of Mrs. Alice Pacheck of 16375 S.W. Three Wood Way, Indiantown, PL. Given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a formal gown of white bridal satin with a high crown collar, fitted bodice with a yoke of silk illusion, and long, fitted fingertip sleeves, all embellished with pearls and iridescent sequins. The basque waist carried into a full skirt and chapel train, featuring lace in­ se r t with pearls and sequins ac­ cented with re-embroidered lace appliques and scalloped inserts of Anderson & F u ltz united DUNDEE — Brenda L. Ander­ son became the bride of William E. Fultz, Jr. in a 4 o’clock ceremony. Sept. 29 at the Dundee Baptist Church. The Rev. Jim Austin, minister of the Dundee Baptist Church, and the Rev. Thomas Andrews of Cedarville, OH, uncle of the bride, performed the double-ring ceremony before an altar decorated with white sweethearts and white mini carnations. Ivory and blue satin bows adorned the pews. Joyce Bloom was organist. The bride is the daughter of Chester and Sylvia Anderson of 122 Old Pines Trail, Penn Yan. Her husband is the son of William and Julia Fultz of Main Street, Dundee. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a full-length ivory satin gown with pearls, sequins and lace adorning the bodice. Her fingertip veil was trimmed with pearls and gardenias. She carried a nosegay bouquet of white sweetheart roses and carnations and blue delphiniums. Betsy Wistner of Gorham, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Bonnie Gar­ vey of Penn Yan and Barbara An­ derson of Sea Cliff, both sisters of the bride. The attendants wore full-len^h royal blue satin gowns and carried nosegay bouquets of blue-tipped mini carnations and sweetheart roses, framed in baby’s breath and ivory satin ribbons. Doug Perry of Boston, MA, cousin of groom, was best man. Ushers were Jim Fultz of Him- rod and Fred Fultz of Penn Yan, both brothers of the groom. A reception for 150 guests fol­ lowed the ceremony at the Dres­ den Hotel. Pre-nuptial parties included bridal showers given by Betsy Wistner and Julia Fultz. The bride is a salesperson with Heiser, Inc., and the bridegroom is a stock clerk at Giles ShurFine. Following a wedding trip to Los Angeles, CA Dallas, OR, the couple is residing at 24 Stoll St., Dundee. illusion, edged with organza lace. A fingertip veil of silk illusion and silk flowers attached to the headpiece. She carried a bouquet of pink roses, white carnations, and baby’s breath against a backdrop of white snapdragons, pink car­ nations, white mums and lilies. Mrs. Alice Ellison of Okinawa, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Susan Peet of Wilmington, DE; Mrs. Catherine Riley of Syracuse; and Mrs. Diane Montague of North Conway, NH, sister of the groom. The attendants wore tea-len^h gowns in royal blue satin with sweetheart necklines. They car­ ried bouquets of pink roses and white carnations. The bridal gown and atten­ dants’ gowns were designed and tailored by the bride, her mother and a friend. Kevin Hogan of Baldwinsville, was best man. Ushers were Leo Pacheck of Jupiter, FL, and Edward Pacheck of Baldwinsville, both brothers of the groom, and Morris St. Denis of Baldwinsville. A reception for 220 guests fol­ lowed the ceremony at the Baldwinsville Moose Lodge. Out- of-town guests attended from Pennsylvania, Florida, New Jer­ sey, Washington State, Delaware, Okinawa, and New Hampshire. Pre-nuptial parties included a bridal shower given by Judie, Dolores and Sharon Pacheck and Diane Montague; a bridal shower given by Donna Alexander and Wnnie Andrews; and a bridal shower given by Judy Wint, Sally Bounds and Kay VanNoy. The bride is a a graduate of Marcus Whitman Central School, the SUNY Upstate Medical Cen­ ter and Thomas Jefferson Univer­ sity. She is an ultrasound sonog- rapher with St. Joseph’s Imaging Assoc. The bridegroom is a graduate of Baldwinsville Central and the SUNY at Oswego. He is a senior programmer with Mutual of New York. 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