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Newark courier-gazette. (Newark, N.Y.) 1967-1968, April 11, 1968, Image 6

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/ I r • Newark,N.Y. Couner-Ga^etta .. Thursday. Abril Tl.. 1968 in Sharon G Mori>c\ riau^liJTmor'' Mr. and Mrs. Richard Monj© of Hillside Drive,. *wid F^loyd R-; McGovern, Jr..- son of Mr. and •Mrs. Floyd R. McGovern, Sr. of West Ave., were, united in, mar- ' Tiage on March 29 at 7 .p.m. at,: the Park Presbyterian Church chapel. '* .- - -* ; the Rev.- Walter R. Hobkirk, ..pastor, received the . couple’s , . vows. • • j , Miss Catherine Collins was. piaid of fepnor ar.d Jqhn Peters---.] was best man. Serving' as ushers *Were\ Richard Block ar.d John | Mpnje. R white JW 0 of rtne bride wore long sleeve street length dress with Victorian style neckline. Her veil was made of white D i a n n e B l o n d e l l B e c o m e s ! Miss Diamfe Mae Blondell, (jauRhter of' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur j Blondell ot Ryder Rd., and Cpl. Alfred B, Rindstrom. Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B.-Lindstrdm Sr. of Bailey Road, were married: • Friday, April 5; in the fark Presbyterian CjKurcli. , Rev. Waiter. R. Hobkirk per- • ' ' - •• ‘ ‘ ' ' formed,\ the 8 pan. candlelight' Newark .High school -and ' was •ceremony-before-an alter decor- I , d • b olin Mathieson ated with pink and white snap- 1 , , , „. ■dragons and palms. Mi-s. John Chemical Go, of Rochester. The Gifford, organist, accompanied bridegroom' graduated from Kenneth\ Follette of Williamson i Newark- High, School' and. .is who sang \O Perfect Love”, '.presently with the Marine Corps, -“More\ ^ndV'The Lords (Pray-- - er’’. iind at the. Four Seasons. The re- i hearsai party was at the home Blondell, Dennis Paul Priebe. “The bridal gown was organza 0f the bride’s parents, with modified scoop neckline,: Aleyieon lace -bodice and elbow length sleeves edged- with ■matehingfece. ,The skirt wlt-h a MRS. ALFRED LINDSTROM daisies and tulle. Her attendant.y d ; l / Cr /,0 0 / ^wore turquoise crepe with i y wCOr/On DIDie OCnOQI I T ‘ matching veil styled similar to Set at \Alliance Church fee bride?3.->' - r: - - —- —*— ' ----- —— The mother, of the bridegroom ! rp^ s; ^ ro® L^ 'ivill be-d!- wore a light green suit with rector'of the Vacatl0n Bible School, April 15 to 18, 'from 9 to • 1-1:30 a.m. at the Christian and: Missionary Alliance Church, fof I children 4 through 12 years of age. • I Mrs. .Cecil 'pecker, Mrs. Arthur, Deyesr Miss Debbie Lester, Mrs.. Glen Wideman arid Mrs. Daniel ,. _ ___ _ Muckey will assist with the ac- • The bridegroom, who served two I uvitles wiijch include chorus .'™ o , .years in the. U. S. Army, one Bible stpriTs, and work, garnetfnule pup.ls -■-year-in- Vietnam., is employed ,by-. -and refreshments, - ' ■ in Pei s a ; :Whitihg Pools. • ! \ ' ~ . The couple are residing at 3u Mayor, oierk Cancel ... Trip to Washington •■ ‘ ‘ Mayor Milton Elzufon * white -accessories and the moth­ er of the bride wore a gold suit 'with navy Blue accessories. . A reception, followed at the Old World Inn. ,. The bride is ,an X-ray. techni- , c.ian student at the- Newark- -Wayne Commur.it j Hospital, The Easter Egg Hunt for fciir- first and second and streamers. The matron of honor wore a gown of rose colored chiffon over rayon, empire, .style with modified scoop neckline, elbow length sleeves: and b'aek panel of matching rose satin trimmed with roses. Her matching bouf­ fant veil was trimmed With tiny .was —~MOndayr Hoffman St. TEH, THE WORLD WITH - - - CALL US FOR SUGGESTIONS Newark. Sign:Service 101 LYONS ST. COR. E. UNION ST. ■• ’’• DE HDM .. , The golden egg in the first ‘grade was found by .Roger Yost and in the second grade by Kirk arid ; Ford. - Village Clerk -1 Treasurer Charles' 'First eradera who-found prize Hausman were icrcea ter cancer eggs were Brenda DeToye, Qon- their plans to attend the Na- na> Farley, Jackie Jinks. Susan tiunal League of Cities tegisia- Rcddout. Lee Barker.’ CTa’LTu™ tive sessions in Washington, B.C. pher Velte, Ricky Clmgeypian, cn Monday because of the cur- Earnest Volpe. Edward Jen- •few stemming from the-racial i\fngs, _ Sharon Simizon, Michael riots. - Lynn, Patty Hardman, arid Greg The mayor is, a member .of Tiedemann. ’ the Small City‘executive eoun- Second graders who won Eas­ ed, He will be in contact with .ter baskets for prize eggs were the postmaster general for a Donna Noble, Kathy Granger, rayon. They carried bouquets of lopg stemmed rose colored roses, fern and ivy. •The bride’s mother wore a dress of pink ■ lace over' taffeta with pink 'accessories and ' a green orchid corsage. .-..'Plift-briclPe-i’.Qnrri-’s mother .was-: attired in an aqua knit ensem- siibsequent meeting relative to impossibility of a new post of­ fice for Newark. \E V E R Y T H I N G IN E L E C T R O N I C S ' COLOR T.V SPECIAL I ST’ BLACK £.WH ITE • RADIO • STEREO • C. B. 66E.MAIN ST‘ PHELPS * /3 W - 5 4 8 ^ 3 5 9 4 RK1 154 W UNION ST*NEWARK :3 3 l - 2 4 3 0 Edward O’Connor, K e n n e t h Rowe, Jay Vankouwenberg, Jim Bush, and Michael DeJohn. 1 In the morning kindergarten prize-winners were Karen Clark, Cheryl VanDeWallfc, Eddie 0 ‘- Brjen. Jeffery Yosi, Chris Lyon. Walter, s>Hcrmaii and Loren ' Kneist. Pupils who found prize 'eggs in the afternoon kindergarten were Andy Tiedemann, Ronny 1 Barton, Janie Davie, Henry Lud­ wig, Mark Morganti. Brian Saf- ford and Jeffery Tellier. [An Equal Opportunity Employer M/FJ lilies T e s t & T r o u b l e S h o o t e r s To perform test functions and isolate faults in electronic units by the application of elec­ tronic theory. Good Working Conditions DayShift Operation __ Steady Employment Opportunity for Advancement •.# I- ' fringe Benefits include: T;> Paid Vacations & Holidays. 2* Paid Medical & Life Insurance tiremeht Plan.— — ^ 4, Tuition Aid For College Level Courses. 5. Stock Savings & Investment Plan. C o n tact: Personnel O ffice 4IO ,S iegrist St. Newark, N*. V.- •• ' 'Phone 331-6110 Interviews W e ekdays iB :00 A.M. t o 4 : 0 b.P.M . Gary Miller, physical educa­ tion instructor in the elementary schools _____ basketballsketball recreation. ba program for senior high school boys. —The program would be jointly sponsored by the Board of Ed® cation. Village of Newark and the Town of Arcadia at a total cost of $900. 1 Miller has received the sup- school board and needs the ! backing of the village board to I put his program Into motion I this summer. He will submit his program at the next village board meeting on April 16. Purpose Of the program is 1o upgrade the level and interest of basketball in the community, provide an additional communi­ ty recreation service to the youth of Newark and aid in channeling youthful energies into constructive and positive direction during summer vaca­ tion: - — - , The program Would rim for six weeks from June 24 through Aug. 2 and would be open to boys in the ninth through the twelfth- grades. Miller, who is also-the varsity high.school bas­ ketball and track coach, sgid the program could be enlarged to include junior'', high ‘ ktudents 17, and 8 ) in another year. Staff would consisc oT' ar ■director anS' two assistant directors. ■ after serving a year in' Vietnam. „ , . . . I Pre-nuptial events included a - Mrs. Bernhard Bach,-sister of variety shower' given by Mrs. the. bridegroom, was matron Of Bernhard Bach at her home in honor and Miss Marguerite La pair,port; a variety shower given Rre of Rochester was maid- -of by lvjrSi jfioyci Bernent, at her honor. Bridesmaids were Miss. bome in Newark and a variety Pamela Lindstrom .-.and Mrs. slower by Mrs. Kenneth- Blon- Kenneth -Blondell. 1 deu ancj Mrs, Melvin- Henkel at Best-n-ian-was Bernhard Bach, the home of Mrs. Blondell. brother-in-law of the bride- • office associates of the bride groom. ' -Bshers . were ■ Buane pad:a' dinner party in her honor Tellier lace garland, was' a high rise'A- line with a detachable train. The ballerina length, lace trim- medwetpwas held in\ place by a pill bpx of satin, jace and pearls. The bride carried her mother’s white wedding Bible .with. a Chairmen For Host Families Mrs.- Elmer Israel has been named chairman -of tho- Fresh white orchid, stephanotis, ivy Alr Fund in Newark with Mrs. Daniel Franks as co-chairman. Any Newark families interest­ ed in -playing host to underpriv­ ileged children from New York •City are requested to contact either Mrs.. Israel or Mrs. Franks. The.two Fresh Air volunteers bows; She carried a bouquet of ^ chU long stemmed pink roses, fern | .°f mhn and ivy. The maid of honor m s 1 * ° bridesmaids Wore identical I n een the are gowns of pink chiffon andianc1' now is an opportunity for Newark and area families to open their homes to them for two, weeks this summer. <3 Legion Auxiliary Sets ____ Date for Annual Election The August Mauer Unit Amer- , ble with beige, accessories and a l |rar! Legion Auxiliary, will hold I / white orchid corskge. . tits nomination and election of •A recep'tion was held in, the I officers for 1968-69 on April 18, church following ’ the ceremony.! according to Mrs. Mi'chael Fitz- After a wedding trip through | gibbons, unit president, the southern states fee couple ! AH members are requested to will be at home at 137 Old: attend the meeting which’ will Bridge St,, Apt. 6 , Jacksonville,; be followed -by refreshments N. C.' ' j served by Mrs. Donald Bowers The- bride is a graduate of I and Mrs. Harvey Wiebeld. -ul Zoning Board to A c t On Beauty Salon Request l A public hearing will be held by the Zoning Board of 'Appeals ' on April 2 at 4 p.m at City Hall on the application fef Harry E. and Eleanor J. .Smith-for a vari­ ance to operate a beauty salon at their residence, 809 Colonial Drive. “ . • The residence is- located in Residence District - R-l. . 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