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Newark courier-gazette. (Newark, N.Y.) 1967-1968, May 16, 1968, Image 6

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h J*- gis.H l-v ■ It £r • l i t f{ I: j B l a i r P h o t o (M iss Carol Ann Mascioli, .daughter ''Of~Mrr't'n'a Mrs: \An- gelo Mascioli of 388 Hydesville Rci., Atr.ci Andrew R James,. son of Me. arid Mrs. Robert James . jof Niagara Falls,, exchange J [ i marriage vews on- Saturday, I Christ: Church jii Rochester. . j Miss Constance LoCurto was | her cousin's maid 0 / honor:1 1 Bridesmaids were Miss Susan; Kohler and M isi Marianne Lo­ Curto, both of Roeherter. Miss Lola James,, sister of the bride - grooin, was flower girl. • . Best marMw.as Jay Maioli of' Rochester, Ushers were Dr: Aft3 thony Mascioli, brother of the' bride, of New York.. City, Martin James, brother of the bride r groom,: of Niagara Falls, ar.d Richard Fox <ft Rochester, The bridq. wore a floor-length ..gown of'antique satin With ar, •empire waist, Her • dress and train- were trimmed with floral race/appnques. a riead-pteee ot sating trimmed with roses and p e a § was attached to a cathe­ dral length veil. She carried a cascading bouquet of miniature white roses trimmed with ivy and purple violets ■Miss LoCurto was attired in a,-floor-length gown of pink chif- BATTERY LIFTED A battery was removed from a .new. car according at Swart rto-Rambler. to. a 'report filed at N W a ’ftt.N.Y. CourieriGaief Thursday, May 16, 1968 S P i C I A U S T ! YOUR LOCA1 ROOFING COMPANY FOR 25 YEARS (SUCCESSOR TO HOWARD J. BOWMAN) 245 f a y e t t e ' St.* p a l m y r a , n . y. CALL PALMYRA 597-5639 FREE ESTIMATES LOTION 10 oz. REG. $1.7,5 . / : - Lynne Clark Becomes Bride Of Robert DeAugustine Miss Lynn Rae Clark, daughter of Mr.. and Mrs. Paul A. Clark of 374 Adeline Rd„ Rochester, and Robert E. DeAugustine,- Softool Mr. and.Mrs. Michael DeAugustine of 806 Church St., Newark, were 'married Saturday at 11 am . jjt’St, Michael’s Church. . The Rev. • Joseph McDonnell.! --—:— —- - ’ — ~ said the Nuptial Mass. The! j bride was given in marriage by11 Mrs, Clark w o re'a melon en- j'her father. |sem b ie. with gricn, accessories and a corsage of gardenias'. .. Mother of the bridegroom I r - T F o r m u la 5 0 0 WHITE or FjiUORIDE FAMILY SIZE 6 3A oz. REG. 95c ■ T Q U C ^ OF MAGIC' PINK LOTION For Sparkling Dishes I QT. PLASTIC BOTTLE ' y REG. 49c MEN'S fc-BOYS* PERMANENT PRESS DRESS SHIRTS SHORT SLEEVE NEVER NEEDS IRONING W HITE & COLORS - SHETLAND By LEWYT ELECTRIC Adjustable Power Dial REG. $29.95- ANTACID l l I f I I I 12 FI. Oz. “REG. $1.49 ■ w e R ese r v e t h e Ri#HTtT o l im it q u a n t it ies Sprays of snap dragons, car­ nations and babies breath deco­ rated the church. ’klstgs Cpristy L e trrurn r o r -ftcr wore a beige lace ensemble wt-tss——and—«. . Chester was her sister's maid of -honor. ‘ r Bridesmaids were Miss Paula 1 Jean Clark o f Rochester, sister ■ of the- bride,. Mrs. -Daniel Ste- tvens of Newark, Mrs. Anthony 'Lopez of Rochester and Mrs. 'Willard Campbell of Newark, j Best man was Louis DIG re- gorio of Rochester. Ushers were Willard Campbell oi Newark, Daniel Stevens of Newark, En’c Clark of -Rochester. Frederic Campbell of Pennsylvania. Rob- is presently employed as' eft Rots of. Newark and Charles ret-ary at Eastman Kodak Atistin of Newark. . Chester, I cordage ‘ Of - g;n'clenisisr\ reception for 400 was held ,he Midway Motor Court With iudsts present from Newark. Buffet lo, Syracuse, Penn Yan. Geneva. Lyons, Clyde,., Roches­ ter and Pennsylvania. - Following a wedding trip ' to Bermuda and New York, thd couple will make theirvhom'e.bn Norton St. In R o c h e s t e r The - bride is a gradnhter Of Greece-Arc.adirt H-igh Seh’^oi and see- Tlie bride wore an ivory gown of A-line design with Valencia lace adorning the bodice and hemline. Her veil was a Spanish latse mantilla. She carried a for­ mal cascade of white bridal roses-and greens. Mr. DeAugustine, a graduate of Newark High School, is/also employed at Kodak. Prenuptial events included a variety shower given b | Mrs. Daniel Stevens, JVTi's. Anthony j, Lopez and Mrs. Michael iDeAU' JTte maid of honor and brides -1 gustine, a luncheon given|by co­ maids wore pink poi de sole | workers of the bride, and a re­ gowns with, pink lace cages, hearsal party at the. homef of the They carried cascades of gfeens. ! bridegroom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Doyle ozs. (Lynne Matlmsv. 145 Pierson Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Nielsen Ave., Newark-, May 3. born at /Shirley Cedarwood Clifton Springs Sanitarium, a Trailer Park. Macedon.iMay 8. son, Sean Michael, weighing 6 a son, Erik Peter, weighing 7 j lbs. 1'0*4- ozs. .lbs. 13 ozs. ' ' ' ^ ‘in George,-r Mr, and Mrs. Robert/Reynolds Cleveland, Qhto, May 10, born (Gail Tle-rson), Sand/Hill Rd., i f Psr.ma Community Hospital Newark, May 10. a/son, Mark j ill Ohio, a son. David Alan, j on weighing 6 lbst 15 ozs.\ | weighing 9 lbs. 2 ozs. Mrs. St. ' George Is the former Joan West- - ,,,£ , fall, .daughter of Dr. and Mrs. WnL™snh iii i r f Leon Westfall of W. Miller St. ’ A ^ t ^ , SP4 and Mrs. Brian DeCann o i f f 5/ a J®n’ we.iSfe\ Ing 7 lbs. 2 ozs, Newark, May 12, born at Clifton • Mr. and Mr; Springs Sanitarium, a son,- Dwayne David, weighing 7 lbs. 1 ok. ____ . r ' Mr. and Mrs. Donald Storr (Nancy Steurrys), Hammond1 Rd,, Palmyra, 'May 13. born in . Marion, a son, Kenneth John ,. weighing 7 lbs. 13 ozs. Community Jam es Michalke (Paula Doddf/, 1661^-Lalte Ave., Williamson, May 11* a son,' Ste­ ven Paul, weighing* U lbs. IV 2 / I i - ' Mr. and Mrs. George Atten- boro (Dolores DiSaHto), 11 Sis­ son St./Lyons, May 11, a daugh­ ter, Wendy Kristine, weighing 8 lbs. / ' J a r . and Mrs. Gary Fulver 1 Patricia Buckley), 813 S. Main Newark, May 12, a son, Newark - W ayne Hospital: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mann (Katherine Rowe), State Rd), * „ , - Newark, MSy 8, a son. John Wil- j/James Patrick, weighing 7 lbs. liam , weighing 8 lbs. 4 ozs. 1 1 ° zf- Mr, and Mrs. Frank Goodman/1 Mr. and Mrs. Rocco Scutella (Virginia Kilburn), Jackson StX , (Florence O’Brien), Phelps Rd,, Palmyra, May 8, a son, Frank, Newark, May 12, a Son, David LeRoy, Jr., weighing 8 lbs. m j Paul, weighing 6 lbs. 1414 ozs. & TRUCK PARTS TRUCKS RECONDITIONED TRUCK BUYS DISMANTLING FREE TELETYPE SERVICE ‘ DIAL 594-7361 ROUTE 104 — WEST OF WOLCOTT MRS. ANDREW JAMES fon over satin and carried a,ft ooyquet of carnations a n d mums, A. satin veiled bow head­ piece accented the outfit. Miss Kohler wore- a maize gown and carried a. matching yellow bouquet.- Miss LoCurto • £-, wore an. avocado gow n 1 a n d . 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