Billy & Lynn Lahl Marriage
N. Y.. TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1971 SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Griffin - Lahl Wedding Announced Here Mr. and Mrs. Bo R. Olund. R D. 4. Box 394. Kingston, an nounce the marriage of her daughter. Lynette Flora Griffin. Griffin. to William Albert Lahl. son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Lahl. 152 Doris Street. Port Ewen. The wedding took place on Sunday, Sept. 5 in Presentation Church, Port Ewen. The Rev. Father Murphy Murphy officiated at the double ring ceremony. James Sweeney, organist, accompanied Mrs. James Sweeney, who sang traditional wedding selections. Baskets of gladioli decorated the altar. The bride was given in marriage marriage by her stepfather. She selected a traditional gown of Chantilly lace with a bouffant silhouette. The paneled front featured ruffles to the bottom of the gown. The gown was styled with a scalloped sabina neckline and juliette sleeves. Her mantilla with blusher was fastened to a juliette cap. The bride carried a colonial bouquet bouquet of white daisies and pink rosebuds. Miss Christina Lahl. Pym- rock Road. Sawkill. sister of the bridegroom, served as maid of honor. She wore a our new CREAM BAR at FARM DAIRY STORE Kioa’i H'w#v, Lak# Katrina. Open 11 e.nt. to 9 p.m. CONES—SUNDAES—SHAKES Products — Make Boice Your Choice BROS. DAIRY Lana, Kingston • 33I-3S04 Opaa • to 5 Doily axe. Sunday to You. high w aisled blue gown, styled with a narrow rufflt around the high neckline and wide cuffs of the semi bishop sleeves. Her skirt was a floral print of varied shades. Miss Lahl wore a matching wide brimmed hat and carried a colonial bouquet of pink rosebuds rosebuds and white daisies with streamers. Miss Robin Olund and Miss Anna Lisa Olund. both stepsister stepsister of the bride. R.D. 4, Box 394, Kingston, served as bridesmaid and junior bridesmaid. bridesmaid. respectively. Robin wore a green gown and a matching wide brimmed hat and carried a colonial bouquet of gold daisies and rosebuds with streamers. Anna Lisa was attired in a gold gown and carried a colonial bouquet bouquet of green daisies and rosebuds, trimmed with streamers. A gold ribbon served as her headpiece. Thomas Burt. 235 Linderman Linderman avenue. Kingston, served as best man. Ushers were John Fay. 153 Linderman Avenue. Avenue. uncle of the bridegroom; and Richard Olund. Ulster Park. A reception for 100 guests was held at Capri “400" Restaurant, Restaurant, Route 9W, Port Ewen. The bride selected a green pant suit with black accessories accessories for her wedding trip to Niagara Falls and Canada. Mrs. Lahl was graduated in 1970 from Kingston High School. Her husband is a 1967 graduate of Kingston High School and a 1969 alumnus of Alfred State College. He is employed by Kingston Mechanical Mechanical Contractors, and is serving with the National Guard. The couple will reside at Jockey Hill Trailer Park. Sawkill. MRS. WILLIAM A. LAHL (Lakeside Studio) Democratic Women’s Club Picnic Ulster County Democratic Women’s Club recently held its successful annual picnic at Upper Hasbrouck Park. Everyone in attendance had an opportunity to meet and talk with the Democratic candidates candidates from the City of Kingston Ward: Clarence Stoutenberg, 4th Ward; and Philip DeCicco. 9th Ward. John Coffey, the 1st Ward candidate is a former former candidate for the old 12th W’ard and William Bodenweber. Bodenweber. 13th Ward, was for merly alderman from the old 9th Ward.