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THE POST-STANDARD, SYRA'CUSE, N. Y., ..SUNDAY, JULY 21, 194G t: the of Cornell u r G. Cod- and son, F. Michncl Romeo ' Barnard . Bizzoll Left to right, Mrs. John Edwin Hardy was Miss.Elizabeth Case Faust; Mrs. James W, McNamara, formerly Miss Maxine Hendricks; Mrs. Carmen Silino, the former Miss Jennie Gullo. lijijiijgi^ ^^^^^^^Â·t.... Â·/A-:- Â·Â·Â·'Â· Mlehitol Romeo Michael Borneo Michael Homeo Left to right, Mrs. Domnick Pollastro, previously Miss Virginia Busco; Mrs. Anthony Lopercio was Miss Genevieve Longo; Mrs. Louis R. Grosso, formerly Miss Theresa J. More. a beige gabardine suit with'pink accessories. The bride was graduated from Our Lady oJ! the Valley school in Wheeling, W. Va. She is employed by the American Mutual Insurance Co, Mr. McNamara was discharged from the .service last October after four years 1 service with three in Africa and Italy. He is employed at Electronics park, by General. Elec- tric.Co. f ' ' -" Miss Hendricks Becomes Bride The wedding of Miss Maxine Hondrtcks of Marion, O., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Zen- hardt, to James W. McNamara of 136 Forest ave., ^was solemnized at 9 a. m. Saturday, July 6, in St. Anthony of Padua church. Rev. Edward Kopp performed the ceremony. Miss Faust Church Bride OfSgt Hardy T HE wedding of Mis* Elizabeth Case Faust, daughter of Rev;;, arid Mrs. John Wesley Faust of 204 Center it., and Â·M/Sgt John Edwin Hardy, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C Hardy of 406 Center st,, took place at 4 Â· p. m. Wednesday, July 3, in Asbury Methodist church. The; bride's iathcr, assisted 3y Rev. Carl G, McConnell, r(!ad the service. ' . - Miss M. Lillian Jerome played traditional organ music and accompanied E. Curtiss Gaylord, tenor, Mrs. Alfred Kelsc Miller, violinist, and ' Miss Marian Luther, cellist. A reception followed the service in the church social rop'ms. The.bride wore a white slipper satin gown fashioned with a basque waist 'and a gathered skirt ending in- a tra n. Her fingertip veil.was caught to an orange blossom halo, * nd she' carried white roses and stcpha- notis. Her attendants were her sisters, Mrs. E. Curtiss Gaylord of State College, Pa,, and Mrs. Hubert L. Via of Westerly, R, 1 . I John C. Hardy was bust man for his son. M/Sgt. Hi rold J. McMahon, C. Russell HP!!, William R. Cunningham and Alton C, Dorchester ushered, Mrs. Gaylord wore a green taffeta and net. gown with a halo of orchid sweetpeas. Her bouquet was ,yellow roses and orchid sweetpeas. Mrs. Via was attired in a white marquisette fmck and carried' pink roses and orchid sweetpeas. Â· When the couple loft foe a trip lo Lake Champlain and tic New England states, the new matron .chose a gold shantung svit with toast-brown accessories and a corsa'ge of yellow rosebuds. After Aug. 1, they will live at 406 Center st. The bride was graduated from Geneseo State Teachers college and was formerly a librarian in elementary schools in Endicott. The bridegroom ' attended the New York State College of Forestry and was graduate-1 from State Ranger school at Wanakena, He is associated with the military department at Syracuse university. Miss Sakezles Â· Is Betrothed The engagement' of Miss Molly Sakezles, daughter' of Mr. and Mrs, Steve D. Sakezles of 1001 Bellevue ave., to Gus Felakis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Felakis of Binghamton, was announced at a party given Sunday, July 7, in' the prospective bride's home. Mrs. Nick Mic'nale and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Milton of .Barberton, O., and Mr, and Mrs. John Felaki of Binghamton were among the 100 guests. Miss Sakezles, a graduate of Central high school, is a senior Troth The engagement J. Miller, Mrs. William Bay, to Amos Maple Bay is wedding will Sept. 1. Miss Miller North Syracuse the School of university. the university Mr. Seabury, Amos. W.