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6. 1952 15 i Â· Mr. ckson nt of Sally r a r r i e t Dexter V'ilson, M '. and pi ice in oi St. rsing, mem ier of Medical cf South c f Ap-| K e y Society During wi h the r n industrial Stuart d for si ce on Top ' ath a s:de up t the ittagc Troth oi Couple Revealed at Party A dinner party was given last night by Mr. nnd Mrs. Theodore J. Veri in their home at 413 First St.. Soivay, '.o a n n o u n c e the cnjape- rnent and approaching marriage of their daughter. Kiss Marir-Eslellc Vcri. to Eugene Paul Cacossa, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Peter Cacossa of West Orange, N. J. The couple will be married Sept. 6 in St. Cecilia's Church, Soivay. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Soivay High School and is a member member oi' the Syracuse Insurance Women's Women's Association. She is a secretary with the state agency office of Pacific Pacific National Fire Insurance Co. Mr. Cacossa was graduated from West Orange High School and is in the restaurant business. Miss Marie 3 Engaged to Eugene Paul Cacossa. j STRAWBERRY PRUNES I Prunes are one cf the best buys of the month. Try them in this com-! bir.ation for a most delicious sum-! mer salad. Pit cooked prunes and j f i l i each prune with half a strawberry. strawberry. Place a mound of cottage cheese on a garnished salad plate and circle with a garland of six stuffed prunes. Serve w i t h a thip French dressing if desired. ?