Meggison - Oppizzi wedding
Matawan Girl Wed Yesterday KEYPORT - Miss Arlene Op-pizzi, Op-pizzi, Op-pizzi, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank William Oppizzi, 478 Atlantic Atlantic Ave., Matawan, became the bride of William J. Meggison, son of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Meggison, 342 Monroe Ave., Laurence Laurence Harbor, yesterday. The Rev. Alfred Smith performel the double ring ceremony in St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church. The bride, given In marriage by her father, wore a gown of silk organza designed with a sab-rina sab-rina sab-rina neckline and long tapering sleeves. Lace appliques trimmed the full skirt which terminated in a train. Her veil of French illusion illusion fell from a cap of hand-rolled hand-rolled hand-rolled silk organza petals trimmed with pearls. She carried a cascade bouquet of white orchids, lily of the valley, and ivy. Miss Marilyn DiSanto, Matawan, Matawan, was the maid of honor. Her ice blue organza street lenclh gown had embroidery of royal blue and white Ilowers on the cummerbund cummerbund and cap sleeves. A small veil was attached to a matching head -bow -bow and she carried a cascade bouquet of royal blue and white carnations. Francis Malik, South Amboy, was the best man. Ushers were Frank W. Oppizzi, brother of the bride, Matawan, and Albert Meggison, Meggison, brother of the bridegroom, Laurence Harbor. A reception was held at John's Halfway House, South Amboy. The bride was graduated from Matawan High School, and from Drake's Business College, New Brunswick. She is employed at Lavoie Laboratories, Morganville. The bridegroom was graduated from Sayreville High School and is employed by Julians Auto Body Co., South Amboy.