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The Rev. Richard O'Gorman officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hinz rann, 13 Dutchess Wappingers Falls, and the bride Miss Brannen Is Bride Of Mr.
Adams Miss Janet Lillian Brannen became the bride pf Terry Joe Adams Majr 22 in a ceremony at St Paul's Episcopal Church, Pleasant Valley. The bride is the daughter 'of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse C. Brannen Traver Road, Pleasant Valley.
The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Larry Kiley, Algonquin, and Allen Adams, Hastings, Neb. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Susan Jean Brannen, Pleasant Valley, as maid of honor, Miss Gail Keecb and Miss Evelyn Yan kajtis, both of Pleasant Valley, were bridesmaids. Miss Robin Rohrer, Pleasant Valley, cousin of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. Perry Vance, Hillsdale, served as best man.
Ushers were William Adams, Algonquin, brother of the bridegroom, and Mark Popskins, Hillsdale. After a reception at the Knights of Columbus Hall, the couple departed on a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, S. C. Upon their return they will reside in West Berne. The bride, a graduate of Arlington High School, class" "of 1970, is employed as an operator at the New York Telephone Co.
in Poughkeepsie. A graduate of Rathaver High School, Spencer, Iowa, the bridegroom was recently employed at Walbridge Farm, Millbrook, and is now employed at Willow Lane Farm, West Berne, as a herdsman. groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Wood, 15 Conklin New Hamburg.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attended "by Miss Patricia Antonelli, Wappingers Falls, as maid of honor Other attendants were Miss Jean Hinzmann, Miss a Hinzmann and Miss Anne Snickars, all of Wappingers Falls, and Mrs. Linda Hofer, Cape Cod, Mass. Tammy Riedinger, Wappingers Falls, was flower girl. Karol Tasnady, New Hamburg, was best man. Ushers were Robert Wood, Fishkill; Wesley Wilkert, Poughkeepsie, and Rojsald Paino and Edwin Hinzmann, both of Wappingers Falls.
Robert Dansereau, Wappingers Falls, was ring bearer. After a reception at the Wappingers Falls Knights of Columbus Hall, the couple departed on a wedding trip to Washington, DC. Upon their return, they will reside in 14 Market Wappingers Falls. The bride is a 1968 graduate of Roy C. Ketch am High School and attended Dutchess Community College.
She is employed by the Marine Mid 1 a Bank of Southeastern New York, N.A., Wappingers Falls. Graduated in 1966 from Roy C. Ketcham High School, the bridegroom is employed by the A. C. Dutton Lumber Poilghkeepsie.
The United Nations Chapel, New York City, was the setting Saturday afternoon of the marriage of Miss Margaret Louise Christ and Michael Richard Greenberg. The Rev. Dr. Carl Soule officiated. The bride, of New York, Is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph G. Christ, La Grangeville, and the bridegroom, also of New York, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney S.
Greenberg, Yonkers. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by her sister in law, Mrs. Winifred Christ, Armonk, as matron of honor. Robert Hordan, Kendall Park, N.J., was best man. Ushering were Norman Christ, Armonk, brother of the bride, and Ralph Clem, Leonla, N.J.
A reception took place in the Dag Hammarskjold Lounge at the Church Center for the United Nations. The couple plans to reside in New Brunswick, N.J. The bride was graduated in 1963 from Arlington High School and was class valedictorian. A Smith College alumna, where she also was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, she received her master's degree in 1969 from Columbia University. She currently is Ph.D.
candidate in modern European History at Columbia. Graduated from Lincoln High School, Yonkers, and Hunter College, the Bronx, the bridegroom received his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in geography from Columbia University, where he is an assistant professor. In September, he will become an associate professor in the urban planning department of Livingston College, Rutgers University, New Brunswick.
Horbort Studlft MRS. MICHAEL GREENBERG Becomes Bride Of Mr. Guernsey Miss Mary Bradford Holliday and Steven Gano Guernsey IV were married May 24 in New Orleans, La. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. John E.
Holliday, 47 Round Hill Road, Twin Hills, Town of Poughkeepsie, and the late Mr. Holliday. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Frances K. Guernsey, Mill brook, and Steven G.
Guernsey 111, Robin Hill Road, Town of LaGrange. The bride was graduated from Poughkeepsie High School and Cazenqvia College. She formerly was employed as a secretary by International Business Machines Corp. Agraduateof Cornwall Academy Great Barrington, the bridegroom attended Middlesex College, Stowe, Vt. He is associated with Guernsey Real Estate.
Kathleen Milczewski Wed To John McCorquodale Miss McCollum Wed To Ronald Dougherty Married In St. James Epls Hyde Park, were Miss Carol Ann Mc Collum and Ronald Alan Dougherty. The 'Rev. William Dougherty, father of the bridegroom, officiated. The bride Is the daughter of Mr.
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Ushering were Kenneth Dougherty, brother of the bridegroom, and Charles Rouner, Hyde Park. A reception took place at Michael's Table, Hyde Park, after which the couple departed on a wedding trip to the south New Jersey shore. The bride, a graduate of Our Lady of Lourdes High School and the Vassar Hospital School of Nursing, is employed as a registered nurse at Vassar Hospital. An alumnus of Newton High School, the dridegroom has completed a tour of duty In Vietnam with the Marine Corps. He currently is stationed in Norfolk, Va.
MBVflV RAH 99BBiBHi YBBv a BBpr BB Jj sV flBBVM BYflYBVflBk rWflYfl MRS. J. McCORQUODALE Reservations To Close For Pool Event Reservations will close Wednesday for the Peach Shortcake and Family Swim Night Friday at the YWCA Cedarcliff Pool. It will be from 6:30 to 10 p.m. Mrs.
Donald Hamilton, 5 Stoutenbuegh Drive, Hyde Park, is in charge of reservations. Additional information is available at the office in the pool building in Bancroft Road. Wedding Receptions Showers, Parties Business Luncheons, etc. Facilities np to ISO A wk roust of cwnploto Omttrti EDISON MOTOR INN Koute.55, Manchester Rd. 4M J080 'Frisco Strike The largest local general strike in San Francisco in July, 1934, lasted four days and was caused by stevedores and shipowners attempting to break a maritime strike for union recognition, according to Encyclopaedia Britannica.
Miss Kathleen Frances Milczewski became the bride of John David McCorquodale May 30 at St 's Church, Millbrook. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Daniel McGuire performed the ceremony The bride's father and step in are Mr and Mrs.
Thaddeus Milczewski, Ver bank Vdlage Road, Verbank, and her mother is Mrs. Margaret Davis, Indian Rocks Beach, Fla. The bridegroom, of Hunts ville, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A 1 a M.
McCorquodale, Wrens, Ga. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by Miss Doreen Russell, Union, N.J., as maid of honor. Other attendants were Mrs. Jeffrey Van Benschoten, Poughkeepsie, cousin of the bride; and Miss Siri Vigdor, Teaneck, N.J., "Miss Sherry Milczewski, Verbank, the bride's sister, was a junior bridesmaid; Harold Ross, Winter Park, was best man for his brother in law. Ushering were Donald Barnes, the Bronx, and Martin Milczewski, Poughkeepsie, brother of the bride.
Ernest Beneway, Verbank, was a junior usher. After a reception at the Al a Inn, Millbrook, the couple departed on a wedding trip to Bermuda. Upon their return, they will make their home in Huntsville. The bride, a 1966 alumna of Boonton (N.J.) High School, was graduated in 1967 from Dover (N.J.) Business College. Up until her marriage she was a secretary at Harlem a 1 1 State Hospital, Wingdale.
Graduated in J962 from Wrens High School, the bridegroom served in the Navy aboard the carrier USS Kear sage in Vietnam. He is an electronics technician with the McDonnell Douglas Huntsville. lkdF a bbbB JiaBaBftl i mbLbbbbbbYbbIbIbbbbbbbbl BaStf IbVbb. jbbbbbh Clip this Ad. as a reminder to call SUM WORLD Located in the heart of Poughkeepsie 109 CANNON STREET Poll nO 1.91RR For a FREE Adventure Lwuil Mil ii ww around SUm World SUBSIDIARY Of E1TILLI A ALFONSO, INC.
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Representing Poughkeepsie women are Mrs. Eh Gorin, chapter president, and Mrs. Leonard Turkenkopf, adminis a i vice president. Mr. Gorin, president, and Mr.
Turkenkopf, third vice president, are Lodge representatives. The chapter members will a brief report at its Wednseday night meeting at the Jewish Community Center and the Lodge will report at its dinner meeting June 16 at the Edison i Motor Inn. mere Road, Wappingers Falls. A native of Philadelphia, Mrs. Clark and her husband and 18 month oId son reside at 8 Ricky Lane, Town of Poughkeepsie.
Mrs. Clark has represented the 1 i ct Jayncees in state wide competition for her knowledge and work with the Jayncees. She will serve a one year term as president. Other' officers installed include Mrs. Jack Stecher, vice president; Mrs.
Tom Espos ito, secretary, and Mrs. Ronald Hines, treasurer. Maureen Loulis, Fishkill, division president, was installing officer for the candlelight ing event. Mrs. John Blakely won the "Jayncee of the Year" award for her aid to the group.
Mrs. Ernest Stoetzner won "The Best Project Award" for a Child Molesting Prevention Program, and Mrs. Ronald Sbouse won "The Key Woman" award for her Leadership training course. Presidential awards of honor were presented to Mrs. Jack Stecher for her outstanding work as secretary and to Mrs.
Andrew Clark for her efforts as vice president Mrs. John Neal is retiring president and Mrs. John Moran retiring treasurer. Mrs. Shouse was chairman tor the event.
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