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4D THE PALM BEACH POST SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1997 F Weddings Anniversaries Cartwright-Wilson Anderson-Butler 15 3 (P Brenda Lynne Cartwright and Richard William Wilson were married Aug. 30 at the Church of the Palms in Delray Beach. The bride is the daughter of William Cartwright of Carrollton, Ohio, and Barbara Scott of Jacksonville. Wilson is the son of Richard L. Wilson of Huntington, Conn., and the late Margaret Wilson. The bride is a server for Red Lobster Restaurants in Lake Worth. Wilson is a general manager for Red Lobster Restaurants in Boca Raton. The couple will reside in Lake Worth. mm - -"V 1 " - y Mr. and Mrs. Whitehouse Roy and Ruth Whitehouse of Port St. Lucie celebrated their 50th anniversary Oct. 11 at a surprise dinner reception with 85 guests given by their children and grandchildren at the Holiday Inn in Port St. Lucie. The celebration included a renewal of their vows in a ceremony officiated by the Rev. Gil Thomas, assistant pastor of the First Congregational Church of Port St. Lucie. The Whitehouses were married in the parsonage at St. Paul's Evangelical Church in Staunton, 111., and moved from Lebanon, 111., to Port St. Lucie in 1981. Mr. Whitehouse retired in 1981 after a 25-year career in civil service at Scott Air Force Base near Belleville, 111. Mrs. Whitehouse retired in 1981 after a 13-year career as office manager for the office of Dr. Mr., Mrs. Wilson Mr., Mrs. Butler Mr., Mrs. Whitehouse Padula-Moretti Tracy Lynn Anderson and Kevin Francis Butler II were married Aug. 23 at St. Edward's Catholic Church in Palm Beach. The bride is the daughter of Carol J. Anderson of West Palm Beach. Butler is the son of Kevin and Lynne Butler, also of West Palm Beach. The bride, a graduate of Palm Beach Community College, is a registered dental hygienist at the office of Dr. Gerard J. Lemongello Jr. in West Palm Beach. Butler, also a graduate of Palm Beach Community College, is a general contractor at Butler Construction Co. Inc. in West Palm Beach. The couple will reside in West Palm Beach. Duchatellier-Boucree Danielle Duchatellier and David Christopher Boucree were married Aug. 31 at St. Ignatius Loyola Cathedral in Palm Beach Gardens. The bride is the daughter of Hermann and Marlene Duchatellier of West Palm Beach. Boucree is the son of Joseph Boucree Sr. and Sheila Boucree of New Orleans. The bride, a graduate of J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University, is an assistant product director for Johnson & Johnson. Boucree, a graduate of Stanford University, is a vice president of business development municipal service at Lockheed Martin Investment Management Services in Secaucus, N.J. The couple will reside in Secaucus. t if L. t. . J.J. Needles in O'Fallon, 111. . The Whitehouses are the parents of Gary Lee Whitehouse of Lawrenceville, Ga.; and Twila Kay Messmer and Lennie Joe White-house, both of Port St. Lucie. They have six grandchildren. Anne Marie Padula and Richard Thomas Moretti were married Aug. 30 at Trinity United Methodist Church of Palm Beach Gardens. The bride is the daughter of Betty Mae Rusch of Jupiter. Moretti is the son of Richard and Darlene Moretti of West Palm :Beach. I . The bride is an assistant client account manager at Bessemer Trust Co. of Florida iji Palm Beach. Moretti is a police officer for ie city of Palm Beach Gardens. The couple will reside in Palm Beach Gardens. r Mr., Mrs. Moretti Mr., Mrs. Boucree jarvinen-Severin Vickers-Calder Mr. and Mrs. Wright John and Barbara Wright of Boynton Beach celebrated their 50th anniversary Oct. 11. In honor of the occasion, they flew to Hawaii Oct. 4 and took an ocean cruise to San Diego. During the cruise, they renewed their vows Oct. 12 in a ceremony conducted by the ship's captain. They also attended a private dinner and cocktail party Oct. 25. at the Holiday Inn Catalina in Boynton Beach with relatives and friends. The Wrights were married at St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Peapack, N.J., and moved from Far Hills-Bedminster, N.J., to South Florida in 1976. Mr. Wright retired in 1976 after a 34'2-year career in the Supply Division of the United States government. . He served 3lA years during World War II in wP..'. Julie Anne Jarvinen and Sean Michael ;Severin were married Aug. 30 at Holy Spirit ; Catholic Church in Lantana. The bride is the 'daughter of Peter and Connie Jarvinen of ilake Worth. Severin is the son Richard ;Severin of Haverhill, Mass., and Cheryl ; Hardy of Greenville, S.C. - The bride, a graduate of the University pf Florida, is a receptionistassistant at IMassanutten Animal Clinic. Severin, a graduate of Tewksbury High School in Tewks-;bury, Mass., is a supervisor for Costco Wholesale. '. The couple will reside in Harrisonburg, ;Va. Mr., Mrs. Wright the U.S. Army 45th Infantry. Mrs. Wright retired in 1976 after a career of about 22 years with the Division of Unemployment for the state of New Jersey. Both Mr. and Mrs. Wright enjoy golf and Camryn Michelle Vickers and Glen Robert Calder were married Sept. 20 at Memorial Presbyterian Church in West Palm Beach. The bride is the daughter of Robert L. Vickers of Boynton Beach and Barbara B. Strasdas of North Palm Beach. Calder is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Iain Calder of Boca Raton. The bride, a graduate of the University of Florida, is employed by Disney Co. in Boca Raton. Calder, a graduate of Florida Atlantic University, is a public relations executive at Transmedia Consultants Inc. in Boca Raton. The couple will reside in Boca Raton. ( Mr Walch-Fekete Mr., Mrs. Calder Brock-Chenicek Mr., Mrs. Severin f AiV w Terri Lynn Walch and George Fekete 'were married Aug. 31 at the Church of St. 'Agnes in Niantic, Conn. The bride is the ; daughter of Tom and Cameille Walch of Niantic. Fekete is the son of Margaret '. Fekete of Lake Worth and the late Aristed 'Fekete. The bride, a graduate of the University of Florida, is a sales manager at Bell South I Mobility. Fekete, a graduate of the University of Central Florida, is a financial consultant at Merrill Lynch. The couple will reside in West Palm ' Beach. Carol Jolynda Brock and Todd Eric Chenicek were married Sept. 20 at St. Thomas More Co-Cathedral in Tallahassee. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton J. Brock of Chattahoochee. Chenicek is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Chenicek of West Palm Beach. The bride, a graduate of Florida State University, is a teacher at Belle Vue Middle School in Tallahassee. Chenicek, also a graduate of Florida State University, is a nurse at Tallahassee Memorial Regional Medical Center. The couple will reside in Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. Lebowitz Sidney and Esther Stein Lebowitz of Boynton Beach celebrated their 50th anniversary Oct. 12 with a family brunch at Avon Old Farms Inn in Avon, Conn. The Lebowitzes were married in Springfield, Mass., and moved to South Florida in 1986 from West Hartford, Conn. Mr. Lebowitz retired in 1984 after a career as owneroperator of HartfordNutmeg Corp. in Bloomfield, Conn., assisted by Mrs. Lebowitz. Mr. Lebowitz recently was promoted to captain of the local chapter of the Citizen Observance Patrol; he enjoys playing poker. Mrs. Lebowitz belongs to the Palm Shores Yiddish Club and enjoys playing mah-jongg and doing ceramics. The Lebowitzes are the parents of Janet O'Connor of Elm-wood, Conn.; Andrea Persky of Mr., Mrs. Fekete ;Breitweg-Picard Mrs. Chenicek Mr., Engagements Mr., Mrs. Lebowitz Farmington, Conn.; Donna Glem-bocki of Southwick, Mass.; and Sheri Carnes of Bloomfield, Conn. They have nine grandchildren and are expecting a 10th in June; they also have one great-grandchild and are expecting a second in April. Brown-Blakley Bruce and Marilyn Brown of Kingstown, R.I., announce the engagement of their daughter, Shannon Brown, to Derron Blakley, son of Jeff and Violet Blakely of Lake Park. The wedding will be Dec. 27 in Lake pwMiEip wuj. urn mimm imm wnupjwiji , & - r - " ' Mr., Mrs. Picard ; Alice Ann Breitweg and William C. Pi- card were married at the Port of Miami in 'Miami Beach. The bride is the daughter of I Gustave Robert Breitweg of Dunnellon and I Alice Joan Beitweg of Palm Beach Gardens. ; Picard is the son of John Picard of Escondi-' do, Calif., and Nancy Kenney of New Port Richey. I The bride, a graduate of Driftwood Academy, is a legal secretary at the offices of Glickman, Witters, Marell & Jamieson in West Palm Beach. Picard, a graduate of 'Palm Beach Gardens High School, is a ; firefighter for the village of North Palm Beach. '. The couple will reside in Palm Beach Gardens. r mmiW s Wedding Needs Directory k " fi. . . Trupia-Rumpf HALL RENTALS BANQUET ROOMS BRIDAL GOWNS & ACCESSORIES WATFRFPflMT rci cnojunut VBY OLD PORT YACHT CLUBV BRIDAL BELLES Service, Selection and Everyday Best Prices Since 1982 2800 N. Military Tr 615-6770 specializing in Wedding Receptions & Rehearsal Dinners. Over looking our beautiful marina. Check out our web site at http:www.opch.com Call Kelley at 626-2282. BRIDAL SHOWS PHOTOGRAPHERS CATERERS GEORGE W. 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CALL 561-276-4812 Hnme Merchantjpace still AvatiaDie park, Bessette-Davit Alan and Leola Bessette of Palm Beach Gardens announce the engagement of their daughter, Susan Lee Bessette, to Capt. Patrick Wayne Davis, son of Donald and Effie Davis of Winston-Salem, N.C. The wedding will be Jan. 3 in North Palm Beach. Bullard Sumervllle Arthur and Julia Bul-lard of West Palm Beach announce the engagement of their daughter, Annique Joielle Bullard, to Lamont Bernard Sumerville, son of Anthony B. Sutton of Virginia Beach, Va., and Avis Sutton of Norfolk, Va. The wedding will be Jan. 3 in West Palm Beach. Glrvan-McMillan William and Jean Girvan of Tequesta announce the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth Ann Girvan, to William Chrisman McMillan, son of William and Susan McMillan of Coral Gables. The wedding will be Jan. 3 in Coconut Grove. Springer-Usansky Eleanor R. Springer of Hollywood and Gerald H. Lisansky of Lake Worth announce their engagement. The bride is the daughter of the late Leo and Fay Springer. Lisansky is the son of Joseph and Ruth Lisansky of Port St. Lucie. The wedding will be Jan. 18 in Fort Lauderdale. Kassatly Martlne Robert and Nancy Kas-satly of Lake Clarke Shores announce the engagement of their daughter, Alicia Catherine Kassatly, to John David Martine, son of Louis and Susan Martine of Cherry Hill, N.J. The wedding will be in the fall of 1 998 in Palm Beach. Ferro-O Hara Judith and Manuel Ferro of Miami announce the engagement of their daughter, Jessica Lynda Ferro, to Michael Louis O'Hara, son of Dr. Michael and Judy O'Hara of Singer Island. The wedding will be Feb. 28 in Miami. Barullc-DeBay Michael Barulic of Lake Worth and Linda Hutchinson of West Palm Beach announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Katherine Barulic, to William Bryan DeBay, son of William and Kathy DeBay of West Palm Beach. The wedding will be July 25 in Palm Beach. DeGroff Campbell Richard DeGroff of West Palm Beach and Jane Merritt of Palm Beach Gardens announce the engagement of their daughter, Collette Renee DeGroff, to Daniel Augustine Campbell, son of Pat and Helen Campbell to Jacksonville. The wedding will be Feb. 21 in Jacksonville. Meglnley Wlnburn Don M. and Beverly Megmley of Philadelphia announce the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth Paige Meginley, to Christian McCoy Winburn, son of George R. and Amy Winburn of Los Angeles and Donald W. and Caroline Edwards of Jupiter. The wedding will be June 6 in Philadelphia. Leonard Cuddeback Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Leonard of Stuart and Huntington. N.Y., announce the engagement of their daughter, Michelle Carmelite Leonard, to Bradley William Cuddeback, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cuddeback of Glen Cove. N.Y. The wedding is scheduled for June. Cheeseman Slvalls Jerry and Georgia Cheeseman of Delray Beach announce the engagement of their daughter. Shannon Elizabeth Cheeseman, to Sheldon Corbett Sivalls, son of Jeffrey Lee Sivalls of Boynton Bach and Diana Consuela Baldwin of Wellington. The wedding will be June 27 in Delray Beach. Forry Phillips Dolores Ferry of West Palm Beach announces the engagement of her daughter, Kristy L. Ferry, to Tom B. Phillips, son of Howard and Betty Phillips of Ellaville, Ga. The bride-to-be also is the daughter of the late William John Ferry. The wedding will be May 23 in West Palm Beach. jbiu cnatdHunjute Wmmu tit-nf-ilir, tt-rnt W - How to make your announcement ; Announcements of weddings, engagements and anniversaries are published as a free service on a space-available basis. Information for weddings, engagements and anniversaries must be submitted on forms available at 2751 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach, and at bureau -offices. Forms can also be obtained by sending a self-addressed, stamped envelope to the address below. t Engagement notices must be received at least one month before the 'wedding date, and do not include photographs. Wedding announcements must be received no later than three months after the wedding and may include a photograph of the bride or of the couple. Photographs should be no smaller than 3-by-5 inches, black and white or color. Free anniversary notices are limited to a couple's 50th, 55th, 60th, 65th and subsequent celebrations. Photographs may be included and should be no smaller than 3-by-5 inches, black and white or color. For information on announcing other anniversaries, see the information below about purchasing space. Mail announcements to The Palm Beach Post, Features Department P.O. Box 24700, West Palm Beach, Fla. 33416-4700. Photos will be returned if a self-addressed, stamped envelope is provided. Otherwise, photos may be picked up in The Post's features department after publication. ; If you have more good news to share about your wedding, if you miss the deadline or if you would like to choose a specific Sunday publication 'date for your announcement, you can now do so by purchasing space ; through the advertising department. The charge is $100 for the standard announcement. Additional space costs $41 per inch. Also, anyone celebrating an anniversary, whether it's the first or 51st, can announce that happy event at these rates. For more information about free announcements, call 820-4731. For 7t KiDJNIQUE OF PLASTIC SURCERY Specializing Exclusively In Cosmetic Surgery j Of The Face & Body information about purchasing space, call 820-3108.