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Pair Wed Yesterday In Short Hills Bridal i 'i V HI llllf MRS.; SHELDON KRESLER Former Linda Levlne Siciliano-Mullen Ceremony Held MADISON - . Eugene Joseph Siciliano, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Siciliano, 1113 4th Ave., Asbury Park, was married to Miss Barbara Anne Mullen yesterday at St. Vincent Martyr Roman Catho lic Church. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Vincent Puma, pastor, officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Mullen, here. .-. . , Mrs. D. M. Kenney, ' Chi cago, was matron ot honor. The bridesmaids were tne Misses Patricia, Mary, and Laura Mullen, sisters of bride, and Elizabeth Leigh, Spring Lake. ' William - E. Siciliano, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. The ushers were Joseph Sinsheimer, Brick township; Christopher and Mark Mullen, brothers of bride, tand John O'Neill, Short Hills, i !. ' A reception took place at Wedgewood Inn, Morristown. They will reside in Jtsam-more. The bride is a graduate of Quincy (111.) College. She has been employed at bt. Barnabas Medical Center, Livings ton. The bridegroom, also a irr.-diiatp of Ouincv Colleee. is a student at University of Man From Beachwood Married in BALTIMORE - Miss Therese Moffett Dwyer was wed to Glenn Cole Russell, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Cole Russell, 417 Compass Ave., Beachwood, N.J., yesterday in the ; Lady Chapel of the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Mary Our Queen. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. E. Mell-ville Taylor officiated. The bride is the daugnter ot Dr. and Mrs. Frank P. Dwyer Jr., here. Miss Ellen Dwver. was maid of honor for her sister. Miss Katherine Ann Hanley, Bristol, Conn., was a brides maid. Robert Schoenbergcr, New York, was best man William Waichter, Pottsvillc, Pa., and Eugene Chiaverelli, Philadel phia, were ushers. The couple will live In Coll- MRS, GLENN C. RUSSELL Former Thereat Dwyer ' t 1 , ;'!: i:i' ii-A f ', 5 : ' v i f V- .... 1 x. SHORT HILLS - Miss Linda Suo Irvine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ren Levlne, Olrard Ave., West Long Branch, was wed to Sheldon L. Kresler yesterday at Short Hills Caterers. Rabbi Jacob Friedman, Temple Beth Torah, Ocean Township, officiated. "A reception followed. ; The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kresler, Springfield. Miss Sue Gordon, New York, was maid of honor. Bruce Miller, East Orange, was best man. Ushers were Stanley Levine, the bride's brother; Dr. Donald Zeller, Palos Verdes, Calif.; Fred Plakcy, Union; Bill Eisen-berg, Clark; Melvin Mlotok, Melvin Bialer, New York; Irving Schuckman, West Orange, and Jack Eisenberg, Irvlngton. The couple will reside in Elizabeth after a wedding trip to Paradise Island1, Nassau. The bride is a graduate of Shore Regional High School and Monmouth College, both West Long Branch. She is employed by the Union. County Special Services Commission, Westfield. The bridegroom is a graduate of Weequahic High School, Newark. He attended Seton Hall University. He is employed by Linden Packing Co., Newark. - fiiiiiiii. Jt.J...-: ' J .-Jr ti2:m. im?- i 1 " - :-A v. : - v MRS. EUGENE SICILIANO Former Barbara Mullen Maryland Graduate School of Social Work and Community Planning, Baltimore. Baltimore ingswood, N.J. The bride was graduated from Maryvale-Trinity College Preparatory School, Broolc-landville, Mass., and Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia. She was a dental secretary in Cherry Hill, N.J. ' The bridegroom is a graduate of Toms River (N.J.) High School and is a senior at La Salle College, Philadelphia. CROYDON HALL ACADEMY Atlantic Highlands, N. J. 07716 Complete College Preparatory Courses Grades 6 through P.G. Thorough drill in fundamentals Remedial Reading-Able Faculty Small Classes Complete Intra-Mural and Varsity Schedule FALL TERM ENROLLMENT NOW BEING RECEIVED Young Ladies accepted as Day Students in Grades 9 -10 -11 . Our 25th Year ; CATALOGUE UPON REQUEST Dr. John M. Carr, President PHONE 201-291-1576 V'W I Hi iitflfW i r s i;: ? . lllillliill 1 , 3 MRS? R. VAN SALISBURY Former Anna Mae Dempsey Vows Said By Couple In Church HIGHLANDS - Miss Anna Mae Dempsey and Robert F. Van Salisbury were married yesterday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Roman Catholic Church. . ., The Rev. David Danzell officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Raymond B. Dempsey, 42 2nd St., and the late Mr. Dempsey. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Harold Van Salisbury, 53 3rd Ave., Hazlet Township, and the late Mr. Van Salisbury. ' Miss Jean McGrail, here, was maid of honor. Other attendants were Mrs. Raymond Dempsey Jr., here, and Miss Jessica McGrail, Red Bank. Russell Van Salisbury, Mid-dletown Township, was his brother's best man. Ushers were another brother, William Van Salisbury, and Walter Johansen, Rutherford. A reception was held at Wil-lowbrook Inn, Fair Haven. The couple will reside here after a wedding trip to Ireland. The bride was graduated from Henry Hudson Regional High School,' here, and Northeast Business School, Red Bank. She is a keypunch operator at Brookdale Community College. The bridegroom is a graduate of RaritanHigh School, Hazlet Township. He is an Army veteran. He is employed as a carpenter in Middlesex County. Aquarium Has White Lobster BOSTON (A - A "double albino" lobster exhibited at the New England Aquarium survived against odds estimated by Richard L. Jandl, executive director, to be 100 million to one. The female lobster, , estl-' mated to be at least two years old, is white with faint traces of blue. It was caught by three lobstermen off Pern-berton Beach near Hull. Lobsters normally have two pigments red and blue-green. Cooking destroys the blue-green, whiich is the reason they turn red. Barrett Grammer Wed At Little Silver Church LITTLE SILVER - Miss Barrett Crammer became the bride of William Sclilndlcr Jr. yesterday at Embury United Methodist Church. The Rev. Sanford H. Haney of United Methodist Church, Salem, and the Rev. John J. Zee of St. James Roman Catholic Church, Red Bank, officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Jane K. Grammer, 141 Beechwood Drive, Shrewsbury, and Allen II. Grammer, North Caldwell. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Schlndler Sr., 31 White St., Shrewsbury. Mrs. Christine Falkenberg, Reading Pa., was maid of MRS. W. SCHINDLER JR. Former Barrett Grammer Expensive Trip PARIS LP) Passenger trains still are very much alive in France, and so are those luxurious private railway cars seen today mostly in old western movies. The Compagnie des Wag-ons-Lits recently rented one to a rich woman from Versailles described only as Mrs. Fisher, 72, who suffers from arthritis.' R cost her $900 for, the 450-mile trip from Paris to Nice. . - r" But '. the - price " Included a ' crystal and rare-wood decorated living room, dining room, two master bedrooms, a four-bed room for servants, and a kitchen. T lttn,rTn00 nnM AUy xuauj DALLAS m ' Dogs are killed by cars on streets here at a rate of 70 a day, according to J.D. Whitton, assistant superintendent of the city's sanitation department, whose responsibility is to pick up the mutilated corpses. Whitton has four trucks for the job. t ' , ' - , ' f - fx""" 4- ' 3 ' t If ?""7r Pi '. " v e', I -,'1 I P .1 $&Sk$l ''Si fashion fun stiiffj g J TanBrown Suede Black If nBw" Suede Rust Suede BlackRust Suede I w i ; RedWhite Blue Suede J if. I.J & . Ml MTnV ; C treatment from Xtfy'A Dunham's Daters... ' iKiCv Cl ' They're stacked, S'J " I, bumped and notched! ?V I And candy-striped tied! sjjw M They're all the shoe M J looks that make the NiK N6V4.10M5V4-10 honor. Other attendants were Mrs. Allen K. Grammer, Augusta, Ga., and the Misses Carol Eager, Sherrill, N.Y.; Nancy Travis, Yorktown Heights, N.Y., and Carol West, Andover, Mass. Victoria Stamato, Long Branch, was junior bridesmaid. Edward Schlndler was his brother's best man. Ushers were Robert Grammer, brother of the bride; James Smith, Montrose, Pa.; Alan Schenck, Basking Ridge, and David Rowland, Shrewsbury. David Schlndler, brother of the bridegroom, was junior usher. A reception took place at Squires Pub, West Long Branch. The couple will live in Ocean Township. The bride was graduated from Red Bank High School and attended Cedar Crest College, Allcntown, Pa. The bridegroom is a graduate of the same high school. He is employed by Concept Engineering Consultants, South Amboy. Judy L. Maclearie Married in Belmar BELMAR Miss Judy Lynn Maclearie, daughter of Commissioner and Mrs. Peter Maclearie, 201 16th Ave., became the bride of Peter Norman Gray yesterday at First United Methodist Church. The Rev. Bruce Harrison, pastor of First Baptist Church, Neptune, officiated. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Gray, Dover, N.H. Mrs. Joyce Taylor, Bay-ville, was matron of honor. Other attendants were Mrs. Elinor Rousch, Nyack, N.Y., and the Misses Lois Pedersen, Lake Ronkonkoma, N.Y.; Faith and Rebecca Gray, the bridegroom's sisters, and Michele and Nancy Maclearie, Spring Lake Heights. Maureen Laffey, Colts Neck Township, was flower girl. Jonathan Gray, Danvern, Mass., was his brother's best man. Ushers were Timothy and Daniel Gray, the bridegroom's brothers, and Kenneth Bausch and James pemerest, Nyack. A reception took place at the Seaside Hotel, Ocean Grove. The couple left on a weeding trip through Virginian The bride is a graduate of . Manasquan High School and Nyack Missionary College. The bridegroom is a graau- ate of Dover High School and Mvark Missionary Colleee. He ':rtVwmft. well Theological Seminary, Hamilton, Mass. Tobacco Exports Din NEW YORK U.S. exports of flue-cured tobacco in 1968 amounted to 443.5 million pounds; in 1970 they dropped to 367.3 million pounds. Heels, toes get the fun fashion treatment from Dunham's Daters . . . They're stacked, bumped and notched! And candy-striped tied! They're all the shoe looks that make the wearing wild . . . coma see! Other Styles Shoes and soles TgL. vv vv. " . net the fun fashion lv "VVv 1NA H K , f J , ? MRS. BRUCE W. CAMPBELL Former Susan M. Long MRS. PETER N. GRAY Former Judy Maclearis To Our Readers .A".c uuua.v 1 1 r. The Sunday Press fleadime ror an woman's Section news and photo graphs including wedding and engagement items is 12 noon Tues day. Material received after this deadline will be published in subsequent editions. 4A-D 4 to 12 519 Cookman Asbury Park 774-5710 Middlcbrook Shopping Center Oakhurst, N.J. 493-18 u m .try City Bridal Held For Miss Long ASBURY PARK - Miss Susan Marilyn Long and Bruce William Campbell were married yesterday at Ballard Methodist Church. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Harry E. Long Jr., 1308 Logan Rd., Wanamassa, Ocean Towaship, and the late Mr. Long. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William B. Campbell, 3 Phoenix Parkway, Oakhurst, Ocean Township. The Rev. Warren S. Layton and the Rev. George W. Starsmeare officiated. Miss Denlse M. Goldstein, Oakhurst, was maid of honor. The attendants were the bride's sister, Miss Nancy Long, and the bridegroom's sister, Miss Debbie Campbell. Gerald Wagenheim, Oakhurst, was best man. The ushers were Charles Mooney, Oakhurst, and Bruce Davis, Long Branch. A reception was held at Terrace Gardens, Ocean Township. They will reside at Middle-brook at Monmouth, Ocean Township, after a wedding trip to Bermuda. Both Mr. and Mrs. Campbell are graduates of Ocean Township High School. The bride is employed in the office of Woolco Department Store, Ocean Township. The bridegroom attended Chamberlayne Junior College, Boston. He is employed by Steinbach, Asbury Park. OUTDOOR REPORTER with LES HODAX WED.&FRI. 6:55 A.M. ooooooooooooooooooooo oooo ooooooooooooooooooo bo MBF wrier- !1 ST QUALITY NYLON NET PINK, WHITE BURLAP 0r49cyd. COLORS AND NATURAL, REG! 85 36" COVER DOORS, WALLS! MAKE DRAPES, CHAIR COVERS . . . '4 9 S 1ST QUALITY ONLY BROADCLOTH 59cyd. 45"PERMA-PRESS Reg. to . WASHABLE GREAT $1.98 FOR BLOUSES, SHIRTS. .1ST QUALITY ONLY DENIM 98cyd. GREAT FOR Alt SEWING Reg. 1.69 1ST... QUALITY DRAPERY-UPHOLSTERY only 45-FABRIC 79cyd- REDECORATE AT LOW COST Reg. $1.98 yd. You pay less . SEWING CENTER . . The Best Buys ot the Best Possible prices Hwy. 35, Wanamassa at the A & P PH922.955$. OPEN DAILY 9 la & 'WED.TI19 UUUUUUUUUUU XJ'TJ ooooooooooooo LVO o o oo o O OJ ASBURY PARK SUNDAY PRESS, Sun., Aug. 29, 1971 Bll Miss Caponegro Marries In Eatontown Church EATONTOWN - Miss Frances Karen Caponegro and Robert Lawrence Del Boca were married yesterday at St. Dorothea's Roman Catholic Church. The Rev. James B. Coyle officiated. Parents of the couple are Col. and Mrs. Michael Anthony Caponegro, 24 W. Larchmont Drive, Colts Neck Township, and Mr. and Mrs. Mario Del Boca, New York. Mrs. Douglas Johnson, Lexington, Ky., was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were the Misses Joan Connorton, and Elaine Smach, both Storrs, Conn., and Judith Ticrney, Washington. Peter Del Boca was his brother's best man. Ushers were Michael Caponegro Jr., Tucson, Ariz., brother of the bride; Wayne Bryan, Belmar, and Ralph Oliva, Troy, N.Y. After a reception at Gibbs Hall, Ft. Monmouth Officers Club, here, the couple left for a wedding trip to Puerto Rico. They will live in Alexandria, Va. The bride is a graduate of Red Bank High School, and the University of Connecticut at Storrs with honors. The bridegroom, a graduate of Fordham University, New being honest is hard work It's easy to skimp on an upholstered piece; take away the trappings and what have you got? But, when Harden makes it, painstakingly, by hand, you have a line chair or sola cralted from native hardwoods. Harden solid cherry furniture receives the same meticulous attention to detail and is finished in five mellow tones to match every decor. Only visible ditlerence hand-rubbed finish or your choice of decorator fabrics. ' Custom Collected Early American Furniture eORHEMUS eOBBLw. EnIIXisk. ON ROUTE 34 M77 , Open Friday Night 'til J:M , 50 to70 OFF CLOSING A PRE-OPENING lti OALC oving jSoon io cLarger 1st Quality P.KS COTTON 45" ONLY 15c yd. Reg.39 f ERM-PRESS LINEN 1ST QUALITY 100 COTTON ONLY KltbtL Oifyd. 45" PERM-PRESS Reg. 1.98-, TO flQUli 1.98 yd riamtsiMucms TERRY CLOTH SOLIDS AND PRINTS 1.00yd. .REG. TO 1.9? . For the best! Discount Coupons &' Calls Not Valid During this Sale)' LONDON HOUSE 'tis ; as. S A ft MRS. ROBERT DEL BOCA Former Frances Caponegro York, received his masten degree from the University of Connecticut. He has completed his doctoral studies in atomic physics at the University of Connecticut. V .ml. 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