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Asbury Park, New Jersey
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Thursday, August 29, 1985
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PanoramaLifestyle Asbury Park PressThursday, August 29, 1 985 D 1 3 fEDDINGS, NGAGEMENTS The Press has a policy for announcing weddings and engagements. . AH wedding and engagement announcements MUST be submitted on Asbury Park Press forms and MAILED to Weddings or Engagements, Asbury Park Press, Press Plaza, Asbury Park, NJ. 07712. Hand-delivered forms will not be accepted. Forms are available by mailing a self-addressed stamped envelope to Weddings or Engagements and the address above. Forms can also be picked up at Press offices: Press Plaza, Asbury Park; 15 Monmouth St., Red Bank; 29 E. Main St., Freehold, and 132 Hooper Ave., Toms River. No announcement received THREE WEEKS after the date of the wedding will be published. Wedding forms and photos for publication in the Sunday Press must be in The Press office in Asbury Park at least TWO WEEKS in advance of the wedding. (Only weddings taking place the Friday or Saturday immediately before will be accepted for Sunday publication.) Wedding photos will be published at the editor's discretion. Photos should be clear, black and white with sharp contrast. Color photos, prints made from a color photo or those taken with self-developing cameras will not be accepted. Pictures should be frontal, without obstruction or extreme shadows. . Name should be on the back of photo. Photos will be held 30 days for pick-up at the Asbury Park office. The Press does not use photos with engagement announcements. 1 There is no charge to publish weddings or engagements. r y 1 GIFOL-KIRSCHNER KIRSCHNER-GIFOL ALLAIRE Tracy Lynn Gifol and Glenn Louis Kirschner were married Aug. 4 at the Allaire Chapel. Parents of the couple are Sharon and Richard Gifol, 403 Ninth Ave., Belmar, and Ruth and Louis Kirschner, 2323 Dellwood Road, Point Pleasant. The bride's sister, Holly Ann Gifol, and Chris Coleman were honor attendants. The bride was graduated from St. Rose High School, Belmar, and Boston University. She is enrolled in graduate school at Boston University. The bridegroom was graduated from Point Pleasant Boro High School and Washington & Lee University, Lexington, Va. He is attending the New England School of Law, Boston. They live in Boston. SABLACK-JENKINS SABLACK-JENKINS SEASIDE PARK Barbara Ann Jenkins and Steve Anthony Sablack were married Aug. 3 at the Union Church of Seaside Park. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Jenkins, Windward Avenue, Beachwood. The bridegroom is the son of Penny McKinnon Sablack, Summit. Nancy McDonald and Michael Braswell were honor attendants. The bride was graduated from Summit High School and is attending Kean College of New Jersey. She works for the Summit Child Care Center. The bridegroom was graduated from Summit High School and attended Southern Community College. He works for Common Wealth Water Co., Springfield Township. They live in Union Township. MCTIGUE-MASTASIO EATONTOWN Ann Marie Mastasio and Robert Patrick McTigue were married Aug. 24 at St. Dorothea's Roman Catholic Church. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. John Mastasio, 33 Lake Ave., and Mr. and Mrs. William McTigue, Toms River. The bride's sister, Carole Bauer, and Chris Phillips were honor attendants. The bride was graduated from Monmouth Regional High School, Tinton Falls, and Georgian Court College, Lakewood. She is a special education teacher in Lakewood. The bridegroom was graduated from Central Regional High School, Berkeley Township. He is a sales manager for Charney's of Toms River. They live in Beachwood. WALL TO WALL -Up to a Giant 375 Sq.Ft.-$108 ,., yy. . FREE PADDING! P' Fun -f I Many Colors and Patterns FREE SHOP-AT-HOME MA?' FAST INSTALLATION AVAIL. IS"" CALL TOLL FREE 24 HOURS7 DAYS 11-800-624-1326 Some feedback from this year's brides and grooms, on what they'd like to receive: Big salad bowls and oversize individual salad bowls; All kinds of oven-to-table casseroles and baking dishes; Good folding snack tables to use for everything; Beautiful crystal candlesticks and champagne flute glasses; Monogrammed glasses, pitchers, and platters; And fun things. . .picnic baskets, bed trays, and bar tools. gifts lamps home accessories aft 531-0599 264 Norwood Ave., Deal daily to 5:30 Wed. Eve. 7 to 9 ATEBOOK This is a paid directory of non-profit organization events. All Advertisements limited to one event, consisting of not more than 4 lines and may be inserted 5, 10, or 19 consecutive times prior to the event. Rate: 5 Times: $14.00; 10 Times: $22.00; 15 Times: $30.00. Deadlines: S p.m. 2 days preceding insertion, Wednesday 5 p.m. for Sunday. Advertisements may not begin more than 15 days prior to date of event or cutoff date for reservations. Call Toll Free: Local Area 774-7058, other locations (800) 822-8990. NOTE: Date that ad appears under may not be only day of event. Please read entire ad for complete dates. AUGUST 26. Montessori Academy of NJ. will hold an open house August 26-30. 9am-3pm. at 3504 Asbury Ave, Neptune. Interested parents &V preschoolers are cordially invited to tour the school & view a slide presentation. Refreshments served. 922-9171. .AUGUST 29. Quest, a weekly forum for single, divorced & widowed adults. Discussion & refreshments. WaltzFox Trot classes available. First Unitarian Church. 1475 West Front St., Lincroft, 7:45 p.m. Admission limited to first 200; donation $4 Singles Again is now NJ's leading single organization. Come see why people travel 50 miles to our largest shore dance. Free buffet. Colts Neck Inn. Rt. 537, Colts Neck. Orientation 8pm. Dance 9pm. For more info call 528-6343 . The Republican Club of Asbury Park will have Assemblyman Joseph Palaia as guest speaker tonight at 7 pm. in the Methodist Church on First & Second Aves. and kickoff their "Go for the Ivory" campaign. Refreshments will be served. AUGUST 30. Parents Without Partners, Fall Fantasy Open House Dance, 9 pm-?, Christie's, Wanamassa. $5 at door. Live band, snacks. New member orientation, 8:30 pm. Inquire 542-6825, 493-2041 Singles Again. For the sophisticated group. A cocktail party & dance. In the Lounge, Holiday Inn, Kennelworth, exit 138 GSP. Proper dress required. Complimentary buffet. Orienta-tion 8pm. Dance 9pm. For more info call 528-6343 . Spring Lake Theater Company presents "Babes in Arms" musical. Also Aug. 31. 8:15pm. Community House Theater, 3rd & Madison Ave. Tickets $8, $7, $5. Robertson Agency 449-1415 in advance. Reservations 449-4530. St. Elizabeth Church, Avon Annual Card PartyFashion Show Aug. 30, 8:00 p.m., Avon Municipal Bldg. Fashions by Molly's Place, Sea Girt. Cards, Bingo, refreshments. Donation $3. AUGUST 31. Ocean Grove Beachfront Craft Festival applications available at 52 Main Ave., Ocean Grove or call 776-5754 .Raindate following Sat . Sept. 7. Singles Again, Princeton. It's worth the trip. Singles from NJ, NY & PA converge at the Treadway Inn Ballroom, Rt. 1, Princeton. New member orientation 8pm. Dance 9pm. Terrific complimentary buffet. For more info call 528-6343 . The Island Heights Fire Co. Auxiliary is sponsoring a Shipwreck Dance, Aug. 31, 9 pm-1 am., at Island Heights Firehouse, Tickets $8 a person includes music by the "Pro's", cold buffet, cake & coffee & set-ups. Tickets: 929-2760, 270-5215. SEPTEMBER 1. Parents Without Partners Chapter 025 Regional Fundraiser. Oldies Dance & Open House, 9-1. White elephant. Rt. 88 West, Lakewood. Members $5, public $7. 920-7276 for info. SingleFaces invites you on Sun., Sept. 1, to a spectacular Labor Day Dance Party at the City Lights Night Club, Rt. 35 North, South Amboy. 8 p.m. Great music, door prizes & surprises. $5 admission. Call 238-0972 or 679-4311. Singles Again Labor Day Party & Dance. No work tomorrow, so celebrate the working class tonight with us. K of C Hall, Whittier Ave., off Washington St., Toms River. Buffet. All ages. Large dance floor. 528-6343. Orientation 8pm. Dance 9pm. Parents Without Partners, Bayshore Chapter 644 Cocktail Party and Dance, Town and Country, Hwy. 35, Keyport. 8:30 Sharp orientation. Members $3; prospective members $5. Chapter phone 727-6020. Sinales Again. Tues only for the over 45 group. Come to our dance & meet warm & friendly people tonight. Leisure Lounge, Rt. 70, Lakewood. New member orientation 8pm. Dance 9pm. Complimentary buffet. 528-6343 . Senior America sponsoring a trip to Resorts. Rebate $10. $2.50 food, $5 deferred. Cost $12. Also Sept. 11 Golden Nugget. $10 Cash, $5 food. Ask about 3 days, 2 nights Amish trip Downingtown Inn. All welcome. Call 922-1820, 774-1411. The Monmouth County Parks Systems trip to Buck County Play House, to see "My Fair Lady" $35 includes dinner. Leaving Thompson Park, Newman Springs Rd. Lincroft at 4:45pm return midnight. Registration required. Call 842-4000 SEPTEMBER 7. Ocean Grove Chamber of Commerce Annual Flea Market. Antiques through bric-a-brac. $15. per space. Ocean Pathway & the Boardwalk. 9am-3pm. Hundreds of dealers. Enjoy a day in Victorianal For information call Phil May, 531-7167. Old Wall Historical Society's Craft & Flea market. Saturday, at the Alldor-Barkalow Homestead Museum, 1701 New Bedford Rd. Table space $7. 9am-3pm. Rain date Sunday, September 8. For information call 681-6959 or 449-7335. Seaside Chapter of Deborah's Flea Market will be held in the A & P parking lot, Rt. 35 South, Ortley Beach, 9 am-5 pm. Rain date Sept. 14. Space $6. For reservations call 793-9038. St. Martha's Church, Herbertsville Rd. and Church Rd., Point Pleasant, Annual Flea Market, 9-3pm. Spaces $7. Rain date Sept. 14. For reservations call 295-9150 or 899-6697 or 892-9128. St. Mary's of the Lake Church, Lakewood Catholic Daughters of America will sponsor a flea market on Sept. 7 from 10-3pm at the Parish Center indoors. For table reservation call Mrs. Agnes Dunn or Mrs. Nancy Johnson; 364-1591 or 363-0915. The UPW of Brick Presbyterian Church will hold a flea market in the Church parking lot. Ill Drum Point Rd., Bricktown. Sept 7, 8am-3pm. Rain date 914. Space $10. Call Phyllis at: 255-3726. 1 Contact of Ocean County presents its 3rd Autumn Pot Pourri (LuncheonFashion ShowChinese Auction). Holiday Inn, Rt 37, Toms River, 12:30pm-4:30pm, $10. For tickets call 240-6104 by Sept 1. East Dover Firehouse Ladies Auxiliary, Fischer Blvd., Toms River is sponsoring Indoor-Outdoor Flea Market from 9-3. Tables available. Refreshments served. Manasquan Kiwanis Club 9th Annual Flea Market & Craft Show at Squan Plaza, Manasquan. Space $10, tables $5 each. Contact Dick Gardner, 449-3016 after 5 for reservations. Monmouth Civic Chorus new member auditions on Sun. Sept. 8 from 2-5pm at Trinity Episcopal Church, 65 West Front St. Red Bank. Music Handel's Messiah and Berlioz Requiem. For info and audition appt. call 741-2110 or 493-3730 Ocean County Coin Club 15th Annual Show. Gold & silver coins, tokens, medals, paper money. Mooring Atlantis Hotel (formerly Beacon Manor) Point Pleasant Beach. 60 dealers. Buy, sell, trade. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free admission. SEPTEMBER 9. CONTACT is having their fall training class at the Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 1500 Hooper Ave. Toms River. Classes will be held Mondays starting Sept. 9 at 7:30 pm. Course runs about 15 weeks 1 night a week. Call 240-6104 for more info. .SEPTEMBER 12. Battleground Arts Center seeks entertainers for school assembly programs in classical & popular music, dance & dramatics. For audition on Sept 12, call 462-8811. Atlantic Highlands Historical Society 6th Annual Outdoor Flea Market. 10-4 at the Town Marina (1st Ave. off Rt. 36). 80 dealers. New, antique & craft merchandise. Refreshments. Info: 291-4313 or 291-9454, spaces $7, rain date 921 Lincroft Women's First Aid Assoc. Flea Market, Sat., Sept. 14, 9-3. Rain date: Sun., Sept. 15, 9-3. Spaces only $6. Hurley's Lane, Lincroft First Aid Bldg. Call Genevive Michel, 747-6793 or Lynn Logan, 842-3895 before Aug. 30 for information. Ocean County Historical Society Flea Market, Ocean County Courthouse Parking Lot, between Hadley & Hooper Avenues, Toms River. Sept. 14, 8-4pm (Rain date Sept. 21). Spaces $10. For reservations call Museum, 341-1880 by Sept. 1. .SEPTEMBER 21. Asbury Park Womens Club Flea Market, 10am to 4pm. Wicka-pecko & Corlies Ave. Ocean Twp. Spaces available for new and used merchandise, $10. each. Call 776-6128 or 531-3122 by Sept. 8. Brick Girl Scouts Flea Market 9 am-3 pm, Foodtown parking lot, Rt. 70, Bricktown. $8 per space. Call 477-1798 by Sept. 7. Rain date Sept. 28. Muscular Dystrophy Flea Market to be held Sept. 21. Raindate Sept. 28. Railroad Plaza. Bradley Beach. 5x10 space $10. For reservations call 988-3105 by Sept. 1st. .SEPTEMBER 22. Travelers On The Go day trip to Valley Forge Music Fair for Chorus Line & Smorgasbord Dinner at Collegville Inn on Sept. 22. Includes transportation, tickets, dinner, taxes, gratuities. $49 per person. Reservations: 449-3340 by Sept. 4. SEPTEMBER 28. Red Bank Chapter O.E.S. Masonic Temple, Maple Ave. is sponsoring an Indoor Flea Market 9 am-4 pm. Tables furnished $10. Breakfast & lunch available. Dealers call 741-9549 for reservations. . OCTOBER 5. Freehold area Newcomers looking for crafters only, for their annual Craft Fair to be held on Sat. Oct. 5, at the First Presbyterian Church, West Main St., Freehold. Tables $12 & $15. For info & reservations 370-3289 or 462-3290. OCTOBER 6. Freehold Boro & Township Hospital Auxiliary sponsors Outdoor Peddlers' Market at Freehold Raceway. Rain Date Oct. 13. Spaces $15. Dealers of antiques, crafts, & new merchandise call 780-9794 by Aug. 30. OCTOBER 26. The Herbertsville Fire Co. Ladies Auxiliary will hold their 5th Annual Craft Show on Oct. 26. 1985 at the fire house on Herbertsville Rd from 10am-4pm. All crafters are welcome. Tables $10 each. For further info call 840-2059 or 458-2769 . NOVEMBER 1. Designer Crafts Galley seeks crafters in wood, clay, enamel, fibers, glass, jewelry, leather, metal & mixed media for a juried show & sale. Deadline for applications is: Sept. 9. Call 462-8811. OLSHANSKY-GARLOCK SCARSDALE, N.V. Nancy Joan Garlock and Daniel I. Olshansky were married Aug. 25 at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Garlock. The bridegroom is the son of Donald and Ruth Olshansky, Rumson, N.J. The bride was graduated from Tufts University and the University of Michigan, where she received her master's degree in social work. She is a forensic social worker for the criminal justice system, Northampton, Mass. The bridegroom was graduated from the University of Michigan, where he received his master's degree in social work. He is a family therapist in a residential treatment center, Northampton. WARE-MC CLELLAND BRICK TOWNSHIP Lisa Mc-Gclland and Michael Ware, Daleville, Ala., were married Aug. 3 at the home of her parents, Joanne and Harry McClelland, 621 Leanora St. The bride's sister, Lauri McClelland, and her brother, Army Spec. 4 Scott McClelland, were honor attendants. The bride was graduated from Brick Township High School and Army Soldier Support Institute. She is an Army private first class. The bridegroom is an Army sergeant. The couple are stationed at Fort Ruckner, Ala. 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