Wellsville Daily Reporter from Wellsville, New York on June 30, 1969 · Page 8
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Cfght WELLbVILLE DAILY REPORTER, WELLSVILIE, NEW YORK .* ___ Monday, Jun« 30, TP69 Women's and Family Page MARILYN L. LKSTKR, KDITOM Nancy A. Bergsten Becomes Bride of Bruce L Brundage Staff Sergeant and Mrs. Bruce L. Brundage are honeymooning in Niagara Falls and Canada following their wedding in St. Joseph's Church, Scio, on Saturday, June 28. The bride is the former Miss Nancy A. Bergsten, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry 0. Bergsten of 6 Stevens Ave., Friendship. S-Sgt. Brundage,. currently stationed at Pittsburgh Air Force Base, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie W. Brundage of Pine Street, Scio. The Rev. Joseph J. Hassler, pastor, performed the double- ring ceremony at 11 a.m. before an altar decorated with bouquets of white daisies. Miss Christine Brunell was organist and accompanied by Mrs. John Thoden of Angelica, soloist. Presented in marriage by her father, the bride wore an A-line gown of white slipper satin with daisies embroidered on the bell- shaped net sleeves, and circlet headpiece with white netting and lace trim. She carried two majestic daisies. Miss Karen M. Bergsten of Buffalo, maid of honor for her sister, was attired in a gown of white taffeta with yellow embroidered daisy net overlay. She carried a single majestic daisy. PAUl GIGNAC, Photos ' Sitting fee —4 Pose* 12.85 plus tax tiroUUrea under C m»mft» CJet yovrprooli befctt leavbg (K nipt*) Wed. only liptweea 1-5 p.m. No Appointments Neceuary 607-587-2800 11 Elm Street Alfred, N. Y. Miss Linda L. Palidar of Friendship was bridesmaid, with a white taffeta gown with white daisy net overlay. She also carried a single majestic daisy. Sherry L. Brundage of Scio, sister of the bridegroom, was flower girl, gowned identically to the maid of honor, with a yellow velvet sash at the waistline. She carried a fideside basket of yellow daisies. Martin L. Brundage of Scio was best man for his brother. Ushers were Matt Graves and David Gee, both of Allentown, cousins of the bridegroom. The bride's mother was attired in an aqua dress with white accessories, and a gardenia corsage. The mother of the bridegroom selected a yellow suit .with white accessories, and a gardenia corsage. Following the ceremony, a reception for approximately 75 guests was held in the Friendship Rod and Gun Club, which was decorated with a daisy theme. Music was provided by Danny Ritter, organist, and David Day on the drums. The bride was graduated from Friendship Central School in 1968. Mr. Brundage, a 1963 graduate of Scio Central School, enlisted in the Air Force in August 1964, and re-enlisted in 1968. The couple will reside at Pittsburgh Air Force Base. Prenuptial affairs included a slower given by Miss Palidar, and a rehearsal party given by the bridegroom's parents at Long Vue Restaurant. WCC Golfers Take Honors at 'Open/ State 'Scramble' Five women golfers from the Wellsvflle Country Club took honors at the "open day" held at the Bolivar Country C\ub last week, when the local golfers were guests. Miss Mary Agnes Sullivan was medalist winner, with Miss Doris Grames in second place and Mrs. Stephen Cre t e k a s, third, among the Class A golfers. In the Class C 9-hole event, Mrs. Harold Winter took top honors. Miss Dot Brown was presented the door prize. When the local golfers held their regular Tuesday morning play here last Tuesday, Miss Sullivan was cited for low gross and Mrs. Charles Spmelli, low net, in Class A. In Class B, Mrs. Wells Stout won low gross and Mrs. Richard Bradley, low net. Honors for low putts were shared by Mrs. Dan Harris and Mrs. Stout. Miss Brown and Miss Sullivan were named golfing chairmen for July. They announced an 18-hoile scramble .'will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, July 5, lor all men and women golfers. The event will precede the Hawaiian luau,. scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the clubhouse. Play tomorrow (July 1) will be low gross, low net, according to Mrs 1 . Clayton Haley, publicity chairman. Refreshments will be served in the clubhouse at 9 a.m. Calendar Social Notebook of Events (Events listed should be received at least three days In advance of date.) MRS. TERRY LYND NOBLES Robin Eddy TODAY 7 p.m., TOPS, Wellsville Nursing Home. TUESDAY 9 a.m., WCC Women Golfers, clubhouse. 12:15 p.m., Rotary Club, Fassett Hotel. 1 p.m., Pastime Painters, Library. ^ 1 p.m., WCC Women Bridge .' Players, clubhouse, luncheon. 7 p.m., Blue Devils, Community Bldg., practice. 8 p.m., Duke Hose Co., hose i rooms. 8 p.m., Willing Fire Co., Stannards Fire Hall. WEDNESDAY 9:30 a.m., Shrinking Violets TOPS, Union Hall. 12:30 p.riT., Golden Age Club, Community Bldg. 7 p.m., Blue Devils, Executive Committee, Community Bldg.; also practice. 7:30 p.m., WHS Class of 1939, Municipal Bldg., final meeting prior to July 12 reunion fete. 8 p.m., Burton Chapter, OES, Masonic Temple. 8 p.m., Jaycees, Thornton Bldg. THURSDAY 10 a.m., Madison tall Home Bureau, Library- 7 p.m., Blue Devils, Executive Community, Community Bldg.; also practice. 7 p.m., Palette Club library. By BARBARA ALLEN - DIAL SW.S7M Maynard Howe and son, Joel. -Miss.Carol Simons is spend- f Hono Mich have returned ing the summer wi* her par- home after a trlp ^ South ents, Mr and Mrs wniiam Sim- Coventry Conn . ( where they vis- ons of South Main Street. She Ued ^ son . in . law and aaugh has completed her freshman Mr and Mrs< Edward De year at Corning., Community Gr< ; ff flnd family College. — Mrs. Eleanor Lanphear of South Houston, Tex., is spending two weeks visiting her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Piscitelli and family of Hamilton Street. Sunday they attended a family reunion at Letchworth Park. The reunion was also the celebration of the 50th wedding anniversary of Mrs. Lanpher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Knorr of Jamestown. — Mr. and Mrs. David Peterson of Riverside entertained at dinner Sunday honoring Mrs. Chester Wilson on her birthday anniversary. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Madden. K. D. PLUM CORP. For PLUMBING Complete Bathrooms, Water Pumps, Softeners Heating Systems Call: Clarence Klbbe 5W-MW or Robert Dunham 598-4913 — Mrs. Philip Readio has returned to her home in Ithaca following a visit with her sister, Mrs. Albert D. Howe, 29 Oak St Mrs. Readio was here to address the Catherine Schuyler Chapter, DAR, at Alfred. — Mrs. Albert D. Howe of Oak Street and her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mifc USED CARS! SAYEUPT6$200 Where Qualify . . . Price! atte Whttesvilie, N. Y, 687-356-3434 Michigan State and Notre Dame first met in baseball in 1907. They have played 100 games. The Spartans lead the series 51-49. AUTO INSURANCE Hyslip & FIRE WELLSVILLE USE OUR EASY MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN 593-4244 Angelica News Notes Mrs. John B. Norton Phone SM8 Mr. and Mrs. John B. Norton entertained in honor of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Victor White arid daughter, Barbara, of Artesia, Calif. ThirtyJitwo ,'friends and relatives attended. Richard Grabowski of Tonawanda and Roland Norton of Hilton are spending some time with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Norton. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schutt and daughter, Rita of Penn- I brook were in Angelica for the I graduation of their niece, Miss I Carolyn Almeter. She plans to [attend Monroe Community Col- Jlege, where she will study for a [career as policewoman. A fellowship supper and va- Iriety shower were given in the {Baptist Church for Mr. and [Mrs. Harold Budinger. Sixty[five friends attended the af- Ifair. Mr. Budinger wore a dress I of her native land, Korea. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Lynd Nobles' are honeymooning in New England . following their wedding in the First Presbyterian Church, Lewistori, on Saturday, June 28. The bride is the former Miss Robin Eddy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George P. Eddy Jr. of 1806 Quaker Meeting House Rd., Honeoye Falls. Mr. Nobles' parents are Mr. and Mrs. Leslie B. Nobles of Wellsville. The Rev. Paul L. Denise, pastor, performed the double-ring ceremony at 7 p.m. by .candlelight. Dayton Tynan was organist. Escorted to the altar by her father, the btide wore a formal gown of white moir.e taffeta in Empire style, with long sleeves, flowers embroidered at the neckline and repeated on the cuffs, and chapel train. Her headpiece was her mother's tiara, which held her elbow- length veil. She carried a cascade of white Sweetheart roses and ivy. Attending the bride wftcr her three sisters', Miss Sandfa Eddy as maid of honor, and Misg Nancy Eddy and Miss Betsy Eddy as bridesmaids. They wore matching Empire gowns of pale yellow linen with long full sleeves of yellow dotted swiss gathered at the wrists, with cuffs and bodices appliqued with pale blue flowers. Their linen bow headpieces supported yellow veils. They carried baskets of yellow pompons and blue-tinted carnations. James Bannister of Lockport was best man. Ushers were Michael Nobles of Wellsville, brother of the bridegroom, and Michael Slavin of Brockport. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was field at the Red Coach Inn, Niagara Falls. The bride is a 1969 graduate of State University College at Brockport, and will teach physical education at Thomas SCIO AUXILIARY SCIO — The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Scio Fire Department will meet at 8 p.m. July 1 in the fire hall. Following the business meeting, refreshments' will be served by Miss Joan Palmer and Mrs. Alfred Robbing. RIDES 'SCHOOI!* OUT DAYS JUNE30-JULYI-2.-3 WILLING AUXILIARY The Willing Ladies' Auxiliary will not meet during July, a spokesman told the Reporter today. The next session will be held Aug. 6, when a picnic is planned. Marks Elementary School, Wilson. 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