The Central New Jersey Home News from New Brunswick, New Jersey on July 12, 1970 · 29
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The Central New Jersey Home News from New Brunswick, New Jersey · 29

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Sunday, July 12, 1970
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THE SUNDAY HOME NEWS B-9 NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J.. SUNDAY, JULY 12, 1970 0' ' 'I Manville Girl Is, Wed In Byzantine Ceremony KATHLEEN BARLOW CANDACE ENGEBRIT JACQUELINE BAUER JEANNE KOCH Six Girls Set Dates '. August wedding dates have been chosen by two brides-to-be. Others have selected spring and fall of next year. Barlow-Pitra Mr, and Mrs. James Barlow of Newark have announced the betrothal of their daughter, Miss Kathleen Marie Barlow to Mitchel Paul Pitra, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mac Pitra, 39 Weldon Road, Edison. The bride-elect is a graduate of Vails-burg High School, Newark, and is employed by Fidelity Union Trust Co., Newark. . . i Her fiance is a graduate of Edison High School and is serving with the Air Force. He is stationed at McGuire Air Force Base. The couple is planning an April 18, 1971 wedding. Engebrit-Karol Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Engebrit of Arvada, Colo., have announced the engagement of their daughter. Miss Candace Lynn Engebrit to Joseph W. Karol Jr., i son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Karol of 37 . Atlantic St., Metuchen. Miss Engebrit is a gradaute of Arvada West High School. She is a secretary with the Federal Bureau of , Investigation in Washington, D.C. Her fiance is a graduate of Woodbridge High School and attended Union Junior College. He served with the Army Forces for two years, including one year in Vietnam. He is a student at the University of Maryland. . The couple plans to marry on Aug. 22 in Colorado. Bauer-Malisiewskl Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bauer Jr. of 112 Fairview Ave., Somerville, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Jacqueline Anne Bauer, to Robert Maliszewski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Maliszewski of 7 S. 11th Ave., Manville. Miss Bauer is also the granddaughter, of Mrs. Anna Diminick of Piscataway and the late Joseph Diminick, and Mrs. Josephine Bauer of Middlesex and the late Daniel Bauer Sr. She is a graduate of Somerville High School. She is employed by Cort Theater, Somerville. Her fiance is a graduate of Bridgewa-ter Vocational and Technical High School. He is employed as a carpenter. The couple has selected Aug. 15 as the wedding date. ... - ; Koch-Bogusz Miss Jeanne Koch and Thomas Bogusz have selected September 11, 1971 as their wedding date, according to an announcement of the couple's betrothal by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Koch of 55 Claremont Ave., North Brunswick. The bride-elect is a graduate of New Brunswick High School and the Barbizon School of Modeling, New York. She also attended Rider College. .She is employed by Rhodia, Inc., New Brunswick, and is a free lance model. Her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bogusz of 82 Gage Road, East Brunswick. He is a graduate of East Brunswick High School and attended Mid- . dlesex College. He spent two years in the Army, with 13 months in Vietnam, and is employed by, Utility Equipment - Co., Jamesburg. Giroux-Kuhn . Mr. and Mrs. Alexander L. Giroux of 25 Outcalt Road, Edison, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Anne Marie Giroux, to David Valentine Kuhn, son of Mr.' and Mrs. Daniel V. Kuhn of 47 Partch Place, Edison. - The bride-elect is a graduate of Edison High School She is employed by RCA, Edison. Her fiance is a graduate of St. Joseph High School, Metuchen and is a senior at Seton Hall University. He is a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. - - The, couple plans to marry May 22, 1971 in a ceremony in St. Matthew's Church, Edison. Tomalin-Lyons Miss Bonnie Priscilla Tomalin is engaged to William Joseph Lyons according to an announcement by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip L. Tomalin of 5 Dorset Way, Edison. He is the son of Mr", and iMrs. Thomas A. Lyons Jr. of 4 Buccleuch Place, New Brunswick. Miss Tomalin is a graduate of St. Peter's High School and Marymount College, Arlington, Va. where she received an associate in arts degree. She is employed by Young and Rubicam, Inc., New York. Her fiance is also a graduate of St. Peter's High School and attended Mount St. Mary's College, Emmitsburg, Md.- He is serving 'with the Armyk stationed at Fort Dix. .... J , l i I ffW WM'. Aly Biiiwwwi ANNE GIROUX I ppljl pliljliB Miss Clara Warcola, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William War-cola of 236 S. Main St., Manville, yesterday wed William E. Bondinell, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Bondinell of Clifton. . . The ceremony took, place at St. Mary's Byzantine Catholic Church, Manville, and was followed : by a reception at the Manville Elks Lodge, Maid of honor was Miss Marian Mazur of Manville. Bridesmaids were ' Mrs. Alfred T. Hughes of Chatham, sister, of the bride, and Mrs. Raymond Kwong of Parsippany. Best , ' man was Joseph A. Bondinell, brother of the bridegroom. Usher were Sabino Scuralli, cousin . of the bridegroom; and Kurt Ramig, both of Clifton. . . Following, a wedding trip to thev Virgin Islands, they will live in Morris Plains. , -The ' bride graduated from Manville High School and Fair-leigh Dickinson University, Madison, with a bachelor of science degree in social studies-secondary education. . She . received a master's degree in American history from Mont-clair State College and is a social studies teacher in Morris. Her husband graduated from i Clifton High School and Fair-leigh . Dickinson University, with a bachelor of science degree in chemistry. He received a doctor of philosophy in organic chemistry from the University of California at Berkeley and is employed by Columbia University as a research associate in the biochemistry ' department. ' Read "In the Middle" ; By Ted Serrill Sundays in The Home News MRS. W. E. BONDINELL Certificate Given , To Douglass Group The committee of the Douglass .College Campus .Chest Drive has received a certificate of appreciation from the Save the Children Federation. The international child welfare organization has its headquarters in Norwalk, Conn., and recognized the contribution of $990. Miss Nikki Haedel of Cin-naminson was chairman of the committee. Teaneck Rite Joins Couple St. Anastasia Church in Tea-neck was the setting yesterday for the wedding of Miss Irene Kathleen Dunphy, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Richard J. Dunphy of Teaneck and Leonard Francis Cackowski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Cackowski of 41 Ridge Road, South River. The maid of honor was Miss Arceil Amodio of New York City. The other attendants were Miss Jeanne Selliger of Leonia, and "Mrs. . John Williamson of Long Branch. John Engelhardt of East Brunswick, the bridegroom's cousin was the best man. The ushers were Nicholas Strom-stous of South River and John Williamson of Long Branch. The couple was honored at a reception at the Steak Pit in Paramus, and is on a wedding trip to Curacao and Curacas, Venezuela. The bride is a graduate of the College of New Rochelle, and received a master's degree from Long Island University. She is the children's librarian at the Johnson Library in Hackensack. The bridegroom is a graduate of Monmouth College and is working toward a master's degree at Wagner College, Sta-ten Island. He is a member of ' Delta Sigma Pi fraternity, and is employed as a marketing representative for DuPont. I ' U , - 'J - I . ' MRS, L. F. CACKOWSKI AHTIQUISIIOW MID SALE Sunday, July 12th 10 A.M. Until? FREE ADMISSION Millstone Show Grounds Route 33 BitWMn Hightttown m4 FrMhoM (201)446.8916 MILLSTONE FLEA MARKET AUCTION OPEN EVERY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Hours8A.M.to7P.M. DONTFORGETTOSEE CHEAP SAM Public and Dealers Welcome s- Outside Tables Available . KL 33 Between Hightstown and Freehold (201) 446-9816 BONNIE TOMALIN frrTM - f. S r . A 1 v II If - y ii With Your Purchase o TABLE o UMBRELLA o2 CHAIRS t rW,,'T , 4r constant 18' x 12 Swim area . 22. x 13' Outside 18 . 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