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The Ridgewood News from Ridgewood, New Jersey • 74

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Ridgewood, New Jersey
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74
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Jr ji October 6. THKStlNDAV Snri'- Page 74 'of 621 Doremus rr iininiimn'i'fr Nancy Morton becomes bride ft Her fiance, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ponturo of Hawthorne, N.Y., is a graduate of Lehigh University where he was a member of Tau Epsilon Phi and served as vice chancellor in his senior year. He is a civil engineer for Suffolk County.

A spring 1975 wedding is planned. Ave. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Glen Rock High School and Centenary College for Women where she was a member of Sigma EDsilon Phi. She is station assistant at WNTI-FM at Centenary College. 'y, 7 7 with babies' breath held her veil of illusion and she carried white roses, stephanotis and blue delphinium.

Melanie Davala of Chapel Hill, N.C. was maid of honor and Sally Brice, cousin of the bride, Mrs. Jerrold Grader of Mahwah and Mrs. John Pauliny of Matawan were bridesmaids! Flower girl was Caroline Morton, the bride's niece, r. Serving as best man for his brother was Terry Smith.

David Angel, Ronny Welborn, Timothy Smith and Robert Kota, all of Summer- ,4 AININAPOLIS, Md. Nancy Brice Morton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Morton II of Waveland Farm, formerly of Allendale, was married yesterday in Margaret's Episcopal Church to John Darrell Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs.

William Cole Smith of' Summerfield, N.C. A reception at the home of the bride followed the double ring ceremony, performed by the Rev; Forrest L. Farris. The bride was escorted by her father and wore a candlelight silk organza-gown, designed and made by Mrs. E.P.

Harden of Graham, N.C. It was trimmed with ivory lace and featured an Empire waistline and train. A matching lace headpiece 4 I A field. N.C. were ushers.

The couple will live in Greensboro, N.C. after a wedding trip to Williamsburg, Va. and the Shenandoah Valley. 1 ua5afl IP (t ip an 5 By PHYLLIS PARRY Mrs. John Darrell Smith.

I'ricp Morion) a former borough resident who returned in 1973 after several years' absence, is in charge of the office. He received his professional training at Fairleigh Dickinson University, New York University and Rutgers University. i Robert Wanderwerker of Glen Rock was among the officers of 21 Lehigh alumni clubs throughout the country who attended the annual club officers ference last month at Lehigh University. The three-day conference began with a reception and dinner at the Hotel Bethlehem, continued with an all-day workshop and concluded with the Lehigh-Hofstra football game. Mr.

Vanderwerker is president of the Upper Jersey Club. i Salisbury, Ponturo Mary Salisbury to Paul Joseph Ponturo of Ronkonkoma, L.I. has been GLEN ROCK The announced by her parents, engagement of Carolyn Mr. and Mrs. William H.

Denise England of Upper Saddle River has just finished nine weeks at the Navy's recruit training command in Orlando, Fla. and is home on a two-week's leave, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred England of 29 Parker Place. A graduate of Northern Highlands Regional High School, Denise was in charge of her company's physical training at boot camp and came out with two stripes and the rank of airman apprentice.

She'll report to Memphis, Tenn. for training in the aviation electrical-electronics field. Nex Sunday will be a dual celebration for a Ridgewood couple, Mr. and Mrs. Donald H.

Wbelaa of 100 Crest Road, when they attend the wedding of their daughter, Frances Lynn, to Gregory Keith Smith in Paragonah, Utah. It's also the Wheians' silver wedding anniversary. Fran and Greg, who are students at Southern Utah State College in Cedar City, Utah, met "on the mountain" while both were National Ski Patrollers. Fran's sister, Drucilla, will travel from the University of Arizona to be her maid of honor. A cocktail party attended by more than 100 well-wishers markecj the opening of Alpha Counseling Service at 40 Cambra Road, Waldwick.

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