The Oneonta Star from Oneonta, New York on July 15, 1963 · Page 8
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· Oneonta Star Monday, July 15,1963 Bells Rung, Songs Sung for Five Couples Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Frazier (Thomas Photo)' Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Newell (Thomas Photo)' Diana Hinkley Becomes Bride of Joseph Frazier WALTON - Miss Diana Hankley, daughter of (Mr..and Mrs. Maurice Hinkley of, 40 HSgfa St., was married July 6 to Joseph Frazier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Frazier of Catiosda. The Rev. Henry G. Lincoln performed the douMe ring ceremony at the First Methodist, Church. Organ music was provided by Mrs. Harold Combs of Walton. Miss Virginia Lincoln of Vestal was soloist. Given in marriage by her (ather, the bride wore a floor len Hi gown of re - embroidered Alencon lace with sequins end. styled with a scoop neckline and pointed sleeves. The 1 hooped skirt was tiered in Iront. A crown of crystals and pearls he3d her 'lace - bordered veil of TJlrenoh illusion. She carried a white Bible witfj a cascade of wite carnatihons. Mafid of honor was Miss Joyce Church of Walton, who wore a gown of pink nylon chiffon over taffeta fashioned with a lace bodice, scoop neckline and street length bouffant skirt. Bows of self material caught an inverted pleat in front. Mrs. Robert Mann of Hopewell Junction, sister of the bride, and Miss Sharon French of Sidney Center, niece of the bride, were bridesmaids. The wore gowns styled identically to that of ithe matron of honor, in blue and yellow, and carried cascade bouquets of catching carnations. Headpieces of large roses heM their veils of illusion. Cynthia Lincoln, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lincoln of Vestal, served as flower girl. She wore a blue 'dacron dress with a white overskirt embroidered in blue. Her white iace bonnet was trimmed with blue flowers and she scattered pink rose petals. Robert D. Mann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mann of Hopewell Junction, carried .die rings. Joseph Griffin of Walton was best man. Ushering were Nelson Martin of Deposit and Roger Peck of Cadosia, After tile ceremony, Hie couple greeted 100 guests at a reception held at the church parlor. Ray Alcot of'Sidney was best Miss Betty Clark was hostess, assisted by Mrs. Harriette Mann, Miss Barbara Baxter, Miss _Bev- HartwickMan Honored on 96thBirthday HARTWICK -- Charles Phillips, long time resident of Hartwick, celebrated his 96th birthday June 14 at the home of his daughter-in-law, Mrs. T h e 1 m a Phillips, South Street, where he makes his home. During the afternoon and evening old friends, neighbors and relatives visited with Mr. Phillips, including an old friend, Ezra Bolton, 93. Also among the visitors was the Rev, Kenneth L. Rpwe, pastor of Hartwick Baptist Church, who offered a special prayer. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Mr. Phillips received gifts and many cards. Wife Preservers erly TeMord -and · Mrs. Nelson Martin. The bride is a 1963 graduate 'of, Walton Central School. The groom attended Walton Central School and is employed by Jess Howes Contractors, Sidney Center. After July 15, the couple wffl be at home in Walton. Newell-Figary Vows Recited in Walton WALTON -- Jane C o r a Figary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Figary of 123 Prospect Avenue, became the bride of Henry J. Newell son of Mr; and Mrs. Henry Newell of 147 Prospect Avenue, on June 29. .The double ring candlelight Area Meets Mrs. Donald -G. Eberhardt (Tipple Photo) Patsy Ann Tidgwell Bride Of Donald G. Eberhardt An Mny Way to »!or« blanktti It !· fwl litffn vft ornty ttyit/ and k**p Mdi hi · pigMO M* Ml · Patsy Ann Tidgwell of Buffalo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Tidgwell of Maryland RD 1, was married July 6 to Donald George Eberhardt, son of Mrs. George Eberhardt of Lancaster, and the late Mr. Eberhardt. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Reginald Watson at the First Baptist Churoh. Mrs. Ruth Driggs of Oneonta was organist. Given in marriage by her lather, the bride wore a ballerina length goivn of Chantilly lace and silk taffeta, styled with boat neckline, three - quarter length sleeves and full skirt. Her shoulder length veil was caught to a headpiece of seed pearls. She carried a white bridal bouquet centered with an orchid corsage. Miss Sylvia Stalica of Buffalo was maid of honor. She wore a dress of pink organza styled w i t h bateau neckline, three- quarter length sleeves and a street length sheath skirt with detachable boll overskirt. She wore a matching cloche and carried a bouquet of pink carnations. John Stutzman of Lancaster was best man. Robert Rohl of Lancaster, nephew of the groom, ushered. After the ceremony, a wedding dinner for the immediate family was held at the Homestead, Colliers. The bride is a graduate o£ Andres S. Draper C e n t r a l School, Schenevus, and the State University College at Albany where she was a member of Sigma Alpha social sorority and Pi Omega Pd honorary business education society. She is now on the faculty of Bryant and Stratton Business Institute, Buffalo. The groom is a graduate of Lancaster High School and served two years in the Army most of which time he was stationed in Germany. He is now a senior at Erie County Technical Institute, studying metallurgical technology and is employed by Symington - Wyne, Lancaster. Alter a wedding trip to the Adirondacks, the couple will make their home in Lancaster. TODAY COOPERSTOWN - Art Exhibition at Pioneer Gallery, today through Friday, August 2; open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. TUESDAY COOPERSTOWN -- R o t a r y Club, 12:15 p.m. Tuesday, Cooper Inn; topic: "Popski's Private Army," by William Robinson of Delmar. COOPERSTOWN - C i r c u s sponsored by VFW Post of Cooperstown; 3:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Fish and Game Club Show grounds, Fly Creek Road. TREADWELL -- Community Club, 8 p.m. "Tuesday, Methodist Church dining room; program "Flowers Create Beauty," by Groves of Wyckoff's, Oneonta; workshop. WELLS BRIDGE -- Red Cross, 11 a.m. Tuesday home of Mrs. Fred Beach, covered dish dnner; bring own table service; work on quilt in afternoon; Exec. Sect. Miss Edith Barney to be guest. NEW LISBON -- HDU Family Night Supper, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Community House. The Oneonta Star Phone Number is GE-2-1000 Births FLY CREEK -- Mr. and Mrs. Frederick K. Knapp of Fly Creek are parents of a daughter, Cynthia Jane, 8 Ibs. 2 oz., born July 10 at Bassett Hospital, Cooperstown. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Clifford TompMns, Laurens. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Mary Knapp, New Canaan, Conn. EDMESTON -- Mr. and Mrs, Ronald Vibbard of Pleasant Road are parents of a son, Daniel Alan, S Ibs. 19i ozs., born July 11 at Bassett Hospital, Cooperstown. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vibbard of Edmeston. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Felix Rode, Fly Creek. Complete Line of Maternity Apparel PACKARD'S MATEKNITY BKAIJTY SALON 353 Chestnut St. Oncnuta OPEN 10 A.M. to 10 P.M. GE 2-0552 Hammond Organs Music's Most Glorious Voice Sales Service ONEONTA MUSIC CENTER VACUUM CLEANER SERVICE Hoover and G.E. Vacuum Cleaners HOSES AND CLOTH BAGS FOR ALL MAKES AM Work Guaranteed! Joe's Cleaner Service Bresee's Rug Dept. or WEST MAIN ST. IUHXWICK, N. Y. A/2c and Mrs, David G. Vermilyea (Thomas Photo). \ Mary Jane Constable Wed To David G. Vermilyea Mr. an'd Mrs. Basil Tennai\t (Thomas Photo) ceremony was performed by the Rev. Henry G. Uincoln at the First, Methodist Church. Given in marriage by her lather, *he bride wore a white sheer street length dress, white hat and face veil and a corsage of red roses. Diane Tremaine, sister of the bride, was her only attendant. She wore a street length dress of pink taffeta with matching accessories and a white rosfc corsage. Ray Alcott of Sidney was best man. Alter the ceremony, t h e reception held at the home of couple greeted 100 guests and a the bride's brother-in-law, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Snyder, Stockton Avenue. The bride is a 1963 graduate of Walton Central School. The groom, is a 1961 graduate of Walton Central School and is employed at Seven States Gas Corporation, Sidney. Mr. and (Mrs. Newell are now making their home in Sidney. WALTON -- Mary Jane Constable, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Clyde Constable of River Road, was-married July 6 to A/2c David G. Vermilyea of Dover, Del., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles , Vermilyea, Sidney. The Rev. Henry G. Lincoln officiated at the candlelight service held at the First Methodist Church. Mrs. H. L. Combs of Walton provided organ music. Given in marriage by her father, the bride'wore a ballerina length gown of peau de fron designed with Sabrina neckline, long pointed sleeves, modified basque waistline and fitted bodice. The dress was enhanced by a bouffant silk organza overskirt. Her elbow length veil of silk illusion was gathered to a pearl. ed headpiece. She carried an arm bouquet of deep pink and white carnations and baby's breath. Maid of honor was Linda Geertgens of Franklin who wore a blue dacron crepe dress in b a l l e r i n a length with short sleeves and draped neckline. She carried an arm bouquet of pink .and white carnations and baby's breath. James McLaughljn of Sidney Center was best man. Ushering were Jack E. Constable, brother of the bride and Charles Vermilyea Jr., brother of the groom, Bridgeport, Conn. A reception for 45 members of the family and wedding party was held at the church parlors after the ceremony. The bride attended Walton Central School. The groom was graduated from Sidney Central School in 1961 and has served in the Air Force for the past two years. He is in ground communications,, stationed at Dover, Del. After a wedding trip to Lake Ozonia, the couple wiU be at home in Dover after August 1. Ruth B. Mcdenon, Basil Tennant Married WALTON -- Ruth B. McCIen- on of Walton was married July 5 to Basil Tennant, also of Walton. The Rev. Reginald Avery performed the double ring cere- Miss Lenore To Be April Silva Bride Miss Silva MAN Birthday Dinner RICHFIELD SPRINGS - Lester Young was feted June 25 at a dinner in honor of his 89th birthd_ay. The dinner was given by his daughter, Mrs. George Ough. ELMHURST -- Mrs. Bozena Silva of Elmhurst, formerly of Morris, has announced the engagement of her daughter, Lenore, to Raymond E. Struzynski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Z. Struzynski of Jersey (Sty, N. J. Miss Silva attended Morris Central School and was graduated from Hunter CaMege. She is ·presently teaching at Newtown High School, Queens. Mr. Struzynski is a doctoral candidate in the field physics at Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, N. J. An April, 1964 wedding is planned.' Local Meets Mature Y e a r s Fellowship, First Methodist Church, picnic at Gilbert Lake, noon Tuesday. For transportation call Mrs. Emma Baldwin at 432-4396. In case of rain, picnic will be held at church. mony at the First Congregational Church, Walton. The bride is the daughter ol Mrs. Geraldine Beers of Prospect Avenue and the late William Beers Sr. The groom is the son of Mrs. Gertrude Tennant of Mount Pleasant, Walton, and Basil Tennant of Sidney RD. The bride wore a white sheath dress with lace overskirt and · blue accessories and a corsage of sweetheart roses. Mrs. LaVerna Foree of Unadilla, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor. She wore a blue and white dress with white accessories- and yellow carnation corsage. Best man was Robert Foree, of Unadilla, brother - in - law of the bride. After the ceremony, a family reception was held on the lawn of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Foree, Unadilla. The bride is a waitress at Venetian Inn, Rock Rift. The groom is employed at Bailey's in Walton. After a wedding trip to the Adirondacks, the couple will re- sde at 9 Btuce Street, Waltof Flea Market Set July 20 CHATHAM -- The Exchang* Club of Chatham will hold its second annual "Flea Market" at the Fairgrounds Saturday, July 20 from 11 a. m. to 6 p.m. A flea market is an outdoor antique show where dealers display from the backs of station wagons. Helena Rubinstein Once-a-Year Beauty Sale HAVE BEAUTIFUL UPS AND FINGERTIPS! CLEANSE, LUBRICATE, REFRESH! BEAUTY TREAT...OEEP DOWN! SCORIFY YOUR HAIR! c Pasteurized Fa ceCreamSpecial Helena Rubinstein * · Buy: Fashion Stick. 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