The Record from Hackensack, New Jersey on October 21, 1973 · 41
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The Record from Hackensack, New Jersey · 41

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mi Count. Nn Jm THE SUNDAY RECORD. OCTOBER 21. 1973 'tIJTSTYL3S73 B-9 J CJ CI oJs- 1 " ' 1 I I I ' ' I Artiton Ptiotogfoptnn l J 1 I I I P"1 r I IRS. JAMES A. VAN DER BEEK 1 Q; 7 save 50 AND sia i m J ow TMS N THS pflGE tsS R'feg&va to BUY 'EM NOW ACTIVITY DESK by FISHER PRICE It's a favorite for the preschool set. Things to do to fill the hours. GLASS STAINING KIT FIBRE GLASS Learn the ageless art of staining glass. Easy instructions. Set is complete. 248 HALLOWEEN COSTUMES Choose from many Frignt 99c enmg charac ters as well as fairy tale favorites 747 PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU OCT. 27. It 0AAMmCAO AT ONE HALF PLAYSKOOL WIGGLE WAGON 397 A favorite for the young-set. Just wiggle the steering bar and it really moves. . . Safe and sound and sturdy. David Cassidy GUITAR Sounds and looks almost real . You can pick out a tune and join the now' set . . . 397 Mad Scatter SIZZLER SET by MATTEL Features famous Moustache Mouse and watch cars bounce and return. -99 WALKING CLOWNS by DURHAM With friction motor and rocking action . . . Colorful clowns to choose. 68c GARDEN STATE PLAZA, PARAMUS Next to Bamberger Annex WAYNE HILLS MALL, HAMBURG TPKE, WAYNE HICHTLY TILL 9:30 P.M. where better toys cost less OF THE ORIGINAL PRICE ... HASBRO FRISKY the Donkey' 697 For youngsters .. . Realistic in detail it really is fun to ride. SKIPPER PLAYGYM CAKE MAKER PARTY A playground designed especially for Skipper. With a Skip You get every- m j OQ7 thing you need QAU i to make your mj J own delicious per doll. cake. CHUBBY by FISHER PRICE The little guy or gal will enjoy this toy until it almost wears out -99 SNO MOBILE by DURHAM Free wheeling action. Steera-ble wheel. 9" long and authentic styling. r y m. m signed to store m 64cc-p";;yyH0T49c vuurri -nils-. RACING TOPS Spinning tops earn points for victory ... Kids of all ages love to play this game. 197 Chix set cup. dish. tle HOT WHEEL CASE by MATTEL Cnariallu Ha. tion. WHERE BETTER TOYS COST LESS ALL NEW! TOPPER KING DING ROBOT and hit brain pal Comes with his Ding aling Brain pal and it really does many amaz ing things. Its fun to watch. BLYTHE DOLL by KENNER Hr eyes change colors. Fun to own and love. 247 CHIX FEEDING SET byAMSCO Styled after the tiger. You 144 a spoon. feeding Magic Dot and bib. '''Vt!-1:1 HOT WHEEL CARS by MATTEL Buy up an armful and save many valuable dollars . . . every boy will ' be pleased 34C J an Der Beek, . Weber Miss Melinda Elizabeth Weber and James Alan Van Der Beek were married yes terday in The Community Church of Harrington Park. A reception followed at the Colonial Manor in Old Tappan. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Franz R. Weber of 69 Spring St., Harrington Park. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry C Van Der Beek of 1027 West-wood Ave., Old Tappan. Mrs. Lance Ingmire was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Christopher Weber, Mrs. Thomas Hassard, Miss Karen Kalucki. and Miss Karen Stevens. David Van Der Beek was best man. Ushers were William Van Der Beek, David Weber, Christopher Weber, and Joseph Barkauskas. Mrs. Van Der Beek is a graduate of Northern Valley Regional High School in Old Tappan and The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. She is active in the theatre. Her husband was graduated from Northern Valley Regional High School and Lafayette College in Easton, Pa. He is employed by the Los Angeles Dodgers j Organiza- , tion. After a trip to the Poconos, the couple will live in Easton. Gilhtte, Montgomery Miss Donna Jean Montgomery and Stephen Allan Gillette were married yesterday in Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Mahwah. A reception followed at Woodcliff Manor in Woodcliff Lake. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Montgomery of 5 Oakdale Manor. Suffern. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Gillette of 181 W. Ramapo Ave., Mahwah. Phyllis Puza was maid of VETERAN'S WEEK . FOR ONE BIG WEEK M0rlDAT4ATURDAT0CT.22-0V.3 Fantastic SAVINGS on UNIFORMS For NURSES, WAITRESSES, BEAUTICIANS. Final Closeout Dresses VoJuw to $23.00 1 S 38 it '" ill Bencone Uniform, ono of America's leading uniform mail order companies, is able to offer you these fantastic savings on famous brand uniforms because we sell thousands and thousands of uniforms in our catalog and must constantly clean our inventory. All uniforms in our warehouse outlet are first quality and from recent catalogs. twvwiiflli teutri n Cw BENCONE UNIFORMS 121 CARVER AVE., honor. Bridesmaids 'were Maureen Pertuit, Patricia Hohenka, and Elizabeth Reveille. Best man was Paul los-ca. Ushers were Terry Gillette. Daniel Gillette, and David Schilstra. Mrs. Gillette is a graduate of Mahwah High School and is employed by Lord and Taylor. Her husband was graduated from Mahwah High School and Is employed by Produce -Transport Co. Inc. The couple will live in Mahwah. Thomas Studio MRS. STEPHEN A GILLETTE Lyle, Stoeber Miss Kathleen Anne Stoeber and Kirk McAlister Lyle were married yesterday in Annunciation R.C. Church in Para-mus. A reception followed at the Villanova Restaurant in Garfield. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George G. Stoeber of Paramus. The bridegroom is the- son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lyle of Kent, Conn. Mrs. Mary 0Hara was matron of honor. Miss Martha Calhoun was maid of honor. Best man was Michael Smith. John Macaluso was an usher. Mrs. Lyle is a graduate of Paramus High School and Bergen Pines School of Practical Nursing. She is employed 330 Murray Hill Parkway Outlet FACTORY TO YOU! in the East Rutherford Industrial Park, E. Rutherford Genuine Leather, Suede or Wool Coats Jackets Pant-Coats Rabbits Fur Trimmed & Un-Trimmed ?! 60 to 75 off SIZES open daily 1 0 5 TO IS I" me cie Oirvctiom. Rt. 1 7 South just bvlor Bcrowt Bukk .matt turn at Moll turns" sign. Than matt lft and cross ftt, 1 7. Continuo to 2 blocks to Murray Hill Parkway; Turn Riant factory located 1 block on WH. From 1 7 North, turn right at Cooper Lumbar and contm-ua as above. AT THE Special Lot of SMOCKS VALUES TO . Just iff Oil Int It. Iitwn Shell - Thici WEST WOOD - MRS. KIRK M. LYLE by Bergen Pines Hospital. Her husband was graduated from Northern Highland High School and is employed by Fair Motel in Upper Saddle River. After a trip to the Poconos, the couple will live in Upper Saddle River. Hanulak, M hit el Miss Julianna Mlutel and Barry M. Hanulak were married yesterday in Holy Rosary Church, Toronto, Canada. A reception followed at Casa Loma Castle in Toronto. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Serge Miutel of Toronto. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hanulak of 415 W. Anderson St., Hackensack. Barbara Miutel was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Barbara Barry, Elizabeth Carri-no, and Judy Marinoff. Alexandra Miutel was flower girl. Best man was Greg Carrino. Ushers were Jack Terhune, Kenneth Collins, and Greg Hoffmann. Mrs. Hanulak is a graduate of Parkdale Collegiate and Women's College Hospital School of Nursing. She is employed by Hackensack Hospital. Her husband was graduated from Hackensack High School and the University of Louisville. He is employed b y Bristol-Myers Co. to 4 Sat. 9-1 SIZES (TO IS PROFESSIONAL MEN BENCONE UNIFORM WAREHOUSE OUTLET SELECT & SAVE ON OVER 20.000 UNIFORMS DOUBLE KNITS - EASY CARE (DACR0NC0T-TON) BENGALINES CORDED KNITS WHITES COLORS A HUGE RANGE OF SIZES UNIFORMS - PANT SUITS SMOCKS MEN'S JACKt 1 5 gnoe-lievable Savings on All Your Uniform Needs SALE PANT SUITS $fi?8 si? 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