Echoes-Sentinel from Warren Township, New Jersey on January 2, 1986 · Page 12
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E-12 ECHOES-SENTINEL, THURSDAY. JAN. 2,1986 - r CAROLYN WOLFE and JAMES MORRISON Carolyn Wolfe is the bride of MR AND MRS. BRADLEY HUSCH Darlene Squire is married to James Morrison Bradley Husch Carolyn Ann Wolfe of Bcrnards- ville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Wolfe Jr. of Hcrkimer, N.Y.. was married on Saturday, Sept. 28, to James Patrick Morrison Jr. of Bcrnardsville, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morrison of Winthrop, Mass. The ceremony was performed by (he Rev. Leo B. Collins at the Gladstone Methodist Church, Gladstone. A reception followed at Sara Kay Memorial Hall in Pcapack. Barbara J. Wolfe of Phoenix, N.Y. was her sister's maid of honor. Susan K. Wolfe of Sherburne. NY., also a sister of the bndc, was the bridesmaid. Lawrence Maloney of Hingman, Mass, served as best man. Ushers were Arthur Murphy of Dorchester, Mass, and Musa Marashi of Matawan. The bride, who will retain her name, is a graduate of Herkimer High School. She received her bachelor's degree in mathematics and psychology from Clarkson University and her master's degree in psychology from Pennsylvania State University. She is a consultant at Human Performance Associates in Mendham. The bridegroom attended Boston College High School and Boston College. He is a manager of custom software development at AT&T Information Systems. Following a wedding trip to Nantucket, the couple resides in Bernards- v.lle. Darlcnc Squire, daughter of Mr. Donald Squire and the late Marguerite Squire, was married on Sept. 21 to Bradley Husch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Husch of Westfield. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dr. Jeffrey R. Wampler at» the Presbyterian Church of Westfield. A reception followed at L'affaire- Mountainside. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by her sister, Donna Platt, as her matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Donna Husch and Cheri Pate, sisters of the bridegroom. Jeff Pate served as best man and Glen Kehler and Jim Kinsella were ushers. The bride is a graduate of Watchung Hills Regional High School and the University of Delaware with a bachelor's degree in dietetics. She is employed by the Silver Lake Nursing Home in Staten Island as a dietitian. The bridegroom is a graduate of Westfield High School and the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park. He is employed by the Lake Edge Restaurant in Watchung as a saute chef. After a wedding trip to Vermont, the couple is residing in Garwood. Dr. Carol Gosnell is married to Dr. Robert W. Niegisch Dr. Carol Ann Gosnell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Gosnell of Rock Springs, Wyo., was married on Saturday. Oct. 5, to Dr. Robert Walter Niegisch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Niegisch of Watchung. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dr. Winfield J. Devonshire at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Hershcy, Pa. A reception followed at Town and Country Restaurant in HummeUtown. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Susan Hall of Edison was the maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Pamela Wright of Yuba, Calif, and Martha Politsch of Biloxi, Miss., sisters of the bride. Karen Niegisch of New Haven. Conn., sister of the bridegroom, and Orlanda Singher of Springfield. Jennifer Wright, niece of the bride, was the flower girl Dr. Keith McDaniel of Fort Collins, Colo., served as best man. Ushers were Fred Bull of Fayettcville, Pa., Stephen Nimmo of Pittsburgh. Dr. Russell Oakley of Hershey, and Dr. Lawrence Patterson of Columbus, Ohio. Michael Wright, the bride's nephew, was the ring bearer. The bride is a graduate of Gettysburg College and Creighton Universi- >•.. * ,** • DRS. ROBERT AND CAROL NIEGISCH ty Medical School. Omaha, Neb. The bridegroom graduated from Gettysburg College and Milton M. Hershcy Medical School of Pennsylvania Slate University. Both are second year residents in the Family Practice Program at Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, Pa. Following a wedding trip to St. Thomas, the couple is residing in Lancaster. SEMI-ANNUAL 1 12. PRICE STARTS MONDAY, DECEMBER 30th SORRY • NO EXCHANGES • CHARGES OR REFUNDS Hours: 9-5:30 WOMEN & CHILDREN'S APPAREL FAR HILLS CENTER FAR HILLS, N.J. 234-0820 MRS. CHRISTOPHER BANKS Melissa Horton marries Christopher Banks Melissa Jane Horton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Horton of Bernardsville and Sea Girt, was married on Saturday. Dec. 28, to Christopher Scott Banks, the son of Mrs. Daniel T. Kingsley of Potomac, Md., and the late Robert Banks. The Rev. Dr. J. Calvin K. Jackson and the Rev. Dr. William H. Felmelh performed the ceremony at the Basking Ridge Presbyterian Church. A reception followed at the Madison Hotel, Convent Station. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by her sisler, Mrs. Sarah McGrath of Somcrville, as her matron of honor. The bridesmaids were Lynne Banks of Minneapolis, Minn., Courtney Banks of Potomac, Md.. Cameron Banks of Potomac, all sisters of the bridegroom, Susan Stirling of Wcstfield, cousin of the bride, and Linda Campbell of Winooski. Vt. The bride wore her mother's wedding gown of candlelight satin. Her father is a former administrator with the federal Environmental Protection Agency. Daniel T. Kingsley of Potomac, stepfather of the bridegroom, served as best man. The ushers were Christopher Kingsley of Bethesda, Md., Blake Kingsley of Bethesda, Md.. Peter Horton of Danbury, Conn., and John Horton of Roxbury, Conn., both brothers of the bride, and Robert Lynch of Bethesda. The bride is a graduate of Bernards High School and Hampshire College. She is attending the University of Maryland Graduate School. The bridegroom is a graduate of Landon School and the University of Oregon. He is the president of Banks Development. Real Estate. Following a wedding trip to Switzerland, the couple will reside in Kensington, Md. MRS. WERNER JENZER Mary Fitzgerald is wed to Werner Jenzer Mary Ellen Fitzgerald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Fitzgerald of Warren, was married on Oct. 12 to Werner Jenzer, son of Mrs. Beatrix Jenzer of Hollywood, Fla. The ceremony was performed at Our Lady of the Mount Church in Warren with Monsignor Richard Bchl officiating. A reception followed at the Sulphur Springs Inn in Berkeley Heights. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Noreen Fitzgerald, sister of the bride, was the maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Donna Manganelli of North Plainfield. Wilma Jean Wcntz of High Bridge, and Gcraldine Kowalczuk of Alpha. Anthony Jenzer. brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. Ushers were Thomas Fitzgerald of Flemington, Chad Fitzgerald and Lance Corporal James H. Fitzgerald of Warren, all brothers of the bride. The bride is a graduate of Watchung Hills Regional High School and is employed by the United National Bank in Branchburg. The bridegroom is employed by C. R. Bard in Murray Hill. After a wedding trip to Bermuda, the couple is residing in North Plainfield. Rap group to meet New Expectations, a single adult rap group with more than 200 participants, gathers at 8 p.m. every Friday at the Morristown Unitarian Fellowship. 812 Normandy Heights Road. Morristown, for a full evening of sociability, food, dancing, and rap groups. The cost is $6. Call 540-1177 for further information. Academy of St. Elizabeth Convent, I\.J. Catholic Private College Prep School Girls'Grade 9-12 ENTRANCE EXAMINA TION Sat., Jan. 11,1986 940 A.M. Call to register by Thura., Jan. 9 Fee $10.00 ' 539-1600 Ext. 309 or 311 School admits girls of any race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin. ANSON NEWTON For Ladies and Their Gentlemen HALF PRICE WINTER SALE continues on most Ladies' and Men's Traditional Clothing 9:30-5:30 P.M.; MON.-SAT. on the High Road (Route 202) Between Morristown & Bernardsville, N.J. 539-1117 $50.00 MINIMUM FOR CREDIT CARDS CASH A CHECKS ACCEPTED NO STORE CREDITS ACCEPTED AARP to meet Jan. 13 The American Association of John A. Tarantino of Merrill Retired Persons (AARP) will meet Lynch will speak on safe invest- at 1:30 pm. on Monday, Jan. 13 at theYMCAinSomerville. ments ' Following the business meeting. Refreshments will be served. WARD HOMESTEAD A residence for the elderly where life is a stimulating experience For a lour and information call 201-762-5050 Ward Homestead, 125 Bay&en Ave., Mapleuwci, N.J. 07040 MIDWINTER SALE! further reduction in: suits • outerwear blouses • selected sportswear dresses • selected accessories Winter Hours: Tues.-Sat 10-5 closed Monday 3 Olcott Square Bernardsville • major credit cards • parking in rear • Free Alterations on non-sale items 953-0489 eastern CLOTHING OUTLET Distributors of Women's Fashions DOOR BUSTERS *32 «P Jackets Wool Jackets,-& Coats *89 Suits & Presses Blouses & Shirts *9 "P Sweaters */ up Skirts & Pants *10 "P Turtleneeks *2 U P Jeans Co-ordinated Groups • Petite Oept. • Bali Bras !!§•••• VALUABLE COUPON •••••£ «S.OO of f ANY PURCHASE of $30 or more with tins coupon, cannot lx j combined with iiny other offer. Valid thru Jan. 7. 1986 NR •••••••••••••••••••I INDIVIDUAL FITTING ROOMS • PLAY AREA FOR THE KIDS • REFUND IN 7 DAYS CHARGE IT • VISA • MASTER CARD • AMERICAN EXPRESS eastern CLOTHING OUTLET Distributors of Women's Fashions STIRLING I CHESTER 1107 VALLEY RD. (RT. 512) I Jet. RU. 24 & 206. CHESTER MALL Bet. Shoprlte & Valley Mall Pathmark Across from Lanson's Turkey Farm 647-6320 • S79-S312 OPEN DAILY 10 to 9 • SATURDAY TIL 6:30 • SUNDAY 12 to 5

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