Echoes-Sentinel from Warren Township, New Jersey on March 28, 1985 · Page 21
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>oafcK V fcK-l Kltttipst.— L, IHLKSUA* , MAKl H Z», rage five, Second Section MR. AND MRS. DAVID ALLEN Mary Brigid Waldron, daughter of Mrs. Thomas F. Waldron of Bernardsville and the late Thomas F. Waldron, former Mayor of Bernardsville, was married on Feb. 9 to David Joseph Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen of Gladstone. The ceremony was performed at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church in Bernardsville. A reception followed at the Twombly Vanderbilt Mansion, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison. Suzanne Rochat served as maid of honor with Michael Hoppe as best man. The couple are graduates of Bernards High School. The bride is a graduate of Boston College. Newton, Mass., and is employed with ARA Services, Inc. Fairleigh Dickinson University as the catering director. Mr. Allen is a graduate of Lebanon Valley College, Annville, Pa., and is employed as a supervisor for Speadmark, Inc., Secaucus. The couple will live in Morris Plains. LEWIS SNOVER AND CARL A RICE Mr. and Mrs. John C. Rice of Schooley's Mountain announce the engagement of their daughter, Carla Rice, to Lewis Snover, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Snover of Hackettstown. Miss Rice is a graduate of West Morris Central High School and is employed by Amerace Corporation, Hackettstown. Mr. Snover is a graduate of Hackettstown High School and served in the armed forces. He is employed by M&MI Mars, Hackettstown. A fall wedding is planned. JACQUELINE WARD Dr. and Mrs. John M. Ward of Watchung have announced the engagement of their daughter, Jacqueline Mary Ward, to Robert Durston Sanford, son of Mrs. Ann H. Brown of Littleton, Colo. Miss Ward, an alumna of the Kent Place School, Summit, is a senior at Colgate University. She will pursue graduate studies in psychology. Mr. Sanford, who was graduated from Colgate University, studies law and business at Syracuse University. No wedding date has been set Deborah Santo To Wed Robert Surdan Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Santo of Albequerque, N.M., have announced the engagement of their daughter, Deborah Lynn Santo, to Robert Edward Surdan, son of Mrs. Barbara Surdan of Basking Ridge and the late Herman E. Surdan. The bride-to-be is a graduate of the Southwest Business College in Albequer- que and is employed at Purolator Courier in Basking Ridge. Her fiance is a graduate of Ridge High School and Lehigh University. He is employed at Ethicon, Inc. in Bridgewater. An April wedding is planned. JO ANN HAYES Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hayes of Basking Ridge have announced the engagement of their daughter, Jo Ann Hayes of Chester, to Peter J. Coakley Jr. of Hackettstown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Coakley of Sayreville. Miss Hayes is a graduate of the University of Delaware and is;. employed by The Mennen Company. of Morristown. Her fiance is a graduate of Rutgers University and is employed by Westinghouse Elevator Company of Randolph. A September wedding is planned. Ellen Dorian Engaged To Wed Glenn Majewski Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Darian of Mendham announce the engagement of their daughter, Ellen Darian, to Glenn Majewski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Majewski of Scotch Plains. Miss Darian is a graduate of Mendham High School and Fairleigh Dickinson University in Madison. She is employed in marketing communications by AT&T Network Systems in Morristown. Mr. Majewski is a graduate of Union Catholic High School and Duquesne University, Pittsburgh. He is employed in advertising by the Siemens Corporation, Iselin. A May 1986 wedding is planned. Letters This fM«tp«p*r Invite* MMrt. but Swy mutt b* »>gn«d and Itrtt. Itmr• longar ttan 200 words will to cut. warn demure • dainty • delightful 100% cotton long gown <? with flutter sleeves and delicate ' embroidered trim. <? v Color: white ^ v Sizes: p-m-s-l S7 <7 Reg. $58.00 <v, NOW $39.99 • LOISLOSGO AND TRO Y BLACKMER Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Longo of Chester have announced the engagement of their daughter, Lois Margaret Longo, to Troy James Blackmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Blackmer of Lake Michigan, Mich. Miss Longo is an accounts payable clerk for Ryan Beck and Co. in West Orange. She is a graduate of West Morris Central High School in Washington Township. Mr. Blackmer, who lives in North Plainfield, is a graduate of Farwell (Mich.) High School. He was honorably discharged from the Navy in September and works as a private siding contractor. A June 22 wedding date has been scheduled. Forty Years Celebrated J. Mr. and Mrs. Harold MaxDonaM of Warren recently celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary at the American Legion Hall. The party was given in their honor by their children. THEBEPOT "Area'i t'inenl Gift & Candle Shop" CRANE WEDDING INVITATIONS Personal aminluncr arailable \ Moit.-.Sal. 7t*. mo *^B^V /»•« HI 202 between Morriitown L Bernardsville GAIL BENNETT Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bennett of Basking Ridge have announced the engagement of their daughter, Gail Ellen Bennett, to Richard S. Streeter, the son of Mrs. Eleanor Streeter, also of Basking Ridge, and the late Lindsey Streeter. Both are graduates of Ridge High School. Miss Bennett attends Bloomsburg University in Pennsylvania. Mr. Streeter is the owner of Streeter's Taxidermy. No date has been set for the wedding. Graham Film Presented CLINTON TWP. — A Billy Graham movie, "The Living Word," will be shown in the Clinton Church of the Nazarene at 7 p.m. on Sunday, March 31. The public is invited and there is no charge for admission. The church is on Beavers Avenue in Annandale. MARRIAGE & FAMILY By Nancy Taylor, MSW, CSW IF YOUR SPOUSE GETS INTO LEGAL TROUBLE A major stress that a couple can experience occurs when one partner encounters serious legal trouble. The legal crisis forces the couple to face their difficulties and to reassess their values and priorities in life. Quite often the legal problem reflects a previous life style that was incompatible with marital harmony. One partner may feel betrayed, not to have been told or made aware of certain illegal dealings. While this is understandably upsetting, it also reveals a basic communication breakdown, or lack of trust, that perhaps both partners Were aware of yet felt helpless to remedy. Criminal or illegal activity can be viewed as a compulsive activity that enables one temporarily to escape dealing with difficult personal or marital issues. Those couples who are able to work together at this time may be rewarded by finding each other again. If they can deal with each partner's needs and feelings now they may establish a deeper foundation for their relationship. For other couples, this will be a time to separate and move on from an unsatisfying, unworkable situation. Presented •• a community service by NANCY TAYLOR, MSW, CSW, 8-10 ANDERSON RD., (MARONPOT BLOG.) BERNARDSVILLE, N.J. FOR APPOINTMENT PLEASE CALL 766-1199. Ul \\\Y UN HM-Ss <H WOODS SOU UOOI S IKhMMhMV tnuuum \OI K <>\\ \ uiiw /liOMI nU) MM IIOM) I I « MSIIIM.s \M> DISIIM IIW IVIKKIOKS I IKS. S VI. Ml V\l s Ml I'M • lilt KS lil 9-P.M. Rl. 202 SOI III • I\R III! I S. \ | IP'MI • (2«li 2>4-17JM Friendly Visitors Course Scheduled RARITAN TWP. — A training and 25 from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at the course for Volunteer Friendly Visi- Community Services building, Route tors will be held on April 15, 18, 22 31. HE CLIPULATORL A Combination Clear Acrylic Board . 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