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   Delaware County Daily Times (Newspaper) - March 17, 1973, Chester, Indiana                              Worrilow, Wojs CHESTED Mr. and Mrs. -Thomas H. Worrilow, .933 St., have announced the .engagement of their daughter, Marie, to David Joseph Wojs, son of Mrs. Dorothy 2912 Knight Place, -Chester, and -Mr. William -Wojs of Eddy-stone. --The couple graduated from High School. Miss Worrilow is attending West Chester State College. Her flarice is employed by the City -'of Chester Fire Department. Richards, Kauffman Mrs. Audrice Richards of Bellflower, Calif., announced the engagement of her daughter Cynthia Gayle to Ronald A. Kauffman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Kauffman, 39 Letitia Lane, Upper Providence. The was graduated from Ridley High School and attends Gerritos College, Norwalk, Calif. Mr. Kauffman, a graduate of Penncrest High School, i1 a staff sergeant in the Ai> Force. DIANE M. WORRILOW CYNTHIA RICHARDS Buchy, Kauffmau Mr. and Mrs. Edward' T. Budiy Jr. of Austin, Ark., announce tihe" engagement of their daughter Helen Ann to Roger Lee Kauffman, 39 Letitia Lane, Upper Providence. -The bride elect, who attended Rose' Tree Media Schools, was graduated from .Cabot High School.; She is employed as a- secretary by Machine Co., Media.- Mr. Kauffman, a graduate of Penncrest High School, will graduate in May from Delaware County Community. College. They plan to marry June 30 in Little Rock, Ark. Kue UPPER CHICKESTBR Mr. and Mrs. John Galbraith Ave., have announced 'the engagement of their daughter, Jeanne Marie to Robert W. Rue, Jr., of Mcs1. Alice Rue, 2644 Central; Ave. Miss, DiCecco is employed in the .Research and Development Debt, at Sun "Oil Co. Her fiance is also employed by Sun Oil Co. June wedding is planned. HELEN A. BUCHY JEANNE M. DI CECCO GLENN IBEN LINDA ELLIS Ellis, Lben .RIDLEY TOWNSHIP Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Ellis, 340 Amosland Road. IHoknes, have announced the engagement of their daughter, _Lmda Susan, to Glenn A. Iben of Pittsburgh, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Iben of Beaver Falls. Ellis was graduated from Ridley High School, attended F r a n k 1 i n and Marshall College, and is now attending the University of Pittsburgh. Her fiance is a graduate of Beaver Fall Hall School and and Marshall College. He attends the University of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine. A July 7 wedding is planned. OLGA GEWORK1AN Everett, Koeliler RUTLEDGE Mr. and 'Mrs. Thomas L. Everett, 1229 Swarthmore Ave., have anounced the engagement of their daughter, Ramona Louise to Timothy Paul Koeliler, sou of Mr. Murray J. Koehler Jbf Erie and the late Mrs. Koehler. 'Miss Everett was graduated from Ridley High School, and plans to graduate from Edinboro State College in May. Her fiance was graduated from High School, Erie, and is employed by the Lake Shore Wholesale Lumber Co. JANE ROSSNEY Geworkian, Leake UPPER DARBY The engagement of Olga Geworkian to David W. Leake lias been announced. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Geworkian, 224 Hunbley Road, Upper Darby, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leake, 1923 Meetinghouse Road, Boothwyn. The couple attend West Chester State College. Miss Geworkian graduated from Philadelphia High School Tor Girls. Her fiance is a graduate of Chichester High School. Rossney, Schlauch RIDLEY PARK Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Rossney, 210 Rodney Road, have announced the engagement of tlieir daughter, Jane, to Martin Schlauch of Bricktown, N.J.- Mr, and Mrs. Herman schlauch of Bricktown, N.J. A graduate of Ridley Township Senior High School and Goldey Junior College, Miss'.Rossney is' an executive secretary at General Electric, Valley Forge. Her fiance was graduated 'from Brick Township High School and Lehlgh University. He i ,s employed as a mechanical engineer f o r Westmghouse. A September wedding is planned. Murphy, Kackur SPRINGFIELD Mr. and Mrs. William P, Murphy, 409 f -E. Springfield Road, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Kathleen, to Robert Kachur, son' of Mr. and Mrs. John Kachur, of i_ McKeesport.: The couple.are seniors at Drexel University. Miss Murphy is a graduate of Cardinal O'Hara liigh School. 1. Her fiance was graduated I .from Serra High School, he is'employed by E.I. Dupbnt Co., Wilmington, Del. A June 30 wedding is planned. MARK ENGEL and INGRID SIKES Sikes, Engel Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Sikes of Clinton, T e n n. h a v e announced the engagement of their daughter, Ingrid, to Mark Engel of Oak Ridge, Tenn., son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Engel, 52 Snyder Lane, Springfield. Miss Sikes is employed as a dental assistant- in Oak Ridge. iMiv .Engle was-, graduated from' Illinois Carbondale, and is in the news department WBIR TV and raido-station-.: in Knoxville. Tenn. The wedding is planned for-; June. 16 in Oak Ridge. KATHLEEN.M. MURPHY RAMONA EVERETT Smith, Carney MIDDLETOWN _ Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Lehr, 125 S. Pennell Road, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Debra Constance, to Gerald James Carney, son of and Mrs. Hugh Carney, 3129 Sterling Ave., Claymoiit, ..'Miss Smith is a graduate of .Penncrest High School and .45 employed by the Southeast "National Bank, Concordville. Her fiance is a graduate of High School and is by Phoenix Steel Co., Claymont. A Sept. 15 wedding is planned. Mikul, O'Brien LOWER CHICHESTBR Mr. and Mrs. Reuben W. Mikul, 1539 Huddle Ave. have announced the engagement of their daughter, Patricia Ann, to Cole R. O'Brien, son of Mrs. Jule O'Brien, 3400 W. 9th St., Trainer, and the late Mr. Walter O'Brien. The couple graduated from Chichester High School. .Miss Mikul is employed by Ship.'N Shore. Mr. O'Brien is in the Army, stationed at Fort Dix, N. J. DEBRA C. SMITH Scattergood.) Robinson NORWOOD Mr and Mrs. William K. Scattergood, 615 Seneca Ave., have announced the engagement of their i daughter Eileen to James J. Robinson. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Robinson. 212 Glendale Road, Wallingford. The future bride was graduated from the School of the Holy Child; the School of Nursing, Fitzgerald-Mercy Division, Mercy Catholic Medical Center, .and is a registered nurse on the staff of the hospital. Robinson was graduated from Monsignor Bonner High School; attended Temple University 'and Mt. San -EILEEN "SCATTERGOOD Anfonio California. He is golf professional at Paxon Hollow Country Club. CHERYL D. EROH PATRICIA ANN MIKUL Eroh, Collins ASTON The engagement of Cheryl D. Eroh to Robert V. Collins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Cole of Parkside Floyd Collins of Marietta, Ga., is announced by her mother, Mrs. Phyllis B. Eroh of Woodbrook. Miss Eroh also is the daughter of Earl S. Eroh of Wallingford. The bride-elect graduated from Sun Valley High School' and Temple University School of Dental Hygiene. Her fiance, a graduate of Media High School, is a Navy Hospital Corpsman 1. C. stationed in New London, Conn. A candlelight wedding is planned April 28. MARTA J. SISSONS, Moulder, Turner UPPER CHIC-HESTER Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Moulder, Jr., 2614 Sharpless Ave., have announced the engagement of tlieir daughter, Kathleen Margaret to Kenneth Lee Turner. The bridegroom-elect's parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Turner, R.D. 5, Box 201, Dover, Del. Miss Moulder Is a graduate of Chichester High School and is a secretary for the Presbyterian Ministers' Fund Life Insurance Co. Her fiance attended Collingdale High School and is with the Navy aboard the U.S.S. Savannah, Norfolk, Va. Sissons, Wagner SHARON HILL Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Sissons, 235 Felton Avenue, announce the engagement of their daughter, Marta Janine to John James Wagner. He is the son of Mrs. Anne Wagner, 20.Tenby Road, Havertown and Donald Wagner, Huntington Valley. Miss Sissons is a graduate pf Sharon Hill High School and is attending Delaware "county Community College. ;Mr. Wagner is a graduate of Haverford High School, and is, assistant manager for Morse Inc. West" Seneca New York. A June wedding is planned. Harrold, Hazlett RIDLEY TOWNSHIP The engagement of Patricia Harrold to James Hazlett Jr. has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rolin 'Harrold of 504 Monta Vista Ave., Folsom. Mr. and Mrs. Hazlett of 105 Bridge Road, Ridley Park are the parents of the bridegroom.- elect. Miss Harrold and her fiance are both graduates of. Ridley High School. She is employed as a secretary by the First Pennsylvania Bank in Philadelphia and he is a carpenter with B.J. Powell, Contractor, in Ridley Park. PATRICIA HARROLD Sisler, Morrison 'Mr. and Mrs. George Sisler, Jr., .of Rochester, N.Y. have announced the engagement of their daughter, Susan Elizabeth, .-to Christopher H; Morrison, :son of Mrs, Phillips L. Morrison, Jr., 903 M t, H o 1 y o k e Swarthmore. The couple are students at Alfred University. A June 23 wedding it planned. ANN YERG MOULDER Yei'g, Walton The engagement of Ann Yerg to Richard Walton of Milmont Park, Ri dl e y Township, has been announced by her. parents, Mr and Mrs. Lindley Yerg of State College. .Mr. Walton is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence R. Walton Jr. of MUmont Park. Miss Yerg is- a graduate of State College High School and Clarion State College. She is a graduate student at; Penn State University. Mr. Walton, who is. also a graduate student at the university, graduated from Ridley High School and the University of Delaware. A September wedding is planned. SUSAN SISLER Brodersen, Spancake MEDIA Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Passmore Howard, 74 Forge Road, have announced the engagement of Mrs. Howard's daughter, Pamela Ann Brodersen, to Michael Warren Spancake, son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Harding Spancake qf Palmyra. Miss Brodersen is: also the daughter of the late Mr. 'Randall Eldridge Brodersen, Both Brodersen- .and Mr. Spancake are graduates of the Pennsylvania State University. Mr. Spancake is attending the University of Pennsylvania School of veterinary medicine. A June wedding is planned. PAMELA A. BRODERSEN; Earnest, Rigby Harrison RIDLEY TOWNS-HIP The engagement of Donna Marie Lauletta to Robert Paul Harrison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Harrison of Phila- delphia, Has been announced by her mother, Mrs. Sophia Lauletta, 521 Swarthmore Ave., Folsom. The bride-elect is also'the daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Lauletta. Miss Lauletta was graduated from Ridley High School, and attended PMC Colleges. She is employed by the Media Clinic. Her fiance was graduated from West Catholic High School for Boys, and also attended PMC Colleges. lie is eniplo3'ed by Horn and Hardart Co., Philadelphia. Announcements of events involving an element of chance, such as bingo, raffles, penny party, Monte 1 Carlo night, etc., will not.be published in Times because of postal regulations prohibiting their use. The wedding of Marjorie Lois Rigby to John Joseph Earnest 3rd took place March 10 in Media Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Robert Keset and the Rev. Thomas Walsh officiating. The couple's parents are Mrs. J. Nelson of 1 W. Baltimore Ave., Media and the late Mr. Rigby and Mrs. John Earnest of 1303 N. Longacre Yeadon, and the late Mr. Earnest. J. Nelson Rigby Jr. gave his sister in marriage. The bride wore an empire A-line gown pf Satapeau and Alehcon lace a crown neckline, fitted sleeves and chape] train. A Camelot cap held her matching lace mantilla and bouffant veils. She carried a styJed cascade of stanburst pompons, Zarina sweetheart roses and spoon chrysanthemums. Mrs. George A.-Bradley Jr. matron of honor. Sfie a .coffee chiffon gown' with contrasting satin trim. Bridemaids were Mrs. Hugh i R. Meixell, Mrs. William C..1 Rigby 3rd and MM. Marie' Dombroskie. Their gowns; were apricot chiffon. Edward Cahill was best man. Following a reception in tile 1 Drexelbrook Club-the couple' made a trip to St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. They will live in .'Springfield. A graduate of Media" High School and Rider Colleae Trenton, N.J., the bride is secretary, to the principal of Marple Newtown School a graduate W S West Catholic High School for ls employed i by The Evening   

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