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   Syracuse Herald Journal (Newspaper) - April 16, 1967, Syracuse, New York                               ft I 46 SYRACUSE April 1M7 F L'- I Newlyweds T will live in Cicero Following a two-week hon- eymoon through southern Mr. and Mrs. Emllio Salvatore Tassone will reside in Cicero. The couple was re- cently married in the Cathe- dral of the Immaculate Con- f ception by the Rev. Joseph Champlin. Miss Peggy Joan the brida is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Woodworth of Phoenix. Her husband's par- ents are Mr. and Mrs. Emilio P. Tassone of Liverpool. vSister of the Miss Barbara Ann was maid of honor. Bridesmaids Miss Sandra Low Wood- Miss Josephine Tas- Miss Susan Tassone and Jliss Salome Purple. Flower girl was Michele Mondo. Nicodaimi Tassone was best man for his brother. Ushers were Saverlo Mi- chael Robert Tas- sone and Samuel Tassone. Jsoeph Anthony Tassone was ring bearer. bride wore an empire waist gown with a chapel train. Her cascade of white roses was centered with a orchid i Lyons Falls V is home j Hitters and Mrs. Gerald Hit- are living in Lyons Falls evince .returning from a skiiag to Whiteface Mountain. couple were married re- cently in the Forest Presbyte- rian Church of Lyons Falls. -The Frank A. O'Hara of- ficiated at the double ring cer- emony. A reception was held the Parish House. bride is the former Ifiss M. daughter of Jfr. and Mrs. Daniel Bauer of The bridegroom is the of Mr. and Mrs. Homer J. Ritter of Syracuse. f- T The bride was gowned for her wedding in white silk with a matching both ap- pliqued with lace and seed pearls. Bfer MI length silk il- lusion veil was held by a crys- tal headpiece. She wore short white gloves and carried a rascade of ste- phanotis and English Maid of was Miss Ro- Carpenter. Bridesmaids were Miss Lois sister of the and Mrs. David '.'Field. Donald A. Davis was best man. Ushers were H. Timothy Fitzgerald and David Field. A .cousin of the brid Ralph was soos The bride is a graduate of .South Lewis High School She .is employed by the Gould Pa- per Division Georgia-Paci- fic Corp. in Lyons as a The bridegroom is a Syra- cuse University and received his B.S. degree in pulp and paper technology. He is also employed by the Gould Paper Division of in man Arnone Studio MRS. EMILIO TASSONE UBS. RICHARD FARNHAM Southern setting for rites .Richard A. Farnham of Hannibal was married ly to Miss Norina Gray Mc- in New North Carolina. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. L. E. Lugar in Riverside Methodist Church. Mrs. Farnham is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross McMillen of New Bern. Her husband's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Farnham of Han- nibal. Miss Trisia Sanford was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Sharon Misi Diane Miss Debbie sister of the bride- and Miss Vicky Lee. Donna McMillen was flower girl for her sister. Dan Griffin was best man. Ushers were Stephen Hall and Larry Adamy. The bride wore an empire gown of peau de sole. She car- ried a bouquet of daisy chry- santhemums centered with roses. A graduate of New Bern High Mrs. Farnham attended Hardbargers Busi- ness College in N.C. Her husband graduated from Hannibal Central High School and served for four years in the U. S. Marine Corps. RICHARD DETOTO IN PERSON DIRECT FROM ENGLAND n i PETER vMerncrtionofty renowned hoir- styfist ondl o ninv fitne winner of the coveted Grow rrix Award of Hoir DesSgn. His hot been end ptoven in cowpelilSom and wtem Ifco worW indudbs North Irdcmd arid ScofJondL MONDAY APRIL 214k I IIUIIIUOH Beany ocnra m Tbdtil Studio MRS. J. T. WEBSTUK Miss Coon marries airman A ceremony Saturday in St James Church united Miss Kathleen .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd C. 140 Fiscoe and Airman S.C.James T. Bloom- field son of Mr. and Mrs. George T. Webster. The Websters are former resi- dents of Syracuse. The Rev. Edward J. Swee- ney heard the exchange of t Maid honor Mise Patricia Cleveland attended the bride. The bridegroom's Wil- liam was best man. Edward brother of the was usher. The bride wore a street length A-line dress of silk bro- cade with matching coat A matching pillbox held her illu- sion veil. She carried a prayer book with roses end carna- tions. Following a luncheon in the Yates a reception was held in the bride's home. The bride is a graduate of the Onondaga Valley Academy and the Powelson Business In- stitute. The bridegroom grad- uated from Surrattsville High Md. He at- tended Cape Cod Community The oxide has been employed by the J. and F. B. Garrett Co. The bridegroom wifl be sta- tioned at the Warren Air Force Base in and the couple plan to live on the base during his service there. Goodales are wed in Minetto Our Lady of Perpetual Help was the ting Saturday for the mar- riage of Miss Mary Ann Ma- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Os- and Harold J. son of Mrs. Dora Scriba and Henry Fulton. Rev. William H. MersfeWer performed the dou- ble ring The bride wore a gown of peso de sole and Aten- con lace with detachable train falling from the shoulders. Her fingertip veil of silk illu- sion was held by a cascade of petals accented with crystals and pearls. She carrtai a white missal with an orchid. Mrs. Dolores Cross was ma- tron of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Ber- nfce sister-in-law of the tnd.Miss Helen sisier of the bride- groom. Best man was Andrew Ma- iambri. Ushers were Fred Ma- lambri and Joseph Ptapparo. a I f vows exchan Following marriage Saturday in Holy Family and Ult. Dennic G. Samara art taking a trip to i The the former Uiss Nancy Elaine ii the daughter ef Mr. and Mn. Gil- bert R. Cayuga. Her husband it the ion of Mr. and Mn. Gerald A. Au- burn. The Rev. N. N. Duffy offi- ciated. The bride wore a gown of nylon sheer accented with Chantilly lace. A crown of seed pearls held her veil of il- lusion net. Her Mrs. John Paul Halsey of was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Roger Granger and Mrs. Leslie Granger. Best man was Kevin Bryant. Ushers were Paul Granger and Michael Surace. The a graduate of Un- ion Springs Central is employed by the General Electric Auburn. Her hus- who also is associated with General Electric Co. in is a graduate of Holy Family High School and served in the U.S. Army. HAWELKA-CRAWFORD Sacred Heart Church in Au- burn was the setting for Satur- day's marriage of Miss Cathe- rine E 1 i z a b e t h daughter of Mr. Thp- mas E. Crawford of and William F. son of Mrs. Helen Hawelka and the late Mr. Joseph Hawelka of Auburn. The Rev. Raymond J. pastor of Sacred Heart officiated. The papal blessing was bestowed upon.. the couple. The bride's gown was de- signed and fashioned by her Jack Crawford of Scitu- Mass. It was made of French imported peau de ange lace over white silk delustered with full cathedral train. Miss- Linda of was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Laurie Miss Sue Miss Sandy Pam- and Miss Patti Byrne. Joseph brother of the .was man. Ushers were Robert' Thomas Crawford John and Mi- chael Keefe. Carolyn Craw- ford was flower girl. The bride Is an alumna of Central High School and Plus Calculator and Keypunch Syracuse. Tie bride- groom Is an alumnus of Our Lady of Mount GannelHigh School in Auburn and operates Auburn Unit Parts. CAJN-RECH Most 'Holy Rosary Church was the setting for Saturday's marriage of Miss Donna Jean daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald 211 ta- marack and Desmond Joseph Cain son of Mr. and Mrs. Desmond Cain 324 Grant Ave. The Rev. Richard P. sette officiated. The bride wore a floor length gown of organza over with an English net cape. Her elbow length silk il- lusion veil was attached to a cluster of lace flowers and a matching organza bow. She carried miniature carnations and white and yellow sweetheart roses intertwined with ivy. Miss Carol Hawks was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Anne cousin of the Mrs. Mary Margar- et sister of the bride- and Miss Jerry Lee Bell. Richard brother of the was best Ushers were Cyril broth- er of the Dana brother of the James brother- in-law of the and Kevin brother ef the bride. The Is a cf Liverpool High School and Cronse-Irving School of Nurs- ing. She is employed in the coronary care unit of Grouse- Irving Hospital. The bridegroom is a gradu- ate of Christian Brothers Aca- attended State Univer- sity College at and is employed by General Motors Ttarnstedt Division. Hie marriage ef Miss Lil- lian Doris daughter of Mr. and Mn. Harvey E. to John Freder- ick son of Mr. cod Mrs. Harold J. also of took place Dr. FJoyd E. Gaffes heard the exchange of vows in La- Fayefte Avenue Methodist Houee of Hlfl MRS. DENNIS SAMARA w MRS. J. F. G gouge cf Hill MRS. WILLIAM HAWELKA MRS. DESMOND CAIN JR. Best man Thalmann-Kalina for couple nuptials celebrated in Vietnam Our Lady of Solace Church was the setting for the mar- riage Saturday of Miss Patri- cia Ellen Miller to Ronald F. Chrostowski. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Jeremiah McCarthy of- ficiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Mill- 141 Mosley Dr. The- bride- groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis 303 McKenney Mattydale. The bride wore a daisy- bedecked cage of imported or- ganza. A crown of white vi- olets clustered with pearls and crystals held her and she carried a crescent bouquet. x Miss Donna maid of hon- or. Bridesmaids were Miss Anno Miss Joanne Has and Miss Irene' Chios- sister of the bride- groom. Robert Steves was proxy best man for PFC. Gary who is stationed in Vietnam. Ushers were Tim- othy Michael Hensen and Michael Maraftao. Die bride is graduate of St. Vincent de Paul High School. She attended LeMoyne College. Ibe bridegroom is a graduate el North Syracuse High School and the State University of New York at MomsvUle. He is a technician with Carrier Corp. A nuptial Mass in Sacred Heart Church yesterday unit- ed in marriage Miss Elaine Lorraine daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Kali- na of and Francis Cregg son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Thalmann of Oswego. Officiating was the Rev. Robert Handlin of Holy Family Oiurch in Fulton. Jewelled peau d'ange lace trimmed the bride's A-line or- ganza gown. She wore a bouf- fant silk illusion veil hold by a double princess crown of pearls and aurora and carried daisies and ste- phanotis. Miss Leona sister of the was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Mary Lou another Miss Susan Thalmann and Miss Linda sisters of the Mrs. Karen and Miss Julienne Ranallo. Robert Hall was best man. Ushers were Robert David Edward Patrick and Charles Bernhard. A wedding buffet served in me Hutdtin- 900 House on Onondafa fliU Hie a fraduite of West Genesee is em- ployed by the Merchants tional Bank and trust Co. as secretary to Warren L. senior vice president an alumnus Sienna is assistant manager of the Regional Mar- ket Office of the Merchants National Bank and Trust Co. Hie couple wfll live in North Syracuse. MBS. F. CREGG live iri _P LoPrestis MRS. CHROSTimsM announce engagement Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. 104 Gulf Camil- announce the engagtment of their Miss Rose- mary to John A. son of Dr. and Mrs. Antonio G. OnepnU. Miss LoPresti is a graduate of West Genesee High School She is a student at State Uni- versity Potsdam. Her fiance is a gradaate of Clarkson College ef Technolo- gy. He to employed by Air- borne Instruments Laborato- Deer as an electrical engineer. Grad students plan nuptials The bride wore a gown of Chantilly a Jace crown and bouffant veil and carried carnations and roses. Mrs. Robert Arnold was ma- tron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mass Linda Hapeman and Miss Ydande PrildwrtL The bride's Laura Mc- was flower gjrl Best nan was Robert arid. Ushers were Harold E. the bridegroom's and Iffliam lloyd. Both the bride and ner band graduated front Cato- Mcriate Central School She is emiAoud by G. C. Murphy Syracose tfiuTersily gradu- ate Mtes Elysa M. of 111 Croly St and Richard E. Bceoe of 311 crly ATE. tiflj be married in Niagara Falb ic September. Annooncement of ihe pic's engagement was made by the bdfcelecfs Hr. and Mrs. S. Oletrczyk of Niagara Her fiance is the son of Mn and Mrs. Richard T. Reece of formerly of Bing- hamton. Miss Olearczyk is a ate of State University College at where she received a B.S. degree in eda- is a raasler's didafe in Use wfeaa leader preparation She is affiliated with the Board of Education sports and played varsity bat- cotmtinf He is a candidate for a master's ia per- sonnel MRS. J. GOOD ALE teaches sixth grade at Sey- moar School. Her fiance graduated from LeMoyne College where be Co. He Is an employe of received a B.A. degree in v Jfr. and Brace E. Hun- ter are living in DeWitt since their return from a wedding trip to the Grand Bahama Is- land. They were married April 8 in Liverpool Methodist Church with the Rev. Hilton Jefferson officiating. Hie bride is the former Miss Dianne Janice daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley R. Swanson of town. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Hun- ter of Plaxdale Liver- pool. The bride wore a formal sheath gown of white satin with lace trim. A lace covered medallion held her bouffant il- lusion veil. Matron of honor was William F. Rood of Lysander. Bridesmaids were Miss Jeanne Bitson of and Miss Gail Robinson of Johnstown. Best man was Richard Bur- dick of day. Ushers were Ri- chard A. Swanson and Robert A. brothers of the bride. Toe bride Is employed as ex- ecutive secretary by Flah 6 Company. Her husband is ployed as safes representative for Damac Cash Register Company. A reception took place in Drumtins Country Club. v Area SU student plan rites Mr. and Mrs. Archibald of Iff Fayetfe BtaL announce the engagement of iheir Miss Sylvia to Robert Mi- chael son of Mr. and Mrs. AI Leento ef Long Beach. Miss Medfrck a graduate of Nottingham High School and attended Pmfcon Bwi- Institute. She is employ- ed by the Aetaa and Surety Go. fiance received both Ms 4Mr Miss Nichols 4 is wed in Holy Rosary The marriage of Miss San- dra Sue daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles 336 Kensington to Patrick John Howley son of Mr. and Patrick Howley S. Geddes took place April 8. The Walter Denero officiated in Most Holy Rosary Church. U The bride wore a floor length gown of Chantilly a crystal crown with bouffant veil and tarried white roses. Miss Rosemary Musengo was maid of honor Brides- maids were Miss Jill the bride's sister. Miss Linda the bridgeroom's sis- Miss Donna Mrs.' Paulette Zerrillo and Miss Sally Lounsbury. Best man was John KovaL Ushers were Edward the bride's Larry Ni- chols and Scott Paul Koval and Richard Alfonsettt. Following a reception in the Fayetteviile the couple left for a trip to the Pocono Mountains. _ They will make their home in Eastwood. Both the bride and her band are employed by Gen- eral Electric She attended Central High School. He at- tended Blodgett Voci High School MRS. P. JT. HOWLET Iff Miss Fox to wed in August Mrs. Doris Fox of IK May Ave. announces the engage- ment of her daagfcter. Miss Carol to David son of Mr and Mrs. Arthor Ftariong of JH teneoa JCst Fex is abe the daagifer of the late Edward L. Fox- Miss Fox graduated from Central High School and State College at Oswego. She is employed ai a teacher in ihe Chenango Forks School Daslaict. Her fiance graduated from Solvay High School and Syra- cose University. He is employ- ed as art acoustical physicist for tfw Ktvy at Jobas- lake place Tlie in Franklin Engine Co. counting. He was active In MISS ELYSE OLEAtCZTK 0i Ii INVITATIONS ttynavt in HWINIX ntiss WBBNBIg I f T   

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