HIE WESTFIELD, (N.J.) LEADER, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1M8
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Wedding IsHeld Of Miss Driscoll, Merrick PrattJr.
Mernick Prqit Jj\,\son of Mr, and
The wedding, took place In Lewls- Saiturday afternoon to Miss Sharon Maj'Je DriscoH.
The ceremony at *toe Sacred Heart Church in Bay Head wae performed by theRsv. Charles A, Bell of little Ferry.
The bride is the daughter ofMr/ and 'Mrs. James Oelcstir.e Driscoll of Rahway and Miantoloking Dunes. Given in marriage by her father, she wore a gown of ivory satin trim- med in Alencon lace,; Her French illusion veil fell from an ivory satin head bow. Shecarried;a bouquet of
Pratt is a student at the
University of Denver, Her father head of the Specialties Division
MRS. JOHN FRANCIS MAHONEY (Fabta Harris)
Humble ptt. BIMI,Brfjpiitf, fy^
Her husband attended WestTieM schools and Is now at Colorado Mountain College, He is the great-
great grandson of Charles Brett who John Mahoney Jr. established Pratt Institute in New
Is Married in
York In 1887. Hkfather Umanager of property taxes and insurance for Chevron OilCo. <
MRS. GEORGE M. RJCHVALSKY (Heather Diane Waldorf)
George Richvalsky, Miss Waldorf Wed At St. Patrick's
Camille M. Busco Becomes Fiancee
Mr. und Mrs. Michael J. Busco of Jfi-meaburg, formerly of Westfield, have announced tlie ongngement oi ihelr daughter, CDinille Marela, to William John Duncan, son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Duncan of MHltown.
Miss Busco was graduated from
Jamesburg High Sclwol Francis Hospital School of
and St. Nursing,
Trenton. She is a i n t h e pudiatric Princeton.
registered nurse department a t
Her fiance is an alumnus of St. Peter's High School, New Bruns- wick, and St. Michael's College, Winooski, Vt He attended Tbe New Jersey College of Medicine in Jersey City and is a research scientist in the rtadiopharniaceutical department of E.R. Squibb and Sons, New Bruns- wick.
be wed.on Oct.
To Be Bride
Debra J.Coumbe Is Bride of Coulter Young III
St, Paul's Olnimh Satunday afternoon, marriage of Miss
w^s the setting Doc. 14, for the
ThomasC. Ooumbe of 630Maple St., to Coulter Dabnoy Young III, son of Mr. and Mrs, Ctouiter D. Young Jr. of 531 Lawrence Ave.
The Rev. Oanon Richard J. Hard- man officiated at t!he wedding cere mony. A reception was held inthe home of the bride's parents.
Laura J. Maish, Frederick Tipson To Wed in June
n>e bride's honor attendant was Miss Pamela Lounsbury. Brides- maids were Miss Susan Brown and Miss Dendse Coumbe, a sister of the bride. Another sister, MSmi Ooumbe, served as flower gird.
Teniy Gass served as best man. Ushering1 were John A. McGeary, Robert Small and tine bridegroom's brother, Craig Young.
Mrs. Young and her husband are graduates of Wesifield High School. She attended the Berkeley School, Bast Orange. He attended tine Uni- versity of South Carolina- and is
Mr. and Mrs. William Wallace | now employed by Ward Elecbron- Mflteh of Orange, Conn., ftwnerly UCB. WestfieH.
of Westfield, announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Laura Jeanne, to Frederick Samson Tip-
The oouple will Live here after a wedding trip to NewYoric. A pre-nuptiaJ shower for the bride
Grooming Kits Sent To School for Blind
"Good grooming" kits For the children at SI, Joseph's School for the Blind in Jersey City (have been decorated pnd delivered b y t h e
braille department of the Junior
Woman's Club of Westfield. In the fciljs are toiletries such as tooth- paste, soap, brushes, combs Dnd washcloths.
Mrs, John Hobitzell was in charge of this project. She also will be sending winter clothing and toys to the Johnston Training School in Bondontown.
Plays with Band
Judith Henaing of 9 Wychview Dr., is a member of the Gettysburg College Band. 9he is a freshman at the college.
Colonial Chorus Board Is Announced
Robert Mitchell of (552 Fail-field Circle, president of the WcstfioW Colonial Chorus, SPISBSQSA, hns an- nounced his board for blic year,
Other officers are: Hoberi T, Burns, vice president-administra- tion; Robert J. Adams, vice president
bawler, vice Leo Eckanann,
Jim Power, dent.
program; Leo Eckmann, treasurer;
Robert Lowe, secretary; Jim Power, immediate past president.
Members at large include ueorgo Shea, Gene Gallucci, BobStalktu&ht, Ed. Boate, Bil ^lenn and George Sehild'ge, Delegate is Dan Heyburn.
John F. Mahooey Jr., son ofDr. And Mrs. Mehoney of 966 Woodmere (Dr., was married Saturday after- noon to Miss Fabia Harris* daugh- ter oi Mr. artd Mrs. Ralph Harrisof Betheecfat, Md
Tbe wed*rtg took place in Lewis- bur&Fa. at the Bucknedl Univenl- ty Chapel where a reception follaw-
l i t e AnnV.York of I*»dfevU!e, Pa. ma maid of )MDor. MtaBarba- ra Mtboney; 'idterr .«f; tte bride- groom, was junior hritomaifr
Hwrna. Haywarf 0/ Wwtfield
served at best rnsn; Uahent were Brian Maftooey, broker of the bfidebroom: Stephen Harris; brother «l thebride, *i>d Christopher ScfeU ol Mountain Lakes.
Mr, Mahoney and his bride are tenkm U BuekneU University and Wig live in Lewtoburg, Pa,, until their graduation. A mathematics major at cottage, he wasa member of theclass of 1966 at WoatfieW High
School. Ibe parent* of the brideflr were h«U Frktoy evening «t (hi
ft deputy chie*. Washington corre*- Jflpdw* far - itouters, the wwi Agency; Tbe b lather' ii technical :dire**;. Jar ^fert* Cbemioal DivtelM of HtnA ft Co, Inc.
Chritfnta* G Judged in CohtMt
H i n t s W e e t f i e k ) r a f c f e n t o a r e M a n y e n t i t a e w e n d i i p t e y e d ; a t t h e Sought Night Owl Crown a n n u a l G h r i a t m a * c e n t e r p t o o t c o n t e s t o f t h e A m e r w a n h o m e
among 10 Evening Session student! «t union College, Cranlord, w h o
weft in competitkm
M*M Night Owl."'
for the title of -
.Crowned Sunday at the annual wWWIiMer BaU atthe Shackamaxon 6 o o n t i y C l u b , T h e y a r e D e b o r a h A . cave, JIM Helen for the event were Smwl Nttookri M a t t o f 4 0 0 E a t t D u d l e y A v e . , D i a n e M a u w o f S S I W e a t f i e t t A v e . a n d L o u t o e a n d M n . M m . D a n i e l K n a i t t w a s i n Ahnt Smkh of 337 Charie*
At themain altar of St.Patrick's 3athedml, Mi»Heather Diane Wal- lor , only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ienry James Watdorf of theTmm rfMount RoyaT, Mor4re< Oaoada, was married Saturttey to G«rge Michael Rjchvaisky, sonof Mr. and Mrs. George Ridwataky of West- freW and New York, ftie cfrennony was petfomved bytheRev. Edward Heavey.
son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Banxt Tipeon, of Bethlehem, Pa., also former WestPield residents.
was given by Mise Mary Bkhsabeth McGeary and Miss Betty Am Mul- Ami in the home of Mrs. John A.
Miss Maiit and her f>ance are McCteary. Hie parents of the bride- gradiiates of Westfiokt High School groom hosted Hie reheansal dinner She is now a senior at Syracuse |in their home. University, majoring in special ed- ucation.
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The bride, whowasgiven away by her father, wore an empire styled, antique whte peau de oofe gown witti deep bands of vedw lace bordering theneckline, stoeveg, hem andchapel train. Her bouquet was of baby orchids, Mephanotfe, ram, heattwr and ivy.
rnekl of honor was Hiss Smyth of Mount Vernon, N.Y. The bridesmaids were Mfas Lee Htocock of New Brunswick, Cana- da, Me* AnnWhite of Montreal, M». Frank EetiH of New York. Flower tpm was Misa Kiroberiy Sei- fert of WelUtoU, niece of the bride- groom. Ihey wore floor length Chrfetihas red velvet gowm and
The wedding will take place in Westficki on June 29th.
CAMUXE MAfWIA BUSCO
Glee Club Reviewer
> Home for theHolidays m
Christina Bliss, daughter ofMr. and Mrs.Thomw F. Bliss rf 135 North Euclid Ave., has returned from Alberto Magnu Collage, New
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