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—^ Massena, N.Y. Observer, Thursday, April 27, 1989 Page 7 Social Highlights Births MR, AND MRS. KEVIN BOYER Susan Webb, Kevin Boyer Are MarriecJ , Susan Marie~Webb and Kevin Wayne Boyer were united'tn mar- riage on March 18 in St. Patrick's Church, Seattle, WA. Father Pat- rick O'Leary from Ohio officiated at the ceremony. A reception was held nt the Space Needle following the ceremony. —-The-brid^rdaughter^of-GBrtrude R Webb of Salem, Ore., ahd the late Charles M. Webb, is a gradu- ate of Oregon State' University, (\orvallis. She is a manager of cus- tomer relations for The Boeing Co. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Ah^Rohgrt_Reyfir of Massena, is a_ graduate of'Clarkson ,•College of Technology, Potsdam. He is a. de- sign engineer for The Boeing Co. ' Maid of Honor was Janice Webb, sister of the bride. Attendants were Sally Edmonds, Kim Milier and Janet Webb. Best man was -Robert Beyer, Jr. -Ushers'wT?re Mrclrae r°Fi sccQ=3amesZ Long, William Webb, brother\of the bride. Shane Dimmitt (Kevin's Little Brother of the Big Brother Program), Presentation Of Gifts. The couple will reside in Seattle, WA. A trip is planned to Australia for their honeymoon. ,. FOUR GENERATIONS GATHER ON EASTER — Baby Rachel Ally- son Stickney shares her first Easter with her great-grandmother Ger- maine Dishaw, grandmother Marylee Granger and mother Jeanette Stickney. (Photo courtesy of the family) Illridge Completes —M«i4tte-PfcrearhAT©HTrdge-rst!rr\ of Raymond E. and Mary A. El- dridge of Rt. 3, Massena, has com- pleted the School of;Infantry at Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendle- ton, Calif. ? During the six-week course El- dridge received classroom instruc- tion and participated in field exer- cises involving.infantry tactics; the construction and camouflage of fighting positions; and the use of mines, demolitions, ahd intra- company communications equipment. A 1988 graduate of Massena Central High School, he joined the\ CARL ELDRIDGE Marine Corps-in. August 1988. Austin Promoted A daughter, Amber Lea Secore, was born to Robin L. Bellrose, 105 Woodlawn Ave., Massena, on March 10, 1989. A son, Jebidiah Matthsw, was born to Bruce E. and Heather Gardner Euto, Rt. 2, Massena, on March 10, 1989. . „__ Ajjfin, Jonathan Allan Curran, wasnBrn to Robin L. White Cole, Rt. 2, Madrid, on March 11, 1989. A son, John Allen, was born to Martin L. and Susan Rafter Han- ley, Rt. 2, Dickinson Center, on March 14, 1989. A daughter, Alexandra Lemay was bom to James N. and Stacey Garlach Littlejohn, 36 George 'St., Massena, on March 29, 1989. -> A son,'Kyle Patrick DevTih was born to Carol A. White, Rt., 2, Brasher Falls on March 29, 1989. A son, Jonathan Allen, was born to Donald L. and Christine Cutler Daggett,'\25 Park St., Norwood, on ••MarcrrSdrl-SS©: ' '— : —— A son, Christopher David, was born to Michael L. and Amy Wiley Boprey'jr., 8 Ashley St., Norwood on April 1, 1989. A daughter, Kandy Jo, was born to Frank V. and Mary Rubado Pe- eore, Rt. 2, Brasher Falls on April 3, 1989. A son, Matthew Leonard, was born to Timothy W. and Gail \La- Londe Snyder, South Westhrpok Cts., Massena, on April 4,< 1989. A daughter, Chelsea Alexis was born to Mark.R. and Debra. Stone Brodfuehrer, 55 Clarkson, Mas- ' sena, on April 5, 1989. A daughter, Michelle Lee'was $rotn to Bernard H< and Robin LanktfVe Brault, 1 Clarkson, Mas- sena on April 8, 1989. '* , WINTHROP \^;» FURNITURE, INC. v x* Second fhor Now Open fctilnriiiH Gluh- !<<•< ki-r\ cY 389-5502 > Births^ Ron Austin of Malone. has been Honored at the Metropolitan Life Management Leader's Conference, :_a_Jivelday--J34isi-r«ss--TOee J ' Hawaii. Austin, branch manager of Met Life's sales office at 120 Main St., Massena, was reCognized'ibr excel- lence during 1988 in the areas of recruiting, training and sales man- agement. His office ranked 22nd among 177 -Met Lifer branches -in- New- England and upstate Ne\w York. Last year, Rgn was also in- ducted .into Metropolitan's Veter- ans Association, marking his 20 A daughter, Christjne Margaret, was borfl to Anthony J. and Diane F-raticia Major\ Rt. 2,. Norfolk, on Feb. \25 1989. A son, Kevin Gerald Currier, was horn to Paula Baxter, 2 Pratt Place, Massena, on Feb, 27, 1989. A daughter,\ Danielle Val, was born to Elinabeth Salgado, Keenan A son, Benedikt Peter III, was* born to Bgnedikt Peter-and Mary Ward Thrana Jr., Rt. 56, Raymond- vine on March 1, 1989. A son, Robert Thomas, was born to Rene W. and Denise Tyo Ne\ves Lincoln Drive, Massena, on March 2, 1989. A daughter, Crystal Lynne, was bora to Brenda A. Smith, Town Line Road, Massena, on March 3, ,1989. A daughter, Courtney Rose Mur- ray, was born to Tammy J. She- : fiari7Rt. 1, Norfolk, on March 6, 1989. . A daughter, Rebecca Rose, was born-to Keliie 'M. 'Serge, 49% Maple, Massena, On March 6,- 1989. NEWSPAPER CARRIER ^NEEDED Center, Grinnel, Forrest Place, Woodlawn Ave.,.Park Ave. s. years of servide with tlie - insurer. . Accompanying him to the confer- ence were his wife,'Jean,-and their ghters;-Julie OTd-JiiL ' Birth A son, Michael John was born to Donald-G. and Joanna Post Jenack; 17 Leslie Rd., Massena on April 10, - 4089,- : _ .... A daughter, Samantha Kay, was born to Bernard K. and Nancy Ash- ley Bradley, 34 Grant St., Massena, -on April 8, 1989. - — - ; A. Karton Hepburn! 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