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Herald-mail. (Fairport, N.Y.) 1962-1979, September 28, 1977, Image 3

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'• 1 J I 1 ve 4: T v : 1 J* ,! .'- H ij i i i. ! ! I : ! . . ! i» : ; THE FAIRPORT HERALD-MAIL, Fsirport^N.Y.. Wednesday, September 28, 1977 Haley-Becue Mrs. Patrick Michael Haley Misa 1 Ingrid Marie Becue and Patrick Michael Haley were united in marriage on Saturday, September 24, at the Interfaith Chapel at the Uni- versity of Rochester, with Reverend Jerry Apple- by officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr*, and Mrs. Wilfried Becne of 62 Kreag Road, Fairport. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Haley, Herkimer. The bride, who was given in marriage by her parents, wore a candlelignt gown of crepe chiffon with a chapel' length train and fall length veiL Floral Venice lace made op the Empire bodice and out- lined the. angel sleeves, high neck and train. The bridal bouquet, consisted of white cascading roses and baby's breath. Mrs. Richard Coyle of Cato. attended as the j matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Melissa Hartfielc\. Atlanta, Georgia, Lila Smith, Oswego, Aida Wetzel, Long Beach, and Karen Hughes,' Her- kimer, sister off the bride- groom. They wore full length capes over copper colored gowns, with attached hoods. They carried cascade bou- qnets of fall colored pom—pons. Jeffrey White of Herkimer served\ as bast man, assisted by ushers' Mark Becne, brother of the bride, David Bilobran. ; Philadelphia, Michael Chapin, Henrietta, and Dale DeCanz of Newark. Kristin Herahe;' was flower girl and Robert rioghes Jr., nephew of'the bridegroom, was ringbearer. The bride wai graduated from the chemist ry program at the SUNY. Oswego. Her bridegroom is a graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology, alio in the Chemistry program. Following -their reception at Marvin's Com itry Crab in Macedon, the con pie leftfora honeymoon trio I o Aroba. Brown-Lucas Mr. and Mrs. Howard D. Brown of 60 Howell Road, Fairport, are proud to an- nouce the engagement of their daughter Sherrie Brown to Robert Lucus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lucas of Crest-Avenue, Macedon. Sherrie is a graduate of Fairport High School. Her fiance is a graduate of Pal—Mac Central. A March 1978 wedding is planned. Hobbs-Dangler Mr. and Mrs. William M. Hobbs of 115 Harvest Road, Fairport, annouce the engagement of their daugh- ter. Miss Lori Anne Hobbs to Mr. Jon C. Dangler, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Dangler of 45 Briggs Avenue, Fair- port. Miss Hobbs is a 1974 grad- uate of Fairport High School, and a 1976 graduate of South- ern Seminary Junior College, Buena Vista, Virginia. Mr. Dangler is a 1973' graduate of Fairport High School . and a senior at the University of . South Florida, Tampa Flor- ida, majoring in Biology. A summer, 1978 wedding is planned MM states Safe A baked goods and craft sale, sponsored by St. Mary's Guild will take place at Assumption Hall on Satur- . day, October 1, from 230tmtil 7 p.m. and Sunday, October 2, from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. The proceeds .will be donated to the C.U.RJI.. childhood don. ! Faii^prt Women Spark Art Gkllery Fund Drive cancer assoaa- THE BOOK REVIEW 2002 East Ridge Rd. (Jta t West of Culver Road) OPEM FROM 6 a.m.—9 p.m. 7 Days a Week r—turlnq: xrt of town newspapers from over 30 dttee; popular magazines & comic books; bestseJOnf paperbacks; bargain—priced hard boo cs; cigarettes A candy; greeting & gifts. & 544—1500 YQfj GOTTA HAVE AHT—Armed with the slogan \You Gotta Have Art,\ Jeanne Dent (left) and Susan Hilgendorf of Fairport 'are among 700 volunteer workers involved in the Memorial Art Gallery's current membership campaign. The drive, for $427,000 in membership contributions, runs through Oct. 7. Art\ii\ Ijamun.\ For an increase of $50 or more, they will receive ti one—year subscription j of lArt In American.\ \You Gotta Have Art in this year's message to the community fromi Fairport residents during the Memorial Art Gallery's membership campaign. This annual funid—raiser, which began September 7th and runs through October 6th, has a goal*thisi year of $427,000. A large group of area rcsij dents are participating in the drive. These include Division Leader, Jeanne Dent, 114 Sel- borne Chase; and Captains Diana Bradley: 57 Selbornd Chase. DilyB Farney, 280 Ayrault' Road, Trica Geracej 81 Black Watch Trail, Susan; Hilgendorf, 4 Birling Gapj Mary Jones, 131 Selboma Chase, Susan Jordan, 38 Sj ; Ridge Trail,,June Kem, 33 Mountain Rise, Mary Lorenj son. 56 Selborne Chase, ana Mary Macken. 5 Creekside Road. \This year, \because of ; inflation and the drop in j government | support, the Gallery needs a ten percent increase in all our pledges simply to maintain our pro- grams at-their present level. Some 8,000 individual and corporate members, and over 200,000 annual visitors take: advantage of this cultural re] source, and out—reach pro-! gram carry art to tens of thou- sands of school children andj adults each year. It's a small investment for such an important return for our- selves and our children.\ Membership begins at $25 for individual or family and offers free general admission to the Gallery, invitations to openings and other events, art tours; lectures, art rental, discounts on Creative Work- shop classes' and Gallery] Shop purchases, art andj antiques' consultation, and; free subscription to, thej monthly Gallery Notes. This year a member who in- i creases his or* her pledge $25 or more will.receive the book,! \Treasures of Tutank Miss Lynn K. OderkirJt, daughter of Mr. and Mia. Oderkirk, 506 SydaV. more Street, East Rochestir,^ became the bride of Poter' Ackerman, 201 Wilson Ave- nue, East Rochester, son >f Mr. and Mrs. William D . Ackerman, Fairport on Fi- day, August 18 at 6:30 p.m. n the First Baptist Church jf East Rochester. The Reverend William Cus- worth officiated at tl e service. , The bride was given in o marriage by her father. Miss Sue Ferrari was the Maid of Honor and Bonnie Blair; the bride'* ter was the Matron of He nor. Nancy Ackerman, sist rr of the griKjm, was the br des- maid. Heather Dickeo son,. niece of the) bride was the flower girl. j Randy Acker- man, trother of the groom,, was* ihe Best Man. Jimes Blair,' he bride's broth* r-in-, law and Darnel Ferrari •jvere the usr, ers. i The couple spent heir; honeymoon at Lake George and Cape'Cod. TOURISTS: Senior citizens who took the historical tour of Perinton numbered more than sixty arjd were enlightened on the history of various landmarks by histori an Helen ButWr. In photo are, scaled from left. Ruth Earl, Mary Granger. Standing. Deacon John De Socit>of Assumptibn church, Leora Wjag- ner, and Delia Smith. Photo! taken at the Country House where group lunchedJ Retekafts To Meet Rozella Rebekah Lodge will hdld their October 3 meeting at 7 o'clock. Please note change of time. 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