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* S I.' ,.< THE FAIRPORT HERALD-MAIU »', Fairport, N.Y.. Wednesday, necembe^ 2ft. 1977 Perkihs-D' Adnihnzio ; I Laurie Yfilliam ) A.' Seac Scott Cc m marria zc 35»CS5E5raWj^W^^^^^T? ? Gopp- Seaman Bezek -Fulkerson Mr. and Mrs. Danny Lee Peirl A former Webfrter school teacher. Jeanne.^ Marie D'Annunzio. and Danny Lee Perkins of Florida, were mar- ried in the Rockledfte frletbodist Church. Florida at 2 p.m. on Friday, November 25. i The bride, daughter of Reverend and Mrs. Albert p'Annunzxo of 4 White Oak Lane. Fairport, was given in jparriatce by her parents. She fraa led to the altar by her father, who then officiated jointly at the double ring ceremony, with Reverend William Fisackerly III. /• Jeanne chose a gown of ' /ory satin and lace, with a rlmg train. Her gown was de- ijgned with high neckline, and long sleeves. Her cathedral veil of silk illusion was gathered to a matching crown. She carried a bouquet of mixed flowers with daisies predominating, in keeping with the the daisy lace motif in her bridal' The bride ensemble, was graduated Man and Dpp were united in marriage in the First Congregatioiial Church <>f Fairport, or ,'!• Friday, November 25. Tltfc candle- light ceremony ^vos per formed by the ij Reverend James Dollefeld. |i ! | The bride is the c aughtcr of Mr. and Mre v Gore rjn A. Sea- man.' 54 Briggs Av »hue. Fair- port. Mr. and MrjJ Richard Copp. West Aven le, arc the parents of the britjgegroom. , Laurie was escorted to the sanctuary by her lather. She yras dressed in a lrajig gown of candlelight chiffo tiand Lut- BOng. fashioned |by Frank Cooman of Fairoort. The gown was lace bjijnmed, in Victorian style |vith long Bleeves and high ieckline. A •Juliet cap held her elbow length veil and shjjjcarried a bridal bouquet of yrhite roses, heby'8 breath ajoid spider mums. I Margaret- Rohdjj' was her sister's matron of lonor. The Meelr Your Neighbor from Fairport High School. bride's nieces. Katjiryn John She holdsj ajB.A. degree in ElementaryjEducation from Houghton, College. She is a former member of the Klem Road Nbrih Elementary School in Webster and is cur- rently a' teacher in the Golfview El«mentary School System in Rockledge. Florida^ Mrtf-yCary^ D'Annunzio of 20 Vincent Drive in Pittsford was her [sister-in-law's matron ' of hjonor, and Mrs. Jeffrey Ncjrgjren of Cocoa was bridesmaid. They wore gowns of aapphire blue floral satin and ! carried white daisies. | The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs.l George Perkins. California. ston and Jane Stevens were flower girls. All wore gowns Rosewood velvet. They carried rose carna- tions, babyls breath and spider mums. The flower girlw were es- corted by Paul and Andrew .Johnston, nephews of the bride. Richard Conant served as the best man and ushering were Richard Copp, brother of the bridegroom, and Edwin Johnston and William Stevens, the bride's brothers- in-lpw , Following the church cere- mony, a wedding reception and dinner took place at Rund's Periwinkle Restau- rant in Perinton. The new Mrs. Copp is a graduate of '• Fairport High School, Canton A.T.C., Rochester Institute of Technology School of Business, and the Sawyer Business Institute. She is employed at the American Can Company. Her husband is employed with the E.G. Johnston Inc. Bakersfi^ld ( chose Biaj brother. Donal Perkins. B Jeanne's j ushered. ; $ WW flux Wraps his best man. rother. Gary. i We'd like to welcome the fo|lowing people who have recently moved inufjthe Fair- p<a1-Perinton AreaJ i i Mr. and Mrs..; jMathew Bitanca of 32 Hftvcnwood Hollow, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Breen of 29 A Gr*at Wood Court, Mr. and Mr'S. Melvin Kindle of 65 Williamsburg Drive, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weathers of 12 W>tite Alder Circle. Mr. and Mrj. Ronald Rutherford of 311 Summit Street Mr. and Mrs. $lizabeth Kurtz of 20 Miles Ailenue. Mr. arid Mrs. George jSchnein- berger of 16 White Alder Circle. Mr. and Mrs! Duncan Montgomery of 84; Clarkes Crossing. Mr. tind Mrs. iLaVerne DeBruyni of 2559 Pittsford-Palmyra Road. Mr. and Mrs. William Minchin of 56 Shagbark Way. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Chamberlain of ;<5 Windrush Valley, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chromy of .16 Red Barn Circle, Mr. and Mrs. William Schirmer of 48 Dunbridge Heights, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Coleman of 28 Huxley Way, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Banton\ of 22 Timber I^ane, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blackman of 10 Shagbark Way. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Fogarty of 136 Bent Oak Terrace. Mr. and Mrs. James Merittof 27 Kildecr Lane, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer of 27 Folkside Lane and Mr. and Mrs. John McQueary,pf 47 Boxwood Lane. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Bezek The choir of Saint Joseph's Church in Penfield sang a Folk Mass at the marriage of Linda Fulkerson and Matthew Bezek in tie Church of the Resurrection, Perinton, at 7 p.ri Saturday, November 26. The Reverend Robert Kreckel performed the ceremony. Members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, together with other organizations, spent Tuesday, December 13. wrap- ping gifts for the patients' Christmas at the Canan- daigua Veteran Hospital. Attending from the Perinton V.F.W. Auxiliary were. President, Ruth Wil- liams; Chaplain. Jean Ferrin; V.A.V.S. Representative, Marie Torquato. and State Division Captain, Josephine Yates. Also. Virginia Wacenske, | t>oris Sortino. Lydia Kemp and Elsie Zimmer.[Assisting.were Post members} I I>eonard Yates. Anthonyi Sortino and Anthony! Torquato. The ?erinton Auxiliary and Postjrrjerabers also parti- cipated Sunday. December 18. when fch* VFW groups entertained patients in the hospital at Ward parties with sing-a-lOngJB, entertainers, .and dancing. Refreshments were also served. Join Purchasing Agents Association Nancy Bezek, sister of the bridegroom, sang with the Folk Group and partici- pating in the readings at the nuptial liturgy were Kathleen and Carol Fulkerson, sisters of the bride, and Bill Bezek, brother of the bridegroom. Mrs. and Mrs. Douglas Fulkerson, 1696. Turk Hill Road, Fairport,, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bezek, 28 Harwood Circle, Penfield, are the parents of the bridal couple. Linda was given in marriage by her father. She .wore a long gown of off-white Kimbcrly Fulkerson wils her sister's honor attendar t Her gown'was of organc y floral print and she carri«d yellow roses and v\ carnations. ' Mark Bezek was best man for his brother and serving ushers were Chris Fulkersoj brother of the bride, and ~* bezekyanother brother of bridegloom. A reception in honor of young couple was held at Green Lantern Inn after church ceremonies. The newlyweds will majke while n, ITdm the the tne tlie | At the December meeting of |tne -Purchasing? Agents Association or\ Roclfcster, the following Fairport'residents became members; I Bruce P. Bant of-94 Harvestj|jRoad. an employee of Eastman Kodak Company; William C. Connor of 9 Birch Lane, employed by Chase-Pitkin Home Centers; Robert M. Hamel of 16 Water- ford Way, employed by Xerox Corporation. organdy, overlaid with lace—• tfaeir homeio-Canandaig^a, and designed in turn-of-the- where the bridegroom; is century fashion. Her illusion veil was attached to a crown which \had been worn by the bridegroom's mother at.her own wedding. Linda's bouquet was of t-ymbidium orchids and roses. student at Finger Lal| Community College. He majoring in Horticultuife. The bride is a graduate of Fairport High School a id attended Monroe Commun ty College Sri Scouts Get Help On CJean-Up <Sfac»afss*ESC£s!{BaM For The Last Wednesday. December 7 the New York Janitorial Service donated their service to strip.clean, and wax the floor in the class- room at the Perinton Ambulance Corps on Turk Hill Rd. This gift came about as the result of Junior Girl Scout \\roop 269 and their | of\ ? service project at tl v. _nbulance Corps. For the past two years, the girls of Troop 269 have been cleaning 1 at the Ambulance Corps on a •monthly basU. When it became apparent that the j —: large floor in the classroom needed jprofessional attention.i the Troop began the search £>r a \cost free\ solution. To everyones mutual delight. New York Janitoriaf Service volunteered to do the job. The Perinton Ambulance Corps uses this classroom for the many courses it offers for the general public. Some of these classes aire Standard and Advanced! First Aid, Emergency Medic Training, and CitizensC.PR MtrxxtBt <Ebrt0tma0 Evert shop The Frier diy Mali perinton square M4I Houn: 10:00 to fcOO. Monday ttiru S«tur<l«y 1200 to &00 on Sundfyi Attention Moms J Frosty Free babystting wliile you shoo at Perintor. Square Mad Youngsters 2% to 5 years of age. Monday thrv Saturday-Now T21 X-Mas located- m [our Street of Shop*) |x&C££«£ffiXfitfC«BSf|&3( 8 Santa \God Bless Us Everyone\ FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH FAIRPORT chRistm . | Meet Santa on ita throne in the mall and f 2 ', visit with the adorable Frosty »I Santa in Mall rvjpnday thru Friday nights 2 i 6:10 - W)0 2 I SaturdjJ/ 10:00 - 5:00 2 pictures with Sanii - No waiting - take therit home! $2.50 as eve 7pim. chuRCh 11 P.M. sesvice 12 MID. carioieljQht se^ice A 1(h30 ( Ollirifitmajs SasS . • ^—-,-» Will be in the mall daiy IftOO a-m. to 4s00 pjn. evenings<&J0 ; to W)0 pan. Hey Kids! See Our Of Post Office ' Letters to Santa can be sent to Perinton Square Mai Bf Post Office. Santa will read each letter. Treats for aB the children. The Janet McDonald Puppet Theater Free Puppet Shows jj S Now Presenting: lA/ant ^Jo Ljrow Up »V pi- >• \ • \pi ?a*aft*trf»&*f r * Mall stores opened until midnight (12:00)j Friday, Dec. 23. \&*w^l ^t&J&^^riA ^*^n ^*^^ B ^*^W ^*^n ^^4 ^*^WQ r Last Week) .Show Times: Tuesday thru Friday • 1:00. ^:00. 4:00; 7:00. O:00 a es is 8 8 8 8 • w\ 8 8 8 8 8 8 ^8 8 8 Mall Hours:. 10:00 ajm. to 9:00 pjn. Mdnday thru Saturday ' il-00 to 5-00'on Sunldays 8 1 I s il

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