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The Long Island advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1961-current, December 07, 1961, Image 10

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Giuri j Annive rsar y Spec ials | I DRESSES | COATS | I FURS | ACCESSORIES | CUSTO M MILLINERY | I UNUSUAL GIFT ITEMS 1 I I I 178 East Main Street :: Patcho gue | I I ^ One of the Oldest Established Fashion Houses p in Suffolk County f A Land' s End Comp lete Package I I Reception I i WEBBTHG- io ° or More Pers ° ns ¦ I M MMUU l \Ai \ ^«oo person I J WHIC H INCLU DES Wedding Cake - Dinner - Flowers and Decorations ] Champagne and Li quor - Organist - Master-of- ] | Ceremonies - 4-Piece Orchestra - Service and j Gratuities - - - Seating up to 500 I We can also tailor a wedding reception to whatever budget | you wish to expend if you desire other than above. ] LAND'S END _ fe. On the Bay J| f|^^^> ' SAYVILLE fe^^ffl ^^ i ; CALL BANQUET MANAGER S5L /W ^\^^7 ' ! FOR INFORMATION TO./ ffl V^K j ! LT 9-1888 i^^^A W^ ! . _ , ° __ GRECO — WOOD « MiN ' , Marvann Wood , daughter of Mi> . Maiy Wood of McConnell A\enue , Bajport . wa 1 - married to I'havle^ Michael Greco , ^on of j\l i s. Mary Gieco of 42i) Doneuan \\enuc East Patchogue , Novem- ber .10 in St. Jos e ph the Worker k C Church , Ea^t i J atchoRii o The Rev. Mano G. Cinque perfoi - liieil the weddinj i ceremonj. Mi^ Jennie Babiaiv. oi Ea^t Pat- ^^hcmio . an aunt of the bridegroom , M \ mail oii-of -honoi. ]\Iuhael Step hani of Bellport ( i\cd a- > best man foi his cousin. Follow inu the ceremony a recep- tion and dinner was tield at the h\nu of the biide^ i oom ' s mother foi the immediate family. Mr. and Mrs. Greco spent the w eekend in New York City. They aie now lesidmiJ at 429 Donegan Avenue , Ea-t Patchogue. The bride is a uiaduate of S'tv- ville Hig-h School and is now stud ying beauty culture at the Beaii t . v School of Suffolk in Bay Shore. The bridegroom is a graduate ol St tun Hall High School , Patch- ogue. He is employed as a sales- man with the Standard Wine and L.quor Company. DOYLE—MONARS Miss Natalie Ann Monars , daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Harvey Patterson of 18 Peachtree Lane , Huntington Station , who lived with her grandparents, Mr. and Mis . Josep h Douksya of Silas Carter Road , Manorville. became the bride of Ronald Andrew Doyle , ¦son ol Mis. Thomas Doyle of pTeeport in a wedding ceremony in St. John the Evangelist R. C. Chuich in Center Moriches at .1 p. m., October 29. The Rev. Mat- thew Wisniew . ski officiated. The bade , who was escorted to the altar by her grandfather , Jos- eph Douksza. wore an ivory white satin floor-length gow n with a bustle bat k , and a fingeitip \ oil. She cai ned a cascade bouquet of white fuii chrysanthemaims and stephanotis Miss Jane Bonoino of Astoria was maul of-honoi . She wore a emerald gieen satin gown , floor- leng th , and carried a bouquet of yellow chrysanthemums and rust chrysanthemums with Autum lea- ves. Misses Jacqueline Doyle of Freeport , siste r of the bridegroom, Dor-Ann Uzzo of Brookl yn , niece of the bridegroom , and Marilyn Rack of Hunting ton were the bndebiuaids. They woie gold satin tloor-length gowns and earned bouquets of rust chrysanthemums with Autumn leave* . Jack Driver of Fmyori was best man. Robert Mif ^ ud ol Fiee- port and Edmund Hanlev and Ro- bert Uzzo of Brookl yn, nephews of the bridegroom , weie uslieis. Following the ceremony a cock- tail hour and buffet dinnei was served at the Sunrise Re- -tauiant in Center Moriches Toi 113 guests. Music was by the Mello-Deer. . The bride is a gi actuate of Walt Whitman High School in Hunting- ton, and Woods Secttiana 1 School in New York City. She was em- ployed b y Faiuhilds ni Syos^et. The bridegroom is a g-iaduate of Fieeport High St iool and woi - | ked for Polyitec h of Bahhvin. He is now seiving m the Aim\ in Fort Belvon . Va. Ihe couple spent one week in I p.state New York on their honey- moon. Th»j are now ie-Jdmg in \\' ir- gmia. L\ SVL\—OPIE St. Joseph' s R. C. Church in Lake Ronkonkoma was the scene ot a wedding at 1 p. m. Thanks- giving day when Miss Carol Opie. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Christ- ian Andeison o( Hiaieah. Fla., be- came the bride of Step hen LaSala of 501 Hawkins Avenue , Lake Ronkonkoma. The Rev . Chailes Nosser officiated at the double ling ceiemony. Mr. LaSala is the son of Mis. Anita LaSala of New York City and the late Joseph Francis LaSala. The bride , who was escoi ted to the altar by her uncle . Theodore Schuhle of Ronkonkoma , wore a ballerina-length gown made with fitted bodice of Chantilly lace with a scalloped neckline and long sleeves. The bouffant skirt had a hoop undeisknt and was of lace staitmg on the waistli n e and end- ing in scallops above a deep hem of peau de soie. Hei fingertip veil of French illusion was attached to a headpiece of flat white leaves and a large white rose made of peau de soie. She carried a bouquet I of white orchids and stephanitis tied with baby ribbon. Miss Cai ol Thurman of Lake Ronkonkoma was maid-of-honor. She uoie a ballerina-len gth gow n of gold -ilk inad^ with a lull skill , a titled bodne and three- quarter length sleeve^ . Her head- piece «' ib a gold ciown with matching sh pit veil. She carried a cascade bouquet of deep yellow chrysanthemums . Ehi ich Abt of the Air Force , and stationed at McQaire Air Force Base in New Je^ey, vis best man. Joseph LaSula ot Lake Ronkonkoma , a bi othei of cKe bridegroom , and Robeit Srhvhlo of Ronkonkoma . i IOIIM . I oi ihe bride , weie the i. shei ^ Following rrn iiumony, a le- leption wa- , he 'd m DeGfitif ro ' s Lakeview Inn i e I , Ke Shoie Roi.d , Lake Ronkonkoma. Mi. and \lv . [.aSala motui ed through New Yoi K S T a1? on tluir wedding tup and aie now thing m Lake Ronkonkoma. Mis . LaSala attended school m Miami and M; LaS il i i> a giadu- ate of Saclu m Hig i Schoo ' and Bellpoi t Electiom School. He is now attending coll 'g>\ (Continued on page A , this section) NOTES ON NUPTIALS Our Hair Style of the Month \BRAVO\ \BRAVO\ is the new sil- houette—slim , elegant , yet soft and beguiling, too. LUCY 'S BEAUTY SHOPPE 299 East Main St. Patchogue GRover 5-0823 I IM%WlU»U\\\VMH\vtUMiU « ImtmnnnmimiiiiinniimniiHiiiiHimHnimmuiniiiinronnninimmft— i 'TIS THE SEASON | FOR HOLIDAY j PARTIES I a Make sure vour party clothes I are ready for a gay season. § Bring them in to us and we 'll put new life into them and you 'll have the time of your I life. f f ^ W ^ ^ZZ[M ' ^ $ 1 £4 ^^^^^ I HIGHWAY I CLEANERS i W. Main St., cor. Prospect Ave. Patchogue All our w ork done on premises. Expert spotter on premises. 1 4-Hr. Service on Request. We spare no effort to I please >ou ! ?junnuiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiuiniiiiroununiiraunuumiBiia

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