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HAverstraw 9-2000 The Rockland County Times, Haverstraw, N. Y., December 23, 1971 Page Five HOSPITAL WEDDING: A wedding of more than ordinary Interest took place Saturday at the New York State Rehabilita­ tion Hospital, West Haverstraw when Miss Linda DeSenio be ­ came the bride of Ronald Schulli. PIclured performing the wedding ceremony Is the Rev. Samuel L. Snodgrass, chaplain at the hospital. Photo by Roger Cornell Miss Sanderson Wed Paul Eger In Pleasantville The wedding of Miss Carol Ellen Sanderson of 32 Union ave., Hawthorne. N. Y., to Paul Eger, has been made known. The couple were united in ma ­ trimony on Sept. 11 in a 4:30 p.m. ceremony at Emanuel Lutheran church in Pleasant ­ ville. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eger jr of 34 Franklin dr.. Stony Point. The newlyweds are now resid ­ ing in Minneapolis, Minn., where the bridgroom is a grad ­ uate student at the University of Minne.sota in the chemical engineering division. He re ­ ceived a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Roche.ster in 1970, also in the chemical engineering field. The new Mrs. Eger is a grad ­ uate student in speech patholo ­ gy. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from the Unjvcr.sity of Rochester in 1969. The bride is the daughter of William Sanderson of Valley Stream and Mrs. E. Holm of Hawthorne. Pastor John , Pearson per ­ formed the nuptial rite, which was followed by a reception for 100 guests at Lucien ’ s Wishing Well in Briarcliff Manor. Mr. and Mrs. Eger honeymooned in Cape Cod. The bride made her own A- line gown of white organza over crepe. She carried an old fash ­ ioned bouquet of roses and yel ­ low mums. She was attended by Mrs. Arthur R. Miller, who wore a mint green empire dress with puffed sleeves. Miss Lau ­ rie Eger was flower girl, and David E. Holm the ring bearer. Carl S. Cannizzaro was best man, and the ushers were Ken ­ neth Marblestone and Jonathan A. Harris. COLLEGE APPLICATION DEADLINE Friday. Dec. 31. is the final day for submission of applica ­ tions for full time study in the Spring 1972 semester at Orange County Community College. Forms and information are available at the college. 115 South St.. Middletown, 10940. MRS. ZINT AILING Mrs. Catherine Zint has been confined to her Fourth st. home by illness. Wedding at Rehab Attended by Staff Miss Linda DeSenso. daugh ­ ter of Mrs. Virginia DeSenso of Brooklyn was married Satur ­ day. Dec. 18. to Ronald Schultz, son of Mr. and Mrs, Robert Schultz of Gasport. N. Y, The Rev. Samuel L, Snodgrass, Pro ­ testant chaplain, officiated at the 2 p.m. nuptials held in the auditorium of the State Health Departments Rehabilitation Hospital. West Haverstraw. The bride, a graduate of the hospital's high school and a re ­ cent readmission to the hospital, was given a bridal shower by patients and staff of the hos ­ pital. Her wedding gown was lace over satin with a long train of satin. The bridegroom, recently dis charged from the hospital, was a senior at the University ol Buffalo at the time of the ac ­ cident which hospitalized him with a spinal cord injury. A reception followed the wed ­ ding ceremony and was attend ­ ed by patients and staff of the hospital as well as by families of the bride and bridegroom. The couple will reside in Gas- port after spending the winter in Florida. Cburcb Wedding For Miss ViUafane, Mr. Martinez On Saturday morning a pret ­ ty wedding took place in St. Peter's church when Miss Car ­ men Milagros Villafane became the bride of Mr. Mario Jose Martinez. The Rev. Edward Kcehan was the officiating clergyman and the bride was given in marriage by her fath ­ er. Mrs. Ayala was the soloist with Mrs. Frank McCormick at the organ. The bride wore a floor length white crepe gown trimmed with pearls, and carried white dais ­ ies. Mrs. Sonia Collazo, sister of the bride, was matron of honor and another sister. Miss Cookie ViUafane, was brides ­ maid. Their gowns were silk and velvet in fail colors and they carried yellow daisies. An uncle of the bride, Mr, Ismael Villafane, was best man, and a friend, Victor Vargas served as usher. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jaime Villafane of 14 B Kensington Gardens. Garnerville. Mr. Martinez, who resided at 18 Broadway, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Octavio Martinez of the Dominican Re ­ public. A reception was held at the home of the bride ’ s parents, after which Mr. and Mrs. Mar ­ tinez left for a honeymoon at Penn Hills in the Pocono Moun­ tains. They are now at home at 61 Broadway. State Licenses Administrators A total of 85 persons in the White Plains Region of the State Health Department re ­ cently received permanent li ­ censes as nursing home admin ­ istrators following examina ­ tions conducted last fail. Dr. Hollis S. Ingraham. State health commissioner, announced. Among them are: Frank J. Haera, Nanuet, Ruth M. Harfenist, West Nyack, Dc- Courcy W. Levering, Valley Cottage, Shirley K. Miller, Or ­ angeburg, Stanton C. Price, New City, Marvin M. Raidman, Spring Valley, Alan H. Rosen ­ blatt, Monsey, and Cornelius R. Walsh. Letchworth Village. A BIRTHDAY PARTY honoring Mrs. Anna M. Hunt was given by her children, Mr. and Mrs. McKinley D. Allison of Stony Point and Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. Hunt el the latter's home In New Cily on Dec. 4. A cocktail and hors d'oeuvres hour was followed by a buffet. About 30 relatives and friends attended from this area, as well as from Connecticut and New Jersey. One of the highlights of the evening was a surprise telephone call from Mrs. Hunt's cousin In Florida, Mrs. Edna Hannold Soper, who resided In Haverstraw many years ago and still has some friends here. The above photo shows Mrs. Hunt as she is today — a young 84 — sitting before a portrait taken when she was two. SHARP-THE COLOR TV THAT HAS EVERYTHING. (INCLUOING REMOTE CONTROL) 11 111 \ ' I I I 11 1 . ................. I Relax with Sharp's new cordless remote control color TVI Turn set on and off-control volume - select channel - adjust color.,, ail without leaving your chair. Lightweight cord ­ less control unit fits comfortably in any hand. Sharp ’ s full 19\ (diag. meas.) screen is picture perfect.-Plus all the most deluxe Sharp features including: \Split-Second Start\ - instant picture ... instant sound. AFC push-button control for fine-tuned locked-in perfect picture. Pre-set fine tuning. AGC for finest reception. Front only mounted speaker for extra sensitive full-fidelity sound. (DyllA Handsome wood grain cabinet. UHF slide rule tuning dial. I y VHF and UHF antennas. UL. TV CART in solid walnut and satin finished chrome. FREE SMARR RADIO CO. Route !)W ■West Haverstraw HA 9-5689 MRS. MARIO MARTINEZ N 8i J Photo, Haverstraw Miss King is Wed To Richard D. Elwell Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. King of Garnerville have announced the marriage of their daughter. Cheryl Peluso, to Richard D. Elwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Elwell of Wareham, Mass. The ceremony took place at the First United Methodist church of Stony Point, with the Rev. George Freed officiating. Mrs. Elwell is a graduate of North Rockland High School and BOCES. She is currently em ­ ployed in the office at Letch ­ worth Village. Mr. Elwell is a graduate of DuVal High School in Maryland and received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Ad ­ ministration at West Virginia Wesleyan College. He is em ­ ployed as a therapist at Letch ­ worth Village. Following a wedding trip to Washington, D. C., the couple will reside in Cornwall. FIORE RETURNS HOME Anthony Fiore of 10 Gurnee ave. returned from Ramapo Hospital on Saturday in the Hpverstraw ambulance. • t same day the ambulance tran^ ported Manuel Martinez of 66 Broadway lo the same hospital. ROSMAN RD. RESIDENT IN BRONX HOSPITAL The Haverstraw ambulance on Friday moved Mrs. Bertha Resnick of 11 Rosman rd., Thiells to Nyack Hospital and the next day to Pelham Bay General Hospital in the Bronx. K. of C Sponsors Party at Rehab Sunday was entertainment day for Haverstraw Council, Knights of Columbus at the State Rehabilitation Hospital. West Haverstraw. Entertain ­ ment was by radio and TV stars. Among the entertainers who aided the Knights were the Jerry Hatton Show, with Tony Richards, Shorty, and Shari Benjamin: \the First Tuesday\ with Linda Mack. Hank Smith. Cliff Coles, Mike Pisani, a spe ­ cial feature Judi Star, and Will Stewart; also the \Wanderers\ from St. Anthony of Padua Council of Brooklyn. With George Wargo as Santa I Claus, gifts were given to all the patients at the hospital. Charles F. Koop was chairman. MARUCH A CIVILIAN AFTER 4 AIR FORCE YEARS Charles Maruch, formerly of J'omkins ave.. Stony Point, has completed four years in the air force and on Nov. 29 received his discharge. He is now mar ­ ried and living in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Mrs. Maruch is the former Gloria Sandoval of Albuquerque. NEW ARRIVAL IN GARNERVILLE Mr. and Mrs. John Nicholson of 87 Main st., Garnerville, arc the proud parents of a daughter, Stacey Ann, who was born in Nyack Hospital on Dec. 16 and weighed eight pounds, 13 ounces at her birth. Stacey Ann joins two brothers, Kevin, 7, and John, 11 years old. Miss Olga Lopez Wed in Church To Jay Querry Miss Olga Lopez of 31 Sharp st. was married on Dec. 11 to Jay Querry of 707 River Vale rd., Rivervale, N. J. The cere ­ mony was solemnized in St. Peter ’ s church with the Rev. Edward Keehan officiating. The bride was given in marriage by Mr. Jesus Olivo. The parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Rene Lopez of Fantino, Dominican Republic, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Querry of Rivervale. The bride is a graduate of the Padre Fantino High School and is employed by Louis Hornick Co. The bride ­ groom is a graduate of the Pas- cack Valley High School in Hillsdale, N. J. Miss Maritza Olivo served as maid of honor; and the brides ­ maids were Dlnorah Rijo and Altagracia Zapata, cousins of the bride, and Judy Querry, sister of the bridegroom. The best man was John Semanski of Knox Village, Newburgh; and the ushers were Anthony Zapa ­ ta, Celestino Vargas and Jack Natale. The newly married couple left for a haneymoon trip to Florida after a reception at Ivy Manor. They are residing at Banbury Square, 20 Main st., Garner ­ ville. MR. AND MRS. RICHARD BIRIBIN Photography by Clem Barry Miss Cataldi Was Married On Saturday Miss Vincenza Cataldi. daugh ­ ter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ca ­ taldi of 31 Sengstacken dr.. Stony Point, was the bride of Richard Biribin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Biribin, in a wedding ceremony performed Saturday at St. Peter's church by the Rev. F. Peter Malet. A nuptial mass was celebrated. ■The bride is a student at Rockland Community College and the bridegroom is a teacher at North Rockland High School. A reception for 40 guests was held at the Amber Room. Fol ­ lowing, a wedding trip to New York City, the couple will re ­ side in Stony Point. The bride, escorted in mar ­ riage by her father, had Miss Karen Erdely as her only at ­ tendant. Frank Duffy was best man, and Michael Cataldi and.; Robert Biribin were the ushers. STUTZMAN'S MARK ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Stutz- man of 88 Gurnee ave. celebrat ­ ed their 54th wedding anniver- ' sary Tuesday, by having dinner with their son, George and his, family of 39 Woodbine rd.. New City. MISS BARBARA HAMILTON Miss Hamilton ’ s Troth Announced Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Ham ­ ilton of Stony Point have an ­ nounced the engagement of their daughter. Miss Barbara Ann Hamilton, to Arthur Stout, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stout ot Middletown. Miss Hamilton is a graduate of North Rockland High School and is employed at the New York State Rehabilitation Hos­ pital, West Haverstraw. Mr. Stout, a graduate of the Acad ­ emy for Home Study in Chiaego, also is employed at the New York State Rehabilitation Hos­ pital. No date has been set for the wedding. FOR CHRISTMAS the PERFECT GIFT ALL TYPES & MAKES AMERICAN and ENGOSH BICYCLES .. The finest bicycles in the world . . . Made in England ... by RALEIGH BOLLFAST - BOSS - VISTA - MUBBAY AMEBICAN BICYCLES Norwegian SLALOM SLED SALES - REPAffiS ^ PABTS — ACCESSOBIES ^ GEORGE ’ S BIKE SHOP Authorized Dealer for Baleigh 10 Speed Specialists T5A Liberty Dr. (Bt. 9W) Stony Point I THE 1971 CHRISTMAS LIGHT COMMITTEE would like to thank the following, for their kind and generous donations. Knighls of Columbus-Haversiraw Council No. 581 Masonic Temple — Stony Point Lodge No. 313 Excellent Food Service Co. Empire National Bank Provident Savings & Loan Assoc. New City Sportswear Co. County Trust Company Orange & Rockland Utilities, Inc. Mr. Harry Edelstein Hornick & Company Empire State Chair Co. Higgins Funeral Home Ward Pavements Village Chryster-Plymouth AntonellPs Service Station Cosgriff Hose Co. No. 4 Rescue Hook & Ladder Co. V & M Gas Station Allison A Vervalen Co. HenJee Haverstraw Barber Shop Ducey Agency Freeman Agency Gonzales Dress Shop Malt's Tire Co. Town Gift Shop Specio Brothers Market Rockland Cable TV Alvarado's TV River View Bar & Grill Dr. Serge Gasparini Newman's Sheridens Bar & Grill Dr. M. Karlan Lupo Barber Shop Mr. James Freeman, Jr. Dr. S. Scopinsky Meyer's Market Albert's Men's & Boys Wear New Main Hotel Hi Tor Lanes Orange & Rockland Appliance Sales Bargain Barn Feeney's Liquors Vandenburgh Jewelers Mr. Phil Rotella Mardorf Bakery Frank Caruso Orthopedic Shop G. A. Whalen SImkIn's Holland House Gift Shop '42 Club Lfehter's ^ Winther's Delicatessen Pantano's Market King's Restaurant Louis Spied Agency J's Fashion Oullel Dr. B. Paley Leo's Army & Navy Store Bob's Dell Slack's Furniture Bendix Launder Rife Elbow Room KIgler's 0. N. Rosenberg & Son, Inc. Lopez Grocery Charles Adler's LaLuna Plastic Covers Fumigadores Leo Cohen Bootery Margaret's Hair Styling Bricktown Furniture Miller's Drugs Ben Franklin 5 & 10 Village Shop Kistner's Shoes Rockland County Times Rosado Furniture Pat's Men's Shop Frank Rundell's Cleaning Mario, The Barber Caribbean Bar The Discount Store Pick's Paint Crescent Drugs Mrs. Frances Flanders Sausage Shop Strauss Store Village Cupboard Coffee Shop, Inc. Music Den Rector's Pharmacy Nellie's Beauty Shop D & L Liquors Tom's Taxi Grosson's Cigar Store DeChellin Jewelers Tom's News Stand Pura's Beauty Shop Camera Mart Ring's Cleaners Olga Stntuk Dressmaking Shop M & 1 Supply Korn's Market Haverstraw Lodge 877, B.P.O.E. Ceenan and Son Special Thanks lo Cacioppo Electric, and the Rockland County Times for their co-operation. CONTRIBUTIONS ARE STILL BEING ACCEPTED, BY MAILING TO P. 0. BOX 117, HAVERSTRAW, N. Y. 10927 Sincerely, Joe Zunzunegul Sylvia Schulman Ruth Goldband Francis Wassmer ‘ Hdliday HOURS T l L OFFICES WILL CLOSE at 3RA/i. PROVIDENT SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION HAVERSTRAW OFFICE 31 40 NEW MAIN STREH ORANGEBURG OFFICE; RT. 303 AT RT. 340 NEW CITY OFFICE: CLARKSTOWN SHOPPING PLAZA Member Fedeiil Stvinfs ind Loan Intuiince Coiporatiofl

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