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The Babylon beacon. (Babylon, N.Y.) 1966-1972, June 22, 1972, Image 5

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Mis s Mahlmann Is Wed Miss Jean Marie Mahlmann , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mahlmann of 40 Mason Ave., was married on May 27 , 1972 to Scott Allan Sherry, son of Mr. Allan Sherry of Woodsfield , Oh io and Mrs . Betty Burris of Hannibal , Ohio . The outdoor ceremony was performed at \The Spring \ on the campus of Muskingum College , New Concord , Ohio . The Rev . Raymond F. Kent of Lima , Ohio officiated . The Rev. Kent was formerly pastor of West- minster United Presbyterian Church in West Islip. Attending the couple were Miss Patricia Marty, of North Royalton , Ohjo and Richard Mahlmann , brother of the bride . Music for the ceremony was provided by Mr. Eric Downing, flutist. A reception was held at the bride ' s college residence , Hill House . Mrs. Sherry received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Muskingum College on May 28. Mr. Sherry attended Muskingum College , Oh io University , and has done graduate work with An- tioch-Putney School , of Education . He is employed as social worker with the Ohio Youth Commission at Fairfield School for Boys. The couple are residing in Lancaster , Ohio . Guests attending from th is area included the bride ' s parents and younger brother , David ; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mahlmann of West Islip and children Diane , James , and Lisa ; Miss Diane Kroecker of West Babylon ; Mr. and M BS . Leslie Fryer of North Babylon and daughter Pamela , now of Columbus , Ohio ; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fasnacht of Babylon and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller of Plainview. Islip Tow n Names Traffic Safety Engi n ee r James W. O'Callaghan , a former Nassau County Traffic Engineer has been named Islip Town Traffic Safety Engineer by the Islip Town Board , Coun- cilman John P. Finnerty an- nounced today. O'Callaghan will be responsible for all areas of tra ffic safety and will develop federal aid programs related to the Highway Safety Act of 1968 to determine Islip ' s eligibility for funds. A graduate of Manh attan College with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and a Masters in Transportation from New York University , O'Callaghan has been a Traffic Engineer with the Nassau County Public Works Department . YJA \Double Header \ The Young Jewish Adults Of Long Island Inc. announce the presentation of a \Doubl e - header \ surprise. There will be two events on the very same day. Sunday June 28th will be a day to remember . At 1:20 p.m. the group will meet in the parking lot of the Lindenhurst Hebrew Congregation N. 4th and W. John Street , and will proceed to a nearby ball field and partake in a rousing so ftball game to end all Softball games. \Girls : Come out and play with the fella ' s \ . That evening they will hold their regularly scheduled meeting at Congregation Beth Sholom 441 Deer Park Ave., Babylon . The meeting will featur e pool , ping - pong, and dancing to the sound of the Caliphone that has recently been ac quired. The meeting will take place at 6:30 p.m. and last till 9:30 p.m . All Jewish Adults in Nassau and Suffolk Counties between the ages of 18 and 30 are invited to come to both events . \So , We 'll see you there for the time of your life . \ For information , call 842 - 3972. il^f0 l ( FO R BEA UnrST MEMORIg l !5|SO^i! . STUFFED C A BB A GE Q ^ , mfr ] : J . smm euss fl iO Hk i MEAT BALLS CATERING \ £gP • BUTTE RFL Y FRANKS Kit Sw9f m h |vh l . MILE0 CLAMS m i^mm (J TtiDVEtfe CARVED & • \I SWEEPSTAKE WINNERS IUIWEI* PUT BACK ON FRAME J Mrs. Robert Huguenin \\\ ^***** B ^_— _ ¦ &*. 123 Bay view Ave. m mmm~* *m* Babylon ^ PAi I %4n 4 Mrs. Richard Baymack A UffLL MR. MADDFAflV 33 Annuskemunnica Rd. Y|\ |j jf I ^^j nas Oinonno QlJR CATERING 1 *0 9-1*30 f Babylon , N.Y. A m \\ svKsr- I CONSULTANT p^^- l Babylon , N.Y. 1/ W Babylon f Pam Pulcano X .^^C ^. ^^ ~\ 12 Suroi Place fvV ^ ^-^>>. >f^Sl ^« ' fir/M ¦ —— ¦ ¦ ¦¦¦ -— ' — ' ¦ ¦ i ¦ i ¦¦¦ —i i ¦ i ¦ ¦¦ ¦ - ¦ There ' s a rumor going around that we g ive loans to almost every bod y. Well we like that rumoK We want people to borrow money from us. After all , that' s V^Bg^ggMM what we ' re in business for. ¦ ^^^^HigHi So if you need money to buy a car , to take a Wk ss ^Ks ^Sk vacation , or to buy anything you want to buy, call I f ^W§ us Monday to Friday from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Or &/f \ < come int o any one of our branches. We have 83 ^r * ' 'Jk branches in New York and Long Island. f 4j& And we 'll give you a loan as fast as possible. I— J—4 BWH You 'll get it in 2 hours if you ' ve ever bor- rowe d from us before. 5 hours if you ' ve never borrowed from us. In fact it'll probably be the fastest getting of a loan in \loan getting history. \ About the rumor. Like all rumors there ' s some truth to it. Security National Bank ® In New York call 354-8657. In Suffolk call 421-2237. In Nassau call 433-1490. Or come into any one of our 83 branches. - : t Member FDIC >^ggg ^ ,TS A 6IFT fSSBJSS^SSSSsST f YOUR EYESIGHT IS ONE IB r^B Eura9 l H AMINED BY AN EYE PHY- ~ ~H ^^ *F\ B S 'CIAN (M.D.) AND TRUST IBP - Wl H Al l HIS PRESCRIPTION TO ¦ M * ^ | |^^— fa**ll Wi YOUR GUILD OPTICIAN BAYSHORE OPTICA L CO., INC. # Laboratory On The Premises \ 134 E. MAIN ST. BAY SHORE j MO 5 - 0367 I ALL EDITIONS OF THE BEACON - COVER BABYLON VILLAGE LINDENHURST DEER PARK WEST ISLIP COPIAGUE AMITYVILLE NORTH BABYLON WEST BABYLON WYANDANCH EAST FARMINGDALE WEST BAYSHORE WHEATLEY HEIGHTS BRIGHTWATERS LI. STUDIO OF THE THEATRE A special opportunity for strongly motivated students ... This sequence of courses represents a commitment of twelve hours weekly - nine in class / three in rehearsal. The curriculum is focused on specific type s of experience : widening background in dramatic literature through reading, lectures and discussion, training in acting techniques through lectures and lab work - individual scene work with an emphasis on certain problems , im- provisational exercises geared at developing the students ' powers of concentration , relaxation , emotion memory and ob- servation ; all fundamentals of the actors ' craft ; intensive work on correct speech and voice production ; lab and studio work in the language of Shakespeare ; skills and techniques in in- terpretive reading. The semester^ work will culminate in either an evening of various scenes or a series of one act p lays For interview , call Roberto Davi - 586-4156. Semester begins July 6 , 1972 thru August 26 , 1972. Navy Fireman Apprentice BRANFORD BOWEN , son of Mr. and Mrs. Comrad O. Bowen , of 1135 Straight Path , West Babylon , has sailed for the Mediterranean aboard the amphibious transport USS Raleigh , and is scheduled to be overseas for about six months while his ship conducts operations with our Sixth Fleet. MEDITERRANEAN DUTY

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