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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, August 20, 1959, Image 10

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PI ITTIMr* tn t ir v> « 'liling cake at La V^U 1 1 liNVj Grange Hotel . West Islip, art- Mr . and Mrs. Anthony Mastronardi , who were mnrried August 1 in St. Francis de Sales It. C. church , Pa.tchogue . The Kev . Joseph E. Dunn officiated. The bride is the former Miss Cetta Ann Cuiffreda of East Patchogue. — Lafayette Photo NOTES ON NUPTIALS MASTRONARDI— GIUFFREDA S t. Francis de Sales K. G. church , I' atchogue , was the scene of a pink and white wedding at . '{. - 'JO p. m. August 1 when Miss Cetta Ann (iuilfreil. 'i , daughter of Mr. fiml M rs. Vincent Guilfreda of 211) Southern boulevard , East Pat- chogue. bi-came the bride of An- thony Mast ronnrdi , son of Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Mastronardi of Brooklyn and 10 Yacht street , East Patchogue. The Rev. Joseph E. Dunn per- formed the ceremony before the altar , which was decorated with arrangements of p ink and white flowers. Sprays of pink and white flowers marked the family pews. About 150 guests were present at the wedding ceremony. (liven in marriage by her fa- ther , the bride wore a gown of white tulle npnliqtiod with lace und covered with seed pearls . The lilted bodice was fashioned with an olf-the-shoulder effect , outlined with a mli le of pleated tulle. Her fingerti p veil was held by a crown of lace and seed pearls and she carried a bouquet of sweetheart roses and stephanotis. Mrs. Camille M u r a t o r e of Brooklyn was niatron-of-honor. Her gown was of white over pink silk organza and she w o r e a crown on her hair. She carried u bouquet of sweetheart roses. The. bridesmaids were Aliss Ca- rol Blakesleo of Patchogue; Mrs. Marie Costicy of Centereach , Miss .Janet Cui/fred.i of Mut toiitown and .Aliss lb-nrietlu Mastronardi of Brooklyn . Their nowiis were of Jiink o rg. -mz.i , made will ) full skirts. They wore crowns and carried baskets of snapdragons. Jack Muratore of Brookl yn was best man. The ushers were Frank Aragona and Daniel (iuill' reda of East Pati -boHiie nnd Thomas Sec- cia and Charles Minro , of Brook- lyn. Andrea Mast ronnrdi nnd Demse Ctiill' reda were the (lower girls. Their gowns were pink and they carried baskets of snapdragons. The mother of the bride wore a blue chiffon gown draped on the sides and having app iiipies of lace. The liridcnroom ' s mother wore « pink pine silk (I KCSS with an embroidered luce bodice and a full skirt. A reception was held at. La Cningo Hotel , West Islip, for about \20 guests . A champagne cocktail hour preceded the dinner. Music was by Ted Lane . Mr. and Mrs. Mastronardi left fo r h week' s trip to the l' oi -oilos and then went on a seven-day cruise to Nassau. They will reside in Philadel p hia. The bride is a eradimte of Port, Jefferson High school and attend- ed the University of Miami at Coral Cables , Fla. Her husband is a graduate of Wagner college and is now at- tending the School Dentistry of Temp le university. BAILEY—FARMER Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 11. Farm- er of Blue Point announce the recent marriage of their daugh- ter , Miss Sandra Joy Farmer , to Airman 1/c Angus Charles Bailey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bailey of Clarendon , Pa. Mrs. Bailey is a graduate of the Brooklyn Hospital School of Nursing nnd is on the staff at \ that hospital. Mr. Bailey is in the Air Force and is stationed at Eglin Air Force base , Fla. The couple plan to make their home in Pensncola , Fla. R OHE—SCHNEEMAN Mrs. Evelyn Marie Scbneeman , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Eibon of Farmingville , was mar- ried to Herbert Hobo , of Third a venue , Bay port , at 3 p. in., August 8 in St. Luke ' s Episcopal church , Bohemia. The Kev. W. Scott Bennett officiated. The bride was given m mar- riage b y her brother, Edward. She wore a ballerina-length gown of blush, pink , with u pink satin bodice having n white lace overlay and long white lace sleeves. The filll skirt, was fashioned of pink tulle. Her face veil was attached to a small pinlr /lowered hat. and she carried a cascade of pink and white roses. Mrs. Henry Brockmann of Hol- brook was maid of honor and Mrs. Lee llotaling of Bayport was bridesmaid. They were dressed in lir . ht blue nylon chiffon gowns with harem skirts, blue picture hats and carried small bouquets of pink roses and delphinium. The best man was Lee llotal- ing. Jacob Brueckuer of Blue Point was the usher. The hi ide s mother wore a gray and white print tuHeta dress with white accessories and a corsage of pink roses ami carnations . A reception for 05 guests fol- lowed in the bridegroom ' s home. Air. Rob, . , is engaged in the trucking business. After a two-week trip to Nevada , Air . and Airs. Robe will make their home at Third avcn nue , Bayport. BATTLE—REWISS Miss Evelyn Patricia Rewiss , daughter of Airs. Nicholas John Ainorena of Central Islip, became the bride of Vincent Edward Rattle of Teddy court , Nesconset , in a marriage ceremony performed at :i p. m. August 8 by the Rev. S. Thomas Minogue in St. Joseph' s R. C. church , Lake Ronkonkoma. Mr. Battle is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vincent Battle. The altar was decorated with white gladioli and white carnations. Airs. Walter Bigler played the wedding marches on the o rga n and accompanied Mrs. Joseph Sevenlisa who sang \Ave Maria. \ The In ide , who was escorted to the altar by her stepfather , wore a floor-length gown of white nylon net and appliques of lace. The skirt was full and had a chapel train and the fitted bodice had short sleeves und :i neckline trimmed with lace app liques. She wore lace mitts and a fingertip veil of French illusion attached to a headpiece made with a small circle of net in front and a larger circle in back , and trimmed with orunge blossoms. She carried a cascade bouquet of white roses with a center of white orchids. Miss Roelene Rewiss of New York city, a sister of the bride , was niaid-of-honor. Her street- length gown was of blue nylon chiffon over blue nvlon netting with a bouffant skirt and a fitted sleeveless bodice with a toreador jacket. Her headpiece was a blue bow to which a 10-inch circle veil wis attached. She carried an old- fashioned bouquet of pink roses. William Ohio of New York city was best man. The bride ' s mother wore a sheath gown of salmon nylon chiffon with a satin cummerbund , a white satin pill-box bat and white accessories. Her corsage was of white gardenias. Eighty peop le were present at the church to witness the wedding ceremony and l:lf> later attended the reception held in the garden of Ihe bride ' s home . Mr. and .M rs. Battle went to the Catstkill mountains mi their wed- ding tri p and are now residing at Teddy court ill Nesconset, Mr. Battle is employed b y thi Thorn Mi-An , shoe store in tilt Baby lon shopping center. ROSS—KENNEDY St. Agnes cathedral . Rockville Centre , was the scene of Ihe wed- ding of Aliss Margery Kathleen Kennedy, daughter of Mr. and Airs. Lawrence C. Kennedy of TO A rgy lo place , Rockville Centre , and David Leonard Ross of Pat- chogue at high noon August 8. The Kev. Michael J. O'Farrell offici- ated. A reception followed at the Harden City Hotel. Aliss Patricia Liiine of Rockville Centre was maid-of-hoiior. The bridesmaids were Aliss Caroline McLeod of Carmel and Aliss Karen Kennedy, sister of the bride. Victor Yannacone , Jr., of Pat- chogue was best man. Thomas Schmidt of Syracuse and Dr. Ro- bert L. Kennedy, t h e bride ' s brother, ushered. Airs. Ross is a graduate of South Side High school and Cortland State Teachers college and did graduate work at Leland Stanford university, Calif., on a Nowhouse scholarship. Air. Ross attended Seto n Hall High school and graduated from Cortland State college where he received a bachelor of science degree. The couple left on a honeymoon , crossing the country b y the north- ern route. They will reside at Pullman , Wash., where Air. Ross will do graduate work and teach at Washington State university. ALBIN—DIOLOSA Miss Joy Marie Diolosa , daugh - ter of Air . and Mrs. Carl J. Diolosa of , 'ili Sherman street , Patchogue , was married to Richard S. Albin , son of.Mr , and Airs. Arthur Albin of <H ' .) _ A;Hrhj ga n avenue , Bellport , at i p. m. Saturday in St. Francis de Sales R. (' . church , Patchogue. The Rev . Josep h E. Dunn perform- ed the eel- . - ,.. -., - ,;¦ in the presence of about 150 guests. (liven in marriage by her father , the bride wore a floor-length gown of imported nylon tulle embroider- ed with sequins and pearls. Her fingerti p veil of illusion was held b y a crown of sequins and pearls and she carried a cascade bouquet of six w h i t. e orchids and stephanotis. Miss Crace Alarie Pino of Pat- chogue was maid-of-honor. She \ore a pink chiffon gown and a matching nylon picture hat. She carried a cascade bouquet of blue roses and chrysanthemums. Aliss Marie ' Elena Nustasi of Blue Point. Miss Marie Di Paolo of Pntrhogui. and Aliss Bunnv llaase of Mastic Beach were the bridesmaids. Their gowns were of blue silk organza and they wore pink headpieces of small pink flowers with velvet hows. They carried cascade bouquets of pink roses and chrysanthemums. Philip Basile of Patchogue was the best man. The ushers were Peter Diolosa of Patchogue , a brother of the bride , Charles Pino and Peter Pino of Patchogue. The mother of the bride wore a beige Chuntilly lace dress over satin with a metallic chiffon sash draped at the back. Her headpiece was of beige velvet leaves and she wore a white orchid corsage. The bridegroom ' s mother wore a rose lace dress over satin with a matching hat and a white orchid corsage. About 200 guests attended a reception and dinner at La Grange Hotel in West Islip. The dinner was preceded b y a cocktail hour. Afr. and Afrs. Albin left for a wedding trip to Mount Airy lodge in the Poconos where they will spend two weeks. Upon their re- turn they will reside in their new ranch home at 28 Sherman street , Patchogue. ESPOSITO—KRAWCZYK AI i s s Jacqueline Krawczyk , daughter of Ai r. and Airs. Stanley Krawczyk of PO Vernon street , Patchogue, became the bride of Joseph Esposito , son of Air. and Airs. Benjamin Esposito of Waver- ly avenue , Holtsville , at 1 p. m. August 1 in the Patchogue Metho- dist church. The Rev. Herbert F. Robinson performed the wedding ceremony. A 1 b e r t Haliiwell , soloist sang \Ave Maria , \ \Be- cause , \ and \The Lord ' s Prayer. \ The church was decorated with four large baskets of white gladioli. The bride wore a floor-length gown of Chantilly lace fashioned with long sleeves and a scalloped neckline. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion was held b y a tiara of pearls. She carried a cascade bouquet of white orchids and stephanotis . Mrs. Connie Patango of Bell- port was matron-of-honor. She wore a sleeveless gown of pink tulle with a scoop neckline and a full skirt. She carried a cascade bouquet of pink carnations. James Patango of Bellport was best, man. The mother of the bride wore a powder blue lace gown with a matching feathered bat and a corsage of white orchids. The bridegroom ' s mother wore a navy blue dress and a corsage of white orchids. A cocktail reception was held for about 50 guests at the home of the bride ' s parents on Vernon street. After spending several days in New York city, Air. and Airs. Esposito returned to Patchogue and are residing on Cedar avenue. The bride is a graduate of Pat- chogue High school. She is em- ployed at The Peop les National Bank. Her husband is also a graduate of Patchogue High school and is emp loyed b y Rite Construction Company in Ronkonkoma. KELLY—STROII Miss Charlotte Ann Stroh , daughter of Air. and Ai rs. Charles It. Stroh of Blue Point , became the bride of Michael P. Kelly, Jr., son of Air. and Ai rs. Michael P. Kelly of Jennings avenue , Patch- ogue , Saturday in a nuptial mass ; n Our Lady of the Snow It. C. church , Blue Point. The Rev. Thomas Brennnn per- formed the double ring ceremony and celebrated the mass. The altar was decorated with bouquets of large white gladioli , carnations and pompons. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was held at the home of the bride ' s parents . At 2 p. m. a reception was held at Nancy ' s Kestaurant for 125 guests. Given in marriage by her father , the bride wore a gown of white silk organza over taffeta with an o ff-the-shoulder neckline scalloped with embroidered lace insets. The same lace insets were scattered throughout the bouffant skirt and train. Her illusion veil was held b y a crown of seed pearls and she carried a cascade bouquet of white roses , stephanotis and lilies- of-the-valley. Aliss Elizabeth Soden of Brook- l yn was maid-of-honor. She wore a mint green tissue taffeta gown with a small crown of tulle leaves on her hair. She carried a cascade bouquet of p ink gladioli , white daisies and green leaves. The bridesmaids were Misses Rarbara and Beverly Stroh of Blue Point , twin sisters of the bride , and Miss Patricia Kelly of Patchogue, a sister of the bride- groom. Their gowns were of pink tissue taffeta and they wore matching crowns of tulle leaves. Their bouquets were the same as that of the maid-of-honor. George Geraldino of Patchogue was best man. The ushers were Charles H. Stroh of Blue Point , a brother of the bride, Charles Kropp of East Patchogue and Wayne Robinson of Blue Point. The mother of the bride wore a bronze lace dress over satin and bronze accessories . Her corsage was an orchid. The bridegroom ' s mother wore a loden-green lace dress with matching accessories. Her corsage was an orchid. The couple left for a wedding trip to the Poconos. Upon their return they will reside on Bell avenue , Blue Point. The bride will graduate as a registered nurse from Long Island College hospital in September. The bridegroom is employed by Republic Aircraft Corporation in Farmingdale. K USEVICH—REDMOND Miss Diane Redmond , daughter of Air. and Airs. Leo II. Redmond of Inwood road, Center Moriches , became the bride of Richard Kusevich , son of Air. and Airs. Alarko Kusevich of Middle road , Bayport , at 3 p. m. August 8 in St. \ John ' s E p iscopal church , Cen- ter Moriches. 1 The Rev. Willard Kile officiated befo re the altar banked with white gladioli. Airs. Otto Burnett of Alastic was or- ganist. The bride , given in marriage by her father , wore a gown of OiantilJy lace and silk orisany.n fashioned with a fitted lace bodice and scalloped neckline trimmed with . sequins. Her illusion finger- tip veil was secured b y a crown of seed pearls. She carried a bou- quet of shasta daisies , chrysan- themums and pom pons. The maid-of-honor , Aliss Kath- leen Zuzierla of Moriches , wore a ballerina-length gown with a full skirl of blue lac\ over silk, She carried a bouquet of yellow gladioli. Aliss Susan Redmond of Center Moriches was a junior bridesmaid. She wore a gown of p ink similar to the maid-of-honor ' s and she carried a bouquet of pink gladioli. Thomas Solomento of South Alain street , Spring Valley, was best man. Ushers were Peter Talman of Spring Valley and Leo Redmond , Jr., of Center Moriches. The bride ' s mother wore a dress of blue lace over silk with match- ing accessories. She had a cor- sage of gardenias. The mother of the bridegroom was attired in a beige lace dress trimmed with satin with match- ing accessories. She had a corsage of gardenias . A reception followed the cere- mony at the Moriches Yacht club , Center Moriches , for 120 peop le. A bullet supper was served. The bride ' s traveling costume was a beige dress with white ac- cessories. The coup le will motor throj gh New York state to Brockport where they will make their home. The bride is a graduate of Cen- ter Aloriches High school , class of 1058. T h o bridegroom is attending Brockport State Teachers college. - ©Ip ipatritflgue A&tmttr? - Page Two — Section Two Thursday, August 20 , 1 959 RFPFWTI Y WFH wcrc Mr> nnd Mrs- Herbert Rohe , rvtiV ^EiiN 1 Li 1 VV LAJ w j,o were married in St. Luke ' s Episcopal church , Bohemia . The Rev . W. Scott Bennett performed the ceremony . The bride is the former Mrs. Evelyn Schneeman of SeJdpn. —Camera Mart Studio Women and their World wr rnniMr RPT T Q ran s f ° r J,r - and Mrs - Michael p. VV CUL/IlNVJi DHL. JLO Kelly, Jr., Saturday morning. Air . and Mrs. Kelly were married in Our Lady of the Snow It. C. church , Blue Point , b y the Rev . Thomas Brennan at a nuptial mass . The bride is the former Miss Charlotte Ann Stroh of Blue Point. —Michael E. Alaler Photo Prances Johnson I z z^z: i When we were growing up about the onl y spices which were used very much were poultry sea- soning for turkey and chicken; and thyme for clam chowder. Oh , sometimes a pinch of sage was added for duck or goose •— but the mainstay of the stuffing was a prepared poultry season- ing. No more is this the order of the day. The discriminating house- wife now likes to concoct her own seasonings and dozens of in- triguing combinations are now used , combinations that add zest to a meal and are the answer to a gourmet' s prayer. Of course stuffing can be varied with oysters (no more for ti« with the price of oysters) , chest- nuts nnd sausage; we had these in grandma ' s day, too , but the seasoning was the same. A touch of sweet marjoram, a pinch of rosemary — a little sum- mer savory (and this did have a different ta. ste than regular savory), all these made a dish to remember. One of -our special favorites is sweet basil. Not half enough has been written about this delectable sp ice , (according to w.i). Try il in your next dish. It ' s especially go::d sprinkled on scrambled eggs . Today ' s recipe is the answer to that outdoor picnic , to a Sunday supper on a rainy evening and is excellent to solve on your boat- ing trip. All in one pan. With a green salad you have a perfectly balanced meal. Supper Steak 4 cube steaks 2 tablespoons flour 2 tablespoons butter 2 cups chopped onion or small whole onions (canned) 1 can peas and carrots 1 small can broiled mushrooms 1 can small potatoes 1 can tomato sauce 1 teaspoon sweet basil Cut steaks into stri ps (about 1 inch), roll in flour seasoned with salt and pepper . Add in melted butter in skillet. Brown well on both sides . Stir in remaining in- gredients , using about ' » cup liquid from peas and carrots. Cover skillet and simmer for 10 minutes. A Pinch of This and A Pinch of That CLUB N EWS COL. JOSIAII SMITH CHAPTER Seventy- five members and friends of Colonel Josiah Smith chapter. Daughters of the Ameri- can Revolution, attended t h e annual dessert-bridge for the benefit of Approved DAR schools August 12 at the Domino Yacht club . East Patchogue. Awards went to Alesdames Daniel Whaley, A. McDonough , David AJcIIoney, Thomas Jones. Christ Georgules, Ray Thomas, John Bergen, James B. AI. Bul- loch , William Gillies. William 11. Jamieson , Leonard Healey, Robert Ehell , Charles Spedick . F. Palmer U. -iff . Gilbert Carter and Misses Dorothy Furman , Susan Healey, and Irma Field. Table awards w ere received by Alesdames Charles Huntoon , Thomas Jones , Frank Bernhardt , Alma Gladding, Adelaide Griffin . Richard Bern- stein . Daniel Whalev , J. .McLaugh- lin, Louise Dillard . Edith Haw- kins , A. MacDouough , Otto Seo- strom , Charles Lowndes a n d Misses Edith AIcBride and Nellie Russell. Co-chairmen for the bridge were Alesdames Walter Spavins and Edward Rate. Other chairmen were: Food , Airs. Daniel Whaley, Airs. Ivor Conklin and Mrs. James H. AI. Bulloch , white elephant , Alesdames K : c li a r d Bernstein , Charles Huntoon , and Herbert Terry, tables, Mrs. Fred Syrett. JAYNE-LATTIN ATX . Jayne-I.attin Post auxiliary, Veterans of Foreign Wars , held its monthly business meeC'ig Monday night at the YFW hall on \2 Edwards street. Afrs. Louis \Tquet , hospital chairman , gave a report on the last- of a series of three ward parties held at Northport Vet- erans hospital. Music for dancing was supp lied b y Mrs. Anne Cullum at the piano . Attending wen . . ' Ales- dames Louis Niquet . DeWitt Conk- lin . Ruth Jankowski , Walter Adams , Anne Cullum, William Kin g and Emil Bittner. Further p lans were made for flic rui 'Jini.ige sale to he held Sep- tember 2. :> and I and a ward party to be held the second Wed- nesday of September. Airs. James Dougherty won the special award and .Mrs . Robert lleiiier the ha ha award. 2 DAY AUCTION SALE FRI. and SAT., Aug. 2S and 29 , 1!)59* 10 A. AI. Sharp each day Inspection : Wed. and Thurs., Aug. 20 and 27. Iil5!l 10 A. M. to H P. M. At: 503 IIALLETT ST. (corner of Lincoln) River- head. L. I. (I bloc k main entrance to High School). FRI. SALE —- Surplus inventory (825,000 val.) O. B. Davis Furniture , Inc. (Warehouse sold). All new pine, maple , limed oak desks , chests , dressers , bedroo m set s , dinettes , dining room , living room , boudoir chairs, occa- sional chairs , Kccretaries , tables , end and coffee tables , record cabinet , record players , T.V. ' s , kitchen cabinet, wardrobes , 6, 't do/., pts . and qts. mason jars , outdoor furniture, chaise lounges , metal chairs, aluminum chairs , beach chairs , beach umbrellas , toys , jeeps , gliders , swings , wading ponds and hundreds of other items. SAT. SALE — For fhe account of North Shore Motor Trans- port .Storage Warehouse , Port Jefferson , L.I. (unclaimed storage) Alarble top chests , pine chests , cherry chests, beautiful Empire conch and chair , antiques , bric-a-brac , pine bedroom set , w ild cherry dining room set. tine living roo m and other occasional furniture, dishes , po>t s and pans, linens , 2 jet wing tanks , row- boat , old carriage , refrigerators , electric and gas stoves , and loads of other items. Dealers bring trucks CASH and CARRY Immediate removal Sale by SUFFOLK AUCTION ROOMS H. Howes , Auctioneer 49 Peconic Avenue , Riverhead , L. I. Tel. PArk 7-1311 WE CAN SELL YOUR GOODS , TOO. B OFF THEY GO IN FRESH CLEA N CLOTHES ! j 4 Hr. Service — When Y ou Need It! DRIVE IN AT HIGHWAY CLEANERS Wont Main Street , cor. of Prospect Avenue Patchogue , N. V . ALL O UR W OR K DO NE O N PREMI S ES FROM THIS... X & - ® 1 & * A TO THIS... 0 ^ | * jg| IT CAN HAPPEN TO YOUR DIAMONDS Your diamonds , too , can look sparkling new , brilliantl y beautiful showcased in a modern Rose mounting. Bring your old jewelry in for estimates and for expert resetting. LIBERAL ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD MOUNTINGS 0ick^m!c£m 74 B. 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