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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, September 17, 1959, Image 10

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- oil?? f atri?mjitf A&uaiu* - _ I ¦ ¦ —¦¦¦ ¦¦¦¦¦ — I— ¦— |- Pege Two — 5*ct:n T» -o Thursday, Sept. 17 , 1959 , t \S i' . ¦• \ . «,*- . - ¦- ¦ - \*¦ . ^-^WWHr-WW^ ^:.. MnHHMHMMPP\ ¦\' \\\ \\ MI7\A/f VWCTl Q are - * tr - * nd ^ lrw - Cornelius Shethan , who lNil VYLI VVEL/.J were married retentl y in St. Joaeph' * R. C. church , Lake Ronkonkoma. The Rev. Thomas Minog ue officiated. The bride is the former Miss Lois Androvic of Lake Grove. —E. L. Johnson Studio HONEYMOOMIING who we ' re ' married Saturday after- noo n in Our Lad y «f Mt. O rieel R. C efcurc h , Patchogue. The Rev. Saverio Mattel perform *i th* ceremony. The bride is the former Miss Hele n Anne Gl «er of Bayport. —E. L. Johnson Studio C'&KF ^,^TTTNf, are Mr - and Mrs - Thomas G - Li ff uori > v^.r\I\.C v^U 1 lllNVj j r . ( who were married Saturday after- noon in St. John ' s R. C. church , Center Moriches. The Rev. Matthew Wnieski officiated. The bride is the former Miss Mary A. Natale of Mastic. —Michael E. Maler Photo WCnnirVhf RET I Q ran S for Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dol- VV L.L /L'liWj DEiLiLnJ ] op Saturday afternoon. They were married in Our Lady of the Snow R. C. church. Blue Point , by the Rev. Thaddeus Rponey. . The bride is the former Miss Bar- bara Ann Teresa Peters of Blue Point. —Michael' s Studio Photo Women and their World ADELPHI-SUFFOLK COLLEGE in Sayville NOW IN SUFFOLK COUNTY FRESHMAN YEAR COMPLETE for those who wish to attend college during the late Afternoon and Evening beginning this September 28 Credits transferable to Adelphi College at Garden City or to college of your choice. Limited Number of Freshman Scholarships Available for Qualified Students Regular extension program to be continued also. •\i Write to , or call: Adelphi-Siiffnlk College in Sayville or Division of General Studies Oreenn Avenue Adelphi College Sayville , New York Garden Cifv. New York SAyville 4-5338 Pioneer 7-2200 , ext. 128 Counseling by appointment only. Call SAyville 4>5333 for appointment. W^y^moA u)tfc _uH*e... / * lt w\ \ ^SSmma ^^f mme-^ ( mm) and #s&%«a J^ jjgs , good heaith |f pfj I I 111 \^\' I ^ ' mmmm < mMm AMITYVHU \L ^ - J/ E WJ%W5& DAi*Y , mc. ^^5* ~^ZZ^ Far horn* d«liv«rv ohemt KMftRSON VS028 ^ ^.— *z>^ rer nom« o«nv«ry pnom DBm | ^ js; ^^^ 4 . ^ - v A THANK HSAVBMS FOR \%. &¦ ¦ • £fMS ^ j . JS^Pf I TSLEPHONS , * . ~S ~L :<F . ' YV * ^ OROKRINO tJrym S ^ PERFECT FOR ' f GIFT GIVING 1 £ Perfect for flift-fllvingl We recommend g ift* ' f, at the price you want to pay, encloio your ' ¦ ¦ » g ift card ana rrtf-wog*, and deliver it pronto v in our beautiful wrapping tp the donee ' s home. If* wpeciall y foolproof In thw cote of a wedding gift tince RIM ) brid«* have a pref- erence li»t in our Bridal Reg istry. There is »im- * p l y no need to budge from y ojr living room. Just Did GR 5-1441 %ta< few ie)A ^ff 74 East Main Street Patdtogue Registered Jeweler* %> Ancrkan <*¦» Society NOTES ON NUPTIALS TARANTO—CASSESE St.. Joseph' s R. C. church . Lake Ronkonkoma . was the scene of a wedding at :< p. in. Saturday when Miss Jacqueline Cassesc , daugh- ter of Mr. end Mrs. Philip Cassesc of Walte r ^tre»-t. I,»ke Ronkon- koma, became the bride of Ralph Taranto , Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs . Ralph Taranto of Gilbert street , Patchcgue. The Rev. Charles Nasser of- ficiated nt tlie double ring cere- mony which was performed before the altar decorated with bouquet* of white glaiMol: and white chry- santhemums. The bride , who wa\s given in mari - .age by Vwr father, wore an asikle-length gown made with a bouffant skirt having two under- skirts of tulle and an overskirt of «. <TiHoped lace trimmi^l with wquiri-* and |»«arl» and made with an apron effect. The bodW was fitted and Had lorn: laee sl« «>wes end a hi R h illusion , « >H- ' vlinc above the scalNrtd w tJLiie which «vr. - , l» i% . H> .r i- rv^ • •{ * < 'f French iilu- si.,ri m uf - .K*'* ' - ' <> a rionhi- f .uiiij of *<»«>ui . 2,. * '•* ' pearl*. /»•« . - c si.«-tN'« * *».ii«- y;*ypr Ui**: '• ¦ ¦; »|i- \» -C< (- , p it—¦* ,i:ll i \ .!« « ! '? -'S] A tt- 'V* ' \ i^- '-l ^ \^' . U^ ; ?r ^ . -i^ls^ j-i S. ' v - i M , ., fa?nfj » Hi. -^ : !l ¦ ¦> .. -¦ . «& •* wss the maid-of-honor. The brides- maids were Miisea Marie «jid Frances Taranto , sifters of the bridegroom. The taffeta gown* of the atte ndants were made with a bustle in the back and an apron effect in the front. Miss Fliosa wore powder tluc nnd Misses Tar- antos mainc. Their handpieces were small crowns to which nose- length vails •wera attached. Misa Filosa carried a cascade bouquet of gardenia s dy»d blue , to match her gown , tied with yeiiOT ribbon. The bridesmaids carried cascade bouquets of vellow g»r lenlas ti ed with blue ribbon. Diane Fabri»io of Deer Park was the flower gh-l. Her gown w»» blue and made like that of the other attendants. She carried n basket of mixed flowers tied with yel- low ri bbon. J ti mes Ca ssese of Lake Ronkon- koma , a nephew of tin- bride , was the ring b*»rm' . John Giw,*.i!H- \,f l^ .V* Ronkor. - hom», t brotWr cf th* i/rfde , was b*if t ^»er.. Benjamin V;t»H of Lake ' Cv '^kK'ktuna arj<! !;;-*• Mia*cl<|ir of J\nt.i.Wv , V Hwfj-c ..vhert ' ¦, 1'h* irkio ' * »n<nth»i - X^* 1 a { M^ttiMraKi;. sheaOi », - - . * .S- R O . r^i vii gi *«•» . * >i4n av oi/eisk:^' i ; i*-r ' ¦>>m^' f.i».t *ir if velvet im^^r: jr-w tpt ' .turrn . '- SK S f*-»;¦>»?> &*T-^«, I a tiny pearl at the tip. Her com y* was of white gladioli The bridegroori' s r icther •KVre a gown of eham . iiagE ¦ bsige awl a small matching hat. Htr cor*a <» W JD also of whiu gk iicli. Mrs. Wal ter Bigle; play ed tie wedding marches or the orgt' .n and accompanied I r ra. Joseph Sevenlias who sang * \vo Maris . ** Following the we iding cet v mony, a reception fot ISO gues' s »u held in the grand baJlnxs n of the Patchogue Hot V After a wedding rip throug h upper New York *ti¦ ie , Mr. and Mrs. Taranto will re* de -jn Sixl H atreet and Ronkonkoi a nvenue ) n Ronkonkoma. The bride, is a grai late of Po> t Jef' e rson High schr il , class if \5\ , and is emph yed i y ti.^ north - ern division of Unite i Ail craft H Jlluntington. The bridesrroc m is • .. Ktaduat\ <it .i eity 5»i^h school ant is employe i by &txdm« & isMi , F« tcbogue i&im H«fi*B Anne t, lover , daugh- t«r «{ Mr. *R<i M.. -» Wilitam <ilo- v*r of GsilettR avss je . llaypiirt , inam t th* brid* of - n-d Ku« -hnle <it Wetrt Yaf hank. •» •» «f the Lite Mr. »»rf Mr» . (jt^i irf Kuehnle of Germany. Tht- c« est 'ny was per- t«rm^d at . \i p m S* urtt;j.y by the Re * . Saver). \' M:*tt«i in <»ur Lady ¦:,f Mt. Car«.^ R. C church , Pat- We&imK riMisie w. 8 p layed by Mr*. Anni I* rivit» a. organist , who also vi a* the M oist. Decora- tion* in the church were assorted white flowers. The bride was given in marri- age by her father. She wore a i!i .Hjr-tength gown of white Chan- ti Uy Isce over tulle with a Sabrina neckline and scalloped overskirt. Her fingertip veil was held by a p«arl crown and she carried a cascade bouquet of g lamellias and white carnations. Miss Mary Hammond of Patch- ogue , cousin of the bride , was m»id-of-honor. Her gown was cocktail-length of shrimp colored ny lon chiffon over taffeta and tulle ami she carried a bouquet of white pt>rnsK>n. * and shrimp rosea. The bridesmaids were Miss Sal- ly J>i . v« and Miss Muriel Meyer of Bayport. Their gowns were of )>lue nylon chiffon over taffeta and tulle and they carried colonial bowjuets of white pompons and ye How roses. The best man was Frederick Kuehnle of Medford and the ush- ers were John Mizgier of Medford and George Schneider of Brook- haven. The biide ' s mother wore a street-length gown of white lame with black velvet trim and black accessories. Her corsage was of pink sweetheart roses. A reception was held for 50 guests at Tojens on Medford ave- nue , Patchogue. The bride graduated from Bay- port High school and Wood Sec- retarial . ehoo! in New York city. A former Bayport Girl Scout she has been employed for six years in National Headquarters of Girl Scouts in New York city. She will continue there. The bridegroom graduated from schools in Germany and is em- p loyed with the Sheet Metal Com- pany in New York city. After a two-week wedding trip through New York state and Can- ada they will reside on Bell port road , West Yaphank. LEMING—DE ARCAS Misa Joyce Marion Be Areas , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward De A reas of 31 Lakeland avenue , Sayville , became the bride of Act- ing Gunnery Sergeant Robert Leming, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ru- fus Leming of Waynesville , N. C., at 4 p. m. Saturday in the Say- ville Methodist church. The Rev. Philip Dodd performed the cere - mony. Given in marriage by her fa- ther , the bride wore a street- length dress of white chiffon and face. Her shoulder-length veil was held by a small white cap. She carried an old-fashioned boucjuet of white roses and stephanotis. Miss Patricia Curran of Sayville was maid-of-honor. She wore a blue chiffon dress with pearl trim and a »mall crown with a short blue veil. Luther Rice , Jr., of New River and Jacksonville , N. C , was best man. The mother of the bride wore a blue lace dress with blue acces- sories. A reception for about 80 guests was held at the North Pole in Sayville. A buffet supper was served and music for dancing was supplied by the Melody Masters. Mr and Mrs. Leming left Tues- day for a wedding trip to Waynes- ville , N. C., where they will visit Mr. Leming ' s parents and to New River , N. C., where they will be re* iding. The bride ia a graduate of Say- ville High school and was employ- ed by the New York Telephone Company, Sayville. Her husband is a graduate of Waynesville High school. He is in the Marine Corps and station- ed at New River, N. C. DI GANGI—WORTHINGTON Mi** Carol Ann Worthington , daughter of Mr. and Mrs . Elwood Worthington of East Hampton , became the bride of Frank Di Gangi , son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Di Gangi of Bellport , at II a. m. Saturday in St. Philomena R. C. churc h , East Hampton. Father StolU officiated. Given in marriage by her father , the bride wore a ballerina-length gown of aatin and lace. Her head- piece was a lea f arranf»ment of tm *rls and lace with a snort veil. She carried a nosegay of white flowers. Miss Cathy Worthington of East Hampton , sister of the bride , wan maid-of-honor. She wore an aqua ballerina-length gown and a matching headpiece. She carried a pink nosegay. Marvin Bell of Center Moriches was best man. The bride ' s mother wore a blue print dress and hat. Her corsage was of white carnations. The mother of the bridegroon wore a royal blue dress with a lace hat and a corsage of white carnations. A lawn party for 100 guests was held at the home of the bride ' s parents. After spending several days in New York city, Mr. and Mrs. Di Gangi will go to Alfred where they are members of the senior class at Alfred university. HOUGH—BROUSSAUD Miss Lorraine Frances Brous- sard , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Brossard of Feuereisen avenue , Ronkonkoma , was married at 2:30 p. m. Sunday to Willard Parker Hough , son of Mrs. Lucille Hough of Middle Country State highway, Selden. The marriage ceremony was \ performed by George Still , Justice of the Peace. a relative of the bridegroom , in his offices in Selden. The bride wore a street-length gown of pure white silk made with a bouffant skirt over a crinoline. The fitted bodice had a scoop neck- line and three-quarter sleeves. Her headpiece was a band with a bow to which a short veil of pure silk was attached. She carried an old- fashioned bouquet of white pom- pons and orange blossoms. Miss Alice Hanak of Ronkon- koma was the maid-of-honor. She wore a ballerina-length dress of French blue silk. The skirt was bouffant and the fitted bodice was sleeveless. She had a band of blue bachelor buttons and white carna- tions on her hair and carried an old-fashioned bouquet of the same flowers. Lucille and Susan Hough , daughters of the bridegroom by a previous marriage, were the flower girls. Their French blue silk dresses were made like that of the maid-of-honor. but had sashes with bows in the back. They also had headbands of blue bache- lor buttons and white carnations and carried baskets with blue flowers. Samuel Hough of Selden , a brother of the bridegroom , was best man. The bride ' s mother wore a street-length dress of baby blue lace and had a corsage of pink rosebuds. The bridegroom ' s mother wore a silk dress of navy blue trimmed with pink. Her corsago was also of pink rosebuds. After the ceremony, a reception was held in the Candleight Inn , Lake Ronkonkoma. Mr. and Mrs. Ho u gh are on a wedding trip throue-h New Eng- land and Canada. When thev re- turn they will make their home in Bellport. The bride was employed as a beautician in Vi and Carl' s Beauty Salon in Lake Ronkonkoma and the bridegroom is emp loyed as a crane operator for a large con- struction company. MARTYN—JACKSON Miss Frances Bernadette Jack- son , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick B. Jackson of Snedecor avenue, Bayport , was married to John James Martyn , son of Mr. and Mrs. James Martyn of Ron- konkoma , at a nuptial mass at 10 a. m. Saturday by the Rev. Thad- deus Rooney at Our Lady of the Snow R. C. church , Blue Point. Baskets of white assorted flowers decorated the altar. The bride , who was given in marriage by her father , wore a floor-length gown of white silk- organza over satin and tulle. The scoop neckline was appliqued with Jiandsewn sequins and small roses with a detail of roses coming to n point at the fitted waistline. Small roses were also sewn all over the bouffant skivt. Her headpiece wns a jeweled crown of seed pearl s which held her silk illusion finger- tip veil. She carried a cascade bouquet of white fujie chrysanthe- mums with a corsage center of ste phanotis and pompons. The maid-of-honor was Diane Reopellitte ot Holbrook. Her floor- lencth gown was of peacock blue taffeta with a fitted bodice with ruffled tulle at hustline and very full skirt of tulle over taffeta. Her headpiece was a blue jeweled crown and she carried a colonial bouquet of deep blue carnations and white pompons. The bridesmaids were Miss Bettv Jackson of Bayport , sister of the bride , and Miss Josephine Martyn , sister of the bridegroom. Thev wore gowns identical to the maid-of-honor ' s but in smolvy blue. They also wore jeweled crowns of smoky bine and carried colonial bouquets of light blue. John Martyn , brother of the bridegroom , was best man. The ushers were Frederick Jackson , brother of the bride, and John Long. The _ bride ' s mother wore a cocktail gown of olive green cord- ed silk with brown accessories and her corsage was yellow roses. The bridegroom ' s mother wore a cocktail-length gown of beige lace with black acessories. Her corsage was talisman roses. A reception was held at Land' .? End. Sayville , for wedding party, familv and relatives. After a two-week wedding trip thev will reside in Ronkonkoma. The bride was graduated from Seton Hall High school and ?s employed at the Oystermans Bank in Sayvillp. The bridegroom is a graduate of Sayville High school and served two year? in the armed forces. He is employed 1iy the Long Island Pai' rond. LIGUORI—NATALE Miss Mary A. Natale , daughter of Mrs. Thomas Natale of Mastic , became the bride of Thomas G. Liguori , Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Liguori of Yaphank road. East Patchogue. at 2 p. m. Satu rday in St. Joh n ' s R. C. rhureh , Center Moriches. The Rev. Matthew Wnieski performed the double ring ceremony. Given in marriacre bv her uncle. John Potokin of Mastic, the bride wore a gown of French imnorted Charitilly lace styled with a scalloned neckline and a sntin banded bodice. In the back , ruffles cascaded into a brush train. Her wedding veil was held oy a can trimmed with pearls and she carried a bouquet of white orchids. carnations and roses with flower- ed streamers. Miss Loretta Cester of Shirley was maid-of-honor. She wore a cherry red eown of silk ortranza. over taffeta. street-length , fashioned with puffed sleeves and a full skirt. The bridesmaids were Miss Maie-aret Amundsen of West- hnnipton nnd Misses Nancy Poto- kin nnd Miss Joyce Potokin , both of Mastic. Their royal blue silk organza gowns were made like the maid-of-honor ' s. All the at- tendants wore headpieces to match their dresses. The maid-of-honor carried red nnd white carnations and the bridesmaids , blue and white. Joh n Liguori of East Patchoeue was best man. T^e nsbers were Al Neiel ski of . TCast Patchorrne nnd Thomas Natale and Joh n Potokin of Mastic. The bride ' s mother wore a sanp hire blue oreanza gown over taffeta and a white hat of petals. Her corsae'e was of white roses. The bridegroom ' s mother wore a beige silk organza trown over taffeta and a large beige feather- ed hat. Her corsage was also of white roses. A reception for 100 guests was held at the Lindenmere in Center Moriches and a turkey dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs. Liguori left for a wedding trip to Canada. Upon ! their return they will reside in Mastic until their new home in East Patchogue is completed. The bride is a graduate of Port Jefferson High school , class of 1958. Her husband is a graduate of Patchogu e High school , class of 1055 , and served overseas in the Army. He is an assistant pharmacist at Brookhaven Me- morial hospital. More on page 3 , this section OUIi HAIX iTYLE OF THE U >.\'TH \CiiWUCMUS\ WKB CHAM PAGNE and aowi iuM , \Caprkioen \ B» ea to the fc*«4 with a light , airy feeling sad t dath of be- guiling detibrw . LUCY'S BEAI TY SHOPPE 2»9 EC. Nlaia 8U PatdMffM GIt«r*wr f -082J AIR t;X)NB* nONRD i FALL SCHEDULE 1959 . . . THE SEA HAWK : ' Between • > ! BRIDGEPORT. Conn., and PORT JEFFERSON : ; PASSF^fGE'? SERVTPF ONLY I ! from September 15 unti l Further Notice j ! MONDAY Leaves Port Jefferson : ~ ! ; thru 7:30 A . M. & 4:30 P.M. ; ! «ATlTRmv Leaves Bridgeport: ; ! SA 1 URDAY R ; 3 Q A.M. & 5:30 P.M. j > oT-rnrrk * vr< Leaves Port Jefferson : ( . SUNDA YS 3 . 30 PM> & 5:30 PM . 1 [ ONLY Leaves Bridgeport: ! J [__ 4:30 P. M. & 6: 30 P. M. J > o *\ -^!*E S2.50 per person one wav. No half-fare rates. < > C rossing time: 45 minutes. Daylight Saving Time when in J > < T *\ t - \\* timetable is subject to change without notice. J | The Bridgeport & Port Jefferson Steamboat Co. J » Phones: Bridgeport : EDtaon 4-5993: Port Jefferson: PO 8-0286 ! Read all about it in The Patch- ogue Advance , every Th u rsday, brimful of spot news and attrac- tive advertising. —Adv. Claim Settled Without Delay Mrs. Rosl yn Fox , Kew Gar- dens , N. Y.: \My claim settled without a day ' s delay. Allstate lives up to everything they say. \ Fast help and fair treatment like this explains why Allstate insures more New York cars than any other company. Friendly help from Allstate is always as near as the nearest phone. Claims often settled right \ on-the-spot \ —with no Home Office red tape. Allstate Insurance Companies , Skokie , Illinois.

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