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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, September 17, 1959, Image 11

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MAPRTPT l in st- Joseph' s R. C. church , Lake Ronkonkoma , iVi/U\r\llLL/ were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Taranto. Jr., at 3 p. m. Saturday. The Rev. Charles Nosser officiated. The bride is the former Miss Jaqueline Cassese of Lake Ronkonkoma. —Lafayette Studio NOTES ON NUPTIALS REDEFER—READ The marriage of Miss Dolores Marga ret Read , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Read of South Ocean avenue , Patchogue , to John E. Redefer , son of Mr. and Mrs. , John Redefer of Wilmington , Del., took p lace at 11 a. m. Saturday at a nuptial mass in St. Francis de Sales R. C. church , Patchogue. The Rev. F. Leo Cunning ham performed the wedding ceremony and celebrated the mass . James , Peter and John Read , brothers of the bride , and John Pil ger were the altar boys. The Papal Blessing was received. Afte r the mass the bride crowned the Blessed Mother. Arrangements of white flowers decorated the altar a n d Mrs. James Gallo p layed the wedding selections and sang \Ave Maria. \ Escorte d to the altar by her father , the bride wore a floor- length gown of peau de soie over Chantilly lace , made redingote style. The neckline of the fitted bodice was embroidered with pearls and the full skirt ended in a train. Her fingertip veil was held by . . a cap o? peau de sole , trimmed with pearls , and she car- ried on orchid on a prayerbpok. The prayerbook had been carried by her mother and her sister at their weddings. Mrs. 'Alice Desmond of Media , Pa. , a sister of the brids , was niatron-of-honor. Her gown was of app le green taffeta , floor-length , and sty led with a bustle back. She wore a small a green cap in a leaf design with a short veil. Her fall bouquet was of yellow and bronze chrysanthemums ac- mented with green leaves and wheat. Miss Joan Zebrowski of Patch- ogue and Miss Kathleen Russell of Ridgewood , a cousin of the bride , Were the bridesmaids. Their gowns and headdresses were sim- ilar to that worn by the matron- of-honor and they carried bouquets of yellow and bronze chrysanthe- mums accented with wheat and green leaves. ' George McMahon of Wilming- ton , Del., served as best man. The ushers were Thomas Rios of Dela- ware and Henry P. Rend of Patch- ogii^ , a brother of the bride. The bride ' s mother wore a dark green faille dress with brown ac- cessories and a brown orchid cor- sage. The mother of the bridegroom wore a pink lace dress and a matching hat. Her corsage was a lavender orchid. A reception was held at Albert' s Lake House in Sayville. Mr. and Mrs. Redefer left for ¦x wedding- trip to Florida. Upon their r .turn they will reside in Bridgton , N. J. The bride is a graduate of Se- ton Hall , Patchogue , and was the Girls ' Athletic director at Seton Hall. Her husband is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame He is manager of S^ars Roebuck re- tail' store in Bridgton. O'NEILL—GUZZARDI Miss Anna Marie Guzzardi, daughter of Mrs. Daniel Guzzardi of Freewood Acres . . N. J., and the !ate Mr. Guzzardi , was married to Peter O'Neill . Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter O'Neill , Sr., of Bell- port at 4 p. m. September 6 in St. Mary ' s of the Assumption R C. church , Freewood Acre s , N. J Father Gaitor performed the ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her brother-in-law , Ray Marino. She wore a floor-length gown of Alencon lace over taffeta and an elbow-length tulle veil. She car- ried a fan with a white orchid. Miss Elise O'Neill of Bellport, sister of the bridegroom , was the maid-of-honor. She wore a tur- quoise ballerina-length gown of silk organza and a matching pic- ture hat. Her bouquet was of pink rosebuds and small yellow chry- santhemums. . The bridesmaids were Miss Joan O'Neill of Bellport , Miss Rosalie Wexler and Miss Barbara Knott of Freewood Acres , N. J., who wore ballerina length gowns of peacock silk organza and match- ing p icture hats. T.indn Jean Marino was the flower girl and was dressed like the bridesmaids. Barney O'Neil of Patchogue was best man and the ushers were Walter Crisanto , Benny Prestia- and Dan Prestia of New Jersey. The mother of the bride wore an orchid lace gown with navy accessories and an orchid corsage. The bridegroom ' s mother wore a navy gown with mauve acces- sories , and an orchi d corsage. A reception for 150 guests was held at the Ocean Park Inn , Lake- wood , N. J., and music was pro- vided by a 5-piece orchestra. After a wedding trip to Florida , the couple will reside in Freewood Acres , N. J. The bride graduated from a New Jersey High school , and her husband is a graduated of Bell- port High school. WESCHE—NORWOOD Miss Katherine Elizabeth Nor- wood , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Norwood of Eastport , was married to Delbert W. Wesehe , Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Wasche, Sr., of Montauk highway. South Haven , at 7 p.m., August 29 in St. John ' s Lutheran church , Sayville. The Rev. Louis H. Marti n officiated. The church was decorated with yellow chrysanthemums. The bride wore a three-quarter length gown of white lace over taf- feta with a scoop neckline and three-quarter sleeves. Her finger- tip veil was held by a band of flowers and pearls. She carried a cascade bouquet of white car- nations with gardenias. The maid-of-honor , Miss Joan Brown of Eastport , wore a waltz- length gown of blue net over taf- feta with matching accessories and carried pink and blue carnations. Richard Bressler of Brookhaven served as best man. The bride ' s mother wore a gown of royal blue silk with white ac- cessories , while the mother of the bridegroom wore powder blue witli matching accessories. After the ceremony, a wedding reception was held for the wedding party at the home of the bride ' s irother-in-law and sister , Mr. and Mrs . Jack Vakay, of Eastport. The bride and bridegroom then left on a five-day tour of the Adirondacks and are now z-esiding on Montauk highway, South Haven. Mr. Wesehe graduated from East- port High school , which his wife also attended , and is now employed at the Suffolk Game Preserve lodge in South Haven. The bride v. as employed by the New York Te lephone Company. WHITE—KORF AGE Mrs. Annelie Korfage of Bald- win and James White of Grundy avenue , Holbrook , were married August 22 , at the home of Mr. and Mrs . Ray Miller in Huntington , by the Rev . John Hall Seller. The bride was given in marriage by her son-in-law , Robert Scaring! of Tuckahoe. She wore a light blue lace gown with a ch iffon overskirt. Her hat and veil were, of powder blue and she wore a pink -corsage of sweetheart roses. The matron-of-honor was Mrs. Robert Scaring! , daughter of the bride. She wore a beige dress with matching accessories and a cor- sage of yellow sweetheart roses. Susan Miller and Debbie and Kathy Scaring! were flower girls. They wore identical dresses , yel- low , blue and pink respectively, and carried baskets of flowers. William Rose , Jr., of Wyan- danch was the best man. A reception following the cere- mony was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Miller with 30 friends and relatives present. The bridegroom is foreman of the Long Island State Park coin- mission. He spent four years in the Air Force during World War II. The couple are ' now residing in their home on Grundy avenue , Hol- brook , following a wedding trip throug h up-state New York. DOLLOP—PETERS Our Lady of the Snow R. C. church , Blue Point , was the scene of the wedding of Miss Barbara Ann Teresa Peters , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Peters of 8 Park street , Bl ue Point , to Michael Dollop of 70 Nelson ave- nue , Blue Point , son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ueber of 6 Marth a court , Blue Point , at 4 p. m. Sat- urday The Rev. Thaddeus Rooney officiated. Alfred Druhm , Sr., of Blue Point sang \Ave Maria. \ Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor-length gown of lace over taffeta with sequins at the neckline and tiers of lace around the front and back. Her fingertip veil fell from a crown headpiece and she carried a fan shape bouquet of white roses , white carnations and baby ' s breath. Miss Frances Purcoll of Blue Point was maid-of-honor. She wors an orchid chiffon gown made with a full skirt and a V neckline with a matching satin bow at the waist. Her headpiece was an orchid net cap with a short veil and she carried a bouquet of roses match- ing her gown. The bridesmaids were Miss Vir- ginia Pearsall and Miss Carol King both of Blue Point. The brides- maids ' gowns were styled like that of the maid-of-honor as were the headpieces , one bridesmaid wore blue and the other , yellow. They ais.o carried bouquets of roses matching their gowns. Vincent Miao of Floyd road , Shirley, was best man. The ushers were Robert Seitz , Blue Point and Frederick Peters , brother of the bride , also of Blue Point. \ Joseph Rettig, of Blue Point , nephew of the bridegroom , was the ring bearer. » The mother of f he bride wore a full skirted pink nylon street- length dress with black acces- ories and a white rose corsage. The mother of the bridegroom wore a pink lace street-length dress with black accessories and a white rose corsage. A reception for 75 guests was held at G p. m. at the Blue Point firehouse where a buffet was served. After a week' s honeymoon in New England the couplo will re- side at Marth a court , Blue Point. The bride attended Bayport High school and h employed at the Blue Point Laundry. The bridegroom , who came to this country seven years ago from Yugoslavia became a United States citizen in 1068. and is em- ployed by Al Druhm Company in Blue Point, CLUB NEWS ISRAEL-JACOB AID SOCIETY The Daughters of Israel-Jacob Aid society will meet at 8:30 p. m. today in Temp le Beth-El when the new officers will be installed by Rabbi A. Irving Schnipper. Mrs. Schnipper will give the invocation. The program will include a musical interlude by Mrs. Florence Goldstein , soloist. She will be ac- companied by Mrs. Jay Brunch , pianist. \ v. \ . ' * * * WOMEN'S FELLOWSHIP Mrs. William Jenkins, president , was in charge of the first fall meeting of the Women ' s fellow- ship of the Congregational church Monday night. The worship serv- ice was conducted by Mrs. George Breuker. Mrs. Arie van Kleef. Ways and Means chairman , announced that a rummage sale will be held in the church October 0 , 7 , 8 and D. The annual fall bazaar and lunch- eon will be held November 4. The program, presented by Mr. nnd Mrs . Winslow Eeker , was an account in word and colored slides of their extensive two-month trip through Europe by Volkswagen. The hostesses were Mesdames Edwin Johnanknecht , Jr.. Maud Martels and Dagmar Melvin. PATCHOGUE WOMAN'S CLUB The Woman ' s Club of Patchogue will begin their 1050-GO season at 7 p. m. today with a dinner at Albert' s Lake House in Sayville. Mrs. Milton Coe and Mrs. Ro- bert Conklin are in charge of the arrangements. A business meeting will follow with Mrs. Milton Kana , president ^residing. * * * MT. CARMEL ROSARY SOC. At the recent feast of St. Liber- ate, the Rosary society of Our Lady of Mount Carmel R. C. church held a cake sale. An award of a large Bible cake decorated with rosary beads was presented to Mrs. Mary Spaecor- ctella of Everett street , Patchogue. Other awards were received by Mesdames Mary Felice , H. Ollen- dorf , Rose Marie Limoggio , Sam Gallo and Mrs. Galli. The next meeting of the club will be September 28 when election of officers will take place. * * » ELKS AUXILIARY The Ladies ' auxiliary of the Patchogue Elks met at the club- house on East Main street , last Thursday with Mrs. Walter Kiezel pres iding. Thirteen members were present. Mrs. Fred Neighlev was awarded a special prize and Mrs. James Hoolan won the attendance prize. Plans were made for a \Bad Taste party \ to be held at the clubhouse October 10. Prizes will be awarded , refreshments served and there will be dancing. The auxiliary ' s monthl y card party will be held at the club- house at 8 p. m. September 24 . Engagements Mr. and Mrs. Edwin G. Ushei of 510 Old North Ocean avenue Patchogue , announce the engage - Miss Carol L. Usher ment of their daughter , Carol Lor- raine , to James Arthur Holman , son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hol- man of 51 Barteau avenue , Blue Point! Miss Usher is a graduate of Patchogue ' High school and St. Luke ' s Hospital School of Nursing in New York city. She is now on the staff of St. Luke ' s hospital. Mr. Holman is a graduate of Patchogue High school and is em- ployed by Grumann Aircraft En- gineering Corporation in Beth- page. No date has been set for the wedding. * • • Mr. and Mrs. Louis Garafola of 9 Cleveland street , Patchogue , Miss Anita Cario have announced the engagement of their daughter , Miss Anita Cario , to Charles Steu rer of Central Islip. Miss Cario is employed at The Patchogue Bank. No date has * been set for the weddings * . * • Mrs. Edward J. Underwood of 125 River avenue , Patchogue, an- nounced the engagement of her daughter , Edith , to Walter T. Sczerbo , son of Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ter Sezerbo of Old Medford ave- nue , Patchogue. A spring wedding is planned. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hathaway Goff • of Providence , R. I., an- nounced the engagement of their daughter , Nelia , to Charles Dun- bar , son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dunbar of Otis lane , Bellport , Sep- tember 5. Miss Goff is a senior at Vassar , Poughkeepsie. Mr. Dunbar is a graduate student at the School of International Studies. Columbia university. He was graduated from Harvard university, Cambridge , Mass., last year. * * * Mrs . Louis Mernak of 153 Gar- field avenue , Sayville , announces the engagement of her daughter , Miss Elinor Ann , to Ronald Al- bert Kolb of Dunn court , Sayville. The wedding will take place in St. John ' s Lutheran church , Say- vill e , . at 3 p. m. September 26. 1 To Be Successful — Advertise Frances Johnson Li ght as air, delightfully soft and fluffy—that' s the way we al- ways think of chiffon. In a gown it means a vision of beauty, and we ' re glad that it' s so popular right now. And in food chiffon means another kind of vision—fluffy, sm«oth , de- lectable visions. Chiffon dishes are so popular , too , chocolate chiffon, pumnkin chiffon , ncsselro 'de chiffon , lime chiffon and dozens of others . Best of all . with us is lemon chiffon. Now there are all kinds of watchers — bird watchers , sky watchers , clock watchers — but perhans the organization having the largest membership is the waistline watchers—of which we are a member. So when we discovered a erust- ess p ie. we thought we really had something, we didn 't stop to think. But on second thouirht, we 'd call it more of a nudding. Lovely lemon chiffon puddinir. an illusion and a snare—for while it hasn 't a crust it has a goodly \dash\ of whipped cream—about a cupful . But we fell , we tried the re- ci pe and it is so perfectly deliciou s that we didn 't even remember we had a waistline. Criisilefis Lemon Chiffon Pic 1 tablespoon gel a tine V* cup cold milk 1 cun scalded milk 1 cup sugar Vt teaspoon salt 3 beaten ecrjr yolks % CUD lemon juice rind of 1 lemon 3 egg whites beaten stiff 1 cup of whipping cream Soften gelatine in col d milk. Graduall y add sugar and salt to egi' yolks. Add egg yolk mivture to hot milk and cook until thick . «t' r' - inrr constantly Remove from heat add irelfitine. nnd stir until flUcnHrpd Pool - ndd lemon iniee , grated rind , fold in ei f <r whites, fold in whi pped cream. Put in the refrigerator and let it set until firm. Delicious to serve afte r a bi g dinner. A Pinch of This and A Pinch of That ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF L. I. Artistic Marble MANUFACTURING , INC. 236 E. Main St. Pt. Jefferson POrt Jefferson 8-2999 • IMPORTED MARBLE COCKTAIL TABLES X- • FURNITURE TOPS • FIREPLACES • PATIOS Repairing & Polishing Furniture Legs of All Sizes Large Assortment of Lamps ELECTROLYSIS Removal of Superfluous Hair Medicall y Approved MRS. M. 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