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J a n e t , B o b b y - id R.ir.iiy Yost. ., T h * ttn n iia) W a y n e C. u iity R e p u b iic.ut. p icn ic w ill be lield S a ( = ! u r d a y , J u l y 27, at F u r m a n P a r k in Pultn§y-ville, T h e m e of th i s ' y e a r 's p i c n i c i s \W isdom W ith V itality —A R e p u b li c a n R e v ival\ a n d is a h a t t e m p t to .unite- eld a n d nq\y. ------- -- -------------- K v e n l s of th e d a y w ill b e g in ' - - - - - w ith., a flo a t- f ille d p a r a d e fro m ! p iano. G a t e s H a l l in P u ltn e y v ilio , dow n | A lso a p p e a r i n g fro m N e w a r k R o a d to w ill be th e R o s e C ity Four., a b a n n e r - d e c k e d L a k e K o r r h a n 'P a r k . D isp e r s e d 'through, th e p a r a d e w ill be 30 an tiq u e p a r s fro m th e R o c h e s te r C h a p ­ te r 'of th e H o r s e le s s C a r r i a g e C lub of A m e r i c a an d 12 d e e o r a t- m e n 's v a r i e t y ,, s in g i n g aiid b a r - j b e r s h t p e n s e m b le . M e m b e r s p f the q u a r t e t a r e A n tho n y Cola- Cino, firs t te n o r ; H a r o l d S h i e s , .second', te n o r ; F r e d S a n f o r d e d tru c k s a n d co n v e r ti b l e s c a r - 1 f i r s t .bass; a n d H a r o l d F o l i r t t e , ry i n g d i g n i t a r i e s and q u e e n s seco n d b a s s . fro m 10 to w n s in th e C o u n ty , A t th e p a r k , e n t e r t a i n m e n t : w ill be p r o v i d e d co n tin u o u s ly ffo m 1 to . 10 p .m . Of p a r t i c u l a r in t e r e s t w ill b e th e a p p e a r a n c e o f th e T in i Ju i n i B r a s s , a jazz; b a n d co m p o s e d . ' of N e w a r k H ig h School: stu d e n ts. F o r m e d in 1967, the g r o u p h a s p e r f o r m e d a t c o u n t r y c i u b s and f r a t e r n a l fu n c t i o n s an d h a s c u t tw o re c o r d s . T h e y h a v e b e e n R o u n d ing o u t N e w a r k ’s e n t e r ­ t a i n m e n t c o n t r i b u t i o n s w ill be a folk d u e t c o m p o s e d of D e n ise F i s c h e t t e a n d L a u r e l K a u f m a n , both co llege fre s l n n e n . Susan- M .ason, also a c o lleg e fre s h m a n , w ill be N e w a r k 's e n t r y in the g r o u p of \ p r e t t y g i r ls of W a y n e C o u n ty .” . A fe?y p o in t o f In t e r e s t .will be. a w h ite- .e l e p h a n t sale, o f new aiid old o b j e c t s , fe a t u r i n g a sil ajjk e d to p e r f o r m a t th e T h r e e v e r bow l d o n a t e d b y G o v e r n o r R i v e r s In n n e a r S y r a c u s e th i s ! Nelson, R o c k e f e l l e r a n d a copy, s u m m e r , a p p e a r i n g o n th e b i l l ! o f ‘‘C o m p ilatio n of W o rks p f A r t w ith J i m m y D u r a n t e . , a n d O th e r O b j e c t s in the U n ited M e m b e r s o f th e T in i J - a t n i '' S t a t e s , ” .a u t o g r a p h e d by Con- M R S . G E O R G E W . E L D R ID G E , JR . S h a r o n A l l i s o n M i n s J u n e B r i d e s i n C h u r c h C e r e m o n y •M iss S h a r o n L o u ise A lliso n , d a u g h t e r o f M r. a n d M rs, A lb e r t G . A lliso n o f 81 D e a r b o r n S t., Ja m e s t o w n , b e c a m e th e b r id h of G e o r g e W illia m E ld r i d g e , J r „ so n o f M r. a n d M r s . G e o r g e Wl E id r i d g e , S r / o f 12.6 W . S h e r m a n A ve., N e w a r k , S a t u r d a y a t 2 p.m . in th e \PilgriiTi M e m o r i a l C o n - ----------- ■ ------ — ----------- - ------- B r a s s a r e G r e g C o o p e r, firs t tru m p e t; : R i c k H u s ton,, g u i t a r ; J e r r y H u b b a r d , x y lo p h o n e ; D a ­ v id © w e n , d r u m s ; B r u c e R a d i, b a r i t o n e ; , a n d T e r r i F i s c h e t t e , g r e s s m a n F r a n k H o r to n . H a r o l d B a u e r of N e w a r k w ill, b e th e au c t i o n e e r . O t h e r a t t r a c t i o n s w ill in c lu d e a n h i s t o r i c a l - p o li t i c a l d i s p l a y b y th e W a y n e C o u n ty H i s t o r i c a l : M u s e u m in L y o n s a n d p l a y ­ g r o u n d fa c i l i ti e s for th e k id d ies. C o n c e s s io n s t a n d s of a l l ty p e s \ w ill b e in -o p e r a tio n a n d G O P s w e a t s h i r t s , fav o r s a n d flag s w ill b e sold fro m s e v e r a l lo c a ­ tio n s . • H i g h lig h tin g th e d a y 's acti'vL tie s w ill be the k e y n o te a d d r e s s at 3 p ,m . by the H o n o r a b l e .G e r a l d .F o r d , .h o u s e m i n o r i t y le a d e r . . P r e c e d i n g F o r d 's , a ri.d r e s s ' . W a y n e C o u n ty V ietnam , v o t e r - . a n s w ill be h o n o r e d a t th e p a v i ­ lion. C o n n ros.sm rm H o r t o n w ill p r e s e n t \ t h e d isa b le d ' v e t e r a n s - with, a flag w h ich h a s flow n o v e r ! th e C a p itol ih 'W a s h in g to n . M u - 1 sic fo r th e c e r e m o n y w ill be p r o v i d e d b y th e M a r c h K in g s : B a n d fro m O n tario . F o llo w in g the m a i n a d d r e s s ' th e r e w ill b e a free p icn ic for a l l , A la r g e n u m b e r of. v isito r s a r e e x p e c t e d fro m e v e r y tow n in th e c o u n t y , a c c o r d i n g to Jo h n W e s t e r b e r g ,. g e n e r a l p icnic c h a i r m a n . .\This th e m e , 'W isd o m w ith\ V i t a l i t y , '. . -com b ining old an d new , w ill m a k e o u r W a y n e C o u n ty p o li ti c a l society a g r e a t ; o n e ,” ' s a id W e s t e r b e r g . \ I n s t e a d '] of th e p a r e n t s ' ju s t .bringing, th e i r \c h i l d r e n to th e p icn ic, w e ; a l s o \ w a n t th e c h il d r e n to b r i n g th e i r p a r e n t s . ” V in c e n t -Palm e r., c h a i r m a n of th e W a y n e C o u n ty R e p u b li c a n ..P a r ty , h a s p r o c l a im e d th a t all W a y n e C o u n ty R e p u b lic a n s fly th e i r flag's o n S a t u r d a y in h o n o r o f th e o c c a s io n , IN VIETNAM A , Ruffnlo, Jr., son and Mrs. Francis A . Ruffaio, 305 W. Maple A v e ., is now with the 1st Bn., 9th Marines, 3rd MarC Div., A Co., 1st Plat., FPO, San Francisco, Calif. M iss J a c k i e S c h w a r tz, d a u g h ­ te r - of .K ir. a n d M rs. E a r l -A cbaV Y tz \ o f V ienna -St. R d ., ‘ \ N e w - . i P k . an d G a r y p . K e l l e r , s-uT o f M r , an d M r s . A l b e r t .K e l ­ ler. of 12i f i m t o n S t., P a l m y r a , „ w e r e in t r r w d W e d n e s d a y , J u l y . , -17 ..u 7 ' p.in \t the P u 'c h R e , '•ir-ii'-ri -C h u rch in. P a l m y r a w ith th e R e v R o b e rt O n d r a .p e r f o r m ­ in g the c e r e m o n y . ., NO S P R I N K L I N G ' M a r i o n - D u e to a ’w a t e r sh o r t ­ a g e iq M a r w h . re s i d e n t s h a v e , be* n .ailvi.M’d b y . the w a t e r su- p c r latci.U c n t \ th a t the .sprinkling of la w n s should be e l i m i n a t e d ■Pic. .F r a n c i s 'un til fu r t h e r n o tice. -■ ’ o f Mr.. ^ * WED ON JULY 17 <=» p s s a . t < e t ■ The Perfect Diamond 0 . R. BOYNTON Formerly BoudJetfc’* -i JEWELERS 107 E. Unionist. Newark HOUSE PAINT N e w a r k ® C i m | i I | l 210 N. MAIN ST. 331,2120 OPEN TILL 4 P.M. ON SATURDAYS g r e g a t i o n a l C h u r c h . T h e R e v . W illia m M e l b e r g c h h p l a i n - of H a l l M e m o r i a l H o m e , p e r f o r m e d th e n u p t i a l s b e f o r e a n a l t a r g r a c e d w i th a r - re n g e m e n t s of y e llo w a n d w h ite g l a d i o l i , c a r n a t i o n s a n d d a i s i e s . T h e c h u r c h p e w s w e r e d e c o r a t ­ e d w i t h w h ite b o w s . M u s ic i a n s fo r th e d o u b l e rin g c e r e m o n y w e r e M r s . R o d e r i c k B u r r o w s , o r g a n i s t , a n d M iss R u t h Y a n c e y , v o c a l i s t. M iss' P a t r i c i a A lliso n o f B u f ­ fa l o w a s m a i d Of h o n o r fo r h e r sis t e r .^ B - r i d e s m h i d S w e r e M iss D e n i s e A h l s t r o m a n d M iss V a l­ e r i e L o f g r e n ,\ b o th of J a m e s ­ to w n . The family of M r . a n d M r s . » : Canne of F r e y S t, h e l d a ifc:1’ 5ur.ri.iy a t th e h o m e of lr and Mrs P e t e r D e i s e r i n g of cute 63 Phelps. The - 0 . ..sion m a r k e d th e re - bxP-: ‘hr- rahr d a u g h t e r s a n d irte .-»:.s and fam ilies of th e ?nnes. nho Bad n o t a l l - b e e n wrtb'r in live y e a r s , ■Ttcn- attendtog w e r e M l’, a h d n Peter iR e g e h a ) D e i s e r i n g Phelps, Mr.. an d M r s . J o h n snne r.; N iagara F a i l s ; M r . id Mrs Rot;er (A m e lia!. B la n n Mr. and M r s . T im o r ij (Evi-iyni S u lliv a n o f D e l Ef.aeh, F la.; M r , a n d M r s . P W e ^ L u c ille i L e n n o n of P a l - lyra V.ncent C a n n e of P h e l p s ; p Mr „nd M rs, R i c h a r d ' C a n - cf \Newark. A lso a t t e n d i n g [rte. er.indchildren a n d g r e a t faadfhildren. -wdft- M r. a n d - M r s . K e n - w a s b e s t m a x i fo r h i s n e p h e w . U s h e r s w e r e W illia m E l d r i d g e o f N e w a -rky b r o t h e r o f th e b r i d e - gi-o'om , a n d S c o t t S a y l o r of W a r ­ re n , P a . T h e b r i d e 's full Ie n a t h gnw n o f w h i t e d o t t e d S w iss f e a t u r e d a c u l o t t e e f f e c t s k i r t a n d ru f f l e s d e f i n i n g th e n e c k l i n e , 1 o n g s l e e v e s a n d b o d i c e . H e r s i x ­ tie r e d flo o r le n g t h v e i l of F r e n c h illu s io n w a s h e l d in p l a c e b y a trip l e h e a d b o w . H e r b o u q u e t w a s a n a r r a n g e m e n t of y e llo w ro s e s , w h ite c a r n a t i o n s : a n d S t e p h a n p t i s a c c e n t e d w ith ivy.. * m h e b r i d a l a t t e n d a n t s w o r e y e llo w p l a i d , d o t t e d S w iss g a r ­ d e n g p w n s and- th r e e - t i e r e d el­ bow le n g t h tu l le v e i j s c a u g h t to h e a d b o w s . T h e m a i d o f h o n o r c a r r i e d a b o u q u e t of yeilo w a n d w h i te d a i s i e s , w h ile th e b r i d e s ­ m a i d s c a r r i e d b o u q u e ts o f w h ite d a i s i e s . A ll g o w n s a n d h e a d p i e c e s , in­ c l u d i n g h e r ow n , w e r e d e s ig n e d a n d m a d e , b y th e b r i d e . . A b u f f e t su p p e r w a s s e r v e d to 150 g u e s t s a t th e re c a p t i o n h e ld a t V a s a P a r k , D r if tw o o d R d .. J a m e s t o w n . A ides in c lu d e d M iss A b b jr F e i n , M iss Ju d y H a g g - m a r k , M iss D a r n e l l E l d r i d g e , M r s , -H e r m a n : . H a g g m a r k an d M r s , T h o m a s D u n n . F o llo w in g - a w e d d in g tr i p to L a k e P l a c i d ’, th e A d i r o n d a c k s a r e a a n d N e w Y o r k C ity , th e co u p le w ill b e a t th e i r h o m e a t 2 3 8 \ D a r t m o u t h S t . , R o c h e s t e r , T h e b r i d e , a 1967 g r a d u a t e of J a m e s t o w n H ig h S c h o o l, is a \re .................... „ , c e n t g r a d u a t e of H a r p e r -M e thod P a u l S h k lan k o o f ^ N c w Y o r k -D e a u t y S c h o o l . - H e r - .h u s b a n d , a U . S . N a v y v e t e r a n , i s e m p lo y e d b y L e o n T y p e w r i t e r a n d ' S u p p ly , C o . in R o c h e s t e r . - “ j A r e h e a r s a l din n e r , w a s g i v e n ;a t th e T e r r a c e I n n by th e b r i d e ’ a r o o m ’s p a r e n ts.\ \ Phelps Girl Announces Troth to S. Lansing Man M r . a n d M r s . J a c k A n d r e w s o f W . M a in S t ., P h e l p s a n ­ n o u n c e th e e n g a g e m e n t , o f th e i r d a u g h t e r , V a l e r i e V e y , to D a v i d W illiam G p a n e s o f S o u th L a n s - in g . N . Y .. so n o f M ir, a n d M r s . Icnnie Merton and S u s a n , D a v id. Lisa of N e w a r k ; D a r l e n e , . |ie and P a u l C a n n e of N i- Sfa-Falls, M r. a n d M r s . R o d - ' T.Deijprmg and Jef{ a n d D e b- .i> Phelps; M r, a n d M rs., r.r»s D e is e ring a n d B i l l , . Barbara. B r e n d a a n :.'d i®y of P h e lp s ; Jo e L e n n o n of. and D ickie, J e f f a n d . ,™ew cann e of N e w a r k . 'rao er-*ndsons .qf th e C a n n e s - were u n a b le to a t t e n d 01 m ilitary s e r v i c e . T h e y lst Lt and M r s . L e o n D e i- ■.M and f a m ily w h o a r e w i t h f army stationed a t F t ; S ill, <md Jam e s . L ennoU of P a l - J ? who >s w ith th e M a r i n e lrPs in: V ietnam . R o b e r t . A. N e w 'm a n n o f O k a n o - ’ g a n , W a s h . 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