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M VlvRlFD 111 September weie Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus T. Osen- Kowsk i in Our I ad\ of Mt. Carnu l R. C. Church . Patchogue. The Ke\ . Sa\ erio Mattei officiat ed. Ihe bride is the former Miss Patric ia \nn New ham ot Patchogue. —Photo by M. E. Maler WED RECENTLY were Mr. and Mrs. Carmelo Astacio , who were married in Our Lady of Monserrate Church , Brooklyn. The bride is the former Miss Nancy Kaffka of Farmingville. —Globe Photo | Get On the Winning Team- \ | Islip Town Now Has: 1 • ANE W Republican Leadershi p I I • A NEW B r i ght Program of Progress I I • A NEW Tomorrow in Sight I \Isli p Town is on the verge of greatness. Progress is for those who I £ plan. Just as it is foll y to change horse s in mid-stream , it would be I HiMaHMM^^^M^Mm *°^ y to re P^ ace tne w inning Republican J I SB P P^^^IHB H ' team w * tn \\tried politicians of dubious J I HK K IHH merit * Whatever your political belief , this is 1 I §R «g YOUR town. 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They woi e stiet t-len< ith lavi ndei taffeta di esses , clow ns ol lave\<k . • ihry- s .uitheiminis with \ei!s snnilai to that of the maid-of-h onoi - . Tiieir i , si ade bouquets weie <;f la\end' l i hi \ santhemums and white l oses. The bnde and all hen attendants wen uiaduated tiom \ \Iethodi-1 Hospital of Biooklyn St nool of N\.i-in» . jubt -ix da^ s puoi to the w eddinu -John \\ alkei of Biooklyn served as best man. The ushe's wee Wil ham Biotkmeyei and Daniel Mur- ia> . both of Biookkn. Followinu the ceiem my a buf- fet was sei\ed to i '0 people at tlx Tandenmeie Hotel , Ten-ei Mor- lie- , with musu tin airbed by Pi tei Me/.zape 'le and his oiches- 11 a lhe bnde was a ] >3S «iiaduate of Centei Alonches II iu , h School ot whn . h cli-b she seivod as vue pu-nlent and was a membef oi tlx National Honoi Sin lety. On he I yiadu ition fiom ?.Iettiodist Hospital of Biookl>a School oi \in sing bhe was the lecipient of the Student Council Si 'i'ice aw aid and fn-t pn/.e foi outstandni 4 achun enxMit. Hi l husband giaduatxi fro n FoitJUamjlton Hiuh Soli x>l m l.)Vi and ^ei\)ed with the Mann^ Toip: foi two years. . He l > employed by Towei Ciossman Coipo' ^tion in New Yoi k City. The c ouple honei m axie 1 in the Poconos for one week and are now- residing on Moriches Avenue in Mastic. DENOBILE— MURPHY St. Jude ' s R. C. Church in Mastic Beach was the scene of a wedding at 3:30 p. m. Saturday when Miss Eileen Patricia Mur- phy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Murphy of Revilo Avenue , Shirley, became the bride of Den- nis DeNobile , son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DeNobile of Whittier Drive , Mastic Beach. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. William Reilly before the altar banked with bouquets of white chrysanthemums ar) d ste- phanotis. Escorted to the altar by her father , the bride wore a gown of white silk organza over taffeta , styled with an illusion neckline and long pointed sleeves which were appliqued with Alencon lace and embroidered with seed pearls. Th floor-length hooped skirt cas- caded in a chapel train that form- ed into a butterfly bustle back. Her fingerti p-length net veil was edged w ith Alencon lace and was attached to a seed pearl crown She cairied a cascade bouquet of stephanotis and ivy with a double oichid center. Miss Maureen Murphy of Shir- ley, a sister of the bride , w r as maid-of-honor. She was attired in a flooi -length aqua gown of silk oiganza over taffeta , fashioned with a gatheied bodice and cap sleeves. She wore a rose-shaped headpiece with a small veil and earned a descent-shaped bouquet of white and aqua fugi chrysan. themums. The bridesmaids were Miss Ge- raldine Murp hy of ShMey, a sis- ter of the bride , Mrs. Charlene Call of Center Moriches ; Mrs. Paula Russo of Mastic Beach , and Miss Mary O'Neill of Shirley. Their g-owns of cherrv-rose silk organza were made the same as the maid-of-honor ' s and they wore matching rose shaped headpieces and cai ried a crescent-shaped bau quets of white and cheiry-rose fugi chrysanthemums. Sam De Rosa of Astona served as best man. The ushers were Wil- liam Rizzitello , Raul Hernandez , John Russo , all of Mastic B°ach Frank De Rosa of Astona and William Murphy, Jr., of Shnley, a brother of the bride. At the church , music was p lay ed by the organist and Gerard Spa- gnolo of Brooklvn cousin nf t ho bridegroom , sang \A-\ e Maria. \ The family pews were decorated with satin nbbon streamers ano carnations and steph motis. Following the ceiemony a rece- p tion and d naei ioi 175 g lest 1 was held at Canoe Place Inn in Hampton Bays. Mr. and Mrs. DeNobi l e Wt b\ plane from La Guardia Airpoi t loi a two ueens weduing trip to California and Las Vegas , Nov Upon returning home they w ill re ide on Neighborhood Road , Mas- tic Beach. The bi-de giaduated fiom Wil- liam Flovd High School in Shn- ley and is employed by Marie ' - Beauty Salon in Mastic Beach. Her husband graduated fion Center Moriches, High School an is employed by a p lunVbiug ane heating concern in Medfoid. IIUGGARD—WHALEN Miss Kettria Whalen of Gaines- ville , Ga.. daughter of Mi. and Mis. Chailes Edward Whalen , and Alan Rowland Hug^ard , son ol Mis. Fiankhn G. Huggaid and th>_ late Mr. Il igg-ird of Blue Pomt were manied at the First Piesby- teuan Chuich in Gainesville , Aug ust 20. v Mr. Huggard is a graduate of the School of Hotel Administrator at Cornell University and is con- necte d with a consulting fi rm in Atlanta , Ga., whei e the couple will leside. CLOUGH—STILL Mrs. Lois Marvin Still of Sa^ - \ille , daug hter of the late Mr. and Mis. Seth Webster Marvin of Bay- poit , was mained to Haiold C Clough of Bayport , son of the late Dr. and Mrs. William E Clough of Plattsburg , Septembei 12 , at Newpoi t , N. IL , at the home of Mi. Cloug h' b sistei , Mis. Philip IIcaM. The Rev. Chailes Rogeis nfkemted Mr. and Mrs. Clough went or a wedding trip thiough New Eng land and Canada and aie now residing at 239 Ten> Road , Sav- \ ille. Mrs. Clough is the widow oi William R. Still of Patchogue. Mr. Clough is employed by the Suffolk Broadcasting Company. GIARDINO—TINGEN Miss Eleanor Helen T ngen daughter of Mi. and Mis. Ernest G. Tingen of Poition Road , HoLs- ville , and Lloyd Giaidino, Ji.. son of Mr. and Mis. Lloyd Haiold Giardino , Sr., of 217-30 51 Avenue Bayside , w ere mained at the M«- thodnt Church , Patchogue at 12 noon Septembei 1(> The Rev Di n aid Himbhn offici ated at the doub t ring ceremony Wh te gladioli md giant white chrysanthemums i .crnecl the altai lhe w dd 114 nusic was played b\ Heibei t II in nan , Miss Garnet Tony of Hutu ington and her sistei . Mis. Mau- nce Wrin of Patchogue , wtie so- loists. lhe bnde who wa- e-c n ted to he al ar by hei fathei , was at 11 -c 11 a floor-length gown of peau dc soi e fashioned in the prince- tjle , with fu 1-lengt' i fitted sleev is. The scoop neckline was em- j elhshed with hand-app lied Alen- 0011 lace. Hsr waist-length veil cf Fiench l 'lusion fell fiom , row n of seed peail- and Alencon ace. Hei cascade bouquet was o J luji chrysanthemums antl stepha- lOt'S Miss Marion Tingen attended her sistei as maid-of-honoi. She w ore a sti eet-length diess of light blue peau de soie. The fitted bo- dice had a scoop neckline and shoit puff slee\ es , and the pleated cummerbund was of a deepei bhi.de of blue , at the center of the back of the skiit was an inver t- ed panel of the same blue as the cummerbund. She earned a bou- quet of pink daisy chrvsanthe mums and pink rosebuds. Miss Laura Tingen another s - ter of the bride , and Mrs. Richard Chapman of Hialeah , Fla.. wei e bridesmlards. They wore chesses like that of the maid-ol-honoi but in light pink with hot pink cum- merbund and panels. They earned bouquets of jcllow da by chrysan- themums. Robei t Giardino , biother of the } mde^ioom , was best man Usb ers were Roger and Petei Giai- dino. also brothels oi the bnde- gioom - all of Bayside James F01 - nataio of Blue Point and Catl Ren/, of B ildwin. A reception was held lmmedi ately following the ceiemony it tlx Pine Giove Inn 111 East Pat- chogue. The foil 1-t eted wedd ing cake was made b> the bi de mothei. The 1 Itai and bridal b 1 quets weie made bv Mi s . Chaik- Albeit Tilton , of lth ea , the bnde aunt. The bnde i- a gradua t e of \^ Baypoit High School and attended the C.W. Post and the Suffolk Community Colleges . She is pre- sentl y emp loyed at the Biookha- \cn National Laboiatory. The bndegioom is a giaduate of the New Yoik Univeisity School of Comraeiece and a mem- ber ol the Thcta Chi Fratenrty. He is emp loy ed by Huych Sys- tems Co inc , in Huntington as a -upeiviMU oi c\ lploynie it Mi and Mis (kaidm » ire now lesidmg at 1 Paik A\eiuu , Pat- chogue. A memory book of girlhood dates and other happy occasions could be rounded out to perfec- tion w ith jour choice of one of the numerously st a led w edding invitations on di«pla\ a* Tiio Vd\ance — always at budget prices . —Adv NOTES ON NUPTIALS

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