Page8 THE WESTFIELD (N J.) LEADER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7,I9»-
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Susan Pohanka Weds Ma. Gladiota Gadia
Robert M. Schantz Wed To Vin P. Mao
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Pohanka of Bethesda, Md., Ma. Gladiola A. Gadia, daughter of Engr. and
have announced the marriage of their daughter, Mrs. Ramon S. Gadia of Westfield, was married
Susan J., to David M. Schantz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Saturday, July 22, to Vin P. Mao, son of Mrs. Path
Robert M. Schantz of Dallas, Pa., formerly of Pan-Mao of Congers, N.Y,, and the late Vuong
Westfield. The bride is also the daughter of the Mao. The wedding Mass was jointly officiated by
late Mrs. Jean J. Pohanka. the Rev. Msgr. Robert Ford and the Rev. John J.
The double ring ceremony took place on Satur- Vondras at St. Helen's Church in Nyack, N.Y. A
day, July B at the Chevy Chase Presbyterian reception followed at Bear Mountain Inn in
Church, Washington, D.C. The Rev. Richard Huey Nyack.
of St. Louis, Mo., officiated. A reception followed Readings were done by Ramon P. Alcala III,
at Woodend in Chevy Chase, Md. Marcelo V. Cedeno, Mrs. Margaret S. Burmeister
Given in marriage by her father, the bride's and Dr. Elisa E. San Juan. Offerings were done by
matron of honor was Mrs. Geoffrey Pohanka, Mrs. Abundia L. Alcala, grandmother of the bride.
Reston, Va. Her bridesmaids were Deborah George Bryant was the organist and soloist.
Bloom of New York City, Catherine Gilroy of Hun- The bride was given in marriage and escorted to
tington, N.Y. and Maile Houpert of Cairo, Egypt, the altar by her parents. She wore a full-length,
Sarah Schantz, Jericho, Vt., the bridegroom's long-sleeved gown with a fitted bodice of Alencon
niece, served as flower girl. A reading was given lace and satin, adorned with seed pearls. The
by SusanS. Paddock, Wurzburg, Germany, sister gown featured a Victorian neckline and the
of the bridegroom. cathedral-length train was appliqued with pearls.
Robert M. Schantz, Jr. of Jericho, served as his Her headpiece was edged with scalloped silk,
brother's best man. Ushers were Brian and Geof- Chantilly lace, and she carried a cascading bou-
frey Pohanka of Reston, brothers of the bride, Vin- quet of raspberry, white, and red roses, white
cent Glasser of Oakdale, N.Y. and Nicholas Chi Ids Georgian orchids, violet dendrobum, and ivy.
of Westbury, N.Y. Ma. Gertie A. Gadia, sister of the bride, was the
The bride, a graduate of Choate-Rosemary Hall maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Ma. Ginalyn A.
received a B.A. degree from Colgate University, Gadia, sister of the bride, Gloria E. Garcia and
and a M.S. degree from the University o! Mass- Kay Lim Lay. The bridal attendants wore violet,
achusetts. She is employed by Dames and Moore, silk taffeta gowns, with silver lace, and carried Photo by Pepis Studio
Willow Grove, Pa. bouquets of raspberry and White roses, lavender Mr. and Mrs. Vin P. Mao
Mr. Schantz, a graduate of Westfield High freesia and star gazer lilies and fern.
School received a B.S. degree from Perm State Flower girls for the bride were Rebekah Rose served as candle sponsor. Mr. and Mrs. Warren F.
University, and is currently pursuing a M.S. G. Sedwin, Victoria Ellen M.Zanden and Sophearl Burmeister were veil sponsors, and Tita L. Alcala
degree at Drexel University. He is employed by- B. Kong. gowns with
Photo by Wayne Hill lace andThey wore full-length whitebouquets of
violet bows, and carried
and Mr. David B. Greenberg were cord sponsors.
Unisys Corporation, Frazer, Pa. Mr, and Mrs, David M. Schantz The bride is a graduate of Ultrasound Institute
A rehearsal dinner was hosted by the bride- violet freesia, white carnations, white roses, of New York and St. Mary's Hospital in Hoboken.
After a wedding trip to Hawaii, the couple baby's breath and fern. She is employed as an ultrasound technologist.
groom's parents at the Inn, Chevy Chase. resides in Devon, Pa. Chandara Pen was best man. Ushers were Her husband is a graduate of Rockland Com-
Romano and Ramon Angelo A. Gadia, brothers of munity College. He is employed as an assistant
Penelope Chamberlin Plans Library Will the bride. Lucas Anthony A. Armena served as manager and mechanic by Midas Company in
ring bearer, Saul Jerome E. San Juan was Bible West Nyack, N.Y.
To Wed John JFright Hamner Sponsor Pgm§. bearer and Mathew M. Zangen was coin bearer. A rehearsal dinner was hosted by the bride-
The staff of Mountainside Principal sponsors were Mrs. Celia B. Green- groom and his parents at Cedar Hills in Nyack.
Dr. and Mrs. Earl M. Cham- Public Library has announced berg, Dr. Ramon L. Alcala Jr., Mrs. Adelaida A. Bridal showers were given by Ma. Gertie and Ma.
berlin of Westfield, have an- that two special programs will be Tuyay, Mr. Neowilli S. Gadia, Mrs. Leticia A. Ginalyn Gadia, the bride's sisters, in Westfield.
nounced the engagement of their taking place during the month of Armena and Mr. Lan Kong. Secondary sponsor After a wedding cruise to Nova Scotia, the cou-
daughter, Penelope Catherine, to October. On Wednesday, Oct. 11, was Mrs. Leonile S. Gadia, and Mr. Dara C. Kim ple resides in Nyack.
John Wright Hamner of Char-
lotte, N.C., son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hewitt will speak on
Robert Hamner of Fredericks- "How to Choose the Right Col- Elizabeth Demos Weds
burg, Va. lege For Your Son or Daughter."
This program will take place
The bride-elect is an assistant from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. On Satur-
vice president of Marine Midland day, Oct. 28 at 2 p.m. songster-
David L. Fitzgerald
Mortgage Corporation in Char- folklore specialist Jim Albertson
lotte. She is a graduate of Scotch will present a seasonal program Elizabeth Demos, daughter of Mrs. Andrew
Plains-Fanwood High School and for the entire family entitled Demos, Sr. of Westfield was married April 22, to
the University of Delaware. David L. Fitzgerald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
"Spooks, Spirits, and Strangers,"
Mr. Hamner is vice president Mountainside residents and Fitzgerald also of Westfield. The Rev. William
of Hamner and Associates, Inc., , t Morris officiated at the nuptial Mass at St.
a manufacturing representative library patrons are welcome at ^Helen's Church in Westfield. Immediately follow-
firm in Fredericksburg. He is a both these specials which are i n g t h e double-ring ceremony a luncheon recep-
graduate of James Monroe High funded in part by a grant from tion was held at Echo Lake Country Club.
School in Fredericksburg, and the New Jersey Council on the The bride was given in marriage by her brother,
the University of Richmond. Arts.
They each have a B.S. degree in For further information on Andrew Demos, Jr., and her uncle Thomas Lynch
business administration. these offerings, individuals may HI. Serving as matron of honor was Mrs. David
Penelope Chamberlin A February wedding is plan- telephoneanytime. Mountainside Public Halpern of New York City. Attending bridesmaids
Library, were Mary Ansbro, Catherine Fitzgerald, and
ned. Mrs. Andrew Demos, Jr., all of Westfield.
Jerseyaires To Meet Serving as best man for his brother was Daniel
. DIET Fitzgerald of Richmond, Va. Ushers were John
^CENTER Monday, September 11 Pasterczyk of Westfield, Braxton Glass of
The Jerseyaires Chorus of the „ . „ . Midland, Tex., and Alex Scroppo of Dallas, Tex.
Rahway Valley Chapter of the Barbership Harmony Monday Society
Bridal showers were given by Mrs. Donald Web-
Losing Weight May tSPEBSQSA) will meet
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Home Nursing Baptist Church, 170 Elm Street, rehearsal dinner was hosted by the bridegroom's
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