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Pamela Diane Renick Becomes Bride Of Peter John Chomyii Jr. Of Scotch Plains
Sweeny Chapui on ciiu Butler University Campus, Indianapolis, Indiana was the scene of the marriage August 31st of Miss Pamela' Diane "Renick and Peter John Chomyn Jr. The bride wore an ivory peau de sole and Chantilly lace gown which featured a Chapel length lace train, Her ballerina-length veil fell from a peau de sole circlet. She carried a cascade of phalaenopsls orchids, Miss Karen Ann Krebs of Indianapolis was maid of honor. Miss Sandra Meko and MlssSusanne Talmage served as bridesmaids. They wore a p r i c o t dresses of candlelight satin and carried bouquets of tangerine Fuji Mums and eucalyptus loaves. Robert Keith Butterfield of Springfield, 111. was best man. Ushers were Louis Collier of P i t t s b u r g h , Pa. and Chris Chomyn, brother of the bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs. RobertD. Renick of Indianapolis, Indiana are the bride's parents. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter J, Chomyn, 2208 Coles Avenue, Scotch Plains. After a reception in the Hoicomb Garden House at Sutler University the couple left for a wedding trip to the Lake Michigan Shore. The bride attended Purdue University. Mr, Chomyn was graduated from Scotch Plainsfanwood High School and Purdue University and is associated with Westinghouse in Pittsburgh, Pa.


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Mrs. Bruce Marshall Gordon (Photo j . j . Alexander)

Mrs, Peter J . Chomyn, Jr.

Couple Wed; To Reside Abroad
The marriage of Karen Theresa Kania of 1521 Martine A vs., Scotch Plains, to Bruce Marshall Gordon of 14 Klmball Circle, Westfield cook place on September 7, at 3 p.m. at St. Bartholemew the Apostle Church. Rev. Arnold DeRosa officiated in £hs ceremony. The couple will travel to Esher Surry, England and mak'e their home in Rotterdam, Holland. Mr, Gordon is a chemical engineer with California Texas Oil Company, The bride attended Farleigh Dickinson University in Madison, The bridegroom is a graduate of Columbia University in New York City.


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WASHINGTON <UPI) — U.S. Department of Agriculture economists say an analysis of food expenditures for 1962 probably will show that Americans spent four per cent more on food than during 1981. The reasons: an upgraded diet and use of more marketing services; more people; one per cent higher food prices.

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