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Social and ClubNews of the Westfield A rea
Daniel R. Bender Wed§ David R. Beers Fiance Oak Knoll Students
Julie Anne Kahn Of Nancy Ann Bennett Achieve Second Honors
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennett of Students from Westfield nave
Julie Anne Kahn, daughter of Mr. Donald Paul Kennebunk, Me., have announc- been named to the second honor
Kahn of Coral Gables. Fla.. and Mrs. Marion ed the engagement of their roll at Oak Knoll School in Sum-
Kahn Adleman of Woodbridge, Conn., was mar- daughter, Nancy Ann, to David mit. They have achieved no less
ried Nov. 30, 1985 to Daniel Robert Bender of R. Beers of Waterville, Me. He is than B- in all subjects.
Berkeley. Calif. Mr. Bender is the son of Mr. and the son of Mr. and Mrs. David L. They are: Jennifer Tonzola,
Mrs. Robert Bender of Fanwood. Beers of Westfield. An April wed- the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. An-
The ceremony was performed at St. Thomas ding is being planned. thony Tonzola; Maureen
More Chapel, New Haven. Conn.. Rev, Richard The future bride graduated Mlynarczyk, the daughter of Mr.
Russell officiating. A reception followed at Pine from Kennebunk High School in and Mrs. Peter Mlynarczyk;
Orchard Yacht and Country Club. Branford. 1961 and from the Westbrook Col- Joan Ann Cure, the daughter of
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore lege in 1985. She is an adminis- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cure;
a gown of ivory silk organza with a portrait neck- trative assistant with ERA Mc- Jacki Mirda, the daughter of Mr.
line and long sleeves. The dress and train were Cann Realty in Portland, Me. and Mrs. Michael Mirda.
embellished with Alencon eyelet lace. The ivory il- Mr. Beers is a 1961 graduate of
lusion veil was attached to a band of pink sweet- Westfield High School. He
heart roses, baby breath and white dendrobium graduated cum laude from Colby
orchids. The bride carried a bouquet of these College in 1965, where he was Children'* Concert
same fresh flowers. selected to Phi Beta Kappa. He is
Miss Alexandra Kahn of New York City served associated with Windjammer Photo by Creteau's Studio Performance Added
as maid of honor. She wore a pale yellow Mary Communications in Skowhegan. David R. Beers and
McKadden gown and carried a bouquet of yellow Me Nancy Ann Bennett
Due to an increased demand
sweetheart roses and yellow dendrobium orchids. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Bender
James Bender Esq. of Fanwood served as best nia at Berkeley. He is completing a dissertation Darcylee Sobin to Wed for tickets, an extra performance
has been added to the children's
man. Ushers were Martin Gill Esq. of Montclair
and Donald Kahn, Jr. ofColrain, Mass., brother of
for his PhD. at Berkeley, and is presently
employed as a lecturer in English at Fairfield Barry W. Ash) concert of the New Jersey Ballet,
set for Sunday. Feb. 16 at the
the bride. University. Fairfield, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Sohin Theatre at Somerset County Col-
The bride is a graduate of Franklin College. A rehearsal party was hosted by the bride- of Springfield, have announced lege.
Valais. Switzerland, and received her M.A. degree groom's parents at the Yale Gradua te Club in New the engagement of their daugh- A Sunday evening per-
in modern language from Middlebury College, in Haven. Pre-nuptial parties were given by the ter, Darcylee, to Mr. Barry W. formance at 6:30 p.m. has been
Vermont. She is employed by the French Depart- bride's mother, the bride's aunt, Mrs. Betty Ellis Ashfo'rth, son of Mr, and Mrs. added to the already scheduled 3
ment, Yale University, New Haven. of Woodbridge, Conn., and the bridegroom's Bruce W. Ashforth of Westfield. p.m. Sunday matinee. Tickets
The bridegroom is | Phi Beta Kappa graduate parents. are available for both perfor-
of Rutgers College and received his master's Following a wedding trip to Salzburg, Austria, Miss Sobin is a district super- mances.
degree in Rnglish from the University of Califor- the couple resides in Ansonia, Conn. visor for five stores in the Mark The New Jersey Ballet will
Trading Corporation. bring "Peter and the Wolf" to life
Mr. Ashforth is a field engineer through ballet and modern
for CPT of .New Jersey. dance. Jazz ballet and pas deux
will also be performed.
Wendy J. Grambo An October 1986 wedding is
planned in St. Stephens Darcylee Sobin and For information, contact the
theatre box office.
Plans August Nuptials Episcopal Church, in Millburn. Barry W. Ashforth
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. administration from Kent State
Grambo of Westfield announce University. Miss Grambo is To Celebrate Sara A. Tomlinson and
employed as a junior and senior
the engagement of their
daughter, Wendy Jane, to Mr. high school music teacher in the 40th Anniversary Clayton D. Pritchett to Wed
Douglas Richard Woodfield, son Leonia Public Schools.
of Mrs. Sylvia S. Woodfield of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Tomlin- son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton
Metuchen and Mr. Richard 0. son of Vincentown, formerly of Pritchett of Charlotte, N.C.,
Woodfield of Edison. Mr. Woodfield is a graduate of
John F. Kennedy Memorial High Westfield, announce the engage formerly of Westfield.
School in Iselin, and attended ment of their daughter. Sara A n October wedding is plan-
The bride-elect is a graduate of Westminister Choir College. He Anne, to Clayton Dale Pritchett, n ed.
Westfield High School. She earn- is employed by First Fidelity
ed a Bachelor of Music degree in Bank, N.A.,' N.J., and serves as
the tenor soloist of the Westfield
education from Westminster Col-
lege, New Wilmington, Pa., and a Presbyterian Church. Opens at John Franks
Wendy J. Grambo Masters of Education degree in An August wedding is planned.
The public is invited to attend Sizes range from 4 to 16, with
. the grand opening of John such names as Corbin for
' Franks' new, women's- • depart-' Women, Hathaway, South Gate
Good News for Westfield Area Residents! Mr. and Mrs: James Quinn
ment on Feb. 8. Custom, PringJe, and other fine
Louise Yannuzzi, owner at the lines, -
store, and daughters Patricia
and Barbara, have put together a Fashion consultants and free
complete fashion-look with alterations are available.
Mr. and Mrs. James Quinn of clothing, handbags, jewelry,
Now all your financial John Franks is located at 207
Westfield will be celebrating scarves and leather accessories. East Broad St.
their 40th wedding anniversary
Saturday, Feb. 8 at an informal
dinner hosted by their daughters,
needs are under for family and relatives at Bucks
one roof. Soroptomists to Meet
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