Ellen Ruth Lewis
Marries Jack Kant
Cheryl Jaisle Bride
Of Nicholas Parisi
Ellen Ruth Lewis, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Lewis of
7 Rosewood Drive Massapequa,
became the bride of Jack Kant,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Kant of Hicksville last Sunday.
The wedding took place at the
Huntington Town House and was
followed by a reception.
The bride wore a gown of silk
organza and was attended by her
cousin, Ellen Late, of Massapequa.
The best man was Jerry
Grosslicht and the ushers were
George Kant, Peter Arnot, Roger
Sorhagen and Robert Sweet.
The bride and groom are both
graduates of the State University
of Farnr ngdale. She isemployed
as a secretary with National
Music Publishers Assocationand
the groom is employed as a mechanical
engineer. They will
reside in Jericho, after a honeymoon
trip to Martha's Vineyard.
Maria O'Byrne Wins Miss
American Starlet Title
Cheryl Jaisle, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Jaisle of 49
Doud Street, Farmingdale was
married to Nicholas Parisi, son
of Mr. and Mrs « James Parisi of
59 Robert Damm Street, Beth-page
at the Farmingdale Methodist
Church. The Rev. Kenneth
Hoover presided at the ceremony.
The bride wore a silk A line
dress with a round neck with an
overlay of lace with long sleeves
and falling into a short train.
She wore a short illusion veil with
a crown of seed pearls. She carried
a cascade bouquet of orchids
The maid- of- honor, her sister,
Pamela Jaisle, wore a candy
pink A- line dress with high neck,
ft was sleeveless and had white
Maria O'Byrne, 17, of 60 Tidewater
Avenue, Massapequa, won
the title of Miss American Starlet
tonight at Palisades Amusement
Park, N„ J. The daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Luis O'Byrne,
Maria is of Greek, Colombian
Named to the Dean's List at
the Old Westbury Campus of the
New York Institute of Technology
for the second semester of the
recent academic year were the
following students: CarlH. Bealc,
40 Burton Lane, Massapequa, a
freshman majoring in Computer
Technology; Sophmore, Allen H.
Kobelowsky of 26 Jeanette Drive'
Massapequa, whose major is
Business Administration; Peter
T. Loscalzo, 61 Lourae Drive,
Massapequa Park, a sophmore
majoring in Mechanical Design;
Daniel F. Mathus of 110 Block
Boulevard, Massapequa, a junior
majoring in Physics; Barry E.
Niss, 48 Block Boulevard, Massapequa,
an Architectural Technology
senior; Jerrold J. Postinof
103 John Street, North Massapequa,
a Business Administration
major in his senior year and
Grant M. Sibley, 131 Nassau Road,
Massapequa, a junior majoring
in Business Administration.
Kent Maynard Smith, of 103
Cedar Shore Drive, Massapequa,
a member of the class of 1969
at Princeton University, has
been namea to the Dean's List.
Mrs. Taylor Given
A farewell duplicate bridge
luncheon was held on Tuesday in
honor of Mrs. Charles H. Taylor
formerly of East Shore Drive,
now of Amityville at the home of
Mrs. Robert Niddrie of Exeter
Road in Harbor Green.
Mrs. Taylor is moving to Chicago
to join her daughter Jean.
Mrs. ^ Taylor was a member of
the Massapequa Women's Club
for many years. She was active
in many club activities and on
committees of state level federated
woman's clubs^ Her husband
had a bridge supply company
and the Taylors were always avid
Mrs. Taylor was a prominent
member of the DAR.
Youth Arrested For
Robert Stretton, 20, of 1 Sherman
Road, Farmingdale, was arrested
by patrolman Bernard Falk
at Midwood Avenue and South
Main Street and charged with
possession of a dangerous drug.
Stretton was also charged with
Dents To Hold Cake Sale
A cake sale will be held at
the campaign headquarters of the
9th AD at 1019 Park Boulevard,
Massapequa Park on Friday, August
30, by the Democratic Club
women of Massapequa.
and Irish ancestry and is a student
at Borner High School.
Maria who topped a field of
30 finalists in the televised finals
of the Miss American Starlet
contest over WPIX- TV. at Palisades
Amusement Park, New Jersey
will get that chance for stardom.
Late this month she will
fly the triangle route of National
Airlines with a dream trip to
St. Petersburg, Florida and then
to Hollywood, California where
she will appear on ABC- TV's
Joey Bishop Show.
Bonnie Jean Flink, 18, of 154
Alhambra Road, Massapequa, was
the first runner up, while Madeline
Giaco, 18, of 391 Atlantic
Avenue, Massapequa Park, was
second runner up.
emboridery down the front. She
carried a cascade bouquet of pink
shasta daisies, mums and ivy.
The bridesmaids were: Robin
Jaisle and Karen Jaisle, sister of
the bride and the flower girl
Was Renee Burgess. They wore
spring pink A- line dresses' with
high necks, sleeveless and white
embroidery. They carried a
cascade bouquet of pink shasta
daisies with mums and ivy. The
flower girl carried a basket of
pink daisies and mums.
The bride is a graduate of the
Farmingdale Senior High School,
class of 1968.
A reception was held in the
Huntington Town House. After a
wedding trip to Puerto Rico, they
will reside at 593 Broadway,
Mr. and Mrs. HarveyBeckwith
of 21 Hamilton St., Farmingdale
announced the engagement of
their daughter Pamela Marie
Beckwith to Pfc. Anthony Thomas
Deluca, of the United States Army
and of 206 W. Elm St., N.
Bernie's Army & Navy Store
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