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white roses centered with an orchid. Miss Rosemarie Onorato was her sister's maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Mrs. W. Frederick Smith and Miss Barbara Barbara Grando of Vineland, the bride's cousin. Their gowns combined moss green taffeta brocade with off-white off-white off-white crepe. The velvet formed a bow for their hair and they carried yellow yellow roses and ivy. Kimberly Granato of Vine-land, Vine-land, Vine-land, the bride's cousin, as flower girl, was dressed like the others, and carried similar flowers in a basket. Joseph Gordon of Hilltop, another cousin, was ringbearer. Best man was Mr. Smith, and ushers were Mr. Salvatore Enterlante of Blenheim, the bride's cousin, and Mr. David Bicking of Morrisville, Pa. Following a reception, the couple left for a honeymoon in Florida. They will reside in Vineland. The bridegroom attended Vil-lanova Vil-lanova Vil-lanova University. Corbett-Duval Corbett-Duval Corbett-Duval An out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town wedding Saturday Saturday morning was that at which Mr. James Joseph Cornell Cornell Jr., son of Mrs. Vera Corbett of 33 N. 33rd Street, Camden, took as his bride Miss Jeanne Louise Duval, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Edward A. Duval of Manchester, N.Y. The ceremony was performed performed at 11 o'clock in the chapel of St. Joseph's Church, Manchester. The bride's father gave her in marriage. She was gowned in white brocaded satin, the A-line A-line A-line skirt ending in a chapel train, and wore a lace mantilla. mantilla. Her colonial bouquet was of white roses and carnations. Maid of honor was the bride's sister, Miss Kathleen Duval, whose gown was of deep gold velvet. Similar gowns, but in dark green, were worn by the bridesmaids, Miss Jeanne Beauparlant and Miss Judith Steele of Manchester. Manchester. White fur fashioned their pillboxes and muffs, to which yellow roses were pinned. Mr. Dennis Payette of Manchester Manchester was best man. Ushers were Airman 1. C. Lawrence Moss, USAF, and Airman 1. C. Edward Sause, USAF, also of Manchester. After a reception, Mr. Corbett Corbett Jr. and his bride left for a honeymoon in North Carolina. The bridegroom attended Rutgers University and the University of Maryland, College College Park. Sextori'FrancPsconi Miss Joan Ann Francesconi, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Albert R. Francesconi of 2907 Royden Street, Camden, became became the bride Saturday afternoon afternoon of Mr. James Cornelius Sexton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Flohr of 233 S. 34th Street, at an 11 o'clock Mass in Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church. The Rev. Victor A. Yorio officiated. Mr. Francesconi gave his daughter in marriage. She wore a gown of white peau de soie, embroidered at the rounded rounded neckline and at the hem with a floral motif of seed pearls and bugle beads, and made with a coat of the peau which swept into a chapel train. A tiered peau pillbox embroidered embroidered in pearls held her elbow-length elbow-length elbow-length elbow-length veil and she carried small white orchids arranged in a cascade. Miss Judith Pitzo of Camden attended the bride as maid of honor in a gown combining an Empire bodice of deep green velvet with a skirt of mint green crepe. Velvet in the lighter tone formed a Dior bow for her hair. Similar models, but of deep green velvet and off-white off-white off-white crepe, were worn by the bridesmaids, Miss Mary Anne Randazzo, Miss Frances Cingalia, Miss Phyllis Rossi, cousin of the bride, and Miss Mary Ann Reader of Camden, and Miss Janet Cantera of Pennsauken Township, another cousin. Their Dior bows were of deep green velvet. They carried carried cascades of yellow carnations carnations and pompon chrysanthemums, chrysanthemums, the honor attendant's distinguished by gold foliage. Best man was Mr. Bruce Sleister of Pennsauken. Ushers, all of Camden, included Mr. Albert R. Francesconi Jr., brother of the bride; Mr. William William Francesconi, a cousin, Mr. Garret Miller, Mr. Andrew Mayer and Mr. Nicholas Ga-lasso. Ga-lasso. Ga-lasso. A reception followed at the Holly House, Pennsauken. On their return from a honeymoon in the Poconos, Mr. Sexton and his bride will reside in Camden. Camden. There's Booklet On Vegetables A booklet, "Vegetables in Family Meals: A Guide for Consumers," has been published published by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The booklet is of interest not only because vegetables are rich in vitamins and minerals minerals but are low in calories-ideal calories-ideal calories-ideal for families with weight-watching weight-watching weight-watching members. Homemakers can glean ideas on buying fresh, canned, and frozen vegetables, storing them, and cooking, seasoning, and serving them. Step-by-step Step-by-step Step-by-step Step-by-step Step-by-step directions are given for basic cooking methodsboiling, methodsboiling, baking, scalloping, scalloping, frying, panning, and glazing. glazing. There are 27 basic recipes, recipes, including a listing of calories calories per serving. A handy spice guide helps cooks enhance the natural flavor of vegetables by suggesting suggesting seasonings for each vegetable. To get a free copy of "Vegetables "Vegetables in Family Meals," HG-105, HG-105, HG-105, send your request on a postcard to the Office of Information, Information, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250. Be sure to include your

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  2. 14 Feb 1966, Mon,
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