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Martin Rooney and Miss Amanda Love
Miss Amanda Love To Marry Martin Rooney
Mr. and Mrs. Roger D. Love, Jr. of Scotch Plains have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Amanda Love, to Martin Rooney of Fair Lawn. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin M. Rooney of Sayreville.
A 1996 graduate of Westfield High School, the bridetobe earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education and Communication with honors from Monmouth University this year. She is employed as a teacher by the Cranford Board of Education.
Her fiancé graduated from Sayreville War Memorial High
School in 1989. He was awarded a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Exercise Physiology from Furman University in 1993 and a Bachelor of Science Degree and a master’s degree in Health Science from the Medical University of South Carolina in 1996.
Mr. Rooney is employed as Director of The Parisi School of Speed, Strength and Power in Fair Lawn.
The couple will be married in August of 2001 aboard the Cornucopia Princess and will reside in Fair Lawn.
Allens Welcome Nijl Haviland
Karen and Ashley Allen of Westfield have announced the birth of their son, Nijl Haviland Dagmar Allen, on Thursday, October 26, at 7: 12 p. m. at Morristown Memorial Hospital in Morristown.
Nijl weighed 9 pounds and 6 ounces and measured 21 inches in length at birth.
The baby’s maternal grandfather is Robert L. Dahlinger of Westfield.
His paternal grandparents are Robert W. and Gail Allen of Middlesex.
Olivia Carin Born to Mozokis
Jim and Emily Mozoki of Marshfield, Mass. have announced the birth of their first child, Olivia Carin Mozoki, on Tuesday, August 15, at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston.
Olivia weighed 8 pounds and 13 ounces and measured 21 inches in length at birth.
The baby’s maternal grandparents are Elaine Comeau of Augusta, Ga. and George William Comeau of Watertown, Mass.
Arlyn Mozoki of Westfield is her paternal grandmother.
Francis Comeau of Jacksonville, Fla. and Anna Cookson of New Hampshire are Olivia’s maternal greatgrandmothers.
Her maternal greatgrandfather is Edward Winning of Watertown.
Jonathan Robert Meyer and Miss Jennifer Julie Mickle
Miss Jennifer J. Mickle To Wed Jonathan R. Meyer
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meyer of Westfield have announced the engagement of their son, Jonathan Robert Meyer of Torrance, Calif., to Miss Jennifer Julie Mickle, also of Torrance. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mickle of Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.
A 1993 graduate of Neshannock High School in New Castle, Pa., the brideelect is the owner of a children’s clothing store.
The future bridegroom, a 1990 graduate of Westfield High School,
earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics from Boston College in 1994. He is general manager of the San Pedro Brewing Company in San Pedro, Calif.
A wedding is planned for August of 2001.
Historical Society Announces Program on Betsy Frazee
SCOTCH PLAINS – The Historical Society of Scotch Plains and Fanwood will present a program on Betsy Frazee on Tuesday, November 28, at 8 p. m. at the Fanwood train station at North and Martine Avenues.
Local resident and architectural historian Stacy E. Spies, who has done archival research on the Colonialera Betsy Frazee Home in Scotch Plains, will discuss Betsy and the home’s other inhabitants. The house
still stands on the property which until recently was occupied by the Scotch Plains Zoo.
Legend has it that Betsy Frazee was baking bread in her home on June 26, 1777 when the aroma attracted the attention of British Loyalists in the area following the Battle of Short Hills.
Their commander, Lord Cornwallis, was said to have asked Betsy for bread for his troops. She replied, “I give this, sir, in fear, not in love,” according to the story. Cornwallis then reportedly refused the bread and went on his way.
Refreshments and fellowship will follow the meeting. Further information about the Historical Society may be obtained from its President, Richard Bousquet, at P. O. Box 261, Scotch Plains, 07076, or by calling (908) 2321199.
Author to Recount 1920s Death March During Talk at Church
WESTFIELD – Theo Halo, the author of “Not Even My Name,” a young girl’s true story of genocide and survival from a death march in Asia Minor (Turkey) to a new home in America, will speak on Thursday, November 30, at the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, located at 250 Gallows Hill Road in Westfield.
The author’s 90yearold mother, Sano, is expected to be present and will also contribute to this story of survival and bittersweet triumph. It covers the period between 1920 and 1922, during which time a brutal death march resulted in the ethnic cleansing of Greeks and Armenians in Asia Minor.
A reception and book signing will follow. For further information, please call the church office at (908) 2338533.
Faith Lutheran Sets Advent Liturgies
NEW PROVIDENCE – The Faith Lutheran Church, located at 524 South Street in New Providence, will hold a series of special midweek Advent liturgies at 12: 15 and 7: 45 p. m. each Wednesday beginning December 6.
These Eucharistic liturgies will use the evening prayers (vespers) service. For more information, please call the church at (908) 4645177.
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