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(She is the former Miss April Ellen Hild)
Miss April Ellen Hild Weds Jonathan Jay Krihak
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Captain Elisa Johnsen to Wed Lieutenant Robert Peters, Jr.
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Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Johnsen of Scotch Plains, formerly of Summit, have announced the engagement of their daughter, United States Air Force Captain Elisa Beth Johnsen, to United States Air Force Second Lieutenant Robert Wayne Peters, Jr. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Peters, Sr. of Baltimore.
An alumna of New Providence High School, Captain Johnsen graduated from the University of Vermont at Burlington in 1995 with a baccalaureate degree in the premedical fields of mathematics with chemistry as a minor.
After being commissioned as a Second Lieutenant, based on Air Force ROTC training and studies at St. Michael’s College in Colchester, Vt., she began her career as an operations analyst, first at Offutt Air Force Base in Omaha, Neb. and then at Eglin Air Force Base in Fort Walton Beach, Fla., where she became a First Lieutenant.
The brideelect, who earned a master’s degree in human relations from the University of Oklahoma in 1997, now serves as Fourth Equip ment Maintenance Squadron Section
Commander at SeymourJohnson Air Force Base in Goldsboro, N. C.
She is also pursuing a doctoral degree in Naturopathic Medicine/ Natural Health through Clayton College in Birmingham, Ala.
Lieutenant Peters is a graduate of Overlea High School in Baltimore and received a degree in American Studies from the University of Maryland at College Park. While an undergraduate student, he served for two years as a resident assistant, while also completing Air Force ROTC requirements to become commissioned as a Second Lieutenant upon graduation.
He is currently the Vehicle Operations Flight Commander in the Fourth Transportation Squadron. Both the future bride and bridegroom serve with the Fourth Logistics Group, Fourth Fighter Wing (F15E Strike Eagles) and plan to continue their careers with the United States Air Force.
A wedding is planned for February at The Presbyterian Church in Westfield.
Miss April Ellen Hild, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Hild of Westfield, was married on Saturday, July 1, to Jonathan Jay Krihak. He is the son of William Krihak of Kenilworth and the late Mrs. Mary Kathleen Krihak.
The afternoon ceremony took place in St. Helen’s Roman Catholic Church in Westfield, with the Reverend William Morris officiating. A reception followed at The Berkeley Plaza in Berkeley Heights.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a princessseamed, fullskirted gown of regal satin. The bodice and train were adorned with Venice lace and pearls. Her veil, handmade by her stepmother, was a halo of pearls and lace trimmed silk illusion. She carried a round bouquet of white and pink roses with bavaradia.
Serving as maid of honor for her sister was Ms. Katherine Ashley Hild of Westfield. The other bridal attendants included Miss Gina Bothner of Redlands, Calif., Miss Jessica Cucuzzella of Bloomfield, Mrs. Rachel Vierschilling of Cranford and Miss Kerry Weeks of Westfield.
Each attendant’s gown had a princessseamed bodice of aubergine lace over satin, with a satin skirt. A variety of pink roses, white snapdragons, pink tulips and deep purple flowers formed their bouquets.
Miss Molly Dalva of Mount Pleasant, S. C., a cousin of the bride, was the flower girl. She wore a laceedged, tea length dress of ballet pink
lace over satin that was handmade by the stepmother of the bride. She carried a basket of pink and white roses and tulips.
Michael Krihak of San Diego, Calif., the brother of the bridegroom, was the best man. Serving as ushers were Jerry Accomando of Union, Perry Cardoso of Kenilworth, R. Christopher Hild of Westfield, the brother of the bride, and Brant Krihak, the brother of the bridegroom. Nathan Larsen of Mine Hill, a cousin of the bridegroom, was the ring bearer.
Ms. Susan M. Kelly of Scranton, Pa., a cousin of the bride, was the soloist during the nuptial Mass, accompanied by William R. Mathews on the organ.
A 1992 alumna of Westfield High School, the bride graduated in 1996 from Trenton State College, where she majored in history and elementary education. She is employed as a first grade teacher at McKinley Elementary School in Westfield.
The bridegroom graduated from David Brearley High School in Kenilworth in 1989 and received his degree from Montclair State University in 1995. He is employed by Young and Rubicam, Inc. of New York City, within The Digital Edge division.
The wedding party, their families and outoftown guests were feted by the father of the bridegroom at Café Repetti in Kenilworth after the rehearsal.
Following a wedding trip to the Hawaiian Islands, the couple resides in Scotch Plains.
FSP Rotary Club, SPBPA To Host Second Casino Night
SCOTCH PLAINS – The FanwoodScotch Plains Rotary Club and The Scotch Plains Business & Professional Association will hold a Masquerade Casino Night on Friday, October 27, from 7: 30 to 11: 30 p. m. at Scotch Hills Country Club in
door, but attendance is limited to 150 people.
The evening will also include a 50/ 50 raffle and a costume contest to award a prize for the Best Female Costume and Best Male Costume.
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Cheri Rogowsky for The Times READY TO PLAY… The Scotch Plains Business and Professional Association (SPBPA) and the FanwoodScotch Plains Rotary Club will hold their second Casino Night on Friday, October 27, at the Scotch Hills Country Club. Pictured above, left to right, enjoying the festivities during the Spring Casino Night are: Carol Wood, Barbara Hausleiter, Scotch Plains Councilwoman Geri M. Samuel, SPBPA President Ray Pardon and Steve Goldberg, seated.
Scotch Plains. The evening will provide an opportunity for individuals who are not necessarily gamblers to learn about games of chance such as Black Jack, Roulette and Craps. Participants may practice their skills in an informal and relaxed atmosphere. There will be no cash gambling or cash prizes.
Attendees are invited to wear costumes since the event is close to Halloween. However, costumes are not required. The evening’s festivities will conclude with a Tricky Tray Auction featuring many fine items donated by local individuals and businesses.
Tickets for the evening are $40 which includes admission, $100 of play money to get started, free hors d’oeuvres, buffet, beer, wine and soft drinks. Tickets may be purchased at Nuts n’ Plenty, 407 Park Avenue, or Apple Blossom Flower Shop, 381 Park Avenue, both in Scotch Plains. Tickets may also be purchased at the
Ray Pardon at (908) 3227388, Steve Goldberg at (908) 3225733 or Carol Wood at (908) 6546666 or visit www. visitscotchplains. com
All proceeds from the event will benefit various youth related programs of both organizations.
Local Resident Helps Council Obtain Grant
WESTFIELD – The Patriots’ Path Council of the Boy Scouts of America recently received a $1,000 grant from ExxonMobil’s Volunteer Involvement Program, which was established to encourage volunteerism by ExxonMobil employees and retirees.
Arrangements for the grant were made by an ExxonMobil retiree, Gordon D. Specht of Westfield, who presented the grant to Dennis J. Kohl, Scout Executive of the Patriots’ Path Council. Mr. Specht is an Assistant Scoutmaster of Troop No. 72 in Westfield.
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