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MRS. PADULA

A reception was given in University Inn after Cynthia Marie Gonglewski became the bride of James Vincent Padula of Kenmore Saturday at 1:30 p.m. in St. Andrew Catholic Church, Town of Tonawanda. The Rev. Charles E. Slisz performed the ceremony.

Norbert E. and Jeanette E. Gonglewski of Kenmore are parents of the bride and the bridegroom's parents are Vincent and Theresa Padula of Brooklyn.

The bride, a graduate of Mount St. Mary Academy and Buffalo State College, is an associate financial consultant with M&T Securities. A graduate of Bishop Ford High School, Brooklyn, the bridegroom attended Pace University and is an import specialist with Federal Express Corp. After a trip to St. Lucia, the couple will be at home in Kenmore.

MRS. HORNQUIST
Immanuel Lutheran Church, East Aurora, was the setting Saturday at 3 p.m. when Brenda L. Fox exchanged nuptial vows with Paul B. Hornquist III before the Rev. Robert Knepel.

The bride is the daughter of Dolores S. and Fred F. Fox Jr. of East Aurora and the bridegroom is the son of Elizabeth and Paul B. Hornquist Jr. of Eden. A reception was given in Frederick's Manor. The couple will be at home in Eden after a trip to the Pocono Mountains.

A graduate of East Aurora High School and Bryant & Stratton, the bride is office manager at Johnson Boys Chevrolet-Oldsmobile-Buick-Pontiac. The bridegroom, a graduate of Eden Central High School and Bryant & Stratton, is employed at the parts counter at Jim Ball Pontiac-Buick-GMC.

MRS. BUDZICH
A reception was given in the Niagara Club after Darlene Agnes Klock and Joseph James Budzich were married Saturday at 1 p.m. in St. Benedict Catholic Church, Eggertsville.

Monsignor John M. Ryan heard the vows of the daughter of Paul R. and Barbara A. Klock of Little Falls and the son of James H. and Susan M. Budzich of Amherst. The couple left for Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont., and will make their home in Kenmore.

The bride is a graduate of West Canada Valley Central School, Newport, and Oswego State College. She is attending Medaille College and is a volume licensing specialist for Ingram Micro. The bridegroom is a graduate of Amherst Central High School and Oswego State and is an analytical laboratory supervisor at Freezer Queen Foods.

MRS. PLESH
Traveling to Myrtle Beach, S.C., are Ronald L. Plesh Jr. and his bride, Susan M. Clark, whose marriage vows were exchanged Saturday at 5 p.m. in Kotecki's Grandview Grove, where a reception was given.

Kathleen M. Kotecki, a marriage officer, performed the ceremony for the daughter of Brian J. and Linda A. Clark of Depew and the son of Ronald L. Plesh Sr. of Orchard Park and Sharon Faraci of Cheektowaga. The couple will live in Cheektowaga.

A graduate of Depew High School, the bride is office manager for Western New York Occupational and Physical Therapy. The bridegroom is a graduate of Lancaster Central High School and Rensselaer Polytechhic Institute. He served in the Navy and is an engineer with Plesh Industries.