60thDOLORES AND WALTER MURPHY of North Babylon were wed May 3, 1952. They celebrated with a cruise down the California coast in April. Walter is a retired lieutenant with the New York City Fire Department. Dolores retired from the Farmingdale State College library. They have five children, 14 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
50thFRANCES (COOKIE) AND WILLIAM (BILL) FIETZ, longtime residents of Bethpage and now residing in Massapequa, were wed May 27, 1962. They celebrated by renewing their vows on May 20 followed by a surprise dinner given by their children. The celebration will continue with a planned family vacation. They have three children and nine grandchildren.
50thMARY ELLEN AND LOU
ANDRIANO of Albertson were wed May 5, 1962, at St. Teresa's Church in Woodside. They celebrated at a Mass and then dinner with immediate family in Queens. Lou is a retired New York City Sanitation Department superintendent. Mary Ellen is a registered nurse. They both keep busy with family, church and senior groups. They have four children and 10 grandchildren.
50thLOUISE AND ROY GUSTAFSON, residents of Sea Cliff since 1966, were wed May 12, 1962, at a church in New York City. They celebrated with a trip to Israel in March. They are active in the United Methodist Church in Sea Cliff. Louise retired from sales at Macy's fine jewelry department, and Roy retired from facilities at the U.S. Coast Guard on Governor's Island. They spend summer vacations with their three children and nine grandchildren in New Hampshire.
45thGEORGIA AND JIM DUGGAN of Coram were wed April 1, 1967. After visiting a son in Florida, they celebrated with a cruise from Florida through the Panama Canal to Los Angeles. They spent the next five weeks touring the California coast, visiting their oldest son in Los Angeles and driving up to another son and his family in Coos Bay, Ore. They have three sons and five grandchildren. They are both retired and enjoy a fun-filled life in their condominium. They both enjoy traveling and look forward to planning their next trip.