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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - September 16, 1990, Kokomo, Indiana Weddings Anniversaries Sunday Sept 16 1990 Kokomo Tribune 25 HallSuggs Sherry Lynn Suggs and Timothy Michael Hall exchanged wedding vows at Aug 4 in First Christian Church The double ring candlelight ceremony was performed by the Rev Mark Tisch A reception followed at the City Venture One building Sherry is the daughter of Stan and Kay Suggs of Corry formerly of Kokomo She is a 1964 graduate of Northwestern High School and attended Ball State University and Indiana Universi tyKokomo She is employed in the accounting department of Associated SpringBarnes Group Timothy is the son of Larry and Gertrude Hall of Coudersport Pa He is a 1984 graduate of Coudersport Area High School and a 1988 graduate of Penn State University He is a computer systems engineer for Computer Task Group Pittsburgh Sandra Suggs of Pittsburgh sister of the bride was the maid of honor Bonnie Isherwood Connie Hall sister of the bridegroom Mary Jackson and Diedra Cupp were bridesmaids Katie Hall cousin of the bridegroom was the flower girl Robert Capwell of Erie was the best man Curtis Randall cousin of the bridegroom Michael Mr and Mrs Timothy Hall Former Sherry Suggs Hail brother of the Jon Boardman and Luke Mosch were groomsmen Curtis Orr cousin of the bride Michael Kendrach cousin of the bridegroom and Patrick Arm strong seated guests Jake Hall cousin of the bridegroom was the ring bearer The couple honeymooned in Nassau Bahamas and live in Pit tsburgh Cecil and Virginia Smith James and Meriam Crockett Herman and Shirley Gross Bill and Annette Maiden Smith Cecil and Virginia Smith of 1021 S Locke St will celebrate 50 years of marriage with a family dinner hosted by their children A trip has been planned for a later date Cecil and the former Virginia Maxine Julian were married Sept in the home of the brides parents by the Rev H Randel Lookabill Cecil is retired from Chrysler Transmission and Virginia is a homemaker and Avon repre sentative They are the parents of Ronald and Eric Smith both of Kokomo They have four grandchildren Crockett James and Meriam Crockett of Galveston will celebrate 55 years of marriage with a family dinner James and the former Meriam Gibson were married Sept 12 1935 by the Rev Roydon Ray in the parsonage James is retired from Continen tal Steel Corp after 43 years of service Meriam is a homemaker They are the parents of Judi Cuthbert of Galveston James Crockett of Richland and Rex Crockett of Cutler They have eight grandchildren and six greatgrandchildren Gross Herman and Shirley Gross of 1705 Gordon Drive will celebrate 35 years of marriage with a family dinner at the Country CookIn Herman and the former Shirley Mollett were married Sept 10 1955 in the Mt Zion Lutheran Church in Wauwatosa Wis Herman is an engineer at Delco Electronics and Shirley is a teachers aide They are the parents of Bill and Bob Gross and Sally Krise all of Kokomo and Cheryl Mongosa of Peru They have four grandchil dren Maiden Bill and Annette Maiden of 904 E Gano St celebrated 25 years of marriage with a trip to Georgia and Myrtle Beach Bill and the former Annette Dukes were married Aug in the brides parents home by the Rev Richard Huskins Bill is employed at the Chrysler Corporation Transmission Plant and Annette is employed by Delco Electronics They are the parents of Randy and Greg Maiden both of Kokomo Mr and Mrs Pepper Clark Former Gina Williams ClarkWilliams Gina Sue Williams and Pepper Guy Clark were united in mar riage Aug 10 at 11 in the Howard County Courthouse The doublering ceremony was per formed by Judge Randy Hainlen Gina is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Ray of 33 Alta Lane She is a 1979 graduate of Western High School and a 1981 graduate of Indiana Business Col lege She is an accounts receivable billing clerk Pepper is the son of Carl Clark of Ashland and Rose Naditz of Merritt Island Fla He is a 1976 graduate of DawsonBryant High School Coal Grove Ohio and is a lithographer Brooke Zimmerman of Kokomo was the maid of honor Pat Mur ray of Kokomo was the best man The Clarks honeymooned in Ohio and Kentucky and live in Kokomo SnayFrazier Carmen Lucille Frazier and Micheal Joseph Snay were united in marriage Sept 2 at in the First General Baptist Church The doublering ceremony was performed by Gene Frazier A reception followed at the church Carmen is the stepdaughter and daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Brown of 922 S Lewis St She is a 1990 graduate of Kokomo High Schoql and is a driver for Dominos Pizza Micheal is the son of Mr and Mrs Patrick Snay Sr of Logansport He is a 1989 graduate of Logansport High School and is a manager at Dominos Pizza Chris Dowden of Peru sister of the bride was the matron of honor Pam Bennett cousin of the bride Dawn Dunivan and Melissa Cox sister of the bridegroom were bridesmaids Christina Cox MurphyEnnis Rita Ann Ennis and Christopher Charles Murphy were united in marriage Aug 20 at 2 in the Grissom Air Force Base Chapel The doublering candlelight cer emony was performed by Chap lain Dana Grover A reception followed at the couples home Rita is the daughter of John Ennis and Beverly Brown both of Kokomo She is a 1983 graduate of Kokomo High School and is employed as a nurses aide with Howard Community Hospital InHome Care Christopher is the son of Mr and Mrs George Murphy of Mount Pleasant Pa He is a 1986 gradu ate of Mount Pleasant Area High School and is an Alert Force Con troller at Grissom Air Force Base Dianna Ennis of Kokomo sister of the bridegroom was the matron of honor Harry Prue of Norveit Mr and Mrs Robert Kay Former Cynthia Antwine KayAntwine Cynthia C Antwine and Robert M Kay exchanged wedding vows July 7 at 2 in Wichita Kans The doublering ceremony was performed by the Rev Rick Cline A reception followed in the Fellowship Hall at Central Church of Christ Cynthia is the daughter of Bill and Sue Antwine of Hooker Okla She is employed as a field exam iner for Thrift Supervision Robert is the son of Charles and Edith Kay of 32 Alta Lane He is employed as a mechanical engineer by Boeing Aircraft Benecia Campbell was the maid of honor Kim Barker and Linda Griekspoor were bridesmaids Nicole Antwine niece of the bride was the flower girl Dale Lindley was the best man Steve Kay brother of the bridegroom and Rex Keith were groomsmen Penn Little was the ring bearer The Kays honeymooned in Hawaii and live in Wichita Harry and Myrtle Treber Melvin and Betty Young Helen and Lester Sprinkle William and Connie Stage Treber Harry and Myrtle Treber of Greentown observed 40 years of marriage with a trip to Spain Harry and the former Myrtle Douglass were married Sept 14 1950 at Richland Chapel Method ist Church by the Rev Laverne Skinner Harry is a retired schoolteacher who taught in KokomoCenter Township Schools Eastern Howard Schools and at Indiana UmversityKokomo Myrtle is a homemaker and was a teachers aide at Eastern Elementary School They are the parents of Mrs Garry Jenny Shepherd of Oak Ridge Thomas Treber of Venezuela Charles Treber of Saline David Treber of Washington Daniel Treber of New Haven and Carmen Treber of Greentown They have four grandchildren Young Melvin and Betty Young of Greentown will celebrate 50 years of marriage with an open house from 2 to 4 in the First United Methodist Church fellowship hall in Greentown today The open house is hosted by their children Melvin and the former Betty Warnock were married Sept 15 1940 in the Converse Christian Church by the Rev Russell Grubb Melvin is a retired farmer and Betty is retired from Penney Co Inc They are the parents of Mrs Robin Sandra Riggs Mrs Tim Annette Lowe Mrs Bill Patricia Rosa and Kent Young all of Greentown They have nine grandchildren and one great grandchild Sprinkle Lester and Helen Sprinkle of 5481 W Road 100 North will observe 60 years of marriage Lester and the former Helen Miller were married Sept in the Loree Brethren Church parsonage by the Rev Teeter Lester is a retired farmer and Helen is a homemaker They are the parents of Duane Sprinkle of Galveston and Eloise Packard of Logansport They have seven grandchildren and seven greatgrandchildren Might Jackie Lee and Beulah Kelley Hight of 2507 Wickersham Drive celebrated 40 years of marriage with an open house at Fairfield Christian Church Saturday The event was hosted by their children Jackie and the former Beulah Dillon were married Sept in the home of Mr and Mrs Elmer Hight parents of the bridegroom by the Rev Carl Baugnman Jackie is retired from Cabot Corp and is employed by Windsor Estates Nursing Home Beulah is a homemaker They are the parents of Vicki Campbell of Covington Mrs Dave Peggy Mahoney of Aurora Jackie Hight of Galveston Timothy Hight of Wabash Gary Hight of Russiaville Stage William and Connie Stage of 1901 S Park Road will celebrate 25 years of marriage William and the former Connie Warden were married Sept 10 1965 William is employed by Local 440 Plumbers and Pipefitters Union Connie is a homemaker They are the parents of Troy Kymberly and Jody Stage all of Kokomo They have two grand children Jackie and Beulah Hight and Mrs Robert Jenny Fitch of Kirklin They have 11 grandchil dren and two greatgrandchildren Mr and Mrs Micheal Snay Former Carmen Frazier niece of the bridegroom and Dustina Williams were flower girls Patrick Snay Sr was the best man Ray Long Fred Dowden and Robert Cox brothersinlaw of the bridegroom were groomsmen Bradley Dowden nephew of the bride was the ring bearer The Snays live in Peru Robert and Patricia Bohannon Bohannon Robert and Patricia Bohannon of Marion formerly of Kokomo will celebrate 35 years of mar riage with an open house from 2 to 4 at the Hostess House in Marion Sept 23 Robert and the former Patricia Coombs were married Sept 18 1955 in the Union Street Friends Church by the Rev Norman Young Robert is a machinist at in Marion Patricia is a home maker They are the parents of Michael Bohannon of Kokomo and Mark Bohannon of Marion They have two grandchildren Ruthanna and Harold Borden Borden Harold and Ruthanna Borden of Peru 5 will celebrate 50 years of marriage with an open house from 2 to 5 Sept 23 in McGrawsville United Methodist Church fellowship hall Harold and the former Ruthan na Agness were married Dec 31 1940 by the Rev Frank Young at his parsonage Harold is a retired farmer and Ruthanna is a homemaker They are the parents of Glenn Borden of Plymouth Max Borden of Peru 5 and Mrs John Marcia Graft of Indianapolis They have seven granchildren The Style department of the Tribune publishes engage ment wedding and anniver sary stories on Sundays Forms are available through the Tribune and should be submitted the Monday before the Sunday you would like it to appear For more information call 4593121 Ext 237 Mr and Mrs Christopher Murphy Former Rita Ennis was the best man The Murphys honeymooned in Indianapolis and live in Kokomo FALL SPECIALS SUMMER CLEARANCE 60 OFF OPtN Mon Fn 10 8 p in Sdt 10 b bun 1 b pin US 31 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