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Times Reporter, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1976, Dover, Ohio t repeat marrtaae vows 0 McBride photo AND JAMES GILUS Jackson photo AND LONNI STEWART Fondriest and Gillis Eby and Stewart Carol daughter of and Earl Fondriest of made the gown she wore when she became the bride of James son of and John Gillis of The gown was of satinay and was highlighted with embroidery and She carried a handkerchief that belonged to her the late James Fondriest of David Kunkler was officiant for the single ring ceremony 14 in Josephs Church at Do A Josephs folk directed by Ted Larry Jane Sloan of Dover was her sisters matron of Anne Fondriest of an other Kathy Brosmer of and Kathy Gillis of sister of the were The bride and attendants made their Robert Gillis of New was his broth ers best man and another David Gillis of and Jim and Michael Fondriest of Do brothers of the were Mitch Mascotti of Stone Creek was reader and Mary Lawless of Dover and DianneSherer and Lynn Smokovitch of New Philadelphia presented the of fertory Chrissy and Mary Beth Fondriest of sis ters of the were flower A reception was held in Tuscarawas Central Cath olic School and a rehearsal hosted by the bridegrooms was in the Delphian A graduate of Josephs High and Walsh College in the bride taught at Central Catholic in New Philadelphia and will teach at Nazareth Academy in The a gradu ate of Cardinal Mooney High in Rochester and Walsh is an accountant at First Federal Sa vugs ft Loan in They are residing in 136 Roches DISCOVER FENN1AL ERICA 1776 1976 fn a double ring ceremony 13 in Emmanuel Lutheran Church at New Jodene Lynn daughter of and Albert Eby of became the bride of Lonni Dean son of and Ralph Pete Stewart of Gran formerly of New Revs William McCabe and King Wynkoop were officiants and Charles Riel of Dover was The ceremony was performed on the brides par ents wedding anniversary and the bridegrooms mothers An ivory gown of polyester organza and cluny lace was chosen by the It was designed with a high sheer bishop sleeves and an Aline skirt which extended into a chapel The bride carried her flowers on a fan which her father had purchased in the Philippines for her The bridegrooms Rhonda Stewart of New Philadelphia was maid of Bridesmaids were Larry Mari Mushrush of New Philadelphia and Rick JoAnn Cerett of cousins of the Debbie Lovelace of Oak and Wendy Doubledee of Cuyahoga John Schroeder of New Philadelphia was best man and Perci Garner of Benny Loomis of California and Terry Hamilton of New Phila cousin of the were Deanna Hepner of Dellroy was flower girl and Todd Hamilton of New cousin of the The bridegrooms parents hosted a rehearsal din ner in Bonvechios at Wainwright and a reception following the wedding was in New Philadelphia Eagles The couple honeymooned in Wheeling and is resid ing in BOO Kingsford The bride is a 1972 graduate of Carrollton High and a 1973 graduate of Vogue Career College in Cin The bridegroom was graduated by New Philadelphia High in 1975 and is a designer forjtuto matic Sprinkler Columbus AND BRUCE CONRAD Gersdorff and Conrad Diane daughter of Josephine Gersdorff of 216 7th became the bride of Bruce son of and Earle Conrad of in a double ring ceremony July 17 in Broad Street Presbyterian Church at Co John Buchanan was officiant and Elizabeth Lange was Diane wore a gown of white silk organza over taf feta fashioned with bishop a high neckline and Aline Chantilly lace enhanced the bodice and skirt and outlined the Debbie Hoppel of Millersporl was maid of honor and Lisa Martin of was Kristen and Eric niece and nephew of the were flower girl and ring bearer Peter Hunn of New was best man and guests were seated by Earle Conrad III of the bridegrooms and Rob ert Trevithick of Pitts Guests were received in Palmer Hall and the bridegrooms parents hosted a rehearsal dinner in Hospitality A1973 graduate of Dover the bride attended Capitol University and prior to her wedding was em ployed at Janitrol of Andro in Her a 1976 graduate of Harrington is employed at Western Reserve Habilitation Cen ter in They are residing at 25000 Rockside Bedford Serving Our Flag OUVIR NEW PHILADELPHIA OHIO Fleury and Keneaster Announcement is being made of the July 3 wed ding of Tina Marie daughter of and Ernest Fleury of West Palm and William Blair son of and Wil fred Keneaster of 210 3rd Beach The doublering cere mony took place in Holy Name Catholic Church at West Palm Beach with Vincent Mele The bride wore a floor length gown of sata peau and lace with a high neck puffed sleeves and fitted She was at tended by her Karen Steadman of Jack Brides maids were Mimi Bress mer of and the bridegrooms sis Judy Keneaster of Beach City and Kathi Ke neaster of Serving as best man was William Bose Gibbs of Beach Guests were seated by John Persons of West Palm Pat the brides broth and Marshall her of Flower girl was Mich elle OBrien of West Palm A reception was held in the Holiday Inn at West Palm Beach and the bride grooms parents hosted a rehearsal dinner in the home of the brides par The bride is a 1973 grad uate of John Leonard High and a 1975 graduate of Palm Beach Junior Col She will attend pharmacy school at Gain where the couple will make their Her a 1969 graduate of Fairless is a 1974 graduate of Kent State University with a bachelor of science de gree in He will teach at the high school and Santa Fe College in Timothy a hospital field medical corps has left for Japan to board the aircraft car USS after serving on the USS Forres tal this A son of and John Anderson of Gna he graduated as an honorman and RPOC from Great Lakes Naval Training Center and Medi cal Corpsman He was stationed in emergen cy ambulance service at Bethesda Naval Hospital in At he received citations and recom mendations for field medical school with the Ma rine Corps at Camp After graduating in he was attached to Marine Air Wing at Cherry Point Naval Hospital in North Anderson was a patrolman at Dennison and a mem ber of the Gnadenhutten 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