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Dover Times Reporter (Newspaper) - August 28, 1976, Dover, Ohio vet- '''n «*** — ■ I DISCOVER BICENTENNIAL AMERICA Ken easter COUPON CLIPPER! IT S A GHAT WAY TO SAVE MONEY! repeat marriage vows The TIMES REPORTER H 7 Sat Aug 28,1976 U"' DOVI H NI A PHU AOI t PHIA OHIO Fleury and * j* Jackson photo MR ANI) MRS. LONN! STEWARTFby and Stewart In a double ring ceremony Aug 13 in Emmanuel Lutheran Church at New Philadelphia. Jodene Lynn Kby. daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert F Eby of Dellroy, became the bride of Lonni Dean Stewart, son of Mr and Mrs Ralph (Pete) Stewart of Granville. formerly of New Philadelphia Revs William McCabe and C. King Wvnkoop were officiants and Mrs Charles Riel of Dover was organist. The ceremony was performed on the bride s parents' wedding anniversary and the bridegroom s mother s birthday An ivory gown of polyester organza and cluny lace was chosen by the bride It was designed with a high neckline, sheer yoke, bishop sleeves and an A line skirt which extended into a chapel train The bride carried her flowers on a fan which her father had purchased in the Philippines for her grandmother The bridegroom s sister. Rhonda Stewart of New Philadelphia was maid of honor Bridesmaids were Mrs Larry (Marl) Mushrush of New Philadelphia and Mrs. Rick I JoAnnl Cerett of Dover, cousins of the bride, Debbie Lovelace of Oak Ridge, Tenn . and Wendv Doubledee of Cuyahoga Falls John Schroeder of New Philadelphia was best man and Perci Garner of Dover. Benny Loomis of California and Terry Hamilton of New Phila delphia. cousin of the bridegroom, were ushers Deanna Hepner of Dellroy was flower girl and Todd Hamilton of New Philadelphia, cousin of the bridegroom, wasringbearer MR AND MRS BRUCE CONRADGersdorff and Conrad Diane E. Gersdorff, daughter of Mrs. Josephine S Gersdorff of 216 W. 7th st,, Dover, became the bride of Bruce A Conrad, son of Mr and Mrs Earle W Conrad of Westerville, in a double ring ceremony July 17 in Broad Street Presbyterian Church at Columbus Rev John W Buchanan was officiant and Mrs Elizabeth W Lange was organist Diane wore a gown of white silk organza over taffeta fashioned with bishop sleeves, a high neckline and A line skirt Chantilly lace enhanced the bodice and skirt and outline! the hemline Debbie Hoppel of Millersport was maid of honor and Lisa Martin of Syasset. NY. was bridesmaid Kristen and Erie Conrad, niece and nephew of the bridegroom, were flower girl and ring bearer Peter Bunn of New London, Conn., was best man and guests were seated by Earle Conrad III of Hampton. NJ, the bridegroom s brother. and Rob ert Trevithick of Pittstown. N J Guests were received in Palmer Hall and the bridegroom s parents hosted a rehearsal dinner in Hospitality Inn A 1973graduate of Dover High. the bride attended Capitol University and prior to her wedding was em ployed at Jamtrol Div of AndroCorp in Columbus Hit husband, a 1976 graduate of Barrington College is employed at Western Reserve Habilitation Center in Northfield. They are residing at 25000 Rockside rd., Bedford Heights. Timothy Anderson, a hospital field medical corpsman, has left for Japan to board the aircraft carrier, USS Midway, after serving on the USS Forres-tal this summer. Announcement is being made of the July 3 wedding of Tina Marie Fleury, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ernest Fleury of West Palm Beach. Fla , and William Blair Keneaster, son of Mr and Mrs Wil-r"'d Keneaster of 210 3rd av. E, Beach City. The double-ring ceremony took place in Holy • Name Catholic Church at West Palm Beach with Fr Vincent Meleofficiating The bride wore a floor-length gown of sata peau and lace with a high neck line. puffed sleeves and fitted cuffs She was attended by her sister Mrs Karen Steadman of Jacksonville. Fla Bridesmaids were Mimi Bress-mer of Lakeworth. Fla . and the bridegroom s sisters. Judy Keneaster of Beach City and Kathi Keneaster of Winesburg Serving as best man was William Bose Gibbs of Beach City Guests were seated by John Persons of West Palm Beach. Pat Brown, the bride s brother-in-law. and Marshall Fleury her brother, of Lakeworth Flower girl was Michelle O'Brien of West Palm Beach A reception was held in the Holiday Inn at West Palm Beach and the bride groom s parents hosted a rehearsal dinner in the home of the bride s parents. The bride is a 1973 grad uate of John I. Leonard High and a 1975 graduate of Palm Beach Junior Col-lege She will attend pharmacy school at Gainesville. Fla , where the couple will make their home Her husband, a 1969 graduate of Fairless High. is a 1974 graduate of Kent State University with a bachelor of science degree in education He will teacji at the high school and Santa Fe College in Gainesville The bridegroom's parents hosted a rehearsal dinner in Bonvechio’s at Wainwright and a reception following the wedding was in New Philadelphia Eagles Hall. The couple honeymooned in Wheeling and is resid mg in 800 Kingsford rd . Columbus The bride is a 1972 graduate of Carrollton High and a 1973 graduate of Vogue Career College in Cincinnati. The bridegroom was graduated by New Philadelphia H igh in 1975 and is a designer for Automatic Sprinkler Co in Columbus A son of Mr and Mrs John W Anderson of Gnadenhutten. he graduated as an honorman and RPOC from Great Lakes Naval Training Center and Medi cal Corpsman School He was stationed in emergen cy ambulance service at Bethesda Naval Hospital in Maryland At Bethesda, he received citations and recommendations for field medical school with the Marine Corps at Camp LeJeune, N C. Af ter graduating in February, he was attached to Marine Air Wing at Cherry Point Naval Hospital in North Carolina Anderson was a patrolman at Dennison and a member of the Gnadenhutten Moravian Church.Fondriest and Gillis Carol Fondriest. daughter of Mr and Mrs J Earl Fondriest of RD I. Dover, made the gown she wore when she bec ame the bride of James Gillis, son of Mr and Mrs JohnS Gillis of Rochester, N Y The gown was of satinayand was highlighted with embroidery and lace. She carried a handkerchief that belonged to her grandmother, the late Mrs James K Fondriest of Dover Fr David Funkier was officiant for the single ring ceremony Aug 14 in St Joseph s Church at Dover A St Joseph s folk group, directed bv Mrs Ted Kondinella. sang Mrs l,arry (Jane t Sloan of Dover was her sister s matron of honor Anne Fondriest of Columbus, another sister Kathy Brosmer of Columbus, and Kathy Gillis of Rochester, sister of the bridegroom, were bridesmaids The bride and attendants made their gowns Robert Gillis of New Haven. Conn., was his brother's best man and another brother, David Gillis of Rochester, and Jim and Michael Fondriest of Dover, brothers of the bride, were ushers Milch Mascotti of Stone Creek was reader and Mary Lawless of Dover and Dianne Sherer and Lynn Smokovitch of New Philadelphia presented the offertory gifts Chrissy and Mary Beth Fondriest of Dover, sis-tersof the bride, were flower girls. A reception was held in Tuscarawas Central Catholic School and a rehearsal dinner, hosted by the bridegroom s parents, was in the Delphian Inn A graduate of St. Joseph s High and Walsh College in Canton, the bride taught at Central Catholic in New Philadelphia and will teach at Nazareth Academy in Rochester The bridegroom, a graduate of Cardinal Mooney High in Rochester and Walsh College, is an accountant at First Federal Savings & Loan in Rochester They are residing in 136 Holyoke, apt. 26, Rochester.NY McBride photo MR AND MRS JAMES GILLIS ;