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Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Sunday, February 22,1998 Page C3 COUPLES WEDDINGS Maddock-Suiter Margo Kaye Maddock and Jason Richard Suiter were united in marriage at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 18, 1997, in Idaville Church of God. Alvin Rockey officiated at the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Wayne and Jill Maddock and the groom is the son of Doug and Nancy Suiter, all of Burnettsville. Mr. Maddock was his daughter's escort. Maid of honor was Jenny Maddock, sister of the bride, Burnettsville. Bridesmaids were Holly Anderson, Monticello, Jessica Suiter, sister of the groom, and Sharon Maddock, aunt of the bride, both of Burnetlsville. Justin Critchfield, Idaville, was best man. Groomsmen were Larry Williams, Monticello, Rob Appleton, Camden, and Jeff Crowel, Delphi. Flower girls were Morgan Maddock, cousin of Ihe bride, and Elizabeth Miller, both of Burnetlsville, and Ihe ringbearers were Joshua and Zachary Maddock, cousins of the bride, both of Burnettsville. Melissa Maddock, cousin of the bride, and Suz-Anne Miller, both of Burnetlsville, registered the guests. Ushers were Brock Maddock, brother of the bride, and Brandon Suiter, cousin of the groom, both of Burnettsville. • ANNIVERSARIES Margo (Maddock) and Jason Suiter Music was provided by an audio tape played by Nina Rockey, organist, Martha Smith, and soloist Holly Lohraman, all of Idaville. A reception was held at the Bumetlsville Bee Hive Gym, assisting were Fred and Dorinda Stackhouse and Troy and Nila Markley, all of Logansport. The bride is a 1996 graduate of Twin Lakes High School, Monticello, and is attending Ivy Tech Stale College, Logansport. Her husband is a 1996 graduate of Twin Lakes High School, Monticello, and a graduate of Nashville Auto Diesel College, Nashville, Tenn. Following a trip to Eudora, Ark., the couple are living at 3239W 11 DON, Bumetlsville. Hults-Costaer Karla Hulls and Christopher Costner were united in marriage at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 17,1998, in First Assembly of God Church. The Revs. Wayne Murray and Rex Williams officiated at the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Kerry and Vickie Hulls, Logansport, and the groom is the son of Clyde and Diana Costner, Gastonia, N.C. Mr. Hulls was his daughter's escort. Maid of honor was Michelle Rossi, Ball State University, and matron of honor was Tonya Myers, sister of Ihe bride, Bristol. Bridesmaids were Cathy Fawcett and Jessica Smith, cousin of the bride, both of Logansport. Jeff Leatherman, Evergreen, Ala, was best man. Groomsmen were Craig Costner, brother of the groom, Bessemer City, N.C., Mike Myers, Detroit, and Chad Burgbaugher, Springfield, Mo. Flower girl was Tara Grindstaff, niece of the groom, Gastonia, and ringbearer was Justin Grindstaff, nephew of the groom, also of Gastonia. Christina Fawcett, Logansport, registered the guests. Ushers and acolytes were Todd Clapp and Adam Clapp, both of Gastonia, Music was provided by pianist and vocalist Tract Murray, New Karla (Hults) and Christopher Costner Whiteland. A reception was held in the church following the ceremony. Assisting were Leann Sparks, Leslie Bynum, Jamie Secratt, Jessica Scolford, Mandy Hale and Mary Glenn. The bride is a 1996 graduate of Logansport High School and attended Central Bible College, Springfield. She is a preschool teacher at Kids First Learning Center, Orlando, Fla. Her husband is a 1993 graduate of Hunler-Huss High School, Gaslonia, and a 1997 graduate of Central Bible College, Springfield, Mo., with a degree in Bible. He is youth/associate pastor at Orlando First Assembly. Following a trip to Daytona Beach, Fla,, the couple are living at 2606 E. Michigan, Orlando. Randall 25th Ross and Joyce Randall, of 78E 1OON, celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary with an open house held Feb. 15 at their residence. Mr. Randall and Joyce Anne McCleland were married Feb. 17, 1973, in St. Elizabeth Church, Lucerne. Father Thomas Fox officiated al the ceremony. The couple met at a bowling alley Crist 67th Murl and Opal "Arbutus" Crist, of 7784S 450W, Star City, celebrated their 67th wedding anniversary. Mr. Crist and Opal Hatfield were married Feb. 17, 1931, in St. Joseph Catholic Church, Pulaski. He is a retired farmer and she is a homemaker. They have four children, Virginia Carpenter, Winamac, Murlene Cornell and Fred Crist, both of Star City, and Jerry Crist, Somerset. They also have 12 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren, and four great- great-grandchildren. while they were playing pool. Mr. Randall proposed on Thanksgiving Day, in his car, in front of Joyce's house. He is a machinist at Matthew- Warren Inc., and she is a homemaker. They have two children, Jeffry Randall and Stephanie Randall, both of Logansport. Dyke 30th Bill and Susan "Susie" Dyke, of 7252N 400E, celebrated Iheir 30th wedding anniversary with a family dinner. A trip also will be taken at a later date. Mr. Dyke and Susan Hardy were married Feb. 17,1968, in Deer Creek Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Dallas Landrum officiated at the ceremony. The couple met in school. He is retired from Chrysler Corporation Transmission Plant, Kokomo, and she is a homemaker. They have two children, Chris Dyke, Logansport, and Stephany Woolever, Walton. Susan and Bill Dyke Raderstorf25th Opal and Murl Crist Dave and Diane Raderstorf, of 817 17th St., celebrated iheir 25th wedding anniversary wilh a family dinner hosted by their children and Diane's sister, Delia Jackson. Mr. Raderstorf and Diane Brenner were married Feb. 17,1973, in Saint Joseph Rectory. Father Fred Schroder officiated at the ceremony. The couple met while attending Lincoln Middle School. He is employed at D&B Trucking Company Inc. and she is a homemaker. 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The bride-elect is a 1996 graduate of Lewis Cass Junior-Senior High School, Walton, and is attending Ivy Tech Stale College studying medical assisting. Her fiance, son of Randy and Kathy Rozzi, 1605 Spear St., and Jerry and Chris Denny, 791W 550N, is a 1995 graduate of Logansport High School. He is attending Indiana University Kokomo and studying criminal justice. Joshua Rozzi Patricia Zimmerman PotrawsM-Smith Jerry and Diane Polrawski, Winamac, announce Ihe engagement of their daughter, Marcia M. Potrawski, Logansport, to Troy A. Smith, Logansport. A wedding in Logansport is planned in the fall of 1998. The bride-elect is a graduate of Winamac Community High School and St. Elizabeth School of Nursing in Lafayette. She is a registered nurse employed as a psychiatric nurse at the Logansport State Hospital. Her fiance, son of Jerry R. and Willa E. Gainer Smith, Lucerne, is a graduate of Logansport High School and attended Indiana University Kokomo, majoring in social and behavioral science. He is a custody Smith-David Steve and Ann Smith, Mendham, N.J., announce the engagement of iheir daughter, Amy Smilh, Fishers, lo Andrew David, Indianapolis. A Sept. 5, 1998, wedding in Kinnelon, N.J., is planned. The bride-elect is a 1989 graduate of West Morris Mendham High School, and a 1993 graduate of Purdue University. She has a degree in exercise physiology and'is the- -.•.-• • Troy Smith Marcia Potrawski supervisor for the Indiana Department of Correction. Motors in Anderson. Her fiance, son of Jim and Jane David, Logansport, is a 1988 graduate of Logansport High School, a 1992 graduate of Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, and a 1995 graduate of Valparaiso University of Law. He is an attorney in Indianapolis. ANNIVERSARIES Amy Smith Andrew David Lynas 25th Stan and Cheryl Lynas, of 9729S U.S. Highway 35, Walton, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with a family dinner from 4 to 7 p.m. Sunday, March 1, at the Holiday Inn. All friends and family are welcome, and it is requested that gifts be omitted. A trip to Las Vegas also is planned. Mr. Lynas and Cheryl Hedger were married March 2,1973, in Baptist Temple of Logansport. Clyde Mayfield officiated at the ceremony. The couple were high school sweethearts. He is a journeyman for Kings Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning, Kokomo, and she is office and billing specialist for Erny's Fertilizer, Walton. They have three children, Heather Stan and Cheryl Lynas Shafer, Logansport, and Kendra Lynas and Kane Lynas, both of Walton. They also have two grandchildren. '. Chamberlain 40th Dean and Ellen Chamberlain, of Logansport, will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary today in Florida, where they are spending their first winter of retirement. Mr. Chamberlain and Ellen Sands were married Feb. 22,1958, in Burnettsville Christian Church. The late Rev. Frank Rodkey officiated at the ceremony. He is retired from Delco Electronics Corp., Kokomo, where he was a tool and die maker, and she is retired from NIPSCO. They have one daughter and son- in-law, Laura and Matt Cain, Walton. They also have one granddaughter. Ellsn and Dean Chamberlain WEEKLY MENU 1023 Erie Ave.. Logansport Liver & Onions, Mashed Potatoes & Side ^.Stuffed Peppers, Scalloped Potatoes & Side ED. Fried Chicken, Mashed Potatoes & Side JRS. Beef Steak Sandwich, French Fries & Side jFRI. Country Fried Steak, Mashed Potatoes & Side m:i emu: