The Advocate-Messenger from Danville, Kentucky on July 30, 1989 · Page 20
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C4 the KENTUCKY ADVOCATE. Sunday, July 30, 1989 Announcements Brown-Anderson Kimberly J. Brown and Gregory L. Anderson were married July 7 in a lawn wedding at the home of the bride on Stanford Road by Brother Gary King. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Brown of 3035 Stanford Road. Anderson is the son of Joyce Anderson of Cornishville Road, Harrods-burg, and the late Louis R. Anderson. Kelly Hodges of Orlando, Fla., was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Genia Brown of Stanford Road and Carol Anderson of Cornishville Road, Harrodsburg. Best man was Louis Anderson of Harrodsburg. Ushers were Chuck Brown of Lebanon Road and Bennie Hume of Cornishville Road, Harrodsburg. The bride is a 1983 graduate of Boyle County High School and an employee of Cricketeer in Harrodsburg. Anderson is a 1983 graduate Sell - Cherrine Lenee Sell and Jon Daryl Noel were married July 1 at Harrodsburg United Methodist Church by the Rev. William Vaught. A reception was held at the Lions Community Center in Harrodsburg. The bride is the daughter of Cherri Sell of Harrodsburg Cherrine Noel Scott-Elliott Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Scott of 147 Edgewood Drive, Stanford, announce the engagement of their daughter, Kimberly Ann Scott, to George B. Elliott Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Geprge B. Elliott of 325 S. Elliott Road, Stanford. Scott is a 1987 graduate of Lincoln County High School and a 1989 graduate of Kentucky College of Business. She is employed by Hensley and Smith, Attorneys at Law. Elliot is a 1987 graduate of Lincoln County High School and an employee of Cerami-chrome in Stanford. An open wedding is scheduled for 2 p.m. Aug. 19 at Rayens- Eddie and Juanita Rayens of 1420 Bluegrass Pike announce the engagement of their daughter, Rebecca Ann Ray-ens, to Garland Ousley Daugherty Jr., son of Garland and Christine Daugherty of 4881 Alum Springs Drive. Rayens is a 1989 graduate of Boyle County High School and an assistant manager trainee at Little Caesar's. Daugherty is a 1983 graduate of Boyle County High School. -'''4 f" 3 - ; - j r . : I1 ;. . " - r- :S ' Kimberly Anderson of Harrodsburg High School and an employee of Anderson Car Sales in Harrodsburg. The couple will live in Harrodsburg. Noel and Rod Sell of Sanford, N.C. Noel is the son of Dorthy Noel of Harrodsburg and James Noel of Salvisa. June Hardy of Paris was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Tammy Jackson of St. Louis, cousin of the bride; Stacy Noel and Nicole Morgan of Harrodsburg; and Lynette Rogers of Georgetown. Dawn Noel of Harrodsburg, niece of the groom, was train bearer. Best man was Eddie Salle of Harrodsburg. Groomsmen were Dennis Noel, brother of the groom; Travis Gray; Jason Sell, brother of the bride; and A.J. True III. Ushers were Trevor Sell of Harrodsburg and Ryan Sell of Frankfort, brothers of the bride. Christopher Copeland of Ohio, cousin of the bride, also was a train bearer. The bride, a 1987 graduate of Mercer County High School, is a junior accounting major at Georgetown College and part-time employee at the Cracker Barrell in Georgetown. Noel is a 1987 graduate of Mercer County High School. He is employed by Toyota of Georgetown. After a wedding trip to St. Louis, the couple will live at 311 Clayton Ave. in Georgetown. Kimberly A. Scott George B. Elliott Jr. Pleasant View Baptist Church in Waynesburg. Daugherty An open wedding is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Sept. 9 at Alum Springs Church of God. HAIR MASTERS h 1 L,afc i ii il ; .. -.i - inc. Danville Square Shopping Center 236-6700 No Appointment Necessary Open 6 Days a Week 9-9 Mon.-Fri. 9-5 Sat. Mitchell-Czwakiel Sherry Lynne Mitchell and John Charles Czwakiel were married July 1 at Baril Park in Perryville by the Rev. John T. Bare of Perryville Presbyterian Church. The bride is the daughter of Brenda Mitchell of Danville and Garvey Mitchell of Perryville. Czwakiel is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Czwakiel of Blue Mountain Lake, N.Y. Tracie Ann Mitchell of Louisville was maid of honor. The father of the groom was best man. Dusty Coyle of Perryville was the usher. The bride, a 1982 graduate of Boyle County High School, was a flight simulator specialist in the Air Force for 4V years and worked at Dana Corp. in Danville. She is now a loan processor with Key Mortgage Corp. in Albany, N.Y. Hurt-Jennings Marlena Rae Hurt and Jon Army of Danville by Lt. Paul Leighton Jennings were married July 8 at the Salvation 4 Marlena Jennings Jon L. Jennings TiV i Vi' I 4 f t 1 Winchester- Butler Tracey D. Winchester Mattingly Mr. and Mrs. Romuald Mattingly of Hardinsburg Route 3 announce the engagement of their daughter, Lynnette Mattingly, to William Kenyon, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Walter Kenyon of Butler, Pa. Mattingly is a 1987 graduate of St. Romuald High School in Hardinsburg and a pre-pharmacy student at the University of Kentucky. Kenyon is a 1981 graduate of Hampton High School in Hampton, Pa., and a 1986 graduate of Centre College. He is a biology teacher at Boyle County High School. An open wedding is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. CDT Saturday at St. Rose Catholic Church, 118 Chestnut St., Clo-verport. INTRODUCES... Hair Masters is proud to introduce Kathy Johnson Kathy comes to Hair Masters with 1 3 years experience in all aspects of hair care. Kathy joins in with the other 7 stylists of Hair Masters & invites you to come in & ask about our Back to School Specials. Sherry Czwakiel The groom, a 1979 graduate of LaSalle Institute in Albany, N.Y., and a graduate of the University of South Carolina, was in the Air Force for four years. He is employed by the Mortgage Guarantee Insurance Corp. of Philadelphia, Pa. After a trip to Montreal, the couple will live at 308 Fourth St., Troy, N.Y. Fuller. A reception was held at the church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Hurt of Danville. Jennings is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Jennings of Danville. Maid of honor was Tawana K. Hurt of Danville, cousin of the bride. Best man was David W. Cantrell of Fairfield, Ohio, cousin of the groom. Both the bride and groom are 1989 graduates of Boyle County High School. Lola Winchester of Harrodsburg and Jerry Winchester of Burgin announce the engagement of their daughter, Tracey Denise Winchester, to Paul Douglas Butler, son of Donnie and Rosemary Butler of Harrodsburg. Winchester is a 1988 graduate of Harrodsburg High School and an employee of Signet Systems in Harrodsburg. Butler is a 1986 graduate of Harrodsburg High School and an employee of Billy Whiten-ack. An open wedding is scheduled for 7 p.m. Aug. 11 at Bry-antsville Methodist Church in Garrard County. - Kenyon William Kenyon Lynnette Mattingly Is There A Wedding In Your Future? nj,rdimttal 932 S. Main Street Nicholasville, Ky. Phone 885-7421 Hours M.-F. 11-6 Sat. 10-6 VK y Opan Sundays 1-8 An ArtCimd wctlding ring ii an crer luting tptJbot of how pedal lowc youahare. AEROSPACE TRAVEL, INC. tit WEST MAIN STREET DAMVH1& KENTUCKY 40423 (oe3-iso . f-Ky3iu Honeymoon Packag Exotic Hawaii U L i V, A. k- dr Leigh-Tillett Kimberly Carole Leigh and Jimmy Ray Tillett were married July 1 at Green River Pentecostal Church by the Rev. Alfred Carrier. A reception was held at the wedding site. The bride is the daughter of Carroll Leigh of Hustonville and Linda C. Moore of McKin-ney. Tillett is the son of Or-ville and Faye Tillett of McKinney. Bonnie Sue Wilcher of McKinney, sister of the groom, was matron of honor, and Terry Wilcher of McKinney was best man. The bride is a 1986 graduate of Lincoln County High School and is employed by the Christian Appalachian Project in Lancaster. Hardwick-Young Lisa A. Hardwick and Barry L. Young were married July 8 at Pleasant View Baptist Church in Waynesburg by Brother Vola Brown. A reception was held at the church. The bride is the daughter of Ollis and Hester Hardwick of Waynesburg. The groom is the son of Cartina Young of Danville and the late Charles Young. Tammy Reynolds of Lexington was maid of honor. Cheryl Yocum of Danville and Connie Clem of Stanford were bridesmaids. Best man was Warren Pur-dom of Springfield. Ushers were Bill Severance of Lexington and Tommy Curtis of Danville. The bride is a 1984 graduate of Lincoln County High School and attended Somerset Com- i7v J 4j ' . j ill V 't Kelly A. Lamb Announcement guidelines Forms for wedding, engagement and anniversary announcements are available from The Advocate-Messenger. Call 236-2551 or stop by the office at 330 S. Fourth St., Danville, between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. weekdays. There is no charge to have announcements published. The newspaper reserves the right to edit and condense information. Announcements cannot be taken over the telephone. Forms must be in the newspaper's office no later than noon Thursday before the Sunday edition in which the announcement will be published. Photos will be used. When possible, wedding announcements are published the first Sunday after the wedding occurs. Pictures used in announcements will be returned if a stamped, self-addressed stamped envelope is included, or they may be picked up at the newspaper office after the announcement is published. rish Ask us to make all the arrangements. We're tbe wedding experts. Coordinate your wedding party from head to toe. OF DANVILLI INC. Located on Main SI 236-SS92 Hk havt tfugift ideas you've Bun looking for to give Uj-- that special coupU. ?ne $ift 'Wmpping CaroCs 'BriM & gift Routiqut 308 W. "Main St. Danville, (606)236-3825 m m V jus:. m r . s ii W-. mm m a r Kimberly TiUett Jimmy R. Tillett The groom is employed by Danville Wholesale Tire Co. The couple will live at 7550. Green River Road, Huston-, ville. J ' Lisa Young Barry Young munity College. She is employed at Jackson of Danville. Young is a 1978 graduate of Danville High School and is employed at United Warehousing. After a wedding trip to Can-cun, Mexico, the couple will live in Danville. Cloyd-Lamb Shirley Cloyd of Lancaster and Phil Cloyd of Versailles announce the engagement of their daughter, Kelly Ann Cloyd, to Robert Earl Lamb, son of Genevieve and Edward Lamb of Lancaster. An open wedding is scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday at the Church of the Nazarene in Lancaster. M;j,M.lfHI:l!,M:H:!,M:Bl.llJ:BJI 4 Your Weddine Begin Here 1 Complete Line of Wedding SuddUcs: Invitations J Personalized Napkin & Paper 3 Good all at Discount Price ffji PARTY DEPOT I" Richmond Mall If Next to X Penney's p On the By-Pass, Pj Richmond, KY 624-3836 10-9 Mon Sat 12:306Sun. 1 Silks, Uve Floral Arrangements V - Let us design for you. l,Tf TdoUys floivtrs and things S . 465 3. Fourth St. "L. 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