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C2 SUNDAY, FEB. 4,1996 STYLE KOKOMO TRIBUNE- WEDDINGS Turner-Powers Ashley Anne Powers and Steven Wade Turner were married at 1:30 p.m. Sept. 30 in St. Patrick Catholic Church. The Rev. Frank Kilcline officiated the ceremony. Ashley is the daughter of Michael and Suzie Crawford, and the late James W. Powers, Kokomo. She is a 1989 graduate of Kokomo High School. Steven is the son of Leevon and Sylvia Turner, Ky. He is a 1988 Kokomo High School graduate. Monica Restle, Hechingen, Germany, was the matron of honor. Andrea Abbitt, Indianapolis, Cindy Wolford, and Kelly Opelt were bridesmaids. Mark Turner, Kokomo, was best man. John Turner, Matt Turner and Richard Arcari were groomsmen. Blairie Powers, Indianapolis, and Greg Maiden Brtner-Stafford Staci Len Stafford and Clint Robert "Bob" Bitner were married at 12 p.m. Aug. 21 at We've Only Just Begun Wedding Chapel, Las Vegas, Nev. Pastor William Salsbery officiated the double-ring ceremony. Staci is the daughter of Steve and Brenda Stafford, 3081 S. Road 350 West. She is a 1989 Western High School graduate. She works at Central Bank, Russiaville. Clint is the son of Judy Pearson, 706 S. Courtland Ave. and Harold Bitner, 1311 S. Union St. He is a 1988 graduate of Western High School. He works at WEE Engineer Inc., Dayton, Ohio. Judy Pearson was matron of honor. Judi Krebs, Nev. was the bridesmaid. Ross Pearson was best man. Kenneth Krebs, Nev. was Stiner-Tate Stephanie L. Tate and Rick A. Stiner were married at 3 p.m. Oct. 14, at First United Methodist .Church, Greentown. The Rev. David Mullens officiated the double-ring ceremony. Stephanie is the daughter of Ron • • and Carol Tate, 20 Greenhills Court, Greentown. She graduated from Eastern High School and Boyd Travel School. She works in the Loan Department at First National Bank, Kokomo. Rick is the son of Dan and Penny Stiner, 1935 S. Armstrong St. He graduated from Kokomo High School and Grand Canyon University. He works at Chrysler. Kelly Adams, Tracy Johnson, Kokomo, and Sue Weir, Mich., were the bridesmaids. Doug Van- Bibber, Greentown, John Walker, Kokomo, and Rob Patchett, Indianapolis were the groomsmen. Jeff Carpenter-Buettner Jodie Lyn Buettner and Brannon Dwayne Carpenter were married at 4:30 p.m. Nov. 18 in Galveston Baptist Church. The Rev. Ronald E. Carpenter officiated the double- ring ceremony. Jodie is the daughter of Jim Buettner, 503 Kenilworth Lane, Galveston and Barb Buettner, Galveston. She is a 1992 Lewis Cass High School graduate. She is currently attending Butler University College of Pharmacy and will graduate in 1997. She works at Marsh Pharmacy, Carmel. Brannon is the son of Ronald and Peggy Carpenter, Bringhurst. He is a 1992 Western High School graduate. He works at McCool's flooring, Carmel. Christin Russel, Galveston, was . maid of honor. Angie Volz, and Cathy Lundie were bridesmaids. Scott Eller, Indianapolis, was best- man. Matt Bilodeau and Scott Gohr Garmon-Camp Samantha Gwen Camp and Melvin J. Taft Garmon were married at 3:30 p.m. Jan. 14, at Heartland Ministries, Sharpsville. Pastor William Salsbery officiated the ; double-ring, candlelight ceremony. Samantha is the daughter of '. Kathy Shelley, 1105 Magnolia, ; Frankfort, and Harold T. Camp, 2880 W. Road 800 North, Tipton. She is a 1993 Tri-Central High School graduate. She was in the U.S. Army as a Administrative Specialist. She works at New Horizon Development Center. Melvin is the son of Sharon K. Garmon, 1633 Millers Court, Noblesville, and R.J. and Janie Garmon, 803 N. Oak, Tipton. He is a 1991 Tri-Central High School graduate. He works at B.R. Schroder's. Tami Williams, Windfall, was maid of honor. Kelli Moeller and Regan O'Neal were bridesmaids. Kyle Garmon, Tipton was best man. Trevor Hill and Memo Perez Mr. and Mrs. Steven Turner , Former Ashley Powers were ushers. The couple took a trip to Lake Tahoe and live in Russiaville. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Bitner Former Staci Stafford groomsman. The couple took a wedding trip in Las Vegas, Nev. They live in Forest. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Stiner Former Stephanie Tate Tate and Mike Sargent were the ushers. Shelby VanBibber was the flower girl. The couple plan a fall honeymoon. They live in Kokomo. Mr. and Mrs. Brannon Carpenter Former Jodie Buettner were groomsmen. Jeff Buettner and Scott Barnes were ushers. Jade Sarver was flower girl. The couple took a cruise to the Bahamas. They live in Noblesville. Mrs. Samantha Garmon Former Samantha Camp were groomsmen. Shane Camp and Mike Jackson were ushers. Alayna J. Gabryell Garmon was flower girl. Jacob Moeller was ring bearer. The couple plan a wedding trip in the Spring. They live in Tipton. Wedding, Jnfiwnatiwi * The Kokomo Tribune has '• established a policy regarding ', submission of announcements ;" for engagements, weddings, and ' anniversaries. All such announcements have to be submitted to the Tribune by noon two Fridays before the desired Sunday publication date. Articles for publication in the Feb. 18 edition need to be submitted to the Tribune by noon Friday. For information, call the Tribune at 459-3121, Ext. 252. Lambuth-Daugherty Kendra Jeaneen Daugherty and Ronald Mark Lambuth were married at 1:30 p.m. June 17 at South Side Church of the Nazarene, Muncie. Kendra is the daughter of Wayne and Penny Daugherty, 1501 Granville Ave., Muncie. She is a 1990 Muncie Central High School graduate. She graduated from Ball State University in 1994. She is an Accounting Specialist at Ontario Systems Corp. Ronald is the son of Charles and Diana Lambuth, 208 E. Jefferson St. He is a 1990 graduate of Kokomo High School. He graduated from Ball State University in 1995. He is a leasing agent at CJB Enterprises. Karen Daugherty, Kankakee, 111. was maid of honor. Sherri Harris, Stephanie Hovis, and Cami Harris were the bridesmaids. Barry Harris, Muncie, was best man. Chris Trueblood, Dax Norton, and Josh Purtee-Croddy Tracy Renae Croddy and Scott Allen Purtee were married at 3:30 p.m. Oct. 14 at Calvery Baptist Church. Pastor Frank Gribble officiated the double ring, candle light ceremony. Tracy is the daughter of Greg and Diane Croddy, 1014 N. Berkley Road. She is a 1989 Kokomo High School graduate. She works at United Presidential Life Insurance. Scott is the son of Charley and Pegy Alter, 719 N. Berkley Road, and Ron Purtee, 1668 S. Road 1048 East, Greentown. He is a 1989 graduate of Eastern High School. He graduated from Indiana University in 1993. He works for the Kokomo Police Department. Nicole Croddy was maid of honor. Lisa Moore and Rhonda Conwell were bridesmaids. Tom Mygrant was best man. Truman Elkins and Dave Jewell were groomsmen. Matt Croddy and Stakelbeck-Bechtel Kimberly Kay Bechtel and Brian Keith Stakelbeck were married at 4:30 p.m. Nov. 18 at Macedonia Christian Church. The Rev. Rick Keck officiated the double ring ceremony. Kimberly is the daughter of George and Nancy Bechtel, 1559 S. Road 500 East. She is a 1994 Taylor High School graduate. She works atShell-Westfield. Brian is the son of Dee Stakel- beck, Atlanta, and Cheryl Stakel- beck, 3531 W. Road 100 N. He is a 1984 Tipton High School graduate. He works for Terry Product. Tracy Fulton was maid of honor. Michelle Ste, Melissa Becker, Kim Stakelbeck and Lisa Pierce were bridesmaids. Ashley Fulton was junior bridesmaid. Mike Kelly, Sharpsville, was best man. Kevin Pope, Mike Stakelbeck, Bob Dean, and Bob Scott were groomsmen. George Bechtel, Chris Tragesser, and Chris Kelly were ushers. Kris- Rahimi-Wappel Lisa Sue Wappel and Ali Reza Rahimi were married at 2 p.m. Nov. 11, at St. John Catholic Church, Indianapolis. The Rev. Don Quinn officiated the double ring ceremony. Lisa is the daughter of Donald and Marilyn Wappel, 580 S. Road 300 .West. She is a 1985 Kokomo High School graduate. She graduated from Indiana University Indianapolis in 1989. Ali is the son of Fatemeh Rahimi and the late Manouch ehr Rahimi, Bakhtaran, Iran. He is a 1986 graduate of Engoloh High School. He works for United Parcel Service, Indianapolis. Christina Wild, Indianapolis, was matron of honor. Sonja Wappel, Indianapolis, was the bridesmaid. Gregory Wappel, Indianapolis, was best man. Curt Wild, Indianapolis, was the groomsman. Tetsuhika Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lambuth Former Kendra Daugherty Austel were groomsmen. Heather Tharp was flower girl. Brian Daugherty was ring bearer. They took a trip to Orlando, Fla. They live in Muncie. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Purtee Former Tracy Croddy Chris Croddy were ushers. Allyson Jewell was flower girl and Travis Brazzel was ring bearer. The couple took a cruise to Cozumel, Mexico and to Key West, Fla. They live in Russiaville. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Stakelbeck Former Kimberly Bechtel ten Pierce was flower girl and Ryan Pierce was ring bearer. The couple took a wedding trip to Marco Island, Fla. They live in Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. All Rahimi Former Lisa Wappel Chida, Japan, was the usher. Lindsay Wessel, Indianapolis, was flower girl, and Zachary Wild, Indianapolis, was ring bearer. ANNIVERSARIES Larry and Monfta Clark Clark Larry L. and Monita Clark, 831 W. Road 400 South, celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary with a family dinner at the Bavarian Inn. Larry and the former Monita Munsey were married Feb. 4,1961 at the home of the bride's parents, Marion. The Rev. Kermit Pugh officiated the ceremony. Larry is a journeyman pressman and pressroom supervisor at the Kokomo Tribune. She is a homemaker and student nurse. Their children are Colleen Stevens, Sheridan, Brian L. Clark, Kokomo, and Kevin M. Clark, Windfall. They have two grandchildren. Bill and Ellora Butler Butler •: Charles W. "Bill" and Ellpra But ler, Greentown, are celebrating their 45th wedding anniversary today. Bill and the former Ellora DeNoon were married Feb. 4,1951, in Lebanon, in the Central Christian Church. The Rev. Alvin Beason officiated the ceremony. He retired from Chrysler Corp. after 35 years, and retired as supervisor of Tool Stores in 1988. She is a homemaker. She has been a volunteer since 1980, and Bffl since 1989, at St Joseph Hospital & Health Care Center. They have one daughter, Sue Butler, Nappanee; and one son, David Butler, Indianapolis. They have one grandchild. Larry and Nancy Hill Hill Larry and Nancy Hill, 3436 W. Road 300 South, are celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary with an open house at their daughter's home, 1605 S. Buckeye St., today from 2 to 4 p.m. Larry and the former Nancy Currens were married Feb. 5,1971 at Beamer United Methodist Church by the late Rev. Thomas. He is retired from Delco Electronics. She works at Delco Electronics. They have six grandchildren. Lucille and Harry Dowers Dowers Harry and Lucille Dowers, 1732 S. Webster St., celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary with a dinner party with family and friends. Harry and the former Lucille Jameson were married Jan. 14, 1956, in Marion, by the Rev. John Miller. He is retired from Stellite She works at Sam's Club, Kokomo Their children are the late Chuck Hill; and Patsy Irving. They have six grandchildren, and 10 great grandchildren. Marie and Richard Parsons Parsons Richard E. and Marie Parsons 2815 W. Jefferson Road, celebrated then- 45th wedding anniversary. Richard and the former Marie Bell were married Feb. 3, 1951 at Saint Joan of Arc Church. The Rev. Peter VanTiel officiated the ceremony. He retired from Haynes International in 1986. She retired from Kokomo Center School Corp. in 1992. Their children are Rick A. Parsons, Sharon Baxter, and Sandy McNulty, all of Kokomo, and Gary E. Parsons, Brownsburg. They have four grandchildren. Robert and Betty Perry Perry Robert S. and Betty L. Perry celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a family dinner at home. Robert and the former Betty L. Millican were married Feb. 3,1946, in Wabash. He is retiredfrpm the US. Air Force and Chrysler. She is a homemaker. They have five sons, Barry Perry, David Perry Sr., Robert Perry Jr., Michael Perry, all of Kokomo, and Douglas Perry, Marion. They have 14 grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren. Socks are adverse to commitment By SAIMI ROTE BERQMANN Thomson News Service My keys! Has anyone seen my keys? A pen! Why is there never a pen near the telephone? Who has the scissors? Where are my glasses? What happened to the phone book? I believe heart attacks in this country would dramatically decrease if inanimate objects stopped wandering off. When I wail about not being able to find something, my mother is totally unsympathetic. She says, "A place for everything and everything in its place." OK, I concede that a bit more organization might help. But some things are beyond the aid offered by file drawers and bulletin boards. Like socks. Socks have caused more problems in my family than teething, toilet training or puberty. It's a morning ritual for all of us to run through the house frantically searching drawers, baskets, the dryer, and yes, even the hamper, for matching socks. Lest you think we are so destitute that we can't afford socks, I should tell you that I buy socks like most people buy toilet paper — often, and with no expectation that they will be used more than once. How do countless pairs become countless singles? Socks are confirmed bachelors. They rebel against the commitment of living forever with one mate. We encourage'their tendency to infidelity every time we say, "Oh well, they're both blue, close enough." At our house we have swinging single socks who visit sock bars and bring home other singles. At least, that's the only reason I can come up with to explain how single socks that don't belong to any member of our family end up in my laundry basket. But seriously, folks. Attempts to unravel this mystery at our house have led to a few partial explanations. My son has acid sweat. It eats right through brand new socks after only one or two wear- ings. If the acid dissolves a large area, the sock is thrown away and its mate joins the troupe of singles. Another reason for single socks is my daughter's commitment to color coordination. If she's wearing a red and white outfit, she's likely to wear one red sock and one white one. And everyone knows that once you wear a mismatched pair, you start a continual cycle. If you wear that red and white pair today, the next time you need red socks, you have only one so you pair it with a blue one. The laundry gets done and that first red reappears but the second red one is now dirty. A basket full of unmatched socks has sat in the corner of my be.droom for so long that it's now considered furniture. Sock sins are not limited to the Bergmann household. Gayle, a friend, says she goes "trolling" for socks in her husband's drawer. "I kind of dig from the bottom and rotate them, figuring that eventually a match will rise to the top." Jenny, another friend, packed dozens of single socks into a large box and lugged it up to the attic. Why didn't she throw them away? She's afraid to. She knows that if she throws away a sock, that's when the mate will come out of hiding.

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