The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on August 3, 1974 · Page 31
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The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio · Page 31

Dover, Ohio
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Saturday, August 3, 1974
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The TIMES-REPORTER Sat., Aug. 3,1974 DOVER NEW PHILADELPHIA OHIO Paul M. Smith photo MR. AND MRS. RANDY MANELLA Sears and Manella When Debra Lynn Sears became the bride of Randy Lee Manella, she wore a gown she designed and made. Fashioned of mirror mist over taffeta, it had a high neckline, bishop sleeves and full skirt and was accented with lace. She also made her veil. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Dillon Sears of Somerdale and Mr. and Mrs. Augustine Manella of Mineral City. Fr. Ernest Horning officiated at the double ring ceremony last Saturday in St. Patrick's Catholic Church at Mineral City. Mrs. Robert Hamma of Dover was organist and vocalist. Debra carried handkerchiefs belonging to her grandmothers, Mrs. Lewis Eshman of New Philadelphia and the late Mrs. Locie Sears of RD 1, Mineral City. The bridegroom carried a pocket watch belonging to his grandfather, the late John Nasti of Mineral City. Cheryl Sears of Somerdale was her sister's maid of honor and Kathy Manella, the bridegroom's sister, Carole Solvey, his cousin, both of Mineral City, and Mrs. Robert (Vicky) Leach of Massillon were bridesmaids. William Crone Jr. of Miner- loue is... holes while she plants the dahlias. e6 repeat marriaqe vow& al City served as best man. Ushers were Mike Manella of Mineral City, brother of the bridegroom, and Garry and Terry Sears of Somerdale, brothers of the bride. Cousins of the bride, Lorna Sue and Roger Sears of New Philadelphia, were flower girl and ringbearer. Gowns worn by the maid of honor, bridesmaids and flower girl were made by the bride's mother. The bride's aunt, Mrs. Laverne (Rosalie) Wertz of RD 1. Mineral City, made the cake served at the reception in the Community Hall at East Sparta. The bridegroom's parents hosted a rehearsal dinner in the Town & Country Restaurant at Canton. The couple is residing at 2125 Murray Hill rd., Cleveland, after a wedding trip to Newport, R. I. A 1972 graduate of Tuscarawas Valley High, the bride attended Tuscarawas Campus of Kent State University and was employed at Hart's Supermarket in New Philadelphia. Her husband, a 1971 graduate of the same high school, is a graduate of Cleveland State University and a student at Case Western Reserve University school of dentistry. Morris photo MR. AND MRS. DAVID SCHEHL Warnes and Demsfcy Following their wedding July 20 and a honeymoon at Burr Oak Lodge, Mr. and Mrs. William Emil Demsky will reside at 5620 F. Roche dr., Columbus. Mrs. Demsky is the fo'rmer Christine Kay Warnes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Warnes of Ashland. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil W. Demsky of Navarre rd., Beach City. Their vows were solemnized in Christ United Methodist Church at Ashland by Dr. JohnM. Warnes and Rev. Kenneth Ward. Mrs. Norman Ronk was organist. Mrs. Carl E. Warnes of Columbus, sister-in-law of the bride, was matron of honor. Leslie O'Donnell of Elyria and Nancy Freyer of Sheffield Lake were bridesmaids. The bridegroom's cousin, John Glessncr of Beach City, was best man. Ushers were Gary Grosenbaugh of Canton and the bride's brother, Carl E. Warnesof Columbus. Guests were received in the fellowship hall of the church. The bridegroom's parents hosted a rehearsal dinner in the Accent Room at Ashland College. The bride, a graduate of Ashland High, attended Ohio State Univeristy and the University of Hawaii and was graduated by Lorain County Community 'College with an associate degree in applied Shutt and Schehl Choosing the 22nd wedding anniversary of the bride's parents as their wedding date, Pamela Kay Shutt and David A. Schehl were married last Saturday. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Dale Shutt of RD 1, Dover, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Schehl of Canton. Rev. Galen A. Black officiated atlhe double ring ceremony in Winfield United Methodist Church. Organist was Mrs. Otto Haager and vocal soloist was Kristy El- Iwood. Mrs. Shutt made the bride's gown of embroidered miro mist nylon over crepe fashioned with a square neckline, long, sheer sleeves, four-button cuff and self train. Mrs. Shutt also made the veil. Pamela chose Edie Tamas of Jefferson as maid of honor and her twin sister, Patricia Shutt, and another sister, Cheryl Shutt, both of Dover, as bridesmaids. The maid of hon- or made her gown and the bride's mother made the bridesmaids'gowns. Necklaces worn by the bride's attendants were made by her aunt, Mrs. Floyd (Evelyn) Shutt of Dover. The bride's brother, Stevtu Shutt, served as best man. Ushers were Dale Warther and the bride's uncle, Floyd Shutt. All are of Dover. A reception was in the church social hall and the bridegroom hosted a rehearsal dinner on the lawn at the home of the bride's parents. The bride is a 1971 graduate of Dover High and a junior at Malone College where she is majoring in sociology. Her husband is a graduate of Timken High and of Malone College wtfere he earned a degrT? in art education. He served with the Army in Vietnam and is employed at Republic Steel Corp. in Canton. They are residing at 302 Broad av. NW, Canton. MRS. WILLIAM DEMSKY science. She is an industrial nurse at Ranco Inc., at Delaware, O. The bridegroom, a graduate of Fairless High at Navarre and Mount Union College at Alliance, is attending law school at Capital University in Columbus. Keepsake' A beautiful Keepsake diamond ring will brilliantly reflect your love now and forever. Perfect clarity, fine white color and precise cut are assured. Keepsake . . . there is no finer diamond ring Payment plans available also Bank Credit Cards. Gift boxed Bride and Groom crystal glass set $4.50 HIBISCUS monRoemnu ART'SKeepsake JEWELERS DIAMOND * CORNER Open Monday thru Saturday 10 A.M. to 9 P.M.

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