Statesman Journal from Salem, Oregon on July 31, 1995 · 30
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pafifl 6Q - HUPTIALS Statesman Journal, Salem, Ore., Monday, July 31 , 1 935 Anniversaries Weddings Engagements Vangelisti - Harris Camille D. Vangelisti and James A. Harris, both of Monmouth, were married on June 24 in Port Noffsinger - Morris Alice and Charles Bouche Charles and Alice Bouche of Stayton will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with their Sevall - Johnson Beverlyn A. Sevall and David E. Johnson, both of Salem, were married on June 17 in Willamette Val Robin N. Noffsinger and Scott A. Norris, both of Salem, are engaged to be married. land. Parents of the couple are Cherryl A. Walker and Martin P. Hill, M D. of Grants Pass, Richard G. Vangelisti of Phoenix, Ariz., and Lynn K. and J. Rocky Harris of Hills-boro. The honor attendant was Shawna Jacobson. The other attendants were Megan and Manda The bride-to-be is the daughter of Craig and Joann Noffsinger of Salem. A graduate of Sprague High School, she attended Chemeketa Community College and is employed in foster care for the state of Oregon. Her fiance is the son of Denny and Carolyn Nor- family at a restaurant for dinner. Charles Bouche and Alice Krzich were married on Aug. 18, 1945, in Joliet, 111. They were sheep farmers and grew Christmas trees. He is a semi-retired farmer, and she is a homemaker. Their family includes three children and five grandchildren. ley Vineyards. Parents of the couple are Beverly and Al Mo-glich of Garden Valley, Calif., and Maxine and Don Johnson of Salem. The honor attendant was Melissa Sevall, and the other attendant was Brittany Sevall. The best man was Gary Allen. The flower girl was Al T ! , J ' : ' - - K ' .. - .. ' v r o u u c u i Scott Norris and Robin of Sprague High School Noffsi and CCC, he is an auto mechanic. A Sept. 30 wedding in Salem is planned. Tim and Linda Egan Tim J. and Linda A. Egan of Silverton will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with their lison Sevall. The couple will live in Salem. The bridegroom is an administrator at South Salem High School, and the bride is a principal at Wright Elementary School. Buhr - Hill Angela M. Buhr and Matthew P. Hill, both of Woodburn, were married on June 24. Ryan - Curry Kari A. Ryan of Salem and Matthew R. Curry of Portland are engaged to be married. family. Tim J. Egan and Linda A. Mitchell were married on Aug. 8, 1970, in West Los Angeles. He is a diagnostic ultrasonogra-pher, and she is a freelance court reporter. Their family includes Jacy Egan. j. mm' iiiiiiih.ii.:.iihii uipi ujiiBiw f v i r l The bride-to-be is tne daughter of James R. and Patricia F. Ryan of Salem. A graduate of South Salem High School and the University of Oregon, she is employed in sales. Her fiance is the son of Gary and Martha Curry of Salem. A graduate of r-t ,1 1-11 TT 1. Brockhagen and Amber Walker. The best man was William Wiltse. The groomsmen were Chris and David Harris and Sean Chase. The ushers were Richard J., Aaron G. and Garrett R. Vangelisti. The flower girl was Annaliese Harris, and the ring bearer was Garrett X. Vangelisti. The couple will live in Monmouth. The bridegroom is a police officer, and the bride is a student at Western Oregon State College and a reserve police officer. Crudo - Fessenden Julie K. Crudo and John P. Fessenden were married on July 21 in Westgate Assembly of God Church. The bride is the daughter of Carolyn and Anthony Crudo of Salem. The bridegroom is the son of Nancy Markworth arid Richard Fessenden, both of Virginia. The honor attendant was Joanna Johnson. The other attendants were Theresa Clardy and Susan and Laura Fessenden, sisters of the bridegroom. The best man was Robert Brown, and the ushers were Chris Crudo, brother of the bride, and Grant Cugini. The couple will live in Nashville, Tenn. The bridegroom is a chemical engineer, and the bride is an educator. Johanson - Lucas Rebecca J. Johanson of Silverton and Randy J. Lucas of Turner were married on July 1 in Calvary Parents of the couple are Mary and Ted Buhr of Brooks and JoAnn Hill of Woodburn. The honor attendant was Mandee Pennington. The other attendants were Janet Nelson and Alice Buhr. The best man was Joe Hickox. The groomsmen were Adam Buhr and Jean and James Corcran James E. and Jean Corcran of Salem will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary at a recep boutn aaiem nign . . School and the Univer- Matthew Curry and Kan Ryan sity of Oregon, he is also employed in sales. An Oct. 14 wedding in Salem is planned. Thomas Mahony II. The Matthew and Angela Hill ushers were Jeff DeRoos and John Arntzen. The ring bearer was Tony Hickox. The couple will live in Woodburn. The bridegroom is an electrical apprentice, and the bride is a clerk. , Mathieson - Hartley Brenda M. Mathieson and Jason P.A. Hartley, both of Salem, were married on July 8 at Deepwood tion from 2 to 4 p.m. Aug. 13 at the First United Methodist Church. They request no gifts. Friends and relatives are invited. The hosts of the celebration will be their children. James Corcran and Jean Moodie were married on Aug. 9, 1945, in Brisbane, Australia. He is a retired plumber, Local 290, writer for church. and she is a SAIF. They Russell - Hull Dana S. Russell and Salem, are engaged to be The bride-to-be is the daughter of Chip and Linda Russell of Seaside. A graduate of Seaside High School and Western Oregon State College, she is a family support worker. Her fiance is the son of Carl and Jeanette Hull of Hancock, Md. A graduate of Hancock Hieh Alice and Charles Bouche Tim and Linda Egan Jean and James Corcran retired assistant under- are both active in their Deltah and Darrell Crimmins 3 j f 1 I Hk V t " -6t I Lutheran Church in Stayton. The bride is the daughter of Joan F. and Arvid L. Johanson of Salem. The bridegroom is the son of Donna J. and John A. Lucas of Turner. The honor attendant was Deborah Austin, sister of the bride, and the Estate. Parents of the couple are Mary and Lee H. Mathieson of Salem, Sadge Dorn of Greenwood, Calif., and Steve Hartley of San Diego. The honor attendant was Crystal. The other attendants were Chastity Zeober and Kim Ma-loney. The best man was School, he attended Martin Hull and Dana Russell Multnomah Bible College and works in distribution and returns at Christian Supply Center. An Oct. 7 wedding in Seaside is planned. Jesse J. Mohall. The groomsmen Mathieson and Tim Sharr. The ring bearer was Tyler Cook. The couple will live in Salem. The bridegroom is a home inspector, and the bride is an accountant. Sand - Gieselman Kimberly D. Sand and Douglas J. Gieselman, both of Keizer, are engaged to be married. Their family includes Lori and Ken Japhet, Linda and Eric Schild, and four grandchildren. Loyd and Beulah Phillips Loyd and Beulah Phillips of Redmond will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary at a recep-i tion beginning at 1:30 p.m. Aug. 6 at the Keizer ' Lions Hall. They request no gifts. Friends and relatives are invited. The hosts of the celebration will be their children. Loyd Phillips and Beulah Ingram were married on Jan. 20, 1945, in Salem. He is retired from con-; struction, and she is a homemaker. Their family includes Larry and Marian Phillips,-JoAnn and Tom Downing, Janet and Bill Shaffer,.' Jennifer and Max Woodward, Jill and Lou Han-nemann, 16 grandchildren and 10 greatgrandchildren Deltah and Darrell Crimmins Darrell and Deltah Crimmins of McMinnville; celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary aboard Turley - Setniker Michelle L. Turley of McMinnville and Eric D. Setniker of Independence were married on June 9 James and Camille Harris Derek M. Fergus, both of July 1 in St. Paul's Episco Lisa and Derek Fergus -1 , j I ' " itrmirii - other attendant -was Rebecca and Randy Lucas Cindy Ballaine, sister of the bridegroom. The best man was John Lucas, father of the bridegroom. The groomsmen were Charles Pearce and Bill Klagge. The ushers were Doug Austin, brother-in-law of the bride, and Dean Ballaine, brother-in-law of the bridegroom. The ring bearer was Samuel Ballaine, and the candlelighters were Chris Diller and Karen Book. The couple will live in Turner. The bridegroom is self-employed, and the bride is a secretarytrainer. Felker - Roghair Elizabeth Felker and the Rev. James E. Roghair, formerly of McMinnville, were married on June 18 in the First Presbyterian Church in Easton, Pa. The father of the bride officiated. Parents of the couple are the Rev. Arthur and Margaret Byers of Lancaster, Pa., and Ed and MarT garet Roghair of McMinnville. Attending the couple were her sister, Ruth A. Fraley, Linda Byers, and his sons, Nicholas and David Roghair. The couple will live in Durham, Pa. The bridegroom is a pastor on Sabbatical, and the bride is a certified public accountant and director of Fair-mount Capital Advisors in Philadelphia. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Gary W. and Linda R. Sand of Rose-burg. A graduate of Rose-burg Senior High School, she attended Umpqua Community College. She is a receptionist. Her fiance is the son of Clarence J. and Carol Gieselman of Roseburg. A graduate of Roseburg Seniot High School, he is a student at Chemeketa Beverlyn and David Johnson Jason and Brenda Hartley were Ulayton Eric and Michelle Setniker of Sheri and Russ Casady Salem and Anthony C. were married on July 8 in Gretchen and Anthony Spires .. ... - ...a r tw- II. Ill I II lllll llll I ..L... J1IUIIIL1IIII1J .: mdr-X wv V ' 1 . i' j. p - f n r t in McMinnville. The bride is the daughter of Ronald Turley of Dayton and the late Anita Turley. The bridegroom is the son of Joan and David Setniker of Independence. The honor attendant was Missy Mekkers. The other attendants were Nicole Kestell, Trisha Setniker, Danielle Community College and an electrician. A Sept. 23 wedding in Roseburg is planned. Bowman - Tinsley Sharon Bowman and Roy D. Tinsley, both of Salem, are engaged to be married. a house boat on Lake Billy Chinook on July 8. Family and friends attended. Darrell Crimmins and Deltah Hartley were married on July 8, 1945, in McMinnville. They are both retired. Their family includes Darla and Larry Gregory, Maris Granger, five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Fischer - Leglar Arnold, Stephanie Kadell and Christina Ulloa. The best man was Vern Gardener. The groomsmen were Brent Turley, Tye Copple, James Stur-devant, Barry Caldwell and Mark Herinckx. The ushers were Charles Kadell and John Hoffmeister. The flower girls were Kendre Berger and Kelsey Hopkes. The candlelighters were Brian Turley and Scott Setniker. The couple will live in Independence. The bridegroom is a senior student at Oregon State University, and the bride is a student at Western Oregon State College. Martin Z. married. Hull, both of Kimberly Sand and Douglas Gieselman Roy Tinsley and Sharon Bowman Louis Montemayor and Lourdes Tobias Don Huitt and Erin Jaggard if . t XT- JP"- - ..gamin f tan-uwiimnn mm nuMW-iw. J-"-" 1 v . ; i Al Shelley K. Fischer of Salem and Kurt J. Leglar of Dubuque, Iowa, were married on June 3 in St. Vin The bride-to-be is the daughter of Ardith L. Hyland of Kailua, Hawaii, and the late Sherman L. Hyland. She is a coder at Salem Hospital. Her fiance is the son of Cliff and Juanita Tinsley of Auburn, Wash. He is a carpenter. A March 16, 1996, wedding in Salem is planned. Dorraine and Dr. James Leake Dr. James R. and Dorraine B. Leake. of Waldport will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary at a cent de Paul Catholic Church in Salem. Parents of the couple are Jerilyn and Leon Fischer of Salem and Marilyn and William Leglar of Dubuque. The honor attendant was Teresa Nash. The other attendants were Kara Leglar, sister of the hrideprnnm. Rer.h Fis- Carter - Casady Sheri L. Carter and Russ D. Casady, both Salem, were married on July 1 in Silverton. dinner and family reunion today. James R. Leake and Dorraine Bradley were married in 1945 in Bran-ford, Conn. He is a retired doctor, and she is a homemaker. She was active in Camp Fire and Beta Sigma Phi, and he was active in the Colorado Army Reserve, then Tobias - Montemayor Lourdes Tobias and Louis R. Montemayor, both of Salem, are engaged to be married. The bride is the daughter of Barbara J. Smith of Salem and the late Robert E. Smith. The bridegroom is the son of Esther Knight of Everett, Wash., and Ralph Casady of Madras. Attending the bride were Bonnie Epling, Laural Perkins and Michele Epling. The best man was Art 1 A.fst. .A cher, sister-in-law of the Shelley and Kurt Leglar bride, Kim Tyacke and Lisa Shelton. The best man was Scott Moorman. The groomsmen were Greg Fischer, brother of the bride, Marty and John Leglar, brothers of the bridegroom, and Loren Nelson. The flower girl was Britnee Hansberry, and the candlelighters were Stefani and Marci Hansen. The couple will live in Beaverton. The bridegroom is an industrial engineer, and the bride is an account executive. the National Guard, re- Dorraine and Dr. James Leake tiring as colonel in 1989. He is now active in the Kiwanis in Waldport. Their family includes Martha Leake, Kathryn Jackson, Olin Mills, James Ross Leake Jr., Barbara Salkind, Heidi Leake Lodge M.D., and three grandchildren. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Ermenia Ralonde of Salem. A graduate of McNary High School, she is a recruiter for the Army National Guard. Her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Montemayor of Columbus, Ga. He attended Mc Nary High School and is employed in construc Rusgrove, and the ushers were Uli Perkins and Chris Epling. The ring bearer was Michele Epling. The couple will live in Salem. The bridegroom is employed in apartment maintenance, and the bride is a cashier. tion. A Sept. 9 wedding in Salem is planned. Jaggard - Huitt Erin R. Jaggard and Don A. Huitt, both of Seattle, are engaged to be married. Kannier - Fergus Lisa A. Kannier and Salem, were married on pal Church. Parents of the couple are Billie and George Kannier of Salem and Teena and Golden M. Fergus of Dayton. . The honor attendant was Lori Kannier, sister of the bride. The other attendants were Stefani Overstreet and Catherine Kitzmiller. The junior attendant was Sa- Heer - Spires Gretchen A. Heer of Spires of Everett, Wash., Woodland Chapel. Parents of the couple are Nancy and Dan Heer of Salem and Myong and Kirby Spires of Everett, Wash. The honor attendant was Alison Heer. The other attendants were Amy Griffiths and Meghan Kelly. The- best man was Doug Van Ness. The Nuptial deadlines The Statesman Journal has the following nuptial policy: Wedding announcements must be submitted no later than six weeks after the date of the ceremony. Engagement announcements must be submitted at least six weeks before the wedding. Anniversary announcements should be submitted at least three weeks before the event. We publish announcements of 25th and 50th anniversaries and those of more than 50 years in five-year increments. All wedding, engagement and anniversary announcements and photos are printed without charge. Forms are available at the Statesman Journal office, 280 Church St. NE, in Salem. Forms also can be mailed or faxed to you; call 399-6708. Forms can be brought to the office, faxed to 399-6706, or mailed to Nuptials, P.O. Box 13009, Salem, OR 97309-1015. Announcements are run on a first-come, first-served, space-available basis. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Karen Leh-ner and Bill Jaggard, both of Salem. A graduate of North Salem High School, she is a student at Cornish College of the Arts. Her fiance is the son of Donald and Patti Mutch-ie of Kanab, Utah. A graduate of Kanab High school, he is an artist mantha Yutzie. The best man was Wade Fergus, brother of the bridegroom. The groomsmen were Troy and Travis Kannier, brothers of the bride. The ushers were Lee Loving and Greg White. The flower girl was Amanda Yutzie, and the ring bearer was Jakob Brown. The couple will live in Salem. The bridegroom is employed in sales, and the bride is employed at State Farm. groomsmen were Merritt Evans and Ryan Stever. The candlelighters were Katie Van Ness and Heather Hopkins. The couple will live in Lynnwood, Wash. The bridegroom is a caseworker. I : and employed at a restaurant. An Aug. 26 wedding in Salem is planned.

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