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SUNDAY, July 7, 1991, Longview News-Journal 7-F MARRIAGES Palmer, Breeland Brenda Breeland and Charlie Palmer were married July 6 In North Longvlew Baptist Church with Dr. David Jenkins officiating the double-ring ceremony. The bride is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Culver-house of Waco. The bridegroom is the son of Marion Palmer of Gilmer and the late Glenn Palmer Sr. Honor attendants were Rhea Davis, maid of honor; and Jeff Easterl-ing, best man. The bride was escorted by her daughter, Tara Breeland. Mike Cervenka and Phil Procell were ushers. , Weddingmusic was by Virginia Keeling, vocalist; and Fonda Jones, pianist. A reception followed in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George McCormack. Dyess, McBee Kayla Michelle McBee and Bobby Jack Dyess were married July 6 in the Plymouth Park Baptist Church with the Rev. Carl Rider officiating the double-ring ceremony. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Rives McBee of Irving. The bridegroom is the son of Jack Dyess of Van. Bridal attendants were her sister, Kathy McBee, maid of honor, July Wooten, Jane Carlysle, Lou Ann Hopper, Karen Boyett and Angela Smyers, bridesmaids; and Bevyn Taylor and Emily Beaver, flower girls. Attending the bridegroom were his father, best man; James Pinch-back, Vandy Vanderslice, Tim Tramp, Robert Salter and Charles Presley, groomsmen; Tim Harris, Bill Womack, Dan Childress and Mike Crossland, ushers; and Shane Taylor, rlngbearer. Wedding music was by Rosie Vera, piano; Sandra Davidson, organ; and Diane Taylor and David Dyess, solo ists. A reception followed in Baker Hall, Plymouth Park, B.C. The bride was graduated from v Weeks, "floe -:- Suzanne Gail Roe and Christopher Henry Weeks were married July 6 in First Baptist Church of Diana with Dr. David A. Massey Sr. officiating the double-ring ceremony. Parents of the bride are Mr, and Mrs. Earl D. Roe of Longvlew, and parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. John D. Weeks of Diana. U Bridal attendants were her sister, Eiane Roe, maid of honor; and Cathy olle and Amy Caffey, bridesmaids. t5 Attending the bridegroom were Cub Hawkins, best man; Andy Duffey and Donnie Swain, groomsmen; and John Weeks and Patrick Weeks, brothers of the bridegroom, and Michael Ingram, ushers. ;! Wedding music was' by Jennie Coleman, soloist, and Barbara Winn, jgrganist A reception followed in the fellow-;Ship hall. The bride was graduated from Xongview High School and attended ; Kilgore College. She is employed by fJParr, -Harris - HI Stacie Dawn Harris and Christopher Clayburn Parr were married June 15 in Spring Hill First Baptist Church with the Rev. Wayne Span-hanks officiating the double-ring ceremony. .Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Ted Harris, and parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Delton Parr, all of Longvlew. Bridal attendants were Toni Schonians, maid of honor; Elizabeth Parr, Lisa Harris, Kristi King and Cathy Gebert, bridesmaids; and Gillian Harris and Lacie Parr, flower girls. Attending the bridegroom were his father, best man; his brothers, Joey Parr and Danny Parr, Lance Croley and Chad Comer, groomsmen; Kevin Harris and Dennis Bradley, ushers; and Amy Burks, Mandy Burks and Leslie Ballard, candle-lighters. Wedding music was by Debra Cantrell. A reception followed in the fellowship hall. The bride was graduated from m- Valenza, Reese lisandra Michelle Reese and Frank Joseph Valenza were married June 8 irrSpeer Chapel at LeTourneau University with the Revs. Micheal Gate atyd Frank G. Valenza officiating the double-ring ceremony. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boger of Longvlew, and pprents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Valenza of Grand Rapids, Mich. Bridal attendants were Jodi Peters, maid of honor; Amy Ledbetter and Mang Lam, bridesmaids; and April Petty, flower girl. Attending the bridegroom were Sim Creider, best man; Walter Berk-IJfl and Stephen Reese, groomsmen, ushers and candlelighters; and Robert Petty, rlngbearer. CWedding music was by Mark LeTourneau and Sherrye Coles. A reception followed in Salvation Army -Youth Hall. The bride was graduated from Longvlew High School and is em- r.r. 1 yf J . - it.V 4: .' Coker, Adkins Mrs.' Criarlie Palmer (Brenda Breeland) The bride is employed by Akin, Steele & Bush Attorneys. The bridegroom was graduated from Baylor University in 1975. Following a wedding trip to Corpus Christi, the couple will live in Longvlew. X ) Mrs. Bobby Dyess (Kayla McBee) Irving High School and the University of North Texas. She is an elementary teacher. The bridegroom was graduated from White Oak High School and Louisiana Tech University with bachelor's and master's degrees. He is a high school teacher and football coach. - ' " The couple will take a wedding trip to San Antonio. 1 1 s V'- ,' f ... y-T'k'i - r X ; & Mrs. Christopher Weeks (Suzanne Roe) East Texas Professional Credit Union. The bridegroom was graduated from Diana High School and attended Kilgore College. He is employed by Brookshlre's. - Following a wedding trip to Arkansas, the couple will live in Longvlew. Mrs. Christopher Parr (Stacie Harris) Spring Hill High School and Kilgore' College Nursing School. She is employed by Highland Pines Nursing School. The bridegroom was graduated from Spring Hill High School and attended Kilgore College and Tarle-ton State University. He is employed by Marathon LeTourneau. The took a wedding trip to New Orleans and live in Longvlew. Mrs. Frank Valenza (Sandra Reese) ployed by Brookshlre's. The bridegroom was graduated from Rogers High School in Wyoming, Mich., and is employed by LeTourneau University. They took a wedding trip to Florida and live in Longview. Kelly Kinsey Adkins and Milton Ennis Coker were married June 15 in Harmony Baptist Church with the Rev. James H. Rust officiating the double-ring ceremony. Parents of the bride are Betty Sossamon of Anna Marie Island, Fla., and Randle Kinsey of Gulf Port, Miss. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Chester M. Coker of Naples. Bridal attendants were her daughters, Ashley Adkins, maid of honor; April Adkins, miniature bride; and Jackie Adkins, flower girl. Kathy Rae was bridesmaid. Attending the bridegroom were his son, Jason Coker, best man; Gary Rae, groomsman; Robby Bridges and Dana Greer, ushers; Robby and Randy Kinsey, candlelighters; and Ethan Rae, rlngbearer. Wedding music was by Dana Greer and Amber Deem. A reception followed in the fellowship hall. I .; . ! .-x 1 . : - V Mrs. Milton Coker (Kelly Adkins) The bride was graduated from Longview High School and is employed by Haverty's Furniture Co. The bridegroom is employed by Tristar Industries. They took a wedding trip to Daingerfield and live in Longview. Carter, Rhinehart Alicia Renee Rhinehart and Mark Edward Carter were married June 15 ' in Spring Hill Assembly of God Church with the Rev. Troyce Pearson officiating the double-ring ceremony. Parents of the bride are Jerry and Mary Rhinehart of Longview, and parents of the bridegroom are Linda Carter of Longvlew and Glenn Carter of Victoria. Bridal attendants were Jennifer Rappeport, maid of honor, Coleen Dudas and Lauree Roberts, bridesmaids; and Becky Carter, flower girl. Attending the bridegroom were Kenneth Balusek, best man; Matthew Carter and Paul Maxey, groomsmen; Greg Wilklns and Clint Fisher, ushers; and April Meeks and Clint Fisher, candlelighters. Wedding music was by Kristen Martin, Susan Brumfleld and Greg Wilkins, soloists; and Curtis Thompson, organist. A reception followed in the fel- 7 Mrs. Mark Carter (Alicia Rhinehart) lowship hall. The bride was graduated from Trinity School of Texas. The bridegroom was graduated from Victoria High School and is employed by Kilgore College. Fowler, Johnson Stacy Adell Johnson and Paul Anthony Fowler were married June 7 in Trinity Episcopal Church with the Rev. Ernie Saik officiating the double-ring ceremony. Parents of the bride are Joel and Louise Johnson, and parents of the bridegroom are Kenneth and Clara Powler, all of Longview. Bridal attendants were Cindy Car-ruth, maid of honor; Pam Maxwell, sister of the bride, and Sheryl Johnson, bridesmaids; and Melinda Stubblefield and Kady Maxwell, flow-sr girls. Attending the bridegroom were Ms father, best man; Cliff Carruth ind Aaron Jones, groomsmen; Randy Johnson and Ricky Johnson, broth-srs of the bride, and Tommy Rick-man, ushers; and Brandon Maxwell, rlngbearer. Wedding music was by Wes Gomer and Loren Crow. A reception followed In the fellowship hall. The bride was graduated from Cobb, Henderson Debbie S. (Hawkins) Henderson and Jerry D. Cobb were married June 10 at the home of the brtde's parents with the Rev. Mike Britton officiating the double-ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Larry and Carolyn Hawkins of Diana, and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Frankle Cobb of Oklahoma and the late Weldon. Cobb. Bridal attendants were her sister, Becky Smith, matron of honor, and her daughter, Jennifer Henderson, Lampkin, Parsons Jennifer Rebekah Parsons and Larry Don Lampkin were married May 7 in Conway, S.C. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Parsons of White Oak, and parents of the bridegroom are L.D. Mrs. Paul Fowler (Stacy Johnson) Longvlew High School and Kilgore College cosmetology school. She is employed in the circulation department of Longvlew News-Journal. The bridegroom was graduated from Kilgore High School and is employed by Halliburton Oil Co. They took a wedding trip to San Antonio and live in Longview. bridesmaid. Attending the bridegroom was Mike Bullock, best man. A reception followed in the home of the bride's parent The bride was graduated from Kilgore College and is employed by Longvlew Occupational Medicine Clinic. The bridegroom was graduated from Kilgore College Fire Academy and Is a paramedicfirefighter with the city of Longview. They took a wedding trip to San Diego, Calif., and live in Diana. Lampkin of Longvlew and David and Jan Denton of Conway, S.C. The bride attended White Oak High School and is a homemaker. The bridegroom was graduated from Gladewater High School in 1986 and Is employed by Plor-Shlne. They took a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C, and live in Conway, S.C. ENGAGEMENTS Grinnell, Snow Carrie Lyn Grinnell and Scott Edward Snow plan to marry July 20 in Magrill Plaza. . She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cobb, and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Snow Jr., all of Longview. Grinnell is a 1991 graduate . of Hallsville High School and is employed by Mazzio's. Snow is a 1984 graduate of Longview High School. He is a Navy veteran and is employed by Riley Texaco. Combs, Wilson Shar Leigh Combs and Leonard A. Wilson plan to marry July 20 at St. Paul United Methodist Church in Abilene. She is the daughter of Bobby and Sally Cash Soefje of .Longview and Charles and Fran Combs of Hallsville, and he is the son of Henry and Marilyn Wilson of Temple. Combs is a junior vocal performance major at McMurry University in Abilene. She is employed by St. Paul United Methodist Church and Hastings. Wilson is a senior communications major at McMurry University and is associate youth director of St. Paul United Methodist Church. Duke, Mustin Judy Lynn Duke and William Russell Mustin plan to marry July 27 in the Covenant Christian Church. She is the daughter of Clara Dowdy of Mena, Ark., and he is the son of Tommy and Ann Mustin of Jacksboro. Duke is a graduate of Mena (Ark.) High School and attended Kilgore College. She is employed . by McLendon Cleaners. Mustin is a graduate of Jacksboro High School and Tarleton State University. He is employed by Veterinary Companies of America. Nottingham, Philbrick Carol Ann Nottingham and Douglas D. Philbrick, both of Longview, plan to marry Aug. 10 in St. Mary's Church. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Nottingham of Longview, and he is the son of Glenda Philbrick of Longview and Bruce Philbrick of Rye, N.H. Nottingham is a 1984 graduate of Spring HiU High School. She is cosmetic and fragrance manager at Skaggs. Philbrick graduated from Spring Hill High School and is employed by DCS Machine. Dawson, Wood Xan Dawson of White Oak and Sean Anthony Wood plan to marry Aug. 17 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Barton of Garrison. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Randy Dawson of White Oak, and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronny G. Wood of Houston. Dawson is a 1986 graduate of White Oak High School and a 1990 graduate of Stephen F. Austin State University. She is employed by Center Independent School District Wood is a graduate of Clear Lake High School in Houston and is attending Stephen F. Austin State University. Woods, Shutt Lisa Karen Wood and Andrew Christopher Shutt plan to marry Aug. 24 in St. Mary's Catholic Church. ANNIVERSARY Woolridges to celebrate 63rd anniversary today LD. and Argie Woolridge will celebrate their 63rd anniversary 2:30 p.m. today in Luby's Cafeteria Banquet Room. They were married July 5, 1928. Mr. and Mrs. Woolridge have 14 children, 30 grandchildren and 13 great-great-grandchildren. Woolridge is a retiree of the Grove Valve Co. of Longvlew. GUIDELINES She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale H. Wood of Longview, and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Shutt of Carthage. Wood is a 1986 graduate of Spring Hill High School and is attending Kilgore School of Cosmetology. She is employed at Beall's in the Longview Mall. ' Shutt is a 1986 graduate of Carthage High School. He served two years in the Navy and is employed by NEC in Dallas! Partin, Montgomery Lanna Partin of Euless and Steve Montgomery of Nacogdoches plan to-marry Aug. 31 in South Euless Baptist Church. vi i She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs: Fred L Partin Jr. of Euless, and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Montgomery of Longview. , Partin graduated from Stephen F Austin State University with a bachelor's degree in education. ' Montgomery is studying education at Stephen F. Austin and plans to graduate in December. Mejper, Donoho Sylvia Meyer of Dallas and Travis G. Donoho of Norman, Okla., plan to marry Sept. 7 in Alpine Presbyterian Church in Longview. She is the daughter of Lynelle Meyer and Wilbur Meyer, both of Longview and he is the son of Willie F. Donoho of Fort Worth. Meyer earned a bachelor of social work degree from North Texas Statfc University: She is employed by Texas Department of Human Services and is president of Texas State Employees Union. Donoho attended North Texas State University and is employed by Commu-' nications Workers of America. He is a member of Democratic Socialists of America. McElroy, Stevens Tricia Alice McElroy and Thomas Huxford Stevens plan to marry Dec. 14 in First Presbyterian Church of Kilgore. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David McElroy of Kilgore, and he Is the son of Dr. and Mrs. A.C. Stevens of Longview. McElroy Is a cum laude graduate of Texas A&M University, earning a bachelor's degree in journalism in May. She is an ad representative for the Kilgore News Herald. ,' Stevens earned a bachelor's degree in restaurant, hotel and institutional management in 1990 from Texas Tech University, where he was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. He is property manager of Guest Inn in Dallas with General Equities Management Corp. Steger, Loyd Anisa Steger and George Loyd plan to' marry April 4 in First Methodist Church of Longview. i She is the daughter of Linda Jane Steger of Longvlew and Mr. and Mrs.) John R. Steger of Lindale, and he is the, son of Mr. and Mr. Frank Brown and the' late George A. "Sonny" Lloyd. Steger is a 1986 graduate of Gilmer High School and has an accounting degree from Tyler School of Business. She is employed by Longview Radiation Oncology, P.A Lloyd is a 1982 graduate of Longview High School. He is employed by Big Three Industries and is a member of n - - Mr., Mrs. Woolridge Flying friendly skies can make you grumpy Aa a public service, the Longvlew News-Journal publishes weddings, engagements and anniversaries of Interest to Longvlew and the surrounding communities free of charge. Wedding and engagement announcements must submitted ron News-Journal Questionnaires and In clude a home phone number. Ques- , printed or returned ment. The photo of the bride should . be a heao-and-shoulder shot and.; taken In the studio. Photographs that reproduce best are black and white professional quality prints. Prints from Polaroid and 35-mm cameras will not repro- duce. ; The photograph may be picked up. after the wedding announcement Is it proviaea a. tlonnalres are available at the News- self-addressed, stamped envelope. ; mi it! Ermi Bombcck Transcontinental air flight is only 80 years old, but already people are beginning to wax nostalgically over the "good old days" of aviation. Never mind that the planes made more, stops than a rural postman or that it took more than ' 82 hours to get from New York to Pasadena. Compared with seem minor. Many of us still remember the golden years of the sky when you got a whole can of soft drink all to yourself. Some planes had a piano bar, complimentary champagne and a cook in a chefs cap who would toss something together at your seat Sometimes there would be rartt of standing roast beef v.'hcrs you could order it well-done or rare with a dollop of horseradish sauce on the side. I heard one airline even had ah aerobics instructor to demonstrate today, those things exercises in the aisles. The reasons for all' of these amenities were twofold: one was to keep people busy to alleviate their fears of flying and the other was to outservice the competition. On a flight a couple of weeks ago, a man reached over to the arm of the seat dividing us and filched my package of peanuts. I said, "Excuse me. Those are mine." I couldn't believe I was fighting for a lousy package of peanuts. The flight attendants try. No one group has been kinder to me or worked harder to make my trips more enjoyable. About six months ago I was wedged in an area no bigger than a potty chair between a blonde who had a jumpsuit painted on her body and a guy in a cowboy hat . who drank four beers during a 50-minute flight and belched a lot. As soon as the cart was in the aisle and our snack tables were lowered, the blonde said in a helium voice, "I have to wee-wee." The cowboy elbowed me and said to her, "You should have' tinkled before you left home." They bonded over another beer. Journal office, 320 E. Methvln In downtown Longvlew, 8 a.m. to S p.m. Monday through Friday. For more Information, call 757-3311. Following are publication guidelines: ENGAGEMENTS: Engagements must be published at least two weeks before the wedding. Photographs are not used with engagement notices. Engagement Information must be submitted on a News-Journal questionnaire. It must be signed and Include a home phone number. Deadline for the Sunday edition Is 5 p.m. the Monday before. WEDDINQ8: Wedding announcements must be submitted on a News-Journal questionnaire. It must be signed and Include a home phone number. A photograph of the bride only will be used with the wedding announce- ifhotographs not returned will be kept , one year. i Deadline for the Sunday edition Is 5 p. ml the Monday before. 1 ANNIVERSARIES: Photos and an.1 nouncements of anniversaries will be' published of couples observing wed?) ding anniversaries of 50 years or more. All anniversary photos must bej current. J Photographs that reproduce beaC are black and white professional, quality prints; however, color photo-from professional photographers can? be used. Prints from Polaroid anS 35-mm cameras will not reproduce ' The photograph may be picked upi after the announcement Is printed on returned If provided a self-addressed stamped envelope. Photographs no(tj returned will be kept one year. " Deadline for a Sunday edition is $ p.m. the Monday before. 4 Some safety tips for runners to follow! By The Associated Press Crimes against joggers, such as rape, are rare but not rare enough. That's why the Road Runners Club of America Is working hard to prevent such realities from catching up with runners. Here are several tips for running safety, prepared by the RRCA. Carry identification or write name, phone number and blood type on the inside sole of a running shoe. Include medical information. ; Don't wear jewelry. t Carry change for phoning. Call police immediately if something -happens or if danger "Js suspected. fr Run with a partner. 1 Leave word of running routes with family tud friends. v Run in familiar areas, add alter the route fegularly. In unfamiliar areas contact running stores or police for safety tips.

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