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Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Sunday, December 31, 1989 Page 15 Weddings Miss Heiny and Mr. DeHaven Wed On Nov. 25 Deborah Kay Heiny became the bride of Kenneth Alan Dehaven in a 1:30 p.m. double- ring ceremony on Saturday, Nov. 25, 1989. The Rev. Mark Foreman officiated at the service, held in Ninth Street Christian Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith, Winamac, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heiny, Cedar Lake. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vem DeHaven, Walton, and the late Joyce DeHaven. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father, and given in marriage by her father and stepfather. Kelly Heiny, Stickney, 111., was her sister's maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Toni Bonnell, Chicago; Rebecca Alt, Winamac; and Valeria Stafford, the bridegroom's sister, Galveston. Best man was Mark Nelson, Plainfield, and groomsmen were Dave Pullen, Galveston, Steve Tulli, Logansport, and Dave Foreman, Valparaiso. Flower girls were the bridegroom's nieces, Kami and Kassi Stafford, Galveston, and ring- bearer was Levi Pullen, also of Galveston. Ushers were Dr. Mark Heiny, the bride's brother, Indianapolis, and Steve Helvie, Columbia, Mo. and Rob Helvie, New Ulm, Minn., the bridegroom's brothers. .Organist was Joyce Eschelman. Dr. Hiroko Heiny, Indianapolis, the bride's sister-in-law, was guest registrar. She was also a server at the reception, along with Lori Nelson, Plainfield, and Chali Pullen, Galveston. The reception, for 250 guests, was held at the American Legion. Music was by S&S Productions. 'The bride is a 1982 graduate of Winamac High School and International Business College, Fort Wayne. She is employed by Herd Seeder Co. Her husband is a 1982 graduate of Lewis Cass High School, and is employed by Central Paving Inc. and Herd Seeder Co. •The couple are residing at Rt. 3, Box 197, Logansport. A rehearsal dinner was given by the bridegroom's parents at Ninth Street Christian Church. Deborah (Heiny) and Kenneth DeHaven Redweik-Baird Vows Said In North Judson Church St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church, North Judson, was the setting for the double-ring ceremony uniting Susan Jane Redweik and Allen Lee Baird in marriage. The Rev. Ray Weber, pastor of St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church, Denham, officiated at the 3:30 p.m. service held Saturday, Nov. 11,1989. The bride is the daughter of Robert John and Mildred Ellen Redweik, Rt. 2, Kewanna. The bridegroom is the son of Larry "Bud" and Joyce Baird, Macy. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. Anita Meta Jo Doan was her sister's matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Kristie Fields, Logansport; Holly See Eber, Twelve Mile; Alisa Dubuisson Redweik, the bride's sister-in-law, Gretna, La.; and Teni Tinnin, Newport News, Va. Best man was David Redweik, the bride's brother, Twelve Mile, and groomsmen were James Baird, the bridegroom's brother, Macy; Scott Keith, Macy; and Dwight Gunter and Gary Baldwin, both of Rochester. Music was by Holly See Eber, Twelve Mile, accompanied on the organ by Julie Furr Krohn, Winamac. D. Larry Doan II, the bride's brother-in-law, Charles City, Va., was crucifer and usher. Robert Redweik Jr., Gretna, La., the bride's brother, was also an usher. Guest registrars and rice girls were the bride's cousins, Jennifer and Christine Gudas, Kewanna, and Jennifer Matzot, Pleasant Plains, 111. A buffet dinner-dance for 400 guests was held at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Winamac. Music was by the band Different Strokes. ; The bridegroom's table featured Lithuanian wedding cakes by Dorothy Lehman, Pulaski. Hosts of the table were Howard and Carol Hickle and Joseph and Dorothy Crist, all of Winamac. Hosts of the bride's cake table were Norman and Judy Bathke, Medaryville, and Mike and Annette Hoover, Indianapolis. Host and hostess were the bride's uncle and aunt, Edmund and Patricia Gudas, Kewanna. The bride is a 1983 graduate of Caston High School, and received a bachelor of science degree in business administration from Christopher Newport College, Newport News, Va. She is manager at Gantas Inc., in Plymouth Meeting, Pa. Her husband graduated from Caston High School in 1982, and is a shipping and receiveing supervisor at Edmonds Corp., Philadelphia, Pa. After a trip to Aruba, the couple are residing at 418 Boulder Lane, Schwenksville, Pa. A rehearsal dinner was given by the bridegroom's parents at Finders in Culver. Miss Baker and Mr. Eisenbise Wed In Walton Service Melinda Kay Baker and Cornell Eisenbise were married in a 2:30 p.m., double-ring ceremony on Saturday, Nov. 25, 1989. The Rev. Ken Marsh officiated at the service, held in Walton Christian Church. The bride is the daughter of Alvin and Virginia Baker, Rt: 4, Logansport. The bridegroom is the soirof Susan Newnes, Walton. The bride was given in marriage by her broth- er, Kraig Baker. Angie VanArsdale was matron of honor, and Leigh Kloenne was maid of honor. ' Bryan Eisenbise was his brother's best man, and Adam Newnes, Walton, the bridegroom's brother, was groomsman. Music was by Ron Montgomery, soloist : Tracy Eisenbise was guest registrar. ' ..'. A church reception for 50 guests followed the ceremony. The bride graduated from Pioneer High School in 1987, and is a student at Purdue University. She is also employed by Marsh Supermarket. Her husband, a 1982 graduate of Lewis Cass High School, is employed by Wilson Foods. The couple are residing at 624 Holley Court, ^Walton. ' ' ' : ".-'• : ; ' '80s Were Renaissance Of The Small Novel By The Associated Press The blockbuster novel, which crowded the bookshelves in the 1970s, faded in the 1980s, a time when publishers turned to small, well-written gems and first-time authors. Here is an alphabetical list of 20 top works of fiction in the '80s, as compiled by the editors of The Associated Press: An Artist of the Floating World, Kazuo Ishiguro — An imaginative tour de force built 1 around that most British of institutions, the butler. Beloved, Toni Morrison — Crimes and misdemeanors with the .living made to die and the dead ;come to life. As always, she writes with astonishing lyricism, the words seeming to float right off the page. The Bonfire of the Vanities, Tom Wolfe — A dark, scathing, riotous epic of nasty, neurotic New York. Cathedral, Raymond Carver — Grief and despair warmed by forgiveness and the smell of fresh bread. Small words and big truths. The peak comes with the short story "A Small, Good Thing," a deeply moving account of how death can divide and unite at the same time. BOOKS Many of the best books of the 1980s were by first- time authors. Flaubert's Parrot, Julian Barnes — A witty, meditative journey of a man's obsession with his literary hero. It is part fiction and part literary criticism but always compelling. The Floating World, Cynthia Kadohata — Inspired by Faulkner and Carver, the Americanization of a Japanese family. Only her first novel, Kadohata is in complete control, her writing as. clear and even as a moonlit sky. The Handmaid's Tale, Margaret Atwood — Future shock; outrageous acts and quiet rebellion. Atwood imagines the United States after a right-wing takeover and uses wit, intelligence and exhaustive research to turn nightmare into reality- Housekeeping, Marilynne Robinson — A small gem about human relationships. The language is precise and lyrical. In country, Bobbie Ann Mason — A happy book about sad things. As narrated by Kentucky teen-ager Sam Hughes, "In Country" takes the most ordinary details •— shopping malls, used cars, the radio — and shows why they matter. The Joy Luck Club, Amy Tan — A young Chinese-American woman comes to grips with her mother's past in China and its impact on her life. Beautiful, controlled language and always powerful. Lonesome Dove, Larry McMurtry — Dust and trust on two old friends' last hurrah cattle drive. Written with gusto. Love In The Time Of Cholera, Gabriel Garcia Marquez — Lyrical, provocative, sensual. The story of one man's lifelong obsession with a woman. Midnight's Children, Salman Rushdie — Surreal look at India through the life of a magic child born the instant India became independent from Britain. A massive novel, written aggressively. The Mosquito Coast, Paul Theroux — A boy's tale of escaping from America aboard his father's paranoid genius. Theroux's story is full of paradox, humor and energy. A sendup of contemporary America, and yet a deadly serious commen- tary. The Name of the Rose, Umberto Eco — Story of the turmoil of early Catholicism played through a murder mystery. A vastly intellectual book that never loses its suspenseful steam. Perfume, Patrick Susskind — A pungent novel about an odorless man. A literary tour de force that makes a freak a hero, and speaks of the tragedy of loneliness. Rabbit Is Rich, John Updike — Story of an aging Harry Angstrom. A dazzling and fulfilling read. Sixty Stories, Donald Barthelme — A book that presents 20 years of Barthelme's work, his journey to minimalism. It clearly shows how and why he was such a major influence on the American short story. The Sport of Nature, Nadine Gordimer — A grand and richly documented chronicle of post-colonialism. A powerful novel of awakening from a powerful writer. World's End, T. Coraghessan Boyle — History, real and imagined; fathers, lost and found, from Indians in the 17th century through hippies in the 20th. A vastly satisfying work. Call 722-5000 --Advertise Your Service For As Little As $1.38 A Day DOES YOUR CHILD PLAY? Can You Imagine How Much Your Child Can Learn Through Playing? •Language Development «Good work and play habits •Social Growth "Preparation for kindergarten •Number & Letter Skills "Elementary Spanish MISSVICKIS PRESCHOOL 215-22nd St. Logansport New Classes ^Beginning Jan. 3rd; for 3, 4 & 5 year olds REGISTRATION IS OPEN NOW! CALL 722-3030 OR 753-7623 OR 753-4904 VicW Ross, Director-B.A., M.A., Licensed Teacher WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE \ THAT STARTING JAN. 2,1990 Francis "Bill" Wright, Olympic Hair Dressing Champion,| will be accepting appointments Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays in our Logansport Salon. you have been looking for a Master Stylist, Call Bill At 722-2180 wrkht s style centre lS*=S!0^ . . . *r /T Engagements Sarber-Johnson A July 21, 1990, wedding is planned by Tammy Jane Sarber, Walton, and John Lee Johnson, West Lafayette. The bride-elect is the daughter of Bill and Connie Rush, Walton. She graduated from Lewis Cass High School in 1981 and Fort Wayne International Business College in 1982, and is employed by Prudential Insurance in Monticello. Her fiance is the son of Leonard and Dorothy Johnson, Michigan City. A 1974 graduate of Elston High School in Michigan City, :he received his bachelor's degree in 1978 and his master's degree in 1982 from Ball State University. He is a teacher at Oxford Elementary School in Oxford. The couple will be married in St. James Lutheran Church, Lafayette. Collins-Kohns A March 30, 1990 wedding is planned by Carol Elizabeth Collins and Peter John Kohrs. Miss Collins, of Indianapolis, is the daughter of Martha G. Collins, 1007 North St., and Frank Collins, Fort Wayne. She graduated from Huntington North High School in 1984, and Indiana University in 1988. She is employed by the Paradise Shops, Indianapolis, and is a member if Sigma Kappa Sorority. Her fiance, also of Indianapolis, is the son of Gail Burlacoff, New Jersey, and Robert Kohrs, Indianapolis. He graduated from Lawrence North High School in 1981 and Indiana University in 1985, and is employed by the Wholesale Club, Indianapolis. The couple plan to be married at the Spring Mill Inn in Spring Mill State Park. Anniversaries Lola and Leroy Clem 50th: Lola and Leroy Clem Lola and Leroy ClemAn open house on Sunday, Jan. 7, will honor F. Leroy "Roy" and Lola M. Clem, 1925 Woodlawn Ave., for their 50th wedding anniversary. It will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Moose Lodge. Mr. Clem and the former Lola M. Cree were married Dec. 30,1939. He is a mechanic at Clem's Garage. She is a homemaker. The couple have four children: Harold, 1217 Woodlawn Ave.; Marilyn Baker, Logansport; Carol Smith, 806 State St.; and Dennis, North Carolina. They also have 11 grandchildren and seven great- grandchildren. 50th: Jack and Claudia Widner Jack and Claudia Widner, Rt. 3, Anoka Acres, Logansport, will observe their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday. Mr. Widner and the former Claudia Bouldin were married Jan. 6,1940, in Delphi United Methodist Church, by the Rev. Wilbur VT Dey. He is retired from Courier Newsom, and she is retired from Logansport Community Schools. They have four children: Larry and Terry, both of Galveston, Jerry of Winamac, and Sherry Nichols, Logansport. They also have nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild. The Widners will be honored at a family gathering. Jack and Claudia Widner 50th: Ronald and Ellen Frantz Ronald and Ellen Frantz, Rt. 2, Walton, are observing their 50th wedding anniversary today. Mr. Frantz and the former Ellen Grant were married Dec. 31, 1939, in the 20th Street parsonage by the Rev. Saunders. They have three children, R. Maurice and Bonnie Jones, both of Peru, and Stanley J., Rt. 4, Logansport. They also have eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Mr. Frantz is a farmer; Mrs. Frantz is a homemaker. A family dinner was held at the Holiday Inn on Friday. Ellen and Ronald Frantz Tired of storing Idle Items? Sell them fast with a classified ad. Women's Dress-Casual & Sport SALE PRJCED Styles by Naturalizer, Footworks, Andiamo, Dexter, Lite Stride and Hush Puppy. 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