Wtirton Daily Times, Friday, February 20,1*70 KAREN PETERSON Karen Peterson's Engagement Noted Mr. and Mrs. Clyde R. Peterson of Midway, Pa., have announced the engagement of their daughter, Karen Lea, to Larry R. Reed. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Reed of 179 Gilson Ave., Weirton. Miss Peterson, a graduate of Tort Cherry High School, received her BA degree from California State College and her Masters degree from West Virginia University. She is employed as a reading coordinator for West Allegheny Elementary Schools. Mr. Reed was graduated from Weir High School and served two years with the U. S. Army, stationed in Panama. He is employed by the Weirton Steel Division. Wedding plans are incomplete. Bonnie Summers Honored At Shower Miss Bonnie Summers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oran Summers of 909 Edna Drive, was honored with a bridal shower in the Millsop Community Center. : Miss Summers is the bride- elect of Gary Roberts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Roberts of 980 Cove Road. Hostesses were Mrs. Edward Dofka, Mrs. Otto Barrett, Mrs. Robert Harbin, Mrs. Joe Hash, Mrs. Archie Pyles and Mrs. Summers. Assisting were Miss Linda Yacos, Mrs. Joe Cutshall, Miss Mary Doyle, Miss Vickie Driscoll, Miss Kathy Cassidy and Miss Diana Dofka. Prizewinners were Miss Maria Doyle, Mrs. Alfred Rocchio, Miss Cindy Cassidy, Mrs. Lucille Rhoades, Mrs. James Ziegler, Mrs. Wayne Davis, Mrs. John Pannett, Mrs. Joyce Doyle, Mrs. Richard Milbert, Mrs. Allen Knox, Mrs. James Martin, Mrs. Cecil Roberts, Mrs. Herbert Johnson, Mrs. Danny Barrett, Mrs. Edward Dofka, Mrs. George 6 Marriage Permits Issued NEW CUMBERLAND -- Six marriage licenses were issued, according to records on file in the county clerk's office at the Hancock County Courthouse. They were: Melio Notni of 109 Weirview Ave. and Ann Shall of 3528 Orchard St., both of Weirton: Frank Walker, Jr. of Petersburg, Ohio and Mary Jo Hays of Garfield, Ohio; Alexander Mclntosh of 4018 Palaades Dr., and Elvira Stadelman of 1237 Glencairn Rd., both of Weirton. Conrad Collins of Newell and Sherrie Angle of Chester; Patrick Thornton of East Orange, N. J., and Sylvia Christman of Irvkigton, N. J. and Wesley Fulmer and Karen McGinnis, both of New Cumberland. Yacos and Mrs. William Sharp. Also Miss Sherry Pyles, Mrs. Cecil Winland, Mrs. John Doty, Mrs. James Craig, Mrs. Joe Rafacz Jr., Mrs. Alex Martin, Mrs. Harbin, Mrs. Andrew Swartz, Mrs. Glen Kemp, Mrs. Arthur Sosenko, Mrs. George Marsh, Mrs. George Lahr, Mrs. Joe Dofka, Miss Donna Nagy, Miss Kathy Selestay, Miss Marlene Nemeth and Mrs. Ronald Wade. They will be married in a candlelight ceremony Saturday, March 21, in the First United Methodist Church. The Rev. Mr. Wayne Burwell will officiate. Church Class Plans Dinner The Brown-Lee Bible Class of the Cove United Presbyterian Church met in the Fellowship Hall with the meditation given by Mrs. Frank Campbell. Her subject was "Lenten Meditation." The business session was conducted by Mrs. Janet Work, president. Mrs. E. D. Rothrock read an article on the "American Dream." Plans were made for the annual class dinner to be held Tuesday, March 17, at 6:15 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Serving will be Circle Two with Mrs. William McCaffery and Mrs. G. E. Heckman as chairmen. About Town Janice Tarowsky, Michael Wadin To Be Married The engagement of Mis; Janice Marie Tarowsky to Michael Wadin has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tarowsky of 109 Park Avenue. He is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth B. Champagne of Grand Rapids, Mich. Miss Tarowsky was graduated from Madonna High School and received her BS degree in nursing from West Virginia University. She is employed as a registered nurse in the Intensive Coronary Care Unit of the Louis Weiss Hospital in Chicago, HI. Mr. Wadin was graduated from Central High School in Grand Rapids, and the Linn Technological College in St. Louis, Mo. He is employed as a architectural draftsman for Niedelson, Berkley and Associates of Chicago Architects. Gamma lota Holds Annual Valentine Dance The Gamma Iota chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority held their annual Cupids Caper Dance in the Hanover Fire Hall with approximately 250 people in attendance. Mrs. Nick Barber was general chairman of the affair. Serving on her committee were Mrs. Leonard Dankovich, decorations; Mrs. James Spano, publicity and special prizes; Mrs. John Lestini, tickets; Mrs. Donald Snyder and Mrs. Daniel Berach, reservations; Mrs. Orlando Eafrati, name cards; Mrs. John Sorrenti, guest book, and Mrs. Julius Nagy, prizes. Special prizewinner was Orlando Eafrati. Other prizewinners were Mrs. William McMillan, Nick Barber, Al Shugart, Rich March, Tony Cassella, Dale Irwin, Tom Czernek, Ted Voynovich, Frank Rizzo, Sam Simera, Lee Sterling, Mrs. William Yocke, Mrs. Connie Conchel and James Gerlando. A cake walk was also held with Nick Ogrizovich as prizewinner. Proceeds from the dance will be donated to the Weirton Council for Retarded Children and Adults. Future Indicative SQUARE DANCE The Peppy Promenaders Square Dance Club will hold a dance Saturday, Feb. 21, from 8-11:30 p.m. The dance, which is open to all western-style square dancers will be held in the Frankfort Springs Grange Hall. Larry Herrod of Greensburg, Pa., will be the caller. TV 7 Â· HPl Women in Ihe Times Edited by Connie Sherensky S8SSSSSWflS^ Kathryn M. Kucan Takes Nuptial Vows PAUL HENRY FIJEWSKI, seven-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fijewski of Cleveland, is a patient on the fourth floor of Fairview General Hospital, 18101 Lorain Road, Cleveland. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fijewski of 129 Betoiont St., Weirton, and Mr. and Mrs. Byrl C. Wass of RD 4, Burgettstown, formerly of Weirton. % Pretty as a picture.... IN YOUR Prom Formal from The Wedding Belle you'll be enchanted- with the beautiful selection of spring ^ and summer formals. For the perfect wedding, let u help you select your gown and bridesmaids dresses. Bridal Gowns priced from'SS. Bridesmaids from S 35. Ballerina Length from S 37.50 The Wedding Belle "We Have Everything But The Groom" 515 East 5th Street--East Liverpool, Ohio PHONE 385-5089 OPEN DAILY 9:30-8:30 SATURDAY 9:30-1:00 Use OIT Lay-Away Plan St. Pauls Roman Catholic Church was the setting for the wedding of Miss Kathryn Marie Kucan and Joseph F. Porter El Saturday, Feb. 7, at 2 p.m. The Rev. Fr. John Claro officiated for the open church, double-ring Nuptial Mass. He was assisted by the Rev. Mr. Robert E. Reed, pastor of the First United Presbyterian Church of Steubenville. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Kucan of 1413 Overlook Drive, Weirton, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Porter ot Steubenville. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a peau de sole gown fashioned with yoke insertions of silk organza. The gown featured a fitted modified Empire waistline, Maderin collar and long tapered sleeves with silk organza inserts and Venise lace panels. It was designed with Venise lace panels overlaying the neckline and yoke. Her detachable, chapel-length train also featured the lace and silk organza inserts. Her bouffant veil of French silk illusion was held in place by a band of flowers accented by a maize satin ribbon. - She carried a bridal bouquet of white mums and roses centered with a white orchid. Miss Linda Kucan, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Debbie Greco, Miss Kathy Gaughen- baugh and Miss Mariann Peterson. Kimberly Kucan, sister of the bride, was a flower girl and Steve Porter, brother of the MRS. JOSEPH F. PORTEKDI groom, was ringbearer. Jim Downer of Steubenville was best man. Ushers were Mark Indowina, Jim Toner and Bill Judge. A reception was held at 6 p.m. in the Kosciuszko Hall on Pennsylvania Avenue. Following an undisclosed wedding trip, the couple is residing at 1426% Bellview Blvd., Steubenville. Mrs. Porter was graduated from Madonna High School and attended Marshall University. Mr. Porter graduated from Steubenville Big Red High School and attended the Jefferson County Technical Institute. He is employed by Elby's Restaurant in Steubenville. WSftWftS^ Meeting Held By Homemakers The Police Lodge Homt- makers Club met in the Dance Held Miss Leslie Judith Mucha, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George P. Mucha Jr. of 4050 Palisades Drive, was hostess to a Valentine's Day dance held in the Lions Club on Marland Heights. Master of ceremonies was Chad "C. C." Chandler, disc jockey for WEIR radio station. Mr. Chandler played records for the dance and awarded albums to the pests. A buffet luncheon was also held. home of Mrs. Per ley Underwood with Mrs. Michael Stillson as co-hostess. Mrs. Ora Dillon was devotional service leader. The lesson on "Table Setting in the Right Way," was given by Mrs. Isabel Orenstein. She also gave a demonstration of proper table setting and presented each member with a gift. Mrs. James Kaul reported on the County Council meeting. 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