I ,_Â«"v. MRS. RONALD B. KELL Beverly C. Fray Takes Nuptial Vows The Zion United Church of Christ in Steubenville, was the setting for the wedding of Miss Beverly Christine Fray and Ronald Bruce Kell. The Rev. Mr. H. Gilbert Stillwagon and the Rev. Mr. Raymond Snyder officiated for the double-ring, open church and candlelight ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cable of 1513 Maryland Ave., Steu- txnvillc, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Kell of 545 Woodland Ave., Steubenville. Mr. Cable gave his stepdaughter in marriage. She wore a floor-length gown of satin. The gown was designed with a fitted Basque bodice, and featured scrolls of Venise lace at the neckline and on the cuffs of the bouffant voile sleeves. Her headpiece was a floor- length mantilla of silk illusion, edged with Venise lace scrolls. She carried a white Bible, topped with a white orchid and stephanotis. Miss Sandra Weeks was maid of honor. Bridesmaids' were Miss Nancy Mort, Miss Karen Kaplan, Miss Patricia Kelsesky and Miss Karol Kell. Michelle and Rhonda Tuttle were flower girls and Kent Shevlin was a ringbearer. Raymond Hastings was best man. Ushers were Bob Shevlin, Matthew Kell Jr., Ron Tuttle and George Lindsay. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church social room. The couple went on a wedding trip to Cape Cod, Mass., and is residing at Staten Island, N.Y. Mrs. KeU was graduated from Steubenville High School and St. John Hospital Lab School. She also attended Kent State University, and was formerly employed by St. John Hospital. Mr. Kell was also graduated from Steubenville High School and attended Ohio University. He is serving as a 2nd Class Corpsman with the U.S. Navy. Mothers Honored By Gamma Upsilon Gamma Upsilon chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority held their annual Mother-Daughter banquet in the K. of C. Hall. Mrs. Paul Renzelli, retiring president, welcomed members and honored guests. She introduced her mother, Mrs. Adolph Colesante, and her mother-in-law, Mrs. Guy Renzelli. Each member introduced herself and her guest. Out-going officers were introduced by Mrs. Renzelli. They are Mrs. Martin Rihel, vice president; Miss Rose Caparros, treasurer; Mrs. James Bowen, recording secretary; Mrs. Jack Wells, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Harry Brown, extension officer, and Miss Toni Petricca, executive coordinating committee representative. Officers for the' 1070-71 sorority year are: Mrs. Bowen, president; Mrs. Romie Castelli, vice president; Mrs. Gerald long, treasurer; Miss Mary Ann Ralston, recording secretary; Mrs. John Rybka Donna Burnetta Marks Birthday Donna Renee Burnetta, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Burnetta of 1308 Overlook Drive, was honored with a party on the occasion of her sixth birthday. Games were played with prizes being won by Patti O'Rourke, Kim Schaumberg, Jo Lynn Marks, Mary Ruth Vorhees, Jamie Doak, Lisa Connell, Tammy Barnhart, Robin Stewart, Denise Harvilak, Tracy Solomon, Jodi B;illas and Sheree Fante. -o- An easy method of freshening up articles of suede is to brush over them with an old nylon stocking. Jr., corresponding secretary; Mrs. Renzelli, extension officer, and Mrs. George Gun-era, executive coordinating committee representative. Miss Paula Pachuta read the poem, "A Mother's Love," and Mrs. William Polen read the poem, "Mothers Were Once Daughters." Each mother and guest was presented with a set of salt and pepper shakers by Mrs. Castelli, banquet chairman. Special prizes were awarded to Mrs. John Hatala, Mrs. Joseph Butler, Mrs. Franklin Francis, Mrs. Vincent Petricca, Mrs. Tom Jones, Mrs. Carl Backel, Mrs. John Mankowski, Mrs. John Konnovich, Mrs. Merle Anderson, Mrs. Tom Avona, Mrs. Guy Renzelli, Mrs. Mike Balog and Mrs. Charles Tortis. Table prizes were won by Mrs. Balog, Mrs. Hatala, Mrs. Francis, Mrs. John Rybka Jr., Mrs. Larry Zdinak, Mrs. Avona, Miss Francie Lipinski and Mrs. Ramon Caparros. The chapter will make their donation to charity at their next meeting Tuesday, May 26, in Millsop Community Center. Meeting Held The Ladies Auxiliary of Patriarch Militants and the Canton Ixiyal met in the IOOF Hall, Steubenville. Mrs. James Thomas presided. A report was given on the department association's meeting which was held in Columbus. The next department meeting will be held in Cincinnati. It was announced that a Memorial Day Parade will be held Saturday, May 30, in Elyria, Ohio. Any member who would like to attend is requested to be at the IOOF Hall in Steubenville at 12:30 p.m. Shower Bridal Gifts from ROGERS! Â· I M i k a s a C h i n a Â· /wicscl C r y s t a l Strimvaro Â· I n t e r n a t i o n a l Stainless 1' lahvarc e Oiii-ida S t a i n l e s s F l a t w a r e Â· Large S e l e c t i o n of G i f h v a r e iE 3224 : ? Main St. Judy Jordan, Robert Mayhew To Be Married CHESTER - Mr. and Mn. James A. Jordan of MO Louisiana Ave., Chester, hive announced the engagement Â«nd approaching mwriagt of their daughter, Judy Bern, to Robert H. Mayhew Jr. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Mayhew Sr. of New Manchester. Miss Jordan was graduated from Oak Glen High School In 1967 and is a senior at West Virginia University, majoring In speech pathology and audlology. Mr. Mayhew was graduated from Oak Glen High School In 1965 and received his BS degree in marketing from West Virginia University. He is employed in the Sales Department of Weirton Steel Division. They will be married Saturday, June 6, at 2:30 p.m. In the Westminster United Presbyterian Church of Chester. The custom of open church will be observed. Homemakers Make Donations Two donations were made at the May meeting of the Police Lodge Homemakers held in the home of Mrs. Ivan Reese with Mrs. Ora Dillon as co-hostess. The club made a donation to the Cancer Fund and to the Gertrude Humphrey Student Fund. Mrs. James Kaul, president, presided for the business session and Mrs. Robert Tingler was devotional service leader. The lesson leader was Mrs. Lcland Moore. Her topic was "Music Appreciation - Jazz." She gave an informative lesson on the beginning of jazz, its effects and the most outstanding persons associated with it, Mrs. Bennie Noe, Brooke County Extension agent, played recordings of some of the most famous jazz artists. It was announced that the club will take a bus trip to New Martinsville Wednesday, June 3. The annual Morgantown Area Home Demonstration Council meeting will be held Thursday, June 25, at Oglebay Park. Mrs. Reese won the traveling gift. Class To Meet The Fidelity Class of the First United Methodist Church .will hold'-a meeting Tuesday, May 26, at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. D. K. Bever of 3538 Elm St. with Miss Mildred Neiderheiser as co-hostess. Mrs. Myrtle Pratt, president, will preside for the business session and will also give the devotions. The program will be in charge of Mrs. Louis Fodor. Women in The Times Edited by Connie Sherensky Weirton Daily Times. Monday. May K, WO -- 5 Installation Held By Cumberland PTA VISITATION LUNCHEON HELD. The Women'l Auxiliary of the Weirton General Hospital held a visitation luncheon In the Doctors Dining Room of the Hospital with Mrs. Paul Duffy, auxiliary preildent, presiding. Luncheon principals were (LEFT TO RIGHT) Mrs. Duffy, Mrs. William Elchelberger of Wheeling, district counselor of the West Virginia Hospital Auxiliary; Mrs. William Smith of Huntington, state preildent of the West Virginia organization, and Mrs. William Marsh of Weirton, state president-elect. Following the luncheon, a dullness meeting was held with committee report! given. Mrs. Duffy announced that Mrs. Maynard Ferguson has been appointed to serve as cochairman with Mrs. D. Lee Shroads for the annual Pink Cotillion Ball, sponsored by the auxiliary. The date for the Ball has been tentatively set for late October. The next auxiliary meeting will be held Tuesday, June 16. Bridal Shower Held For Theresa Rusinovich Miss Theresa Ann Rusi- novich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Rusinovich of 107 N. 24th St., was honored with a bridal shower held in Kosziuszko Hall. She is xhe bride-elect of Denver Zinn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Byran Zinn of Brilliant, Ohio. The shower was given by Mrs. Thomas Simon, Mrs. Edward Jagela, Mrs. Jerome Connell and Mrs. Rusinovich. Prizewinners were: Mrs. Steve Kuchak, Mrs. George Perry, Mrs. John Burda, Mrs. John Echelle, Mrs. '.Dinner Honors Supreme Officers^ The Shangri La Zuanna held a dinner In the IOOF Hall on West Street to honor three supreme officers from New York. Honored were Mrs. Betty McConnell, supreme ashayhi; Mrs. M. Grace Sherman, past supreme ashayhi, and Mrs. Crescentie Voelker, supreme ways and means chairman. The supreme officers spoke to Meeting Set The Weirton Termite Auxiliary will meet Wednesday, May 27, at 7:30 p.m. in Millsop Community Center. Mrs. John Sabo will preside. It was announced that a special practice session for the Termite majorettes and drummer boys will also be held at this time in the Center. the group about the work of the Order. They also sold Jewelry and other items for the Humanitarian Fund. The proceeds from the sale will go to help the retarded children and adults in the United States and Canada. Mrs. Paul Moore presided for the business session in the absence of Mrs. E. L. Sloan, who is a patient in Weirton General Hospital. The next meeting will be held Tuesday, June 16, in the IOOF Hall. Jim Brock, Mrs. John Sutyak, Mrs. Dell Bernola, Mrs. Delores Kelley, Mrs. Sam Pelligrino, Mrs. Marion Gaffoli, Miss Gayla Solatin, Miss Arlene Sejda, Miss Ada Summers and Miss Linda Heaton. Also Miss Doris Willman, Mrs. Sophie Angelo, Mrs. Zinn, Mrs. Bill Marsh, Mrs. Mary Rusinovich, Mrs. Lola Warren, Mrs. Amelia Hassan, Mrs. Joseph Sejda, Mrs. Michael Brier, Mrs. Joseph Wascik, Mrs. James White, Miss Diane Hawrot and Mrs. James Loughhead. The couple will be married Saturday, June 20, at 6 p.m. in St. Joseph the Worker Roman Catholic Church. The Rev. Fr. James P. Murphy will officiate for the open church, double-ring ceremony. Following the ceremony, a reception will be held in the Hanover Township Fire Hall, Paris. Pa. New Cumberland -- Mrs. Lilli Crissinger, first president of the New Cumberland Junior High PTA which was organized in 1937, installed the newly-elected officers for the 1970-71 year. Installed were: Mrs. Eldon Gray, president; Mrs. James Knox, vice president; Mrs. Dean Blackwell, secretary, and Mrs. Joseph Nemith, treasurer. The Junior High Band, under Miss Sutton Gives Bible Class Program Miss Mary Sutton presented the program at a meeting of the Brown-Lee Bible Class of Cove United Presbyterian Church held in the Fellowship Hall. She showed slides and spoke on her recent trip to Christus Gardens in Gatlinburg, Tenn. Mrs. D. W. Sutton was devotional service leader. Her theme was "Christ's Love For His Own." The Call to Worship, "Jesus Calls Us," was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Mary Ferguson. Mrs. Janet Work presided for the business session. The class voted to make a donation to the West Virginia Mountain project. It was announced that the annual class picnic will be held Tuesday, July 21, at Marland Heights Park. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Joseph Kerr, Mrs. Guy Campbell and Mrs. William Dye. The next meeting will be held Tuesday, June 16, at 8 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. About Town JONI WELCH, daughter 01 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Welch of 3917 Washington St., observed her llth birthday, Sunday, May 24. She is a fifth grade student at Edgewood School. the direction of Wayne Weslfall, provided the entertainment for the meeting with a variety of musical selections. Members of the band also led the devotional service. It was announced that Miss Sharon Tice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tice of Hardins Run, was selected as the PTA's queen candidate for the Fireman's Parade, which will be held during the week of the Fireman's Carnival, June 25-27. 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