The Pantagraph from Bloomington, Illinois on September 28, 1982 · Page 46
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Bloomington, Illinois
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Tuesday, September 28, 1982
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weddings Langhoff photo Moore-Tipsord Married at 4:30 p.m. Sept. 4 at University Christian Church, Normal, were Conni Moore of 126 S. Orr Drive, Normal, and Michael Tipsord of Champaign. Their parents are Walter and Joanne Moore of the Orr Drive address and Leon and Sherry Tipsord of Cooksville. There was a reception at Crestwicke Country Club. The bride, a graduate of Illinois Wesleyan University, chose Debie Newman as matron of honor; Sue Klein, Janis Kelly, Cheryl Callis, Lori Viehweg and Barb Scudder, bridesmaids. Kris-ty Moore was flower girl. The bridegroom, an IWU and University of Illinois Law School graduate, chose Mark Tipsord as best man; Gary Tipsord, Joe Bothe, Rodney Kellar, Mark Viehweg and Mike Lindner, groomsmen. Aaron Gunderson was ring bearer. The bridegroom is employed by Webber and Thies Law Firm, Ur-bana. The newlyweds reside at 118 Kenwood Drive, Apt. 371, Champaign. engagements GRIDLEY - Gene and Edith Cwick of Gridley announce the engagement of their daughter, Jaynet Cwick, to Steve A. Smith, son of Glen and Joan Smith of rural Flanagan. A June 18 wedding is planned. Xlt? LanghoH photo Cwick-Smith Hardin photo Adams-Griffith ATLANTA Carolyn Jean Adams of Philadelphia, formerly of Atlanta, and Belver C. Griffith of Philadelphia were married at 4 p.m. Sept. 4 at the home of the bride's parents, Paul A. and Marian Adams of Atlanta. The Rev. Glenn K. Ioder of Pekin, the bride's uncle, officiated at the ceremony, which was followed by a dinner. The new Mrs. Griffith attended the University of Illinois, the Institute for European Studies, Vienna, and Drexel University. She was fine arts librarian at Columbia University and is currently employed in the Management Information Consulting Division of Arthur Andersen and Co., Philadelphia. Her husband, son of the late Wayland and Henrietta Griffith of Hampton, Va., attended the University of Virginia, Yale University and the University of Connecticut. He is a professor of information science at Drexel University, Philadelphia. After a sailing honeymoon on Chesapeake Bay, the newlyweds reside at 3415 Baring St., Philadelphia. Hawkins-May MCLEAN - Mr. and Mrs. George Hawkins of McLean announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda Hawkins, to Brad May, also of McLean. He is a son of the late Wanda L. Land of Chillicothe. An Oct. 16 wedding is planned. I . I V -n It r HI -t V Handley photo Mai-Vance CHENOA - Huong Thi Mai of 411 E. Wood St., Bloomington, and Ron R. Vance of rural Colfax were married at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 10 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Chenoa. Hoa Mai and Quyen Le of Hue, South Vietnam, and Leonard and Violet Vance of rural Colfax are their parents. There was a reception at Indian Creek Country Club, Fairbury. Bong Brown, Sue Helling, Connie Petersen, Celia Hickling, Ruth Vance and Sally Able were the bride's attendants. Mary Ann Brown was flower girl. Kent Petersen, Rick Vance, Erick and Kevin Miner, Jim Walters and Rick Winterland attended the bridegroom and Robert Vance was ring bearer. The new Mrs. Vance attended high school in Hue, South Vietnam, and is a tailor employed by Marben's Men's Store. Her husband, a graduate of Octavia High School, is engaged in farming. They reside at 411 E. Wood St., Colfax, following a wedding trip to Great America. Orrick-Wheeler DANVERS - Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Orrick Jr. of Danvers announce the engagement of their daughter, Pamela Lynn Orrick, to Mitchell Travis Wheeler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wheeler of Atlanta. The announcement was made at an Aug. 22 picnic given in the couple's honor. A June wedding is planned. Carley-Spence Robert Bruce Spence, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spence of 3020 E. Oakland Ave., Blooming-ton, and Janet Carley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Carley of Madison, Wis., exchanged wedding vows at noon Aug. 14 at First Congregational Church, Madison. William Pollard, the bride's uncle, officiated. The newlyweds were driven to their reception at Maple Bluff Country Club in a horse-drawn carriage. Area residents who attended the couple were Lucy Spence, Thomas Murrell, Les Troyer and Michael Duncan. The new Mrs. Spence is a teacher in Wheaton and her husband is an assistant state's attorney in Kane County. They reside at 126 N. Van Buren St., Batavia, following a honeymoon in Mexico. uncomplicated Choose one exquisite diamond, framed in a simple, yet stunning, design. For the finishing touch it's been hand fluorentined. From you and Erik. THE DIAMOND CENTER - EASTLAND SHOPPING CENTER, BLOOMINGTON Langan-Chilcott STREATOR (PNS) - St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Streator, was the setting for the Aug. 21 wedding of Leslie Langan of Streator and Bret Chilcott of Kenosha, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. James Langan of Streator and Mr. and Mrs. Don Chilcott of Udall, Kan., are their parents. There was a church reception before the newlyweds left on a ' honeymoon to California. They reside at Kenosha, Wis. Attending the bride were Paula Langan, Cindy Sucher and Chris Franks. The bridegroom's attendants were Bart Chilcott, Randy Ringgenberg and Mike Langan. A graduate of Chatsworth High School, the new Mrs. Chilcott attends Carthage College at Kenosha. Her husband, a graduate of Udall High School and Cowley County Community College in Kansas, is employed by Snap-On Tools, Corp. 6WL6RS TuJay, Sept. 28, 1982 15

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