, September 22,1991 \ Dyke-Janney Jackson-Sollie Williams-Manker BBCKLBY, W.Va. - Edwina Lee ried Aug. 10 at the United Methodist ATLANTA - Mildred Kay Jack- July 27, in Peachtree Presbyterian Dana Eugenia Williams and Rev. William Daniels. Dyke of BecsJey and John David Temple in Becktey. son and Mark Alan Sollie, both of Church in Atlanta. Dr. Randon Jack- Frank Manker were married Aug. 31 The bride is the daughter of Ms Jam*? n of Charleston were mar- The bride's parents are Mr. and Augusta, were married at 2:30 p.m., son, brother of the bride, and the at Central Baptist Church by the Hossie Mae Grant and Neal Wil- Mrs. Edgar Taylor Dyke of Beckley Rev. Charles Mann officiated. liams, both of Savannah. The groom and the late Sandra Lee Shahan The bride is the daughter of Mr. is the son of Hazel and Josie Mae Dyke. Her grandparents are Elisha and Mrs. Melvin Jackson of Atlanta. Manker of Savannah. T. Dyke of New TazewelJ, Tenn., and The groom's parents are Dr. and Junior bride was Chinikqua Scott. the late Delia Dyke and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sollie of Starkville, Maid of honor was Jernica Carter. Mrs. Carl B. Shahan of Spencer. Miss. Matron of honor was Stephanie Sil- The groom's parents are Dr. and The groom's father was the best ver. Bridesmaids were Victoria Mrs. John D. Janney of Oak Hill. His man. Ushers were Raymond Sollie Dunham, Alissa Johnson and Nikol grandparents are Mrs. Qsborne C. Jr., Carl Hill, Matthew Sollie, Jim- Davis. Junior bridesmaid was Janney of Oak Hill and the late Mr. my Jackson, Stevie Jackson, Daniel Shekeyer Williams. Janney and the late Mr. and Mrs. Dust, Keith Baird am) David Griffin. Best man was Kevin West. Albert H. Baggs. Deborah Dukes was the maid of Groomsmen were Lawrence Manker The groom's father was best honor. Bridesmaids were Cathy Sr, Tracy Scott, Terrence Dunham, man. Jackson, Betsy Jackson, Donna Sam Young and Jamar Davis, all of Attendants included Kimberly Sollie Hill, Emily Sollie and Susan Savannah. Junior groom was Joseph Kay-Ann Dyke, Karen Leslie Jan- Sherrill. Manker. ney, Victoria Lynn Dyke, Erika Re- The bride was given in marriage Flower girls were Feonta nee Williams, Jacqueline Ann by her father. George, Ashley Grant and Sierra Vargo, Chelsea Nicole Vargo, Timo- A reception was held in the Dunham. Ringbearer was Corinthi- thy Jessie, Keith McMiilion, Edward church fellowship hall and was fol- an O'Neal Williams Jr. Miller, Luther Toney, Michael lowed by a buffet supper at the home The reception was held at Gadsen Rhodes, Chad Justice and Bruce of the bride's parents. Elementary School on May Street. Mrs. J.D. Janney II Williams. Mr., Mrs. M.A. Sollie The couple will live in Augusta. Mrs. F. Manker The couple will live in Savannah. Pama-Jodis Patrick-Nutting Scott-Narigna Maria Lourdes Pama and Ste- MAUMEE, Ohio - Miss Nancy married Aug. 24 to Sidney Thomas HARDEEVILLE, S.C. - Miss phen Matthew JodiS were married Morton Patrick of Maumee was Nutting III in St. Paul's Episcopal Jacqueline Scott and Robert C. July 6 at Our Lady of Fatima Catho- Church in Maumee. Narigna were united in marriage lic Church in Jackson, Mich. Father The bride is the daughter of Dr. Sept. 14 at 1 p.m. at the Macedonnia Andrew Dunne officiated. and Mrs. James Richard Patrick. Baptist Church in Hardeeville. The The bride was given in marriage Mr. Nutting is the son of Mr. and Rev. Hubert F. Shephard and the by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vicen- Mrs. Sidney Thomas Nutting Jr. of Rev. James Jenkins officiated. te Pama of Iloilo City, Philippines. Savannah, Ga. Given in marriage by her par- The groom is the son of Mr. and Miss Susanna Patrick of Easton, ents, Johnny and Teresa Scott, the Mrs. David Jodis of Jackson. Md., sister of the bride, and Mrs. bride had Ms Vera Heyward and The bride received a master's de- Eric Noll of Chicago were the Miss Vivian Scott as her maid and gree in management information bride's attendants. honorary maid of honor, respective- system in 1990 from Auburn Univer- Mr. Nutting's father and brother, ly. sity. She worked as a computing ap- William Nutting of Montgomery, at- The groom's best men were John- plications specialist at the Alabama tended tfie groom. ny Scott Jr. and Larry Scott. Cooperative Extension Service prior Mrs. Nutting is a graduate of The flower girls were Shaleea to the wedding. Maumee Valley Country Day School, Heyward and Ashley Scott. The groom received a master of V Ohio University and the University The ringbearer was Jerrod Park- science degree in computer engi- of Toledo College of Law. er. Ushers were Elijah and Herman Mrs. R.C. Narigna neering in 1987 from Auburn Univer- Mr. Nutting is a graduate of Sa- Parker and Primus Glover. sity. He is working toward a doctor- vannah Country Day School and Au- A reception was held in the The couple honeymooned on Hil- al degree in computer engineering burn University. He is employed by church annex. ton Head Island. at Auburn and is now a professor at partment of mathematics and corn- the Union Camp Corp. Armstrong State College in the de- outer science They are living in Spartanburg, Mrs. S.T. Nutting III S.C. Blake-Stressenger . Mr. and Mrs. C. Duncan Blake lyn Sahs of San Antonio, Texas, and Osborne-Blake Culpepper-Allen are pleased to announce the mar- ihe late Stephen Stressenger of MACON - Channon Ann Culpep- riage of their daughter, Mary Sharon, Mass, per and Anthony Blaine Allen were Vaughn Blake of Easthampton, Mary Vaughn, who will keep her The marriage of Miss La Tonya Mass., and Richard Flaws Osborne of Savannah, daughter of married July 20 at Tattnall Square Stressenger of Northampton, Mass., name, has a bachelor of fine arts Ms. Richardean Osborne of Savan- Baptist Church in Macon. The Rev, on Sept 18. from the University of Georgia and nah, ami William Osborne of Michi- Key Chambers and the Rev. James a master of fine arts from the Uni- Waters officiated. The wedding and reception took versity of Massachusetts. She is a gan, to George Stanley Blake, son of place at the home of Professor and Mrs. Dorothy Boges of Miami, Fla., The bride is the daughter of Mr. Mrs: Leonard DeLonga in South self-employed potter, clay jeweler, took place Sept. 21 in St. Benedict and Mrs. Henry W. Arlington II, and and artist. Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Culpepper. Hadley, Mass. Mary Vaughn and the Moor Catholic Church in Savan- Richard will be at home after Oct. 1 Richard has a bachelor of arts nah. The groom's parents are Mr. and at Two Magnolia Ave., Holyoke, MA degree from Boston University. He The Rev. Jim Mayo of Savannah Mrs. Blaine B. Allen. 01040. is employed by the National Felt Co. officiated. Rana Ballard was maid of honor. Richard's parents are Mrs. Caro- of Easthampton. Mrs Yvette Echols of Atlanta Bridesmaids were Amber Allen, Su- was the matron of honor. sannah Allen, Jenna Griffin, Shelly Robert Magnan of St. Peters- Hollifield, Suzanne Johnston, burg, Fla., was the best man. LeighAnn Lee, Le Stefano and Jen- McAfee-Miller ITie couple will live in St. Peters- nifer Thigpin. Junior bridesmaid burg. was Cindy Arringtdn and Carrie Cul- MACON - Mr. and Mrs. Edwin by the Chatham County Board of Mrs. G.S. Blake Dargan McAfee announce the Education. pepper was flower girl. engagement of their daughter, Mar- Blaine Allen was his son's best The groom-elect is the grandson t garet Jeanne, to James Gilchrist of the late Mrs. Catherine Tew Mill- Goff-Wade man. Groomsmen were Steve As- bell, Paul Brown, Dan Ellis, Scott Mrs. A.B. Allen Miller, son of Mrs. Robert Bailey er and the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert BUCKHEAD - Lynn Ciucevich and Mrs. Edward G. Ciucevich of Mikell, David Moss, Michael Newton A reception followed in the Miller Jr. and the late Mr. Miller of John Gilchrist, all of Savannah. Goff and Hugh Ernest Wade Jr. Savannah. The bridegroom is the and John Thigpen. Junior grooms- church social hall. After a honey- Savannah. Mr. Miller, a Savannah Country were united in marriage at noon on son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Caden- man was Hank Arrington and Brent moon in the Bahamas, they will live The bride-elect's grandparents Day School graduate, attended Roa- Sept. 21 at the Cathedral of Christ head of Tucker and Mr. and Mrs. Culpepper was ringbearer. in Savannah. are the late Dr. and Mrs. John Col- noke College and Armstrong State the King. The Rev. Joseph Gerard Hugh E. Wade of Stockbridge. bert McAfee and the late Mr. and College. He served in the U.S. Air Schreck officiated. Following a reception, the couple Mrs. Albert Edward Sheridan, all of Force and is assistant director of Macon. branch sales for Great Dane Trail- The bride is the daughter of Mr. left for a wedding trip to California. Duckworth, 50th Miss McAfee has a master's de- ers Inc. gree in sports sciences from the Uni- A 3 p.m. wedding is planned for Nonnenberg-Taylor Master Sgt. and Mrs. James F. Duckworth celebrated their 50th versity of Denver. She is employed Oct. 19. Gretchen Ruth Nonnenberg and was Ronni Nonnenberg, both sisters wedding anniversary Sept. 21 with a Mark James Taylor were married Sept. 21 at the Lutheran Church of of the bride. Bridesmaids were Lisa Grooms, Sherri Hunter, Paula Fin- dinner at the Pirate's House. The dinner was given by their Rogers-Connell the Ascension. The Rev. Robert E. ley, Kim Gregg and Sara Dunphy. children: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond SWAINSBORO - Mr. and Mrs. at Savannah Eye Association. Allen officiated. The groom's father was best Tarpley of Savannah and Mr. and Dan Blizzard announce the engage- A graduate of The Citadel, Mr. The bride is the daughter of Mr. man. Groomsmen were Chas Mrs. Steve Fowler of Newton, Ala. ment of their daughter, Angie Rog- Connell is currently working for and Mrs. Ronald Gene Nonnenberg Ferrelle, Robert Harris, Bill Griffin, Master Sgt. and Mrs. Duckworth ers, to Doug Connell, son of Mr. and Procter and Gamble. of Anderson, S.C. The groom is the Kenneth Bevill, Richard Mock and were married in Allendale, S.C., on Mrs. Eugene D. Connell of Clover, son of E. Marvin Taylor of Savannah Pat Dunphy. Sept. 20,1941. S.C, The wedding is planned for Nov. 2 and Judge and Mrs. Thomas Horns- Master Sgt. Duckworth retired Ms. Rogers attended East Geor- at 3 p.m. at St. Andrew's Indepen- byofDixon.Ill. After a reception at Savannah from the Marine Corps in May, 1959. gia College and is currently working dent Episcopal Church in Savannah. The bride was given in marriage Golf Club, the couple left for a hon- After retiring, he worked 11 years by her father. Matron of honor was eymoon in the Caribbean. for the Savannah Morning News. Celeste Koncul and maid of honor They will live in Savannah. Mrs. Duckworth is the former Ruth Ann Lane. Strickland, 50th They have four grandchildren Family Master Sgt, Mrs. J.F. Duckworth and three great-grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. T.C. Strickland Sr. Lo Cos I Pharmacy Prescription Center of Pooler will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Sept. 28. Thymic Super Mrs. Strickland is the former Birdie L. Heidt of Marlow. Mr. Fractions Multiple 50 Strickland retired in 1983 after 41 *9.99 50 Tablet*$8.99 years of service with CSX Railroad. Mr. and Mrs. Strickland also 10415 Abercorn St Paulsen at 69th were the founders of Strickland Oil 927-1766 352-0373 Co. in Pooler. They have three children: Mrs. Frances S. Bryan and Marvin J. Strickland, both of Pooler, and Thomas C. Strickland Jr. of Spring- Shed those pounds and keep them off permanently with field, and eight grandchildren. Mr., Mrs. T.C. 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