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Miss Lydia Rearden Rearden Phelps Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rearden of Route 2, Hart- ford announce the engagement and ap- proaching marriage of their daughter, Lydia, to William Chester Phelps, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Phelps of =r Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Broyles, of Hartford, wish to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Debra Suzzanne, to Michael J. Erwin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morgantown. Lydia is a 1969 graduate of Ohio County High School and is employed by Thomas Industries. Chester is a 1967 graduate of Butler County High School and is also an employee of Thomas In- dustries. There ceremony will take place August 11, at 5 p.m. at the First Baptist Church in Hartford. No formal in- vitations will be sent. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. Ranney-- Hunter Vows Exchanged Miss Carla Jean Ranney and Mr. Lawrence Crit- tenden Hunter II were united in marriage July 14 at 7 p.m. at the Hartford United Methodist Church. Leigh Hargrave of the Hartford Christain Church presided at the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Ranney, 223 West Union, Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Hunter, Mc Creary Court, Hartford, are the groom&apos;s parents. Altar decorations con- sisted of one arch can- delabra and six 7-branch candelabra in- terspersed with greenery. Greens and multicolored daisies banked the altar. Two large bouquets of Fuji mums, peach daisies, green pompoms and white glads stood on either side of the archway of greenery before which the minister stood. A Christogram representing the Greek letters XP for "Christ" and intertwined wedding bells signifying marriage was painted by the groom, framed and hung on the wall behind the altar for theceremony. The same emblem was used on the napkins at the reception. The three candle ceremony was used after repeating the wedding vows. As the bride and groom turned to leave the altar, the bride presented a talisman rose from her cascade to her mother. Preceding the ceremony Dr. Charles Mead of St. Louis, Missouri presented several contemporary musical selections. Mrs. John Coppage, organist, played the processional and recessional. The mothers of the couple were escorted to their places as "The Holy City" was played. Other musical selections included "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" sung by Beverly Johnson, "Jean, Jean" by Dean Gray, and "The Twelfth of Never" sung by Miss Johnson and Mr. Gray as the couple stood before the minister. Ac- companiest wasMrs. R. C. Johnson. The bride chose for her wedding a floor length gown of sheer white polyester with pastel floral nosegays over plain white polyester, fashioned with long sheer sleeves. Whitelacetrimmed the wide cuffs and large Peter Pan collar. The skirt was styled with large in- verted pleats in front and slightly flared panels in back. The waist was bound by a long sash tied in a bow in the back. Her hair was adorned with a large open white silk rose. Her bouquet was a long cascade of ivy; talisman roses, white roses, baby's breath and a detachable corsage of phalaenophsis orchids, which she wore on her wrist as the couple departed on their wedding trip. Leigh Anne Hagerman, the bride's honor attendant, wore a gown of mint green polyester dotted swiss over plain green. It was styled similar to that of the bride with the exception of short sleeves. She carried a cascade of talisman J roses, assorted garden flowers, baby's breath and ivy. Bridesmaids were Julia and Joyce Ranney, sisters of the bride, and Sheila Haven. They wore peach colored gowns similar to that of the honor attendant. and carried white baskets filled with assorted garden flowers, baby's breath and ivy. The flower girl, Sara Vance of South Carolina, a cousin of the groom, wore a mint green floor length gown with an organdy pinafore. She carried a miniature basket of flowers. The groom's attendants were Larry Bryant of La Grange, best man; and groomsmen, Jerry Duncan of Hartford, Eldred Black and Roy Sheffield of Beaver Dam. Matthew Ganote, the groom's nephew from East Brunswick, New Jersey, was the ring bearer. Serving as ushers were Fred Barnard of Beaver Dam, Horace Harrod of LaGrange, and Douglas Ganote, brother-in-law of the groom, from East Brunswick, New Jersey. The bride's mother chose a simple street length dress of, angel skin in a bright floral design on a dark background. Her ac- cessories were black and she wore a corsage of phalaenophsis orchids. The groom's mother wore a dress and coat ensemble of blue silk shantung trimmed with sequins around the standup collar with mat- ching accessories. Her corsage was also of phalaenophsis orchids. A reception was held at the Hartford Christian Church fellowship hall. The bride's table was covered with a white satin tablecloth overlayed and draped with Hunt Reunion To Be August 12 Miss Debra Suzzanne Broyles The 17th annual Hunt family reunion will be held Sunday, August 12 at Old Hebron Church near Huntsville, Kentucky. The morning service will begin at 11 a.m. with call to colors by the president, Charles Hunt, and son David of Boonville, Indiana, and the vice president, Alex Hunt. of Lewisburg. Special music will be presented by the Utah Chapter.Devotions will be given by Rex'. Daniel Hunt of Indianapolis and Herbert Harper of Boon- ville The annual message will be given by the National president of the Hunt Family Foundation. Alma Truman of St. George. Utah. Around noon "The Parting of the Veil" will feature a memorial service for Col. Edward M. Manley, co- meeting by Amalee Strupp of Mt. Vernon, Indiana, second vice president of the Kentucky Chapter : A presentation o f t h e Hunt Foundation goals and principles by A. E. Hunt of Salt Lake City ; bi- centennial celebrations by western Kentucky's director, Mrs. Mary Nell Smith of Bowling Green. A report on the Hunt family Museum Fund will be given by Edith Bennett of Livermore. A memorial service for Jefferson Hunt will be the concluding portion of the day's ac- tivities. Everyone is invited to attend. i founder of the Kentucky Chapter. and the unveiling 0 A'CA 'ctor ! Broyles -- Erwin of a memorial marker for ISAL00IC00 -_ him. Bert Hunt, Jerry Baugh, Esther Barr, Edith Bennett and Charles Hunt  BILL IflMES ! will be in charge of this [ APPLIANCE | D. J. Erwin, of Beaver Dam. following the ceremony in service. A basket lunch will |  the church fellowship hall. be served on the grounds at The wedding will take noon. i We Service Our Own i place September 22, 6:00 No formal invitations will be The afternoon meeting, p.m. at the nartfordChris- sent. All friends and scheduled for 1:30, will $ H[CHWAY 231 ! tian Church. A reception relatives are invited to feature special singing, a  e.ss-rofo 0 will be held immediately attend, report from the national -p,D,,gD,4m, O i:iiiiii!ii!ii!iiii!ili:!il H  #i : : # >< i!i)ii!i iii:!  ....... >ii:i:i!!ili!.i!i!ii!!i!!iiiii!i ii! Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Crittenden Hunter II pale green net and bows. A three branch candelabra of brass held the bride's cascade and two of the bridesmaids' baskets to form a centerpiece. The four-tiered wedding cake was topped by an arrangement of silk talisman roses, dainty white flowers and German statice. Serving a: the reception were Mrs. Douglas Ganote, Mrs. Thomas Kirk, Mrs. Andrew Funk and Mrs. Loretta Bennett. The bride's grandmother, Mrs. L. O. Carnegie of Loudonville, Ohio, was in charge of the reception. Guests were registered by Mrs. Jerry Likens. As this was the date of Mr. Ranney's birthday, everyone joined in singing "Happy Birthday" to him. Following a trip to Ken- tucky Dam Village, the couple are residing at 273 Maxwell Street, Apartment 7, Lexington, Kentucky. As soon as college begins for the fall term, they will be moving to Cooperstown, UK campus. Mrs. Hunter is a graduate of Fugazzi Business College, Lexington and is presently employed as a secretary in the Department of Psychiatry, UK Medical Center. Mr. Hunter will be in in his third year of college at the University of Ken- tucky where he is an art major. He is employed for the summer by the Department of Public In- formation, State of Ken- tucky, Frankfort. A personal shower was given by Leigh Anne Hagerman at her home in Hartford on Saturday, June 23. Co-hostess was Beverly Johnson. Refreshments of punch, cookies, nuts and mints were served. A shower was given June 30 at the Hartford Christian Church by Mesdames Carl Goins, Hilary Hurst, John Tichenor, Kenneth Harrison and Andrew Funk. A peach and mint green color scheme was carried out in a lace tablecloth underlayed with mint green, and a floral arrangement centered between silver candelabra. Refreshments of lime punch, cake, mints and nuts were served. The bridesmaids' lun- cheon was hosted by the .groom's sister, Mrs. Douglas Ganote, at Shef- field's Restaurant on July 13. Attending were the bridesmaids, the bride's mother, t] mother, the mother, Mrs. negie of and the presented her attendants grandmother charge of the The held at the Country Club attendants, the couple, Dauphin Hun and Mr. and Carnegie of Ohio; Mr. Ganote of New Jersey; Mike mingham, Hunter Texas Mr. Vance and John Tichenor uncles of .the the buffet and gro( personal A wedding given by MrS and home in on July 14 fi of the traditional fast of ham, biscuits was .,-- is f When someone you love awa00 reach out and touch theO with your voice. nyot00d$, dial ala Dial them long distance. And when aper way to : economy call the One Plus way. 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