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    Thursday, June 18, 1992-THE KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Page-3B
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MRS. JOHN MONROE WILLIS
Tesseneer-Willis
Bethany Baptist Church of Grover was setting for the Saturday wed-
ding uniting Sandra Kay Tesseneer and John "Eric" Monroe Willis.
Rev. James Sanders, pastor of the church, was assisted by Rev.
Eugene Land, pastor of Second Baptist Church, in officiating the 4 p.m.
ceremony.
Mike Chambers and Julie Philips, soloists, and Evelyn Bridges, or-
ganist, presented the wedding music.
The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a formal
gown of white bridal satin accented with pearls and sequins. The bodice
featured a Sweetheart neckline and long, fitted sleeves. The skirt, of
triple tiers of lace, was enhanced by bows and encircled by Alencon
lace. She carried a bouquet of mauve and white silk roses highlighted
with pearls and mauve and white satin streamers.
Patti Nix of Gastonia was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Lisa
Larsen of Earl, Rhonda Willis and Crystal Logan, both of Grover, and
Lori Hall and Tracie Lewis, both of Kings Mountain.
ranged with and mauve and white ribbons.
Tiffany Logan and Brittany Willis, flower girls, wore white dresses
accented with mauve ribbon.
Mark Nix carried the rings.
The bridegroom's father was best man.
Ushers were Danny Rector of Georgia, Jason Little of Grover, and
Donnie Conner, Johnny Conner, and Chris Ledbetter, all of Kings
Mountain. :
The bride's parents hosted the reception in the church fellowship hall.
After a wedding trip to The Bahamas, the newlyweds will live in
Kentucky.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tesseneer of Kings Mountain are parents of the
bride, who is a 1990 graduate of Kings Mountain Senior High School
and a 1992 graduate of Gaston College. She is employed as a medical
assistant at Southern Orthopaedics of Gastonia. She is the granddaughter
of Joe and Geraldine Tesseneer of Kings Mountain and Thelma Marr of
All the attendants wore tea-length mauve dresses enhanced with bows
at the back waistline and on the sleeves! They carried mauve candles ar-
MRS. GREGORY JAMES McGINNIS
Morris-McGinnis
Bethlehem Baptist Church was the setting May 23 for the wedding of
Amy Frances Morris and Gregory James McGinnis.
Rev. Norman Brown of Greenville, SC, grandfather of the bride, and
Rev. Harold Beam, pastor of the church, officiated the 2 p.m. ceremony.
Frances Lail was organist, Lynn Echols was pianist, and Amy Ross
was vocalist for the program of nuptial music.
The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a Jessica
McClintock formal wedding gown of white batiste accented with lace
appliques. Rows of lace and satin ribbon detailed the formal-length skirt,
which extended into a Chapel-length train. She carried a white spring
bouquet of roses, daisies, tulips, baby's breath, ivy, and fern.
Nicole Morris, sister-in-law of the bride, was matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Mary Bridges, Kamie Champion, and Buffy Murphey,
all of Kings Mountain.
All the attendants wore Laura Ashley designs of polished cotton floral
print on hunter green background and featuring tea length skirts. They
wore matching picture hats and carried long-stemmed arm bouquets of
white daisies and tulips.
Valerie Baker of Tampa, Florida, college roommate of the bride,
Sharon Cash of Bessemer City, and Brandi McDaniel of Kings
Mountain, cousin of the bride, were honorary bridesmaids.
Brent Herndon of Kings Mountain was best man.
Ushers were Neil Morris and Chris Morris, brothers of the bride, and
Michael Homesley, all of Kings Mountain.
The bride's parents hosted the wedding reception in the church fellow- :
ship hall. Mr. and Mrs. Bill McDaniel, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Huskey, and
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Terres assisted in entertaining.
The bridegroom's mother hosted the rehearsal dinner at Satterfield
Restaurant May 22.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Jerry Morris of Kings Mountain are parents of
the bride who is the granddaughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Norman Brown
of Greenville, SC and the late Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morris of Kings
Mountain. A 1987 graduate of Kings Mountain Senior High School, she
MRS. THOMAS ALLEN FERMENT
Wilson-Ferment
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Allen Ferment, who were wed Saturday, are on
a wedding trip to Maui, Hawaii and afterwards will be at home in
Charlotte. 2
Kelli Dawn Wilson became Fermerit's bride in a ceremony in Mallard
Creek Presbyterian Church of Charlotte at which Rev. Owen Carriker
officiated.
Chris Boyles was organist and Su Howard was vocalist for the pro-
gram of nuptial music.
The bride wore a formal gown of Candlelight raw silk designed along
princess lines and enhanced by sequins and a Chapel-length train. She
carried a bouquet of cream and dusty rose wedding roses and spring
flowers.
Stephanie Gold of Chickamauga, GA, niece of the bride, was maid of
honor. Bridesmaids were Stacie Levi, Debby Gunnell, and Linda
Blanchard, all of Charlotte. Flower girl was Amber Gold of Gastonia,
great-niece of the bride.
All the attendants wore tea-length dresses of dusty rose taffeta and
carried bouquets of spring flowers.
The bridegroom's father was best man.
Ushers were Ron Ferment of Baden, PA, Jeff Landrum and Rich
Gold, both of Gastonia, and Bill Frank and Bob Holdcroft, both of
Pittsburgh, PA.
Vivien Cissell of Chickamauga, GA, kept the guest register.
The bride and bridegroom received guests at a reception after the cer
emony at Oehler's Bar-bque Inc., Charlotte.
The rehearsal dinner was held Friday night at Spaghetti Warehouse in
Charlotte.
Mrs. Ferment is the daughter of Nancy J. Wilson of Kings Mountain
and the late George W. Wilson. She is a graduate of Kings Mountain
High School and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte with
bachelor and master's degrees and was a member of Alpha Delia Pi
Sorority. She is a special education teacher with York County No. 3
School System.
The bridegroom is the son of Joseph and Guillemette Ferment of
received her B.S. degree in Nutrition from Western Carolina University
in 1991. She is employed by Gaston County Health Department.
The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Ester Williams Parrish of Kings
Mountain. A 1986 graduate of Kings Mountain Senior High School, he
is employed by Phillip Optical Media Corporatmon.
The newlywed have returned from a wedding trip to Ocean Isle and
are residng on Bethware Drive in Kings Mountain.
Baden, PA. He is a graduate of North Alleghany High School and
a Gastonia and the late Joe and Virginia Marr of Gastonia.
Slippery Rock University, Pennsylvania.
fl The bridegroom is the son of Dexter and Kathy Lovelace of Grover
and grandson of Pauline Lovelace, Lelia Caveny, and Eva Mae
Lovelace, all of Grover, and Mr. and Mrs. Laban Earney of Gastonia. He
is a 1990 graduate of Kings Mountain Senior HIgh School and is a
Specialist in the United States Army serving as a crew member on the
MIAI tanks in Kentucky. He served 5 1/2 months duty in the Desert
Storm/Desert Shield Conflict.
Warlick-Kasdorf exchange vows
The new Mrs. Kasdorf is the
daughter of Mrs. Plato James
Heavner of Kings Mountain and
the late Mr. Heavner.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mrs. Clyde Pegram of Lake Gaston
and the late E. E. Kasdorf of
McLean, VA.
After a wedding trip to Hilton
Head Island, SC, the couple will
make their home in Cary, where
the bridegroom is a residential A “iy
Carolyn Heavner Warlick and
Cary Storm Kasdorf, both of Cary,
, were united in marriage Saturday
in a ceremony in First United
Methodist Church of Cary.
Rev. Doug Jessee officiated.
The bride was escorted by her
son, Charles Philip Warlick. Maid
of honor was the bride's daughter,
Lori Buff Warlick.
‘Jay Kim Kasdorf of Raleigh and
Lynn Lavers Kasdorf of Fairfax,
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ber of Kappa Delta Sorority. She was recognized as a Graduate Student
Teacher. She is employed by King Mountain District Schools.
The bridegroom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Polyette Baker of
' Kings Mountain and grandson of the late Dr. and Mrs. Luther Baker and
| the late Mr./and Mrs. Bryan Hord. He is 1980 graduate of Kings Mountain
Gok High School and a 1984 graduate of Lenoir Rhyne College at Hickory with
4 B.S. degree in Biology. He was graduated from the UNC School of
Dentistry at Chapel Hill in 1988. He is a member of Sigma Dental
Fraternity. Dr. Baker is associated with Baker Family Dental Practice in
Kings Mountain.
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