Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on May 30, 1976 · Page 44
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 44

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, May 30, 1976
Page 44
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-May 30, 1976 Brenda Bowyer Is Bride Of Jeffrey Hughes Friday Miss Brenda Bowyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip C. Bowyer of St. Albans, became the bride of Jeffrey Hughes, son of John Hughes of St. Albans and Mrs. Jean Hughes of Charleston, Friday in the Hignlawn Baptist Church. The Rev. LeRoy Keeney officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Alice Martin, Miss Ginger Farmer, Matt Gillian and Linda Stanley. Given in marriage by her father the bride wore a dress designed by her mother. Vicky Mitchell was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Cindy Carney, cousin of the bride, Jana Davis, Frances Femia and Joyce Hughes, sister of the bridegroom. Martha Bowyer, sister of the bride was flowergirl and James Elswick was ringbearer. JOHN FORD was best man. Ushers were Paul Bowyer, brother of the bride, Monty Fisher. Jim Hughes, brother of tbe bridegroom, and David Young. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Babcock State Park. They will live at 507 Kanawha Ave., Nitro. ' Mrs. Hughes graduated from St. Albans High School and has completed laboratory technician training at CAMC. She is a certified laboratory technician at CAMC, Memorial Division. Her husband graduated from St. Albans High School and attended West Virginia Institute of Technology and West Virginia State College. He is employed by Union Carbide Corp. Margaret Walter Bride of John Yaliante MRS. JEFFREY HUGHES . . . former Brrnda Botryer Miss Tina Audia Marries Robert Gregory Hughart Married Saturday afternoon at the First Presbyterian Church were Miss Margaret Walter, davfhter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Tainter Walter of Morninpide Drive, and Join Valiante of Alexandria, Va., son of Mrs. L F. Valiaote and the late Col. Leo Francis Valiante. The Rev. William A. BenfieM Jr. officiated, assisted by William Russell Walter, brother of the bride. Tim Collier, classical guitarist, and Mrs. Donald Furry, organist, furnished the nuptial musk and the bride was given in marriage by her father. ANN CONRAD of Columbia. S.C.. was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Jenice Hamerick of Rutherfordlon, N.C., Mrs. Brian K. Thomiley of Charleston, Mrs. Henry Lawrence Ravene of Charleston, S. C., and Mrs. John Peyre Scurry of Columbia, S. C. James D. Edwards of Potomac, Md., was best man and ushers were E. Richard Jones of San Mateo, Calif., James Jones of Raleigh, N. C., Dr. Howard A. Cohen of Baltimore, Md., Leo Valiante Jr., brother of the bridegroom, Andrew Tainter Walter Cowtry Chb followed tbe service, after which the couple left for a v«ddug trip to the Bahamas. They will reade at 441! Reservoir Rd, WasBtagtoa. D. C. She is a graduate of tke University of South Carolina and hat a roaster's degree from the University of Virginia. Her hw- band graduated from Yale University and the Stanford University Business School. He is employed with 1CF Consulting Firm in Washington. MRS. R.G. HUGHART . . . former Tina Audio Miss Tina Audia, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Audia of Marianna Street and Ernest Audia of Pompano Beach, Fla., and Robert Gregory Hughart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hughart of Marianna Street were wed Saturday in St. John's Greek Orthodox Church. Father Terry Unos officiated and Bill Zikkos was chantor. Music was by Frankie DeTora.Combo and Paul Pappas. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Attending the bride were her sister-in- law, Jeanne Audia, Carolyn Smith, Vickie Venitsanos, Zoe Stanley and Janet Rader. Kelly Booth was flower girl for her aunt. John Martin, uncle of the bride, was Combida and Rusty Humphreys was best man. Ushers were Jame Audia, brother of the bride, C. E. Duff, Redgie Adkins and Steve Hughart, brother of the bridegroom. Ringbearer was Paul Khoury. A reception followed in the church hall. After a wedding trip to Cincinnati the couple will reside .at 1316K-A West Virginia Ave., Dunbar. Mrs. Hughart is a graduate of Stonewall Jackson High School and Morris Harvey College. She has been employed for two years by the Kanawha County Board of Education. Her husband, a graduate of Stonewall Jackson High School, is employed by the Charleston Fire Department. Marsha Fisher Bride of Craig Smitley MRS. C.A. SMITLEY . .'.former Martha Fither Married Friday at the Elk River Church of the Nazarene were Miss Marsha A. Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd L. Fisher Sr. of Rt. 1, and Craig A.Smitley, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Melvin L. Smitley of Rising Sun, Ohio. The father of the bridegroom and the Rev. Samuel R. Brown officiated; Ruth Ann Perry, organist, accompanied the soloist, Rodney Gillman of Bellfontaine, Ohio, and a reception was held in the church fellowship hall. . · · * SUSAN W1LLEY was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Kelli Melton, Mrs. Vicki Hicks, Mrs. Sandra Walker and Beth Kight, all of Charleston, and Donna Sutherland of Richmond, Ind. Lesli Kuhl, niece of the bride, and April Smitley of St. Louis, Mo., niece of the bridegroom, were the flowergirls. Zane Smitley was best man and ushers were Mike O'Hara of Mount Vernon, Ohio, Brian Hamilton of Cincinnati, Ohio, the Rev. Stephen Smitley of St. Louis, Mo., Tim Thirion of Ashland, Ky., Chuck Stanley of West Laffette, Ohio, Lloyd Fisher Jr. of Charleston, Rodney Gillman of Bellefontaine, Ohio, and Jeff Walters of Dayton, Ohio. · · * THE COUPLE will be in Charleston for the summer then will move to Mount Vernon, Ohio. She attends Garnet Adult Education Center where she is taking operating room technicians training. She will graduate in September Her husband will return to Mount Vernon Nazarene College in September where he is studying to become a research scientist in Marine biology. MRS. JOHN VALIANTE . . . formrr Mvftrtt TWttr Jr of Munster, Ind., and James Smiley Walter of Chicago, 111., brothers of the bride. · · · A RECEPTION and dance at Edf ewood Correction Omitted from the account of the wedding of Alice Elenore Wyatt and Robert Calvin Redden was the name of his (rand- mother, Mrs. R. L. Smith of Blfley Aven- ACAKIf tfKAUTY CULTIME 711ft Fife Street 346-9603 c*.lMh tatai Get fO'jr N»« Spring pcrmanenli, tinli. blrocKn. and IwntjWi Ut« ol btiJj* pnwi All lyp« hoirom Iw male and ItmoW. MB MB WMi M KM , $ 1* STTUK HIM Will MT Wi horc the New UiMBerm pennaMmY Placenta Pttn permonenit ol Wii man |l regular price. Prettm Penetration at S regular price. Speaker Miss Monica Marie McCoy Wed To David E. Morton on Saturday HURRICANE - Miss Monica Marie McCoy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. March H. McCoy, became the bride of David Eugene Morton, son of Mr.and Mrs.Norvil E.- Mrton, all of Hurricane, at 8 p.m. Saturday in St. Paul's United Methodist Church at Nitro: The Rev. James B. Arbogast officiated and music was provided by Jack W. Pierce:Jr. and.Barbara Spitzer. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Gretta Lea Burdette was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Suzanne Wolford, Miss Cheryl Randolph and Miss Marcia McCoy. · « · HERSHEL FACEMYRE served as best man. Ushers were Mark Randolph, Mark Bates and Craig Morton. Following a reception at the church/the couple left for a wedding trip to Kentucky. They will live at 2626 Henderson Ave., Hurricane. Mr. and Mrs. Morton are graduates of Hurricane High School. She is a member of the Putnam County Parks and Recreation Committee and the International Thespian Society and is employed by MW. Distributors. - He also is a member of the Putnam Spring (Vrcmonuil Planned for Friday El Shiraz Santha No. 107 of the Nomads of Avrudaka will hold a spring ceremonial Friday at Castle Hall, 211 Tennessee Ave. A covered dish dinner will be held at 6 p.m. A class of Tyrettes will be initiated into the order and a business meeting will follow the dinner. f | SHOES | john lee mmm Dr. Gertrude L. Ridgel, head of the biology department of Kentucky State University, will be the speaker at the annual mothers luncheon of the Charleston Branch of the National Association of University Women in the Mattie V. Lee Home at 1 p.m. Saturday. Dr. Ridgel is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Aubrey Cain of Charleston. Banquet chairmen are Mrs. Mary S. Lewis and Mrs. Doris Payne. Miss Elsie Mae Davis is club president. PRESERVE YOUR WEDD/NG GOWN WN THROUGH THE AGES WITH "Keepsake Bo: 1 Our Specialised Cleansing Packaging S«fvict I* Mnkt ittft I|M il ita run h MM. Ask About This SUPERIOR SERVICE NOW y fetter For Over 70 Years AMYCUANh W4 RAHAWIAIOVUVAM, bit PHONI342-6113 MRS. D.E. MORTON . . .former Monica McCoy County Parks and Recreation Committee and is employed as a carpenter for the state. He will enter West Virginia State College in June. Evelyn Marie Turley Bride Of Stephen Dennis Cassell Married Friday at the Dunbar Church of the Nazarene were Miss Evelyn Marie Turley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Denver Turley of Dunbar, and Stephen Dennis Cassell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cassell of Elkview. The Rev. James Mathews officiated and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith furnished the nuptial music. The bride was given in marriage by her father and a reception followed in the church fellowship hall. · · · BRIDESMAIDS WERE Bonnie Bucy and Donna Brown, sisters of the bride, and Sandy Jo Edens. Alison Jones, niece of the bridegroom, was junior bridesmaid and Stephenie Shank was the flowergirl. The bridegroom had his father as best Hints for Food CtmckyDtp Stir enough heavy cream to thin 2 cups creamed cottage cheese slightly. Add a variety of finely chopped or grated fresh vegetables of your choice. Radishes, cucumbers, carrots, green peppers and green onions are good. Stir in chopped toasted California walnuts. Season with freshly ground black pepper and a dash of dill weed, salting to taste as needed. Just the tilling with fresh pgetable relishes or fcbJps. JJ STARTS TUESDAY JUNE 1st ENTIRE STOCK OF LADIES'BONE AND WHITE DRESS SHOES REDUCED CANVAS SANDALS SPECIAL $097 Invites you To St. Albans newest and mast exciting Women's Specialty Shop Junior and Missy Fashions in the Mall REG. $13 CUSHIONED COMFORT MRS. S. D. CASSELL ... formtr Enhn Turley man. Ushers were Paul Harper. Rei Crites and Scot Haynes. brother-in-law of the bride. Jeff Turley was the ringbearer. The couple will reside in Dunbar following a wedding trip on the Greenbrier Riv- She graduated from Dunbar High School and her husband is a graduate of Herbert Hoover High School. Both are employed by Motmkin Corp. SPECIAL GROUP OF SANDALS PRICED SHOES 217 Capitol St., ClMrfejton at St. Albans 1443HacCirkleAve.(lt60) 722-2331 OftNMCMOftlALDAY

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