Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on May 19, 1974 · Page 55
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May 19, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 55

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-May 19,1974 Sunday Catette-Mait Charlejfon. West Virginia Mohn-Fink Bridal Saturday MRS. G. R. MOHN . former Rebecca Fink Miss Rebecca Jane Fink, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert William Fink of 890 Poplar R d . , became the b r i d e of Geoffrey Rowland Mohn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Mohn of Princeton, on Saturday irj St. Paul's Lutheran Church. The Rev. John W. Hendricks and the Rev. Jonathan Williams of Sacred Heart Catholic Church officiated and music was provided by Miss Ruth Snodgrass. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Beverly Fink-was maid of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Mary Mohn of Princeton, Robyn Humphreys of Parsippany, N. J., Sherry Blanton of Whitesville and Judy Taylor of Charleston. Gretchen and Michael Mohn, sister and b r o t h e r of the bridegroom, were flowergirl and ringbearer. MICHAEL GASERSICH of Princeton was best man. Ushers wer.e Mamoun AboulHosn of Princeton, Robert Acheson of Lima, Ohio, Thomas Spen* cer of Ballard and Sam Masri of Princeton. Following a reception at the *church, the couple left for a southern wedding trip. They will live in South Charleston. Mrs. Mohn graduated from S t o n e w a l l J a c k s o n High School and attended Virginia Interment College. She graduated with honors from Concord College, where she was a member of Alpha Beta Alpha library science honorary and Trade Ann Christian Bride In a ceremony performed Saturday afternoon at the F i r s t U n i t e d M e t h o d i s t Church of South Charleston, Miss Tracie Ann Christian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Clay Christian of South Charleston, became the bride of Stuart Tappan Rose, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Keith Rose of Greensboro, N. C., formerly of South Charleston, leston. ; i ; ;The Rev.;,John Geary officiated, flf. David Stern was the o|gahist| Mrs.nPaUijHickrnan and jJimfHa'ines-were soloists and ?'tiie?br'idfi .was given in , i marrikge.by ner. father.' · jDona Christian was her sis! terls maid of h o n o r and bridesmaids were Mrs. Dabney Jannet of Greensboro, sis^. ter of the bridegroom; Mrs. Karen Musgrave, Linda Burgan and Cathy Smalley. Whitney Brewer was the flower- girl. MAJ. ROBERT Williams of San Antonio Tex., was best man for his brother and ushers were Jim Haines, Gordon France, Randy Thompson and Scott Jones.: Chris Walker, cousin of the bride, was the ringbearer. Junior ushers were Clay Christian, brother of the bride, and John Rose of Greensboro,i.brother of the bridegroom. Brian Christian, brother of the bride, was acolyte. After a reception at the church, a buffet dinner was held at the home of the bride's parents for the family and out- of-town guests. The newlyweds will honeymoon in the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania and will reside in Blacksburg, Va. SHE GRADUATED from Morris Harvey College with an associate in arts in nursing degree and will be employed at the Montgomery County General Hospital in Blacksburg. 1 Her husband attends Virgin- da · Polytechnic Institute and State University where he is a junior physics major.' , j ' Th,e bride' is the g r a n d daughter of Mr.'and Mrs. fou- fie Thabet of South Charleston and the bridegroom's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Julius deGruyter oif Charleston. W,R. Laird IV'Weds Pensylvania Girl LANCASTER, Pa. - St. Thomas Episcopal Church here was the setting at 1:30 p.m. Saturday for the wedding of Miss Debra Ann Hankins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hankins" Jr. of Neffsville, and William Ramsey Laird IV, son of Mrs. William Ramsey Laird III of Fayetteville, W. V a . , and the late Mr. Laird. The Rev. Lawrence J. Seyler of New Hope and the Rev. Albert L. Clark official ed and J. Howard Hankins, brother of the bride, was crucifer. Music was provided by Greg Gray and Mrs. Deirdree Groenendaal. The bride was given in mar-" riage by her father. Miss Brook Hankins of Neffsville, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and Mrs. Carolyn Frymyer of Mount Joy was matron of honor. Mrs. Marcia Ward of Athens, W. Va., Mrs. Beth Harrell of Princeton, W. Va., and Miss Donna Patillo of Roanoke, Va., were bridesmaids, and Mary Frances and John William Carlton of Vern o n , N . Y . , c o u s i n s of the bride, were flowergirl and ringbearer. * * * BUREN E. RANICK of Fayetteville was best man. Ushers were Robert Abbot of Fayetteville, Frank \Vetzler of Bellefonte, Gary McCauley of Athens, W. Va., and Terry Clay of Charleston, W. Va. Following a reception at the Holiday Inn, the couple left for a wedding trip to the Bahamas. They will live at Kanawha Falls, W. Va. Mr. and M r s . L a i r d are graduates of Concord College MRS. W. R. LAIRD-IV . . . .former Debra Hankins in Athens, W. Va. She attended Manheim Township High School and he attended Fayetteville High School. Connie Protan Bride t Of Danny Cantley MRS. D. L. CANTLEY . . former Connie Protan SYLVESTER-In a candlelight ceremony performed Saturday at the Sylvester Methodist Churbh by the Rev. Jack W. Turner, Miss Connie Kay Protan became the bride of Danny Lee Cantley. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Protan of Sylvester and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Chalmer Cantley of Charleston. Eddie Stone and Mrs. Mary Kathrine Roy furnished the musical program and the bride was given in marriage by her father. * * * MRS. PHYLLIS Sweeney of Miss Walter Wed At Alumni Chapel EAST LANSING, Mich. The Alumni Memorial Chapel on the campus of Michigan State University here was the setting on Saturday for the w e d d i n g of Miss M a r t h a Louise Walter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. Walter of Red House, W. Va., and Thomas Alan Deline, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley J. Deline MRS. T. A. DELINE jl . . . former Marfyn Waller of Midland. The Rev. Wallace Robertson officiated. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her sister, Mrs. Mary Davis of Pot- teryille was matron of honor and Daniel Reppuhn of Durand, was best man. Ushers were Kendall Deford of Kankakee, 111., cousin of the bridegroom, and Daniel Bailey of Richland, Mich. * *- * MRS. DELINE graduated f r o m Poca ( W . V a . ) H i g h School and has a bachelor's degree in natural resources from MSU. She also is a graduate of Center College in Charleston, W. Va., and is employed by the Graduate School of Business Administration of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. Her husband, a graduate of Midland High School, has a bachelor's degree in chemistry from MSU. He served with the Army, including a tour of duty in Vietnam, and presently is completing requirements for his doctorate at the University of Michigan. Following a reception at the chapel, the couple left for a wedding trip to Washington, D. C. They will live in Ann Arbor. Charlton Heights was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Sandra White of Sylvester, Joan Banks of Seth, Melody Eads of S y l v e s t e r and Frances McNeely of Charleston. Kathy Hawkins, cousin of the bride, and Paula Morris were flowergirls and John W i l l i a m s , n e p h e w o.f the bride, was the ringbearer. John M. Protan, brother of the bride, was best man and ushers were Don Hager of Dunbar, James Kelly of St. Albans, David Fisher of Marmet and Rick Williams of Racine. After a reception at the Whitesville Moose Club, the couple left for a trip to Miami, Fla. They will reside in Charleston. Both are graduates of Sherman High School. She is an elementary education graduate of Morris Harvey College and he is a s t u d e n t at M o r r i s Harvey and is employed by the Appalachian Power Co. in Charleston. How Can If Q. How can I clean bronze ornaments? A. Do not wash. Dust carefully, and follow by wiping with a cloth moistened in paraffin oil. Then polish with a chamois. Kappa Delta Pi education honorary. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Hal Williams of Scott Depot and the late Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Holz. of Charleston. HER HUSBAND graduated from Greenbrier Military School and attended Ohio Northern University. He will graduate in August from Concord College, where he is a political science major. He has been assistant manager of Pipestem State Park pool and has accepted a position with the West Virginia Department of Corrections while he is doing graduate work in criminology at the College of Graduate Studies. He is the grandson of Mrs. Michael A. DelBene of Girard, Ohio and the late Mr. Del- B e n e ^ and Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Mohn of Girard. ' .at MRS. S. T. ROSE . former Tracie Ann Ckris- tian AF Chapel Is Setting For Bridal T I N K E R AFB, O k l a . Miss Rebecca Ruth Stafford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stafford of Montcoal, W. Va., became the bride of Michael Anderson Reed of Midwest City, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Reed of Cocoa Beach, Fla., at 2 p.m. on Saturday. Chaplain Robert S. Jenson perfojrmed the ceremony at the base chapel. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Leona Ashley of Mullens, W. M i. \ : i. MRS. M. A. REED . . . former Rebecca Stafford Va., sister siste of the bride, was matron of honor and Mrs. Karen Cortez of Glendale, Ariz., was bridesmaid. * * ,* PHIL BESSETT of Midwest City served as best man and Charles B. Reed of Dallas, Tex., was groomsman for his brother. Ushers were Buddy Blackwell of Tulsa and Gary. Hucksman of Midwest City. Following a reception in the NCO Club, the couple left for a wedding trip to Cocoa Beach, Fla. They will live in Choctaw. Mrs. Reed has the rank of first lieutenant and is a registered nurse serving at Tinker AFB. She attended -Nicholas County (W. Va.) High School and Wheeling Hospital School of Nursing. 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