Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on May 30, 1976 · Page 47
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 47

Charleston, West Virginia
Issue Date:
Sunday, May 30, 1976
Page 47
Start Free Trial

-May 30, 19*6 Sunda Ga*ette-Mail , Mctf Va-jini* ---Sarah Bricker Is Bride Richard Eugene Perry j'Miss Sarah Louise Bricker, daughter of Or. and Mrs. Robert E. Bricker, became tie bride of Richard Eugene Perry, son of Sir. and Mrs. Charles W. Easter, all of St. Albans. at 2 p.m. Saturday in the First Presbyterian Church of St. Albans. The MRS. R. E. PERRY . . . former Sarah Bricker Rev. Robert Kirkpatrick and the Rev. Robert Pate officiated and music was provided by Andy Cunningham, Mrs. Karen Harshbarger and Mrs. Margery McFarland. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Patty McClung was maid of honor and Miss Jeanette Pauley and Miss Kathy Dodd were bridesmaids. Amy Bricker and Matthew Bricker were flow- ergirl and ringbearer. · · · ROBERT EDWARDS served as best man. Ushers were Robert E. Bricker Jr. and Michael Smith. Following a reception at the Bricker home, the couple left for a wedding trip to Watoga State Park. They will live at 223 14th St., Apt. A, Huntington. Mrs. Perry is a senior home economics major at Marshall University, where she is president of Kappa Omicron Phi Honorary Sorority. She is employed by Columbia Gas in Huntingtcn. She graduated from St. Albans High School. Her husband, also a graduate of SAHS, is a student at West Virginia State College and is employed by Thomas Memorial Hospital. He will enter Marshall University where he will continue his studies in Biology. Connie Susan Williams, ^Bradley Peter Count Wed '.*', t/ «/ yiENNA-Miss Connie Susan Williams ·«jnd:Bradley Peter Coury were married at U'P. m. Saturday on the lawn of the home MRS. B. P. COURY ·'-. .... -former Connie Williamt here of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lynch Williams. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs Peter Coury. The Rev. Arthur J. Hadley, pastor of Vienna Baptist Church, and Dr. S. Ward Robinson of Hurricane performed the double-ring ceremony. Music was provided by Marija Sommer of Alderson Broaddus College. * * * THE BRIDE was escorted by her parents. Her sister, Bonnie Stark, was matron of honor and the bridegroom's father served as best man. Ushers were Rob Williams, James Stark and Gary Coury. A reception followed the ceremony and later in the evening a barbeque supper was served to the wedding party, out-of-town guests and families. Following a wedding trip to the Shenandoah Valley and the Grand Tetons, the couple will live at 5442 Wichita Dr., Apt. E5, Fayetteville, N. C.. Mrs. Coury is a graduate of Parkersburg High School and studied music at Alderson Broaddus College. Her husband is a graduate of the same high school and of the Military Academy at West Point. He holds the commission of second lieutenant and is serving with the Army at Ft. Bragg, N. C. ;"-Mary Beth Cook Friday Bride * *·' *" "*i Miss Mary Beth Cook, daughter of Mr. jjtnii Mrs. Guy A. Cook of Route 1, Win- ffield, and Sandy Eugene Spaulding, son of MRS. S. E. SPAULDING ... former Mary BelK Cook Miss Jo Anna Hill Is Bride Of Glenn Dodd Saturday Miss Jo Anna Hill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Hill Jr. of Belle, became the bride of Glenn Alan Dodd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ham- H. Dodd of 231 Mayer Dr., at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Calvary Baptist Church. The Rev". William Oldham officiated and music was provided by Mrs Mar)' Jackson. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Maid of honor was Sally Jarvis and · Robert Wintz served as best man. · · · FOLLOWING A reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Hawk's Nest State Park. They will live at Pratt. Mrs. Dodd is a graduate of DuPont High School. She is employed by Walker Machinery Co. at Belle. Her husband graduated from Charleston High School and has a B.A. degree in political Science and history from West Virginia State College and an M.A. in public administration from West Virginia College of Graduate Studies. He is employed by the Regional Development Authority of Kanawha County as a water projects coordinator. MRS. G. A. DODD ... former Jo Anna Hill Miss Linda Ellen Smith Bride of Chester K.Austin Five Generations Miss Linda Ellen Smith of Charleston, daughter of Mrs. Ellen Smith of Richmond, Va., was married Saturday in Richmond to Chester Keene Austin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Jordan Austin of St. Petersburg, Fla. · The Rev. Philip Rodgerson officiated. Patricia Ann Smith was her sister's maid of honor and Jose Font, brother-in- law of the bridegroom, was best man. The bride is a graduate of Radford College and her husband graduated from the University of Florida. Both are systems analysts at Union Carbide. Gathering for a picture are five generations of the family of Mrs. Martha Saul (left, front row) of Sumerco, great-great grandmother of Chris Oxley, 2, held by his father, James Oxley of St. Albans. Standing are Mrs. Mae Pauley (left) of Sumerco, great- grandmother, and grandmother Mrs. Lesta Nelhs of Alum Creek. i Deborah Cavanaugh Is Married Alice Belinda Honeycutt Bride of John W. Wilkins Miss Deborah Kay Cavanaugh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cavanaugh, became the bride of Jesse E. Boggs, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Boggs, all of Elkview, at 7 p. m. Friday in the Elkview The Rev. and Mrs. Solomon Honeycutt Sr. of Eastview Heights have announced the marriage on Saturday of their daughter, Alice Belinda, to John Wesley Wilkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Joshua Wilkins of LaGrange, N. C. The Rev. Ronald W. English officiated at the First Baptist Church and music was furnished by Mrs. Janet Neal, organist. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Jordan Honeycutt. * * * MATRON OF honor was Mrs. Goldie Parker, sister of the bride, and maid of honor was Ervina Miller. Bridesmaids in- Mr. and Mrs. John R. Spaulding of Seventh Avenue, were married Friday in the Living Word Christian Center. The Rev. Bob Pate was officiating minister. Musicians were Danny Gibson, Ruth Vogal, Dana Brillhart and Aubrey Cook. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Diana Cook was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Cherie Downey, Miss Linda Hudson and Miss Lee Ann Kelley. Suzanne Hillard was flowergirl. John Spaulding was best man for his son. Ushers were James A. Cook, brother of the bride, William T. Franklin and Jerry Franklin. A reception was held at the Ramada Inn in South Charleston. Following a wedding trip to northern states, the couple will live on Fairlawn Avenue in Dunbar. Mrs. Spaulding is a graduate of Winfield High School and Center College. She is employed by the West Virginia Board of Regents. The bridegroom attended Stonewall Jackson High School and is employed at Cook Welding Service. eluded Mrs. Adeline Cooper, sister of the bride, and Nancy Cox. Sharnette Johnson, niece of the bride, was the flowergirl. David Honeycutt, brother of the bride, was best man and ushers were Paul Honeycutt and Marvin Honeycutt, brothers of the bride, and Adolphus Cooper, nephew of the bride. Jerry Shelton was the ring- bearer. After a reception in the church social room, the couple left for-a trip to Atlanta, Ga. . She is a graduate of Charleston High School and was employed by the General Division of the Charleston Area Medical Center. Her husband, a graduate of .Frink High School in LaGrange, is employed by, Union Photo Service in Washington, D. C., where they will reside. Baptist Church. The Rev. Bobby M. Sizemore officiated and music was provided by Jolene Wiseman and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Green. * * * JUDY.CRIPE was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Sue Gripe, Liz Furby and Judy Nidy. Larry Boggs served as best man. Ushers were Joe Cavender, Shirley Furby and Rick Perrine. A reception was held at the church. The couple will live at Bradley, where they are students at the Appalachian Biblelnsti- tute. He is employed bv Rollyson Motors. Mrs. J. E. BOGGS · . . former Deborah Cavanaufh 30% OF! STILL IN EFFECT BE SURE-GILL SURE SEAL BUSEMEHTWHTERPROOFiC Sealed on outside Thousands of Homes waterproofed by this method. Part of a wall or whatever you need. 0 no digging · no damage to lawn t proven method. FREIISTIMATI IF OUT Of TOWN CAll COURT 722-4237 OPEN SUNDAY MONDAY 4 DAYS ONLY I Tamra Buzzard, L R. Steele Wed MRS. J. W. WILKINS . . former Alice Honeycult . THEGROOMl IS THE STAR KEITH -Miss Tamra Lynn Buzzard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Buzzard, became the bride of Leonard Ray Steele, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Steele, all of Keith, at 8 p.m. Friday in the Keith Baptist Church. The Rev. Ronald L. Payne officiated and music was provided by Miss Barbara Slazne and Miss Anita Williams. bridegroom, Ronnie L. Payne, cousin of the bride, Covey Massey and Salmon, uncles of the bridegroom, and Terry L. Payne, cousin of the bride. A reception was held in the Orgas Community Center. The couple will live at Keith. Mr. and Mrs. Steele are graduates of Sherman High School. He is employed by the Bethlehem Mines. MRS. L. R. STEELE ... former Tomra Bunartt The bride was given in marriage by her father. Kathy Buzzard was maid of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Laura Buzzard, sister of the bride, and Peggy Steele. sister of the bridegroom. Sherlona Buzzard and Libby Steele. sisters of the couple, were junior bridesmaids and Carolyn Buzzard and Jim and Jamie Buzzard, sister and brothers of the bride, were flow- ergirl and ringbearers. FLOYD SPROUSE served as best man. - t'sbers if re Bobbv Sleele. brofer of the \ : and his men a stellar supporting cast in compatible formals by ,(RANATKM| THENORELCQ :ffiB IADYBUG® SALON. HE TOTAL GROOMING CONCEPT! ctat fc*cuty cere . Ofrr.i, pl\ii a (oil d *ct utro *po* J*On^o tyv i f t»0wvrt with I No-rko. *1» «x o't m c'Jat . coU A w'«! 9* · on oH ?witth for convtniffit optro- Horn · "Pop-to^ 1 d*wnin| · litTM Mod _ rmoib»owtron«htn»nnf AttimtnrtWf* M y / *lc*««fttfltk«ovtchac«taf«br wn«nd f ( / W«t W f tate'i OM«tt MrfUflM DERMflN 11* CMITOt ST.-44 MB *. Si. Ahm. F«TT ». Ort H« · NrAt W- !**· TEXFI'S T06%POLYESTEF 60" MIX MATCH RIB TWILL \KNIT 60' .. RIN.__ T-SHIRT KNITS (CALCUTTA] KRINKLE' BOTTOM WEIGHT 1 to S YD LENGTHS · SOLID COLORS /·COMPARE AT · $4.00 YD. YD. » POLYESTER* COTTON, \» REGULAR $3.0041 $4.00 VALUE SAMPLE CUTS ^* TRIMS -- .45" ' · POLYESttR/COTTONv, i SOLID COLORS $3.00 VALUE · LIMIT 15 YDS. PER CUSTOMER '·39c VALUE Non Roll ...ELASTIC YDS. PRECUTIN I 4 YD. PACKAGES C. 45" POLYESTER TE[ riss · FULL BOLTS · $1.49 VALUE I MONO AT NIGHTS ta»PJI. mONI O«DtU f HUD MOMPUT mm M-nu.w-tm,»u^^__ At lost, there's a smart way to let the groom stand out and give his men an opportunity to look their best. The latest After Six wedding fashions -- the Charleston and the Newport II is the perfect answer and we're featuring both, this season. let us show you how beautiful a compolible wedding can be. We've been dressing the best looking wedding parties in town. That's why they coll us The Formal Wear ; Specialist. 34M4H J.P : STOIENS/x-\/^; - --«,. ALL BIAS It 72 POLYESTER /EfljflL, INTERFACING! NYL l l k N h ET ^^ . , PRECUTIN4YD.PACKAGES \ |UV JBS Y °\fl-=jB9S w IPKG.N YD. LIMIT {OYDSTER CUSTOMER '48' UNIQUE \1ffil )· ST.4WAHS irlM I t BOWNIOWNCT hat»H*j*'«-* maMntfraN shop SHOP 0 wis I cm OKI

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free