Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 6, 1976 · Page 30
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June 6, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 30

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2C -June 6, 1976 Sunday Gazelle-Mail Charleifon, West virgin!* Carolyn Denise Schrader Bride of Nicholas Williams Wellford-McCullough Bridal Saturday MRS. N. A. WILLIAMS . . . former Carolyn Schrader MUNCIE, Ind.-Miss Carolyn Denise Schrader, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Schrader of Muncie, became the bride of Nicholas A. William^ son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Williams of South Charleston, W.Va., at 6:30 p.m. Saturday in the Southside Church of the Nazarene. The Rev. L. E. Humrich officiated and music was provided by Stephen Self and Mrs. Denise Salisbury. Mrs. Carla Hickey of Muncie was matron of honor and Julia Dixon, also of Muncie, was maid of honor. Joyce Apple of Oaklandon, Barbara Birch of Easton, 111., Deborah Dooley of Olivet, 111., and Mrs Vickie Stafford of Muncie, were bridesmaids. Alissa Ziegler was flowergirl. * * » GERALD S. OLIVER of Springfield, 111., was best man. Groomsmen were Ron Salisbury of South Charleston, Alan Jones of Chicago, David Graves of Bourbonnais, 111., Glenn Philips of Quincy, 111., and Augustus Galvin of Charleston, 111. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Orlando, Fla. They will live at 119 Napoleon Circle, Lafayette. Mrs. Williams has a B. S. Degree in social welfare from Olivet Nazarene College. She is a day care teacher. Her husband has a B. A. degree in religion from Olivet and is associate pastor at Lafayette First Church of the Nazarene, The marriage of Miss.Elizabeth Van Pelt McCullough, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Witcher McCullough Jr. of Ravinia Road, and Thomas Michael Ramseur Wellford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Landon Carter Wellford of Ravinia Road, took place Saturday. Bishop Wilburn Campbell and the Rev. Dabney Wellford of Warsaw, Va., officat- ed at the ceremony held in St. Johns Episcopal Church. Mrs. Brenda Mullins was organist and the bride was given in marriage by her father. * * * MRS. FRANK Witcher McCullough III of Houston, Texas, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Katherine Capito, Mrs. Roger McDaniel, Miss Douglas Dargan of Myrtle Beach, S.C., and Mrs. Stanley Allan Sharp of Shepherdsville, Ky. Miss Shannon Wellford of Santa Monica, Cal., was flowergirl. Miss Deborah Lynn Swiger Bride of Dana Lawton Shamblin Miss Angela Faye Copen Bride of Ronald Wilson Landon Carter Wellford Sr. was best man for his son. Groomsmen were Landon Carter Wellford Jr. of Santa Monica, Cal., and John Harrison Wellford, brothers of the bridegroom; Charles P. Gilchrist of Warsaw, Va.; George Logan of Salem, Va.; Frank Witcher McCullough III of Houston, Texas; Brent Mohr of San Francisco, Calif., and Ruffner Alexander. A reception followed in Edgewood Country Club. The couple will reside in Warsaw, Va. Mrs. Wellford is a graduate of Stratford College; is a provisional holdover in the Junior League, and a member of Magna Carta Dames. The bridegroom is a graduate of Episcopal High School, the University of Virginia and of the Marshall Wythe School of Law, College of William and Mary. A member of the Kanawha County and West Virginia Bar associations, Northern Neck and Virginia Bar associations, he is associated with the law firm of Smith and Murphy in Warsaw, Va. The bride is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. F. Witcher McCullough of Huntington and the late Dr. and Mrs. MRS. T.M.R. WELLFORD ...former Elizabeth McCullough James F. Van Pelt of Oak Hill and Gulfport, Miss. Her husband is the grandson of John Harrison Wellford of Wilmington, Del., and the late Mrs. Wellford. Mr. and Mrs. Leon B. Swiger of South Charleston have announced the marriage on Saturday of their daughter, Deborah Lynn, to Dana Lawton Shamblin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Shamblin of Dunbar. The Rev. Melvin Rissinger officiated and Mrs. Jean Ray, organist, accompanied the soloist, Dean Ann Levisay. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Barbara Elmore was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Cathy Means, sister of the bride, and Dena Shamblin, sister of the bridegroom. Jamile Salyers was the flow- ergirl. * * * MIKE HIGGINBOTHAM was best man and ushers were Mark Saunders and Donald Shamblin Jr. Tommy Ray was the ringbearer. The couple left for a wedding trip to Watoga State Park after a reception in the church fellowship hall. They will reside at Roxalana Hills. She graduated from South Charleston High School, attended Morris Harvey College and is employed by Merrill Lynch. Her husband graduated from Dunbar High School, attended college in North Carolina and is employed by the Electronic Materials Corp. MRS. RONALD WILSON . . . former Angela Copen Joan Seaman, Bobby Grimmett Are Married in Ravenswood MRS. D. L. SHAMBLIN . . . former Deborah Swiger RAVENSWOOD - In a double-ring ceremony performed Saturday at the First Baptist Church here by the Rev. Ronald Stoner, Miss Joan Seaman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Foster L. Seaman of Ravenswood, became the bride of Bobby L. Grimmett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mason Grimmett of Mallory. Mrs. Leslie Westfall, organist, Mrs. Tom Williams, pianist, and Mrs. David Moore, soloist, furnished the musical program and the reception was held at Greenhills Country Club. Miss Angela Faye Copen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Copen of Quick, and Ronald Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilson of Elkview, were married Saturday afternoon at the Quick Church of the Nazarene by the Rev. Dana Snodgrass. Shirley Smith, pianist, and Roxeann Snodgrasss, soloist, provided the nuptial music and the bride was given in marriage by her father. Kitty Wilson was matron of honor for her cousin and Elizabeth Isaac, sister of the bridegroom, was the bridesmaid, Carlotta Spangler was the flowergirl. ' + * * TOM STOWERS was best man and ushers were Gerald Copen, brother of the bride, and Wilford Cummings and Randy Cummings, cousins of the bride. Charlie Cummings, another cousin, was the ring- bearer. After a reception at the church, the couple left for a trip to Myrtle Beach, S. C. They will reside in Pinch. Both are graduates of Herbert Hoover High School. She is a unit clerk at Memorial Division of the Charleston Area Medical Center and her husband is employed by Patrick Plaza Dodge. OFF T H E ATTIC Open 10a.m.to5p.m. Monday thru Saturday 1022 Bridge Road. Directly above Place tor Plants 346-3017 ifitro Rainbows Install New Slate 'Natalie Atkins, daughter of Mr. and IVlj-s. William H. Atkins of Nitro, was in- stiled May 23 as worthy adviser of the Ni- trolAssembly 34 Order of Rainbow for G'irls. She is a student at Poca High School. t!ljhe installation was held at St. Paul's lijfethodist Church in Nitro. j*pthers taking office were Kelly Pierce, worth associate adviser, Denise Bonnett, ({ijarity, Kim Johnson, hope; and Tracy ipfqClanahan, faith. ·^Installing officers were Charles Titlow, tyhn Farley, Jan Hannabas, Norma Payne, Lee Ann Skaff , Cindy Arbogast and Pallia Arbogast. r-Linda Smith was presented her past worthy adviser's pin. MRS. JANE Walaszczyk, twin sister of the bride, was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Tom Brooks, cousin of the bride, Kristel Wilson, Angle Fields, Martha Hager, Debbie Wahlman and Mrs. Ralph Hensley. Heidi Beth Seaman and Meredith Lynn Lutz, nieces of the bride, were the flower- girls and Larry Walaszczyk Jr., nephew of the bride, was the ringbearer. Lowell R. Grimmett was his brother's best man and ushers were Stephen Seaman, brother of the bride, David Morrisette, James Willis, David Sammons and Arthur Kretzer. Stephen Seaman Jr., MRS. B. L. GRIMMETT . . . former Joan Seaman nephew of the bride, was junior usher and taperlighter. The newlyweds will reside at 1028 8th St., Apt. 7, Huntington. THE GROOM IS THE STAR 'and his men a stellar 'supporting cast in compatible Tormals by At last, 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 featyrincj both, this season. Let us show you how beautiful a compatible wedding can be. We've been dressing the best looking wedding parties in town. That's why they call us The Formal Wear Specialist. J 'Masters Tuxedo ,, IflttQUWWtRSTIIEET.CHMUffflll ~' Entire Stock of Ladies 'Bone and White Dress Shoes Reduced CANVAS SANDALS^ SPECIAL REG. S13 CUSHIONED COMFORT MANYBRAND NAMES REDUCED TO J97 ANDl H 97 Special Group Ladies'Sandals 4 97 REG, to $13.00 REG. 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