Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 6, 1976 · Page 32
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 32

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 6, 1976
Page 32
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4C -June 6, 1976 Sunday Gazette-Mail Charleston, We»' Virginia Joan Paula Stabins Bride Miss Leah Gail Morgan Weds Of Tony Mai Edwards R °s er Allen Moore Saturday Open House Honorees Celebrating their golden wedding anniversary with an Open House Saturday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. J. R. Nuzum on Weberwood Drive, were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bowers of One Morris Street. They were married June 1, 1926 by the late Dr. William B. Lambeth in Washington, D. C. She is the former Ellen Buttner of Baltimore, Md., and he has been in the insurance business in Charleston for 40 years. They have three granddaughters. WASHINGTON, D.C. - Dr. and Mrs. Edwin P. Stabins of Charleston, W. Va., have announced the marriage on Saturday of their daughter, Joan Paula, and Tony Mai Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan A. Edwards of Malibu, Calif. The ceremony was performed by Rabbi Samuel Volkman at the Mayflower Hotel here. Ron Shurie's orchestra furnished the music and the bride was given in marriage by her father. * * * DEBRA JILL Stabins was maid of honor for her sister and Mrs. Nancy Dodson, another sister, was matron of honor. Roxann Deutsch, cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid. Steven Edwards was his brother's best man and ushers were Barry Goldstein, Alan Neufeld, Steven Segal and Alan Smith. After a reception at the hotel, the couple traveled to Quebec and Montreal, Canada, for their honeymoon. They will reside in Washington. « + * A GRADUATE of Charleston High School, the bride has a B.S. degree in elementary education from the University of Cincinnati, and is working on a master's degree at the University of Miami. She will teach in Washington this fall. Her husband is a magna cum laude grad- r tifor a lifetime. Keepsake' cc Rtf litercd Diamond Rings LILLYS' IHEYENNE CHELSEA JEWELERS "For gHbyoc/Bgwewith pride" DilHBARVlLAGESHOPPHGCENTER DUIBAR SECXIEY LOGAN NEWMARTINSVILLE RYE, N. Y.--The Rye Presbyterian Church was the setting Saturday afternoon for the wedding of Susan Earle Henry, daughter of Mrs. John Robert Henry Jr. of Rye, to H. Thayer West, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Margerum West of New Canaan, Conn. The Rev. Joseph P. Bishop officiated and a reception followed at the Manursing Island Club. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Peter Robert Henry of Ithaca. Mrs. John Ellsworth Stein of Bethesda, Md., was matron of honor and Amy Earle Henry of Brookline, Mass., was flowergirl for her aunt. * * + THE BRIDEGROOM'S father served as best man. Ushers were Christopher Zephaniah West of Denver, Colo., brother of the bridegroom, Douglas Dyer Henry of Ithaca, brother of the bride, and Paul Charles L'Amoureaux of Winnetka, 111., and Richard Harold Wyman of Dover Plains, brothers-in-law of the bridegroom. The bride also is the daughter of the late Mr. John Robert Henry Jr., who was retired vice president and secretary of the American Can Co. She is a graduate of Westover School in Middlebury, Conn., she attended the University of Denver and she graduated from the Colorado Institute of Art in Denver, Colo. She marie her debut in 1968 at the Westchester Cotillion. * * * HER HUSBAND is a graduate of the Darrow School in New Lebanon, N. Y., and the University of Denver. He is associated with the marketing and special ser- MRS. H. T. WEST ... former Susan Henry vices division of Union Carbide Corp. His father is assistant director of Union Carbide's real estate department. The bride is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ward Earle of New York City and the late Dr. and Mrs. John Robertson Henry of Sarasota, Fla. The bridegroom is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Garlend Todd Thayer of Charleston, W. Va., and of Zephaniah West of Pennington, N. J., and the late Mrs. Eleanor Pratt West. GREENBRIER ROOM "X: ADVANCE FALL TRUNK SHOW make plans to join us on monday and tuesday June 7-8 for this special showing A designer collection that's certain to call forth Bravos! Beautiful fashions that will be seen on the most popular scenes this fall. Sought after fashions for casual, dress and eveningwear, here in our big trunk show from Gino Paoli. Make plans to attend, but remember it's for 2 days only so check your calendar now! It's a fashion happening you won't want to miss. GREENBRIER ROOM--Second Floor Special one day showing Raieiaji Md! leckley, Wednesday, June 9 The Diamond Baptist Church was the setting Saturday for the marriage of Miss Leah Gail Morgan, daughter of D. K. Morgan of Belle and the late Mrs. June Morgan, and Rger Allen Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore of Belle. The Rev. Zack Hunt officiated and the bride was given in marriage by her father. GAYLA OLDHAM was maid of honor and Bob Bumpus was best man. Ushers were Harry Moore, brother of the bridegroom, and Ronnie Carte. A reception was held at the church, after which the couple left for a trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C. They will reside at 322 East 10th St., Belle. They are graduates of DuPont High School. He is employed by Mountain State Mack. Susan Earle Henry Bride Of H.ThayerWestinN.Y. MRS. T.M. EDWARDS ... former Joan Stabin$ uate from Lehigh University where he earned his B.A. degree. He graduated cum laude from the University of Miami's law school and is enrolled in the master's taxation program of Georgetown University's law school. He is employed by the Office of Chief Counsel, Internal Revenue Service in Washington. Correction The wedding of Miss Margaret Davis Silverstein and Michael Charles Johnson will take place on Jan. 8 instead of July 8 as reported in last week's Sunday Gazette- Mail. The service will be at Temple Israel. MRS. R.A. MOORE . .former Leah Gail Morgan OWENS DRIVE IN Between Marmet Chesapeake Flea Market And Swapping Center Every Sunday 9 AJM. Til 5 P.M. No Commission Or Fees Your Only Cost Is A 50* Parking Fee-Whether You Buy--Sell--Swap Or Spend The Day. Parking Fee Ticket Stub Can Be Redeemed For 50* Discount On Movie. IE WISE! MCLEAN OUT THE HOUSE, sr.,1 m mi IQNEYTOO! WHAT YOU DONT WANT SOMEONE ELSE DOES... shop mondoys and fridays 10 to 9 other weekdays 10 to 5 C( FAMED OLGA LUXURY SLIPS SALE PRICED What a nice way to get our lingerie wardrobe in shape for summer, and do it with savings from Olga. Luxurious soft to the touch Antron" III nylon tricot slips and camisoles in a host of styles. Select your favorites in White or Nude. Long Slips, sizes 32 to 38, reg. 11.00 Petti Slips, sizes S-M-L, reg. 9.00 Slips, sizes 32 to 38, reg. 11.00 Camisoles, sizes 32 to 38, reg. 7.00 7.99 4.49 7.49 4.99 LINGERIE Second Floor Specialist here Monday and Tuesday NOW! AN ARTIFICIAL BREAST SO REAL IT LOOKS AND FEELS LIKE A PART OF YOU It's not liquid, not sponge or foam, not air filled, but rather a revolutionary new substance that looks and feels just like the normal human breast and may be worn right next to the skin in an'ordinary bra! It is an artificial breast made of soft mobile silicone gel encased in smooth silicone, rubber... and it looks like, feels like it is really part of the body. HERE 2 DAYS ONLY! Jean Berczek, special representative of Airway Surgical Company will be here Monday and Tuesday June 7th and 8th to talk to you, to help you professionally. FOUNDATIONS--Second Floor i SUMMER TIME HELP YOU CAN COUNT ON perfect gift for dad on Father's Day, Sunday,June 20th MODEL Tl-l200 Adds, subtracts, multiplies and divides-instantly. Percent key allows easy calculation of taxes, discounts, etc. Automatic constant in all five functions. Easy to operate--just press keys in the same order as the problem is written MODEL TI-1250 Full function 4-key memory to store and recall numbers. Adds substracts, multiplies and divides-instantly. Percent key, automatic constant and full-floating decimal. Change sign key for entering negative numbers. 15.95 Adaptors also available 4.95 NOTIONS- Street Floor shop mondaysand fridays 10 to 9 other weekdays 10 to 5 phone 346-0981-

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