Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 6, 1976 · Page 37
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June 6, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 37

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9C -June 6, 1976 Sunday Gasette-Mail -Charleston, West Virginia Forthcoming Marriaqe Plans Revealed u u Rainbow Grand Assembly Here Marks-McClure Mr. and Mrs. John L. Marks of 1522 Jackson St. are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth Ann, to Michael R. McClure, son of Mrs. Viola G McClure of St. Albans. The wedding will take place on July 31 in Sacred Heart Church. Miss Marks is a graduate of St. Mary's School of Nursing and is employed by CAMC, Memorial Division. Her fiance is a dental student at West Virginia University. Lenox Crystal The Crystal Clear Favorite American Brides The new BEL CANTO shape, shown here, has a graceiu! flared bowi with a faceted stem. Here are lust two of the patterns: Lett: Lenox Crystal, Allure: A 3-piece Place Setting is *27' 5 Right: Lenox Crystal, Castle Garden' A 3-piece Place Selling is S 36" LILLYS' JEWELERS "For gifts you'I give with pride" DunbarVlage Shopping Center DUNBAR LOGAN BECKLEY NEWMARTINSVI.II Marcum-Selby On Aug. 14 at the First Baptist Church of St. Albans, Mary Sue Marcum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Marcum of St. Albans, will become the bride of Craig L. Selby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Selby of Morgantown. Miss Marcum is employed by Multi-CAP in the Head Start program as a speech therapist. Her fiance is personnel director for Charleston Newspapers. Yietor-Danford BARRACKVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. John T. Viclor of Barrackville are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Susan Kay, to John Theodore Danford. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Danford of St. Albans. The open-church wedding will take place at 2 p.m. Ocl. 30 in St. Andrew United Methodist Church in St. Albans. t * * MISS VICTOR graduated cum laude with a B.S. degree in library science from West Virginia Wesleyan College. She is employed by the Kanawha County Board of Education. Her fiance has a B. S. degree in mathe- malics from West Virginia State College and is a systems programmer for Union Carbide Corp. Walker-Simmons Mr. and Mrs. James W. Walker of Hernshaw have announced the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Patti, to Paul W. Simmons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Simmons of Dawes. The open-church ceremony will take place at 7 p.m. at the Hernshaw United Methodist Church. Miss Walker is employed at the Kanawha Valley Bank and her fiance is an em- ploye of the Carbon Fuel Co. They are graduates of East Bank High School. Parsons-Hay A July 16 wedding at Ihe Kelly's Creek Community Church is being planned by Miss Janice Elaine Parsons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William D. Parsons of Charleston, and Robert Michael Hay. son of Mr. and Mrs. Okey R. Hay of Sissonville. The bride-elect is employed by the State Deparlmenl of Mental Health. Her fiance is a senior at West Virginia Stale College and is a used car salesman for Capitol Chrysler Plymouth Inc. in South Charleston. Wolfe-Gabell Miss Carrie Lee Wolfe, daughter of Mr. an Mrs. Bert Wolfe of Carriage Lane, and Hewitt Lee Cabell IV will marry at 6:30 p.m. July 23 at Christ Church United Methodist". Parents of the prospective bridegroom are Mrs. Colborn Cabell of Bedford Road and Hewitt Lee Cabell III of Orlando, Fla. Miss Wolfe is a graduate of West Virginia University. Her fiance attended Potomac State College. Johe-Grodrian Laura Ann Johe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard G. Johe of South Charleston, is the bride-elect of Alan B. Grodrian, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd S. Grodrian of Ket- lering. Ohio. An April wedding is being planned. It will take place in Dayton. Ohio. Miss Johe is a graduate of South Charleston High School and is a student at Wittenberg University. She belongs to Delta Gamma Sorority and is employed as a technical director of the Springfield Arts Council in Springfield, Ohio. Her fiance has a B. A. degree from Wittenberg and an MBA degree from Miami University. He is employed by the Ernst and Ernst accounting firm in Dayton. Ohio, and is affiliated with Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. Wilbur-Capito An Oct. 19 wedding is being planned by Miss Mary Elizabeth Wilbur, daughter of Mrs. Mary S. Wilbur of Montrose Drive and the late Mr. Richard S. Wilbur, and William Joseph Captio, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Capito of Weirlon. Miss Wilbur is employed by Ihe State Department of Commerce and her fiance is employed in the Office of Federal-State Relations. Linger-Martin Mr. and Mrs. Adam A. Smolder of Charleston have announced the engagement of her daughter, Wilodene Louise Linger, to Jonathan Edward Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Martin of Poca. A September wedding is being planned. Miss Linger graduated from Ripley High School and is employed by Kroger's. Her fiance also graduated from Poca. He is an Army veteran and is employed by FMC in Nitro. Broachvator-Smith ST. MARYS-Mrs. Jack F. Broadwater of St. Marys is announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Mary Jacqueline, to Gregory Kent Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Smith of Griffithsville. Miss Broadwater is a graduate of St. Marys High School and Wesl Virginia Universily. She is a language arls leacher at Hamilton Junior High School in Parkersburg. Her fiance, a graduate of Duval High School and West Virginia University, is a social studies teacher and coach at Hamlin High School. The wedding will take place July 24 at St. Marys. Edwards-Murphy Announcement is made of the forthcoming marriage of Miss Jean A. Edwards, daughter of Mrs. William R. Edwards of South Charleston and the late Mr. Edwards, to Danny M. Murphy, son of Mr. The 35th annual session of the Grand Assembly of West Virginia, International Order of Rainbow for Girls, will be held Thursday through Saturday at the Scottish Rite Temple. Miss Debbie Akers, grand worthy advisor, will preside at the session which has the theme "Rewards of Service." and her project is the Rainbow summer camp at Camp Beckwith. a.m. with reports, election of officers and dedications. Memorial services will be held in the afternoon under the direction of Mrs. Alice Brown of Morgantown. A smorgasbord will be served at 5 p.m. by the Ladies Oriental Shrine, and the grand cross of color banquet will be at 6 p.m. at the Army and Navy Club, Mrs. Deemy Dick of Moundsville. director, and Miss Kathryn Murdock of Williamstown mistress of ceremonies. The grand assembly will again be honored with a program of entertainment by the Beni Kedem Gold Band, Shrine Patrol and the Oriental Band, and will assist with the crowning of the queen. Unfinished business will be completed Saturday morning and the session will close after installation of officers with a luncheon for Ihe grand executive board. Dr. K.K. Biswas, M.D. Obstetrics and Gynecology Announces the Opening of his Swond Office at CAMC MEDICAL STAFF BLDG. Kanawha City Suite 407 Phone 344-9066 DEBBIE AKERS Grand IT'orlky Adriior A dinner honoring grand officers will be held Wednesday In the Scottish Rite Temple. Activities for Thursday will include registration and rehearsals in the morning followed by a noon luncheon for mother advisors and executive board members at St. Marks United Methodist Church. The grand banquet will begin at 5:30 p.m. in the ballroom of the temple. * * * FRIDAY SESSIONS will begin at 8:30 and Mrs. T. Webber Murphy of Ellisville. Miss. The wedding is planned for 7:30 p.m. July 17 in the First United Methodist Church in South Charleston. Miss Edwards is a teacher in the Caesar Rodney School District in Dover. Del. 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