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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 6, 1976
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IOC -June 6, 1976 Sunday Gaselfe-Afail Charleston, West Virginia Nancy Anne White Is Bride Of James Gore on Saturday ."MADISON-Miss Nancy Anne White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William A. White of Madison, became the bride of James Arron Gore, son of Albert Jackson Gore of Uneeda and the late Mrs. Gore, at 4:30 p. m. Saturday in the Madison United Methodist Church. The Rev. Ronald W. Talkington performed the open-church ceremony and music was provided by Mrs. Earl Miller, Mrs. Oliver Sanders, Jerry Skeens and Miss Mary Ann Bragg. .The bride was given in marriage by her father. Marjorie White was maid of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Mrs. Arthur Sanders and Mrs. Shannon Green, sisters of the bridegroom, Miss Anna Mar- iotti of Bluefield and Miss Darla Walls of Hurricane. * * * THE BRIDEGROOM'S father served as best man. Ushers were William A. White Jr. and David White, brothers of the bride, Edward Halstead, and Albert Gore Jr. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Colorado. They will live at 406 28th St., Huntington. Mr. and Mrs. Gore are graduates of Scott High School. She is a second year student at St. Mary's School of Nursing in Huntington. Her husband is a graduate of Marshall University and is employed by NAPA in Nitro. Ruthanne Detrick Is Bride Of Clifford Thomas in Ohio MRS. J. A. GORE . , . former Nancy While 'Mary Jane Mullins, L. A. Hanson Wed Mary Jane Mullins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Mullins of Clendenin, and Luther Allen Hanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gail S. Hanson of Queen Shoals, were married Saturday afternoon on the lawn of the bride's parents home. The Rev. Edra Shinn officiated and Mrs. Patty Hanson, soloist, was accompanied by Mrs. Tressie Hays, pianist. The bride was given in marriage by her father and a reception was held on the lawn. * * * CATHY GATSON was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Marilyn Holcomb, sister of the bride, Mrs. Sherry Hanson and Kathi Holland. DeDe Brewster was the flowergirl. Rick Pierson was best man and ushers were Stanton Hanson and Joe Hanson, brothers of the bridegroom, and Jim Neal. The newlyweds will reside in Clendenin following a wedding trip to Virginia Beach, Va. The bride graduated from Herbert Hoover High School and is employed by the C P Telephone Co. Her husband, a graduate of Clay County High School, has a B. A. degree in business administration from Glenville State College where he belonged to Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. He is employed by Valley Development Construction. £; MRS. L. A. HANSON T: . . . former Mary Jane Mullins **." fSandraK. Rose. pWed Saturday ·:· The Rev. A. R. Snedegar officiated Sat- jilrday at the Emmanuel Baptist Church ^when Miss Sandra Kay Rose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Rose of Stuart ··"Street, became the bride of Thomas Ray ^Weaver, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Weaver »;6f St. Albans. «; Dave Harrah, guitarist, and Becky Schu- Jman, organist, played the nuptial music «-'a'nd the bride was given in marriage by "her father. j£ Linda Stephens was maid of honor and ^bridesmaids were Darlene Rose, sister-in- vfaw of the bride, Cindy Weaver, sister of ^Jlhe bridegroom, Vonda Mitchell and Caroi lyn Bowe. v 1 " * * * ;';·,,; GARY WATSON was best man. Ushers "were Arthur Rose, brother of the bride, ·'Artie Heiman, John Dermit and Jim Win- Jter. *~ A reception was held at the church, aft-Sr which the couple left for a trip to King's ^island. They will reside on MacCorkle Av- "enue in Kanawha City. »^ She graduated from Stonewall Jackson '·High,School and the school of nursing at -Morris Harvey College. She is employed T^ty St. Francis Hospital. ' f '"· Her husband, a graduate of St. Albans . : ;High School, has a B. S. degree in business "j-administration from West Virginia Univ? jersity and is employed by K-Mart apparel "·corporation in Kanawha City. Miss Carol Sue Wooddell Is Bride Of Gary Allen Rogers in Beckley BECKLEY - The First United Methodist Church here was the setting Saturday evening for the marriage of Miss Carol Sue Wooddell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Wooddell of Beckley, and Gary Allen Rogers, son of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Rogers of Palos Heights, 111. The Rev. Robert Fuqua performed the double-ring service, Joyce Hall was the soloist and the bride was given in marriage by her father. Ginny R. Pugh of Beckley was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Pam Mitchell, Ann Wooddell and Martha Jackson, all of Beckley. * * * JOHN ROGERS of Palos Heights was best man and ushers were Joe Halbach, Alan Sraga, Chuck Tanton, Bill Rogers and Edward Radzinski. The couple left for a trip to Hilton Head, S.C., after a reception at the Black Knight Country Club. They will reside at 703 Kings Row in Charleston. An interior designer, the bride is a graduate of the Atlanta School of Interior Design. Her husband is a geotechnical engi- BELLEFONTAINE, Ohio - The marriage of Miss Ruthanne Detrick and Clifford T. Thomas took place in Swasey Chapel on the Denison University campus Saturday, The ceremony was performed by Rev. David A. Gibbons, associate dean of students, and music was provided by Mrs. Guilford Shrader, by Paul Detrick, brother of the bride, and Bruce Thomas, brother of the groom. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vinton L. Detrick of Bellefontaine, Ohio, was given in marriage by her father. Her maid 1 of honor was Miss Anne Steele of Rochester, N.Y. The bridesmaids were Mrs. John Dolbee, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Dr. Pauline Clarke, Columbus, Ohio, and Miss Margaret Terpenning, Ann Arbor, Michigan. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Ivan Thomas of St. Albans, W. Va. Bruce Thomas served as best man for his brother and ushers were Lowell Scott, Rochester, N.Y., Paul and James Detrick, brothers of the bride. * * * THE RECEPTION was held at the Alpha Phi sorority house and the rehearsal dinner was given by the groom's parents at the Buxton Inn in Granville. The bride earned the bachelor of science degree with high honors in chemistry at Denison, where she was elected to membership in Phi Beta Kappa and Mortarboard. She served as vice-president of Alpha Phi sorority and of Mortarboard, and was a Senior Fellow in chemistry. She has New Officers Are Installed New officers installed by Xi Beta Lambda Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority are Mrs. Robert Conley, president; Mrs. Charles McGill, vice president; Mrs. Darrell Mittelsted, recording secretary; Mrs. J. R. Abbott, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Frank Kaiser, treasurer. They took office during a salad supper honoring the retiring president, Mrs. Tom Walker. The event was held at the home of Mrs. Conley. It was the last gathering of the chapter until September. been employed as a research chemist at Batelle Columbus Laboratories. * * * THE BRIDEGROOM was awarded the bachelor of science degree with highest honors in physics and mathematical sciences at Denison, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa in his junior year. He was managing editor of the college newspaper, was elected to membership in Sigma Pi Sigma and Pi Mu Epsilon honorar- ies and served as a senior fellow in both physics and mathematical sciences and was named a special honor scholar. He received his master's degree with distinction from the graduate school of industrial administration at Carnegie-Mellon University in May. He will be a management systems analyst at Burroughs Corporation's headquarters in Detroit. The couple will reside in Belleville, Michigan. 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