Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 13, 1975 · Page 33
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July 13, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 33

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1C -July 13,1975 Sm Bridal Guests Highlight Travel News Couple Married 50 Years ; The five children of Mr. and Mrs. -Alvin Garten of Blount honored 4heir parents with a family dinner Iparty on July 4 as they celebrated Jtheir golden wedding anniversary ;at their home. Married July 3,1925, ;she is the former Lucille Runion. '.Her husband is a retired coal miner !and also is retired from the State IDepartment of Highways. The chil- :dren include Charles and Frank rGarten of Blount; Mrs. Wanda ·Mitchell of Staunton, Va.; Mrs. ·Doris Perry of Diamond; and Mrs. Tiny Myers of Clendenin. Assisting with the dinner party were the 22 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. July Rite Set Residing in Oak Hill following a honeymoon trip to Williamsburg, Va., are Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Walton Rowland She is the former Janet Lynn Slates, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. William D. Siates. The bride's father and the Rev. Walter Mycoff Jr. performed the ceremony in Oak Hiil United Methodist Church on June 21. Mrs. William Fisher of Martinsburg was matron of honor and best man was Stephen Gerlach of New Carlisle, Ohio. Mrs. Slates is employed by Fayette County Schools and her husband is a psychologist with the FMRS Mental Health Center in Fayetteville. Miss Linda Faye Phelps, who became the bride of George Kent M. White on Saturday was honored with showers given by Mrs. Kathy Greenacre and Mrs. Orga Davis, by the ladies of the Highlawn First Church of God in St. Albans, and by Mrs. Betty Cummings, Mrs. Jane Foster and Mrs. Becky Phelps. The rehearsal dinner was held at Burnette's Restaurant in Hurricane. Mr. and Mrs. David George Shields of Greenville, S.C., are parents of a new daughter, Deborah Ruth, born July 4 in Greenville General Hospital. The mother is the former Deborah Boggess, daughter of Mrs. Roy Kincaid Jr. of Alderson, and a granddaughter of Mrs. William R. Boggess of Charleston and the late Mr. Boggess, and of Mrs. Harry V. Light of Forest Hill and the late Mr. Light. Paternal grandparents of the infant are Mr. and Mrs. George Shields of Marion, N. Y. Her paternal great-grandmother is Mrs. Mike Shields, also of New York. June 28, the evening preceding the marriage of their son, Ralph, to Diaan Lynn Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs John W. Moore of Fairmont. Among guests at the wedding on July 5 in Anniston, Ala., of Vicky Lynn Bradford and Durwood Jerry Knight were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James G. Melton of Winfield and her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Lee Melton of Charleston. son City. Tenn.: Natalie Levine of Girard. Ohio; and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Schoolcraft of Fayetteville. ·IT The brother and sister-in-law of the bridegroom hosted the rehearsal dinner at the Charleston House. OUT-OF-TOWN guests here for the June 28 wedding of Beverly Ann Ballard and Mi- CHARLESTON BEAUTY ACADEMY 711'AHFEST. PHONE 344-9603 OPOUT04TUIS. 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Attending as an alumna delegate from Morris Harvey was Mrs. Anna Lou Jones of St. Albans. Travel News We will be glad to chronicle your comings and goings, your visits and visitors. Call the Gazette Woman's Department, 348-5175. ^ r ELEVEN SUMMERS STREET CLOSED TWO-WEEKS FOR VACATION JULY 14th REOPEN 28th Mrs. Sue Jeffries, a senior business major at Morris Harvey, was initiated recently into Zeta Tau Chapter of Delta Zeta Sorority, and several chapter members were named to the dean's list for the spring semester. They are Judy Dominquez, Melissa Hopper, Pamela Hunt, Brenda Midkiff, Phyllis Norton, Teresa Siders, Mary Smith, Sherri Tribble and Eugenia Whittington. Word has been received of the June 15 marriage of Miss Ann Cherington May to Donald A.'Nims of Carlsbad, N. Mex. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and : Mrs. Haven L. May of Victoria, Tex., who formerly resided in St. Albans. The newlyweds are making their home in Anchorage, Alaska. · ANOTHER FORMER resident of St. Albans, the former Mary Alice Coffroth, was married oh June 7 to Wayne Sterling Russell of Manassas, Va. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Coffroth, who now reside in Frostburg, Md. The couple honeymooned at Deep Creek Lake, Md., and are making their home in Manassas. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C. Hayes of Lewisburg were hosts for the rehearsal dinner at the Ellis Restaurant in Clarksburg on chael B. Kennedy included Mrs. Lewis Ray Kennedy, Jerri Kennedy and Mrs. Allen Murphy, of Goldsboro, N. C.; Stephen Murphy of Shreveport, La.; Mrs. Roland Butler and children, Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Williamson of Clinton, N. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Bambara of Raleigh, N. C.; Mr. and Mrs. David Kennedy and Kenneth Pearce of Chapel Hill, N. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Zachary Osborne of Greensboro, N. C.; Jane Reiber of Carrboro, N. C.; Robert Paisley of Hillsborough, N. 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