Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 13, 1975 · Page 35
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July 13, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 35

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7C -July 13,1975 Smmfry C«*ette-Jf«ii Ct»ri»J*». AMI ¥*9iai» *" Miss McMinn Marries Terry Bailey ^..._i._ «_« «,,«:,,- jo.^Ato,/vf ·^·^·^·^LH^J^^^inin Or** Baitev, brother oi ibe bridegrocMn. {*$ \}^A rf^*' . . t o Miss Evelyn Mae MeMiaa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs! Edward P. McMioa of Garrison Aveeue, and Terry Michael Bailey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Bailey ST. of Melrose Drive, were married Friday at St. Anthony's Catholk Church, with the Rev. John JJpinski officiating. Mary Ann Giordano, organist, accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Enid Bossie, and the bride was given in marriage by her father. KAREN ASHWORTH was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Linda Perrine and Carolyn Bailey, sister of the bridegroom. Deana Mack, niece of the bride, was the flowergirl. Joseph W. Bailey Jr. was best man and ushers were Richard Bailey, Rodney Bailey, both brothers of the bridegroom, and Larry Mack, brother-in-law of the bride. Greg Bailey, brother oi the bridegroom, was the riagbearer. The couple left for a trip to Wrightsville Beach. N.C.. after a reception in the school hall. She graduated from Stonewall Jackson High School, as did her husband, who is employed by FMC in South Charleston. He is a graduate of Elk Career Center, having studied electronics. !l o b K ttUrtl^CISTWneTIKEttllliC I Use Want Ads. Dial 348-4848 MRS. T. M. BAILEY , . former Evelyn McMinn St. Agnes Church Bridal Scene Enter Golden Years A family dinner on June 22 honored Mr. and Mrs. W. C. McDowell of West Hamlin as they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in their home. Married June 23, 1925, she is the former Dora Hartwell and he retired in 1967 after 41 years service with the South Penn Gas Co. They are parents of two daughters, Mrs. Edna Atkins of St. Albans, and Mrs. Joan Adkins of Craig Air Force Base, Selma, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. McDowell have two grandchildren. Miss Harriet Habe Tupis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tupis of 5221 Washington Ave.. became the bride of Charles Cutler Beasley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Beasley of Fredricksburg, Va., on Saturday in St. Agnes Church. The Rev. Edward Sadie officiated and music was provided by the Sacred Heart Folk Group. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her sister. Miss Tammy Tupis, was maid of honor and Miss Terry LeFevre was bridesmaid. Robert S. Beasley was best man for his son and ushers were Johnny Wohlford and Richard C. Beasley, the bridegroom's brother. * * * Kelly-Wilson Rite Held Friday FOLLOWING A reception in the St. Agnes Cafeteria, the couple left for a wedding trip to Canada. They will live in Charlottesville, Va. Mrs. Beasley graduated from Charleston High School and Smithdeal Massey Business College. She is a former employe of the Charleston National Bank. Her husband is a graduate of Bowling Green Senior High School and the United MRS. C. C. BEASLEY . . . former Harriet Tupis Electronics Institute. He is employed by General Electric in Charlottesville. MRS. B. A. KELLY . . former Karen Wilton Miss Karen Lynn Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Wilson, became the bride of Boyce Allen Kelly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy A. Kelly, all of Elkyiew, on Friday in the Jarrett Memorial Methodist Church. The Rev. Kelly Sparks officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Sparks. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Judy Carnefix was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Phyllis Wilson, sister of the bride, Joyce Osborne, sister of the bridegroom and Pam Miller. Shawna Wilson, sister of the bride, and Gregory Shepherd were flowergirl and ringbearer. STEVE CARNEFIX served as best man. Ushers were Barry Rogers, Albert Wilson and Charles Osborne. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip through the state. They will live at Elkview. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly are graduates of Herbert Hoover High School. He is employed by Bethlehem Mines Corp. Baptist Vows Made Saturday Gale Sheldon Weds Mike Hunt Miss Rebecca A. Given, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carlos W. Ratliff, became the bride of Richard R. Carnefix, son of Mr. and Mrs. Denver Carnefix, all of Elkview, on Saturday in the Elkview Baptist Church. The Rev. Bobby Sizemore officiated and music was provided by Mary Beth Bragg. The bride was given in marriage by her stepfather. Regina Cunningham was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Renee Sample and Debbie Engle. Junior bridesmaids were Connie Carnefix, sister of the bridegroom, and Karen Harding, cousin of the bride. · , , ' t . .. . " * * » · ALLAN CHAMBERS served as best man. Ushers were Dale Carnefix, the bridegroom's brother and John Veltri. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, S. C. They will live at Quick. Mr. and Mrs. Carnefix are graduates of Herbert Hoover High School. She is employed by the West Virginia Department of Highways and her husband is employed by Elk Refinery at Falling Rock. T^ountain Artisan*} inc. IS HAVING A WAREHOUSE Thurs. Fri. and Sat. July 17, 18, and 19 10 to 5 Thurs, Sat. 10 to 8 Fri. 20°/c to 50°/c O OFF! PIECE GOODS · NOTIONS · RIBBON ·CLOTHES · MISCELLANEOUS EQUIP. NO DEALERS PLEASE 147 SUMMERS ST. CHARLESTON ifOCK REDUCTION Shrewsbury Community Church was the setting on Friday for the double-ring ceremony when Miss Gale Sheldon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl G. Sheldon of Shrewsbury, became the bride of Mike Hunt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orval E. Hunt Sr. of South Charleston. The Rev. Wallace York officiated and music was provided by Miss Barbara Nichols and Mrs. Martha Green. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Sandra Underwood was matron of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Donna Malcolm, Vickie Payne and Sherry Harriett. GARY RUGEL served as best man. Richard Starr, Larry Jarrell and Robert Underwood were ushers. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Mrs. Hunt graduated from DuPont High School and is employed by Sears, Roebuck and Co. Her husband, a graduate of South Charleston High School, is employed by CP Telephone Co. Our lowest prices ever: i LOWEST PRICE GUARANTEE 4 n Jive mil vi i^r5^£a^Tiw,r.'Js| -IIalo-UnLiS 3 oo ° ossh ° iswi " chce " u "" Iuaimc """'""· c . WP^^m W ^IF ^IFBTM^W* · fc,| ,, -,,__.. ,..,,..* wnil UIDITTEU riiHRAHTFF fl Goods Shops PIECE GOODS SHOPS GIVES IOU A WRITTEN GUIUMHE OF LOWEST PRICES ON 1ST QUIUTT FMRICS! 45" 100% COTTON| ^MACHINE WASH 'SOLID COLORS (Oiler Goad Within One WKk ol Purchaic from Piece Goods Strops.] MRS. R. R. CARNEFIX . . . former Rebecca Given MRS. MIKE HUNT . . . former Gale Sheldon Travel News We will be glad to chronicle your comings and goings, your visits and visitors. Call the Gazette Woman's Department. 348-5175. BODY PERMS for that Casual Effect! EXTRA SPECIAU-WITH COUPONST r7e7$l«"oo"]" Reg. $20.00 f H .. $350fl 1 ALLURE ! NATURAL CURL ! ^ V s j S ^ TINT RETOUCH I Short Hair ., With Coupon 5 , · , HAIRCUT, SHAMPOO SET Short Hair $475 With Coupon t special operator. Hollywood Beauty Salon 711 Fife St. 342-4542 Open Evenings by Appointment, Mondoy-Tuesdoy-Thursdoy-Fridoy INROLLMIN1S ARM MILL BEjNG TAKEN FOR YMCA DAY CAMP TRAIL BLAZER (located at Kanawha State Forest) KLOPMAN'S 60' 100% POLYESTER SURALINE BARDINE · SAMPLE CUTS* MACHINE WASH DRY YD. MFG. SUGG. RETAIL PRICE S5.00 YD. SLIGHTLY IRREGULARS ' V V ^ "V CREPE STITCH IOUBLE KNIT 100% POLYESTER · MACHINE WAStT · 10'/ 2 -110Z.WEI9HT ^J YDS. FOR First Quality 38" Wide 60". 100% POLYESTER 45" WOVEN CREPE NATURAL OSNABURG .45" · I00°o COTTON ROLLED ON TUBES · MACHINE WASH S3 VALUE ,45" MACHINE WASH ENTIRE STOCK PRINTS YD. 100% POLYESTER DOUBLE KNITS SAVE TO 50% I YD. . S3 54 VALUE FULL BOLTS REGULAR STOCK OUR EVERY DAY LOW S2.66 YD. MFG. SUGG. RETAIL PRICE $4.00 . ALL ARE 2 3 TONES ALL FIVE DAY SESSIONS July 14-July 18 July 21-July 25 July 2 8- August 1 August 4-August 8 *SWMMMG INSTRUCTION *COOK-OUTS-CAMP-OUTS *CRAFTS-ARCHERY * NATURE STUDY-HKING *BI)S TRANSPORTATION ^QUALITY LEADERSHF i7**r ll/.f^areallltOS^O] if ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ shop IHOP MfSS CHARIISTON«N«AV ST.AIBANS SOUTHICHARIESTON Thtr* God for an things, j 344-3437 727-2381

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