Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 13, 1975 · Page 37
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July 13, 1975

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

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1C -Julv 13,1973 SMII^Y Cwtto-JfaiJ a, ..£ CW*m* *MB Yrfjrt* Sherry Moore Bride Of Keith R. Francis Wth Milestone Approaches Bliss Sherry Gayte Moore, darter of Mr. and Mrs. HasteU C. Moor* of Rt. 7 became tte bride of Keith Randall Francis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Francis of South Charleston, at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday in the Cobos Creek Missionary Baptist Church. The Rev. Tom Cook, uncle of the bridegroom, officiated and music was provided by Mike Rousey and Teri Moore, the bride's cousin, and Gail Palmer. Marilyn Moore was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Gina Moore, Pat Moore, Dianna Young and Robin Francis. Kim GUlispie and Chad Moore were flow- ergirl and ringbearer. * * * MIKE ROWSEY served as best man. Steve Miller, Rick Francis, Kelly Francis and Rick Moore were ushers. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Nags Head, N. C. They will live on Tennessee Avenue in Spring Hill. Mrs. Francis has a degree in nursing from Marshall University and is employed by Charleston Area Medical Center.Me- morial Division. She is a member of the Daughters of the Crimson Rose. WE HAVE FUN HERESO WILL Y O U . . . KITCHEN KAIOOOIE MRS. K. R. FRANCIS . . . former Skerry Moore Her husband attended Marshall University, where he was a member of Kappa Alpha Fraternity. He is employed by Spring Hill Hardware. SAMY'SULLAR -S^cMiitath 1022 Bridge Road, Charleston The social hall of Central United Methodist Church will be the setting from 2 to 5 p.m. on July 20 for an open reception honoring Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Parkins of 509 Hall St., as they celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. Both natives of Putnam County, they were married ; on July 18,1925 in Charleston by the late Rev. Earl Hissom, and have : made their home here since they were married. She is the former Wilda Fisher and he retired after owning automobile dealerships in Charleston for 29 years, first for Studebaker, and later for Datsun. They are parents of four children, Mrs. Jean Grade of Sheboygan, Wis.; Mrs. Janet Thompson, Dean and Doyle Parkins, all of Charleston. Twelve grandchildren complete the family. j Mark Golden Anniversary Big Clear Creek Baptist Church at Rupert was the setting oh June 22 for an open reception honoring Mr. and Mrs. Olza 0. Neely of Rupert as they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. Hosts for the Engaged ^ '] ' ' Faber-Frail ; Open church will be observed at 2:30 'p.m. on Aug. 16 in the Baptist Temple ' when Miss Sarah Lee Faber becomes the ", bride of James Hawthorne Frail. ' She is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. i James Doyener Faber of Lee Street; E., 'and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. James M. Frail of Noyes Avenue, SE. ". Miss Faber and her fiance are graduates ;of West Virginia University and both are - employed by the Roane County Board of 'Education. She has a B. S. degree in ele- -mentary education and is a reading teach- er at Walton Elementary School. ] The future bridegroom holds a B. S. de^ '.gree in speech pathology and audiology - and a master's degree in audiology from - WVU. He is an audiologist with Project - HEAR in the Roane County Schools. affair were their three children, 0. 0. Neely Jr. of Madison; Gene P. Neely of Marietta, Ohio; and Mrs. Polly Anne Blalock of Greeley, Colo. They were assisted by women of the church. ANNEDIE'S CLEARANCE SAVING FROM 20,o 50% WIGS i WIGLETS i CASCADES ANNEDIE'S . . BonkAtmritord, Moster Chorge, Loyowoy, ASK About our Charge Won. FAST FILM SERVICE ONLY DAYS \FUKVfLOHtK \KOMCOiMfrUK I Lef us provide you with I fhe b«f service ovoilo- |bteforoH/oorpho»ol I needs--color, b/o land white,' slides, or I movies. 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REFRIGERATOR With Big Frozen Food Compartment · 3 Cabinet Shelves » With Clock and Minute Timer Easy Clean Oven Interior · ··'.-? ='·! GSCM11 See these Jufrnre Values at yeir partMiKttot General Bettrk Dealer. HOME SENTRY TIMER , 342-8353 JJcClynj fc Morgpn Wardens Inc. · KacCorkle Aveiwe S.W 768.009* Help* Protect Your Home! · Police letmiimend o lighted home to tocovroge burgtery.. · Avforoof tCQfly turn tampi on wrhc^nCr you ft hocrw or owcy« · Turns on imofi oppllonccs, too. SPRHGUE Appilichion Tire 2S2-*407 BECKIEY New liver S-^fly Hew River Supply 2$2-*229 4*9-33** LEWlSIWtG HUM rWMl 342-2173

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