Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 30, 1972 · Page 51
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July 30, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 51

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2E--July 30. 1972 Sunday Gazette-Mail Chirlnton, WMt Entzmingcr-Milam Rite Performed on Saturday Ramona Gillispie Married Friday Miss Mary Lou Milam, daughter of Mrs. Kathryn R. Milam of Lehigh Acres, Fla., formerly of Belle, and the late . Mr. T. Roy Milam, became the bride of Robert L. Entzminger, son of Mrs. Lottie M. Entzminer of Belle and the late Mr. Robert Entzminger, on Saturday in the Witcher Baptist Church. The Rev. William L. Oliver officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Kay Holtzclaw. Given in marriage by her uncle, Paul H. Milam, the bride wore a floor-length gown of Chantilly lace trimmed with satin ribbon and styled with a high neckline, sheer yoke, bishop sleeves, empire waistline and an A-line skirt which extended to a chapel train. A lace Queen Anne cap held her double-tiered silk illusion veil and she carried her mother of pearl prayerbook with an orchid. MISS PATTY MCCLURE. was maid of honor and Mrs. Cynthia Argus, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Linda McClure were bridesmaids. Robert Monday was best man and ushers were Jeff Gibson and Michael Cole. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Ocracoke Island, N.C. They will live in Houston, Tex., where she has accepted a teaching position and he is working toward a Ph. D. in English at Rich University. MRS. ENTZMINGER grad- MRS. R. L. ENTZMINGER . . . former Mary Lou Milam uated from DuPont High School, has a B. A. degree in English from Morris Harvey College and an M. A. in speech from the University of Alabama. She is a member of Alpha Xi Delta Sorority, Kappa Delta Pi education honorary, Alpha Lambda Delta honorary and Sigma Tau Delta English honorary. Her husband g r a d u a t e d from the same high school and has a B. A. in English from Washington and Lee University. He is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Phi Beta Kappa honorary and was editor of Ring Turn Phi, the W L newspaper. Rebecca White Bride Of Lawrence D. Tharp Miss Rebecca Lee White, daughter of Mr. and Mr?. Kenneth N. White of South Charleston, became the bride of S. Sgt. Lawrence D. Tharp, son of Mrs. Charles Estes of Middletown and the late Mr. Lee Tharp, at 8:30 p.m. Saturday in the First Baptist Church of South Charleston. The Rev. Daniel S. Light and Dr. Warren B. Moyer officiated. Music was provided by Mrs. Kenneth Pugh and Mrs. Daniel S. Light. GIVEN IN MARRIAGE by her father, the bride wore a floor-length gown of silk organza trimmed with Venise lace and satin ribbon. The bodice was designed with a sheer oval yoke and long pinstripe sleeves. The full skirt fell from an empire waistline and was styled with a flounced hemline which extended to a full train. A profile headdress of Venise lace with organza bows held her mantilla of silk illusion and she wore a gold cross, a gift from the bridegroom. She carried her mother's white velvet and lace-covered Bible with a white orchid, daisies and baby's breath. Miss Elizabeth Jean White was maid of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were the Misses Deborah Findley, Jacqueline G r i f f i t h , Susan Pearce, all of South Charleston, Frances Chenoweth of Charleston, Judy Breedlove of St. Albans and Mrs. Donetta Looney of Tampa, Fla. Angela Osborne and David Pearce were flowergirl and ringbear- er. S. Sgt. David D. Looney of Tasty Appetizer For a quick appetizer, combine crab with chopped green onion. Moisten with dairy sour cream and season to taste. Spread over thin slices of cheese. Top with second slice of cheese and chill. Cut into small squares. Secure and serve with toothpicks. MRS. L. D. THARP . . . /ormer Rebecca White Tampa was best man and ushers were Jerry Osborne of Marmet, Jimmy Osborne of Belle, Steve Sydnor of South Charleston, Phillip Povolish of Tampa, Billy Joe and Seibert Michael of St. Albans. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip. They will live in Tampa, where he is serving with the Air Force. * * * MRS. THARP graduated from South Charleston High School and attended Morris Harvey College. H e r husband g r a d u a t e d from Madison High School in Middletown and has served in Germany and Thailand. The bride was honored with luncheons given by Mrs. George Quisenberry and by the Misses Jacqueline Griffith and Frances C h e n o w e t h . Showers were hosted by Mrs. R. C. Pearce Jr., Mrs. Jack C. Maddy Sr., Mrs. C. L. Workman and the Misses Deborah Findley and Judy Breedlove. The bride's parents hosted the rehearsal dinner and bridesmaids' luncheon at their home. Miss Patricia Amelia Shamblen, daughter of Mr. and_ Mrs. Lewis A. Shamblen of Adele Street, became the bride of Darrell Ivan Gillispie Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell I. Gillispie Sr. of Rt. 5, in a candlelight ceremony Saturday at Parsons Chapel Church. The double-ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Roy Shaffer and music was provided by B. I. Bailey, organist, and Mrs. Clarence Raines, soloist. The bride wore a floor- length gown of lace designed and fashioned by her mother- in-law, with a raised waistline, rounded neckline, A-line skirt, and gathered long sleeves with buttoned cuffs. A lace headdress held her chapel veil bordered with lace and she carried a bouquet of white roses, carnations and babys breath. * * * MRS. ALLEN GEORGE was matron of honor. Brides- MRS. D. I. GILLISPIE JR. . . . former Patricia Shamblen maids were Miss Nancy Shamblen, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Romona McCarthy of Pittsburgh, Pa., sister of the bridegroom. Kimberly Randolph was flowergirl. Best man was David Miller. Ushers were Denzel Dorsey and Tim McCarthy, brother- in-law of the bridegroom. Franklin Raines, cousin of the bridegroom, was ringbearer. Following a reception at the Charleston West Side Woman's Club, the couple left for a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, S. C. MRS. GILLISPIE was graduated from Stonewall Jackson High School and is employed by Cotton Optical Co. Her husband, a graduate of Sissonville High School, is a student at West Virginia State College. He is employed by VTN, Inc. The bride was honored at a shower given by Mrs. Allen George and Miss Nancy Shamblen. The bridegroom's parents entertained at the rehearsal dinner at the Bonanza. Miss Woolen Is Bride Of Rev. Richard Casey Constance Lane, G. A. Harper Wed Miss C o n s t a n c e Griffen Lane, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. James William Lane of Woodmere Drive, became the bride of Gerlad Alan Harper, son of Mrs. Alfred M. Harper of Ronceverte and 1 the late Mr. Harper, at 2 p.m. Saturday in Sacred Heart Church. The Rev. Edward Judy officiated and music was provided by Kenneth Richardson. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an Aline gown designed with a lace bodice with short sleeves and the skirt was silk organza ap- pliqued with Venise lace. The same lace bordered her chapel-length mantilla and she carried a colonial bouquet of white daisies, gardenias and baby's breath. MISS ANNE LANE was maid of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Miss Judy Mohler of Charleston and Cullowee, N.C., Miss Charlotte Rolston of St. Marys, Mrs. Christopher Modic of Cincinnati, Ohio and Miss Diane Devlin and Miss Mary Lou Greeves of Washington, D. C. James F. Bain was best man and groomsmen were J. Thomas, Gordon C. and John A. Lane, brothers of the bride; Charles K. Ross, John MRS. G. A. HARPER . . . former Constance Lane Quinlan, Gregory Stamm and Robert G. Harper of Charleston. Mrs. Harper attended Ohio University and has a B.A. degree in psychology from Wheeling College. She is a member of the Junior League of Fairmont and is employed by the CP Telephone Co. She is the granddaughter of Aiden E. Hatton and the late Mrs. Hatton and the late Dr. and Mrs. Clifford MacCalmont Lane, all of Mount Lebanon, Pa. Her husband, grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Corkrean and Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Harper of Ronceverte, is a graduate of West Virginia State College. He is a third year dental student at West Virginia University. Following a wedding trip to Cape Cod, they will live in Morgantown. * * * THE BRIDE was honored with a coffee given by Mrs. Meredith T. Persinger and Mrs. Vincent Reishman. Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Singleton and Dr. and Mrs. William C. Revercomb honored the couple and her brother, J. Thomas Lane and his bride-elect, Charlotte Rolston, with a supper party. Miss Judy Mohler and her mother, Mrs. William E. Mohler, hosted the bridesmaid luncheon at Edgewood Country Club and the rehearsal dinner, also at Edgewood, was given by Dr. and Mrs. John T. Chambers, Dr. and Mrs. A. Thomas McCoy and Mr. and Mrs. Aiden E. Hatton. Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Wise entertained out-of-town guests with a brunch on the morning of the wedding. Vicki Johnson, R. W. Foster Wed In a candlelight ceremony at 7 p.m. Saturday Miss Vicki Jordan daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert (Pete) Jordan of Marmet, became the bride of Richard W. Foster, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hal Foster Jr. of Foster. The Rev. Bill Cornell performed the double-ring ceremony at Reynolds Memorial United Methodist Church and music was provided by Mrs. Mary Katrinie Roy. Given in marraige by her father, the bride wore a gown designed with an empire bod- ice of Venise lace, square neckline and Camelot sleeves. The full circular skirt of silk organza extended to a chapel train which was bordered with matching lace. She wore a heart-shaped necklace, a gift from the bridegroom and carried a white rosebud with a prayerbook given her by her parents. MISS KAY "KINDER was miad of honor for her cousin and bridesmaids were Miss Pixie Lewis and Miss Debbie Clay. Junior bridesmaids were also cousins, Miss Diane Pauley and Miss Michelle Jordan. Charles Foster was best man for his brother. Another cousin, Greg Foster was groomsman and ushers were David Pauley, cousin of the bride, and M. P. Hanger. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a short wedding trip. They will live in San Diego, Calif., where he is serving with the Navy. Mrs. Foster, granddaughter of Mrs. Oma Jordan of Costa and the late Mr. Edward (Ted) Jordan, and Mr. and Mrs. Brady Pauley of Marmet, graduated from Sherman High School. · * * HER HUSBAND, a graduate of the same high school, has completed a tour of duty in Vietnam. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Foster of Racine, Mrs. Mary Lee of Racine and Edward 0. Halloran of Tampa, Fla. The bride was honored with a shower given by her cousins, Mrs. Gloria Snodgrass, Miss Kay Kinder and Mrs. Gladys Robb. The bridegroom's parents hosted the rehearsal dinner. MRS. R. W. FOSTER . former Vicki Jordan get READY ...SET . . . G O to May's for the shoe to start the schoof year. · QUARRIER AT HALE Clearance on all "T" iSummer Merchandise oanclolvno plushy suede en a bouncy crepe sole, in camel or black at 20.00 the pair. Vi PRICE! Stor* Hours: Monday 9:40-8:45 Tues. thru Sot. 9:40-5:00 · LAKE BROWN Miss Reba Sue Wooten, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Thicker of South Charleston, became the bride of the Rev. Richard Lee Casey, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Casey of Wichita, Kan., at 2 p.m. Saturday In the First Church of God. The Rev. Emmitt B. Whakn officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Bar*bara Walters and Craig Gilpin. Given in marriage by her stepfather, the bride wore an A-line silhouette gown ct imported organza and re-embroidered lace designed with .? high keyhole neckline and bishop sleeves. The back fullness of the skirt extended to a chapel train and a Camelot headdress of Alencon lace and seed pearls held her elbow- length veil. She carried 40 sweetheart roses in a cascade bouquet. * * * MISS THERESA HYRE was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Cathy Taylor, Miss Jean Casey, sister of the bridegroom, Miss Teresa Turley, Miss Nicolette Castleberry and Mrs .Connie Shin- gieton. Patricia Whalen and Matthew Taylor were flower- girl and ringbearer. Don Casey was best man for his brother and ushers were Jimmy Harwell, Ted Corns, John Sutherland, Gary Smith and Clinton Dailey. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding t r i p to Daytona Beach, Fla., and Disneyworld. They will live at 607 Grant St. · * * MRS. CASEY graduated from South Charleston High School and has an A.B. degree in art and commerce from West Virginia State College. She is employed as a secre- ~Use~Want Ads. Dial 348-4848 tary in the Governor's Office. Her husband g r a d u a t e d from Friends University with a bachelor's degree in music. He has a master's degree in music from Wichita State University, and also has a maser's degree in religious education from Anderson School of Theology. He is associate pastor at the First Church of God. The bride was honored with showers given by Mrs. Sue Sergent and Mrs. Joan Harwell, by the ladies of the First Church of God and by Miss Thwosa Hyre and Mrs. Connie Shingieton. The bridegroom's parents MRS. R. L. CASEY . . . former Reba Wooten hosted a buffet reception dinner. I lalionaltu -Srcceedllca. 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