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June 13, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 34

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Sunday Gazette-Mail Chflrlesfcn. W«t Virginia 6C--June 13, 1976 Drernea Powell /,s Married To David Hill in Modium MAlMSON-Miss Dremea Louise Powell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. \V. C. Powell, and David Lee Hill, son of Mr. and MRS. D. L. HILL ...farmer DreriH'ii l.tmixi' / Mrs. Dennie Lee Hill, all of Madison, were married at 2 p.m. Saturday in Madison Baptist Church. The Rev. James F. Morton officated. Mrs. R Kdison Hill was soloist and Mrs. Hetty Bennett was organist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Sandy Lambert was her sister's matron of honor. Maid of honor was Miss Cathy Bertalan and Miss Holly Ware, Miss Maria Merandi. Miss Tee Edwards and Miss ,)ane Diamond were bridesmaids. Dennie Hill was best man for his son and ushers were Ed Hill. Rob Ferrell, Danny Hill. Steve Mullins and Chip Shaffer. A reception was held at Riverview Country Club. Following a wedding trip to Florida, the couple will reside at 418 Wendover Ave. in Louisville. Ky. The bride is a grad'uate of West Virginia University in music education and is a member of Delta Gamma Sorority. The bridegroom has a degree in finance from West Virginia University where he belonged to Beta Theta Pi fraternity. He is employed by United States Fidelity and Guaranty Co. in Louisville. Ky. Patricia Ann Hlanar \\ch Louis'A. Clark Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Blanar of South Charleston have announced the marriage on. Saturday of their daughter, Patricia Ann. and Louis Allen Clark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mac Clark of Athalia, Ohio. MRS. L. A. CLARK .former I'lilricin Klnniir Justin Hesson officiated at the Marshall University Campus Christian Center and Linda Curtis, organist, accompanied the soloist. Terry McNear. * * * THE BRIDE was given in marriage by her father. Jenny Maynard of South Charleston was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Neva Lusk of Parkersburg. Kathy Cook of Hunt i n g t o n . Mrs. Becky Rayman of South Charleston and Mrs. Susan Muffet of Florida, cousin of the bride. Keith Swain of Crown City. Ohio, was best man and ushers were David Swain, Larry Dillon, Mark Swain and George Dillon, all of Crown City. + * + THE RECEPTION was held at the Delta Zeta Sorority House, after which the couple left for a trip to the Bahamas. She graduated from South Charleston High School and is a special education major at Marshall where she belongs to Delta Zeta Sorority. Her husband, a graduate of Fairland High School, is an alumnus of Marshall University and is an accountant at Landsdown Mental Center in Ashland, Ky. »S//,s7//i! Marie Loekard 7«s Bride Of Richard Allen Hauunork II Miss Susan Marie Loekard. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James 0. Loekard of Rt. 2, and Richard Allen Hammock II, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Allen Hammock of Oakhurst Drive, were married Friday at the Loudendale Church of the Nazarene by the Rev. W. D. Loekard. uncle of the bride, and the Rev. C. E. Burns, grandfather of the bride. Theresa Belcher furnished the nuptial music and the bride was given in marriage by her father. MRS. JANE Johnson was her sister's matron of honor and maid of honor was Kay Loekard. cousin of the bride. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Chris Warner, cousin of the bride, and Carol Hammock, sister of ACADEMY of BEAUTY CULTURE 7 l i f t Fife Street 346-9603 Chis.Beaulj A c a d e m y Invites You To Enroll Today (Reduced Tuition) MALE FEMALE Get your New Spring p e r m a n e n t * , linn, bli'iiches. and hairstyles here ot budget prices Ail types haircuts for male ond tema'e BRING THIS COUPON AND RECEIVE CONDITIONER AND T a STYLING LOTION WITH ANY SHAMPOO HAIR STYLE J We hove the New Umperr pi'rmonpnts. Pin- enin Plus perronenh of le« than ; - lenular price Proton Prnrtraiio-Kii ; · regular price MRS. R. A. HAMMOCK II . . . jttrtni'r Sustin /.orA'tirr/ the bridegroom. Judy Loekard. another cousin, was junior bridesmaid. Tammy Detamore was the flowergirl and Stephanie Shanks was trainbearer. Ken Hudson was best man and ushers were David Johnson, brother-in-law of the b r i d e . Darrell Loekard, Jim Loekard, brothers of the bride, and Scott Hammock. brother of the bridegroom. + * * A RECEPTION was held at the CIO Hall, after which the couple left for a trip to Pipestem. They will reside at Rt. 2. Box 2!0, Charleston. Both are graduates of George Washington High School. She attended Carver Career and Technical Center and is employed byGuthrie Morris Campbell Co. Her husband also attended C a r v e r . He is employed by the Glenn Paint and Wallpaper Co." Make Him Smile From Henry's ·LONDON FOG / LIGHTWEIGHT JACKETS' · GOLF SHIRTS ·PULLOVER SHIRTS · STRAW HATS OFW.VA. ST. ALBANS MALL RALEIGH MALL MONTGOMERY CHARLESTON St. Albans Beckley 3rd Ave. Capitol St. Shoilah Mario Lipsoomb, Patricia Louiw McCluuy ]) oim js (m I). Tieman Wed Bride of Jumc* IT. H U R R I C A N E - Miss Sheilah M a r i e Lipscomb. d a u g h t e r of Mr. and Mrs. Braxron L. Lipscomb of Hurricane, became the bride of Dennison David Tieman, son of Mrs. Jessie Marie Tieman of Portsmouth. Ohio, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday MRS. D. D. TIEMAN , former SHcilnli Ijjtscnrnb in the First Baptist Church here. The Rev. S. Ward Robinson officiated and music was provided by Mr. and Mrs. Dale Riley. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. Mrs. Brent Tackett of Milton was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Laura Lee Briggs of Warminster. Pa . cousin of the brid'e and Miss Sandy Valerio of Hurricane. Lisa Farren of Hurricane and Timmy Tieman of Portsmouth, the bridegroom's nephew, were flowergirl and ringbearer. * * * PAT BARTLETT of Portsmouth served as best man. Ushers were Larry Tieman. also of Portsmouth, nephew of the bridegroom, and .Jim Goodwin of South Point. Ohio. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Kentucky. They will live at Rt. 75. Shoals. Mrs. Tieman is a graduate of Hurricane High School and is employed by Service Wholesale Inc.. Culloden. Her husband graduated from Portsmouth West High School and has a B. S. degree in psychology from Ohio University. He is assistant Manager of the Ona Foodland store. LF.WISBLTU; - Marriage vows were exchanged Saturday at the Lewisburg l"n- ited Methodist Church by Miss Patricia Louise McClung. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. MRS. J. W. NEMITZ Terrii Limn Kaducr Bride (/ i / «/ Of Larru Richard Hoiilman ,/ i / i / . former I'ntricirt Mc SCOTT DEPOT - The Rev. Harold Pritt o f f i c i a t e d S a t u r d a y at the M o u n t Vernon Baptist Church when Miss Terry Lynn Badger became the bride of Larry Richard Hoylman. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Badger of Scott Depot and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Hoylman. Alan Maddox played the nuptial music and the bride was given in marriage by her father. Dawn Puckett was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Debra Sanchez. Sandra Smith. Kim Hodges and Kim Badger, sister of the bride. * * * THE BRIDEGROOM had his father as best man. Ushers were Carl Wilson. Joe Gillette. Charles Tinsley and John Hodges. A reception was held in the church social hall and-a buffet dinner for out-of- town guests was held at the Kim Tiki. The newlyweds will reside in St. Albans f o l l o w i n g a honeymoon in the Pocono Mountains. The bride is a junior majoring in speech pathology at Marshall University where she belongs to Phi Mu Sorority. She is employed temporarily at the Department of Motor Vehicles. Her husband attended Marshall, belonging to Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. He is vice president of Hoylman and Huffman Inc. and is owner of the West Virginia Auto Auction. MRS. L. R. HOYLMAN . . . former Terry limlger Miss Xuiico, D.L.Thaxton Are Married HURRICANE-Miss Sandra Kay .Nance. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Nance of Hurricane, became the bride of Daniel Lee Thaxton, son of Ralph Thaxton of Leon and Mrs. Jacqueline Thaxton of Gallipolis. Ohio, at 6 p.m. S a t u r d a y in the Freewill Baptist Church here. The Rev. Claude W. Brown officiated and music was provided by Terry Lynn Erwin. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Susan Adkins was maid of honor and Jamie Stanton served as best man. Ushers were Edward and David .Nance, brothers of the bride. Following a reception at the Nance home, the couple left for a southern wed- ing trip. They will live at Martin Lane. Culloden. Mrs. Thaxton is a graduate of Marshall University and is employed by Rite-Aid. Her husband, a graduate of Buffalo High School, attended M. U. He is employed by Union Carbide Corp. Kugene McClung of Lewisburp. and .lame- Walter Nemitz. son of Mr. and Mrs Walter Nemiix of Wayne. N J The Rev. Rosseau .McClung. g r a m i i a t h - er of the bride, and the Rev. Harold FJ- mere. pastor of the host church. officiai-.M and Mrs. Burr Shaver furnished the music. a * * THE BRIDE was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Joseph Hodge of Charleston. S.C.. was matron of honor and Elisa Goglia of Potomac. Md.. was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Debbie McClung. sister-in-law of the bride. Lorraine Nemit/.. sister of the bridegroom. Cindy Gorman of Bel A i r . Md.. Becky Johnson of Durham. N.C . and Margaret Pearson of Alexandria. Va. George Nemilz was best man for his b r o t h e r and ushers were Al I l r e h a in Wayne. N.J., cousin of the bridegroom. Dave McClung. brother of the bride. K i m bal Dooley of New C a a n . Conn.. C h u c k Forrest of'Richmond. Va.. John Gillespie of Aberdeen. Md.. and Tony Quinn of Paris. France. A RECEPTION was held at the General Lewis Motor Inn. after which the couple left for a southern wedding trip. She graduated from Greenbrier East High School and is a senior dental hygiene student at the Medical College of Virginia. Her husband graduated from Wayne Hills High School and from Randolph Macon College in Ashland, Va. He will be a graduate student in anatomy at the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond, where they will reside. WEARFPROUDIOANNOUNCL LINEN LAMINATING FORPHOlOGRAPHSCtRllfiCAlES "Moulding of jll lypei ·Nwdtepoint "EmbroicJflfiej HARPER'S Hours9to4 32% Capitol St. 34J2881 rhttlennn Vi.Va Forthcoming Marriages Are Made Known \Varner-Stotts BUFFALO-Mr. and Mrs. Romie C. W a r n e r of B u f f a l o are announcing the forthcoming marriage of their daughter. Robin Lynn, to Steven Bradley Stotts. son of Mr. and Mrs. James Stotts of Eleanor. The open-church wedding will take place on at 5:30 p.m. Saturday in the Otter Branch United Methodist Church in Buffalo. The bride-elect and her fiance are graduates of Buffalo High School. He is employed at the John Amos plant. BurdeUe-BookiT Miss Palma Jean Burdette. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Burdette of Kanawha Two Mile, and Edward F. Booker, son of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Booker of Harper Drive, will be married June 25 in a service to be held at the Southern Kitchen. She is a dietary supervisor for the Lexington House Nursing Home in Kanawha City and her fiance was the owner of Fair Deal Used Cars. Cookr-Barker MADISON - The engagement of Miss Kitty Lynn Cooke to Arthur Leon Barker Jr.. son of Mrs. Bebe Barker and Arthur Leon Barker Sr. of Madison, has been announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Cooke. also of Madison. An early September wedding is being planned. Walker-Simmons An open church ceremony at 7 p.m. June 26 in the Hernshaw United Methodist Church is being planned by Patti Walker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Walker of Hernshaw. and Paul W. Simmons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Simmons of Dawes. Miss Walker is employed at the Kanawha Valley Bank and her fiance is an em- ploye of the Carbon Fuel Co. They are graduates of East Bank High School. Hinvell-Wwkman Mrs. Betty Howell of Chesapeake is announcing the forthcoming marriage of her d a u g h t e r . Donna Elaine, to Hobert F. Workman, son of Mrs. Myrtle Workman, also of Chesapeake. The wedding will take place J u l y 9 in the Assembly of God Church at Chesapeake. Miss Howell is a graduate of East Bank High School and is employed by Crowder P r i n t i n g Co. Her f i a n c e , a g r a d u a t e of Charleston High School, is employed by Heck's. Travel Xc.wx We will be glad to chronic l e y o u r c o m i n g s a n d goings, your visits and visit o r s . C a l l t h e G a z e t t e W o m a n ' s D e p a r t m e n t . 348-5175. Oeer-Chuivh The forthcoming marriage of Miss Colleen Rae Greer to Roger A. Church, son of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Church of Elkview, has been announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Greer of Elkview. The ceremony will take place July 17 at the Elmore Advent Christian Church. Miss Greer and her fiance are graduates of Herbert Hoover High School. She attended Morris Harvey College and is employed by Carbon Fuel and he is a student at Morris Harvey and is an agent for the Travelers Insurance Co. Reid-debharl MONTGOMERY - Marsha Lee Reid and Bruce Eugene Gebhart are planning a July 31 wedding at the Montgomery Presbyterian Church here. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mrs. Betty Jo Arbaugh of Montgomery and Everett L. Reid of Campbells Creek. Parents of the prospective bridegroom arc Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Gebhart of Zanesville. Ohio. Miss Reid is a teacher in Fayette County and her fiance is a public relations representative for Kanawha Valley Memorial Gardens. \Vhiii a r e v o l u t i o n a r y idea! Bake and decorate a Bicentennial calse the easy Wilton Way. 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