Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 13, 1976 · Page 38
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 38

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 13, 1976
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IOC-June 13, 1976 Sunday Gazette-Mail Charleston, Weil Virgin* Kimberly Foster Is Bride Of Stephen A lion Cakhvoll HURRICANE - Miss Kimbcrly Foster, ter of Hurricane and Stephen Allen Cald- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Douglas Fos- well, son of.Mr. and Mrs. Olen C. Caldwell of Hurricane, were married Saturday at the Hurricane First Church of the Nazarene by the Rev. Harold Smith. Marsha Meadows, organist, and Carol Moran, pianist, played the nuptial music and the bride was given in marriage by her father. A reception was held in the bride's home. MRS. S. A. CALDWELL . . .former Kimberly fouler MAID OF honor was Lisa Dawn Lucas, cousin of the bride. Bridesmaids were Caroline Yvette Foster, sister of the bride. Christie Clay Caldwell. sister of the bridegroom and Pamela McGue. Carol Caldwell was his brother's best man and ushers were Michael Scott Foster, brother of the bride. Charles Lucas, cousin of the bride, and James Lee. After a wedding trip to the Greenbrier Hotel, the couple will reside at Rt. 3, Box 71-A. Hurricane. Both are graduates of Hurricane High School. He graduated from West Virginia State College and is a teacher at Dunbar High School. Dolly Cain, Robert L. Campbell Married Friday in Baptist Rite .·Miss Dolly Cain, daughter of Mrs. Thel- maF. VarianCainof521 Mary St., and Orville F. Cain Sr. of Frame, became the MRS. R. L. CAMPBELL JR. . . . former Dolly C.iiin bride of Robert L, Campbell Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Campbell Sr. of 507 Mary St.. Friday in Mount Calvary Baptist Church. The Rev. Dana Snodgrass o f f i c i a t e d and music was provided by Mike Todd. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Carol Vickers was matron of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Sunshine Cain, sister-in-law of the bride, Brenda Lewis and Patty Beck. Melissa Withrow, cousin of the bride,was junior bridesmaid. * * * JOHN VICKERS was best man for his brother-in-law. Ushers were Butch Cain, brother of the bride.'Freddy Williams and J. D. Hughes. A reception was held at the Pythian Building. The couple is planning a wedding trip at a later time. They will live at 313'/2 Lee St.. W. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell are graduates of Stonewall Jackson High School. She is employed by the West Virginia Department of Finance and Administration. He is employed by Sparr's Produce. Miss Diana Bane Is Married To Ralph Bennett on Friday . BUFFALO -- Miss Diana Bane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy D. Bane of Buffalo, became the bride of Ralph Bennett, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Bennett of Leon, on Friday in the Walker Chapel Bible Church at Robertsburg. The Rev. David Panaro and Pastor David Smith officiated and music was provided by Carolyn Garrison and Donna Ball. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Beverly Sayre. sister of the bride, was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Peggy Porter and Joy Wedge, sister of the bridegroom, and Dola Alexander. Lola Garrison and Hal Garrison were flowergirl and ringbearer. + + + GEORGE BENNETT served as best .man for his son. Ushers were Darrell Sayre. Don Garrison and Stan Garrison. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Kentucky. They will live in Buffalo. Mrs. Bennett is a graduate of Buffalo High School and West Virginia Career College. She is employed by M W Distributors. Nitro. MRS. RALPH BENNETT . . . former Dinrui lltine Her husband g r a d u a t e d from Point Pleasant High School and is employed by Dennv Hill Construction Co. Engagement News The Charleston Gazelle and Sunday Gazette-Mail no longer accept photographs with engagement announcements. Completion of plans stories will not he used. The increasing number of announcements requires t h a t we limit the space, so that items of more general interest may ho used. We will continue to use photographs accompanying wedding stories submitted within our deadlines. BEDDING PLANTS Petunias -- Marigolds -- Scarlet Sage -Ageratums -- Coleus -- Impatients -Sweet Allysums and Celosia \ We now have a fresh selection of foliage plants for the indoors along with a large' variety of Cacti -- in all shapes and sizes.' We carry a complete inventory of plant supplies, pottery, insecticides, literature on how to care for plants, and seeds to STADLER GREENHOUSE NITRO END OF ST. ALBANS NITRO BRIDGE OPEN DAILY 8 TO 7 _ SUNDAY 12 TO 7 Kdthle.eii Ann Stentz Bride Of Jo Powcrx C I N C I N N A T I , Ohio - S t . W i l l i a m Church here was the setting Saturday for the marriage of Miss Kathleen Ann Stentz. d a u g h t e r of Mr. and Mrs. R o b e r t John Stentx of Cincinnati, and Jo Powers Per- MRS. J. P. PERSINGER . . . farmer Knllilcfn Stentz singer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Persinger of Charleston. W. Va. The Rev. David Kelley officiated and the bride was given in marriage by her father. Dorice Ann Schurr of Cincinnati, Marjorie Ziegler of Southgate. Ky., Elizabeth Persinger and Mary Frances Persinger of Charleston and Mrs. Joseph Persinger and Mrs. Joseph Persinger of Arlington. Va.. attended the bride and Joseph Persinger was best man. * * * USHERS WERE Thomas Persinger and Timothy Gibbons of Charleston, John Blaha of Lakewood and John Steiner of Cincinnati. The couple left for a honeymoon in Cape- Cod following a reception at the Cuvier Press Club. The bride attended the University of Cincinnati. Her husband has a B.S. degree in business administration from Xavier University and a master's degree in the same field from the University of Cincinnati. He is a second lieutenant stationed with the 101st Airborne Division of the Army at Clarkesville. Tenn., where they will reside. Catherine Miller Married To Robert H. Xeff Jr. Catherine Miller, daughter of Mrs. Wilford H. Bailev of South Charleston and the MRS. R. H. NEFF JR. . .former Cnlherinv Miller late Mr. Glenn W. Miller, was married Saturday to Robert H. N e f f Jr.. son of Mrs. Nina Neff of Longview Drive and the late Mr. Robert Neff. The Rev. Arnold Belcher officiated at St. Paul's United Methodist Church in St. Albans.Audrey Shadburn. organist, accompanied the vocalist. Kristi Wick, and the bride was given in marriage by her stepfather, Wilford Bailey. * * * MRS. MARSHA Pratt was matron of honor for her sister and bridesmaid was Pam Potter. Jeary Neff was his brother's best man and guests were seated by David Slavens. After a reception at the church, the couple left for a trip to Myrtle Beach. S.C. They will reside in South Charleston at 3004 Shepherd Ave. The bride, a graduate of South Charleston High School, is employed at Charleston Federal Savings and Loan. Her husband has a B.S. degree from West Virginia Institute of Technology and is employed by the State Construction Co. J//N-S Belli/ June Jordan Bride Of T.honwx A. Jcnninyx Xalur Miss Betty June Johnson, daugnter of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby W. Johnson of Hurricane, became the bride of Thomas A. Jennings, son of Mr. and Mrs. Basil Jennings of Frame. Saturday in the Grace Baptist Temple at St. Albans. The Rev. John Crcmeans officiated and music was provided by Lois Sypott and Dudley Bur- S ess ' · u i, The bride was given in marriage by her father. Sheila Johnson was maid of honor for her sister and bridesmaids wore Lisa Johnson, sister-in-law of the bride, and Linda Adkins. all of Hurricane, and Sharon Napier of Milton. Dee Dee Caldwell was flowergirl and Skipper Jennings was ring- bearer. Benny Rucker of Elkview served as best man. Groomsmen were Mike Johnson and Greg Johnson of Hurricane, brothers of the bride, and David Jennings of Frame, brother of the bridegroom. Following a reception at Temple Hall in St. Albans. the couple left for a wedding trip to Cincinnati. Ohio. They will live at 3602'^McCorkle Ave..SE. Mrs. Jennings is a graduate of Hurricane High School and is a former employe of A-Z S u p e r m a r k e t of H u r r i c a n e . Her MRS. T. A. JENNINGS ...former Hetty June Johnton husband graduated from DuPont High School and is employed by Ted Keif fer and Co., Inc. First Bridge Brunch Wednesday The Home Life Department of the Worn- are asked to bring their own cards. . ,-,, i. .r /-.i !,,,,.,,,, ,,.;n hnlH i t s first Thp n f f a i r is onen to the Dublic ai an's Club of Charleston will hold its first summer bridge brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday in the clubhouse. There will be table prizes and players The affair is open to the public and reservations should be made by Monday with Mrs. Edward W. Lampton 343-2122 or Mrs. Allen Temple 984-1481. WINDOW SHOP AT HOME ~$ Just call us. ?, We'll bring out *! a big selection ill' of carpet and W ,, , T: walipaper samples you can see right in your own home. Pick your pattern ,.J* without moving "~*S3 * from your chair. 1012 Bridge Road WALL. COVERINGS Carolvn Blame Is Bride i Of Daniel Gerkin Saturday MRS. D. R. GERKIN . . former Carolyn Hlnine The Rev. DeSales Young officiated Saturday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church when marriage vows were exchanged by Miss Carolyn N. Elaine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Elaine of St. Albans. and Daniel R. Gerkin. son of Mr. and Mrs. C R Gerkin of Sulfur. La. Nancy L. McClure. soloist, was accompanied by Betty Eakin. organist, and the bride was given in marriage by her father. VICKI J. SHAVER was maid of honor and Ginger L. Bruce and Kristen M. Lusk were usherettes. Ben E. Lusk was best man. After a reception at Kanawha Country Club the couple left for a honeymoon at Hilton Head Island. S. C. They will reside at 101 Woodstock Place. She is a journalism student at West Virginia University, having graduated from St Albans High'School. and her husband, a graduate of Magnolia High School in New Martinsville, is a graduate of the WVU School of journalism He is vice president of the West Virginia Surface Mining and Reclamation Assn. TO BE HONORED at a day of celebration at 1:30 p.m. June 20 is Mrs. John G. Harrison whose term of office as a member of the grand council of the Women of the Moose will end July 8. All West V i r g i n i a chapters have been invited to the meeting at the Moose Lodge on First Avenue in Nitro. Correction The wedding of Mary Elizabeth Wilbur and William Joseph Capito will take place on Oct. 9 not Oct. 19 as listed in last Sunday's paper. Whoi you come into Gallery, ice l-^j^ff'/ treat yon /''/^"p like (he /I V /4M1 .star ' ' '' h you re // ' \V /:. ; «'«;"' / .X^p, ; to be. I ,' '\$ ;, r DIAMOND RING GALLERY LILLYS' R S ··Por Gid^ You'll Givp With Pride" DUNBARVIUAGE SHOPPING CENTER IOCAH BECKLEY OUHBAR NEW MARTIHSVILLE RingilromSIOOloSlO.OOO T.nL.Mi.v h.. REGISTER NOW-Classes Start July 5th · Secretarial · Fashion Merchandise 9 Accounting ©Medical Transcriptionist · 2 Year Associate Business Degree Financial Aid Available- Veteran Educational Benefits Day vemng CALL COLLECT 343.2435-342-8622. WEST VIRGINIA CAREER COLLEGE Corner Capitol Lee Sts.Cheirle5toh/W.ya. Phone 343-7533 HERCULONS Plaids-Solids-Stripes Entire Stock 6 95 to 9 95 NYLON TEXTURES $ 14" 3 9 5 to4 9 5 TAPESTRIES Entire Stock $IA9 , S ' IA | 6 » 5 to6 ° ° 9S NYLON PRINTS 14 3 i 4 Entire Stock 95 TEXTILE MILLS CLOTH SHOP 5303 MacCorlde Ave. S. W. So. Charleston Phone 768-6661 HOURS: Sunday 1 to 6, Mon. thru Fri. 9:30 to 9:00, Sot. 9:30 to 5:30

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