Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 2, 1974 · Page 82
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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 2, 1974
Page 82
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8F --June 2.1974 Sundav basettv-Mail ---Charleston. West Virginia Blevins-Burdette Bridal Held Married Saturday evening at St. A n t h o n y C a t h o l i c Church by the Rev. John Lipinski were Miss Bridget Mary Burdette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Russell Burdette of Woodhaven Drive, and Timothy Morgan Blevins. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blevins of Welch. Music for the double-ring service was furnished by Mrs. R o n a l d H a r r i s a n d K a y Lowther, and the bride was given in marriage by her father. Mary Miragliotta was maid of honor and Mrs. Anne Burdette. sister-in-law of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Roseanne McDonnell, sister of the bride. Linda Blevins. sister of the bridegroom. Caro- lyn Shalhoup and Jeannie Scragg. The flowergirl was Melody Blevins. * * * CALVIN BLEVINS was his brother's best man and ushers were Paul Burdette, brother of the bride, Larry McDonnell, brother-in-law of the bride, Joseph Suppa, Thomas Esham and Lonnie Nunley. The couple left for a short wedding trip following a reception at the Mountaineer Room in Belle. They will reside at 80 Wingfield Lane. The bride graduated from Charleston Catholic High School and attended Marshall University. She is secretary to Mayor John G. Hutchinson. Her husband attended West Virginia University and is employed by Columbia Gas Co. Ann Carol Benton Miss Pelzel Married Friday Married Saturday MRS. T.M. BLEVINS . former Bridget Burdette Amy Chambers Is Married MRS. C.R. HUBER JR. . . . former Amy Chambers In a home ceremony performed by the Rev. J. Harrell Harper Saturday. Miss Amy Louise Chambers became the bride of Lt. Charles Robert Huber Jr. The wedding took place in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Chambers of Wood Road. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robert Huber of Naples, Fla. Nuptial music was provided by Bill Holdren. Miss Nanci Goldman of Skokie. 111., was maid of honor and Miss Meg Chambers, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. James Norman Huber, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. The reception was held at Edgewood Country Club. * * * MRS. HUBER attended the Miss Condo Bride Of John T. Spoede In a chapel service at the First Presbyterian Church of Charleston on Saturday. Miss Deborah Sue Condo became t h e b r i d e o f J o h n T r a v i s Spoede. She is the daughter of Mrs. Phyllis Barber and a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hudson, all of South Charleston. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. William F. Spoede of Walnut Road. Officiating was the Rev. Harrell Harper and n u p t i a l music was provided by the bride's aunt and uncle. Freda and Leon Hudson. THE BRIDE was given in Crisp Casual marriage by her grandfather. Matron of honor was Mrs. Becky Pauley and other at- PR1NTED PATTERN Begin your busy day brightly with this crisp, uncluttered dress. Perky boti- and zig-zag yoke add charm. Choose Dacron-and-cotton checks, prints. Printed Pattern 4765: Half Sizes lOte, 12l/!t, 14tt, 16'/J, 18V2. She 14tt (bust 37) takes /·% yards 60-inch fabric. Send Sl.OO for each pattern. Add 25c for each pattern fur first-class mail and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, Sunday Gazette-Mail Pattern Depl., 243 West 17th St., AVit York, \. V. 10011. Print SAME. ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE and STYLE MMBEK. DOLBLE BOMS! Choose one pattern free in A'eic SI'RI.\'G- SL'MMER Pattern Catalog. Gi't one free pattern printed inside. 100 beautiful fashions, all sizes. Send 75c nou: ,\etc! Sen' + Knit Boots-has basic tissue pattern S1.25 Instant Sewing Book Sl.OO Instant Fashion Book... Sl.OO MRS. J. T. SPOEDE . . . former Deborah Sue Condo tendants included Melody Hudson, cousin of the bride, Suzannah Spoede, sister of the bridegroom, and Jenifer Car- nifix. Jim Petry served as best man and Bill Spoede, brother of the bride. Walter Emond and Bruce Britt were ushers. A reception followed in the church's social room. MRS. SPOEDE is a graduate of South Charleston High School and will work at the Chemical Bank in South Charleston after their honeymoon to Orlando, Fla. A graduate of George Washington High School and a magna cum laude graduate of West Virginia State College, her husband will be employed by Union Carbide in South Charleston. His bachelor's degree is in business administration with a specialization in accounting. How Can If Q. When loose bristles come out of my paintbrush and embed themselves in a freshly-painted surface, what can I do? A. Remove them with an eyebrow tweezers. An old pocket comb will also dislodge them. Q. How can I freshen shredded coconut? A. Soak it in fresh milk to which you have added a dash of sugar, let it soak for several minutes before using. Another method is to place it in a sieve over boiling water and steam it until it is moist. Q. How can I deal with mascara stains on fabrics? A. In the case of washables, these stains are usually removable by laundering in soap and water. In the case of un- washables, work in an absorb- est (fuller's earth, cornstarch or talcum powder), let stand, . then brush out. Repeat several times, if necessary. Q. How can I b r i g h t e n chromium easily and quickly? A. By polishing with a dry cloth containing some baking sotfn. University of Miami in Florida and is finishing her education at Mary Hardin-Baylor College in Texas. H e r h u s b a n d g r a d u a t e d from the University of Miami and served as a cavalry officer at Ft. Hood. Tex. He is a member of ODK and Scabbard and Blade. After returning from a honeymoon to New Orleans. La., the couple will reside in Killeen. Tex. Riverlawn Presbyterian Church in St. Albans was the setting on Saturday for the wedding and reception when Miss Ann Carol Benton became the bride of William Taylor Salmons. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Benton of Nitro, and his parents are Mrs. Vera K. Salmons of Kenova and James Salmons of Wayne. * * * THE REV. David Williams performed the ceremony and the bride was given in marriage by her father. .Nuptial m u s i c was f u r n i s h e d by Emma Rose Cavender, vocalist, and Wanda Collins, organist. Mrs. Kay Fenwick was matron of honor for her cousin. Janet McKown and Renee Chandler were bridesmaids, Robyn Chandler was junior bridesmaid, and Jo Lynn Collins was flowergirl. Jay Brown served as best man, and ushers included Charles Howard, Roger Muncy and Scott Rice. A G R A D U A T E of N i t r o High School, the former Miss Benton attended West Virginia University and will continue her education at the radiol- ogic technology school of Presbyterian University Hos- MRS. W. T. SALMONS . . .former Ann Benton pital in Pittsburgh. Pa., where they will make their home. Her husband, a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, has accepted a position with Mesta Machine Co. in Pittsburgh. He is an ai- umnus of Ceredo-Kenova High School and WVU. where he earned his B.S. degree in civil engineering.. Barbara Persinger Is Saturday Bride MRS. S. W. SCHUMACHER . . . .former Barbara Persinger The Rev. B e r n a r d W. Schmitt officiated Saturday at Sacred Heart Church when Miss Barbaia Persinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Persinger of Poca, became the bride of Stephen W. Schumacher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schumacher of Charleston. Paul Holland furnished the music and the bride was given in marriage by her father. » * * MRS. NANCY Raynes was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Connie McGrew, Mrs. Sandi Keeling and Mrs. Susie Thomas, sister of the bride. The bridegroom had his father as best man and Don Hayford, Roger Keeling and Bud Parker as ushers. The couple left for a trip to Myrtle Beach, S. C., following a reception at the church. They will reside in Charleston. She attended Poca High School and he graduated from Morris Harvey College and is employed by the Kroger Co. in South Hills. Miss Hesson Bride Of Virgil Roberts POINT PLEASANT - Miss Martha Ann Hesson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Glen Hesson of Point Pleasant, and Virgil Lee Roberts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Davis Roberts III of Elkview, were married Friday at St. Marks Episcopal Church in St. Albans with the Rev. Hal White officiating. Mrs. Vivian Persinger, organist, and Mrs. Barbara Tabor, soloist, furnished the nuptial music and the bride was given in marriage by her father. * * * MRS. SANDRA Monroe was matron of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Mrs. June Hesson, sister-in-law of the bride, Mrs. Nancy House and Sandy Osborne. Lori Ann Hesson. niece of the bride. and Nancy Louise Roberts, sister of the bridegroom, were the flowergirls and Robert Alan Monroe, nephew of the bride, was ringbearer. The bridegroom had his father as best man. Ushers were Joseph David Hesson. · brother of the bride. Charles Bradley and Richard Scott Master. * * * AFTER A reception at the church, the couple left for a trip to Pipestem State Park. They will reside in St. Albans at 102 Hampshire Dr. A graduate of Point Pleasant High School and Charlest o n M e m o r i a l H o s p i t a l ' s school for laboratory technicians, she is a technician at Memorial Division of the Charleston Area Medical Center. MRS. V. L, ROBERTS . . . .former Martha Hesson Her husband, a graduate of Huntington High School, attends West Virginia State College and is employed at the Classic Shoe Store. Pamela Phelps Says Vows The First Presbyterian Church of South Charleston nuptial music was provided by Clara Hall, vocialist, and Terri Moore, organist. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Herbert A. Rhodes Jr. MATRON OF HONOR was Mrs. Joseph W. McLaughlin, sister of the bride, and bridesmaids included Nancy Slusser, Donna Pate, Debbie Dickert, Patty Garten, Denise Althouse, Mrs.'M. A. McCown and Elizabeth Annie. Flower- girl was Amy Jo McLaughlin, niece of the bride, and ring- bearer was Jason Davis. Steve Dye served as best man and ushers included Jimmy Phelps, brother of the bride, M. A. McCown and Harvey Jett. The reception was held at the church. Mrs. Hall graduated from South Charleston High School and is employed by Blue Cross and Blue Shield. Her husband graduated from Stonewall Jackson High School and West Virginia State College. He is employed by FMC Corp. The couple will reside in Dunbar after a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, S. C. MRS. M. A. HALL . . . . former Pamela Phelps was the setting, Friday for the marriage of Miss Pamela Sue Phelps to Mark Anthony Hall. She is the daughter of Mrs. Veda L. Phelps of South Charleston and -the late Mr. James K. Phelps and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hall of Garrison Avenue. The Rev. Robert Pate per- f o r m e d ' t h e ceremony and HAVING A | GARAGE SALE?. Let the Whole Town Know About I f ! Pliice a Lo* Cost Want Ad Today Qall 348-4848 Cle'ments OPEN SUNDAYS Family Buffet from 11:30 to 3:30 Adults 2 Children $ f 95 10 and under I Phil Ramirti Duo Entertaining in the Evening SALAD BAR EVERY EVENING Cle'ments Supper Club 2805 Kanawha Blvd. E. 925-7843 In a candlelight service on Friday at Christ Church United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Aldred Wallace officiating, Miss Susan Ellen Pelzel became the bride of Stephen Warner Mitchell. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pelzel of Charleston and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. James W. Mitchell of Houston, Tex. Nuptial music was provided by Charles Greybill and the bride was given in marriage by her father. MISS SARAH Agnew was maid of honor and bridesmaids included Kim Pelzel, sister of the bride, Margaret Green, Katherine Brown, Joni Peterman of Akron, Ohio, and Sue Prine of Northfield, 111. Joseph Mitchell of Houston, brother of the bridegroom served as best man. Ushers included Tim and Mark Pelzel, brothers of the bride; Mark Dehaven of Cranford, N.J.; Roland Keddie of Irwin, Pa.; Ramsey Crosby of Monkton, Md.; Phillip Hertzel of Greton, Conn.; and Michael Donoghue of Douglastown, N.Y. A reception followed at the Charleston Tennis Club. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell graduated in May from Marietta (Ohio) College. They will honeymoon at the Greenbrier H o t e l i n W h i t e S u l p h u r Springs. MRS. S. W. MITCHELL . . .former Susan Pehel Rita Kay Carpenter Is Bride- Miss Rita Kay Carpenter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Carpenter of Elkview, became the bride of Kenneth Ray Pritt Jr., son of the Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Pritt of Bobby Pritt. cousins of the bridegroom, and Randy Proctor were ushers. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a southern wedding trip. They will live at Grapevine, Tex. Mrs. Pritt graduated from Herbert Hoover High School and attended Morris Harvey College. She is a member of the Order of the Rainbow for Girls and Order of the Eastern Star. H e r h u s b a n d g r a d u a t e d from DuPont High School and Glenville State College with a B.A. degree in business administration. He is employed by the City of Grapevine as city secretary and personnel manager. "CONGRATULATIONS" TO THE Prince Princess .from BAKERIES City wide Delivery of Wedding Cakes 715 BIGLEY AVENUE 346-3210 1224 WASH.E. 342-1242 MRS. K. R. PRITT JR. . . . former Rita Carpenter Rand, on Friday in the Mount Tabor U n i t e d M e t h o d i s t Church. The bridegroom's father officiated and music was provided by Donnie Carpenter and Terry Taylor. The bride was given in marriage by her father and her sister, Mrs. Harold Proctor, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Tina Carpenter, another sister, Vickie Pritt, sister of the bridegroom, and Alice Strieker, cousin of the bride. * « * TERRY CLAY served as best man. Gregg Massey and Election, Meetings Scheduled Officers will be elected for the coming year when members of the Kanawha Valley Temple 498, IBPOE of W meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday. The reg- u l a r t e m p l e m e e t i n g i s planned. The state association will meet in Clarksburg from June 13 to 16 and the national convention is scheduled in New York City from Aug. 10 to 17. A chartered bus is planned for the national convention and will make stops in Parkersburg and in Wheeling. Reservations are due by July 31 with the exalted ruler, Thomas J. Watkins or with Minnie W. Hightower, daughter ruler. 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