2E--Auguit 6, 1972 Sunday Gtuette-Mail M Vlrtlnli Midsummer Travelers Return Dr. and Mrs. H. K. Polan have returned to their home on Virginia Avenue, SE, after a two-week motor trip to Canada, Bar Harbor, Maine, and Boston, Mass. Their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Dreyfoos of Cincinnati, Ohio, will arrive today for a short visit with them. Mrs. Robert E. McNeill, wife of the Rev. R. E. McNeil) of Randolph Street Baptist Church, returned Friday from a tour that took her to Russia, Egypt, Syria, Palestine and Rome. Mrs. Roland Cleland of Miami, Fla., is visiting her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. David Cleland, of Lake Chaweva. Miss Leslie Anne Abbot of San Juan, Puerto Rico, arrived Wednesday to visit her grandmother, Mrs. L. L. Abbot of Ruffner Avenue, and her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Chilton III of 1 Scott Rd. MR. AND MRS.* Eugene C. Fuller have returned to their home on Noyes Avenue after visiting in Fairmont with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David B. Crow and . infant son born July 20. Mrs. Crow is the former Miss Jeanie Fuller. Mrs. Charles E. Paul of Houston, Tex., will arrive today for a month's stay in Charleston. She will spend the first two weeks with Mrs. Hugh A. Bailey of Kanawha Boulevard, E. Out-of-town guests attending the wedding of Mrs. Juanita McCollam and Glendale Beck included Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Burks of Orlando, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Lynch of St. Louis, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Leach of Chicago, III.; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Beck of Gainesville, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Martinovich and children, Mary, Dan Jr. and David, of Racine, Wis.; Herbert Burks of Roanoke, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Edward K. Beck of Tarzana, Calif. AMONG out-of-town guests attending the Saturday wedding of Miss Cynthia Ann Denning and David Miles Thompson at Baptist Temple were: Mrs. James Cioffi and daughters Patricia and Lori Beth, Mr. and Mrs. William Barker and children Deborah and William, Mrs. Dorothy Kennedy and daughter Amy Sue, Mr. and Mrs. James Ayers and children Sharon and James, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hunt and daughter Pamela, Mrs. Stanley Presnor, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Walczak, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Pelini, Mr. and Mrs, Rae Creasy and Kim, Mrs. William S. "Emley, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Rogerson, Mrs. Gloria Birney, Tom Birney. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mc- Iltrot, Mr. and Mrs. William Foreman, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Chamberlain, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hassey and George Grannis, all of New Castle, Pa.; Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Flaugher and son Joshua of Ratherford, N.J.; Mr. and Mrs. Milton W. Minarcin of Pittsburgh, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. John P. Rohal of Restin, Va.; Miss Sherry Eades of Atlanta, Ga.; Miss Mollie Talbott of Roanoke, Va.; Mac Vaughn, Cynthia Deitz and Miss Maria Deitz of Richwood; Miss Lynn Sole of Weirton; James Ford Huffman, David Taylor, David THEM Schepp, and Miss Sherry Evans of Wheeling; Ralph Eckles of Beckley; Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Spears of Logan; and Mr. and Mrs. Brentz Thompson and Paul Atkins of Morgantown. * * Â» ' MRS. JOHN M. Stump and son Ashley, of Newark, Del., arrived Saturday to viiit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Douglas of Staunton Avenue. Mrs. Howard Sayre and daughter, Bonita Lev, arrived Tuesday from Honolulu, Ha waii to visit with family and friends. They will be guests in the home of Sen. and Mrs. Brad Sayre of Jackson County. Carolyn Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Moon of St. Albans, has returned from Montreal, N.C., where she represented the Highlawn Presbyterian Church at the World Missions Conference. Miss Judy Hudnall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Tardy of Marmet, left Saturday for a 17-day tour of Europe. In London, England, she will be met by Becky Hudnall and Christine Henderson, former Charlestonians, who are traveling throughout Europe this summer. Miss Hudnall will travel on to Holland, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland and France. She will return Aug. 21. Miss Clark Married In Friday Ceremony MRS. D. J. BOGATAY . . . former Gwendolyn Clark Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ervin Clark of Hansford have announced the marriage on Friday of their daughter, Gwendolyn Marie, to Darryl John Bogatay, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bogatay of Maple Heights, Ohio. The Rev. Harry Rucker and the Rev. William Pollard officiated at the Burnwell Church of the Nazarene. Mrs. Drema Pridiard, soloist, and Ronald L. Neal Jr., organist, furnished a program of nuptial music. ESCORTED BY her father, the bride wore a long white A-line gown having an empire waist and silk puff sleeves accented in sequins. A long silk train was attached at the waist. She carried a lace-covered Bible marked with white roses. Maid of honor was Sheryl Conn and bridesmaids were Leota Clark, Brenda Clark and Regina Clark, all sisters of the bride. Denise Owens was flowergirl for her cousin. William Douglas Hatfieid was best man and ushers were Leonard Ervin Clark, Dennis Doyle Meadows and John David Prichard. Fortin-Stuter Vows Exchanged OUT-OF-TOWN guests who attended the Saturday wedding in Man of Miss Pleasant McKinley Lohn and Robert James Reiner included his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Reiner; his grandmother, Mrs. Michael Alexander; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gross, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Alexander, Robert Cyphert, Mark Boyle, David Dorsey, Mrs. Fred Alexander, Miss Cynthia Angotti and Miss Mary Ann Horton, all of Morgantown; Gia Valerio, Miss Amelia Valerio, Armond Valerio, Mrs. Clara Keenana and Miss Esther McKinley, all of Cincinati, Ohio; Mrs. Walter H. Van Horn and Dwight D. Van Horn of Trenton, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Sloan. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Castle of Columbus, Ohio; Mrs. C. W. Payne of Harrisburg, Pa.; Mrs. W. E. Flannery of St. Petersburg, Fla.; Mrs. Irel Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Hayward Anderson of Tampa, Fla.; Mr, and Mrs. George Alexander, Miss Karen McCabe, Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Rushford, Lee Tallman, Richard Gasper. Gary Acchi- nelli and Albie Scudiere, all of Morgantown. The Rev. John Mendez performed the ceremony at 2 p.m. Saturday in St. Peters Methodist Church at St. Albans when Miss Teresa Lynn Stuter became the bride of Marcel Joseph Fortin. She is the daughter of Mrs. Elaine M. Humphreys of St. Albans and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Fortin of Shelton, Conn. Traditional music was fur- MRS. M. J. FORTIN iormer Teresa Sinter 111 LTI,Y o% TIII; oriv\\ HUH OCEAN FKO.Vr POOL OCEAiSEERMOTEL Midway Between Carolina A Kurc Reach Carolina lleach. .\orili Carolina Â· ROOMS* El HI I K t ||;s Â· 2 KOOI AlÂ» \ltTMKVfS Color TV. Ocean I runt I'....I, Air C ond. A II.-ai All Tvpew Fishing--2 IHcrs \-ar, also (.noil lleMaiiranl.s \earbv M H . \ \ I I M K S . .1.0. H i l l I I I X . I (!.Â» n.^.-llKn^iicT^ I'.O. Uo.v 27 I. .irolina lle;ii-li. \. 1. 2K I'M I'llOM! wished by the organist, Douglas Charuley, and vocalist Debbie Watts, and a reception followed at the St. Albans Woman's Club. # * * GIVEN IN marriage by her stepfather, Marshall L. Humphreys, the bride wore a long empire gown of silk organza, with a bodice of Venise lace. The same lace formed the cuffs of the Camelot sleeves and bordered her chapel-length, mantilla. She carried a cascade of white carnations, stephanotis and baby's breath.';.. Miss Susan Quick was maid of honor and bridesmaids were v,Miss Rebecca Ayers, Miss ' Deborah Feigles and Miss Mary Richardson. Shaun Renee Ring was flowergirl for her cousin. Thomas Griffin served as best man for the bridegroom, who had his brother, Marc Fortin. David Keller and Chris Tirrell for ushers. The bride's brother, Bobby Stuter, was junior usher. + * * MR. AND MRS. Fortin will make their home in Ansonia, Conn., following a wedding trip through the New England states. The former Miss Stuter graduated from St. Albans High School and majored in medical technology at Alderson-Broaddus College, where her husband majored in biolo- gy. She will continue her education at the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut. The bridegroom was graduated from Shelton High School and is employed by Fortin Construction Co. His parents were hosts for the rehearsal dinner at the Rose City Smorgasbord in St. Albans. Prenuptial showers honoring the bride were given by Miss Susan Quick, Miss Becky Ayers, Mrs. Ernest Fortin, Mrs. Denise Prosnick, Mrs. Pauline .Gayer and Mrs. Pierrette Cayer. MRS. H. R. WILCOX JR. . . . former Rita Smith Miss Smith Is Bride JA 214 CAPITOL ST. sSXUP^ ~ittv t l/ CAMPUS 72 In a Saturday evening ceremony at Scary Creek Church of God 1 in Scott Depot, Miss Rita K. Smith, daughter of Mi-, and Mrs. William E. Smith of Nitro, became the bride of Harold Ross Wilcox Cushion your step with Selby's crepe-soled walker. The most comfortable shoe underfoot. red or navy suede (grey and brown to come) 26.00 the pair Jr., son of Harold R. Wilcox Sr. of St. Albans and Mrs. Betty L. Wilcox of Greenview. The Rev. David L. Johnson, cousin of the bride, officiated. Nuptial music was provided by John Valleau, soloist, and Norma Pauley, pianist. * * * GIVEN IN marraige by her father, the bride wore a floor- length gown of white sata- peau. Venise lace and daisy medallions embellished the Victorian neckline, empire bodice and bishop sleeves and 1 encircled the waistline and hemline of her A-line skirt. A shirred crown held her lace- bordered mantilla of imported! English illusion that fell to chapel length. She carried a bouquet of white daisies centered with an orchid. Serving as matron of honor was Mrs. Janice Rice. 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