Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 6, 1972 · Page 55
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 55

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 6, 1972
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3D--August 6, 1972 Sunday Gai'n*-Mml -CharlntM, W«tt V|r«lnl» Fisher-Smith Pauley-Brown Mr. and Mrs. James W. Fisher of Sissonville are an- nouncjig the engagement of their daughter, Loretta Mae, to James Calvin Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin C. Smith of Duobar. Wedding plans are incomplete. Miss Fisher, a graduate of Sissonville High School, will receive her B. S. degree in elementary education in December from West Virginia State College. Her fiance was graduated from Dunbar High School and received his B. S. degree in business administration and accounting from WVSC. He 's employed by the Department of Highways finance division. Mr. and Mrs. William Keith Pauley of South Charleston have announced the forthcoming marriage of their d a u g h t e r , Janet I-ouise, to Robert Charles Brown of Oxon Hill, Md., son of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Brown of Swansboro, N.C. LORETTA FISHER Kinder-Ficherd Mr. and Mrs.. 1 .. Benton Kinder of 21st Street are announcing the engagement of then- daughter, Dixie Lee, to Frank David Fichera, son of Mrs. Ann Fichera of St. Michael, Pa. The open-church wedding will take place at 5 p.m. Sept. 9 in St. 'Anthony Church. The Rev. William Petro will officiate. DIXIE KINDER Serving as maid of honor will be Miss Ruth Kinder. Bridesmaids will be Miss Andrea Rego, Mrs. Vicki Boggess, Miss Patty Vance and Miss Diana Bird. Flow- ergirl will be Cathy Lightner. Dan F. Helmboldt will be best man and ushers will be James O'Shersky, Cliff Sydell, Anthony Fichera and M. i c h a el Kinder. Johnny Wolfe will be ringbearer. Miss Kinder was graduated from .Stonewall Jackson ·High School., and is employed by the federal gov- e r n m e n t in Washington, D.C. Her fiance, a graduate of Summerhill High School in Sidman, Pa., attended Cambria-Rowe Business College in Johnstown, Pa., and Strayer College in Washington, D.C. Employed by the Shirley Construction Co. in Arlington,''Va., he served with the Navy as a communications technician. Following a wedding trip to California, the couple will reside in the Washington area. JANET PAULEY The wedding will taxe place Sept. S3 at the Del Ray Baptist Church in Alexandria, Va. Miss Pauley a t t e n d e d South Charleston schools and was graduated from West Virginia University with a B. A. degree. She taught at Hanclley High School in Winchester, Va., and is employed now by the Navy Federal Credit Union in Washington, D.C. She is the granddaughter of tine late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Walker Pauley of South Charleston and the late Mayor and Mrs. Albert Van Fitzwater of South Charleston. The prospective bridegroom is a graduate of Swansboro High School, attended East Carolina University and served four years in the Air Force. He is employed by the Navy Federal Credit Union to Washington, D.C. Heatherly-Van Bibber BARBARA SULLIVAN DONNA HEATHERLY Sullivan-Samples Metten-Priestley In an open-church ceremony planned for 8 p.m. on Sept. 8 in McKinnon Memorial Presbyterian Church, Miss Barbara Ann Sullivan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Sullivan of Wood- rums Lane, will become the bride of Sgt. Stephen Joseph Samples, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold w. Samples of Pioneer Drive. The Rev. Keith Wagner of Cross Lanes will officiate and a reception will follow in the church. Miss Sullivan graduated 1 from Dunbar High School, attended West Virginia State College for two years, and is employed by Union Carbide Corp. in South Charleston. Her fiance, who is serving with the Air Force at Barksdale AFB, La., is a graduate of Nitro High School and the National Institute of Computer Professions in Maryland. The Rev. George M. Priestley will perform the opefrchurch ceremony on Aug. 17 in the Davis Creek PAMELA METTEN Church of the Nazarene when Miss Pamela Jean Metten becomes the bride of Marshall Andy Priestley. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Metten of Garden Heights, and he is the son of Mrs.' Lola Priestley-of Lincoln County and the late Mr. H. C. Priestley. Miss Brenda Metten will serve as maid of honor for her sister and Miss Nancy Haynes will be a bridesmaid. Roger Arthur will be best man and the couple's brothers, Thomas E. Metten II and Paul Priestley, will be ushers. A reception will follow in the fellowship hall of the church. , Miss Metten is a graduate of Stonewall Jackson .High School. Her fiance was graduated from Dvual High School and is employed by Vortex Ah-, Inc., at Dunbar. Bias-Moses LINDA BIAS The Rev. and Mrs. Walter E. Bias of Oakhurst Drive 'announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda Sue, to Gary Michael Moses, son of John Michael Moses of Margaret Street and Mrs. Mary Reba Moses of Buffalo, N.Y. Calvary Baptist Church will be the setting for the wedding at 8 p.m. Aug. 26. The father of the bride-elect will perform the ceremony, assisted by the Rev. Lonzo G. Chapman, her uncle. Miss Bias was graduated from George Washington High School and is employed by Johns Eastern Co., Inc. Her fiance, a graduate of Charleston High School, attended Devry Institute of Electronics. He served a tour of duty with the Army National Guard. The approaching marriage of Miss Donna Jean Heatherly to Glen Edward Van B i b b e r , son of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Van Bibber of Charleston, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Heatherly of St. Albans. The Rev. John Mendez will perform the open- church ceremony at 8 p.m. on Aug. 25 in St. Peters United Methodist Church at St. Albans. 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