Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 6, 1972 · Page 56
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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 6, 1972
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4E--August 6, 1972 Suiuiov Gazette-Mail QwlMlon. WMt Vlrilnl*--. Double Wedding Held on Saturday In Nazarene Church at Institute MRS. E. M. HART jormer Betty Powell The Institute Church of the Nazarene was the setting at 4:30 p.m. Saturday when Miss Betty Leona Powell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs .John Willie Powell Jr. of Institute, became the bride of Elie Marvin Hart, son of the Rev. James E. Hart of St. Albans, and her brother, Edward Moatz Powell, was married to Synethia Mae Taylor, daughter of Mrs. Mary Taylor Middleton of Heathsville, Va. The Rev. R. W. Cunningham performed the double wedding ceremony. Traditional music was furnished by Mrs. Gloria Carper and Craig Armstrong Gilprin, and a reception followed at the church. * · · GIVEN IN marriage by her father, Mrs. Hart wore a long gown of nylon sheer with Juliet sleeves and A-line skirt. Her veil of nylon tulle fell from a Camelot cap of nylon sheer with daisy applique and seed pearl trim and she carried yellow roses and baby's breath. Mrs. Barbara Ann Saunders was matron of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Brenda Jenkins and Debbie Dawkins, both of Washington, D.C. Karen Taylor of Virginia and the bride's nephew, Mi- Miss Young Weds J. R. Leech WHEELING--Miss Harriet Kay Young, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Alvin C. Young of Wheeling, and James Robert Leech of South Charleston, son of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Earl Leech of Pittsburgh, Pa., were married Saturday afternoon in the Aldersgate United Methodist Church. The father of the bride performed the ceremony. Mike Brittenback, organist, Mrs. Shirley Smith, soloist, and Mrs. Bonnie Faurote, guitarist, furnished a program of nuptial music. * * * GIVEN IN marriage by her AIRS. J. R. LEECH former Harriet Young father, the bride wore a long A-line dress of imported silk organza over bridal peau. with a band of Schiffli organza bordering each side and Venise lace outlining the high neckline and forming a bib effect on the empire bodice. The same lac« accented the long bracelet sleeves and the hem of the A-line skirt, which was gathered to extra back fullness forming a chapel train. The bodice also was trimmed with a cascade of covered buttons. Her chapel-length mantilla of English illusion was bordered in Schiffli embroidery and Venise lace and was held by a Camelot hat. She carried a circular bouquet of white roses and baby's breath. Linda Young of Wheeling was maid of honor and bridesmaids included Cathy Young, Mary Jane Leech, Mrs. Jam's McGiniris, Mrs. Yvonne Bogert and Mrs. Anne Koebley. Thomas McGinnis of Belpre, Ohio, was best man and ushers were Stephen Gelling, Bruce McQuillen, R o b e r t Fields, Richard Heller and Gerald Faurote. * * * AFTER A reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to North Myrtle Beach, S.C., and the Great Smoky Mountains. The bride has an A. B. degree from West Virginia Wesleyan College and belongs to Kappa Delta Pi, education honorary, and the National Education Assn. She has been employed as an elementary school teacher by the Kanawha County Board of Education. Her husband has an A. B. degree from Earlham College and a master's degree from the University of Pittsburgh's department of chemistry. He belongs to Phi Lambda Upsilon, national chemistry honorary and will begin working at Hydron Laboratories in New Brunswick, N.J., where they will reside. chael Powell of Institute, were flowergirl and ringbearer for both couples. Attending her husband were Barron Harriston as best man, John Reginald Saunders of Institute and George Hart of St. Albans as ushers. * * * MRS. POWELL, given in marriage by Robert E. Easley, wore a floor-length empire gown of nylon lace with sequins trimming the square neckline. It had long pointed sleeves and the A-line skirt had a scalloped hemline and back fullness. Her bouffant veil of illusion was attached to a headpiece of nylon tulle petals and loops, and her bouquet was of yellow daisies and white hydrangeas. Miss Bethenia Mae Ingram of Millsboro, Del., served as maid of honor and bridesmaids were Debra Allen of Jamaica, N.Y., and Joanne Mitchell of Philadelphia, Pa. John Willie Powell m was best man for his brother, whose ushers were Kenneth Bridges, Shelley Bausley and Richard Brown. * * + MR. AND MRS. Hart will make their home in Fairmont. A graduate of Dunbar High School and Howard University, where she was a member of Kappa Delta Pi educational honor society, the former Miss Miss Denning Wed in Baptist Rite MRS. E. M. POWELL . . . former Synethia Taylor Powell will attend West Virginia University this fall, where she has an assistantship. Her husband was graduated from St. Albans High School and is a student at Fairmont State College, being a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. Mr. and Mrs:. Powell will make their home in Institute following a wedding trip to Norfolk, Va. She was graduated f r o m Northumberland County Senior High School and now is a student at the Charleston Job Corps Center for Women. Her husband, who is employed by Dunbar Supply and Sash Co., graduated from Dunbar High School, attended United Electronics Institute, and now is a student at West Virginia State College. Virginia Couple Exchanges Vows ROANOKE, Va.--The South Roanoke United Methodist Church here was the setting Saturday afternoon for the marriage of Miss Nancy Kai Norris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Norris of Roan- oke.and Henry Harold Seagle Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Harold Seagle of Salem, Va. The Rev. Richard L. Wpr- den officiated and the bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a formal gown of silk mist organza styled with a Chantilly lace bodice, shadow neckline and full bishop sleeves. The full skirt was bordered in lace and picot-edged tafetta ribbon de- tailed the high-rise waist. A contour bow and matching Chantilly lace cap held her chapel-length veil of imported silk illusion. She carried a Bible marked with a white orchid and orange blossoms. CATHY ELLEN*Cummings of Waynesboro was the honor attendant and Mrs. James T. King and Betty Ann Norris Vista and the University of Georgia in Athens. He attended Virginia Western Community College and graduated from East Tennesse State University in Johnson City. A reception at the Rose City Victorian Room followed the Saturday afternoon marriage of Miss Cynthia Ann Denning, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stanley Denning of Summit Drive, and David Miles Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Thompson of New Castle, Pa. The Rev. John J. Wilkes performed the ceremony at the Baptist Temple. Wayne Eich, minister of music at the church, was organist. GIVEN IN marriage by her father, the bride wore a formal gown of white organza ever peau de soie. Medallions of Venise and guipure lace were appliqued over the bodice which had short sleeves and an Edwardian neckline. The same lace bordered the A-Jine skirt and full circular train. Her cathedral mantilla of imported illusion was edged and appliqued" with 'matching lace and was held to a lace pillbox. She carried a nosegay of white daisies, babys breath and stephanotis. Serving as maid of honor for her sister was Miss Nancy Denning. Bridesmaids were Miss Pamela Thompson, sister of the bridegroom, Miss Jane Schepp, Miss Linda Meriting, Mrs. Michael Levy and Mrs. Richard Barnabei. Best man was Frank Rus- cetti of New Castle, Pa. Ushers included David Denning, brother of the bride, Randy Gunnoe, Tim Birney, Brad Hammer and Johathan Emley. MRS. T H O * M P S O N was graduated from Charleston High school and received her B. S. degree' in elementary education from West Virginia University and her teaching certification in special education and speech. She is a mem'ber of the American Association of Mental Deficiency and the National Education Assn. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Lena Denning of Charleston and Mrs. Ruby White of Logan. Her husband, a graduate of Neshannock High School in New Castle, received his B.S. degree in journalism f r o m WVU. He is a member of Sigma Delta Chi, professional journalistic'society, and is employed by the Associated Press in Pittsburgh, Pa. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Flaugher and Mrs. Josephine Thompson of New Castle. * * * FOLLOWNG A wadding trip to the Bahamas, the couple will reside at 9831 Presidential Dr., Allison Park, Pa. The bride was honored at showers given by Mrs. Michael Levy, Mrs. S. M. Heiser, Mrs. .William Barker and Miss Pam Thompson. The bridesmaids luncheon was hosted by the bride's aunt, Miss Jane Denning. The rehearsal dinner at the Holiday MRS. D. M. THOMPSON . . . former Cynthia Denning Inn was given by the parent! of the bridegroom. HOLLYWOOD BEAUTY SALONl LOOK YOUR 1 Just For You Get a gentle body wave and have soft, natural ityl- I ing that lasts much longer · and is easier to control. 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A halo of matching lace held her illusion veil and she carried a colonial bouquet of white pompons, miniature carnations. MRS. D. 0. WRIGHT . . . former Deborah Pennington stephanotis and stock. MISS GALE McDaniel was maid of honor for her niece and Miss Debby McDaniel, cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid. B r a d f o r d McDaniel, uncle of the bride, was best man and Ernest and Jeffrey Pennington, brothers of the bride, were ushers. A reception followed ?.t the church. The couple is living in Morgahtown, where she is a junior art major at West Virginia University. She graduated from Charleston High School. He graduated from the same' 'high school and will graduate in December with a B S. degree in chemistry from WVU, where he is a member of Phi Lambda Epsilon national chemistry honorary. The bridegroom's parents hosted a rehearsal dinner at their home Friday. 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