Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 6, 1972 · Page 57
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 57

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 6, 1972
Page 57
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3E--August 6, 1972 Sunday *"" · · -- ChirlMton, W«tt Vlrtln;*-- Miss Warner Marries Jdhn 2;Nogoda Friday Hill-Turley Vows Exchanged Frontz-McManaman Bridal Held The : Rey. 'John Hendricks officiated Friday evening at St. Paul's Lutheran Church when Miss Deborah Ann Warner, daughter of Mrs. R. Jane Warner of Virginia Street and the late Dr. C. Kent Warner, became the bride of John C. Nogoda, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nogoda of Dutch Road. Mrs. Ruth Snodgrass played the music for the double-ring service and the bride was given in marriage by her brother, Robert Warner. * » * THE BRIDE wore a long gown of white eyelet embroidery which she designed and fashioned with a square neck- MRS. J. C. NOGODA ". . . . former Deborah. Warner line, empire waist and an Aline skirt with long, fitted sleeves. Her chapel-length, lace-bordered veil of silk illusion was held by a wide- brimmed picture hat edged and accented in motifs of Venise lace. She carried a bouquet of baby's breath and multicolored daisies. Claudia Clohessy was matron of honor for her sister and Deborah Torapkins was maid of honor. Quentin Walker .served as best man and ushers were Dana Byrd and Glen Thaxtpn. After a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, S. C. They will reside at 149B Dutch Rd. MRS. NOGODA* graduated from Charleston High School and attended Atlantic School in California.. She is, employed as a receptionist for Dr. George L. Grubb. Her husband also graduated from Charleston High. He attended West Virginia State College and is employed in the composing department of the Newspaper Agency Corp. The bride 'was honored with showers given by Mrs. Joseph D. R. Tompkins and Deborah Tompkins, Mrs. Michael No- goda and Mrs. Glen Prouse, and by Bettie Coon and Donna Yates. A luncheon was given by Mrs. George L. Grubb and the bridegroom's parents hosted the rehearsal dinner at their home. ALL SUMMER DRESSES, SUITS SPORTSWEAR, JEWELRY, FORMALS (SHORT AND LONG) NOW OFF OR MORE -OQN'T MISS THIS CHANCE TO GET FAMOUS LABEL FASHIONS FOR YOUR WARDROBE AT TREMENDOUS SAVINGS... BE EARLY! GREFNBRIER ROOM--Second Floor MRS. B. F. HILL JR. . former Teresa Turley On Saturday at Southwest Church of God, Miss Teresa Evelyn Turley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Turley of Nitro, became the bride of Basil Frederick Hill Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Basil F. Hill Sr. of Victoria Road. The Rev. James Wright performed the ceremony. A program of nuptial music was provided by Malcolm Combs, organist, Janet Clemar.s, pianist, and Sydna Cavender, soloist. GIVEN IN marriage by her father, the bride wore an empire gown made by her mother and designed with a bodice of ChantiHy lace and a satin skirt with a chiffon overlay. ,Lace appliques accented the skirt and trimmed the border of the train. She carried a bouquet of yellow sweetheart roses, white pompons and ba- bys/breath. Peggy Lynch served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Sonia Turley, sister of the bride, Anna Thompson and Patricia Diwson. Jeannine Turley, her cousin, was flowergril. Serving as best man was William B. Hill Jr., cousin of the bridegroom. Ushers.were Ted Larch, Robert Dunbar and Bill Jones. Scot Haynes, cousin of the bride, was ringbearer. A RECEPTION followed at the church. The couple will reside in Morgantown. Mrs. Hill is a student at West Virginia U n i v e r s i t y school of nursing and is em ployed for the summer by the West Virginia Library Commission. Her husband waas graduated from Dunbar High School and is employed by Steel Erectors, Inc. MRS. R. H. FRONTZ . . . former Shari McManaman BARBOURSVILLE-Miss Shari McManaman, daughter of Mrs. Charles L. Smith of Barboursville and G a r n e t McManaman of Nitro, became the bride of Robert H. Frontz, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Frontz of Nitro, Friday at Christ the King Lutheran Church of Huntington. The Rev. Darrell Adams performed the evening ceremony. Nuptial music was provided by David Bowie. * * * GIVEN IN marrrage ty her father, the bride wore a gown of white embroidered eyelet lace designed with a tiered skirt, square neckline, empire waistline and V i c t o r i a n sleeves. Her headpiece was a circlet of daisies and she carried a cascade of chrysanthemums, gardenias and daisies. Serving as matron of honor was Mrs. Dwaine Smith. Bridesmaids were Miss Holly McManaman, and Mrs. Joseph Clatworthy. Alison and L e s l e y McManaman were flowergirls. BEST MAN for his brother was Richard T. Frontz. Ush- eres were Edward Combs and Joseph Hoffman. A reception followed at the home of the bride. The couple will reside at 2613% Virginia Ave., Dunbar. Mrs. Frontz will be a senior at Dunbar High School. Her husband is employed by Thermo-Sentinel Corp. in Charleston. PICTURE FRAMING ·y HARPER ming ef oil Km and outfw. ired dMhr fee MM* Andrao, G«rw Gray and aftwr print!. 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