Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 6, 1972 · Page 59
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 59

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 6, 1972
Page 59
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7E--AuguBt 6, 1972 Sunday GasettoMaif " . ' ··- -- · Chtrl«»t»ff, W«« Vlrtlnl*--~ King-Davis D * 1 · T 7 Keinkmg- U nroe Harris-Jones FAYETTEVILLE-In an open-church ceremony to be performed at 2:30 p.m. Sept. 16 at the Fayetteville Presbyterian Church, Miss Kathryn Jane King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George T. King of Fayetteville, will become the bride of Walter Evan Davis III, son of Mrs. Donald Umstot of Cumberland, Md. Miss King is a graduate of Faytttevffle H i g h School and attended West Virginia Institute of Technology. Her fiance graduated from West Virginia Tech and is employed by K-Mairt Enterpriser Inc. in Charlotte, N.C, where .they will reside. KATHRYN KING Stanley-Persinger Plans for a Sept. 16 wedding are being made by Miss Y o 1 a n d a Stanley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stanley of Hugheston, and Michall Persinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Persinger of Mammoth. Miss Stanley and her fiance are graduates of DuPont High School and attended Carver Career and Technical Education Center. He is employed by General Aviation at Kanawha Airport. YOLANDA STANLEY Hicks-Legg DONNA HICKS The forthcoming marriage of Miss Donna Sue Hicks to Stanley G. Legg HI, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley G. Legg Jr. of South Charleston, has been announced by her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Homer Hicks of Dunbar. The wedding is planned for 7 p.m. on Sept. 16 in the Dunbar First United Methodist Church,, with the father of the bride-elect performing the open-church ceremony. Miss Hicks is a graduate of Dunbar High School and her fiance was graduated from South Charleston High School. They plan to reside in the Charleston area. Akers-McClure Mr. and Mrs. James A d a i r Akers of South Charleston are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Christy Gayle, to Michael H. McClure, son of Mrs. Hazel McClure of Rt. 7, South Charleston, and Herbert McClure of Alum Creek. Wedding plans are incomplete. Miss Akers was graduated at South Charleston High School. He is a sergeant in George Washington High School. He is a sergeant 'n the Air National Guard and is employed by Travel- mates, Inc. CHRISTY GAYLE Lockman-Carelli DEEPWATER -- The betrothal of Miss Diana Lynn Lockman to John Carelli, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carelli of Smithers, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George L o c k m a n of Deepwater. Wedding plans are incomplete. Miss Lockman is a graduate of Montgomery High School. Her fiance was graduated from Charleston Catholic High School and is employed by a construction firm at Union Carbide Corp. DIANA LOCKMAN REBECCA LEGG Legg-Copky MILTON--Announcement is made of the forthcoming marriage of Miss Rebecca Lynn Legg, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Billy Joe Legg of Miltoti, to Larry K. Copley, son ff M". Dorothy Collins of Huntington and Howard Copley of Kenova. The open-church wedding and reception will be held on Aug. 19 in the Union Baptist Church. Elder Woodrow Lake will officiate. WINFI'ELD--The engagement of Miss Mary Teresa Retaking to John Patrick Unroe of Fairfield, Ohio, son of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Unroe of Steubenville. Ohio. has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin D. Reinkin? of Winfield. The Rev. John Lopihski will perform the ceremony at 3:30 p.m. Oct. 14 in St. Anthony Catholic Chwch. Serving as maid of honor for her sister will be Miss Laura Dale R e i n k i n g . Bridesmaids will be Miss Elizabeth Ann Davis of Beckley, Miss Janet Marie Juergens of Spencer, Miss Margaret Howard and Miss Rosemary Smith of Charleston, and Mrs. Stephen D. Prome and Mrs. John P. H u t t o n of Morgan town. Michelle Huey, cousin of the bride-elect, will be flower- girl. Robert Anglin of New Jersey will be best man. Ushers will include Dr. Richard Howard, Robert AJberri and R. W. Stone, all of Charleston; Bradford Ford of Pittsburgh, Pa.; Thomas Gallagher of Cincinnati, Ohio; add James Bleeker of Memphis, Tenn. Gregory Kittinger, cousin of the bride- elect will be ringbearer. Miss Reinking was graduated from Charleston High School. She attended West Virginia University where she served as president of Delta Gamma Sorority and Hanna-Spradling MARY REINKING majored in secondary education. She is the p-and- dauehter of Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Reinking of Charleston. Her fiance was graduated from Steubenville Central High School and received his bachelor's degree in political science from Xavier University. He is employed as a duplicator specialist with the Xerox Corp. in Cincinnati. His grandparents are Mrs. Gladys Unroe and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P; Franckhauser, all of Steubenville. The couple will reside at 26 Brittany Lane, Fairfield. Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Harris Sr. of Clov«rleaf Circle have announced the engagement of their daughter, Patricia Ann, to Basil Ray Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Basil Reed Jones of Belle. Wedding plans ace incomplete. Miss Harris and her fiance are graduates of DuPont High School and students at West Virginia Institute of Technology, where she is studying data processing and he is majoring in electrical engineering. She has a part-time receptionist position with the architectural firm of C. E. Silling and Associates, and he is president of the Tech student chapter of IEEE. PATRICIA HARRIS DosS'Childers HURRICANE-Mount Vernon Baptist Church will be the setting at 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 15, with the Rev. Earl "Ted" W a l l officiating, Kidd-Lappin The Rev. William Albright, chaplain of Moms Harvey College, will officiate for the open-church ceremony at 8:30 p.m. on Sept. 2 in Parsons Chapel when JOYCE KIDD Miss Joyce Renee Kidd is married to John Joseph Lappin, She is the daughter of Melwood E. Kidd of Kel- mont Lane and the late Mrs. Wanda Kidd, and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lappin Jr. of Toms River, N.J. Joyce Christy will be maid of honor, Maureen Corley of Beckley will be the bridesmaid, and Kenneth Brown of Pittsburgh, Pa., wiH,serve as best man. A reception will follow at the church. Miss Kidd and her fiance hold B. A. degrees f r o m Morris Harvey C o l l e g e , where she majored in psychology, and. he in political science and sociology. A member of Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity, he is employed by the Ocean County Schools in New Jersev. DEBORAH DOSS when Miss Deborah Jane Doss becomes the bride of Dwight David Childers. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Doss of Teays Valley, and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard H. Childers of Winfield. Miss Doss and her fiance are graduates of Winfield High School and she is employed by Employers Service Corp. in Charleston. He is a student at Morris Harvey College and is employed by the Retail Credit Co. in Charleston. How Can I? Q. What is an easy way to fill in nailholes in a plastered wall? A. By nixing up a little talcum powder or cornstarch with a few drops of water, forcing this into the holes, then smoothing off with your fingertips. The Rev. James M. Efaw will perform the ceremony at 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 1 in the Cross Lanes Bible Church when marriage vows , are exchanged by Miss Regina Gail Hanna and Douglas Lloyd Spradling. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard C. Hanna Jr., and his parents are Mr.and Mrs. Dadton R. Spradling, all of St. Albans. Mrs. Sherry Carpenter of Cross Lanes will serve as matron of honor. Bridesmaids will include Rochelle Spradlinp, sister of the future bridegroom, Vicki Holbert and Marty Dietz of St. Albans, and Debbie Burrows of Chattanooga, Tenn., Tammy Hanna will be junior bridesmaid fcr h-r sister, and her cousin, Kevin McComas, will be ringbearcr. Mary Beth Ulbrich of St. Albans will be floworgirl. Jim Wiley of St. Albans will serve as best man for t h e future b r i d e g r o o m , whose brother. Gary Spradling, will be junior usher. Len Hanna, brother of the bride-elect, Mike Becket, Whorton, all of St. Albans, will be ushers. Miss Hanna, who serves as organist in the Cross Lanes Bible Church, and her fiance are graduates of St. Albans High School. A grand: augnipr of Al-. and Mrs. H. D. Turncs of Bcek- REGINA HANNA ley and the late Mr. and Mrs. Leonard C. Hanna Sr. of Charleston, she also is a graduate of the nursing department at Morris Harvey College and is employed as a staff nurse at Charleston Area Medical Center, Memorial Division. The prospective bride- S'.'c ' :' g l - a - ' and is serving with the Navy at Oceana, Va. Currently he is on a six-months cruise of the Mediterranean Sea. The couple will spend their honeymoon at Pipes- tcm State Park. for]!? 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