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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 60

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9E--August 6. 1972 Sunday Gazette-Mail Ch»rlwton, Ww Vlrflnl* Madison Nuptial Unites Couple Open House Set Today Mr. and Mrs. John Caudill will celebrate their golden wedding- anniversary with an open house today at their home on Mud River. They are parents of 10 children. Herman Caudil! and Mrs. Rose Thompson of Madison; Thernian of M u d ; Billy of Cottapeville; John Jr. and Mrs. Gay Chandler of Channahan, III.; Mrs. Lucille Miller of Ripley; Mrs. Edith Kitchen and Mrs. Faye Curry of Tampa, Fla.; and Mrs. Janice Price of*Barrett. Completing the family are 31 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Bonita Elizabeth Dunn, William K. Hunley Wed Coal Fork United Methodist Church was the setting Friday evening for the marriage of Miss Bonita Elizabeth Dunn, daughter of Keith Dunn of Lake Worth. Fla.. and William Keith Hunley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey B. Hunley of Gap View Drive. The bride is the grand. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Blackhurst of Church Drive, with whom she has made her home. The Rev. Raymond Workman officiated and Juliebeth Blackhurst, pianist, accompanied the soloist, Rita Carter. KSCORTED *BY' her grandfather, the bride wore a self- d e s i g n e d and self-tailored floor-length gown of white ma- Uessee pique that had an empire waist, short bell sleeves and a chapel train. Venise lace and pearls trimmed the waist, sleeves, A-line skirt and train and she wore a fingertip bouffant veil that fell from a headpiece of Venise lace roses Miss Lippitt Married In Presbyterian Bridal Miss Christy Ann Lippitt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Lippitt of Glen Ridge Road, became the bride of Douglas Wayne O'Dell, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. O'Dell of Thurston Drive, on Saturday in Village Chapel Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Robert Pate performed the double-ring cere- money and nuptial selections were played by Mrs. William McCrary. organist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown designed with an empire bodice of white peau d'Ange lace and an A-line skirt of silk organza. Lace motifs were ap- pliqued on the skirt and the train was bordered with a DOUGHNUTS CHICKEN OF YOUR CHOICE Fried or Barbecued AGORA CARRY-OUT STERLING RESTAURANT Ph. 343-4578 wide band of lace. Her bouffant veil of silk illusion was attached to a Dior bow of organza and lace. She carried a lace-covered Bible belonging to her sister marked with miniature white carnations, babys breath and cymbidium orchids. * * » SERVING AS matron of honor for her sister was Mrs. John E. Cook III. Bridesmaids were Miss Joanie Stabins, Miss Bunny Livesay, Miss Sharon Hamady and Miss Janie Divers, all of Charleston, and Miss Jennifer Mus- cavitch of Dry Tavern, Pa. The bridegroom's father served as best man. Ushers were Don O'Dell, brother of the bridegroom, Jeff Lippitt, brother of the bride, John C o o k , her brother-in-law, Vaughan Stanley and Jerry Fulks, all of Charleston. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Virginia Beach, Va. MRS. O'DELL was graduated from Charleston High School. She is a senior at West Virginia University majoring in elementary education. Her father is president of Dunbar Metal and Supply Co. MADISON-Miss M a r c i a Kaye Ellis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Ellis, and Harry Maxwell Hatfield, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris M. Hatfield, all of Madison, were married Saturday evening at the Madison Baptist Church. The Rev. Andrew Hoh'man of Charleston and the Rev. Richard Mahan of South Charleston, cousin of the bride, were the officiating ministers. Mrs. Robert F. Byus of Madison, soloist, was accompanied by Bert Bostic of Madison and Mrs. Roland G. Bass of Pittsburgh, Pa., organists. * » * GIVEN IN marriage by her father, the bride wore an empire gown of white sata peau and Alencon lace designed with a high fluted collar and short puff sleeves. The back fullness of the skirt extended into a chapel train and her chapel- length mantilla was bordered in Alencon lace. She carried a colonial bouquet of white s w e e t h e a r t rosebuds and baby's breath with varigated ivy. Pamela Kay Ellis was maid of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Carole Kay Thabet of Columbus, Ohio, cousin of the bride; Elizabeth Anne Hatfield, sister of the bridegroom; Toni Frances Ellis of Charleston, cousin of the bride; Donna Dee Canterbury, outlined in pearls. Her only jewelry was a pearl drop, a gift from the bridegroom. She carried a cascade of white roses, lavender statice and baby's breath accented with pearls and satin ribbons. Linda Barlow, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor and bridemaids were Mrs. Larry Gibson, Mrs. Patrick Quinlan and Jo Slaughter, Carolyn Blackhurst and Kami Blackhurst, cousins of the bride, were flowergirls. R o b e r t Blackhurst Jr., another cousin, was the ringbearer. A reception was held in the church activity room. The newlyweds are graduates of DuPont High School. She has a B. S. degree in home economics from West Virginia State College and is a member of the American Home Economics Assn. Her husband is a student at State majoring in social work. He is , a member of the Air National Guard and is a veteran of the Navy. He is employed by the MRS. H. M. HATFIELD . . . /ormer Marcia Ellis Carolyn Jean Wheatley of Beckley, Karen Reading Gainer of Charleston; and R i t a Carol Bachtel of Logan. Sarah Beth Ellis of Charleston, cousin of the bride, was the flow- ergirl. The bridegroom had his father for best man. Ushers were A. Jay Hatfield and Jon Hill Hatfield, his brothers; Charles W. Ellis Jr., brother of the bride; Joseph Everett Atkins of Danville; Jeremiah McCormick of St. A l b a n s ; Henry Gregory Frye of Fairmont; and Rodney Clay of Milford, Conn. Michael Kawash of Charleston, cousin of the bride, was ringbearer. * * * A, RECEPTION followed the ceremony at the Madison Memorial Building, after which the couple left for a wedding trip to Hilton Head Island, S. C. The bride has a bachelor's degree in marketing from Marshall University and will work on a master's degree in industrial relations at West Virginia University this fall. She was a princess in the 1966 Mountain State Forest Festival and belongs to Alpha Chi Omega Sorority. Her father is associated with Ellis Department Store in Madison. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Michael Sadd of Charleston and the late Mr. Sadd and the late Mr. and Mrs. William Ellis of Charleston. HER HUSBAND has a bachelor's degree in finance and a master's degree in business administration f r o m WVU where he was a member of Sigma Nu Fraternity and Helvetia, sophomore men's honorary. He will be a third-year student in the WVU college of law this fall. His father is co- owner of Hunter and Hunter Funeral Home in Madison. He is the grandson of A. S. Hatfield of Danville and the late Mrs. Hatfield and the late Mr. and Mrs. Dell Hill of Madison. They will reside in Morgantown. Coffees were given by Mrs. Robert F. Byus and Mrs. Fred Runyon in Madison, and by Mrs. Edward G. Thabet, Mrs. Thomas L. David aad Carole Thabet in Huntington. Luncheons were given by Mrs. Harry Price in Madison and by Mrs. Michael Sadd, Mrs. David Moses, Mrs. Anthony Soloman. Mrs. Mitchell Kawash and Mrs. Robert S. Raynes in Charleston. Mrs. Floyd Ellis and Sarah Beth Ellis hosted a brunch in Charleston and a dinner party was given by Mrs. James M. Scott, Mrs. Roland Bass, Donna Canterbury and Carolyn Wheatley in Madison. Mrs. Lester W. Ellis, Mrs. Ray McClure and Mrs. Joy Underwood gave a cocktail party in Madison and the rehearsal dinner was hosted by the parents of the bridegroom at their home Friday. Helga Paxton Becomes Bride of David Ramkey MRS. W. K. HUNLEY . . . /ormer Bonita Dunn Charleston National Bank. After a short wedding trip, they will reside at 467 Gap View Dr. Showers were given by Edana Travis, Dreama Blackhurst, Ellen Carter, Janice Chapman and Rita Carter. Jo Slaughter and Nancy Gibson hosted a luncheon. MRS. D. W. O'DELL . . . /ormer Christy Lippitt Her husband, a graduate of the same high school, will enter the WVU school of dentistry in August. His father is employed by E. I. duPont de Nemours Co. The rehearsal dinner was hosted by the bridegroom's parents at Humpherys Pine Room. The bride was honored at a luncheon given by Mrs. William Hamady and daughter, Sharon. Showers were given by Mrs. Joffre Moine, Miss Debbie Hapney. Mrs. Jerry Holstein, Mrs. Kermon Egnor and Mrs. Carl Meeks". SUTTON-Miss Helga Sue Paxton, daughter of Col. and Mrs. Dale L. Leavitt Sr. of Sutton, was married'Saturday afternoon 'to David Ramkey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ramkey of Charleston. The Rev. Joseph G. Stump and the Rev. William Ramkey, uncle of the bridegroom, officiated at the Christ Church United Methodist here. Sue Thomas, organist, accompanied the soloist, Barbara Haynes, and the bride was given in marriage by her father. * * * SHE WORE a long gown of silk organza trimmed with Venise lace. The bodice was styled with a round neckline and Camelot sleeves and the full skirt, falling from an empire waist, was styled with Venise lace and pearl appli- ques arid a ruffled hemline extending into a cathedral train. A headband of Venise lace with a silk organza bow held her veil of silk illusion. She carried a colonial bouquet of white miniature carnations, snowdrift pompons and baby's breath with spkigerie accents. Matron of honor was Mrs. Larry Mentzer of Morgantown and bridesmaid was Mrs. Wayne Northery of Bridgeport. Katherine Ann Boggs of Sutton and Carol Ann Leavitt, sister of the bride, were junior bridesmaids. * * * JOE CHRISMAN served as best man and ushers were Roger Hamood of Huntington, Stephen Leavitt, brother of the bride, and Mike Graham of Bluefield. A reception was held in the church social room, after which the couple left for a trip through New England. She graduated from West · Virginia University and was a member of Pi Beta Phi Sorority. She is employed by MRS. DAVID RAMKEY . . . .former Helga Paxton the Mercer County Board of Education. Her husband is an alumnus of Marshall University and was a member of Alpha Kappa Psi professional Ira- ternity. He is employed by Brown and Edwards. They will reside on Rt. 5, Princeton. Showers were given by Mrs. Rita Sprigg, Mrs. Roy Cutlip, Mrs. Bill Boggs and Mrs. Hershel Brown. 2^^ The classic brilliant Ciryc Elcp^nt simpliolv in the most-wanted $275 di.uuomi look 14 K.n.H j^lii Diamond solitaire set, l4K.ir.it p nMS1$».»5 M.lrm;isr sohUirr sol, 14 K.lMt gold 5425 Five convenient wayi to buy: Sales Revolving Charge · Zales Custom Charge BarikAmcncard · Master Charge* I.ayaway ffwnfii 217 CAPITOL ST. Quotable Quotes By The Associated Press "If women ran the world, it would be the worst possible place for other women." Mimi Green, New York stock saleswoman. * * * "If they think the barricades are the only form of resistance in Derry, *hey are wrong-. The day will come when those barricades will be built again, stone by stone, brick." Bernarette Devlin, after British tanks smashed through barricades in Londonderry's Catholic Bogside District. * * * 'I m no U.S. senator, but with the help of Sen. Russell Lonjr and the Louisiana delegation. T will pet alonjr fine." Elaine Edwards after her husband. Louisiana Gov. Edwin Edwards, appointed her to the Senate seat left vacant by the death of Allen Ellender. * * * Let us embrace and kiss, for WP are about to blow up the plane." Therese Halaseh, tellinjr an Israeli court of a conversation with her Arab pruerrilla leader aboard a hijacked Reljrian airliner * * * If one is lalkinjr about bfinjr involved, which kids are nowadays, what bpttf-r way than to be in the service of their country? Tf you don't like what you see in the military, then pet in there and pitch." Rrijr On. Ann Hoefly, chief of the U.S. Air Force Nurse Corps. To Visit Here Supreme Worthy High Priestess Helen Johnson oj Balboa, Co/.if., will visit Charleston Shrine No. 7 at a 6 p.m. ditnier Saturday at St. Marks United Methodist Church. A meeting null jollow at 8 p.m. at the Scottish Rite Temple with Worthy H i g h Priestess Muriel Halstead presiding. Helen Trout is chairman o/ the social hour to jol- low. Also .visiting the Shrine will be Supreme Watchman 0} Shepherds Will Heeb of Buffalo, N. Y.; Mrs. Gwendolyn Heeb, post supreme worthy high priestess, and Mrs. Ruth Finnegan. · D ELMO N ICO SALADS Let Delmonico be your guide for a Swingin' Salad tour of Italy. Their attfoc- tive full color page ad will be in the Charleston Daily Mail Wednesday, August 9, and The Charleston Gazette Thursday, August 10. A seven cent store coupon is also in the ad for you when you next purchase Delmonico. Karen Kirk is shown at left with vitamin enriched Delmonico elbow macaroni. Delmonico, the Italian way to a man's heart. BUY ONE GET TWO FREE Three great new ones from 9-Lives! Liver and Egg in creamed gravy. Chopped Platter and Scrambled Egg Beef Dinner. Each a tasty new receipe, high in cat- food quality and flavor. Look for their ad Wednesday, August 9, in the Charleston newspapers and clip the coupon that reads- Buy one--get two free! Pictured in our product display at Parkway Super Market in St. Albons are owner Lee Lewis and customer Mrs. Earle Clendenin of Charleston. GERMAN STYLE MARZCTTI Two new pourable dressings from Marzetti. German Style, a lively "wilted lettuce" dressing flavored with bacon-y bits and Ranch Style, a thick, ruddy, tomato-sweet dressing with just a sizzle of spice. Look for the Marzetti advertisements in the Charleston newspapers and clip the valuable store coupons which are a part of them. Marzetti is represented by Mears Brokerage Company in the C h a r l e s t o n - H u n t i n g t o n market areas. RANCH STYLE Use Want Ads. Dial 348-4848 BUSCH BAVARIAN BEER Busch Bavarian Beer is now available in your local tavern or wherever you buy beer in Ka- ngwha and surrouding counties. Busch is distributed by Kel-Mar Distributing Company, 812 Virginia St., W., Charleston, a division of Central Distributing Company, and manged by Shuck Ferimer. Pictured with one of their new delivery trucks are route salesmen Jim Lotte, Paul Cochran, Willard King, Herb Campbell and Dave Harris. "Busch does it like no other beer". w Morton "We do so much for what's inside our packages, why don't we do something for what's outside, too?" That has been accomplished. You will find Mortons new packages at your favorite grocers. The new package label shows the food just the way it comes out of your oven. No beautiful plates or embellishments. Just Morton high quality food. Preparation directions are clear and simple. Everything inside the new package is listed in large type. You'll also notice the new Morton symbol as shown above. Produced and Idit*d iy GENERAL ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT NEWSPAPER AGENCY CORPORATION PUBLISHERS OF: The Charleston Gazette ifclrjlon j3ailn \ZLTTK-M.\IL CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA 25330 REPRESENTATIVES: SAWYER-FERGUSON-WALKER COMPANY CHAKLISTON INIA TATr AKNU

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