Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 27, 1975 · Page 31
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July 27, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 31

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--July 27,1975 Sunday Gazette-Mail C**ries,m XMW Viraioa [ Friends, Families Attending Weddings Former U. S. Sen. Chapman Revercomb Mrs. Revercomb of Edgewood Drive ·were among the large gathering of out-of- Ifown guests who attended the wedding and Ireception of their grandson, Patrick C. ·Graney HI of Mount Hope and Miss Jessica Ann Smith of Alexandria, Va., Saturday Jn Charlottesville. Va. : * They were joined there by their daugh- ifcr, Mrs. Patrick C. Graney, Jr., of Mount ;Hope, who entertained at a rehearsal din-per at the Greencroft Club on Friday, and Iby their sons and their families, Judge and TMrs. George H. Revercomb of McLean, ;Va.; Mr. and Mrs. James V. Revercomb tand children, James Jr., Randy, Stuart land Ann, of Roanoke, Va.; Dr. and Mrs. ^William C. Revercomb, and son, Stuart, I daughter, Carolyn, of Loudon Heights Manning Muntzing of Potomac, Md.; Dr. and Mrs. Edward Maycard of Chestnut Hills, Mass.; Col. William E. Miller of Oak Hill; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar L. Mohler and daughter, Lissa, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Long and son, Armistead, all of Glade Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Alan B. Susman and daughter, Robin and son, Ben, and Miss Laura Word of Becklev. SEVERAL PRENUPTIAL PARTIES were given in honor of Debralee Walters, "; Other guests from Charleston included -Mr. and Mrs. Angus Peyton and daughters, Lisa and Morgan; Mr. and Mrs. Ijames Hornor Davis II and son, Hornor; ;Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Johnson, and Mr. :and Mrs. Frank T. Graff, Jr. '", Mrs. Patrick C. Graney, of Mount Hope, ·paternal grandmother of the bridegroom, land her daughter, Mrs. Nancy G. Caper- lion, entertained at luncheon Saturday for ;0ut-of-town guests at Mrs. Caperton's -home, Redbrook, in Charlottesville. Other tguests from Mount Hope included Mrs. 3yan 0. Shumate, Mr. and Mrs. John Shu- ·mate and daughter, Karen; Mr. and Mrs. ^Thomas W. Howard and son, Charles; Mr. ^and Mrs. Donald H. Stark and daughter, Jennifer; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Martin, Mr. 'and Mrs. H. R. Callaway, and Mr. and :JIrs. Jack N. Keatley and daughter, Cin- ·*y- ·· Attending from Fayetteville were Mr. ·2nd Mrs. C. R,Hill Jr. and daughter, Ka- : Jhy, and sons, William and C. R. Hill III; 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. Mahan and sons, itrank Jr.; and from Charleston, Mr. and ^Mrs. George A. Coleman. ' - A l s o attending were Mrs. Watkins 'Hughes of Ashland, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. all of Lewisburg; Mrs. Paul Boggs of Sutton; Mr. and Mrs. Norris Thomas and Edward Gabbard of Ashland, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. William Shreve, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Barton, Susan Wakefield, Kathi Reed and Jeff Pratt, all of Huntington; Mr. and Mrs. William Miller of Oak Hill; Terry Johnson of Charlotte, N. C.; Margaret Corbitt of Parkersburg; William Smith of Vandergrift, Pa.; David Powell of Bristol; Kim Germondo of Shinnston, Charles Cappellari, Lew Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. Don Laugh, Tom Turner, Patricia Gainer, Sandra Williams and Greg Briscoe, all of Morgantown. who was married Saturday to Ernest Louis Vecchio Jr. of Russell, Ky. Mrs. Clella Walters, grandmother of the bride, entertained with an announcement dinner party at her home on Sixth Street, a kitchen shower was given by Mrs. David Bird at her home on Montrose Drive, a miscellaneous shower was given by Melinda White, Pamela Hedrick and Mrs. Allan Myres at Miss White's home on Edgewood Drive, and the bridesmaids' luncheon was given by Miss White at Edgewood-Country Club. The bridegroom and the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Walters,, gave the rehearsal dinner at the Charleston House. Out-of-town guests here for the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Simms of Alexandria, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bradley of Baltimore, Md., Mr. and Mrs. Carl Yost and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Brackenrich and Mr. and Mrs. Greg Kelly, OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS here for the marriage of Miss Ellen Lee Mann and Michael Allen Ferrari on Saturday, were; Mr. and Mrs. James C. Ferguson, Reba and Claude Ferguson of Cincinnati, Ohio, Dr. James W. Skaggs, Jr. and William Keeling of Newtown, Pa., Miss Lori West, Erie, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mann of Roanoke, Va., Mrs. L. H. Mann, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert McGhee, Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Mann, Mrs. Mildred Mann all of Oak Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nester and Clark Eisenhart, all of Morgantown; Miss Sue Kirkpatrick of Bethesda, Md., Miss Donna Tackett, Paden City, Pete Tripodi of Wheeling, Jeff DeVore of Pittsburgh, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Gaze Sotak of Ravenswood, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sotak, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sotak, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Price, David, Lori and Beth Price, all from Beckley, Mr. and Mrs. Kary Jointer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burch, all from Petersburg, Ind. Goff, Miss Carolyn Goff, Mrs. Harry M. Graves, Jr., Mrs. Stephen Miller, Mrs. Roy V. Allen and Mrs. Steven Cavender entertained with a shower at St. Paul's United Methodist Church. Mrs. Ralph Gallagher and Mrs. Roy V. Allen were hostesses at a luncheon at the Kim Tiki Restaurant in St. Albans. The bride's aunts, Mrs. G. Preston Russell, Jr., of Nitro, and Mrs. James C. Ferguson of Cincinnati, Ohio, entertained the bridesmaids at a luncheon on Friday at Kanawha Country Club, and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Ferrari, parents of the bridegroom, hosted the rehearsal dinner for members of the wedding party and out-of- town guests at the Kim Tiki Restaurant in St. Albans after the rehearsal on Friday. MR. AND MRS. Norman Girdwood of Fayetteville, N. C., have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Secrest of Glen Street. Girdwood and Secrest are both retired master sergeants with 21 years service. They served at Ft. Bragg, N. C. The Secrests plan to return the visit in September. Pauline Staehlin of St. Petersburg, Fla., is visiting here at the Daniel Boone Hotel. Nancy Tolliver and Patti Wolfe were among delegates attending the West Vir-. ginia State meeting of the Childbirth Education Assn., July 19 in Wheeling. Mrs. Tolliver is an instructor for the association in the Greater Kanawha Valley, and . a board member of ICEA; and Mrs. Wolfe is state CEA treasurer. The bride has been entertained at several prenuptial parties. Mrs. George W. Hogshead, Miss Debbie Hogshead and Mrs. James L. Steele were hostesses at a party at the Hogshead home in Nitro. Mrs. Robert H. Cooper held a luncheon for the bride at her home in Nitro. Mrs. Fred L. Out-of-town guests at the wedding on Saturday of Miss Teresa Bowles and James Owen Wolfe III included Mrs. Sarah Lalik and Jack Lalik of Sun Valley, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Fabin of Morganfield, Ky., and Mrs. Dorothy Hill of Tampa, Fla. Sunday Deadlines Ciub calendar notices far tae Saru^y (id/eue-Alail Home aad Family Sectioa must be submitted pr^i w 4 p. m. Wednesday. Other items for Sunday publication have the same deadline. Don't wait until Wednesday to call us about your Sunday news. Submit your material as early as possible to assure Sunday publication.' The only weddings accepted for Sunday publication are those which will occur on the preceding Friday or Saturday. tff'A extraordinary/^ values! 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