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July 27, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 33

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-July 27,1975 Judith Ann Volosin Wed In Greek Orthodox Rite The Rev. George Mitchell performed the ceremony on Saturday in St. George Orthodox Church when marriage vows were exchanged by Miss Judith Ann Volosin and Ronald Dean Wheeler. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Volosin of Clendenin, and his parents are Mrs. Howard Walker of Coonskin Drive and the late* Mr. Robert Wheeler. The bride was given in marriage by her father and nuptial music was furnished by the organist, Mrs. Connie Chouieri, and vocalist, Miss Carol Ann Young. A reception followed at Meadowbrook Recreation Club, where music was furnished by the Moon Rocks. * * * MRS. JANICE FRAME served as matron of honor for her sister, and brides- maids were Mrs. Linda Burdette. Miss Linda Wilson and Miss Trilla Chapman. The bridegroom's nieces. Tammy and April Wheeler, were junior bridesmaid and flowergirl. The best man was John S. Parker Jr.. and ushers included Tom M. Parker, Mike Willard and Rodney Lipscomb. The bride's cousin, Scott Riffee served as ring- bearer. Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler, both graduates of Herbert Hoover High School, will make their home in Morgantown following a wedding trip to Virginia Beach, Va. The former Miss Volosin will be a junior accounting major this fall at West Virginia University, where her husband is majoring in electrical engineering, having transferred there from Marshall Universi- Jessica Ann Smith Bride Of Patrick Clifford Granev CHARLOTTESVILUE. Va. - The chapel of the University of Virginia here was the setting Saturday for the marriage of Miss Jessica Ann Smith, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Gouverneur Elwes Smith Jr. of Alexandria. Va., and Patrick Clifford Granev 111. son of Mrs. Patrick C. Granev Jr. of Mount Hope, and the late Mr. Graney. The Rev. Henry Vincent of Boston. Mass.. officiated and the bride was given in marriage by her uncle. Burns M. Huttlinger of Larchmont, IS'.Y. MRS. R.D. WHEELER . . . former Judith Volotin ty. He is .a member of the West Virginia Air National Guard. Teresa Ann Bowles Bride Of James Owen Wolfe III MAID OF honor was Mary Burns Smith and bridesmaids were Cathleen Huttlinger of Larchmont, cousin of the bride. Debbe Baker of Alexandria, and Sharon Graney of Boston and Sara Graney of Mount Hope, sisters of the bridegroom. Michael Revercomb Graney was best man for his brother and groomsmen were John H. Stark, Thomas W. Howard II and Philip D. Grabowski, all of Mount Hope, and Mark N. Semmes of Leesburg, Va.,, John D. Epps of Richmond, Va., Richard B. Gwathney Jr. of Louisa, Va.; Anthony H. Anikeeff'of McLean, Va., and Steven Smiley of Naples, Fla. A RECEPTION was held at the Boar's Head Inn here After a honeymoon in Europe, the couple will reside in Beckley. The bride graduated from Georgetown Visitation School in Washington, D.C.. and the University of Virginia where she received the Algernon Sidney-Sullivan award for 1974-75 presented to the outstanding woman graduate. She was a program assistant for the Resident Housing Assn. She is the granddaughter of Mrs Carl F. Huttlinger of Lake Placid, N.Y.. and the late Mr. Huttlinger, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Gouverneur E. Smith of Oyster Bay. N.Y. The bridegroom attended Mount Hope schools and graduated from Deerfield Academy in Deerfield, Mass., and the University of Virginia, where he was a member of St. Elmo Hall, managing editor of The Cavalier Daily, the student newspaper; a member of Omicron Delta Kapppa, Honor Committee Advisor, and of the Raven Society. He received the Raven Award for outstanding leadership upon graduation. He is the grandson of former U. S. Senator Chapman Revercomb and Mrs. Revercomb of Charleston, and Mrs. Patrick Clifford Graney and the late Mr. Graney of Mount Hope. MRS. P.C. GRANEY III . . . former Jessica Smith END OF SUMMER MRS. J.O. WOLFE III . . former Tereia Bowlet Bethel Baptist Church in South Charleston was the setting on Saturday afternoon for the wedding of Miss Teresa Ann Bowles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Moran of South Charleston, and James Owen Wolfe III, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Owen Wolfe Jr. of St. Albans. The Rev. Elizabeth P. Caudill officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Patty Hickman and Karl Wolfe, uncle of the bridegroom. The bride was given in marriage by her stepfather. Miss Terri Mooney was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Teresa Todd, Carolyn Shank and Kim Bishop. Shirley Ann Moran was flowergirl for her sister. JOE WOLFE was best man for his brother. Robert Gay, Mark Riddle and Russell Flowers were ushers. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip through southern West Virginia. They will live at Apt. 2, 208 Main St., Philippi. Mrs. Wolfe is a graduate of South Charleston High School. Her husband is a graduate of St. Albans High School and attended West Virginia State College. He is a student at Alderson-Broaddus College, and will be pastoring Calvary Baptist Church at Clarksburg. Cynthia Scandiber Bride Of Dr. Larry B. Wilshire ORWIGSBURG, Pa. - Married Saturday at St. Ambrose Church in Schuylkill Haven were Miss Cynthia Ann Scandiber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Austin T. Scan- diber of Orwigsburg, and Dr. Larry Brent Wilshire, son of Mr. and Mrs. B.W. Wil- Theresa Baker Is Wed on Saturday MRS. J.R. KNAPTON . . former Thereia Baker Miss Theresa Ann Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O.L. Baker of St. Albans, became the bride of John Robert Knapton, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Knapton of McKeesport, Pa., at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday in the First Baptist Church of South Charleston. The Rev. Gregg Terry and the Rev. Charles McCallister officiated. Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Kenneth Pugh, Tom Murray and Mrs. Jack C. Maddy, and the bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Sue Petrella of St. Albans was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Patti Knapton of McKeesport, sister of the bridegroom, Mrs. Gary Baker of Knoxville, sister-in-law of the bride, Miss Susan Clark of St. Albans and Miss Patricia Harkins of Nitro. Susan Griffith and Chad Scherr, cousins of the bride, were flower- girl and ringbearer. * * * MICHAEL YURECHKO of McKeesport was best man. Ushers were James Knapton Jr. of LaPlace, La., Steve Baker, brother of the bride and Richard Lieberum, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, and John Paul Kacsan of McKeesport. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Pennsylvania and Canada. They will live in Emsworth Manor, Emsworth, Pa. Mrs. Knapton graduated. from St. Albans High School and attended Marshall University. She is a former employe of the Kanawha County Board of Education. Her husband graduated from McKeesport Area Senior High School and has a degree in marketing from Pennsylvania State University. He is employed by the McJunkin Corp. in Leetzdale, Pa. Mrs. L. B. Wilshire , former Cynthia Ann Scandiber shire Jr. of Chelyan, W.Va. The Rev. William Henry officiated and the bride was given in marriage by her parents. * # * KATHRYN ZULICK was maid of honor and Stephen Curry served as best man. A garden reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, after which the couple left for a trip to New England. They will reside in Philadelphia, Pa. She is a graduate of Blue Mountain High School and St. Joseph's School of Nursing in Lancaster and has been a Nurse Corps officer in the Navy since 1973, being stationed at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Md. * * * HER HUSBAND graduated from East Bank High School, from West Virginia University and the WVU school of medicine, belonging to Phi Delta Theta social fraternity, Phi Beta Kappa honor society, and Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society. He recently completed his internship at the National Naval Medical Center ' in Bethesda, is a lieutenant in the Navy Medical Corps and will be stationed at the Philadelphia Navy Yard. 20% ,.50% OFF STOREWIDI Including Sandals Snoes Dress Sizes Misses 6 to 18 Jr. Petite 3 to 15 ·oi Deborah Gunnoe, David M. Naylor Wed Ellen Mann Wed on Saturday Miss Ellen Lee Mann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey W. Mann of Nitro, and Michael Allen Ferrari, son of Mr. and Mrs, Athony J. Ferrari, also of Nitro, were married Saturday at St. Paul's United Methodist Church in Nitro, with the Rev. James B. Arbogast and the Rev. Leroy Beyer officiating. Mrs. Nora Synder, organist, accompanied the soloist, Susan Sanders, and the bride was given in marriage by her father. * * * LINDA MANN was her sister's maid of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. D. Wilson Mann,Jr., of Morgantown, sister-in- law of the bride; Sue Kirkpatrick of. Bethesda, Md., Donna Tackett of Paden City, Barbara Lilly, Mrs. Stephen Miller, Mrs. Steven Cavender and Mrs. Jack Eastwood, all.of Nitro. David A. Ferrari was best man for his brother and ushers were D. Wilson Mann Jr., of Morgantown, brother of the bride, Frank Nester.of Morgantown, Sam Gat- tlieg of Charleston, Kenneth R. Mann Jr., Kevin Mathes, Thomas Moore and Michael Burdette, all of Nitro. After a reception in the church fellowship hall, the couple left for a trip to Florida. They will reside in Morgantown. Both are graduates of Nitro High School. She is a senior at West Virginia University where she is studying dental hygiene. Her husband is a senior at WVU majoring in marketing. Miss Deborah K. Gunnoe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Gunnoe of Elkview, became the bride of David Michael Naylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. G.F. Naylor of Pinch on Saturday in the Elkview Baptist Church. The Rev. Frank P. Malone officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Charlene Harless, Mrs. Betty Metz, aunt of the bride, and Steve Melton. The bride was given in marriage by her father, Mrs. Brenda Jones was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Melodie Gunnoe, sister of the bride, and Miss Teia Kay Ann Hoover, aunt of the bride. Lorah Beth Gunnoe and Sandra Gunno, sisters of the bride, were junior bridesmaid and flowergirl. * * * RONNIE STRICKER of Pinch was best man. Ushers were Rusty Harper of Clendenin, Rick Harless of Elkview and Glenn Naylor, brother of the bridegroom. Matt Hill, cousin of the bride, was ringbearer. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C. They will live at 1319 Virginia St. Mr. and Mrs. Naylor are graduates of Herbert Hoover High School. She is employed by Kanawha Valley Bank. He is a student at West Virginia University, where he is a member of Alpha Phi Delta Fraternity. He is employed by Union Carbide Corp. for the summer. Open Mon. Thru Fri. 'til 5:30 P.M. Sat. 'til 5:00 P.M. .MASTER CHARGES. BANKAMERICARD 1598 Washington StE., Charleston Phone 342-4332 Come in and see our "dogs" FINAL CLEAN-UP ALL SUMMER MERCHANDISE DRESSES GREATLY REDUCED SPORTSWEAR 1/2 PRICE OF COURSE, OBERLAN'S onQuarricr ONI GROUP VILLAGE C7/pWARDROBE MRS. D.M. NAYLOR . former Deborah Gunnoe Open Monday'til 9 DOG DAYS r FINAL MRS. M.A. FERRARI . .former Ellen Lee Mann Wedding Plans Are Revealed Stewart-Wright Mrs. Patricia Stewart of Grove City, Pa., and M. Sgt. Ronald L. Stewart of Offutt AFB, Neb., are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Linda Rae of Charleston, to Harold Jay Wright. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Wright of Hometown. A late May wedding is being planned. Miss Stewart and her fiance are students at West Virginia University. She is studying psychology and he is a biology major. Lee-Collins In an open-church ceremony planned for 3:30 p.m. on Aug. 2 in the Glasgow United Methodist Church, Miss Susan Elaine Lee will become the bride of Thomas P. Collins of Shinnston. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Lee of Glasgow, and his parents are Mr. and Mra Playford Collins of Kingwood. Miss Lee is a senior at West Virginia University. Her fiance attended Fairmont State College and is employed by Motion- gahela Power Co. ^ Junior Long and Short Dresses IF Originally $28 to $48 SHOE SALE FORMERLY SELLING $ 18 to '27 $ 8$ 10$ 12 Junior Super Look Famous Swirinwear '90 Spring, Summer and Early Fall Styles PENAUO-COBBIE-JOYCE RED CROSS-TOWN COUNTRY 7 ! Originally $14 to 15 Famous California Polyester Separates 8 W ,, '18 Originally $17 to $36 Junior Summer Colorful Shorts 190 4 ! Originally $9 Shoes for fashionable women 236 CAPITOL ST. Junior Printed Cotton Tops 190 Originally $11 Famous Name Junior Pants 49 o' Originally $17 206 CAPITOL ST. · CHARLESTON Sfc* *301. 5-MM. 4 W.'«t Hft. ST. AllANS PLAZA · ST. ALBANS Shop 10 to 9-Sotnrdar 'ti t P.M.

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