Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 20, 1976 · Page 29
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 29

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 20, 1976
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«C -June 20, 1976 Siiiutay C.j.UjJH.11 Miss Laura Bragg Bride MissJenet McClean Bride Qf David Henrv McDaniel Of Richard Warren Bland BECKLEY-- Miss Jenet Burns McClean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Paul McClean, became the bride of Richard Warren Bland, son of Mr. and Mrs. MRS. RICHARD WARREN BLAND .. . former Jenel Burnt McClean James P. Bland, all of Beckley, at 8 p.m. Saturday in the Beckley Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Julian Walthall officiated, and music was provided by Mark, Loa, and Marty Martin. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mary Beth and Margaret Anne McClean, sisters of the bride, were attendants. Carl Winters of Morton, 111. served as best man. Ushers were Richard Cappellari of Summersville, James Bushee of Vienna, Va., Joe Trevino of Cincinnati, Ohio, William McClure of Parkersburg, Larry Bays, Jerry Halstead and Charles Farmer, all of Beckley. Following a reception at the Black Knight Country Club, the couple left ona wedding trip to White Sulphur Springs. They will reside at 123 Dutch Lane in Beckley. Mrs. Bland is a graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School and Sullin College, Bristol, Va., where she received a B. S. in human nutrition and foods. Her husband, also a Woodrow Wilson graduate, received a B. S. in aerospace engineering from West Virginia University. He is employed by Lively Manufacturing Co., in Glen White. MADISON - Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Bragg of Madison have announced the marriage on Saturday of their daughter, Laura Frances, and David Henry McDaniel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert H. McDaniel of Bridgeport. The Rev. Jennings Fast officiated in the Wesley Chapel at West Virginia Wesleyan MRS. D. H. MCDANIEL . .. former Laura Bragg College in Buckhannon and the bride was given in marriage by her father. * * * DR. BOBBY Loftis, organist, accompanied the soloists, Paula Hess and Mary Ann Bragg. Mrs. Karen Burner was matron of honor and Mary Ann Bragg, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Paula Hess, Janet Smith and Mrs. Marilyn Mickel. Kathy McDaniel and Jenny McDaniel were flowergirls and Janey Bragg was the ringbearer. Dr. Robert McDaniel was his brother's best man and ushers were Mike Rollins, John Gerwig, David Swartz and George Caflisch. A RECEPTION-was held in the Benedum Hall Lounge at Wesleyan. The bride graduated from Scott High School and has a B. A. degree in chemistry and a master's degree in physiology and biophysics from West Virginia University. She is a second year medical student at WVU. Her husband has a B. S. degree in chemistry from WVU and is a third year student in the WVU Medical school. They will reside in Morgantown. Five Generations Gathering for a picture are (from left) Frank L. McCarthy of Fort Myers. Fla., great-great- grandfather; Trudy Fuller of Margate, Fla., great-grand- mother; Louise Smith of St. Albans, grandmother; Joyce Mayhew of St. Albans, mother, of B r i a n C h a r l e s M a y h e w , 9 months old. Lisa Michelle Ballard, Miss Karen Gene Idelman Bride Bruce Wayne Adkins Wed » Of Charles McClung on Saturday Miss Karen Gene Idleman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene W. Idleman of Elk- MRS.C.M. MCCLUNG . . .'.former 'Karen Idleman view, became the bride of Charles Mark McClung, son of the Rev. and Mrs. James McClung of Oxford, Fla., at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the Elkview Baptist Church. The Rev. Delbert L. Smith officiated and music was provided by Sally Neeley and Sue Proctor. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Barbara Baldwin was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Lois Idleman, sister-in-law of the bride, and Miss Deborah Idleman, cousin of the bride. Curtis McClung served as best man for his brother. Ushers were Jeffrey Callen and David Dye. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Blackwa- . ter Falls State Park. They will live at Pinch. Mrs. McClung is a graduate of Herbert Hoover High School and is employed by the West Virginia Tax Department. Her husband, a graduate of Wildwood (Florida) High School, is employed by Union Carbide Corp. ? Brenda Nutter Wed on Saturday ""Married Saturday in the Village Chapel Presbyterian Church were Miss Brenda Joyce Nutter, daughter of Mrs. Joy Nutter, and Thomas Lee Mahan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Mahan, all of Charleston. The Rev. Conrad Crow officiated and the bride was given in marriage by her brother, Nathan M. Nutter. ;;·'· Bridal attendants were Sharon Ann Nutter, Mary Lynn Mahan and Patricia Ann Mahan, the couple's sisters. Roger Pauley of Cane Fork served as best man and ushers were Everette Chanterbury, Dennis Edgell, Nelson Hill and Paul Hutton all of Charleston. I A reception was held at the Nutter home. -: Mr. and Mrs. Mahan are graduates of Charleston High School. She is employed by CAMC, General Division. He is a student at the Ohio Institute of Technology 'and is employed by Heublein Corp. of Columbus, Ohio. MRS. T. L. MAHAN .. former Brenda Nutter This Sunday our doors will be open. But our cash registers will be closed This Sunday you can :ee the dozens of beautifully decorated rooms m our Ethan Allen Gallery. Visit our Home Fashion Center Tal'G your time Brouse at your leisure ti-ien if you get any good ideas while you're our guest OP Sunday come bad on Monday And be our customer. FREE PARKINC FREE DELIVERY US MILE RADIUS Carriage House Inc. FREE PARKING NOW OPEN TWO EVENINGS MON.IFSI. ·TIU:45P.M. OPENDAUT 10A.M'TILS P.M. SUNDAY BROWSING 1-5P.M. PHONE (304)735-8911 5221 U.S. ROUTE 60 EAST, HUNTINGTOH, W. VA. HI! --5-2JTH ST.-1HJ WINS HMIMUBWCDT . Si; MRS. B. W. ADKINS .. . former Lisa Bollard O K S l K J T o I n s t a l l Now Slate 1 Tuesday Hurricane Chaptei 116, Order of the Eastern Star, will install officers at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Masonic Temple. Officers to be installed are Judy Billups, worthy matron; William A. Painter, worthy patron; Elizabeth Jean Walker, associate matron; Major Walker, associate patron; Ella Shade, secretary; Susan Walker, treasurer; Zelma Lawson, conductress; Loretta Bowles, associate conductress; Ruth Ann Crist, chaplain; Joyce Hodges, marshal; Barbara Cole, organist; June Coiner, Adah; Pauline Sunderland, Ruth; Catherine Weiskircher, Esther; Ruth Ann Perkins, Martha; Irene Goff, Electa; Olive McCallister, warder, and Sammie Cole, sentinel. Marriage vows were exchanged Saturday at the First Presbyterian Church by Miss Lisa Michelle Ballard, daughter of Mrs. Lois K. Ballard of South Charleston and the late Mr. Bernard Ballard, and Bruce Wayne Adkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl T. Adkins and grandson of Mrs. Ross Filson, all of Point Pleasant. The Rev Percy Hagan Jr. officiated and music was furnished by Mrs. Shirley Furry. Jon Cavendish was the soloist. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Charles E. (Ned) Pollack, and a reception followed the ceremony at the Army-Navy Club. Tia Ord, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Linda Adkins, sister of the bridegroom, and Vicki Martin. Mary Ann Fitzgerald and Donna Christian. * # # DAVID STUMP of Vienna was best man and ushers were Greg Adkins, brother of the bridegroom, Bart Ballard, brother of the bride, and Tom Payne. The newlyweds left for a trip to the Poconos Mountains Honeymoon Resort in Pennsylvania. She is a graduate of South Charleston High School and Morris Harvey College and is employed as a registered nurse at the Charleston Area Medical Center, Memorial Division. Her husband, a graduate of Point Pleasant High School, has a B. S. degree in medical science and is a physician's assistant for Drs. H. M. Hills Jr. and Luis A. Loimil, orthopedic surgeons in Charleston. Share a tradition with Thomas Jefferson. The authentic Jefferson Cup. In 1810. Thomas Jefferson designed a handsome, round- bottomed drinking cup. He commissioned a Urginia silversmith to craft eight cups in silver lined with gold. Jefferson treasured them highly, and bequeathed seven to his daughter for her children. Stieff faithfully reproduced the eight-ounce Jefferson Cup (as well as two-ounce miniatures), for you and your family. It is the only authentic reproduction available-truly something to treasure and hand down. In sterling and pewter. Pewter ........... $6.75 Miniature ......... 83.95 Sterling Silver ..... $63.00 JEWELRY CO. 1021QuarrierSt. Chark$!M,W.Vo. / /. / tire OUV/KMUZ.. E U J E L E R S "for gifts you'll give with pride . . . 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H. Ode/1, toll free, at (800) 624-6070. Effective dates jar daily rates and packages, now through November 10.1976. 'Service charge and lax excluded. IS-hole golf courses, each beginning and ending at the Golf Club: one of the world's finest tennis complexes, with 15 courts outdoors and five indoors. Plus platform tennis, outdoor and indoor swimming, riding, carnage rides, trap and skeet fields, bowling, bicycling, shops to browse and complimentary evening movies- the famous mineral baths and massages at the Spa. Daily supervised children's programs are available from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. Exciting evenings abound at the exclusive Old White Club... and the Golf Club, site of the popular Luncheon Buffet, which now offers a daily "happy hour" and informal dining, music and dancing under the stars on the terrace. While Sulphur Springs. West Virginia 24986 John S I .in,ih;irv Pn:siioni ;inl 'A.nir, ii DTCC.'O Renr«cnl«J 1V ROW! f Warner me

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