Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 20, 1976 · Page 30
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 30

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 20, 1976
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7C -June 20, 1976 Sunday Gasette-Mail Charleston, West Virginia Open House Honorees Celebrating their golden wedding anniversary with an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. June 27 at their home on Cicerone Route in Sissonville will be Mr. and Mrs. George F. Haynes. They were married June 9, 1926, in Charleston. She is the former Hattie Phillips of Wal- ton. He is retired from Libby Owens Ford Glass Co. Their two daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Ball of Charleston and Mary Haynes of Sissonville, will be hostesses for the open house. They have four grandchildren. Deborah Lancianese Is Married ; t ;A Missbeborah Ann Lancianese, daughter i 1 of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Lancianese of St. Marys, became the bride of Jeffry MRS J.H. HALL ...former Deborah Lancianese Hughes Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hall of St. Albans, Saturday in St. Anthony Catholic Church. The Rev. Melvin Averman officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Stephen Goodwin and Mrs. David Shurnan. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Katy Jo Lancianese was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Pam Lancianese, Beth Ann Mierley, Mary Bruce Harshbarger, Cheryl Murphy. Mrs. Any Nolan and Nancy Leonoro. Rogers Harshbarger Jr. served as best man. Ushers were Phillip Hall, Donald Wolfe, Richard Lancianese, Denzil Dillon, Rodney Legg and John Gibson. A reception was held in the grand ballroom of the Daniel Boone Hotel. Mrs. Hall is a graduate of St. Mary High School. She graduated cum laude from from Fairmont State College, where she was affiliated with the Student Education Assn.. Kappa Delta Pi and Alpha Xi Delta Sorority. Her husband graduated from St. Albans High School and from West Virginia University. Kathy Jo Gillenwater Is Bride Kathy Jo Gillenwater, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gillenwater, became the bride of Johnny Dee Canterbury, son of Mr. and Mrs. Seigel Canterbury, all of Madison, at 7 p.m., Saturday, in the Madison Baptist Church. The Rev. James F. Horton officiated. Bert Bostic was soloist and was accompanied by Mrs. Sybilla Caudill, organist. ' The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Susie Bell was her sister's matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Barbara Miller and Miss Donna Gillenwater, also sisters of the bride. Miss Kelly Canterbury, daughter of the bridegroom, and Miss Julie Miller, niece of the bride, were flowergirls. Freddy Canterbury was best man for his brother. Keith Miller, brother-in-law of the bride, and Jim Gillenwater, brother of the bride were ushers. A reception was held at the Madison Memorial Building, and a wedding trip has been planned for a later date. The couple will reside at 103 Howell Place in Madison. The bride is a 1975 graduate of Scott High School, and is currently employed 1 : I MRS. JOHNNY DEE CANTERBURY ...former Kathy Jo Cillenwaler with Westmoreland Coal Company. The bridegroom is a 1967 graduate of the same school and is employed by Eastern Associated Coal Corp. If Masters Tuxedo )5 » 1016 Quarrier St. Charleston- 346-0483 and after S""*""' Six helps make it happier Is she captivated by the twinkle in his eye or ihe dashing "Charleston" loimai? We take special pride in making certain the groom and his men look their elegant best That's why we recommend After Six inspired fashions to couples who want their day to be the realization of their most beautiful dreams See tne latest colors and styles by After Six and reserve your choice now Miss Sheryl Lynn Bode Miss Joanna Lynn Racer Bride of Guy W. Mick Jr. Bride of Gene F. Wright Miss Sheryl Lynn Bode, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Bode of Clendenin, became the bride of Guy \V. Mick Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy W. Mick of Buckhannon, at 2 p.m. Saturday in the First Baptist Church at Clendenin. The Rev. Vance Gainer, uncle of the bridegroom officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Mary Trout of Nitro. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Ronda Albright, cousin of the bridegroom, was matron of honor, and bridesmaids were Mrs. Sandra Duffy of Ravenswood and Miss Cora Mick, sister of the bridegroom. Misses Paula Ann and Tammi Jean Bode, nieces of the bride, were flowergirls. Bill Mick served as best man for his brother. Ushers were Robert Mick, brother of the bridegroom, and Terry Bode, brother of the bride. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Virginia and southern West Virginia. Mrs. Mick is a graduate of Glenville State College and Marshall University's graduate school. She is an assistant professor of business administration at Glenville State. MRS. GUY W.MICK JR. ...former Sherj-l Lynn Bode Her husband graduated from West Virginia Wesleyan College and is employed by the State Department of Highways. Miss Cynthia Kennedy, R. E. Higginbotham Wed Oakwood Baptist Church was the setting Friday for the wedding of Miss Cynthia Kennedy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph D. Kennedy of 2137 Smith Rd., and Ralph E. Higginbotham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Higginbotham of South Charleston. The Rev. Lee White officiated and .music was provided by Mark Edwards and Jim Hawks, soloist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Tami Atkinson was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Deloris Walker of Madison, Miss Barbara DeBoard of Charleston and Mrs. Kathy Higginbotham, sister-in-law of the bridegroom of South Charleston. Tracey Suppa. Nicki Westfall and Shawn Dew were flow- ergirls and ringbearer. The bridegroom's brother, Tom Higginbotham, served as best man. Ushers were Dale Kennedy, brother of the bride, and Rob Hudson and Gary Coins, cousins of the bridegroom. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Carolina Beach, N.C. They will live at 1100 Ivywood Lane, South Charleston. Mrs. Higginbotham, a graduate of George Washington High School, is employed by Newbrough Photography. MRS. R. E. HIGGINBOTHAM ...former Cynthia Kennedy Her husband graduated from South Charleston High School and attended West Virginia State College. He is employed by Union Carbide. Maiden Eastern Star Group To Install New Slate Saturday Salina Chapter No. 81, Order of the Eastern Star Installation of officers will be held at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Masonic Temple in Maiden. Mrs. Mary Jewell Barker will be installed as worthy matron with her husband, Kenneth C. Barker as worthy patron. Installing officers will be Mrs. Wilma Sweeny, Kenneth Brock, Mrs. Elaine King, Mrs. Betty McCamey, Mrs. Hattie Calvert, Mrs. Marie Wills, and Mrs. Bill Gardner. Other officers to be installed are: Mrs. Nina Elkins, associate matron; William Elkins, associate patron; Miss Mildred McDermott, secretary; Mrs. Virginia Russell, conductress; Mrs. Sarah Christenson, associate conductress; Mrs. Jean Skiles, chaplain; Mrs. Edna Fuller, mar- shall; Mrs. Sarah Webb, Adah; Mrs. Geraldine Duer, Ruth; Mrs. Gladys White, Esther; Mrs. Irene Long, Martha; Miss Karen Peters, Electa; Mrs. Ann Turner, warder; and Owen Russel, sentinel. A reception will follow with Mrs. Helen C. Belcher, Mrs. Hellen W. Belcher and Mrs. Marilyn Lynch as hostesses. All Eastern Star members are invited. LIVING COLOR PACKAGE SPECIAL CHILDREN-ADULTS-FAMILY GROUPS NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR GROUPS YOU GET ALL THIS AND ALL COLOR 3-8X10's 3-5X7's 15-WALLETS ONLY. $10.95 TOTAL COST YOU WILL PAY MORE FOR ONE ADDITIONAL PICTURE ELSEWHERE! y $3.00 when photographed 'and only $7.95 when you pickup^ your package" SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Photography by FRED WELLAAAN THIS PACKAGE WOULD NORMALLY SELL FOR OVER $35.00 MONDAY TUESDAY JUNE 2st 22nd WEDNESDAY THURSDAY JUNE23RD24TH. PLAZA EAST HRS.-11:00 AH. TO 4:30 PH. ALSO 5:30 TO 7:30-MON. WED. KELLY COHEN APPLIANCE CENTER Marriage vows were exchanged by Miss Joanna Lynn Racer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar J. Racer of Nitro, and Gene Franklin Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin A. Wright of Cox's Creek, Ky., at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Westminster Presbyterian Church in Kanawha City. The Rev. Dr. Jerry A. Barren officiated, and music was provided by Gary Harney, organist, Mrs. Ellen Beal, flutist, and Mrs. Dean Ann Levisay, soloist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Serving as matron of honor was Mrs. Ellen Beal. Lynne Farley of Nitro, Denise Melton of Poca. Kay Hoffman of New Haven and Mrs. Janet Simpson of Lexington, Ky., were attendants. Serving as best man for his brother was Daniel Wright. Edward L. Spalding, Gary L. Spalding and James L. Keeling, all of Cox's Creek and John C. Ball of Deputy, Ind.. were groomsmen. Following a wedding trip to the Greenbrier and Lake Buena Vista, Florida, the couple will reside in Lexington, Ky. Mrs. Wright, a graduate of the University of Kentucky School of Music, is an elementary music specialist with the Putnam County Board of Education. Her hus- MRS. GENE FRANKLIN WRIGHT ...former Joanna Lynn Racer ', band, a senior at the University of Kentucky School of Music, is the minister of music at Hillcrest Baptist Church in Lexington. Engagements A nnounced Nunley-Randolph Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nunley of 845 South Park Rd. are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Donna, to Michael E. Randolph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Randolph of 5154 Dover Dr. The wedding will take place at 2 p.m. Aug. 14 in Shelter 3 at Kanawha State Forest. Miss Nunley is employed by Crawford and Co.. Insurance Adjusters. Her fiance is employed by Shawnee Hills Regional Center. Hints for Food There is little or no waste to frozen fruits because they are usually served just as they come from the package. * * * Frozen fruits may retain high quality for as long as 12 months when stored at 0°F. or below. McCown-McCormick The Fairview United Methodist Church will be the setting July 3 for the marriage of Debra Lynn McCown, daughter of John W. Lucenti of Brookside Drive, and Raymond Don McCormick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Denver D. McCormick of Rt. 4. The bride-elect attended Charleston Catholic High School and is employed by.' Lucenti's Grocery. Her fiance is a graduate of Nitro High School and is employed by Dunn Day Construction. WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE LINEN LAMINATING FOR PHOTOGRAPHS CERTIFICATES ·Mxtldiitg of ill IYP« ·NicdUpoint "Ernbroid*ri«t 'CrBWll, BtC. HARPER'S Hours 9 to 4 32'A Cupilol Si. 343-2881 ChiriBiton W.Vi Care Free Styles for Summer Reg. S25.00 Natural Curl 5 12.75 Reg550.00 TreasureChest, p |acenUP | us , and Stye --heal activated-- | I with couoon- f~ Frost "1 -SHORT HAIR- [c!t_M_8J5 ,' 7MFIFEST. 342-4542 OPENEVnfNCSBrAPPOINTMENrjONOAr-niESD/ir-THURSDAr-FRfDAir One Woman Out of 5,000 is Lucky Enough To Own A Genuine (Not Synthetic) Hounil Cut IN-ar Marquise Emerald Until now, only one woman out of 5,000 could afford a genuine emerald. Due to an unusual purchase, you can now own a genuine emerald, not a Undo (Carbide, or Chatham, or Gilson or any other synthetic. These arc genuine natural emeralds and are a highly desirable color, deep Kelly green and come in all shapes; round, pear, marquise and emerald cut. These genuine emeralds are not mounted and will be sold for $85.00 per carat. We will weigh your emerald right in front of you to assure you of exact weight and they are guaranteed in writing. If you w i s h , we can have your emerald mounted for you in MK solid gold mounting or you can have your own jeweler do that job. We also have a few emeralds already mounted--some with diamonds, some without. As you know, only at BB will you find values like this--BB the store where you find the unusual. Emerald Cut We also have some unmounted genuine Topaz, Peridot, Jade, Aquamarine, Green Sapphires, and Blue Sapphires for as low as S5.00 a carat. ONE CARAT DIAMOND SOLITAIRE RINGS START AT 550°° Per Carat M ail Phone Orders Accepted "The World's Smallest Depf. 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