Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 20, 1976 · Page 32
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 32

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 20, 1976
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9C--June 20, 1976 Sunday Gazette-Mail -Charleston, West Virginia oS Peggy Lynn Skeens Weds Patrick W. McCrerev MRS. P. W. McCREREY .. . former Pegg) Skeens Miss Peggy Lynn Skeens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Skeens Sr. of Nitro and Patrick William McCrerev, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Lloyd McCrerey of Washington, Pa., were married Saturday at the Jesse DuPont Chapel, Hollins College, Virginia. Dr. Allie Frazier officiated at the ceremony, and Richard Cummins was organist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Bonnie Skeen Talbert of Cumberland, Md.. sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Barbara Richardson, cousin of the bridegroom, of Washington, Pa., was maid of honor. Michael Brubaker, of Roanoke. Va.. was best man, and ushers were Robert Skeen of Charleston, brother of the bride; John Stack, of Wheeling, and Jack Fentress of Roanoke, Va. A reception was held at Beale Memorial Garden at Hollins College. Following a southern wedding trip, the couple will reside at 1611 Brandon Ave. SW in Roanoke. The bride is a graduate of Nitro High School and Hollins College. She is em-, ployed as a probation counsellor for Roanoke City Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court. Her husband, a graduate of Immaculate Conception High School and Catholic University of America, is employed as a court service worker for Roanoke" Department of Human Services. Miss Susan Jo Moore Marries Tim Wamsley in Summersville MRS. TIM WAMSLEY ...former Susan Jo Moore Miss Susan Jo Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gibbs B. Moore, Summersville, became the bride of Tim Wamsley, son of Mrs. Reba Wamsley of Poole, and the late Mr. George D. Wamsley Jr.,at 4 p.m. Saturday at the Summersville Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Robert D. Burch officiated at the double-ring ceremony. Mrs. Charles Hughes, organist, accompanied Mrs. Ralph Bryant, Mrs. Roger Godwin, and soloist Dr. Yong Don Joo. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Jeannine Thabois. cousin of the bride was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Margaret Alice Brady, Maria Talerico. Anna Talerico, Connie Morton, and Lisa Thabois, cousin of the bride. Paul Thabois. nephew of the bride was ring- bearer and Mary Beth Burch was flower- girl. The aisle runner was placed by Brian Wamsley, nephew of the bridegroom. Eugene Wamsley, uncle of the bridegroom, was best man. Ushers were Michael Steadham. Richard Key, Barry Fitzwater, Joe Wamsley, brother of the bridegroom, and David Moore, brother of the bride. A buffet supper was held at Memorial Park Dining Hall. Music was provided by Ludgate Service of Washington, Pa. After a wedding trip to North Carolina, the couple will reside at Rt. 2,Box 691, Summersville. Both Mr.and Mrs. Wamsley are graduates of Nicholas County High School, and he is employed by the Kroger Co. Miss Karen LorettaTaschler Bride of Eliot Lynn Haneart Miss Karen Loretta Taschler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Taschler of Charleston, and Eliot Lynn Haneart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Haneart, also of Charleston, were married Saturday in St. Agnes Catholic Church, with Father Edward Sadie officiating. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her sisters, Mrs. Kathi Joseph, Mrs. Chris Mace, Miss Kimberly Taschler and Miss Nancy Fish were bridesmaids. Another-sister. Mrs. Carol Ann Harkins, was matron of honor. Miss Allison Gorman, niece of the bride was flowergirl. Jules Haneart served as best man for his brother. Ushers were Kevin Haneart, brother of the bridegroom. Greg Harris, cousin of the bridegroom, John Grass, and James Sullivan. Danny Lowther. cousin of the bridegroom was ringbearer. Following a reception at the Ramada Inn of South Charleston, the couple left for a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach. They will reside in Kanawha City. Mrs. Haneart graduated from Charleston Catholic High School and Morris Harvey College, where she received a B.A. in elementary education. She is currently employed by Risk's Plaza de Moda. Her husband also graduated from Charleston Catholic, and is presently a senior at'Mor- ris Harvey. He is employed by Fas-Chek in St. Albans. Miss Beverly Summers Is Bride Of Timothy I. Gooeh on Friday MRS.T. I. GOOCH ...former Beverly Summers ·ah Comer Married Friday Married Friday at the Davis Memorial Baptist Church by the Rev. Warren Anderson were Miss Beverly Summers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Summers of Edens Fork Road, and Timothy I. Gooch, son of Mrs. Leona M. Gooch of Shasta Drive and the late Mr. Frederick F. Gooch. Dianna Layne and Mrs. Teresa McCormick furnished the nuptial music and the bride was given in marriage by her father. After a reception at the church, the couple left for a trip to Hawks Nest State Park. Matron of honor was Mrs. Joyce Anderson. Robin Summers was bridesmaid for her cousin and Kathy Summers, niece of the bride, was the flowergirl. Arthur J. Summers Jr., brother of the bride, was best man and guests were seated by John ASummers, brother of the bride. Clinton Pickens, cousin of the bride, was the ring- bearer. The newlyweds will reside in Sissonville. Both are graduates of Sissonville High School. She is employed by Valley Bell Dairy and her husband is employed by A. W. Summers Contracting. He is a member of the SMPG Volunteer Fire Department of Sissonville. Mrs. E. L. HANCART .. .former Karen Taschler R u t h Curry I s Xaiucd OKS W o r t h y M a t r o n Mrs. R u t h Curry w i l l be installed as worthy matron and her husband, Donald, as worthy patron of Chelyan Chapter 101. Order of "Eastern Star, at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Chelyan Masonic Temple. Installing officers will be Daniel Scott, Mrs. Georgia Scott, Macel Fletcher, Mrs. Nell Kempf, Mrs. Cereda Noel, Mrs. Adeline Thornton, Okey Gillenwater and Mrs. Rosemary Harrison. Others taking office will be Mrs. Juanita Baldwin, associate matron; Richard Baldwin, associate patron; Mrs. Wenona Gillenwater. secretary; Mrs. Minnie Evans, treasurer; Mrs. Mae June O'Dell, conductress; Mrs. Elva Mullins, associate conductress: Mrs. Rosalie King, chaplain; Kitty Petty, marshal; Mrs. Barbara Murphy, organist; Mrs. LareeseFarha, Adah; Mrs. Jodie Fletcher, Ruth; Janet Asbury, Esther: Mrs. Nancy Williams, Martha; Mrs. Edith Buzzard. Electa; Mrs. Mondane Owens, warder; Harold Mollohan, sentinel, and Mrs. Glenda Smith, trustee. A reception will follow the installation. MRS. R. A. HOUCK . . . former Deborah Patrice Comer Miss Deborah Patrice Comer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis E. Comer of Charleston, and Richard Allen Houck, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Houck of Miami, were married at 8 p.m. Friday in the Kanawha City Church of Christ. The Rev. Paul Eskstein officiated. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Robin Anderson was maid of honor and attendants were Virginia Comer, sister-in-law of the bride, and Connie Rosenbaum. Wayne Houck served as his brother's best man. Keith Stevens, John Wilson, Keith Smith, and Gary McFann were ushers. A reception at the church followed the ceremony. The-^couple will reside in Marmet. The Cellar is Now Open Fashions for Gals and Guys as seen in Cosmo, G amour and G.Q. Clothes from all over the world--France, Italy, Enalandand U.S.A. Authentic Turauoise and Silver Jewelry, Alaskan Scrimshaw, A.qate and other natural stone jewel- ry. Imported Jeans and much MORE! Downstairs Budget Tapes and Records Phone 925-2110 3708 MocCork fe Ave., Si. K| Glenna Rumbaugh, John S. Trijall I Fed!. Miss Glenna Marie Rumbaugh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Warren Rumbaugh, became the bride of John Stephen Tryall, son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Tryall, all of St. Albans, Saturday in St. Peters United Methodist Church. The Rev. Bill Deel officiated and music was provided by Joy Anderson and Eileen Fisher. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Cindy Prater was maid of honor and attendants were Margie Woods, Loret- ta Ferrell and Margie Rumbaugh. Dorothy Rumbaugh was flowergirl. * * * JOHN TRYALL served as best man. Ushers were Victor Woods, Warren* Rum- baogh and Scott Rumbaugh. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Pipestem State Park. They will live at 1431 StuartSt. MRS. J.S. TRYALL .. .former Glennn Rumbaugh Hints for Food Be penny-wise: Remember, fresh fruit is generally highest in quality and lowest in price when in season. Choose only sound, fresh fruit. 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