Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 9, 1974 · Page 70
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June 9, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 70

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Sunday Gasette-Mait Charleston. West Virginia Ramey-Cummings Vows Said HURRICANE - The Hurricane Nazarene Church was the setting on Saturday for the marriage of Miss Diana Lynn Cummings. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Cummings to Randall Douglas Ramey. son of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Ramey, all of Hurricane. The Rev. C. Harold Smith performed the ceremony and Rebecca Powers, accompanied by Marsha Meadows, provided the musical program. The bride was given in marriage by her father. * * * MAID OF HONOR was Regina Ramey and bridesmaids were Barbara Ferine and Debra Simmons. Jeanie Hunter was flowergirl. Danny Runion served as best man and ushers included H o w a r d H i c k s a n d G a r y Hicks. A reception followed in the church activities building. Mr. and Mrs. Ramey are graduates of Hurricane High School. He attended West Virginia State College and is employed by Victor Business Machines. The couple will honeymoon at Carter Caves State Park in Kentucky and will reside at Hurricane. it's For Father June 16th GrandSlam "Worlds Greatest Golf Shirt" -** \ s-.v^v \ ' n \ - v * r Grand Slam' 0 ... Comfortable, ' colorful, styled for best swinging on course or off. Feels great-cool and neat. New- look long pointed fashion collar, pointed pocket. Long placket, underarm action gusset. Durable knit Fortrel" 1 polyester and cotton. Great Colors. Sizes S-M-L-XL S9.00 OPEN THURSDAY NIGHTVv 600 "D" ST. S. CHARLESTON IES' For Father June 16th The most popular golf style for men, enhancing the subtle square toe look with Tip, Kiltie and Saddle of Africator. Rich Brown White All-over White Widths: Narrow- Medium Performance Checklist: ·J totally waterproof! ·J cushioned heelguards! ·/ Philjips replaceable spikes! V flexible polymeric uppers! Open Thursday Night IES' Colleagues Club Installs Officers Mrs. Robert Allen was installed as president of the Colleagues Club. Inc., during the group's 59th anniversary dinner at H u m p h r e y s Pine Room. Mrs. R. L. Bradford conducted the installation. Uther officers installed are Miss Laurnetta Davis, vice president: Mrs. Barbara Harris, recording secretary; Mrs. Eathel Taylor, assistant re- c o r d i n g j e c r e t a r y ; Mrs. 'Geoge B. Rayford, corresponding secretary; Mrs. James C. Campbell, treasurer; Mrs. Jane Dunlap, financial secretary; Mrs. R. R. Cooper, publicity secretary; and Mrs. James G. Williams, parliamentarian. MRS. HARRY A. Coleman, who will be moving with her husband, the Rev. Coleman. to West Virginia Wesleyan College, where he will be an instructor and assistant dean of the chapel, was an honored guest. Speaker was Mrs. Cornel Snow and music was provided by Mrs. W i l l i a m S. Woody and Frederick S. Lewis. Mrs. Charles Halsey and Mrs. E. R. Armstead were cochairmen for the dinner. MRS. R. D. RAMEY former Diana Cummings Miss DeBolt Married Friday In an evening ceremony on Friday at Boyd Memorial Christian Church, Miss Brenda Lee DeBolt. became the bride of William Gary Knign- ton. Her parents are Mrs. Gay Evelyn DeBolt of Hazelwood Avenue and the late Mr. William Edward DeBolt. and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William T. Knighton of Washington Street. W. With the Rev. J. Howard Griffith officiating, the bride was given in marriage by her grandfather, Tom Fitzwater. Nuptial music was provided by soloist Jerry Britt, organist Mrs. Imogene Lee and guitarist Jimmy Smith. Matron of honor was Mrs. Ann Parsons and bridesmaids included Miss Cheryl Knighton. sister of the bridegroom, a n d Miss P h y l l i s N e l s o n . Flowergirl was Sally Ann Carpenter, escorted by her brother, Robbie Carpenter, and ringbearer was Scott Carmichael. BEST MAN was Steve K n i g h t o n , b r o t h e r of the bridegroom and ushers were David Knighton and Michael Knighton also brothers. Acolytes included Nelson DeBolt, brother of the bride, and Timmy Ventisanas. The bride will graduate in the fall from Concord College with a B. S. degree in early childhood education and was active in Campus Crusade for Christ there. Her husband attended West Virginia State College and now is employed by the U. S. Postal Service. After a reception at the church's fellowship hall, the couple left for a honeymoon in the Pocono M o u n t a i n s in Pennsylvania. They will reside at 510 21st St. MRS. W. G. KNIGHTON . . . former Brenda DeBolt Leona Casto Bride Of Terry Games MRS. TERRY GARNES . . . .former [.conn Canto ROBERTSBURG - Bowles Ridge Church of God was the setting on Saturday for the marriage of Miss Leona Casto, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Casto of Robertsburg and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Riffle of Liberty, to Terry Games. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Games of Kenna. The double-ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Herman Gandee, uncle of the bridegroom. Music was furnished by Mrs. Sue Ranson, soloist, and Wayne Rollins, pianist. The bride was given in marriage by her grandfather. MRS. MARILYN Young served as matron of honor and : bridesmaids were Kim Casto, sister of the bride, and Debbie Harrison. Karrie Beller, a; cousin, was flowergirl and Rusty Casto, a-brother, was ringbearer. Billy Young served as best man and ushers were Steve Carnell and Danny Raynes. Following a reception, the couple left for a short honey-; rnoon. They will reside in Kenna. , Pamela Lynch Wed To Richard Burton The Rev. Albert C. Van Re- enen and the Rev. Hilarion V. Cann officiated Saturday for the marriage of Miss Pamela Jean Lynch to Richard H. Burton in the First United Methodist Church of Clendenin. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Lynch of Clendenin and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Emery W. Burton Jr. of Nottingham Road. Miss Karen Quick, vocalist, and Randall Peters, pianist, furnished the nuptial music. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Rebecca Rollyson, sister of the bride, was matron of honor and bridesmaids included Miss Cheryl Wilcox, a cousin. Mrs. Deborah McQuain and Miss Helen Brestel. Miss Angela Harris, another cousin, was j u n i o r bridesmaid. The flowergirl was Wendla Burton, cousin of the bridegroom and ringbearer was Fredrick Lee Harris, cousin of the bride. * * * JOSEPH E. BURTON, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man and ushers included Larry A. Griffith, James R. Brooks and Jennings R. Beller. After a' reception in the fellowship hall of the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C. Mrs. B u r t o n g r a d u a t e d from Herbert Hoover High School and attended Fairmont State College where she was a member of the Falconette Majorette Corps. She is a senior at West Virginia State College and is on the dean's list there. Her husband is a graduate of Charleston Catholic High School, attended Concord College and is now a junior at State. He is a Vietnam veter- MRS. R.H. BURTON . . .former Pamela Lynch · an and is presently employed as a planning technician' for the West Virginia Department of Highways. ; The couple will reside- in Clendenin. Miss Lanham Baptist Bride MRS. W. D. SAMPLES . . former Darlene Lanham In a candlelight ceremony on Saturday at Mary Daisy Missionary Baptist Church, Miss Darlene Rae Lanham became the bride of William David Samples. She is the daughter of Mrs. Mabel Lanham of Wild wood Acres and the late Mr. Ray Lanham, and his parents are Mrs. Mae Samples of Randolph Street and the late Mr. Wilson G. Samp!-js. The Rev. Roger Mullins performed the ceremony with a musical program provided by Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Fisher, cousins of the bride. She was given in marriage by her brother-in-la,w, Roy Short. Mrs. Gwenn Short, sister of the bride was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Joan Facemyer, another sister, and Linda Wilkinson of Newport News, Va. How Can I? SOUTH CHARLESTON Q. How can I cope with my youngster's shoes which have become so badly scuffed that they refuse to take a good polish? A. Sometimes rubbing over the shoes with a piece of raw potato, then applying your polish, brings up a good luster. Q. How can I clean wnjjght Rebecca Blevins, Gary Bleau Marry In a ceremony performed Saturday at Belle Presbyterian Church, Miss Rebecca Blevins. daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Denver S. Blevins of Belle, exchanged vows with Gary Bleau, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Bleau of Nitro. Officiating was the bride's father and she was given in marriage by her grandfather, Fred Wellons of Kenly, N.C. Nuptial music was furnished by Mrs. Hector D. Frame of B'elle on the organ and soloist, Robert Tweel of Huntington. M a i d of honor was the bride's sister. Miss Esther Blevins and matron of honor was Mrs. Michael Willis of Seminole, Fla. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Roger Mead of Midland, Mich., Mrs. Faye Raper of Middlesex, N.C., Miss Stacy Lewis and Miss Cindy Cassio of Charleston. Flowergirl and ringbearer were Aaron Mead of Midland and Tim Thompson. * * * H O N O R A R Y BRIDESMAIDS included Linda Westfall, Cathy Lucas, Sharon Booth, Brenda Midkiff, Mary Smity, Debbie Roseberry. Mary Barnett. Judy Dominquez, Lynn Aken, Judy Wartluft, Linda Blevins and Viola Kimtez. The father of the bridegroom served as best man and groomsmen included Dr. Roger Mead of Midland, a brother-in-law, Andrew S. Rager of CORRECTION An error appeared in the Stone-Newhouse wedding story on June 2. His grandparents were listed as the late Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Stone. Mrs. Stone is still living. Nitro, Dale Wartluft of Dayton, Ohio, and Stephen Wellons of Colonial Heights, Va.. and Wayne Blevins of Bluefield, cousins of the bride. A reception followed in the church's reception hall. The couple w i l l honeymoon in H a w a i i , San Francisco and Las Vegas. Mrs. Bleau is a senior at Morris Harvey College majoring in management and marketing and is a member of Delta Zeta Sorority and a sister of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity. She works in customer sales at WKLC FM/AM Radio Station. Her husband received an A.S. degree from West Virginia University and is employed MRS. GARY BLEAU . . . .former Rebecca lilevins by BB Beachland Glass Co. The couple will make their home at 2106 Kanawha Blvd.. E. 1305DUNBARAVE. 3 blocks west of 1-64 Exit DUNBAR, W. VA. 'Specializing in Large and Half Sizes!" Valley's greatest selections in SIZES 16 TO 52 and14 1 /2to32 1 /2 ·SWIMWEAR .SHORTS .TOPS · PANT SUITS .DRESSES ·LINGERIE ·CO-ORDINATES OPEN THURSDAY'TIL9 P.M. We honor BonkAmtricard Master Charge. CHARLIE HARPER served as best man and ushers iriclud- ed David.Whittard and $teve Wilkinson. j Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the bride. Mrs. Samples is a graduate of Stonewall Jackson;High School and is employed by C P Telephone Co. H e r h u s b a n d g r a d u a t e d from Charleston High School and attended Carver Career and T e c h n i c a l School for welding.He served two years active duty in the Navy Re- / serves and is a member of Boilermakers Local 667. He is employed as a w e l d e r by Mountaineer Euclid, Inc., in South Charleston. The couple will honeymoon at Hawks Nest State Park and will travel through the southern part of the state. iron furniture? A. By rubbing with a woolen cloth Moistened with any thin oil, such as a paraffin oil or kerosene. TOTALLY DEVOTED TO THE BRIDE our complete Bridal Services are at your command. Your wedding calls for the perfect gown from our Bridal Salon on the second floor. Mrs. Nisbet, our bridal consultant will assist you in selecting your gown whether it's something in our regular stock . . . or a special order. Plus fashions for Bridesmaid, Miad-of-Honor and Mother-Of-The Bride and Mother of the Groom GOWNS FROM 80.00 to 250.00 Mrs. Nisbet will also assist at your wedding . . . Doing all those last minute extras that are so important on your wedding day. Come in and talk with her, she'll make you glad you chose Stone and Thomas for your wedding headquarters. While you're here, you can look through our other many fine departments for furnishing that new home. And our Bridal Registry will help you do that without duplications. Isn't it nice to know that you can get it all taken care of at just one store. And that Stone and Thomas Personnel are always here to help ... long after the honeymoon is over.

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