Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 13, 1972 · Page 52
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 52

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 13, 1972
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2E--August 13. 1972 Sunday Ch»rl«ston, Wt»t Vlr9lnl »«j--.^uyust ij. i ^ « z Sunday (HueUe..»(,t. n · 1 Bridal H^d~SMurdayat St. John s Miss Caro1 Hil1 Bride ^O* Quotable Women Said: Miss Man- Willis Woodruff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Thomas Woodruff of 1643 Woodvale Rd., became the bride of Robert Lee Satterwhite, son of Robert Linwood Satterwhite of Franklin, Pa, at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in St. John's Episcopal Church. The Rev. Walter J. Mycoff officiated and music was provided by Mrs. M. K. Smith and Mrs. Wayne Swift. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of silk organza over satin peau bordered with Alencon lace and appliqued with lace and seed pearls and styled with an empire waistline, bishop sleeves, high round neckline and full train. Her mantilla was bordered with lace belonging to Mrs. George Cline of Bradenton, Fla. She carried white roses, miniature carnations and ivy. MRS. WAYNE SWIFT was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Marilyn Gaut, Miss Susan Speckman, MRS. R. L. SATTERWHITE . . . former Mary Woodruff Miss Ann Speckman. Mrs. Richard Kohn, Mrs. John Sivon and Mrs. James Wimberg. Susan Nicholas was flowergirl and Chester Wimberg was ringbearer. John Sivon was best man. Ushers were Ralph Justice, Wayne Swift, Christopher Woodruff, Robert Woodruff, Andrew Woodruff and Thomas Woodruff. Following a reception at Berry Hills Country Club, the couple left for a wedding trip to St. Thomas. V.I. They will live in Pittsburgh, where he will attend graduate school in library and information science at the University of Pittsburgh. * V -. MRS. SATTERWHITE has a B.A. degree from Bethany College and a master's degree in education from the University of Pittsburgh. She is a member of the Junior League of Pittsburgh and teaches in the Mount Lebanon School District. Her husband has a B.A. degree from Hiram College and an M.A. in English from the University of Michigan. Of Robert C. Burchett Sharon Kelly Weds Ronald Dayne Lusher RED HOUSE-The Rev. Raymond W. Kelly, grandfather of the bride, officiated Saturday at the Wade Chapel United Methodist Church at Red House when marriage vows were exchanged by Miss Sharon Ann Kelly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Kelly of Red House, and Ronald Dayne Lusher, son of Mrs. Dreama Lusher of Nitro and the late Mr. Arnold Lusher. Music was played by Maxine Jefferies, organist, and Jack Honaker was the soloist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a long A-line gown of silk organza designed with an empire bodice of reembroidered Alencon lace with a Victorian neckline and a short sleeves. Motifs of the same lace accented the skirt and chapel train and her shoulder-length veil of silk il- Salad Cool Dish Marinate drained canned Bartlett pears in bottled French d r e s s i n g . Serve chilled, with sliced stuffed olives over the pear halves. Center the pear halves with Cruncy Salvon Salad, made as follows: Mix 1 cup flaked canned salmon with ',: cup minced celery, \'\ cup pickle relish and enough mayonnaise to moisten. Garnish with lemon wedges. lusion was held by a Camelot cap of matching lace and seed pearls. She carried a colonial bouquet of white daisies and roses centered on the Bible her mother carried at her wedding. Mrs. Linda Thaxlon of Poca was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Connie Brown, cousin of the bride; Karen Kelly, sister of the bride; and Mrs. Patsy Hanson of Nitro. Tom Brewer of Nitro was best man and ushers were Tom Melton, Greg Grant and Michael Adkins, cousin of the bridegroom, all of Nitro. A reception was held in the church fellowship hall. Following a wedding trip through Ohio, the couple will reside at Cross Lanes. She graduated from Poca High School and is employed by West Virginia State Col- Miss C a r o l Grace Hill, daughter of Mrs. A. Lawrence Hill of Hurricane and the late Mr. Hill, became the bride of Robert Calvin Burchett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Burchett of St. Albans, at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in St. Andrews United Methodist Church. Music w a s provided by Mrs. Lewis Woodard of Charleston and Miss Lydia Long of Point Pleasant. Given in marriage by h e r brother Stephen Kent Hill the bride wore an A-line empire gown of ivory silk organza and peau d'Ange lace designed with a high neckline and bishop sleeves. Her chapel-length illusion veil was held by a lace cap and she carried white gladioli and yellow carnations. Mrs. D a v i d M. Perry of Dover Del., w a s matron of honor and bridesmaids were Jenny Goodwin of Oakmont. Pa., Teresa Broughton of Clarksburg and Karen Mitchell of St. Albans. Molly Bird and David Lawrence Hill were flowergirl and ringbearer. * * * THE BRIDEGROOM'S father served as best man. Ushers were Greg Briscoe and Ted Truslow of St. Albans and Michael Hicks of Charleston. Following a reception at the church the couple left for a wedding trip. They will live in Morgantown where she will enter graduate school at West Virginia University and he is By The Associated Press "The fact is that women are definitely not as good at chess as men. 4 ' Marilyn Brauv, cowinner of the 1972 U. S. Women's N a t i o n a l Chess Championship. "I'm not old enough to understand politics very well, but really Sen. McGovern picked you and I think he should stick with you." Eleven-year-old Lisa Coons in a letter to Sen. Thomas Eagleton. "What the world has witnessed this year was the sudden conversion of an idealistic vision of peace into a more realistic version of working together instead of fighting wars." Magazine publisher Elizabeth MacDonald Manning in a proposal that President Nixon be nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. * * w "I don't need a church or anything over my head. But I feel the Lord chose me as an instrument--otherwise h o w could I have the energy to do what I'm doing?" Terese Lts- ser, head of Reach for Recovery, an organization that aids women cancur victims. * · . "I had expected to meet soon again, but not this soon." Jean Westwood, chairman of the Democratic National Committee, in convening the ext r a o r d i n a r y session that named fill-in vice-presidential nominee Sargent Shriver. MRS. R. C. BURCHETT . . . former Carol Hill an electrical engineering major. Mr. and Mrs. Burchett graduated from St. Albans High School. She also is a graduate of WVU, where she majored in history and was a member of Phi Alpha Theta history honorary and Phi Sigma Alpha political science honorary He is a dean's l i s t student and belongs to Pershing Rifles and Scabbard and Blade military honoraries. The bride was honored with showers given by Mrs. Paul Pierson, Mrs. Roy Bird and Mrs. Eugene Holstein. ...get style ...get comfort ...get hopping ...get SHOES Hetzer-Robertson MRS. R. D. LUSHER . . . former Sharon Kelley Nitro High School and is em- lege. He is a graduate of ployed by the City of Nitro. The bride was honored with showers given by Mrs. Connie Brown, Mrs. Linda Thaxton, Mrs. Patsy Hanson and Karen Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Hetzer are announcing the engagement of their daugh- er, Brenda Kay, to Chadwick David Robertson, son Try Tasty Crab Ideas Crab, with just 63 calories in each 1-3 cup serving, is welcomed by dieters. For a tempting luncheon salad, arrange sliced Alaska king crab and fresh or frozen melon balls or chunks on a bed of crisp lettuce. Top with bottled low-calorie blue-cheese dressing. Dieting or not, guests will welcome this delicious combi- nation. Combine 2 (T'-i oz.) cans or ] Ib. frozen crab with l'/2 cups dairy sour cream. 1 package blue cheese salad dressing mix, and a small can of mushrooms. Spoon into shallow casserole lined with cooked broccoli. Sprinkle with buttered crumbs. Bake at 375 degrees for 25 minutes BRENDA HETZER of Mrs. Dolly Gray and stepson of Dr. James H. Gray, all of Belle. The open-church wedding will take place at 7 p.m. Oct. 6 in the Mount Juliet United Methodist Church and the Rev. Jim Hodges will officiate. Miss Hetzer graduated from Parkersburg South High School and attended Fairmont State Collge. She is a graduate of Center College, and is employed by First National Bank of Belle. Her fiance g r a d u a t e d from DuPont High School and attended Boise Junior College and West Virginia State College. He served with the Air Force and is employed by the National Bank of Commerce as manager of the Master Charge Department. He is a member of the American Institute of Banking. A. Kangaroo loafer with bran ornament) bltw or brown... $20. B. Su«deti«with bellow tongue toe; Multicolor suede*-ton/rust/brown/gold or navy/maroon /gold/It, blue..! $19. C. Cross strap in brown or navy suede leather combination... $20. £WV:':W:-V:W#:';'ft^^^ accessory fashion THERE'S IVO DOUBT ABOUT IT...THE FASHIO\ RACE HAS AIGXER ITALIAN LEATHERS STREARI\G AHEAD AT A FAST CUP FOR SCHOOL! v. |: A. Lace Up Oxford in Mahogany or Navy Leather. . . . 30. I B. Zipper Pant Boot in Mahogany leather, Navy leather or Brown Suede 30. C. TheAigner Classic Pump so right for all occasions in Mahogany or Navy leather 30. Shncs and Accessories Street Floor *:*:W:W*W:^^ D. 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