Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 13, 1972 · Page 53
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August 13, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 53

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3E-Augu»t 13, 1972 Sundnv --· Charleston, We»T Vlralnls Mary Jo Foster Bride Of Henry C. Germann In Church Ceremony MRS. H. C. GERMANN . . . former Mary Jo Foster St. Agnes Catholic Church was the setting on Saturday when Miss Mary Jo Foster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Foster of Noyes Avenue, became the bride of Henry C. Germann, son of Mr and Mrs. Ambrose Germann of Maysvilk; Ky. The Rev. Edward Sadie performed the ceremony and traditional music was furnished by Miss Margaret Gross. A reception followed at Kanawha Country Club, with music Deborah McCormick, Donald K. Bookout Wed Miss Deborah Elaine McCormick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernie L. McCormick of South Charleston, and Donald Kirk Lockout, son of Mrs. Deloris Bookout of Anderson, Ind., and the late Mr. H. W. Bookout, were married Saturday afternoon in the Fifth Avenue Church of God in South Charleston. The Rev. John W. Conley officiated and m u s i c was provided by the Rev. Richard Casey and Ralph Toon. Escorted by her father, the bride wore a" floor-length empire gown of white chiffon styled with a square neckline, embroidered lace bodice and bishop sleeves with lace cuffs. Her cathedral-length veil of matching chiffon bordered in lace was fashioned by her mother. A headdress of peau de soie, seed pearls and crystals held the veil and she carried three yellow rosebuds, a mother of pearl Bible, a gift from her mother, and a lace- bordered handkerchief, a gift from a former piano teacher. * * * DIANN McCORMICK, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and Barbara Johnson of Charleston and Brenda Midkiff of South Charleston were bridesmaids. Don Davis of Anderson was best man and groomsmen were Collett Varner and James Varner of South Charleston. David Simpson of Anderson, Scott and Mark Bookout, brothers of the bridegroom, were ushers. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a short wedding trip. They will live at 632 Lennox St., New Castle, Ind. Mrs. Bookout, a graduate of South Charleston High School, graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. degree in French and English from Anderson MRS. D. K. BOOKOUT former Deborah McCormick College. She will teach at Chrysler High School in New Castle. * * * HER HUSBAND graduated from Madison High School and is a ministerial student at Anderson College. He currently is employed as director of Christian education at the First Baptist Church in Anderson. The bridegroom's mother hosted a rehearsal buffet and the bride's p a r e n t s entertained relatives and out-of- town guests at dinner following the reception. The bride was honored with showers given by Mrs. Margaret Moseley, Miss Patricia Moseley, Mrs. Dorothy Hudson, Mrs. Clara Campbell, Mrs. Ruby McCormick, Mrs. Ella Mac Smith, Mrs. Sylvia Griffis, Mrs. Crystal Hartwell, Mrs. Erma George and Mrs. Roslyn Williams. presented by the Francis Taylor Trio. GIVEN IN marriage by her father, the bride wore a long gown of silk organza and peau d'Ange lace, designed with a V i c t o r i a n neckline, sheer yoke, long pointed · sleeves, high-rise bodice and demi-bell skirt banded with two rows of lace at the hemline. Matching lace bordered her chapel- length mantilla of silk illusion, and she carried a cascade of roses, stephanotis, miniature carnations and English ivy accented with blue agapanthus. Maid of honor was Miss Margaret Ann Foster and bridesmaids were Miss Kathleen Foster and Mrs. Christopher Modic, all sisters of the bride; Mrs. Owen Serey, sister of the bridegroom; Mrs. Joseph Gerber of Adelphia, Md.; and Mrs. Val McWhorter of Annandale, Va. Michelle Foster was flowergirl. William Germann served! as best man for his brother and ushers included another brother, Jeffrey Germann; Dr. Christopher Modic and John Folz, both of Cincinnati, Ohio; William Pfeffer of Lexington, Ky.; and Frederic Burke of Glen Echo, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Germann will make their home at 1907 Oxford Circle, Lexington, Ky., following a wedding trip to Williamsburg, Va. A GRADUATE "of Charleston Catholic High School, the former Miss Foster attended St. Mary-of-the-Woods college in Terre Haute, Ind., and was graduated from D u q u e s n e University in Pittsburgh, Pa. She has done graduate work at the West Virginia University Graduate Center and at the University of Cincinnati. This fall she will teach at Christ the King School in Lexington. Her hsuband was graduated from St. Joseph's Preparatory School in Bardstown, Ky., earned his B.A. degree at Xavier University in Cincinnati, and now is a senior law student at the University of Kentucky. His parents were hosts for the rehearsal dinner in the Army-Navy Club. Other prenuptial functions honoring the couple were given by Mrs. John Brannon, Mrs. Edwin Henglebrok Jr., Mrs. R. Barry Wehrman and Mrs. Owen Serey in Florence, Ky.; Mrs. Meredith Persinger, Mrs. Vincent Reishman, Mrs. Raymond DePaulo, Dr. and Mrs T h o m a s Potterfield, Mrs. George R. Callender and Miss Anne Callender in Charleston. Diane Atkins, Jimmy Fields Wed Miss Diane Lynn Atkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. MRS. J. D. FIELDS . . . former Diane Atkins James F. Atkins of 1701 Davis Circle, became the bride of Jimmy Dewayne Fields, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester L. Fields of 1815 Chandler Dr.. at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Women's Club of Charleston. The open ceremony was performed by Joel Scott and music was provided by Mrs. Wayne Teel. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of nylon sheer and acetate with lace appliques styled with a sheer yoke, long sleeves and A-line skirt with a chapel train. A cluster of pearls held her illusion veil and she wore a diamond necklace, a gift from the bridegroom. Daisies, carnations and baby's breath made up the bridal bouquet. MISS MELANIE McGraw was maid of honor and* Miss Joyce Atkins was her sister's bridesmaid. Janet, another sister, and Kenny Fields, nephew of the bridegroom, were flowergirl and ringbearer. Roger Fields was best man for his brother and ushers were Hayes Fields, another brother, Clinton Seal and George Carpenter. Following a reception at the clubhouse, the couple left for a wedding trip to Glen Ferris and Bluestone. They will live on Anaconda Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Fields graduated from Sissonville High School. He is employed by the Kroger Co. The bride was honored with showers given by Mrs. Carl Newhouse, Mrs. Robert Newhouse, Mrs. James Dawson, Miss Melanie McGraw, Mrs. Catherine Fix, Mrs. Keith Shinaberry and Miss Lelia Mallet. newest wig around Teather-light cool, caplcss, comfortable you've seen it on t e l e v i s i o n , ' n o w come see its y o u t h f u l ways on you f u ' ' . - « c t p ^ r m a - u n t ' l j kuill '". 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