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August 13, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 60

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10E--Augu»t 13, 1972 Sunday Gazette-Mail -Charleston. W«t Virginia Sandra Miller, G. L Moore Wed Miss Sandra Kay Miller of Cincinnati, Ohio, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Maurice M. Miller of South Charleston, became the bride of Gilbert Lee Moore of Cincinnati, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John H. Moore of Batavia Ohio, at 8:30 p.m. Saturday in the Darlington United M e t h o d i s t Church. The Rev. William F. B y r d officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Audrey Shadburn and Miss Aylene Henson. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an Aline empire gown of satapeau trimmed with Venise lace medallions and styled with a Victorian neckline, and long bishop sleeves. A crown of pearls held her lace-edged illusion mantilla which extended to the length of her cathedral train. She .carried white sweetheart roses and blue baby's breath. MRS LYNN'DODSON was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Mary Lynn Earnette and Mrs. Gloria Clark of Huntington, M r s . Gina Bocock of Nitro, Mrs. Lilai Krukeil of Richmond, Va., cousin of the bride, and Mrs. Jane Sideris of Cincin nati. Miss Catherine Miller was junior bridesmaid for her sister and Rachael Sumers of Cincinnati, niece of the bridegroom and David Angel of Cincinnati, his nephew, were flowergirl and ringbearer. Edward Moore was best man for his brother. Ushers were Steven Miller of Tampa, Fla., brother of the bride, David Miller of Atlanta, Ga., another brother, Harold Gatts, Kenneth Buschard, Paul Dudley and Robert Cook, all of Cincinnati. Following a reieption at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to the West Coast. They will live at 4099 Sharon Park Lane, Cincinnati. THE BRIDE was honored with showers given by Mrs. Kafcherine Dumont awd Mrs. Beverly S u e Mullins, by the Misses Sharon Dingess, Diane Farley and Mary Shortridge; by Mrs. Jo Ann Conley and Mrs. Helen Conley; by Mrs. Joseph McKenna and Mrs. Helen Irvin; by Mrs. Judy Angel, Mrs. Gerri Dudley and Mrs. Pauline Moore and by Mrs. A l i c e Miller and Mrs. Lila Krokiel. Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Miller hosted the rehearsal dinner at their home on Knollwood Drive. MRS. G. L. MOORE . former Sandra Miller Elaine Jones Wed in Campus Rite Forecast of Fall Fashions '72 Mary Elizabeth Daniels Is Bride PARKERSBURG - Marriage vows were exchanged in a double-ring ceremony on Saturday evening by Miss Mary Elizabett Daniels, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Daniels of Parkersburg, and William Thomas Slater, son of Mrs. Alice M. Slater of Charleston and the late Mr. William E. Slater. The wedding and reception were held in the Seventh Street United M e t h o d i s t Church with the Rev. Norman Butler and the Rev. .lay E. Slater of Boston, Mass.. brother of the bridegroom, officiating. Traditional music was presented by the organist. Mrs. Charlcne Archer, and vocalist, J. Michael Geary of Charleston. # * "* THE BRIDE was given in marriage by her parents and escorted to the altar by her father. She wore a floor-length empire gown of chiffon over taffeta with appliqued roses embellishing the bodice, cuffs of the bishop .sleeves and forming a wide r u f f l e at the hemline. Her floor-length chiffon veil was bordered w i l h small roses and she wore an heirloom diamond lavclier brought from Switzerland and handed down on the maternal side of her family. She carried one red rose with babys breath. She designed and made her gown and veil. Mrs. Marilyn Geary of Charleston was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Sharon Slusher Morrison of London and the bride's sister- in-law, Mrs. Lois Daniels of Parkersburg. Donald Shamblin of Dunbar served as best man for his brother and ushers were William Morrison of London and Michael Wiblin of Charleston. MR. AND MRS. Slater will make their home at 1709B Littlepage Ave., Charleston, following a wedding trip through the New England states. The former Miss Daniels is a graduate of Parkersburg High School, earned her A.B. degree in elementary education at Glenville State College and completed her master's degree in early childhood education at West Virginia Uni- The St. Albans Main Street Merchants are joining forces for a fall fashion spectacular to be held at 8 p.m. Aug. 16 and at 1 p.m. Aug. 17 in the A] ban Theater. There is no admission charge for the show which is being coordinated by Barbara Miles and for which Jan Casto will serve as narrator. A preview of some of the fashions to be modeled is given (above) by Lillian Edwards in a purple plaid pleated skirt with a coordinated knit top and Mrs. John Marino in a mauve knit pants ensemble featuring a fullr length sleeveless coat. Looking toward St. Albans (left) are Sarah Beth Clendenin in sapphire blue wide-cuffed pants with a sleeveless knit top over a white shirt, Mrs. Ben Thomas wearing a boot-length brown suede coat with fake curly fur trim, and Mrs. John Vaughn in a cranberry knit outfit. Participating merchants are St. Albans Floral, McClung and Morgan, Bodie's Jewelry, Merle Norman, Cox's, Henrietta's, Henry's, Wigotique, Sandra's Sewing Center, St. Albans Supply, Bank of St. Albans, Roy's Shoe Store, Sterling Discount, Coal River Insurance, WKLB-Radio, Kanawha Cable Television, Annie's Knitting Nook, Twin City S h o p p i n g Guide a n d House of Sound. (Photos by Don Ryan) How Can I? Q. What can I do if a hole in a plastered wall has become too large to hold a screw firmly? A. Remove the screw, pack the hole with some sled wool, then twist the screw hack into this. Miss Sayre Tells Plans LEON-Plans have been completed for the Aug. 19 wedding of Miss Deborah Ann Sayre, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pearly Sayre of Leon, and Frederick M. Christian, son of Mr. and Mrs. BiHde E. Christian of Huntington. The Rev. John Bailey, minister of the Kellogg Church of Huntington, will p e r f o r m the open-church ceremony at 2 p.m. in the First Church of God at Point Pleasant. Mrs. Kathryn Wheeler will be matron of honor and Miss Betina Sayre will be maid of honor for their sister. Miss Rebecca Bletner, Miss Dandra Thomas and Mrs. Judith Fry will be bridesmaids and Tu- Anna Joe Thomas and Ricky Christian, niece and nephew ' of the prospective bridegroom, will be flowergirl and ring- bearer. 3 0 S E P*H * SKAGGS will serve as best man and ushers will be David Christian, Lewis W I L M O R E , Ky.-Estes Chapel on the campus of Asbury College here was the setting at 4 p.m. Saturday when Miss Sharon Elaine Jones became the bride of Henry Alden Winslow. She is the daughter of Mrs. Alma Jones of Falls Church, Va., and John Jones of Sissonville, W. Va., and he is the son of Henry Winslow of Elizabeth City, N.C. The Rev. D. B. Cruise of Elizabeth City performed the ceremony, and traditional music was furnished by the organist, Don Hutchison.pianist, Miss Pat Blanchard, and vocalist, Gregory Wilson A reception followed in the Wilmore Free Methodist Church. · * * GIVEN IN marriage by her oldest brother, Rodney Jones, the bride wore a floor-length gown which she had made. Lace appliques embellished the bodice of white organza over taffeta and the cuffs of the long bishop sleeves. Matching lace over taffeta formed the softly-gathered s k i r t and cathedral-length mantilla which extended from a lace petal headpiece holding her bouffant elbow-length veil of illusion. She carried a bouquet of white roses and lavender pompons. Miss Jane Jackson of Defiance, Ohio, served as maid of honor and bridesmaids were Debbie Lambert of Milwood, MRS. H. A. WINSLOW . . former Elaine Jones W. Va., Alice Kay Brown of Columbus, Ga., Rodna Lynn Jones of Sissonville, and Don-. na Winslow of Elizabeth City. Kim and Kevin Cruise of Virginia Beach, Va., were flower- girls and ringbearer. The bridegroom's father served as best man and ushers were Charles Cruise of Virginia Beach, Dave Hunt of Lexington, Ky., Billy Browning of Macon, Ga., Ronnie Jones of Sissonville, and Kent Winslow of Elizabeth City. * * * MR. AND MRS. Winslow will make their home in Wilmore following a wedding trip to Florida. She is a graduate of Sissonville High School and now is a senior at Asbury College, where she is majoring in Christian education. Her husband was graduated from Central High School in Elizabeth City and from Asbury College, where he earned his B.A. degree in church music and Christian education. He now is a first year student at Asbury Theological Semi- nary. Christian, Bobby Christian, Christopher S a y r e and Douglas Sayre, brothers of the couple, and Dale Wheeler, who will be head usher. Music will be provided by Marlon Scott and Jam Crouch. A reception will follow in the fellowship hall of the church. Patricia Silvers Bride Of Charles L. Gonano ORLANDO, Fla.-Pine Hill Christian Church here was the setting on Friday when marriage vows were exchanged by Miss Patricia Ann Silvers and Charles L. Gonano. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. Silvers of Orlando, and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Gonano of Montgomery, W. Va. The Rev. David Meyer performed the ceremony and a reception followed in the social hall of the church. * * * MRS. LINDA Badore served as matron of honor and bridesmaids were Jo Stafford and Marilyn Palmer. Lorie and Brian Badore were flow- ergirl and ringbearer. Eddie Lee Gonano was best man for his brother and ush- ers were Walter Badore and Andy Stafford. 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