Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 13, 1972 · Page 62
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 62

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 13, 1972
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12E--Augurt 13, 1972 Sunday G«**tt*Mml -- Chartaton. W«tf .Vlrflnli Baptist Rite Performed Saturday MRS. W. J. FLINT ' " r MOUNT HOPE--Miss Sandra Sue-Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Edward Anderson of Mount Hope, and William Jack Flint, son of Mrs. Nola Flint of Oak Hill and the late Mr. W. C. Flint Jr., were married Saturday by the Rev. Robert H. Hett. The ceremony was performed at the Mount Hope Baptist Temple. Escorted by her father, the bride wore a long gown of ivory silk organza trimmed with embroidered Alencon lace and self-covered back buttons. The gown had an empire waist, short puff sleeves and a sheer striped bodice having a high old-fashioned neckline. A train was attached. AJencon lace trimmed her mantilla, held by a Victorian headpiece. She carried Anderson a colonial bouquet of mixed Chorltifon Beauty Atodtmf, fat. NATIONALLY ACCREDITED West Virginia'* lorgtst Beauty Atademv Invites You To Cunt! for a Career. ENROLLING NOW FOR SEPTEMBER I This coupon worth 50' HAIRCUT August This coupon worth SI. 00 on an; PERMANENT tr FROST or BLEACH during Aufust ALLPERMANENTS '/! PRICE with FREE FACIAL or MANICURE with this coupon during August VISIT OUR CLINIC For the most up to date hairstyles, b e a u t i f u l Permanent waves, tints, frosts, bleaches, scalp treatment nnd facials--all at BUDGET PRICES. ACADEMY approved for Students, Government Loans, Rehabilitation, Veterans Winn Programs. Write, phone or visit us any day! INSTRUCTORS trained in finest schools in U. S. A., Canada; Europe and Orient. OPEN TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY 8 A.M. TO 4:30 P.M. OPEN THURSDAY TILL 8 P.M. CHARLESTON BEAUTY ACADEMY, INC. 223V] Capitol 51. nnd 711'/j Fife Street 346-9603 summer flowers. » » * ATTENDING THE bride were Mrs. Ted Wilkinson of Columbus, Ohio, cousin of the bride; Mrs. Barry Dangerfield, of Morgantown; Patty Anderson of Beckley, cousin of the bride; and Brenda Tro- itino of Mount Hope. Sharon Thurman of Beckley, cousin of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. Tom McNiilty of Miamisburg, Ohio, was best man and ushers were Tom Rodes, Jim Miller, Mike Brewer and Jerry Lovitz, cousin of the bride, all of Oak Hill. A RECEPTION *was held in the church fellowship hall, after which the couple left for a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C. They will reside in Oak Hill. She graduated from Mount Hope High School and attended Marshall University and West Virginnia Institute of Technology where she majored in social studies and biology. She is employed by the Fayette County Board of Education. Her husband g r a d u a t e d from Collins High School in Oak Hill and is a senior business management major at West Virginia Tech. He is employed by Flint Cleaners. Debra Dawson Bride Of Gregory Browning BARBOURSVILLE _ Miss Debra Lynn Dawson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William M. Dawson of Barboursville, became the bride of Gregory Allen Browning, son of Mrs. Izetta Webb Browning of Ar- Bridal Notice Information on weddings must be in our hands within 14 days after the date of the ceremony to be eligible for' publication. There can be no exceptions to this deadline. Only those weddings occurring on the preceding Friday and Saturday can appear in the Sunday Gazette-Mail, and complete information must be furnished prior to the wedding. The deadline for Sunday engagement and wedding stories is noon Thursday. --The Editor MRS. G. A. BROWNING . . . former Debra Dawson lington, Va., and J. Nelson Browning of South Charleston, at 2 p.m Saturday in the First United Methodist Church of Barboursville. The Rev. Warren Thuston and the Rev. Kenneth Cain performed the double-ring ceremony and Miss Stephanie Witt provided -music. * » * GIVEN IN marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length empire gown of French voile styled with a Victorian neckline, bishop sleeves with ruffled cuffs trimmed with ·pink ribbon and Venose lace. A lace petal headdress edged with seed pearls held her bouffant illusion veil and she carried a colonial bouquet of pink roses, white daisies, baby's breaith and pink stat- ice. Miss Jerri Lowe Dawson was maid of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Miss Rica Schoenlien and Miss Rosemary Browning, sis- :·':·'# i ' Charleston National Travel Service" Presents fhe best of both worlds European Autumn 1 · Switzerland · France · Germany · Italy · Luxembourg · Belgium * Holland · England The "Everywhere People" at the Charleston National Travel Service, in cooperation with Thomas Cook Son. give you 22 days of Europe at Its most beautiful. Your single tour price includes: round-trip air fare from Charleston, accommodations at first class hotels, escorts, sightseeing, most meals, and all transfers, baggage handling, tips and taxes. And the total package Is only S986 per person for double accommodations. Single" room supplement -- S90. To find out how you can make this fall your "European Autumn" just visit oi"- oHices located on the 4th floor of the Charleston National Plaza or phone 348-4425. Depart Charleston on September 16 I I I m $* m Orient Adventure · Japan · Singapore · Hong Kong · Bangkok · Taiwan · In your mind, combine the mystery and beauty of the Orient with the luxury of modern conveniences and you'll understand what the 23-day "Orient Adventure" is all about. Your single tour price includes: round-trip air fare from Charleston, famed oriental hospitality in the Far East's finest hotels, escort, sightseeing, most meals, and all transfers, baggage handling, tips and taxes. And it's all yours for a low S1798 per person for double accommodations. Single room supplement -- S125. Your "Orient Adventure" is as close as a phone call to our 4th floor offices at the Charleston National Plaza. Our number is 348-4425. Depart Charleston on October 6 Charleston National Travel Service P. 0. Box 1113, Charleston, W. Va. 25324 Please send me more Information about: fj "European Autumn" n"Oritsm Adventure" fj Travel to Name Phone Address ' y State Zip Travel Service Hours: Monday and Friday--9:00 A. M.-7:30 P. M., Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday--9:00 A. M.-5:00 P. M., Saturday--9:00 A. M.-12.00 Noon *»"·! X'X 1 Charleston National Bank r f f d e r j i ?» f .t it: 01 .···';xv ter of the bridegroom. Charles B. Harkins Jr. was best man and ushers were Dennis Dawson, brother of the bride, and Robert Ess, cousin of the bridegroom. FOLLOWING* a reception at the church the couple left for a wedding trip. They will live at 4600 North Clarendon Ave., Apt. 1005, Chicago, 111. Mrs. Browning graduated f r o m Barboursville High School and 'has an A. S. degree in nursing from Marshall University. She is employed by Louis A. Weiss Memorial Hospital in Chicago. Her husband g r a d u a t e d from South Charleston High School and attended M.U., where he was a member of Kappa Alpha Order. He attends the Illinois College of Optometry. Use Want Ads. Dial 348-4848 ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF CHARLESTON'S LATEST RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE. A NEW EXPERIENCE IN ELEGANT DINING MONDAY, AUGUST 14 APPEARING THIS WEEK--THE EXCITING SINGING RECORDING ARTIST. WALT MADDOX NIGHTLY 9 TO 1 FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 343-4349 "You listen to me for a change!" "I've been very patient with you, Mom, but it's time I spoke up. Why do you run all over town looking for good buys when you have the greatest catalogue of values in your hands . . . that's right! The Classified Section of this newspaper! "There's that valuable time you've been wasting .. . time that you and I could be spending together at home. You can study the Classified Ads and do all your pre- shopping over a cup of coffee right here at home. As far as selection . . . you'll find things as big as a house and small as a stroller in the Classified Ads. "So turn to the Classified Ads right now, Mom. Instead of coming home all tired oOt from fighting traffic and crowds, you can shop right here and still have plenty of pep to enjoy your family!" Gazette-Mai Classified Ads 3

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