Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 13, 1972 · Page 63
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 63

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 13, 1972
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I3E-- Auguat 13, 1972 Sunday Ga*ett*MaU ' ~ -- ···" OwlMton. Vlrttnl Eugenie Gers is Bride Of Gordon Ray Stone Mitchell-Suptic Vows Exchanged METUCHEN, N. J. _ St. Francis of Assisi Church here was the setting Saturday for the marriage of Miss Eugenie Gers. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gers of Metucchen, and Gordon Ray Stone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Stone of Poca, W.Va. The Rev. Joseph S. Kramer officiated and 1 a reception was held at Posakay's Pine Room in Linden. Matron of honor was Mrs. Patricia Asero and bridesmaids were Mrs. Sue Whittington, sister of the bridegroom, Mrs. La Verne Kazimir and Lucienne Molnar. Ellen Scully was the flowergirl. STEVEN* ALVIE Whittington was best man for his brother-in-law and ushers included John and David Gers, brothers of the bride, and Curtis Kazimir. Gregory Gers, another brother of the bride, was the ringbearer. The bride graduated from Metuchen High School and is a secretary at Engelhard 1 Minerals and Chemicals Corp. in Edison. Her husband, a graduate of Woodbridge High School Reach 50th Milestone The old Winfree homestead at Cinco was the setting on June 25 for an open house honoring Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Winfree of Cinco as they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. They were married June 28, 1922 by the late Rev. Earl Hissom, and she is the former Mnrrel Halstead. They are parents of six children, Mrs. Wilbur A. Stone of Miami, Fla.; Mrs. James D. Wilson of Garland, Tex.; Mrs. George L. Sperling of Rawlett, Tex.; Olen E. Winfree of Athens; Avril L. Winfree of Cinco; and Peter Winfree of Dallas, Tex. Completing the family are 18 grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. Enter Golden Years Fail-view United Methodist Church on Rt. 1, Scarbro, will be the setting for a reception planned from 2 to 5 p.m. on Aug. 20 honoring Mr. and Mrs. Bert J. Wriston as they celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. Hosts for the affair will be their three sons, Bert J. Jr. of Grosse Pointe, Mich.; Wayne A. of Oak H i l l ; and Thomas of Alexandria, Va.; and their seven grandchildren. Si;v; Generations A family reunion this summer brought together six generations in the family of 93-year-old Mrs. Dora Breecilove (seated, right) in her Lincoln County home. She holds her three-month-oid greai- great-great-grandson, Jason Scott Burgess of South Charleston. Seated beside her is her son. John Breedlove of South Charleston. Standing behind them are (from l e f t ) her granddaughter, Mrs. Christine Hamriok of Charleston; her great-granddaughter, Mrs. Peggy Nichols of Woston: and her great-great-granddaughter, Mrs. Pamela Burgess of South Charleston. MRS. G. R. STONE . . . former Eugenie Gers and the International Institute cf Computer Technology, is a computer operator at Cosmair Inc. in Clark. They will reside in Metuchen after a wedding trip to Bermuda. Miss Joanne Burgess Suptic, Daughter of Mrs. Betty Suptic 'of Anaconda Avenue and Edward Lewis Suptic, was married Saturday afternoon in the chapel of Bream, Memorial Presbyterian Church to John William Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Mitchell of Beech Avenue. The Hev. John G. Parks officiated and nuptial music .was played by Mrs. Joyce Beauvais, organist. Soloist was Francis Nardi of Roanoke, Va., uncle of the bride. Escorted by her grandfather, Randall Wesley Burgess, the bride wore a long gown of silk organza trimmed in Chantilly lace and fashioned with a high neckline and long sheer sleeves. The full skirt fell from 'an empire waist and a profile headpiece held her double-tiered, lace-edged mantilla. She carried an heirloom handkerchief belonging to her great grandmother, the late Mrs. Frazier Dean Burgess. The bride's prayerbook was marked with baby's breath and phalaenopsis orchids. CATHY JO Suptic was maid of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Debbie Nardi of Roanoke, and Jan Raines, cousins of the bride Susie Soos, a n d Vickie Sut phin. Michelle McCune, niece of the bridegroom, was the flowergirl. Jimmy McCune, brother-in- law of the bridegroom, was best man and ushers were David Trumbo, Gary Cottrill, Steven Burgess and Ken Stal- After a reception in the church dining room, the couple left for a wedding trip to Hawks Nest State Park. They will reside in Charleston. They are graduates of S t o n e w a l l Jackson High School. The bride, a graduate of the Charleston General Hospital school of X-ray technology, is e m p l o y e d at Charleston General. Her husband is a student at West Virginia Institute of Technology and is a part-time employe of the Kroger Co. THE BRIDE was honored with a luncheon shower given by members of the William Morris Chapter, Daughters of the A m e r i c a n Revolution, hosted by Mrs. Dorothy B. Hall of Wilmington, N.C., aunt of the bride. Mrs. Dale E. Raines of Loudon Heights Road gave a miscellaneous shower, a ''his and her" cocktail shower was given by Susie Soos and a coffee for the bride was given by Cathy Sup- tic. The bridesmaids luncheon was held at Humphreys' Pine Room with Mrs. Francis J. Nardi and Mrs. Randall W. Burgess as hostesses. A buffet supper followed the rehearsal and was given' by the parents of the bridegroom. Miss Roena Roy Weds Marvin William Barbre MRS. J. W. MITCHELL . . former Joanne Suptic Karen Greene, David Jenkins Wed NEW HAVEN-Miss Karen Kay Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roba Gordon Greene of New Haven, became the bride of David Earl Jenkins, son of Mrs. Dorothy Jenkins of Middleport, Ohio, and the late David 0. Jenkins, at 2:30 p:m. Saturday in St. Paul Lutheran Church here. The Rev. John Haeberle and the Rev. Charles Simons Jr. officiated and music was provided by Mrs. William Russell and Mrs. Eugene Hester. Given in marriaga by her father, the bride wore a floor- length gown of satin organza Judy Dotson is Bride LOGAN--Miss Judy Dotson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Dotson of Logan, became the bride of Willis Elkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Elkins of Peach Creek, Saturday in an open-church, double-ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Glenn White in the Central Baptist Church here. Music was provided by Mrs. 0. V. Harman and Mrs. Robert Long. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a sleeveless empire gown of white organza fashioned with a Venise lace bertha collar and a full circular skirt which extended to a chapel train. A headdress of matching lace held her shoulder-length veil. GWEN MOUNTS was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Karen Dandy, Greta Carpenter, Debi Neil, Karen Williamson and Kathy Layne. Karen Harris and Roger May were flowergirl and ring bearer. Thomas Dotson was best man and Robert Adkins, James Williamson, Roger- Bryant, Ronnie Mounts and Jerry B a r k e r served as groomsmen. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a MRS. WILLIS ELKINS . . . former Judy Dotson wedding trip. The will live in Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Elkins are graduates of Logan High School. She attended Morris Harvey College and is employed by Holden Hospital. Her husband is a graduate of Marshall University and s e r v e d with the Armed Forces. He formerly taught in the Logan County Schools. See our full page ad today for 300 Top . § TOPi Value Stamp coupon \ The easy, double knit Trevira polyester basic Our comfortable, machine washable Trevira polyester double knit jacquard print dress that will add miles to your wardrobe. Wear it now through spring. Get it in blue, brown, green or berry. Sizes 10 to 20. 16 00 Second Floor Fashion (Irnler Charleston Store Only over peau with miniature lace ruffles extending down the bodice, bishop sleeves and Aline skirt from the wedding ring necklice over the bodice, bishop sleeves and A-line skirt. The skirt had back fullness which extended 1 to a lace-edged chapel train and a Camelot cap of matching ruffles held her bouffant silk illusion veil. She wore diamond earrings, a gift from the b r i d e g r o o m , and carried baby's breath, lilies of the valley and white roses on a lace-covered prayerbook, a gift from her mother. MISS CANDY INGELS was maid of honor, Mrs. Kim Neal was matron of honor, and Miss Kelly Farba, cousin 1 of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. Miss Jackie Ridgeway was taperlighter and Carrie Ann Harris was flowergirl. Roger Gordon Greene, nephew of the bride, was ringbearer. Kim Neal was best man for his cousin. Ushers were James A. Greene, brother of the bride, David Burkett and Kit Neal, cousin of the bridegroom. Following a reception at the church and a buffet dinner at Meigs Inn in Pomeroy, Ohio, for the family, members of the wedding party and out-of- How Can I? Q. How can I easily drive a tack or small nail into a very difficult place where it is impossible to hold it with the fingers? A. Thrust the tack or nail through a strip of cardboard, and hold the end of the cardboard while hammering. MRS. D. E. JENKINS . . . former Karen Greene town guests, the couple left for a wedding trip to Virginia ·Beach. They will live in Middleport, Ohio. * * » MRS. JENKINS graduated from Wahama High School, Lindsey Wilson Junior College in Columbia, Ky., and the Career . Training School in Charleston. She is employed in the pharmacy of Lakin State Hospital. Her father is president of West Virginia Whole Hog Sausage, Inc., and president of New Haven Super Markets. Her husband is a graduate of Middleport High School and Ohio University. In the fall he will teach mathematics at Meigs High School and coach junior high school basketball in Pomeroy. R A C I N E - M i s s Roena Frances Roy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle E. Roy of Racine, became the bride of Marvin Williav Barbre, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin B. Barbre of Dublin, Va., at 2 p.m. Saturday in the First Baptist Church here. The Rev. James Whitworth performed the open-church, candlelight service and music was provided by Hanley Barker and Miss Linda Shade. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length gown of dotted swiss organza which she designed for herself. It was styled with an empire bodice and A-line skirt which extended to a cat h e d r a 1 train and was trimmed with Venise lace and blue satin ribbon on the V- neckline and on the cuffs of the short puff sleeves. A lace- covered cap held her cathedral-length illusion veil and she carried a bouquet of orchids and baby's breath on a dotted swiss-covered Bible, a gift from her grandparents. MISS PAULA Rae Bsharah of Whitesville was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Lynn Barbre of Dublin, sister of the bridegroom Mrs. John T. Shelburne of Christiansburg, Va., Mrs. Jimmy Reynolds of Dublin and Mrs. Herbert Lee Catron Jr. of Chilhowie Va. Wayne Woolen of Dublin was best man. Ushers were David Wheeling of Dublin, Richard Roy of Racine brother of the bride, Mike Akers of Radford, Va., and Bruce W. Shriver of Dublin, cousin of the bride. Following a reception on the lawn of the bride's home, the couple left for a southern wedding trip. They will live at 714 West Third St., Morristown, Tenn. Mrs. Barbre graduated from See our full page ad for 300 Top Value Stamps Coupon TOP j TOP r VALUE JV«r'""·"" P 'vy? M * ' · ^-'-^k *·· -/.'' * 1 ' · *"' : '' - v* * · * " jf * % ^mM/^ X7ra-}.^£wU \ *#-··'. 7»'^^0^ \' X ^^'l^^^S^S^^\ '.'''" '···'- ' 1 ^ ·:-.;x : :.'"^ .* 1 ' I ^^ ! · " / im\ \m. \ MEN'S sizes 30-40 Polyester knits in solid colors and jacquard striped patterns. 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