Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 3, 1975 · Page 31
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August 3, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 31

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--August 3,1975 Susan Lynn Toler Is Bride Of George R. Rogers Miss Barbara Edelman Is Married MRS. G.R. ROGERS . . former Siuan Toler MADlSON-The Rev. Ron Talkington was the officiating minister here on Saturday afternoon when Miss Susan Lynn Toler became the bride of George Raymond Rogers. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Toler of Madison and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. George R. Rogers of Morgantown. Marriage vows were exchanged in the Madison United Methodist Church and the bride was given in marriage by her father. A musical program was presented by Steven Smarr, Miss Robin Bunch, Miss Mary Ann Bragg and Jerry Skeens. A reception followed at the Riverview Country Club. * * * MISS LOIS BYRNSIDE of Danville was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Sheryl Corbin of Oakland, Md., Mrs. Eileen Toler. sister-in-law of the bride, and the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Katherine Lovett. William R. Watson of Morgantown served as best man and ushers included the bride's brother, David Toler of Madison; the bridegroom's brother-in-law, Kimble Lovett, David Weekley and Michael Reeser of Huntington, and Shane Bain of Madison. Another brother of the bride, John Toler, was the acolyte. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers will make their home in Morgantown, where both are students at West Virginia University, following a wedding trip to Vero Beach, Fla. Connie Ann Long Bride Of Phillip Michael Price ';: Community Chapel Church of Tyler Heights was the setting on Friday evening for the wedding and reception when mar- Wage vow.s were exchanged by Miss Connie Ann Long and Phillip Michael Price. ··· She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John ;W. Long, and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. ·Hubert M. Price, all of Tyler Heights. .;:' The Rev. Clarence Edens performed the .·ceremony and a program of nuptial music : was furnished by the organist, Mrs. Eddie '.Ranson ; .and the vocalist, Harold Ham- Tick. The bride was given in marriage by 'her father. RITA WADE was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Becky Swisher, sister of the bridegroom, and Brenda Long, sister- in-law of the bride. Melissa Vancamp was the flowergirl. Leonard Canfield served as best man and ushers included Danny Dunn and the bride's brother. Bill Long. The bridegroom's nephew, Michael Price, was the ringbearer. Both graduates of Nitro High School, Mr. and Mrs. Price will make their home on Big Tyler Road following a wedding trip to Niagara Falls N.Y The former Miss Long has a position with Employers Service Corp. and her husband is associated with Appalachian Tire Products, Inc. MRS. P. M. PRICE . . former Connie Long Angela Acoff Marries Oswald Langford Roach MRS. O.L. ROACH . . formiriAngfla/Acoff Miss Angela Adrinnie Acoff, daughter of Mrs. Constance Acoff of 601 Main St., and the late Mr. Nathaniel Acoff, became the bride of Oswald Langford Roach, son of the Rev. and Mrs. J.C. Roach of Williamson, on Saturday in Ebenezer Baptist Church. The Rev. Paul Gilmer officiated and music was provided by Curtis Austin. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Frederick Jackson. Brenda Hardman was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Yvonne Edwards, aunt of the bride, Daisy Foster, cousin of the bride, and Daryl Roach, sister of the bridegroom. Kimberly Foster was her cousin's flowergirl. '··:...*··! · · ·-. ' ·· · .:-^~ ··'.: .':'/··-'·,' -· · ' ' ' JAMES ROACH was best man for his brother. Ushers were Roi Johnson, Larry Isom and Richard Wright. A reception was held at the church. The couple will live at 303 Ruffner Ave., Apt. 2. Mrs. Roach is a graduate of Charleston High School and has a B.A. degree in biological and general science from Marshall University. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority and is employed by the Kanawha County Board of Education. Her husband graduated from Williamson High School and has a B.A. degree from M.U. He is a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity and is an assistant account manager at Kanawha Valley Bank. MRS. WAYNE POPPALARDO . . . former Barbara Edelman Karen Bosley, */ * R. N. Buckton Wed Saturday The Rev. Claude L. Collins performed the ceremony on Saturday in the First United Methodist Church at South Charleston when Miss Karen Lynne Bosley became the bride of Ronald Norval Buckton. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis E. Bosley of Winif rede, and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. George R. Buckton of South Charleston. A program of nuptial music was presented by the pianist, Mrs. Willis L. Bosley, sister-in-law of the bride. The bride was given in marriage by her father, and a reception followed at the home of the bridegroom's parents. Mrs. Patricia A. Akers was matron of honor for her sister and Eugene H. Young of Birmingham, Mich., served as best man. * * * MR. AND MRS. Buckton will make their home at 2101 Stratford Rd., South Charleston, following a wedding trip to Niagara Falls, N.Y. The former Miss Bosley, a graduate of East Bank High School, attended Ohio State University and will complete her degree at Morris Harvey College. She is employed by the CP Telephone Co. Her husband, who is head of industrial engineering at Union Carbide's Alloy Works, holds a B. S. degree in industrial engineering from West Virginia University. He is vice president of the Huntington- Charleston Chapter, American Institute of Industrial Engineers. Miss Barbara EdeisaajB, daughter of Mr. aod Mrs. Clyde BdeUnan Jr. of 1«* Ravina Rd., became the bride of Wayne Pcppa- lardo. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Poppalardo of Chem Hill, N.J.. at 6.30 p.m. on Saturday in the Chapel of First Presbyterian Church. Tfae Rev. J. Han-ell Harper and the Rev. Jonathan Williams officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Alke A. Eaddy. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her sister. Miss Sarah Edelman. was maid of honor and Dan Fox served as best man. Ushers were Peter Edelman. the bride's brother, and Harry Edelman Jr., her cousin. * * * FOLLOWING A reception at Ernie's Esquire, the couple left for a wedding trip to the Bahamas. They will live in New Jersey. Mrs. Poppalardo is a graduate of Morris Harvey College and will graduate this summer from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. Her husband will receive a mas- ter's degree ia psvdtotogy from Marshall University this summer. Denise's Boutique Beauty Solon (kttss ftw leek's £ t« Star it uiki Cit]) PHONE 925-961 2 We Speeafae IB Qwfitj Hit Dressi* LATEST TECMHQUES HI PftMAMEMTWAVIKIY MACHINE. Reg. $25.00 And Up nWY UNIPERM WithStyltCut Forthcoming Marriage Plans Are Made Known · ilpberts-Buchanan · At 2 p.m. on Sept. 6 in the chapel of the First Presbyterian Church, Miss Frances Porter Roberts will become the bride of Bernard Blaine Buchanan. "She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Havard Roberts of Loudon Heights Road, and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Buchanan of Dartmouth Avenue. '.".Miss Roberts, who is employed by West Virginia Citizen Action Group, is a graduate of Marshall University and is working toward a master's degree in social work at the West Virginia College of Graduate Studies. '.Educated at Morris Harvey College, her fiance is associated with Rush Industries in Huntington. v Chandler-Young '·· In an open church wedding planned for 7 p : .m. on Oct. 3 in the Highlawn Baptist Church at St. Albans, Miss Robin Ann Chandler will become the bride of David p'alton Young. .'.· She is the daughter of Mrs. Joan F. Peters and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Dal- Vpn Young, all of St. Albans. .·:· A recent graduate of Charleston Area Medical Center certified laboratory assistant school. Miss Chandler is employed at the Nitro Medical Center. '. Her fiance was educated at West Virginia State College, and is employed at the Union Carbide Technical Center. Rawlings-Carson WILLIAMSTOWN-The approaching marriage of Miss Terry Lynn Rawlings to Stephen Carson, son of Mrs. Robert Stephens of Ravenswood and Tony Carson of Charleston, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore J. Rawlings of Williamstown. The open-church wedding is planned for 7:30 p.m. on Aug. 30 in the North United Methodist Church at Ravenswood with the . Rev. Robert Holland officiating Miss Rawlings and her fiance have nursing degrees from Parkersburg Community College, and both are employed by St. Joseph's Hospital in Parkersburg. He has been accepted .for the school of anesthesiology at Charleston Area Medical Center, Memorial. Division, and will enter classes there in September. .. Eddy-Dawson Marriage vows will be exchanged at 11:30 a.m. on Oct. 4 in St. Andrew United Methodist Church by Miss Stephanie Ann Eddy and Joseph Charles Dawson. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen V. Cooper Jr. of St. Albans, and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Dawson of Kaye Neva Lane. A resource teacfier at Sissonville High School, Miss Eddy holds a B.S. degree in elementary and special education from West Virginia University, and a certification in learning disabilities from West Virginia College of Graduate Studies, where she now is working toward a master's de- gree in behavioral disorders. Her fiance, who is associated with Cabot Gas Corp., also earned his B. S. degree in chemistry at WVU, where he was a member of Delta Tau Delta social fraternity. RAISIN CHILI "NUTS" Here's a variation of that campers' favorite snack, the "gorp"! Combine 1 cup spoon-size shredded wheat, 1 cup dark California raisins, 1 cup golden California raisins, 2 cups shelled peanuts, 1 cup roasted soy nuts, 2 tablespoons melted butter and 1 teaspoon chili powder. Mix together; spread in large baking pan. Heat 15 to 20 minutes in preheated 350 F. oven, stirring once. Cool. Serve as a snack. COATS/ Special August Prices! rl£~ m-^m 3^ JOYCE GEORGE SANZ AND MANY OTHERS !!$|%KLJW - ;£Sfe I i£ /I f another Q.S. Exclusive, by Exciting Collar Motif. Opulent opossum is lavished lovingly on this customette coat to deliberately delight the shorter lady. The deep shawl collar combines with a low double breasted buttoning that accents the shaped silhouette. Colors: Vicuna or Natural; sizes 6 to 16. Figure Flattery! Simple shaping, tailored with figure -- flattery in mind for the shorter than average lady. A three-quarter belt comes from bock to the front. Curved stitching at the front is repeated at the back; cascades of full roll pleats. Colors-. Moss green or grey; sizes 4 to 16. August Special Price Sept. 1st. $190.00 M63 50 August Special Price Sept. 1st. $130.00 M10 50 For a new fashion adventure note! We just completed our inventory «nd took lots of additional markdowns. When we open in the morning there will be savings galore! after- inventory clearance! save 1/2 and more Check out clothes to wear right now! sportswear! Pants, Skirts, Blouses, Tops, Separates, Coordinates and more! /dresses! 1, 2, 3-Piece Dresses, Jacket Styles, Costumes, Pantsuits, even Longs! /accessories! Handbags, Jewelry, Scarves, And Other Accessories! */lingerie! Sleepwear, Loungewear And Robes, Don't miss it! Plan to come early for the best selection! I Town'n Country Shop--Sixth Floor I Fifth Dimension--Fifth Floor T^AMC «K 2 HOUtS with pwthoje, o» Commuoil^orking lot. corner of Virginio and HtJ Strwtt. i

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