Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 3, 1975 · Page 37
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 37

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 3, 1975
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Miss Carol Sue 0 rigger Bride of Ronald J. Horn Miss Carol Sue digger, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William D. Crigger of South Charleston, became UK bride of Ronald Joe Horn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Horn of Williamson, at 2 p.m. on Saturday in the First Baptist Church of South Charleston. The Rev. Daniel S. Light officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Light and Mrs. Kenneth Pugh. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Gary Meadows of Fairfax. Va., was matron of honor for her sister and another. Miss Cheryl Crigger, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Deborah Wahlman of Huntington and Miss Norma Barger of South Charleston. * * » JOHN LAMANACO of Williamson was best man. Ushers were Charles David Crigger. brother of the bride, Robin Dak Hager of Charleston and Jerry Ball of Huntington. Following a reception at Beni Kedem Shrine Tempje, the couple left for a wedding trip to North Bend State Park. They will live at Point Pleasant. Mrs. Horn graduated from South Charleston High School and has a bachelor's degree in business administration and an associate degree in secretarial science from Marshall University/She is a member of Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority. Her husband is a graduate of Williamson High School and has a B.A. degree in secondary education from M.U. He is employed by the Tri-State Area Council, Boy Scouts of America. Janet Sue Callison Wed To Timothv Wavne Cox MRS. RJ. HORN ^former Carol Criggf Miss Janet Sae Callison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F.B. Callison of East Bank, became the bride of Timothy Wayne Cox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Cox of Hernshaw, at 7 p.m. on Friday in the East Bank United Methodist Church. The Rev. Edgar Suite of Man performed the double-ring, candlelight ceremony and music was provided by Mrs. Barbara Basham of Lisle, 111., sister of the bride, and David Peay of East Bank. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Anne Poland of East Bank was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Sue Callison of Mocksville. N.C., sister-in-law of the bride, Linda Mitchell of Dayton, Ohio, cousin of the bride, and Toni Korb of East Bank. Amy and Katy Basham were flowergirls and Gif ford Basfaam was ringbearer for their aunt. * · * Connie Smith ; Wed on Friday ; The Rev. Larry Conrad performed the Double-ring candlelight ceremony on Fri- ·day evening in the Barren Creek United 'Methodist Church at Gorton when Miss Connie Kay Smith became the bride of Edward Dale Pence II. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lon E. Smith of Gorton, and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dale Pence of South Charleston. * * * THE BRIDE was given in marriage by '. her father and traditional wedding music ; was furnished by the pianist, Nancy Sut- · tie. and vocalist, Jack Suttle. A reception · followed at Cook's Dining Room at Blue 1 Creek. \ Karen Curtiss was matron of honor and "Deborah Moore was maid of honor. The flowergirls were Krista Curtiss and Trade Thompson. - The bridegroom's father served as best man and ushers included Ernest Lore and James Lore. Ringbearers were Wally Suttle and J. D. Thompson. * * * MR. AND MRS. Pence will make their home in South Charleston following a wedding trip to Niagara Falls, N.Y. · Roberta Fox ;.' Saturday Bride '..· Village Chapel Presbyterian Church was . 'the setting Saturday for the marriage of ·Miss Roberta Elizabeth Fox, daughter of 'Sir! and Mrs. Robert W. Fox of Gordon 'Drive, to Edward Walton Sutton IV, son of "Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Sutton of Beau- 'imont Road. The Rev. Conrad Crow officiated and Mrs. Sharon Curnette was the organist. -;.; ·_· * * * ;:"; THE BRIDE was given in marriage by ' ; her father. ·''··,-$*"··*.· ·' .···-·: . 4* Matron of honor was Mrs. Patrick B. ,"Fox, sister-in-law of the bride, and brides- '·rtiaids were Mrs. Susan McGary Lutman, ^Leigh Frazier, and Karen Priestop. Holly IrBentz, niece of the bridegroom, and Amy "'fox, niece of the bride/were the flower- -·girls. MRS. E.D. PENCE II . . . former Connie Smith A graduate of Herbert Hoover High School and Thomas Memorial Hospital school of medical technology, the former Miss Smith is employed at the hospital. Her husband, who is employed by the West Virginia Department of Highways, is an alumnus of South Charleston High School and West Virginia State College. MRS. E.W. SUTTON W . . . former Roberta Fox 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 oc- curing 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 4 p. m. Wednesday. David Hazeltine was best man and ushers were Gary Lloyd, Robert Griffith and William Wang. Kevin Fox, nephew of the bride, was the ringbearer. '* »·* ; THE FRANK Di Turo Trio played for the reception at the Daniel Boone Hotel, after which the couple left for a wedding trip to Cincinnati, Ohio. They will reside in Arlington, Va. She graduated from the University of Kentucky with a B. A. degree in elementary education, and her husband is a graduate of Indiana Institute of Technology with a B. S. degree in mechanical engineering. He belongs to Alpha Epsilon Pi social fraternity and is employed by the Department t)f the Navy in Arlington. Susan Lee Wed On Saturday 4 Glasgow United Methodist Church was the setting on Saturday afternoon when Miss Susan Elaine Lee became the bride of Thomas P. Collins. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Lee of Glasgow, and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Playford Collins of Kingwood. The Rev. John Cheetham and the Rev. Leon Alexander officiated for the double- ring ceremony, and the organist, Betty Cline. furnished a program of nuptial music. The bride was escorted to the altar by her greatuncle, William Harrison, and was given in marriage by her father. * * * CINDY HUNTER was matron of honor for her sister and Linda Gregory was maid of honor. Bridesmaids included Amy Collins, sister of the bridegroom, Elena Diamond of Clarksburg, Anna Schultz of Elyria, Ohio, Suzanne Meadows and Susie Hopkins. The bride's niece, Tracy Hunter was flowergirl, and the ringbearer was Shane Buckley. Jim Doak of Clarksburg served as best man and ushers included Bob White and Dallas Dillon of Fairmont, Donny Rouzee and Jay Sims of Kingwood, John Crane of Bridgeport and John White of Glasgow. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in Al's Club at Smithers, where music was furnished by the Jules Mi- Baptist Church Is Bridal Scene ALUM CREEK - The "Forks of Coal Missionary Baptist Church here was the setting on Saturday evening for the wedding and reception when marriage vows were exchanged by Miss Mary Lynn Smith, and Spec. 4 Thomas Randy Pen- ningston. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Allen Smith of Alum Creek, and he is the son of Mrs. Ruth Irene Pennington of Garden Heights, Charleston. The Rev. Alan Skeens performed the ceremony and the bride was given in marriage by her father. A program of nuptial music was furnished by Terry Moore and Bob Moore. MKE KEENEY of Belk was best man. Ushers were David Frampton of Hernshaw, Charles Cox Jr.. brother of the bridegroom. Duane Hickey of Marmet. Jerry Callison of Mocksville, N.C., brother of the bride, and Gilford Basham of Lisle. 111., brother-in-law of the bride. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a Caribbean cruise. They will live at 5400 Big Tyler Rd. Mr. and Mrs. Cox are graduates of East Bank High School. She has an A.S. degree in nursing from West Virginia Institute of Technology and is employed by the Charleston Area Medical Center, General Division. MRS. T.W. COX .. .former Janet Calliton He is a student at West Virginia State College, where he is majoring in finance and pre-law. He is employed by C. R. Winter Co. of Cross Lanes. MRS. T.P. COLLINS . . . former Sutan Lee cheaux Orchestra. * * * MR. AND MRS Collins will make their home at 101 Oakwood Dr., Shinnston, following a wedding trip to a northern beach. A graduate of DuPont High School, the former Miss Lee is a second semester senior at West Virginia University, majoring in secondary education, and will be doing her student teaching in Harrison County. Employed by Monongahela Power Co. at its Harrison Power Station, her husband is a graduate of Kingwood High School and attended Fairmont State College. The bride's parents were hosts for the rehearsal dinner at Frankie's Restaurant at Boomer. JUST ARRIVED! Large Shipment of assorted exotic CACTI Blooming, Grafted and Six foot Peruvian STADLER GREENHOUSE Nitro end of the St. Albans Nitro Bridge 727-8141 FINAL $ Gfowttw SHOE SALE FORMERLY SELLING'18 to Ml 8$ lfl- $ 12 ····«· J - ' - l THE BRIDE'S SISTER, Mrs. Darlene Brumfield, and the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Debbie Roberts, were honor attendants. Bridesmaids were Kathy Smith, niece of the bride, Sammie Bell, Brenda Francis and Kitty Meikle. Brenda and Angle Smith, nieces of the bride, were flowergirls. Trainbearers were Missy and Amy Roberts. Beth Roberts and the bride's nephew, Eric Smith, were ringbearers. Rex Pennington served as best man for his brother, and ushers included Roger Roberts. Mark Bell, Billy Gillenwater, Pfc. Kurt Duschel and Spec. 4 Mike Marchi. MRS. T.R. PENNINGTON . . , former Mary Smith Mr. and Mrs. Pennington, both graduates of Duval High School in Griffithsville, are honeymooning in Cincinnati, Ohio. Aft-. er Aug. 21, they will make their home in Frankfurt, Germany, his new duty station with the Army. Spring, Summer and Early Fall Styles PENAUO-COBBIE-JOYCE RED CROSS-TOWN COUNTRY Shoes for fashionable women 236 CAPITOL ST. AT CLUB MEDITERRANEE GUADELOUPE, YOU DO ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING FOR ABSOLUTELY NOTHING. 5w»» JrnQffl** rtt «·'" M .e««^f im r : .-.v«v i '«-y- rt r" i i{::''-- w -;'r'-w5^'w. : ',;..:,v.'. """ l ""-^'.£$P* I Give the per- 1 feet gift of love. I A brilliant, per- I f e c t , permo- I nently regit- I tered Ktepsoke I diamond Guor- I onteed in writ- ling. LILLYS' Keepsake* Registered Diamond Rings ^ .. ... for gifts yoi/» DMttVUttESMMKCCITEl Nun item URTKIllE A week on Guadeloupe costs no more than a week at an ordinary resort. Except all the extras don't cost extra. 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