August 3,1975 Suiwfcv Ca*ette-M*tt Christine Kawash, T. J. Gibbons Wed Weddings Attract Guests In a double-ring ceremony performed oc Saturday afternoon by the Rev. John Lipinski in St. Anthony's Catholic Church, marriage vows were exchanged by Miss Christine Anne Kawash and Timothy James Gibbons. She is the daughter of Mrs. Mitcbel Eli Kawash of Park Avenue and the late Mr. Kawash, and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Gibbons of Summit. N. J., formerly of Charleston. Nuptial music was presented by the organist, Vicki Casey, and vocalist, Angle Ransom. Stephen Kawash gave his sister in marriage. A reception followed in the ballroom of the Daniel Boone Hotel, where music was furnished by the Frank DiTuro Trio. * * * CONNIE KAWASH was maid of honor for her sister and bridesmaids included two more sisters, Cathy and Susan Kawash; the bridegroom's sisters, Kathy and Mary Gibbons: the bride's cousin. Janie Solomon: and Barbara Carte. Another cousin. Natalie Donoboe, was fkwergSrt and the bridegroom's brother, David Gibbons, was ringbearer. Michael Gibbons served as best man for his brother and ushers included three more brothers. Greg. Todd and Brian Gibbons: the bride's brother. Michael Kawash; Powers Persinger and John Blaha. Mr. and Mrs. Gibbons will make their home in Charleston following a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C. * Â· Â» THE FORMER Miss Kawash was graduated magna cum laude from Morris Harvey College with B. A. degree in early childhood education, being a member of Alpha Xi Delta Sorority, Kappa Delta Pi education honorary, and the Association for Childhood Education. She is employed at St. Anthony Grade School. Her husband earned his B. S. degree in business administration from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio, and is employed by Nepco. Inc., in South Charleston. MRS. T.J. GIBBONS . former Chrittine Kaicaih Joyce Gay Hayes Bride Of David Allan Sebert MRS. DAVID SEBERT . . . former Joyce Gay Hayes RONCEVERTE - Miss Joyce Gay Hayes became the bride of David Allan Sebert in ceremonies Saturday at Trinity United Methodist Church here. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Hayes of Fairlea and he is the son of Mrs. Thelma D. Sebert of Fairlea and the late Lowell E. Sebert. The Rev. William Price officiated and nuptial music was provided by the bridegroom, on the guitar, and by Mrs. Margaret Huffman, organist. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. A reception in the church fellowship hall followed the double-ring ceremony. Mrs. Sue Weakley McCone of Lynchburg. Va., was matron of honor, Bridesmaids were Mrs. Berry Dodson Treadway of Beckley; Mrs. Charlene Hughes Moore of Kingwood; Miss Diane Lee White of Mt. Airy, Md., and Mrs. Janet Westfall Sebert of Morgantown. Lynda Lea Hayes, sister of the bride, was flowergirl. STEPHEN L. SEBERT of Morgantown was best man for his brother. Ushers were Leon Dorsey of Summersville, Bill Endicott of South Charleston, Joe Moore of Kingwood and David Hinzman of Lewisburg. The bride is a graduate of West Virginia Wesleyan College with a degree in nursing, and her husband is a second year dental student at West Virginia University. Following a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C., the couple will live in Morgantown. MacCorkle-Mullens Rite on Saturday The First Presbyterian Church, with the Rev. William Benfield officiating, was the' setting Saturday for the marriage of Mrs. Mary Lu Mullens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William M. Watkins of South Charleston, and John Lyle MacCorkle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. MacCorkle of Rt. 5. Alice Eaddy was the organist and the bride was given in marriage by her father. MRS. J.L. MACCORKLE . . former Mary Lu Mullein NANCY L. Nicholason of Pittsburgh, Pa., was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Gerald R. Wiseman of Memphis, Tenn., and Gwendolyn B. MacCorkle of Coral Gables, Fla., sister of the bridegroom. The bridegroom had his father as best man. Ushers were John R. Phillips of Charlotte, N.C., Henry D. Tallman of Boston, Mass., Christopher L. Marshall of Atlanta, Ga., R. Ruffner Alexander of Charleston and William M. Watkins III and Richard R. Watkins, both of Charleston, brothers of the bride. * * * A RECEPTION followed at Kanawha Country Club. The bride is a graduate of Morris Harvey College and has been employed by Kanawha County Schools. Her husband is a third year law student at North Carolina Central University. He graduated from Woodbury Forest and the University of North Carolina. They will reside in Raleigh, N.C. Among prenuptial activities nek in conjunction with the wedding of Roberta Fox and Edward Suttee IV were a cocktail party given by Mr. and Mrs. David Hazeltiae and Mr. and Mrs. James Robinson of Beaumont Road at the Robinson home, a bridal luncheon and shower given by Leigh Frazier and Mrs. Susan McGary Lutman at Edgewood Country Club, a bridesmaids luncheon at the home of the bride, a brunch for attendants at the Army-Navy Club, given by Mrs. Jay Bentz, sister of the bridegroom; and the rehearsal dinner given by the parents of the bridegroom, Mr. and"Mrs. Edward W. Suttoh, at the Army-Navy Club. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Frank Deredita of Garwood, N. J., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sutton and James and John of Westfield, N. J., Ms. Gloria Ontko of Lexington, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. Mel Sandier and Debbie of Durham, N. H., Ed Herb of Schenectady, N. Y., Ms. Beth Jackson of Schenectady, Mr. and Mrs. George Gordon of Fort Wayne, Ind., Art Saldivar of Fort Wayne and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Bentz and Holly of Laurel, Md. Also, John Fox, Ms. Jean Fox and Ms. Carlene Millican of Rochester, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mundy and Sean, Mr. and Mrs. Norvell West and Norvell Jr., Mrs. Frances Young and Michael, John H. Williams and Mrs. Thelma West, all of Roanoke, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Patrick B. Fox and Amy, Sara and Kevin of Cary, N: C., Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Young of Charlotte, N. C., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Andreas of Columbus, Ohio, Ms. Beth Miller of Pikeville, Ky., James Sweitzer and Susie of Louisville, Ky., Lo Wheeler, Eric Shermer and Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Thacker of Louis- Â· ville; and Ms. Pam Ketchum of Cincinnati, Ohio. * * * SEVERAL PRENUPTIAL social functions have been held to honor Miss Christine Anne Kawash and Timothy James Gibbons, who were married on Saturday afternoon in St. Anthony Church. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Gibbons of Summit. N.J., formerly of Charleston, were hosts for the rehearsal dinner on Friday evening at Ernie's Esquire. Other affairs included a personal shower given by Josephine and Virginia Hederi, Mary Wibberg and Joann Pritt in their home; a luncheon shower in Humphreys Pine Room with Virginia Cassab as hostess; a miscellaneous shower in St. Anthony Parish Hall given by Natalie and Beverly Donohoe, Frances and LaVern Aubrey; and another miscellaneous shower given by Margie Quick and Nancy Leonoro at the Quick home. The bride's aunts, Evelyn Thabet, Madelyn Raynes and Lorraine Moses, entertained with a coffee in Huntington, and Barbara Carte was hostess for a party honoring the bride in her home! The bridesmaids luncheon was given by the bride's aunt and cousins,-Elizabeth, Janie and Barbara Solomon, at their home. and Mrs. Ervin S. Queen, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Counts and daughters, Susie, Leaan and Stephanie. Mr. and Mrs. Del Fot, Sgt and Mrs. Roger Ramey and Christi Jean Ramey and Mr. acd Mrs. Steve Kosa of Logan: Mr. and Mrs. John L. Harden and Miss Sarah Porter of Ravenswood; and Mrs. and Mrs. John Horn, Mrs. 0. W. Wingo, John Lamanca, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Simpkins, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Jones and Todd Jones, Miss Rose McCoy, Mrs. Mayme Blackburn, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Canterbury, Miss Paula Canterbury. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crigger, Mrs. Walter Ray, Miss Vivian Ray, Miss Carol Blackburn of Williamson; and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Anderson and Pam, Kim and Craig Anderson of MuUins. Huntington guests were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wahlman, Miss Deoborah Wahlman, Dave Marshall, Miss Lois Sandy. Miss Lisa Lambert, Miss Cynthia Clark, Jerry Ball, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Sutphin and Miss Melani Griffis. Other guests included Miss Kathy Johnson and Miss Barbara Halley of Gallipolis, Ohio; Steve Murray of Stanford, Conn.; James Mercer of Mount Lebanon, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Meadows of Fairfax, Va.; and Mrs. and Mrs. William A. Grigger and Mathew Crigger of Salem, Va. Dr. and Mrs. George J. Craddock of Mount Vernon Road were hosts for a rehearsal dinner. The bride was honored with parties given by Mrs. William A. Aidrich and Miss Cathy Aldrich, by Mrs. Orville Wingo, Mrs. Freeman Gibson, Mrs. B E. Gibson, Sirs. B. i. Crawfod and Mrs T. EL Jones, and by Miss Deobwrah Waalman and Mrs. DonaW Wahlman. * * Â» PRENUPHAL EVENTS honoring Miss ' Connie Kay Smith, who was ma-Tied to Edward Dale Pence II on Friday evening, included showers in Clendenin, given by Nancy Suttle and Karen Curtiss; in South Charleston, given by Ann Mallorj and. Opal Brumfield: and in Charleston, given by Beverly Smith and Janet Gessel. Nettie Anne Horne. daughter of Mrs. Nettie Home of Sixth Avenue, an English teacher at the Universidad De Antioquia at Medellin, Colombia, is visiting friends in Washington, D. C. and Pittsburgh, Pa. She will return to the university for her second year's work toward a master's degree in Spanish. Miss Horne graduated ; summa cum laude from Morris Harvey College after three years' work. * * * THE HOME of Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Cobb of Bowles Ridge will be the setting today for a surprise party honoring them as they celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. They were married in Chaleston on Aug. 5,1950 by her grandfather, the late Rev. Harry Scott She is the former Rosalee M. Spradling. Hosts for the affair will be their five children, Shirley Jr. and his wife, Kathy; Diana and her husband. Bob Withrow; Charlotte, David and Jimmy Cobb. The honorees also have two grandsons. WALLCOVERINGS! IN STOCK--PREPASTED-- STRIPPABLE. 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