Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 27, 1976 · Page 35
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June 27, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 35

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4D --June 27, 1976 Sunday Gasette-siail Chirlewn. West Virr' .18 Miss Rebecca Lou Allen Miss DebraLee Clark, Bride of Michael Pastorius Stephen IF. Holden Wed 60th Anniversary July 5 MRS. MICHAEL PASTORIUS ...former Rebecca Allen I-Mmllwl T Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Asbury of Butler Street were married July 5. 1916, by the Rev. Bayless of Charleston. Sixty years later they will celebrate with their children at. North Bend State Park at a family reunion. Coming in for the occasion will be sons William D. of St. Petersburg. Fla. and Wylie Jr. of Salt Lake City. Utah; daughters Bessie Linkous of Indianapolis. Ind.: .lew- el of Philadelphia. Pa.: Mary Lou Wolfe of Eau Gallic, Fla.. and Kmogene Burns of Charleston.He is the founder of "The Coffee Break." Mr. and Mrs. Asbury have nine grandchildren and one great- grandchild. Aliss Susan Alexander Bride Of Craig Mills in Connecticut Miss Dymphna Helena Maria Antonia Nypels. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Johan Joseph Nypels- v. Dyck, of Koningd- warsstraat 1, Den Helder, Holland, and William Wise Alexander, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stirling Alexander of 101 Abney Circle, will be married Sept .10 in Den Helder. The bride-elect is affiliated with "Mar- iakroon" in Culemborg, Holland. Her fiance attended Staunton Military Academy and Morris Harvey College. He is employed by Penrod Drilling Service Company as a boat captain. DELAWARE, Ohio-The Asbury United Methodist Church here was the setting Saturday for the marriage of Miss Rebecca Lou Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Allen of Delaware, former residents of St. Albans, W. Va., and Michael Pastorius, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Pastorius Jr. of Columbus. The Rev, David Lyons officiated and Tom Ivers, vocalist, was accompanied by Sterling Smith, organist. The bride was given in marriage by her father and a reception followed at the Knights of Columbus Hall. Elizabeth Allen was maid of honor fur her sister and Martha Jo Allen, another sister, was the bridesmaid. RICHARD HUFFMAN of Columbus was best man and ushers were Thomas R. Allen III and Clifford Allen, brothers of the bride, and James Clager of Columbus. The couple will reside at 125 Downing St.. Delaware. A graduate of St. Albans High School, the bride is a staff nurse at Grady Memorial Hospital in Delaware, having graduated from the Ohio Valley Hospital School of Nursing. Her husband, a graduate of Brookhaven High School in Columbus, attended Ohio State University and is a student at Mount Carmel School of Respiratory Technology. He is employed as chief technician in the cardio-respiratory department at Grady Memorial Hospital. The bride is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Smith of St. Albans, W. Va.. and Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Allen of Beckley. W. Va. FAYETTEVILLE, N.C.- Miss Debra Lee Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S. Clark of Fayetteville, and Stephen Winston Holden. son of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Holden Sr. of Charleston, W. chaei A. Holden. brothers of the bridegroom. John M. Gandy of Charleston, and Scott Hogsett were ushers. Kyle L. Knowles served as ringijearer Following a reception at the church and one at Parker's Barbeque Restaurant, the couple left on a wedding trip through Virginia and to Niagara Falls, N. Y. They will reside in Mayville, N. Y. Mrs. Holden graduated from Seventy- First High School and was employed by the Fayetteville City School System. Her husband, a graduate of George Washington High School in Charleston. W. Va.. and Tennessee Temple College, w i l l teach school this fall in Mavville, N. Y. MRS. S. W. HOLDEN ...former Debra Lee Clark Va. were married at 6 p.m. Saturday in the Berean Baptist Church here. The Rev. Stephen E. Byrd officiated. Music was provided by Mrs. Linda Schafer, organist, and Harold L. Knowles, soloist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Linda S. Fellers of Ft. Belvoir, Va. was maid of honor. Miss Tamara L. Clark of Chicago. 111., Miss Lee A. Knowles. and Misses Rebecca and Patricia Holden. sisters of the bridegroom, were bridesmaids. Angelia H. Knowles was junior bridesmaid. WilliamS. Holden, Sr. was best man for his son. William S. Holden. Jr. and Mi- Formal Wear For ^ » u r WEDDING O f t i r i a l Ff-aturingthe New Romantic "Charleston" and "Newport" For your "Greet Day," rent the exciting new "Charleston" in the latest colors. And we help coordinate the right shirt, tie and sash to complete the look. One Day Semite One hour free parking across from Charleston Store. Serving Charleston Since 1951 ADAMS "T^r 114 MrfarlandSt Ph. 343-2851 In SI Allans, 71 Mar Street Pti.727-0971 OpenHonday Nights'(119:00 p.m. WATERBURY, Conn.-Miss Susan M. Alexander, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Alexander of Waterbury. and Craig N. Mills, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mills Sr. of Gauley Bridge. W. Va.. were married here Saturday at the Mills Plain Union Church. The Rev. Donald Mills, brother of the bridegroom, officiated along with the Rev. Benjamin Hammond and the bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Thomas Horan of Connecticut, sister of the bride, was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Richard Waterhouse of Maine, sister of the bride, and Jayne Dowie and Laraine Mills, both of Connecticut and cousins of the couple. * * * RICHARD STEUTERMAN of New Jersey was best man and ushers were Robert Mills Jr. of North Carolina, brother of the bridegroom. Donald Brothers of Indiana and Brian Hamra. A reception was held at the Long Acre Inn in Wolcott, after which the couple left for a honeymoon in Nags Head. N. C. They will reside in Falls View. W. Va. The bride has a BFA degree in art from the University of Connecticut and her hus- MRS. CRAIG MILLS ...former Sufan Alexander band has a B. S. degree in biological sciences from Purdue University. He teaches biology at Montgomery High School. SPRING SUMMER CLEARANCE \\ft W ftivoPu' J » CAW » l 'f^ V HIGH HEELS LOW HEELS FLATS PLATFORMS 2,000 PAIRS-YOU'LL LOVE THEM ALL. FORMERLY 16.99 to 29.99 Shoes (or fashionable women 236 CAPITOL ST.- 1/3 to 1/2 off our entire first floor is full. of seasonal fashions at reduced prices. . . it's a whole store of savings from all departments in all price ranges SLACKS · BLAZERS · SKIRTS · COORDINATED BLOUSES BLEYLE SPORTSWEAR V2 OFF SOLID POLYESTER KNITS AND SOME PASTEL WOOL KNITS CORALS, REDS, GREENS AND SOME PLAIDS SIZES 6 to 18 this sale is a really big one.. . you can save on formats, pant suits, shirts, skirts, daytime dresses, cotton and tricot robes, gowns and some travel sleepwear sets, slacks, accessories, some sweaters, and many items from our regular clearance room OLDER MERCHANDISE IS BELOW COST! This is a great big glorious summer sale! OPEN MONDAY 10A.M. TO 8:30 P.M. * Charleston Store Only ^

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