Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 27, 1976 · Page 38
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 38

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 27, 1976
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7 D -- J u n e 27. 1976 Sunday Gazette-Mail Cflanesfon. West Virginia Miss Eva Lynn Mick Wed Diana Williams As #m/e To Robert Warren \Yright O/' . I / ' / / / / / / 1 A". Banks II In an open-church wedding at 1:30 p.m. Saturday Miss Eva Lynn Mick, daughter of Mrs. Beulah Mick of Strange Creek and Informal Reception Set An open informal reception from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday in Al's Recreation Center in Smtthers will honor the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Alex E. Mansour of Smithers. Hosts w i l l be t h e i r c h i l d r e n : Mrs. G. W i l l i a m i.Junei Ingram. Mrs. C. B. ( M a r y ) Durel. A. E. MansourJr.. Mrs. Es- · t h e r M. Leonard. Scott W. Man- MRS. E. F. BOOKER . . . former Talma Burdette sour. Mrs. Edith M. Littlefiekl and Miss M i r i a m M a n s o u r . Mr. and Mrs. Mansour were m a r r i e d on .June 30.1926. in the Trinity Episcopal Church in Lewiston. Maine. He was a merchant in Smithers and Montgomery and served several terms as mayor of the town of Smithers. Aliss Burdctto Wed Saturday Married Saturday at Smiley's were Miss Palma Jean Burdette. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Burdette of Kanawha Two Mile, and Edward F. Booker, son of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Booker of Harper Drive. The Rev. Woody Taylor officiated and the bride was given in marriage by her parents. Attending the couple were Leonard and Gaynelle Boggess. They will honeymoon on an island bordering Canada and will reside in Charleston. Box 565 Monday Rd. She is a dietary superviser for the Lexington House Nursing Home in Kanawha City and her husband is a downtown businessman, having owned Fair Deal Used Cars. MRS. R. W. WRIGHT ...former r'.vn Mick the lati 1 Mr. Doyle H. Mick, became ilu 1 bride of Robert \Varron Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Wright of Summersville. The Rev. James Clair Jarvis performed the ceremony in St. Marks I'nited.Method- ist Chapel here and music was provided by Tom Marshall. The bride was escorted by her brother- in-law. Lonnie .). Miller of klkview. Miss Celia Doss of Nitro was maid of honor and Miss Kuann Miller of Klkview. niece of the bride, was bridesmaid. Dan Miller of Charleston served as best man. Kd Wright ol Morgantown. brother of the bridegroom, was usher. Following a reception at the church, the couple l e f t for a wedding t r i p to Nags Head. N. C. They will live at Byrnside Apartments. Box (124. Cross Lanes. Mrs. Wright graduated Irom Herbert Hoover High School and has a bachelor's degree in medical technology from West Virginia University. She is a former em- ploye of the WYU Medical Center. Her husband is a graduate of Nicholas County High School and the WYU School ol Pharmacy. He is employed by Kite-Aid Drug Co. Diana Lynne Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Williams of Chesapeake, and Arthur K. Banks 11. son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur K. Banks of Charleston, were married S a t u r d a y in the Christ I'nited Methodist Church. The Rev. Travis Wells officiated. Music was provided by Hay Knight, organist, and Mary Kay Bumgardner. pianist. The bride was given in marriage by her brother-in-law. Ronald K. Smith. Attend- Mm Delilah Eileen Bur ford Is Bride of R,^. Sparks bridegroom, and Patrick Harris, nephew of the bride, were ushers. Konald Eugene Smith 11. another nephe v. served as ring bearer Following a reception at the church, the couple left on a wedding trip to Daytona Beach. Fla. They w i l l reside at 4'll-C. Wyoming St..Charleston. Mrs. Banks, a graduate of East' Bank High School, is employed by Konhill Construction Co. Her husband, a graduate of George Washington High School, is presently attending W. Va. Institute of Technology, and is employed by Banks Engineering Co.. Inc. What You Been Waiting For. . . All hand painted canvases MRS. R. S. SPARKS . . . former Delilah liurfvnl Miss Connie Lorraine Thomas Married to David Kenton Henri] HURRICANE-Miss Connie Lorraine Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Beaver of Hurricane, and David Kenton Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Henry of LeSage. were married Saturday at the First Church of God here by the Rev. Lee 0. Morris. Mrs. Carolyn Chapman, organist, accompanied the soloist. Henry Thomas. Attending the bride were Jewell Thomas. Linda White. Shirley Ferrell and Denise Chapman. Henry Thomas was best man and ushers were David Morris, and Jimmy Kirtley. Robert Chapman was the taperlighter. A reception was held at the Hurricane Women's Club. The bride attended Hurricane High School and her husband attended Milton High School. He is employed at the International Nickel Co. in Huntington. They will reside in LeSage. Travel News We will be glad to chronic l e y o u r c o m i n g s a n d goings, your visits and visit o r s . C a l l t h e G a z e t t e W o m a n ' s D e p a r t m e n t , 348-5175. MRS. DAVID K. HENRY ...fnrrncr Connie Thomas LIVING COLOR PACKAGE SPECIAL CHILDREN-ADULTS-FAMILY GROUPS NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR GROUPS YOU GET ALL THIS AND ALL COLOR w . 3-8X10's 3-5X7's 15-WALLETS ONLY _$10.95 TOTAL COST s/VA/W YOU WILL PAY MORE FOR ONE ADDITIONAL PIQURE ELSEWHERE! Pay $3.00 when photographed 'and only $7.95 when you pickup^ your package" SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Photography by FRED WELLMAN f TH!S PACKAGE WOULD NORMALLY SELL FOR OVER $35.00 [Monday, Tuesdays Wednesday, June 28-29-30 Dunbar Shopping Center Dunbar, W.Va. |Hours-ll:OOa.m.to4:30p.m. Also 5:30 to 7:30 Mon. Eve. Kelly Cohen Appliance Center TELL YOU« FRIENDS ABOUT THIS! 959 Dunbar Village Plaza Dunbar, W.Va. 25064 j fashion specialists in sizes 18 to 60 and16'/ito32'/2 THE WELL-BRED MINK COLLARED COSTUME... SPECIAL SIZES 16/2 to 26/ 2 * I DO Your elegant entree into fall... beautifully simple and masterfully tailored in richly sculptured polyester knit. The detailing: self-collar overlaid with a lavish notch collar of natural ranch mink*. The color: a soft, sandy beige. designed exclusively for Catherine's LAY AWAY NOW FOR FALL FUR OP.IGIN: USA aih-EAin. STOUT SHOPPE 959 Dubar Village Plaza Dunbar, W.Va. 25064 768-7329 Open 10-5:30 Tlurs. 10-8:30 Miss Delilah Eileen Burford. daughter of Mrs. Kathleen Burford of 4312 West Washington St.. became the bride of Robert Stephen Sparks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Sparks of 732 Ilolley St.. at 7 p. m. Saturday in McKinnon Memorial Pres- b y t e r i a n Church. The Rev. Harold R. White .Jr. officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Faye Jividcn and Mrs. Donna Johnson. The bride was given in marriage by her mother. Luanne McCown was maid of honor for her cousin and bridesmaids were Ardith Tackett. another cousin. Pebble Burford. her sister. Julie Kosa. Terry Boswell and Cheryl Campbell. PAUL SPRADLING served as best man. Ushers were Alan H o f f . Chuck Sparks. Rick Schoen. Bob Schocn and Danny Hayes. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach. S. C. They will live at 722 Park SI Apt.C..St.Albans. Mrs. Sparks is a graduate ol D u n b a r High School and is a sophomore at Mar-' shall University School of Nursing. She is employed byCAiVIC. General Division. Her husband graduated from SI. Albans High School and attended Friends University in Wichita. Kan. He is employed by K Marl. MRS. ARTHUR K. BANKS II ...former Diatui I.\ttnc II illiiiin* ants were Midge Smith, sister nl the bride, and Sheila and Sharon Kirk, nieces of the bride. Tracy Smith, another niece, was Howergirl. John Westlall served as his cousins' best m a n . G e r a l d W i l l i a m s , brother of the bridegroom. 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