Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 20, 1972 · Page 60
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 60

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 20, 1972
Page 60
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2E--August 20, 1972 Sumta --'--'· --d««rt«rt««i, w«* viftinii. · A l rrn /ame Lee Bride of Marfe FuJtz Annual Tea The First United Methodist Church of South Charleston was. the setting for the wedding and reception on Saturday afternoon when Miss Janis Sue Lee, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. Charles R. Lee, became the bride of Mark Douglas Fultz, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Gayle Fultz, all of South Charleston. The Rev. William Byrd performed the double-ring ceremony and traditional music was presented by the organist, Mrs. Thelma Castleberry, and soloist, Mrs. Patti Hickman. Le«. MRS. M. D. FULTZ . . former Janie Lee GIVEN IN marriage by her father, the bride wore a long empire gown of silk organza having a high neckline and yoke of Vwiise lace, bishop sleeves, and ruffle-bordered A-line skirt and chapel train. A picture hat of matching Isce and ribbon held her chapel- length veil of silk illusion', and she carried a bouquet of white roses, miniature white carnations and babys breath. Miss Norma Barger was maid of honor. Bridesmaids includedl Miss Vicky Lee and Miss Pamela Nuim, cousins of the bride; Miss Sarah Fultz, sister of the bridegroom; and Miss Brenda Turner nf Huntington. Another cousin, Sharon Nunn, was flowergirl and Matt Gladwell was ringbear- er. Jim Fultz was best man for his brother and ushers were Kerry Winkley, Johnny Rose and David Smith. The bride's brothers, Charles and Ronald Lee, were junior ushers. * » » MR. AND MRS. Fultz are graduates of South Charleston High School and are students at Marshajl University, where she is majoring in secretarial science and is a member of Alpha Chi Omega social sorority. She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Nunn Sr. and A. H. Lee, all of South Charleston, and the late Mrs. A grandson of Mrs. JamM A. Lowther of Spencer and the late Mr. Lowther, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Alston Fultt of Akron, Ohio, the bridegroom is a senior accounting major at Marshall. They will reside at 2702% 27th St., Apt. 1, Huntington, following a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C. The bridegroom's parents hosted a rehearsal picnic dinner on Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John £. Row Jr. Social functions honoring the bride were given by Mrs. Sibyl Murphy, Mrs. Nancy White, Mrs. Barbara Nunn, Mrs. Betty Lee and Miss Brenda Turner. Is Planned The Woman's Club of Cross Lanes, celebrating its aoth anniversary this year, has scheduled its annual tea for 3 p.m. Aug. 27 in the activity room of St. David's Church at Cross Lanes. More than 100 women are expected to attend. Invitation* have been sent to all other clubs, district and state officers and charter members. Prospective members are welcome. Receiving and serving as hostesses for the event will be past presidents, Mrs. Harry Skiles, Mrs. Frank Snyder and Mrs. Murray McGuire. * V · . v Beverly Sullivan Married Saturday J : ..; · X t / MRS. W. S. GRIBBIN JR. . . . former Beverly Sullivan Teresa Martin, F. D. Stark Wed The Rev. Walter J. Mycoff officiated Saturday afternoon at St. Matthews Episcopal Church when Miss Teresa Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Martin of Judson Place, became the bride of Frederick Diah Stark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmond F. Stark of Huntington. Mrs. Betty Hamilton was the soloist and the bride was given in marriage by her father. · * * S H E WORE a long gown, We know that every season you wait to see what Amalfi has created before assembling your new outfits. See the complete Amalfi collection at May's right now. This season the Italian master craftsman has outdone himself by designing a collection to fill your every shoe need. Come in now while stocks are complete. Shown is a superbly fitting leather slip on in brown on black at 36.00 at made by her sister, Mrs. Pamela Poalise. It was of white embroidered organza and had l o n g billowing sleeves, a scooped neckline and a sashed waist. The veil of blush illusion fell from a Juliet cap of French lace and she carried a bouquet of daisies, yellow sweetheart roses, miniature white carnations and stephanotis. Julie Ann Mercer was maid of honor and Mrs. Pamela Poalise was matron of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids dent of SAE. They are honeymooning in Nag's Head, N. C., and will reside in Huntington. She was honored with showers given by Julie Mercer and by Drexena Lawson, Kathy Cromonyak, Kristi Frassinell and Vicki Yost and at a luncheon given by Mrs. Charles Smith and Wary Carroll Stark in Huntington. T h e rehearsal dinner, for members of the bridal party and out-of-town guests, w a s given by the parents of the bridegroom. Mis* Beverly X. Sullivan, daughter of Mr. tad Mrs. Charles W. SuHiven of Houston, Tex., formerly of Dunbv, became the bride of William S. Gribbin Jr., son of Mrs. William S. Gribbin Sr. of Weirton and the late Mr. Gribbin, at 7:90 p.m. Saturday in Humphreys United Methodiet Church at Dunbar. The Rev. Robert P. Johnson and the Rev. Richard Shaffer performed the double-ring candlelight ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor-length princess gown which she designed and made of ivory crepe with a high neckline of reembroidered Alencon lace and accented with covered button, long sleeves and a floor-length skirt which formed a chapel. train. Her chapel-length illusion veil was held by the seed pearl headdress worn by her mother' at her wedding 24 years ago..She carried white roses and dried French stat- ice. * * * MISS JAN RATUFF of Richmond, Va., was msid of honor and Mrs. Patricia Tormey of /Detroit, Mich., was bridesmaid. James A. Gribbin of Cincinnati wa* best man for his brother and ushers were Broil Baldwin of Westm, Kenneth Stow of Atlanta, Ga., and Frank Payson of Detroit. Following a reception at the Woman's Club of Dunber, the couple lift for a wedding trip to Wheeling. They will live at 3754 Kiofi Highway, Ant. W, Dayton, Ohio, where he is employed by Shaw-Wasw. Mrs G r i b b i n graduated from Dunbar High School and has a B.A, degree to ptycbofo gy from West Virginia Unrver. sky, where she fe toward · matter's degree in social work. Her buebend graduated from Weir High School and his bachelor'ixand master's degrees in business administration from WVU. He is a member of Alpha Phi Omega national service fraternity. august fur sale now in progress! luxurious fur fashions at substantial savings; f, capes, jackets, stoles! | Steiger's I furs · 17QUARIIIIST. 346*0577 MRS. F. D. STARK ... former Teresa Martin were Mindy Lou Conover, cousin of the bride, and Wray Carroll Stark, sister of the bridegroom. Larry Stark, brother of the bridegroom, was best man and ushers were Gary Fillin- S r, Francis Palumbo, Danny ule, Andy Garrison and David-Martin, brother of the bride. A reception was held at the bride's home. - · · · THE NEWLYWEDS are seniors at Marshall University. 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