Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 27, 1976 · Page 39
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 39

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 27, 1976
Page 39
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8D --June 27, 1976 t Sunday Gasette-Mail Ch»;l?i(on, 'Acst Virginia Miss Bambi Lynn Turner » Bride of M. T. Warden Mary Margaret McDaniel Wedding Guests Here, Br v anAn TM Vacationers Returning .St.. Andrew Presbyterian Church was the setting Friday for the wedding of Miss Bambi Lyn Turner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jackson S. Turner of Pinch, and Michael Thomas Warden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Lee Warden nf Clendenin. The Rev.. Stephen Miller performed the 7 p.m. ceremony and music was provided by Tim Shafer. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Teresa Warden, sister of the bridegroom was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Jo Ann Fragale and Tommy Turner, sister of the bride. Lori Light and Jeff Cavender were flowergirl and ringbearer. Steve Young served as best man. Ushers were Geary Beatty and Wayne Warden, the bridegroom's brother. · Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, S. C. They will live at Falling Rock. : :Mr. and Mrs. Warden are graduates of Herbert Hoover High School. She is employed by Ferguson Actuarial Service and her'husband is employed by Appalachian Power Co. MRS. M. T. WARDEN ...former liambi Turner Miss Mary Margaret McDaniel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McDaniel of Charleston, and Allen Bryan Annie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Annie of St. Albans, were married Saturday in St. Johns Episcopal Church. The Rev. Charles Sanford officiated and music was provided by Miss Brenda Mullins. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Phyllis Ward served as matron of honor. Elizabeth Annie was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Cindy Chamness, Elizabeth Turner, Judy Williams, Thyra Me- Cown, Gretchen McDaniel and Nancy Miller. Lisa Frazier was flowergirl. Mike McCown served as best man. Sam Annie, Bill Recco, Greg McDaniel, Mark Hall, Ronnie Lyons, Edward Corns and Eric Maniskis were ushers. J. T. Baldwin was ringbearer. Following a reception at the church, the couple left on a wedding trip to Pennsylvania and New York. They will reside at 915 Scenic Dr. Mrs. Annie is a graduate of Marshall University, and is employed by Union Carbide. Her husband, a graduate of West MRS. ALLEN BRYAN ANNIE ...former Mary Margaret .McDaniel Virginia Universitry. is employed by the Kanawha County school system. iMiss Miriam Kay Ingram Bride- Miss Nancy Sue Hedrick Is Wed jOf Harold Irvm HillaboldJr. To John W. Arbaugh Saturday £'Miss Miriam Kay Ingram, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Ingram, Sr., and Harold frvin Hillabold, Jr., son of Mrs. Harold I. Hiliabold and the late Mr. Harold. I... Hillabold. Sr., all of Charleston, .jvere married at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the .Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church.The ;Rev. P. Dean Boyer officiated and music ijras provided by Mrs. Diane Fulknier. .» The bride was given in marriage by her lather. Mrs. Jacqueline Adkins was maid itf honor. Miss Dodie Ingram, sister of the ; bride, and Mrs. Jeanne Lewis were brides- ;|naids. Miss Tracy Williams was flower- ·girl-"." Wayne Humphrey served as best man. James Ingram Jr., brother of the bride, ahd'Larry Lewis were ushers. Timmy Humphrey was ringbearer. ·'^Following a reception at the church, the couple left on a wedding trip to Disney Orlando, Fla. They will reside at 2§11JE. Smith Road in Charleston. S!*Mrs. Hillabold, a graduate of Stonewall Uackson High School, is employed by Col- n)nbla Gas Transmission Corp. Her hus- Jyand. a graduate of Charleston High MRS. HAROLD IRVIN HILLABOLD JR. ...farmer Miriam Kay Ingram School, is employed by the same corporation. t SVliss.T aunva Lvnn Pinkerton rl ' , ' . ' as Bride of Michael Gene Bowen £ OAK HILL- Miss Taunya Lynn Pinker- !tbn. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cletis Perry 'J?inkerton. and Michael Gene Bowen, son ijf the Rev. and Mrs. Gene Bowen. all of ,0ak Hill, were married at 7:30 p.m. Fri- jday at the 'Oak Hill Church of the Naza- 'CJene. The Rev. Carl Gray officiated. Mu*sic was provided by Miss Donna Legg, fejrganist, and Mrs. Lois Brewer, soloist. -The bride was given in marriage by her ' father, Miss Rhonda Price served as maid of honor. Bridal attendants were Miss Mary Francis Jayne and Miss Kathy Al, len. Gunney Price served as best man. Steve Bowen, brother of the bridegroom, and . Tim Pinkerton. brother of the bride, were 1 ushers. After a reception at the Terrace Room, I the couple left on a wedding trip to Myrtle ; Beach, S. C. They will reside in Oak Hill. Mrs. Bowen, a graduate of Collins High ; School, is employed by Oak Hill Hospital. · Her husband, also a graduate of Collins ! High, is employed by Semel-Solvay Divi' sions. Harewoori Mines. MRS. MICHAEL GENE BOWEN ...former Taunyn Lynn I'inkerlon Engagements Announced ;"£.'·· ChunibcTs-Anido ;»*Dr. and Mrs. John T. Chambers of 4606 '^Virginia Ave., SE are announcing the en- ;f$gementof their daughter. Patricia Ann, ; '5o '.Vicente Anido Jr. He is the son of Dr. ', " jnd -Mrs: Vicente Anido of Morgantown. '*Miss Chambers is a graduate of the · JVest 'Virginia University School of Nursing. She is employed by CAMC, Memorial '^Division. V»Her fiance is working toward a master's '^degree in pharmacy administration at Miss Carper is a senior at West Virginia State College. Her finance is a graduate of Michigan State University and is eni-' ployed by the FMC Corp. RONCEVERTE- Nancy Sue Hedrick; daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hedrick of Ronceverte, became the bride of John Wesley Arbaugh. son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Baylus Arbaugh of Alderson. at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the Ronceverte Presbyterian Church. Dr. Ronald Buckalew officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Bill Bowling and Miss Luellen Cobb. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Gordon Hedrick of Tryon, N. C. Mrs. Eugene McClung of Lewisburg was matron of honor and Mrs. Charles Arbaugh was the attendant. Charles Arbaugh served as best man for his brother. Charles Arbaugh, nephew of the bridegroom, and Sonny Clement, both of Alderson, were groomsmen. Following a reception at the church the couple left on a western wedding trip. They will reside at Rt. 1, Box 225, Aider- son. Mrs. Arbaugh, a graduate of Greenbrier High School, is employed by the H. Frazier Co. at Fort Spring. Her husband, a graduate of Alderson High School, is employed by the Viking Pocahontas Coal Co. at Rupert. Karen Adkins Wed Saturday Miss Karen Sue Adkins, daughter of Marian Adkins of East Bank and Emma Jean Adkins of London, and Marvin Anthony Loggans, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lynn Loggans of Gate City, Va., were married at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Cheylan Nazarene Church. The Rev. Everett Jackson Miley officiated. Music was provided by Mrs. Everett Jackson Miley. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Nodgie Kennedy of Alexandria. Va.. was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Thelma Woods of Gallagher and Uma Sie- miaczko of Hansford. Nora Yvonne Adkins served as flowergirl for her sister. Marvin Lynn Loggans served as best man for his son. Patrick Loggans, brother of the bridegroom, Brian Seaver and Ricky Begley, all of Gate City, and Toe Godsy of Webster City, were ushers. A reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Adkins. Mrs. Loggans is a graduate of East Bank High School. Her husband, a graduate of Gate City High School, is employed by Smith Electronics. Hints for Food Corned Beef Cookery To cook a 3-to 5-pound corned beef brisket, cover it with water and simmer, covered, until tender, allowing approximately 50 minutes per pound. When carving, slice across the grain of the brisket. .'.^Anderson-Humphreys *· ' ^- * " ?.·,' Miss Sondra Jean Anderson, daughter of j' v !i}r-..''and Mrs. Junior Anderson, and Lyle ''tBouglas Humphreys, son of Mr. and Mrs. Njirmp. Humphreys, all of Charleston, will i^inarried at 1~ :3 ° Pm - Se P'- 3 - in tne · 3tfa~pl6 Hill Missionary Baptist Church. ; *T,Tfie ; bride-elect graduated from Charles- ^ibri:High School, and is employed by the i'JState'of West Virginia. Her fiance, a grad- t^iate.of George Washington High School, is · .jalscremployed by the state. '£* ! ; Carper-Jackson t ^ ;*-,.- * j'vJ.Terri G. Carper of Institute, daughter of «3p, James S. Carper Jr. and the late Mr. s-lfarries S. Carper Jr., is the bride-elect of 1 ^Rudolph F. Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. · Fleming Jackson of Charleston. The wedding will take place at 5:30 p. m. ' Aug. 14 at the First Baptist Church. Mini Pot Roasts Short ribs might be termed "mini pot- · roasts." Cut from the ends of the loin and plate ribs, each consists of layers of lean and fat with a section of the flat rib bone. Cook by braising-- first browning, then adding a small amount of water (V* to Vi .' cup), seasoning, covering and simmering : until tender, about 2 hours. \'^-; Cattle Created Texas .r '' Cattle were so important in early Texas that when it was admitted to the Union, one wit remarked: "Other states were carved or Bbrn, Texas grew fronvttde and ""Horn." The Hallway is celebrating Wednesday June 30th thru Friday, July 2nd with a special gift for you with your purchase of $8 or more--a free handcrafted minipot and plant start. We offer a complete line of fibers, handmade pottery, driftwood, shells, hoops, beads, accessories for earth necklaces and more. THE COMPLETE MACRAME SHOP Downstairs at 1102 Quarrier Charleston,W. Va. 25301 342-9578 Mon.thru Fri. 11A.M. to 4=30 P.M. Sat. Noon to4 Mrs. JOHN WESLEY ARBAUGH ...former Nancy Sue Hedrick Out-of-town guests attending the wedding of Martha Ratliff and Dr. Jerry Metheny were Mrs. Bernice Coffman of Elkins. .Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Miller Sr. of Danville and Mr. and Mrs. Arvid J. Ratliff of Hei- lier. Ky.. maternal and paternal grandparents of the bride: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Willoughby and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Storff of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Garber of Grundy. Va., Mr. and Mrs. Maloy Nelson of Belpre. Ohio, Dr. and Mrs. Ron Croteau of Fairmont and Dr. and Mrs. Ray Ladwig of Morgantown. Out-of-town guests at the wedding on Saturday of Ethel Louise Butler and Donald Eugene Sterling were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Butler, Everett Phelps. Mrs. Blanche Vanik and Christine Vanik. The bride was honored with showers given by Kathy Bonhman and Mary Jo Nichols. Miss Eva Lynn Mick, who became the bride of Robert Warren Wright on Saturday, was honored with showers given by .Mrs. Betty Eye of Mount Nebo, Mrs. Jean Frame of Strange Creek and by Mis» Ruann Miller of Elkview. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Shingler have returned to their home on Carroll Road after a vacation at the Greenbrier Hotel, where they attended the meeting of the West Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants. Out-of-town guests at the wedding on Saturday of Delilah Eileen Burford and Robert Stephen Sparks were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sparks of Omaha, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lane and children, Eric and Gina of Guam, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne King and daughters, Ginny Rae and Tara and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoff and children. Alan. Eddie and Cathy of Wichita, Kan., and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miranda of Ashland. Ky. Mrs. J. H. Pennington of M o u n t a i n View, Calif., is in Charleston visiting her sister. Mrs. E. C. Gibbs. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Britt of Abney Circle have had as their house guests their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Purdom of New Jersey. Mrs. Roseiyn L. Freedman, associate professor of speech and director of forensics at Morris Harvey College, will leave Tuesday for Europe. She will visit France, Belgium, Holland, England, Scotland and Ireland. While in England she will conduct research in university and college libraries. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris A. Freedman of Quarrier Street. Mrs. Suzy B. Hickman and sons Byron and Andy are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. Bostic of Cleveland Avenue. She will aslo visit her sister, Mrs. G. M. Bibbee Jr. and Sunset Drive. She w i l l leave late in July for Bradenton, Fla., to visit her in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. Hally B. Hickman, formerly of Charleston. Then she will join her husband Jimmy in Dallas, Texas, where he will begin his work with South Western Airlines. * * * OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS attending the wedding Saturday of James E. Farrell and Martha Jane Burdette were: the Rev. John Bahann of New Orleans, La.; Miss Linda Bottger of Pt. Pleasant, N. J.; Dr. and Mrs. Everett M. Cobb of Washington, D. C.; Patrick Cruse of Herndon, Va.: Mr. and Mrs. Ron Cunningham and son Doug of Waldorph, Md.; Fred Donlin of East Rockaway, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. William Dvorscak of Vienna, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Terry Elkins of Bergen, Ky.; Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Farrell of McLean, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Farrell of Westbury, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Farrell and children Tammy, Kim and Chris of Wheeling, 111.; and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Farrell of Triangle. Va. Also Phil Francis of Solon, Ohio; Steve Hall of Ashland, Ky.; Dr. and Mrs. John Healy of Carlisle, Penn.; Christopher J. Keller of Lexington, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Keyser of Charlotte, N. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Rod Mills of McLean, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Edison Parsons of Ripley, W. Va.; Stephen Pauley of Torrance, Ca!.; Mr. and Mrs. Danny Pauley and children Patty and Danny Jr. of Willard, Ohio; Rev and Mrs. James and Pauley and children Jana, Dirk, and Joshua of Belpre. Ohio: Kathy Philpott of Lexington, N.C.; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Riggs of Rockville, Md.; Leonard Rubino of Pittsburg. Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmidt of McLean, Va.; Dr. and Mrs. Harry B. Sheldon of Washington, D. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Temple and Gary and Karen Temple of Great Falls, Va.: Mr. and Mrs. Thorn Thumm of Blacksburg, Va.; Lisa Ventura and Julie Wilson of Bethesda, Md.; Pepe Villamil of Alexandria, Va.: and Jeanne Wallace of East Rainelle, W. Va. Miss Burdette was honored at the following parties: a luncheon given by Mrs. Jaqueline Anderson and her daughter; a surprise shower given by Mrs. Donna Sybert; a coffee given by Mrs. Carolyn Hanly Hurt and Mrs. Sarah Jane Holroyd; a shower given by Mrs. Stachia Marie Cavender, aunt of the bride, and Mrs. Susan Shaffer, cousin of the bride; a luncheon given by Mrs. Isabel Miller; a bridesmaids luncheon given by Miss Melinda J. Burdette, sister of the bride; and a rehearsal dinner given by the parents of .the bridegroom MRS. MARVIN ANTHONY LOGGANS ...former Karen Sue Adkins S*r ^CSll. fifeolreel I I SHOE SHOP ., .CHARLESTON , W . V A . Cool ond soft summertime walking. Use your BankAmericardor Mosterchorge 708FFESTREET PHONE 343-1013 Sondolettes Stroll anywhere comfortably. Specially contoured arch, foam padded insole, cupped walking heel. Cool, lightweight. Super for summer. Choose from white, beige or blue. closed JulyS 5 WAR declared on high prices! 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