Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 20, 1972 · Page 62
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 62

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 20, 1972
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·*E--Augu.1 20, 1972 jwufar Moore-Cottrill Bridal Performed . POINTPLEASANT-Miif ; Deborah Kay Cottrill, datoh- :tor of Mr. and Mrs. Charles :E. Cottrill, became the bride ·of Ken Sinnett Moore, son of :Dr. and Mrs. James R. : Moore, all of Point Pleasant, :at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in ·Heights United M e t h o d i s t ; C h u r c h here. The Rev. -Charles L. Frum officiated -and music was provided by Rhonda Bailey and Lydia ..Long. .-" Given in marriage by her .: father, the bride wore an A: "line empire gown of French cot. ton voile styled with a Victori:an neckline, bishop sleeves ·;with French cuffs, fitted bodice banded in satin ribbon, and a .'full skirt which ended in a chapel train outlined with Cluny lace. A Cametot head- drew held her floor-length veil of English illuaion and the carried a cascade of white roses and baby's breath. BRIDAL ATTENDANTS for their sister were Miss Beverly Cottrill of Columbus, Ohio, maid of honor; Mrs. James Meek of Beckley, matron of honor: Mrs. Gary Nelson of West Palm Beach, Fla., Miss Connie Cottrill of Fort Wayne, Ind., and Miss Martha Cottrill of Point Pleasant, bridesmaids. Russ Moore of Point Pleasant was best man for his brother and ushers were Charles Cottrill Jr. Rick Moore, bro- iTabor-Starks Nuptial Performed Saturday " Miss Judy Lynn Starks, "daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. ·.B. Starks of 1712 Woodbine : ;Ave., became the bride of .·Raymond Mitchell Tabor Jr., ^son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond :M. Tabor of 713 Grant St., -.Saturday in Grace Covenant · ·Presbyterian C h u r c h . The :ttev. P. Dean Boyer officiated and music was provided by : MRS. R. M. TABOR JR. :; ... former Judy Starks '.-Margaret Gross and Margaret · Reynolds. ;'; Given in marriage by her · -father, the bride wore a long gown of silk organza designed with an empire bodice, Victorian neckline with a lace y o k e and leg o'mutton sleeves and an A-line skirt which extended to a chapel train edged with a lace ruffle. A cascade of lilies of the valley held her shoulder- length veil and she carried white pompons and roses on a Bible. * * · MRS. BRENDA Burcham was matron of honor and bridesmaid* were Mrs. Barbara Marshall and Miss Susan Carrier. Janet Martin was junior bridesmaid. The bridegroom's father served as best man. Ronnie Tabor, Lee S t a r k s and Joseph Marshall were ushers. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Nags Head, N. C. They will live at 318 Highland Ave., South Charleston. MR. AND* MRS. Tabor graduated from Stonewall Jackson High school. He is * senior a West Virginia State College and is employed by Martin and Tabor Sporting Goods. A bridesmaids luncheon was given by Miss Susan Carrier at the Heart-O-Town Motor Lin. Mrs, Barbara Marshall honored the bride with shower at the home of Mrs. Debbie Starks. (her of the bridegroom, and Roger Roush, all of Point Pleasant, and Joe Lemon of South Charleston. FOLLOWING a reception at (he church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Oglebay Park. They will live at 2445 First Ave., Huntington, where he is a junior pre-medicine major a t Marshall University. Mr. and Mrs. Moore grtduat* ed from Point Pleasant High School. She attended Beckley College and Marshall University and is employed by the West Virginia Department of Welfare in Huntington. MRS. K. S. MOORE . former Deborah Cottrill Miss Judith V. Bailey, ;J. Howard Hassig Wed ';. Miss Judith V. Bailey, .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin W. Bailey of 503 50th St,, became the bride of J. Howard Hassig, son of Dr. .':«nd Mrs. Donald 6. Haasig of ' ,1204-A Colonial Way, Saturday in Christ Church United Meth- · odist Chapel. The Rev. Tru- : man Potter officiated, and : :jnusic was p r o v i d e d by '. -Charles Graybill. '· Given in marriage by her 1 father, ttoe birde wore a for. mal gown of white and blue :'silk organza and Venise lace .'styled' with a solitaire neck- i l ; line, full puff sleeves with lace j: cuffs, fitted empire bodice, A- '·line skirt, and chapel-length ·"train. She wore a chapel; length blue veil and carried a 'cascade of white roses, ste- !:phanotas and blue baby's :· breath. . MRS. DEBBIE Sampson WM matron of honor and bri desmaide were Mrs. Delia Steete, Mn. Nancy Cavendish and Mi»EU«H»ig, cister of the bridegroom* J. Made Haaug WM beet man for hit brother and ushers were Clinton A. Steele, Jonathon F. Cavendish and Brie F, Bailey, brother of the bride. 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