Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 16, 1974 · Page 64
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June 16, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 64

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IE Juae 16,1974 C**c*ifc*. fsssmsmmsss^^^^a^^^m Carolyn Wade Wed To George Peterson , With the Rev. Denver Dick-. ens officiating Saturday at the 'Cross Lanes United Methodist Church, Miss Carolyn Anne Wade became the bride of .George Norman Peterson. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy M. Wade of Nitro and his parents are Mr. land Mrs. Norman H. Peterson of Berlin. Conn. ·· The bride was given in mar- ·riage by her father and nuptial .-music was provided by Mrs. ··Kathryn Kessell, soloist, and ':G. Thomas Minshall, organist. \. Matron of honor was Mrs. '··Kathleen Miller Doepken of ·Weirton and bridesmaids ·;were Miss Connie Burke of Clarksburg, and Ms. Susan To- .'ney of Charleston. Scott Muangman of Wethersfield, Conn., nephew of the bridegroom was ringbearer. » · · ROBERT WEKX of South Bound Brook, N.J., served as best man and ushers included Paul Heimann of West Haven, Conn., and Mike Wade of Nitro. brother of the bride. Mrs. Peterson is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of West Virginia University, where she received her B.A. in English and is now a master's candidate at WVU. Her husband, also a master's candidate, received his B.A. from the University of Connecticut. He is employed as public relations coordinator of the Governor's Manpower Office in Charleston. After a honeymoon in Vir- a*J Friday ··lilt P.M. 214 Capitol Street Monday and Tuesday--June 17-18 MRS. G. N. PETERSON .. .farmer Carolyn Wade ginia, the couple will reside at 1515 fe Jackson St. H Charlotte Canterbury Wed MRS. D. L. MARION former Charlotte Canterbury Wedding vows were exchanged Saturday in the Mountain Mission Chapel by Miss Charlotte F. Canterbury, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence F. Canterbury of Scott Depot and Daniel Lee Marion, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl F. Marion Sr. of Charleston. The Rev. J. E. "Bud" Legg performed the evening ceremony and nuptial music was furnished by Mrs. Eunice Bailey, pianist, and Wayne Harrison, vocalist. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. Mrs. Betty Marion, niece of the bridegroom was matron of honor and Miss Tammy Bird was junior bridesmaid. Flow- ergirls were Shane Harrison and Cathy Loudin, niece of the bridegroom. Kelly Nelson, nephew of the bride, was ring- bearer. j Best man was Randy Mar- i ion, nephew of the bride- : groom, and Daniel Marion, a ! son, served as second best man. Ushers included Robert Canterbury, brother of the bride, and Eddie Marion, nephew of the bridegroom. Following a reception in the church annex, the couple left for a honeymoon trip to Miami. Jacksonville and Kissimmee, Fla. Mrs. Marion is a graduate of Winfield High School and is employed by the West Virginia Department of Public Safety at the Cross Lanes Detachment. Her h u s b a n d , a graduate of Stonewall Jackson High School, is employed as manager of Marion's Auto- ville. The couple will make their home at 4415Vz Washington St., W. Sale! 2000 SUMMER DRESSES 14.99 t$:/J % « % VALUES TO 24. 19.99 VALUES TO 30. 24.99 VALUES TO 40. *· re .,} i f A i } v «1 g Tf n Mary Lynn Ballard Married | ;·;. SARASOTA, Fla. - The .'·· First Christian Church was (. the setting here Friday for the ··:; marriage of Mary Lynn Bali-'lard to E. William Zwinggi, /;.both of Sarasota. ·'". Her parents are Mr. and :·. Mrs. Harry Blackwell of Dun- '-· bar and he is the son of the :. late Mr. and Mrs. Edward '·· Zwinggi of Sarasota. ;.i The Rev. Bernard C. Meece ·"performed the candlelight ·;·:· ceremony and the bride was :; : given in marriage by her son, ·': R. Howard Ballard of Braden- .;;.· ton. Fla. _·;' Her attendants were her '.daughters. Kathleen Ballard ; - Dabney of Melbourne; Lorrie ···-. Carol Ballard of Bradenton. a '' granddaughter, and Linda Ow- ·r-l.ens of Sarasota. . : ' J.G.KICKLIGHTERJR.of , MRS. E. W. ZWINGGI .. .former Mary Ballard Sarasota served as best man and ushers were Robert A. Dabney of Melbourne, Warren Kicklighter and John Elliot, both of Sarasota. Following a reception in the church, the couple left for a honeymoon cruise to Haiti and Jamaica. The bride graduated from Stuart Robinson School in Blackey, Ky. and is a member of West Melbourne Woman's Club, and Melbourne Garden Club. She is employed by General Telephone Electronics in Sarasota. Her h u s b a n d graduated from Sarasota High School and was a sergeant in the Air Force. He is assistant manager of Kicklighter's Standard Service in Sarasota. .After their honeymoon, the couple will make their home in Sarasota. ^ ·* *r3 «M Issss ^S^^a^^JJ^^ffi^ ·Jacket Dresses · One Piece Dresses ·Pant Dresses ·Long Dresses Misses, Jr's. and Halt'Sizes Sec ondan d Th ird Floors *· :^^^ft::¥:¥ft¥S^^ Polyester PANT COATS 15. Regular 46. Three beautiful styles in a wide array of colors. Sizes 8 to 18 Third Floor ., ·'·· · ! - , ! - " ' wgmmfflfflm®^^ Amos A, Workman iWeds Carolina Girl GAFFNEY, S. C.-Miss . Deborah June Parks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. June L. Parks Jr..of Gaffney, became the bride of Amos Alan Workman, son of Mrs. John,N'. Marquis of Darlington, and Amos Workman of Charleston, W. Va.. on Saturday in the Limestone Presbyterian Church here. . .'· ': David L. Parks and Charles ; Sides officiated and music · was provided by Mike Grant and Carole Crump. . The bride was given in mar'. riage by her father and her · sister. Lynn Parks Callison, · was matron of honor. Miss ' Marcia Hellebrand was maid ·· of honor and bridesmaids ' were Miss Kay Cash, Miss ; Barbara Sarratt. Mrs. Sandra Parks. Miss Stephanie Workman and Mrs. Roseanne Harry. THE BRIDEGROOM'S father served as best man. Ushers were Tom Linger, 'Mike Gurion, Lee Harriss, Robert Harry, Bill Parks, brother of the bride, and Maynard Pierce.-' A reception was held at the church. The couple will live in Columbia. Mrs. Workman attended Lenoir Rhyne College and is a graduate of Limestone College here. She teaches the fourth grade at the Gaffney Day School. Her h u s b a n d g r a d u a t e d from Washington and Lee University. He will enter law SPe.Jr. HALTER SHORT SETS 12.99 Values to 19. Print, Washable Sharkskin Second Floor ^^f^yim^^^ Misses Size CO-ORDINATED SPORTSWEAR Special Group! J1MORSI7F SWIMStlTS Regular'16. . . · Two Styles of Bikinis jto Second Floor, MRS. A. A. WORKMAN . . .former Deborah Park* school at the University of South Carolina in the fall. i ·X Betrothals Are Told Luur-Pnil PITTSBURGH. Pa. - Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. W. Laur of Pittsburgh, are announcing the engagement of their d a u g h t e r . Cheryl A n n . to Charles Rayburn Peal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rayburn R. Peal of Charleston. W.Va. The small family wedding will take place on Aug. 17 in Morgantown. W.Va. Miss Laur is a social work graduate student at West Virginia University. Her fiance will receive a master's degree in speech pathology and audiology frnm WVU in August. Biildwin-Cartc Planning an open-church wedding for Aug. 17 at Witcher Baptist Church are Miss Deborah Lynn Baldwin and Mark W. Carte. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Baldwin and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph T. Carte, all of Belle. Miss Baldwin and her fiance are graduates of DuPont High 1 School and she is a sophomore nursing student at Morris Harvey College. 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