Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 20, 1972 · Page 67
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 67

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 20, 1972
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g-E--Augun 20, 1972 .Sunday Ga*«U*Mail *""*"--.' '^li""" *" ' P** 1 **** *«* Vlr«li«l» -Lawn Ceremony Is Held Friday MRS. R. L. HARKINS ... former Brenda Smith Mlu Brend* Kiy Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kelsi* 0. Smith of St. Albans, becam« the bride of Russell Lee Harkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harkins of 1605 Smith Rd., at 7 o.m. Friday i · a ceremony performed by Ken* neth Reed on the lawn of 238 llth Ave., South Charleston. Music was provided by Mrs. Carol Spradflng. Given ia marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length gown of white rose brocade with a sheer overdress styled with an empire bodice trimmed at the collar and waistline with blue ribbon and lace. Venise lace accented the cuffs of the Victorian sleeves and ribbon trimmed her picture hat. The bride's mother made the dress. White carnations, blue and white roses and baby's breath were carried by the bride, who wore earrings which belong to her paternal grandmother. · * · MRS. LINDA HOFFMAN of St. Albans was matron of honor. Joseph Russell of Chesa peake, Ohio, was best man and ushers were David Smith, brother of the bride, and Fred Harkins, brother of the bride groom. Following a reception, the couple left for a wedding trip to North Bend State Park. They will live at 1943 Lee St., Huntington. Mrs. H a r k i n s graduated from St. Albans High School and Lear Sigler Career Center in Silver Spring, Md. She is employed by Annedie Wigs in Nitro. Her husband, a graduate of George W a s h i n g t o n High School, is associated with Plumbing and Heating of Huntington. Dunbar Couple Is Married MRS. T. W. NELSON ... former Lisa Rogers Lisa Ann Rogers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bud H. Rogers, became the bride of Terry Wayne Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred W. Nelson, all of Dunbar, Friday in the First Baptist Church of Dunbar. The Rev. John Bradley officiated. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length A-line gown of Ohantil- ly lace and satin organza over peau styled 1 with a high scalloped neckline on an empire bodice with long lace sleeves. A deep ruffle of scalloped lace bordered the hemline of her organza skirt which was embellished with lace medallions. A shirred crown of silk held her chapel length,. lace-bordered illusion mantilla and she carried white daisies. sweetheart roses and lily of the valley. RITA BATMAN was matron of honor for her sister and Mary Westfall and Suzanne Duttine were bridesmaids. Robert Clendenia was best man and ushers were John and David Nelson, brothers of the bridegroom. Following a reception at the dhurch, the couple left for a wedding trip. They will live at 166% Fifth St., Dunbar. Mrs. Nelson graduated from Dunbar High School and ia employed by the West Virginia Department of Highways. Her husband, a graduate of the same high school, served four years with the Navy and is employed by General Aviation Service, Inc. The bride was honored with showers given by Mrs. Rita Batman, Miss Suzanne Duttine, Mrs. Jo Ann Hinktey, Mrs. Mary Westfall and Mrs. Judy Kennedy. The bridegroom's parents hosted the rehearsal dinner at the American Downstairs Steak House in Dunbar. Campbell-McWhorter Bridal Held MRS. M. Z. CAMPSELT, . . . former Suellen McWhorter Highlawn Baptist Church was the setting on Saturday for the wedding of Miss Suellen Jo McWhorter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James McWhorter of St. Albans, and Michael E. Camube'l, son of Mr. and Mrs. Keii^r Campbell of Lexington, Ky. The Rev. LeRoy Keeney officiated and music was provided by Paul Dunkle and the Rev. Tom Raisor of Madison, Ind. GIVEN IN marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length A-line gown of white silk organza over bridal peau styled with a high neckline of peau d'Ange lace which also outlined the sheer yoke of the empire bodice. Lace medallions were scattered over the bracelet sleeves, skirt and attached Watteau train. Matching lace formed wide , bands around the train and hemline of the skirt and was used in the pearl-trimmed Camelot headdress which held her bouffant veil of silk illusion. She carried white and yellow sweetheart roses. MISS MARY Bruce Harshbarger was maid of honor and Miss Sandra Proffitt, Miss Cathy Beeler and Miss Kathy Mitchell were bridesmaids. Debbie Mack and Jennifer Williams were flowergirls and Jeff Alexander was ringbear- er. Keller Campbell was best man for his brother. Ushers were Kenneth Ray, Ken Coyle, James Dunn, Frank LeMaster, Gary Williams, Jerry Kelly, James and Vance McWhorter, brothers of the bride. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Daytona Beach, Fla. They will live in Lexington, Ky. Alyene Henson, John McClure Wed Miss Sara Alyene Henson, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Robert G. Henson of Moundsville, became the bride of John Charles MeClure, son of MRS. J. C. MCCLURE . . . former Alyene Henson BIRTHS CmrlMlon o«n*ril Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Jerry P. Morris, Rt. 5, July 4, girl. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis B. Norton II, 410 Oskdale Ave., South Charleston, July 6, boy. Mr. and Mrs. Norman W. French, 2309-A Washington St., E., July 6, boy. Mr. and Mrs. Billy R. Smith, General Delivery, Clsndenln, W. Va., July 6, Mr. end MM. Louis M. Shiwt, 4B Beauregard SI., July 7, girl. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Toothnwn Jr., 3M»,K»n»wha Terrace, St. Albaot, "ftlr. 'nd'Mit. Paul C, Jones, Rt. J, girl. Mr. and Mr«. James H. M*an», Rt. 2, July 7, boy. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Stew»rt, Star Route, Orsas, July 9, boy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Pauley, Cicerone Route, Sissonville, July 9. boy. Mr and Mrs. Roger L. Siders, Rt. 1, Elkview, July 10, boy. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Woods Jr., 359 Second St., Madison, July 12, boy. Mr. and Mrs. Ted C. Robson Jr., 27'5 Fairlawn Ave., Lot », Dunbar, July 13, girl Mr. and Mrs. Jerry f. Raynes, Buffalo, July 14, boy. Mr. ?nd Mrs. John W. Overfiled, 3 Eastwood Trailer Par*, *ttt Street, Ni.-o, July 15, girl. Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Johnston, Rt. 3, Elkview, July 14, girl. Mr and Mrs. Carl A. Crews, Rent- fc,rd Route, July 18, girl. Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Sears, Gen. Del., Ivydale, July 20, girl. Mr. rod Mrs. Robert L. Hill, 909 Main Ave., Nltro, July 20, girl. Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Miller, Bancroft, July M, girl. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Layne, Rt. 3, Elkview, July 21, boy. Mr, and Mrs. Thomas E. Miller, W05 Woodmen! Dr., South Charleston, July 22, boy. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin L. Roberts, ?41 Grewbrier St., July 2'. girl. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence K. Spencer, Pensford Star Rt., July 24, girl. Mr. and Mrs. Chalmer L. Rhodes, 204 Fifth Ave., Glasgow, July 26, girl. Vr. and Mrs. Leon F.. rwas, Rt. 1, July n. girl. Mr. and Mrs. SWven W. Rumlen, Gen. Del., Amma, July 21, tirl. Mr. and Mrs. Homer S. McClure of South Charleston, at 4:30 p.m. Saturday in St. Paul United Methodist Church in South Charleston. The bride's father and the Rev. John Henry Shadburn officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Shadburn and St. Paul United Methodist Church chancel choir. GIVEN IN MARRIAGE by her father, the bride wore a floor-length gown of ivory cotton lace over taffeta styled with an empire bodice and Victorian neckline. An ivory satin cap with lace trim held her illusion train-length veil and she carried two gardenias, lilies of the valley and stephanotis on a lace-covered Bible, which her mother carried at her wedding. Miss Beth Ann Rogerson was maid of honor and bridesmaid was Mrs. David McClure. Esther Jewel McClure was junior bridesmaid. David McClure served as best man and Byron Armstrong was groomsman. Bill Hill, John Meadows, Herman Mattox and Charles Shaffer were ushers. A reception followed in the fellowship hall of the parish house. Another reception will be held at 2 p.m. today at the Henson home in Moundsville. The couple will honeymoon in northern West Virginia and live in South Charleston. * « * MRS. MCCLURE graduated from South Charleston High School and Morris Harvey College, where she was a member of Delta Zeta Sorority. She teaches vocal music at Elkview Junior High School. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Henson of Charleston and Percy S. Akers of Bedford County, Pa., and the late Mrs. Akers. Her husband g r a d u a t e d from the same nigh school and attended West Virginia State College and West Virginia Institute of Technology. He served two years with the Navy and is employed by McLean Trucking Co. of Richmond, Va. SOUTH CHARLESTON YMCA Presents HISTORICAL WILLIAMSBURG VA. TRIP travel by Greyhound stay at Quality Courts-Mt. Vernon TOUR LEXINGTON AND MONTICELLO IN ROUTE FULL DAY AT COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG Side trip to JAMESTOWN Leave South Charleston YMCA Friday-Sept. 22, AT 7: A.M. RETURN SUNDAY SEPT. 24, P.M. S O COO 9tJ per person INCLUDES · DOUBLE ROOM · TRANSPORTATION · TICKETS FOR EXHIBITION BUILDINGS AND JAMESTOWN FESTIVAL DOES NOT INCLUDE MEALS A $10.00 DEPOSIT MUST ACCOMPANY REGISTRATION BALANCE DUE BY SEPT. 9. PHONE SOUTH CHARLESTON YMCA 768-2101 for details and registration PARK FtEE ONE HOUR At Painters, 2.00 purchase WATCI m YNR FNVMITE CIYIE'S FAS1HNS Ml JACKIE'S SNOW MIIY. CHANNELS TV 3 DAY SPECIAL ON A VERY SPECIAL WIG BREEZE-THRU... the all new pre-styled wig with all these marvelous features CapleSS...COOL, COMFORTABLE...NO CAP, JUST 90ME ELASTIC!ZED-BANDS... Weightless...Y ELASTIC! ZED-BANDS... YOUR SCALP CAN BREATHE. .YOU HARDLY KNOW YOU HAVE IT ON... IT'S THAT LIGHT. Care-free...MADE.OF MIRACLE DYNEL MODACRYLIC... 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