Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 20, 1972 · Page 69
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 69

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 20, 1972
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HE--Augurt 20, 1972 Sunday Mrs. Oreta/EUtf'ta announcing ilfe forthcoming , marriage-of her daughter, | Dianoe Xynn, to Charles R. Guthrie, son of Mrs. Louise DIANNE ELLIS Guthrie, all of Dimbar. The opMM-hurch wedding will take place at 7:SO pitn. Sept. I in the First Baptist Church in Dunbar and the Rev. George R. Pauley will officiate. Bridal attendant! will bt MM Oreama Ellis, Misa Terri Guthrie, Miss Janet Hill, Mm. penny Gretn, Mrs. Nancy Peterson, and Carl Jam Hundley. David Guthrie will be best man and ushers will be Freddie Griffith, Keith Derrick, Ken, ny Barker and Nelson Humphries. Miss Ellis, daughter of the late Mr. Delmer A. Ellis, graduated from D u n b a r HighSchool »nd is employed by the Bank of Dunbar. Her fiance graduated from the same high school and is studying propulsion and engineering at the Nuclear Power School at the Naval Base in Bainbridge, Md. He is the son of the late Mr. 3harles K. Owthrie. McCormick-Dawson Garrett- Meadows CUSTOM" 1 " 1 ! PERMANENTS including Stuping. Styling. Specials! "For the Woman ( ! Who Cares" f f SAVE s l. MONDAY, TUES., WID,', THURSDAY Clip thfe ad-^teceive $1.00 off on ' All tegular Priced Waves from $ 10.2 5 Up! """! Reg. $10.00 $750 RAYETTEWAVE.. / COMPLETE ' i - *. . I Reg. $12.50 N9Uf-^^'-!. 1 »il "ATURAICURI WAVE. HAIKCUT with coupon SHAMPOO SET $4.75 ;gsa Reg, $25.00 $1^75 HELENA CURTIS I «fi NO APPOINTMENT NECESSAIY 711 FIK IT. Evening Appointments Monday, Tuesday, Thursday Friday · PH. 347-4542 · , , Hollywood Beauty Salon The . Rev. Charles F. Scragg wiH perform the ceremony at 7:30 p.m. on Sept. » In the Charleston Mountain Mission when Misa Karen Elaine McGormick becomes the bride of Daca Lynn Dawson. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence H. Me- Cormick of Elkview, and hie parents are Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Dawson of Buckhan. -non. Miss Jo Ann McCormick will aerve as maid of honor for hjer cousin, and bridesmaids will be Cathy Jackson, Joyce Cavender, Paulette McCue, Terry Smith and Debbie Moody. Wally Keasling will be best man. Ushers will include Ralph Dawson, brother of the prospective bridegroom; Ron Roth, his cousin; Terry Moore, Benny Linn and Ron Sams. Mi« McCormick, a graduate of Herbert Hoover High School, attended GlenvUte State College, where she wa* * member of Sigma Sigma Sigma social sorority. She is employed by the West Virginia Department of Labor and will continue her education this fall at Morris Harvey College. She is a granddaughter of Mrs. Lym'a McCormick and Mr. Tillman- Reed DULUTH, Minn.--Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Tillman- of Duluth are announcing the forthcoming marriage of t h e i r daughter, Cheryl Diane, to W. Brady Reed HI, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Reed Jr. of Spencer W. Va. The wedding will take place on Sept. 16. Misa Tillman is a. senior Spanish major at the University of Minnesota. Her fiance, grandson of Mn and Mrs. Brady Reed of Spe»- cer, is a senior ebctrical engineering major at the same university. KAREN MCCORMICK and Mrs. W. R: Minner. Her fiance is employed in the rights-way division of the State Department of Highways. A grandson of Mm. Alma Dawson and Mrs. Minnie Tenny, he is an alumnus of Buckhaanon-Up- shur High School and Glen- viUe State College, where he majored in social studies and was a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon social fraternity. CHERYL TILLMAN McClung Morgan's FACTORY SPONSORED SPECIAL SALE 20% OFF Special Sale! Hf edallioiT Made-to-Your-Measure Draperies NOW! Glorify your home with stunning new draperies--at a savings of 20 % off the regular price! Your lovely new draperies will be tailored to any width -- any length -- any fullness you request. They'll have deep headings and hand-set pleats that are triple tacked... plus neatly blind stitched double side hems and full double bottom hems. Choose from hundreds of fabrics and colors; choose onlined or lined styles... but choose NOW during the special 20% OFF SALE! · No long wait--you'll have your new draperies in about 2 weeks · Bring only 2 simple measurements--width of rod and from top of rod to desired length. Available At Either of Our Stores... South Charleston or Saint Albans 212 Main Street Saint Albans · . f») SHOP THURSDAY NIGHTS Charge It On Our Easy Charge Account. 7th Ave. D Street South Charleston RAMAGE-The bethrothal of Miss Jeanie Gail Gwrett to Allen Dale Meadows, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eroil Mtad- ows of Madison, baa been announced by her patents, Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Garrett of Ramage. The wedding is planned for August, 1973. Mis* Garrett and her fiance are graduates of Scott High School in Madison. She is a sophomore at Ohio Valley College, where she is majoring in special education. He is a sophomore business major at Marshall University. Foreman-Hively JEAN1E GARRETT Stinnett-Mallett WALTON-The forthcoming marriage of Miss Brenda Sue Foreman to Sgt. Jerry D. Hively is being an- neunced by her mother, Mrs. Mary's. Foreman of Walton. 'Hie bride-elect is the daughter of the late Mr. Farris R. Foreman and her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Donald Hively of Elkview. Miss Foreman graduated from Walton High School, a t t e n d e d Capital City Commercial College and is employed by the West Virginia Department of Highways. The p r o s p e c t i v e bridegroom graduated from Herbert Hoover High School and is serving with the Army at Ft. Campbell, Ky. The open-door wedding will take place at 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 2 in the Reamer BRENDA FOREMAN Gospel Tabernacle in Clendenin. The Rev. Hoy Russell will perform the ceremony. The forthcoming marriage of Miss Rita Pamela Stinnett to Edward Wayne Mailett, son at Mr. and Mrs. Albert R. Mallett of Dunbar, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earroll E. Stinnett of St. Albans. The wedding will take place on Nov. 26 in the First Nazarene Church at Dunbar. MiM Stinnett is a graduate «f St. Albans High School. She attended Ben Franklin Vocational School. Bar fiance g r a d u a t e d from Duabar High School. He also a t t e n d e d Ben Franklin Vocational School. Cox-Bain Mr. and Mrs. Jamea F. Cox Jr. of 617 Albert St., are announcing the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Bonnie Jean, to Gary Alan Bain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dolin of Madison. The wedding and reception will take place at 7:90 p.m. Oct. 20 in the Wesley United Methodist Church with the Rev. C. A. Young officiating. Bridal attendants will bt Gerry Gardner, Nancy Cot. Donna Millar, Nadino Scott, and Pamela Lane. Tammy Price and John Fowler will be flowtrgirl and ringbear- er. David Scott will be b**t man. Ushers will be Terry Bain, Arvel Miller, Jaaw Cox and Charles Currie. Mist Cox graduated from Stonewall J a c k s o n High School and is employed in the business office of the BONNIE COX Lewis- Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert W. Lewis of 1239B Bridge Rd. are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Deborah Kay, to Rickey Van- Hall Morgan, son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Morgan of 2601 Pennsylvania A v e. Wedding plans are incomplete. Miss L e w i s graduated from George Washington High School and her fiance, who served two years with the Army, is a graduate of Charleston High S c h o o l . They are employes of the West Virginia Department of Finanaoe and Administration. DEBORAH LEWIS JLucas FALL TERM off CLASSES Register Now! ·Adults ·Teenagers · Discotheque LUCAS STUDIO 419 CAPITOL ST. · 344-3651 Betwosn Noon to 9 pm. weekdays Perking Galore McJunkin Corp. Her fiance is a graduate of Scott High School and is an employe of the Westmoreland Coal Co. 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