Page 68 article text (OCR)
Â«E Juu*-16. Plans Are Announced for Summer Weddings l-Vrrvll-lX'Hart Lillibrid^l lively (Jrtuh -Fisher Mr. and Mrs. George V. O'Malley Sr. of Hansford are announcing the engagement of their daughter. Carolyn Jane. to Charles Daniel Payne, son of Mrs Fleta Payne of South Charleston. The wedding will take place at 3 p.m. on Aug. 3 in the Bream Memorial Presbyterian Church. Miss O'Malley graduated from East Bank High School and is a student at West Virginia Institute of Technology. Her fiance attended South Charleston High School and is employed by Pioneer Construction Co. The forthcoming marriage of Miss Debra Jane Ferrell to William David DeHart. sou of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. DeHart, has been announced by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Philip V. Ferrell. ail of St. Albans. The open-church wedding will take place at 2 p.m. on Aug. 10 at the First Baptist Church of St. Albans. Miss Ferrell is a nursing student at Marshall University and her fiance will graduate from West Virginia State College in December with a degree in social work. SI. Anthony Catholic Cfcurch will be the setting on Aug. 17 for the marriage of Miss Jean Ann Ullibridge to Darrell Robert liively. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Lillibridge of Crestview Drive and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Darrell J. Hively of Pinch. The bride-elect attended Morris Harvey College and now attends West Virginia State College. Her fiance attended Glenville State College and WVSC and now is employed by Charleston Construction, Inc. St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Pinch will be the setting at 7:30 p.m. on Aug. 24 for the marriage of Miss Elizabeth Grady to Neal Roger Fisher. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Grady of Elkview and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Fisher of Bedford. Pa. Miss Grady is a graduate of Herbert Hoover High School and is a senior at West Virginia University. Her fiance graduated from WVU in forestry and is employed by the State of Virginia as a forester. Hutchinson-Bhick- Baldwin-Howard Planning a 2 p.m. Aug. 24 wedding at the First Presbyterian Church in Charleston are Miss Betsy Anoe Baldwin and Stephen Gray Howard. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Baldwin of Charleston and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. William E. Howard of London, Ky. Miss Baldwin is a graduate of the University of Kentucky where she was a member of Chi Omega sorority. She is employed by the Fayette County School Board in Lexington, Ky. Her fiance is a partner in Cumberland Valley Construction Co. Priestley-Nichols Bridal Held h " rst MRS. C. E. PRIESTLEY JR. . . . former I'enny Nichols Miss Penny Ann Nichols, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Nichols of 5328 Alpine Dr., became the bride of Charles Edwin Priestley Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Priestley Sr. of 5122 Big Tyler Rd.. on Saturday evening in the Community Chapel Church on Tyler Heights. The Rev. William D. Layne Jr. officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Faye Jividen, Mrs. Nancy Carter and Eddie Carter. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Kathy Jones was matron of honor. Miss Diana Layne was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Bobbie Raynes, Miss Sandra Dean and Miss Tammy Priestley, niece of the bridegroom. THE BRIDEGROOM'S father served as best man. Ushers were Jerry Pettit, Mark McCormick, Mike Burdette and Jeff Nichols, brother of the bride. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Claytor Lake, Va. They will live at 5128 Saulton Dr. Mrs. Priestley graduated from Nitro High School and is employed by Charleston National Bank. Her husband graduated from Stonewall Jackson High School and is a senior at West Virginia State Mr. and Mrs. Louie R. Hutchinson of 26 Cloverleaf Circle, are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Leslie Ann, to Bruce Edward Blackhurst, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Blackhurst of Belle. The open-church wedding will take place place at 2 p.m. on July 20 in the Hudson Baptist Church at Belle. Miss Hutchinson is a graduate of West Virginia Institute of Technology. She is a nurse at Montgomery General Hospital. Her fiance is a junior at WVIT and is employed by United Parcel Service. In an open-church ceremony planned for 7 p.m. on Aug. 3 in Jarrett Memorial Methodist Church at Elkview, Miss Paulette Herring will become the bride of David A. Graham. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James P. Herring of Elkview, and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Graham of Clendenin. Miss Herring and her fiance are graduates of Herbert Hoover High School and she is employed by a certified public accountant in Charleston. He is a student at West Virginia University and has summer employment with Columbia Gas Corp. Smith-Tresdh Mr. a*d Mrs. Charles E. Smith of AmhefSt Drive are announcing the engagement of their daughter. Miss Jennifer Jean Smith, to Gordon David Tresch. soa of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon H. Tresch of Tonawanda, N.Y. The wedding will take place in Weekley Memorial United Methodist Church at 4 p.m. on Aug. 31. Miss Smith, a graduate of Hollins College and a master's candidate at Drew College, is employed by the West Virginia Department of Finance and Administration. Her fiance, a graduate of Gordon College, this fall will be a second year law student at State University of Buffalo in Buffalo, N.Y. YOUR FURRIER KNOWS FURS BEST! Stager's specializes in furs. It's our only business . . . not a sideline. Sieiger's has cold storage vaults on the premises and does all cleaning, glazing, repairing and remodeling at the store. Trust your furs to Stetger's . . . it costs no more. Steiger's DM 344-0577 Use Want Ads. Dial 348-4848 Miss Johnson Wed At Belle Nazarene In a candlelight ceremony on Friday at the Belle Church of the Nazarene, Miss Kathy Lynn Johnson became the bride of James E. Jeffries. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Johnson of Belle . and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Jeffries of Rand. The Rev. Jack Miley performed the ceremony and organist Mrs. Marlene Petry and soloist Wayne Dicken provided nuptial music. A special reading was presented by .,-Bill Burke. Â·v: ; ~Maid of honor was Greta '/Goroff and bridesmaids in- Â· eluded Vonda Conley, Valerie White, Becky Williams and f Crystal Petry. Flowergirl was Cheryl Petry and Gergory Jeffries, brother of the bridegroom, was ringbearer. JAMES CLAY served as best man and ushers included Arnold Green, Jack Boyd, Butch Pauley, John Jeffries, brother of the bridegroom, R a n d y C o f f e y a n d J a r r e l Johnson, brother of the bride. Following a reception in the Mountaineer Room, the couple left for a wedding trip to Daytona Beach and Orlando, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. J e f f r i e s are graduates of DuPont High School and .he is employed by Appalachian Power Co. Olivia A. Anderson Married in Virginia MRS. J.E. JEFFRIES . , . .former Kalhy Johnson The couple will make their home in Belle. Miss Mary Murrill Weds * PARKERSBURG - Miss * M a r y M a r g a r e t M u r r i l l , Â£ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Â£ E. Murrill of Parkersburg, 'i formerly of Charleston, be'* came the bride of John Allan *, Buchwald, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Buchwald of Cleve* land, Ohio, at 2:30 p.m. on Sat- Â£ urday in the Stout Memorial United Methodist Church * I here. The Rev. James R. Denney officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Haney Bell. The bride, granddaughter of Mrs. Emma B. Atkinson of Charleston and Mrs. Mary Murrill of Parkersburg, was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Ronald Jones of Columbus, Ohio, was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Carol Jacobson of Parkersburg, cousin of the bride, and Mrs. Frank Buchwald of Cleveland, sister-in-law of the bridegroom. * * * DR. DAVE STOCKWELL of Columbus, Ohto, was best man. Ushers were Frank, Michael and Carl Buchwald of Cleveland, all brothers of the bridegroom, and Paul Schmitz of Belpre, Ohio. Following a reception at the Holiday Inn, the couple left for a wedding trip to Florida. RICHMOND, Va. - Miss Olivia Ann Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Walker Anderson of Charleston, W. Va.. became the bride of Wayne Lee Benninghove, son of Mrs. Otto Mitchell Benninghove of New Canton, and the late Mr. Benninghove, Saturday in the Weatherford Memorial Baptist Church here. The Rev. William G. Caperton officiated and music was provided by C.L. Sloanker. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Priscilla Smith of Washington was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Claudie Hawley of Richmond, Miss Carolyn Riffee of Charleston and Mrs. Brenda L. Turner of Vienna. * * * WILLIAM CECIL Benn i n g h o v e of New Canton served as best man for his brother. Ushers were William Walker Anderson Jr. of Van Nuys, Calif.. Edwin H. Vassar of R i c h m o n d and H. Ray Smith of Washington D.C. Following a reception at the Garden Center, the couple left for a wedding trip to Florida. They will live in Richmond. Open Monday till 9pm Qatar ^P^^B^^w Special Purchase from our finest tailors! 320 SUMMER DRESSES Regular to $50.00 MRS. W.L. BENNINGHOVE . . ...former Olivia Anderson Mrs. Benninghove is a graduate of C h a r l e s t o n H i g h School and West Virginia University. Her husband graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University, where he presently is doing graduate work. He teaches in the Richmond Public Schools. Including half sixes 1 Bridal Vows Made I Saturday in Ripley t RIPLEY - Epworth United Â£ Methodist Church here was t the setting Saturday for the 4 marriage of Miss Virginia Â·r Kathryn Hogsett to Lt. Ches-; ter A. Shorts. USN. She is. the I daughter of Mrs. Marion E. Ohio. * * * LT. J. 0. LOWELL served as best man and ushers included Charles Von Cunningham of Evans, and Gary Skeen. cousins of the bride, and Steven Chancey of Ripley. A reception followed in the church's fellowship hall. The bride attended Ripley High School and West Virginia University school of nursing. Her husband graduated from Erie High School and the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. Md. He has earned his Dolphins, a symbol of full qualification on nuclear-powered submarines. The couple will honeymoon in Los Angeles and Hawaii. How Can I? How can I tighten up the seats of cane furniture that have become loose? . . A. Go over the seats with a cloth soaked in hot water. Then set the chairs in the sun to dry. This usually shrinks the cane. 28 ONLY SPRING GOATS MRS. J.A. BUCHWALD . . . .former Mary- Murrill They will live at 2212 36th St.. Parkersburg. Mrs. Buchwald is a graduate of P a r k e r s b u r g High School and has a B.S. degree in journalism from West Virginia University, where she was a member of Alpha Phi social sorority. She is employed by Carl's Keyboard Center. Her husband is a graduate of James Ford Rhodes High School in Cleveland and of Marietta College with a B.S. degree in chemistry. He is employed by Shell Chemical Co. in Belpre. Ohio. MRS. C. A. SHORTS . . . formPr I'irfinin Hogsetl of Ripley and the late Mr. Hogsett. and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. R o b e r t Shorts of Erie. Pa. The Rev. C. David Hogsett of Weslville. Ind.. cousin of the bride, performed the ceremony. Organ music was provided by Mrs. James Robinson. Miss Codetta Cunningham of Evans was maid of honor and bridesmaid was Mrs. Ann Hogseit of Shaker Heights. the tortoise wins! This is one race the tortoise w i n s . . . tortoise patent, that is. You'll be a winner, too, in this gleaming glamorous material. Added bonus, you'll also be one step ahead toward fall, for these are from our fall collection. From the top, fall sandal 24.00; our famous tie, either all tortoise, or tortoise with black patent 30.00; all tortoise pump, with gold band at heel and toe 28.00; and the most comfortable as well as prettiest sandal in town. 24.00. Handbags to match from 24.00. Come in while stocks are complete and sizes available. And be one step ahead... quorrier at hale shop Monday 10 a.m. 'til 9 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday 10 'til 5 I SHOE CO.