Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 16, 1974 · Page 70
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 70

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 16, 1974
Page 70
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SE Jit»? 16, 1974 ftartte-Jfatf Nancy Leigh Sullivan Wed MILTON - Milton United Methodist Church here was the setting oo Friday for the marriage of Miss Nancy Leigh Sullivan to Duane Allan Hite. She is the daughter of Mr. and- Mrs. Harold W. Sullivan of.'Milton and his parents are Mjf. and Mrs. L. Dale Hite of t With the Rev. W. Kenneth Pjues officiating, the bride wijs given in marriage by her father. A musical program wjp furnished by Mrs. John Hgk at the organ and Mrs. B. J.^Sutherland, soloist. |liss Denise Blake was majd of honor and bridesmaids included Sandy Sulli- vat\. and Jennifer Sullivan, sisters of the bride, Mrs. Carlos Hensley. sister of the MRS. D. A. HITE . former Nancy Sullivan bridegroom. Miss Aaadv Werstler and Miss Beverly Woods, cousin of the bride. » * * DARRELL HITE brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. Ushers included Carlos Hensley, a brother-in- law, Ralph Elliott, David Maynard and Dana Daugherty. After a reception in the fellowship hall of the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Florida. Mrs. Hite will be a junior at Marshall University majoring in journalism. She and her husband are both graduates of Milton High School and he is an electrician's apprentice for IBEW Local 317. The couple will make their home in Huntington. Judith Ann Crews, Robert Hoskins Wed MRS. R. L. HOSKINS ... former Judith' Crew* In an evening ceremony on Friday at the Emmanuel Baptist Church with the Rev. Archie Snedegar officiating; Miss Judith Ann Crews became the bride of Robert Lewis Hoskins. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Gene E. Crews of Frame Street and he is the son of Mrs. Orpha Casdorph of Frame Street and grandson of Goldie C. Fields of Charleston. The bride was given in marriage by her father and organ music was provided by Mrs. Carol Moorman. · * * * MARTHA HOOVER, sister of the bride was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Judy Cruikshank and Debbie Ellis. Best man was Ronnie Jones, uncle of the bridegroom, and ushers included Rick Crews, brother of the bride, and Jim Scheider, uncle of the bridegroom. After a reception in the fellowship hall of the church, the couple left for a honeymoon at Myrtle Beach, S.C. Mrs. Hoskins graduated from Stonewall Jackson High School and is employed b y . West Virginia Laborers Trust Fund. Her husband graduated from Herbert Hoover High School and is employed by Anderson Hardware. 1 Parker-Johnson i Bridal on Saturday I | Miss Tonya Rae Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs/ J^mes E. Johnson of 514 50th St., SE, became the bride of Ronald Brent Parker, son of Mf. and Mrs. J. Harry Parker of 509 50th St., SE, in a double- ring candlelight ceremony on Saturday in the Morris Memo- ' r al United Methodist Church. The:Rev. Larry Greenwood officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Virginia MacKorell and Mrs. Mary Garrison, aunt of the bride. i The bride was given in mar- raige by her parents and Mrs. ;ljhbmas Chapman was matron of: honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Lane Parker, sister of the bridegroom, Miss Tamra Ljjfn Johnson, sister of the brjide, and, Miss Julia Beth Garrison, a cousin. THE BRIDEGROOM'S father served as best man. Ushers were Gary B. Jernell, Stephen G. Judy, William M. Pleasants and Samuel V. Suppa, all of Charleston, Derk A. Alvis, G. Lenn Alvis and Frederick W. Parker Jr of Athens, cousin of the bridegroom, David Cutlip of Clarksburg and D. Michael Haning of Poca. ' Following a reception at the Kanawha Country Club, with music by the Don Osborne Trio, the couple left for a wedding trip to the Johnson summer home, "Windy Knoll" in Beckley. They wilHive at 5006-C Venable Ave.,.SE. Mrs. Parker graduated from Charleston High School and is a nursing student at Morris Harvey College. She is Rebecca Wiggins Bride Qf Jude Raymond Whelan MRS. R. B. PARKER . . .former Tonya Johnion a part-time employe of the West Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles. Her husband graduated from CHS and Pfeiffer College in Misenheimer, N.C., and the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science. He is associated with the J. E. Johnson IGREER, s.c. -TheRev. William.D. Ladkan officiated in the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd here Saturday fOr-the marriage of Miss Re- xicca Wilburn. Wiggins .to ude Raymond Whelan. She is the daughter of Mrs. Monroe Stewart Wilburn of Ireer and the late Mr. Wil- urn. His parents are Mr. and tfrs. Raymond Joseph Whelan. of Wheeling, W. Va., formerly bf Charleston, W. Va. J The bride was given in marriage by her uncle. Drury M. Nixon and nuptial music was iurnished by Mrs. William M. Richardson Jr. { MRS. WILLIAM P. Carter Ur.. sister of the bride was ^matron of honor. ' Best man was William P. Carter Jr. of Hartwell," Ga., |brother-in-law of the bride. ;Ushers were James M. Whe- ilan, brother of the bridegroom, and Albert E. Drury - JIII. both of Charleston. ; A reception was held at the 'home of the bride's mother, i after which the couple left for ;a wedding trip to Jamaica. . * * * ; MRS. WHELAN graduated jfrom Greer High School and 'Brenau College in Gainesville, ;Ga.. with a B.A. degree in ·chemistry. She is a member |of Phi Mu Sorority and honor;aries Phi Beta Sigma. Gam- Jma Sigma Epsilon and Sigma ·Pi Alpha. She is employed by ?Fiber Industries, Inc. 35 an Assurance engineer. i , ; Her husband is a graduate [of Charleston Catholic High | School and received a B.S. in .'chemistry from Morris Harv- ;ey College in Charleston Jwhere he was a member of ;Sigma Delta Phi. Chi Beta Phi ·and the American Chemical .'Society. He is employed by Fi- ^ber Industries as a senior che- imist. ( The auple will nuke their i'jjpmej^JGreenrflle. FAIRS vr \ i--v^x i-- S4/E ·(^^···^^^^^^·^^^·^^^^^^^^^^·IHBi At A.B. S of Course! Milestone Nears The home of Mrs. Charles (Mary) Hammons at 530 Georges Dr., Maiden, will be the setting for an open reception from 1 to 6 p.m. Saturday honoring her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Brown of 5731-A Victory Ave., as they celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Brown have made their home in Kanawha City for the past 41 years, and he is retired from Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co. They are parents of six children, Earl of Huntington; Richard of Marietta, Ohio; Mrs. Wilma Belcher and Mrs. Shirley Riser, both of Columbus, Ohio; Mrs. Wanda Chambers of St. Albans; and Mrs. Hammons of Maiden. Fifteen grandchildren and four great-grandchildren complete the family. Below Our Usual 30% to 60% Discount. Ladies' Casuals Ladies Dress Valin-slo $22.98 $O99 and 81099 Men's Shoes Yalut* U £55.00 You can charge! 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