Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 16, 1974 · Page 74
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June 16, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 74

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HE Hoblitzell Is Bride With the Rev. Richard H Setaudt officiating at the St. John's Episcopal Church Saturday, Miss Sarah Louise Hobiitzeil became the bride of Richard Stevenson Howeil. She is the dat^hter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Hobliizell of Sweetbrier Road and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Howeil of Sterling. Va. Organ music was furnished by Brenda Mullins and the father of the bridegroom was soloist. The bride v;as given in marriage by her father. * * * MAID OF HONOR was Miss Teresa Holland and matron of honor was Mrs. John Dixon. sister of the bride. Bridesmaids included, Mrs. William Hoblitzell. a sister-in-law. Miss Barbara Goff. and Miss Kathy Goff. cousins. Flowergirl was Allison Dixon and ringbearer was Scott Dixon, twin cousins of the MRS. R. S. HOWELL . . . former Sarah lloblitsell bride. Best man was Ralph Cox aad ushers included Deoais Daughter}-, Lyadoe Howeil. cousin of'the bridegroom. BUI Hoblitzell, brother of the bride, and Dr. John Dixon. her brother-in-law. » * * FOLLOWING A reception at Edgewood Country Club, the coupie left for a honeymoon at Myrtle Beach, S.C. The bride is a graduate of George Washington High School and received a.B. A. degree in studio art and high school education from Hollins College. Her husband graduated from George Mason High School in Falls Church, Va. He received a B. A. in economics from the University of Virginia and a MBA degree from the University of Pittsburgh. He is employed by Metropolitan Life Insurance as a securities analyst in New Orleans where the couple will make their home. EiAlP Miss Woods Weds Richard Clendenin Miss Deborah Sue Woods, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Ray Woods, became the bride of Richard Lee Clendenin, son of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Clendenin, all of Clendenin, on Saturday in the Clendenin First U n i t e d M e t h o d i s t Church. The Rev. E r b y K i n g of Sylvester officiated and music was provided by Nancy Ward of Chapmanville and Leslie Jennings. The bride was given in marriage by her father, and her sister-in-law Mrs. Tom Woods of Spencer, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Connie White of Charleston, Ulla Sue Lee of Clendenin and Sandy Smith of Elkview. Junior bridesmaid was Anita Clendenin, sister of the bridegroom and flowergirl and ringbearer were Missy O'Dell of Morgantown and Sean Harris, nephew of the bridegroom. * * * DANA HUMPHREYS of Clendenin was best man. Ushers were Douglas Mahoney of Charleston, Tom Woods of Spencer, brother of the bride, Albert Harris of Gallipolis, Ohio, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, and Frank Collier of Elkins, and groomsman was Kevin Clendenin, brother of the bridegroom. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Long Beach, N. C. They will live in Clendenin. Mrs. Clendenin is a graduate of Herbert Hoover High School. She graduated from the Charleston Area Medical Center School of Radiological Technology and is employed Open House Slated Mr and Mrs. Dewey Brown of Fola, Clay County, will be guests of honor at an open reception planned from 1 to 5 p.m. on June 23 as they celebrate their golden wedding anniversary The affair will be held at the home of their oldest son, Eugene "Buddy" Brown, at Fola. Carol Keller Bride Of Stanley Kingston MRS. R. L. CLENDENIN . . . former Deborah WPootlx by the Charleston Area Medical Center, General Division. Her husband, a graduate of the same high school, is a senior at West Virginia State College. He is employed by Elk Refining Co. at Falling Rock. Teresa Lynn Holstein Wed Miss Teresa Lynn Holstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Holstein of 4982 Big Tyler Rd., became the ibride of William Patrick Racer, son of Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles Racer of Nitro, on ' Saturday in the Church of the Nazarene at Dunbar. The Rev. Vernon Withrow, grandfather of the bride, offi- .ciated and music was provid- ·ed by Mr. and Mrs. Crow of flitro. - The bride was given in mar- .riage by her f a t h e r , and bridesmaids were Linda and Brenda Racer, sisters of the ^bridegroom, Cynthia Sayre of ·Follansbee, cousin of the bride, and Vernetta Holstein, sister of the bride. Flower- girls were Chery Prowse of St. Albans and Dee Dee Casto of Scott Depot, cousin of the bride, and Johnny Rogers of Lancaster, Ohio, another cousin, and David Miller of Covington, Va., cousin of the bridegroom, were ringbear- ers. * * * JERRY LEMON, Warren Fagan of Poca, cousin of the bridegroom, Gary Holstein of Scott Depot, brother of the bride, and Robert Racer of Summersville, cousin of the bridegroom, were groomsmen. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Bluestone State Park and to Chicago, 111. They will live at Nitro. * * * MRS. RACER graduated from Nitro High School and Miss Paisley Weds E. C. Hanna II Miss Carol Ann Keller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claud A. Keller Jr. of 1420 Bedford Rd., became the bride of Stanley Loren Kingston, son of Mr. and Mrs-. Sheldon B. Kingston of 3 Comstock Place, at 1 p.m. on Saturday in the Church of the Good Shepherd. The Rev. W.M. Kirkland officiated and music was provided by Mrs.Imo- gene Lee. * * * THE BRIDE was given in marriage by her father and Miss Joan Paul Stabins of Charleston was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Claudia Marie Kingston, sister of the bride, and Miss Katherine Ann Light. Junior bridesmaid was Miss Charlotte Ann Keller of Charleston, niece of the bride, and flowergirl was Miss Caroll Sue Coppola of Fords, N.J., niece of the bridegroom. Sheldon B. Kingston was best man for his son. Ushers were James L. Kingston of Huntington and Michael S. Kingston of Charleston, brothers of the bridegroom, and Daniel K. Keller of Charleston, brother of the bride. Following a reception at Berry Hill Country Club, the couple left for a wedding trip to Tarpon Springs, Fla. They will live in South Hills. * * * MRS. KINGSTON, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl E. Kline of Charleston and the late Mr. and Mrs. Claud A. K e l l e r , g r a d u a t e d from NOW IN CHARLESTON Excellent decor and atmosphere is what the new Country Hearth Steak House prides itself in. Shown above discussing the interior are Managers Matt Van Paepeghem and Larry Haas. As well as a steak dinner you have a choice of fried chicken or for the dieters, a nice chef salad. The new Country Hearth Steak House is open daily for lunch and dinner and is located at the corner of Seventh Ave. and Patrick St. FLY TO THE WEST ON AMERICAN AIRLINES If you are going to Chicago or on to the West American Airlines can get you there. Two flights daily from Charleston to Chicago. And out of Chicago, nobody'has more connecting flights to the West than American. For further information call your travel agent or your American Airlines Representative. MRS. S.L. KINGSTON ... .former Carol Keller George W a s h i n g t o n High School and attended West Virginia University. She will complete work for a degree in early childhood education at West Virginia State College and she is employed by her father at Keller's Photoprint Service. Her husband is a graduate of Greenbrier Military School and will receive a degree in business management from WVU this summer. He is employed by New England Mutual Life Insurance Co. SAVE T on Two Cans of ARMOUR VIENNA SAUSAGE Check your papers for you 7 C coupon and recipe for the Five Star Casserole using Armour Vienna Sausage. - Miss Frances Christine JPaisley, daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. Kenneth C. Paisley of 101 -Jarvis St., became the bride .;of E. Camden Hanna II, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Han- 'na of Syssonville, at 2 p.m. on Saturday in the Central Unit- Methodist Church. MRS. E. C. HANNA if . . . former Frances Paialcv The Rev. Harry C. Mikels officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Thelma Wandling and Pam Parkins. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Lee Ann Paisley was maid of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Mrs. Carolyn Newhouse, another sister, Mrs. Rosella Richardson. Mrs. Jane Nalle, cousin of the bride, Miss Susan Stump and Miss Brenda Brown. * * * EUGENE JOSEPH was best man. Ushers were James Lawrence, Kenny Paisley, brother of the bride, Chuck Nalle. Carl Gainer of Richwood and Joe Olive of Clarksburg. Following a reception at the Beni Kedem Temple, the couple left for a wedding trip to Florida. They will live at 601 Cunningham St., St. Albans. Mrs. Hanna has an A. B. degree in education from Fairmont State College. Her husband has a B. S. degree from Salem College and is employed by Dun and Bradstreet. MRS. W.P. RACER . . . .former Teresa- Holstein West Virginia State College, where she was named Miss Pershing Rifles Queen. She is employed by Crane Supply Co. Her husband is a graduate of the same high school and college. He served with the Navy, is a member of the Navy Reserve and Moose Lodge and is employed by United Insurance Agency. [CHARLESTON BEAUTY ACADEMY Let Us Add A Little Beauty to Your Spring Season! ' Open Tuesday thru Sat. ·NEW HAIRSTYLES ·LATEST HAIRCUTS ·TINTS · BLEACHES ·FROSTS ·MANICURES ENROLL NOW IN OUR BEAUTY SCHOOL! NO MUSTARD Like Kraft Mustard makes your beef, ham and bologna sandwiches taste like they really should. Check your local grocers for Kraft iMustard. GET YOUR RAGU' APRON Send for your own Ragu' barbecue apron. It's wipeable, heavy-duty vinyl, with Ragu's new barbecue sauce recipe printed on the front. Check your local grocers for full details. * Earn while you learn *MatkMiolY Accredited! wHfcthliad · Sim TODAY FOftfRBI*OnUTK* j NAME | AD DRESS PHONE, I CITY STATE.. 71 IttTlff ST., CHARLESTON, W.YA. 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Raines Mazda welcomes visitors and their friendly courteous salesman will gladly demonstrate the cars and answer your questions on the Rotary Engine Mazda. Also available are conventional engine carsand a complete line-up of small trucks bearing the Mazda name I SOUTHERN W. VI AUTO CLUB Produced and Edited ly x GENERAL AftVEKTISINC DEPARTMENT NEWSPAPER AGENCY CORPORATION mUMftSOF: The Charleston Gazette «b*rlfjfon jBailp JRail CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA 25330 REPRESINTATIVES: SAWYEt-FRGUSON-WALKE* COMPANY

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