Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 10, 1975 · Page 30
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 30

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 10, 1975
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4C -- August 10,1975 Sunday duetto-Matt _,,, _ CMrttdw, »*st Y«9«i» James Myron Sturgeon Marries New Jersey Girl '. WESTF1ELD.NJ--Miss Carolyn Sue Seiter. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene p. Seiter of Westfield. became the bride ·of James Myron Sturgeon Jr.. son of Mr. iad Mrs. Sturgeon of South Charleston. W. IVa.. at noon in the Presbyterian Church There. The Rev. Richard L. Smith officiat- "-ed and a reception followed at Echo Lake '-County Club. ; The bride was escorted by her father. Miss Deborah Miles of Virginia, was her .maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss -Susan Murray of Plainview. Conn., and Mrs. Eugene D. Seiter Jr., sister-in-law of the bride. _ * * * THE BRIDEGROOM'S father served a~ best man. Ushers were the bride's brothers. Capt. Eugene D. Seiter Jr. of Ft.Huachuca, Ariz., and Clinton T. Seiter of San Francisco. Mrs. Sturgeon graduated from Ran- dolpb-Macon Women's College. She studied in England at the University of Reading during her junior year. Her husband graduated from Spring Hill High School and has a bachelor's degree from Johns Hopkins University. He did graduate work at West Virginia University and has a law degree from Washington and Lee University. He is associated with the law offices of Frank T. Litton of Charleston, where the couple will live. Berthold-Baisden Bridal on Saturday MRS. JJ«. STURGEON JR. former Carolyn Seiter Cheryl Lynn Frazier Wed To Joseph Samuel Wilson Jacqueline Gail Baisdeo, daughter of Mrs. Patrick EL Garten, became fee bride of Robert V. BerthoM Jr., son of Mr. aod Mrs. R.V. Berthold, all of South Charleston, at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday in the First Presbyterian Church of South Charleston. The Rev. Paul DeBord of Milton officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Patty Hickman and Mrs. Betty Raspillaire. The bride was given in marriage by her step-father. Mrs. Dalona Rogers was matron of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Miss Sharon Elmore, Mrs. Billie Robinson and Mrs. Phoebe Mullins, Kim Lewis and Jarrod Rash were flower- girl and ringbearer. * * * THE BRIDEGROOM'S father was best man. Ushers were George Snyder, William Penhale II of Charleston and John Wooton of Beckley. Following a reception at the Charleston Women's Club, the couple left for a wedding trip to Jamaica. They will live at 530 Center St.. Morgantown. Mrs. Berthold graduated from South- Charleston High School and is a former employe of the Appalachian Research and Defense Fund. Her husband is a graduate tStHMUtWUMCHAlA E7UJ32I I fashion specialists in sizes 18 to 60 MRS. R. V. BERTHOLD ... former Jacqueline Baisden of South Charleston High School, is a member of Delta Tau Delta Fraternity and wilL enter his third year at the law school of West Virginia University. Brenda Clendenin Is Bride UNION--With only members of their immediate families present. Miss Cheryl Lynn Frazier. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James D. Frazier of Union, became the bride of Joseph Samuel Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Wilson Sr. of Rockville. Md.. at 11 a.m. on Saturday in the Union United Methodist Church. The Rev. William Shiley performed the ceremony and music was provided by Ms. Laura Wilson, sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Kyle Baker of Union. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. Mrs. C.S. Hardman of Spencer was matron of honor for her sister and George Collins of Rockville. was best man. * * * ' A LUNCHEON reception was held at the Greenbrier Hotel in W h i t e S u l p h u r Springs. The couple will live in Rockville. Mrs. Wilson graduated from Union High School and has a B.A. degree in language arts from West Virginia University. Her husband is a graduate of Charlotte Hall Military Academy in Maryland and has a B.A. degree in English from WVU. where he was a member of Sigma Chi social fraternity. He is employed by Collegiate Sports in Rockville. MRS. J. S. Wilson ... former Cheryl Frailer Miss Ann Aleta Brace Is Bride Gail Costa Of Owen Lee Dolin on Saturday John Burton W e d i n N . Y . Miss Arm Aleta Brace, daughter of Mrs. \*. Dolfin - son f Mr ' Nedra Brace of Nitro and James F. Brace, also of Nitro, became the bride of Owen MRS. T.W. THORNTON .. former Brenda Clendenin WEST BABYLON. N.Y.-Our Lady of Grace Church here was the setting on Saturday when Miss Gail Costa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Costa of West Babylon, became the bride of John Burton, son of Mrs. Ralph Burton of Charleston. W. Va.. and the late Mr. Burton. The Rev. Leonard performed the cere- .mony and the bride was given in marriage by her father. A reception followed at the Huntington (N.Y.) Town House. Ann Costa was honor attendant for her sister-in-law and bridesmaids were Lynne Zingone. Elena Vezza and Nancy Fish. * * t : RALPH BURTON served as best man for his brother and ushers included Chester Zuwokski. John Wilson and Jack Kaplan. Mr. and Mrs. Burton will make their home at 103-C Oakwood Rd., Charleston, W. Va.. following a wedding trip to Canada. The former Miss Costa is a graduate of Morris Harvey College in Charleston, where she was president of Gamma Delta Phi social sorority, and director of intramural sports. Her husband, who is associated with the Kroger Co. in Charleston, is a speech major at Morris Harvey College. ELEANOR - Miss Brenda Dawn Clendenin. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. .Clendenin, became the bride of Timmy Wayne Thornton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence W. Thornton, all of Eleanor, at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday in the Red House United Brethern Independent Church. The Rev. C.A. (Pete) Young officiated and music was provided by Miss Lexie Garrison. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Debbie Martin was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Kathy Tucker and.Mrs. Susie Clendenin. sister- in-law of the bride. Leigh Ann Cockrell, cousin of the bride, was flowergirl. * *'* MIKE TICKER served as best man. Jim Hall and Ronnie Hall were ushers. Following a reception in the George Washington Elementary School multi-purpose room, the couple left for a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach. S.C. They will live at Buffalo. Mr. and Mrs. Thornton are graduates of Buffalo High School. She is employed by the State of West Virginia and he is an em- ploye of Parkline. Inc. twin.patterned 3-pc knit suit / $24 special sizes 38 to 52 Three part flattery in easy- wearing, easy-care polyester knit. Six-gore, pullon tweed skirt with twin patterned plaid belted jacket and solid sleeveless shell. Blue. Moil orders please odd 75c postage and sales fax appropriate in your orto MRS. 0. L. Dolin . former Ann Brace was provided by Phil Edwards and Nancy Vickers. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her aunt, Mrs. Barbara Christy was matron of honor and Connie Walls and Jessica Justice were bridesmaids. * * « THE BRIDEGROOM'Sfather served as best man. Ushers were Mike Brace. Ihc bride's brother. Bob Hurley and Bob Christy, the bride's uncle. Following a reception in the banquet room of the Bank of Cross Lanes, the couple left'for a wedding trip to Cincinnati. Ohio. They will live at 1006 12th Ave.. Huntington. Mrs. Dolin is a graduate of Poca High School and is a sophomore at Marshal! Univesity. where her husband received a bachelor's degree in accounting. He is employed by John M. Bias accounting firm in Huntington. J STOUT SHOPPE 959 Dmkir Vliie Plaza, Dwkar, N. Va. 25064 78J-7329 Open Dal; 10-5:311, Tkirs., 10-1:30 SUMMER CLEARAN Our HRRYOLOTI DAYS ONLY! XV '* -v £***' ,i [GUARANTEE II you can purchase Ihi PIECE GOODS SHOTS CUES YOU 1 WRITTEN SUMMTU OF LOWEST PKICES ON 1ST O.MUTT FUP.WV (Oiler Coat WIIWn One Will 01 Purciiu Iron Fleet Goo4» Sho»s.) Constance Leigh Thomas Wed To J. E. Lvkins in Garden Rite 45" 100% COTTON| .MACHINE WASH SOUD COLORS YD. feeling of quality beautiful materials used in the most beautiful way summarizes Howard Fox's fall collection . . . dream shoes with a feeling of quality. Miss Constance Leigh Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Thomas of Brook Road, became the bride of James E. Lykins son of Mr. andMrs. Herman F. Lykins of South Charleston, on Saturday in the garden of the Thomas home. The Rev Brian Heaney of St. Mary's. Ohio, officiated and music was provided by Pat and Randv Doan. KLQPMAN'S 60" 100% POLYESTER SURALINE GABARDIN! · SAMPLE CUTS · · MACHINE WASH D R Y * UNBLEACHED MUSLIN YDS. FOR First Quality 38' Wide YD. MFG. SUGG. RETAIL PRICE $5.00 YD. SLIGHTLY IRREGULARS CREPE STITCH .DOUBLE KNIT; . 100% POLYESTER · MACHINE WAS lO'/z- 11 OZ. WEIGHT 100% POLYESTER 45" WOVEN CREPE 7! . 45" COUNTRY. COTTONS PATCH WORK ·CALICOS PRINTED DOTTED SWISS DOTTED SWISS · BANDANA · $3 VALUE 45" · MACHINE WASH . CLEARANCE , GROUP SEERSUCKER PRINTS 100% POLYESTER IOUBLE KNITS from the top: grey ralf pump, with came! moccasin toe strapped sandal in rust or black chiffon patent navy caif T-sIrap with patent tip and heel. 46.00 the pair I SHOE CO. quarrier and hale MRS. J. E. LYKINS . . . former Constance Thomas The bride was given in marriage by her father. Vicki Brooks was matron of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Cindy Shea, sister of the bride. Sharon Lanham. her cousin. Kathy Hall and Maribeth Salvati. Tammy Lanham was flowergirl and ringbearers were John Shea Jr. and James Brooks II. nephews of the bride. DAVE PANICHELLI of Pennsylvania, served as best man. Ushers were Pat Fasano of New Jersey, James Brooks. John Shea and Mike Hall, all of Charleston. Mrs. Lykins is a graduate of West Virginia Career College and is employed by Plastic Products Specialty Co. Her bus- band graduated from South Charleston High School ancfcwill enter the Fellowser- vant Program of the Way ministry in September. A SAVE TO 50% YD. S3 M VALUE COUPON FULL BOLTS · REGULAR STOCK · OUR EVERY DAY LOW $2^6 YD. · MFG. SUGG. RETAIL PRICE $4.00 · ALL A R E 2 3 TONES PATTERN: To»r Choice of Simplicity. Bntteric* McCall or Vof*e Patterns now 1/2 price. Patterns in present stock onlfj (SMKSTMESMIIOI cum NTTEtocx M PBICE KANAWHA Cm · ST. AUANS « DUMA* OpBiewrjrnae't39 Swxfer 1-6 · SOUTHHUMS OpenMon/til? Sorxtov 14 · DOWNTOWN CHUUSTOM Opw Won. fti. 'a 9 Oetii Son. piece shop THE, SHOP OIKS Bern* f« Tit** God for ant

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