Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 10, 1975 · Page 34
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 34

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 10, 1975
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SC - August 10, 1975 Sunday Gazette-Mail ---Gwendolyn Ann PooreWed */' To John Edward Lovett FAYETTEYILLE - Gwendolyn Ann Poore. daughter of Mrs. Marion Jackson of Favetteville and the late Mr. \V. H. MRS. J. E. LOVETT . former Gwendolyn Poore Jackson, became the bride of John Edward Lovett. son of Mrs. Belzora Jemison of Holt. Ala., and the late Mr. Daniel Lovett at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday in a double ring ceremony performed on the lawn of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Davis of Garten. The Rev. F. Carl Dorcas officiated and music was provided by Will Mack and Dewey Webb. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle. Clarence Poore. Mrs. Claudia Davis was matron of honor and flowergirls were Chanelle Davis and Anissa Poore. * * * STEPHEN HARRISTON served as best man. Gene Brooks Jr. and Howard Harper were ushers. Mrs. Lovett graduated from Favette- ville High School and attended West Virginia Institute of Technology. She has a bachelor's degree in elementary education from West Virginia State College. Her husband graduated from Stonewall Jackson High School and has a B.S. degree in business administration from WV1T. He is assistant manager at Long John Silver's in Charleston. Following a wedding trip to King's Island, the couple will live in Charleston. MERRILL LYNCH IS BULLISH ON WEST VIRGINIA Reception to Be Today The golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. C. Carter Carney of Sissonville will be celebrated from 2 to 4 p.m. today with a reception at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Chester E. Gates Jr. of Summit Drive. They were married August 13,1925, in Catlettsburg, Ky. She is the former Lessie Marie Ranson. He is employed by the county. They have two grandchildren and one great- grandchild. Miss Suzanne Thompson Bride Of Danny Ray Hardman Friday Miss Cvnthia Kay Richmond «. «. Bride of Charles Hutsenpiller Charleston is our kind of city. Bullish. And growing. By growing with it, we think we can give even better service to our West Virginia customers. Call us at (304) 344-8081. Or better yet, drop by for a visit. We're at the Kanawha Valley Bank Building, Capitol Lee Streets, Charleston. Miss Suzanne Thompson, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Billy James Thompson of 108 Ohio Ave., became the bride of Danny Ray Hardman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hardman of Quincy. on Friday in the Diamond Baptist Church. The Rev. Burt Leadman officiated and music was provided by Janet Walker. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Kathy Smith was maid of honor land bridesmaids were Tammy Hardman. sister of the bridegroom, Karen Sayre and : Jan Perkins. Debbie and Tina White, ' nieces of the bridegroom, and Mathew White, his nephew, were flowergirls and ringbearer. * * * FOLLOWING A reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Daytona Beach. Fla. They will live at 303-B Maryland Ave. Mrs. Hardman is a graduate of Stonewall Jackson High School and is IBM supervisor for Charleston Linen. She is a member of the Order of the Rainbow for Girls and is the granddaughter of Mrs. Mildred Hemmings. Her husband is employed by United Distributors Systems. MRS. D.R. HARDMAN .. former Suzanne Thompton FAIRLEA-Miss Cynthia Kay Richmond, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Richmond Jr. of Fairlea. became the bride of Charles Michael Hutsenpiller, son of Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Hutsenpiller of Smoot at 4 p.m. on Saturday in the Lewisburg United Methodist Church. The Rev. Harold Elmore officiated and music was provided by Miss Kathy Q-: ... u -rry of Herndon and Miss Beth Jacobson of Lewisburg. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. Miss Karen Childers of Beckley was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Brenda Racey of Fairlea and Miss Sara Hill of Union. Gloria Sessions of Ronceverte was flowergirl and Jerry Richmond of Roanoke. Va.. cousin of the bride, was ringbearer. * * * KENDALL THOMPSON of Salem. Va., served as best man. Ushers were David Richmond, brother of the bride, and David Hutsenpiller of Cambridge. Ohio, brother of the bridegroom. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach. S.C: They will live in Fairficld. Va. Mrs. Hutsenpiller studied at Concord College and will enter Madison College in WALLCOVERINGS IN STOCK--PREPASTED -STRIPPABLE. DRESS UP YOUR WALLS IN ELEGANT ATTIRE- HANGING IS EASY--JUST DIP IN WATER TRAY AND HANG. FLORALS--STRIPES--BRIGHT, BOLD NEW DESIGNS; MOD AND CONTEMPORARY. DEAN BARRY PMNT TOWN 523 CENTRAL AVE. 342-8159 BODY PERMS for that Casual Effect! EXTRA SPECIALS-WITH COUPONS! ! Reg. $10.00 | Reg. $20.00 ' | ALLURE HATURALCURl | f DRe . J $iB 25 ! | SO25 | S J Q 2 5 | V.P.A. 15 I TINT RETOUCH Short Hair With Coupon $ 7 S775 1 HAIRCUT, SHAMPOO SET Short Hair S 4 7 5 With Coupon f No appointment necessary unless you prefer a special operator.' Hollywood Beauty Salon 711 Fife St. 342-4542 Open Evenings by Appointment, Monday-Tuesday-Thursday-Friday PATRICK PLAZA CENTER CLASSES MEET: Monday (NEW) 7:00 PJH. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 10:00 A JW. 7:00 P.M. Friday 10:00 A.M. Any Person who joins a class from now til Sept. 30th receives a $16. Discount Booklet. For further Information, call 346-0609 WEIGHT WATCHERS Get a Real Meal Value with a Family Meal Special from Borden Burger. You get regular French fries, a cheeseburger, and a regular soft drink for, 69'. Also, you can clip the other money saving coupons from you r Gazette and Daily Mail from ... fBtmteft MRS. C. M. HUTSENPILLER , . . former Cynthia Richmond Harrisonburg. Va.. as a junior in the fall. Her husband graduated from ('uncord and is employed as a teacher and basketball coach at Rockbridgc High School in Fairfield. . ONE OF AMERICA'S SIMPLE PLEASURES Be sure to wash hands before applying cosmetics. Harmful bacteria from the hands can cause problems for extra sensitive skin areas. Also, cosmetics may become contaminated. * * * Clean floors last longer and look better, too. Sweep up loose dirt, dust and crumbs frequently. Wash floors with suds before soil builds up. Wax, if necessary. Lois Olive Board Is Married On Saturday to Allen L. Young Save a dime by taking home two cans (any size) of Van Camp's pork beans. Or for those who like a sweet taste in beans, try two cans of new Van Camp's brown sugar beans... small, specially selected beans cooked in a savory sauce with other natural flavors. Or take one of each, but be sure to take the 10 C coupon from your Charleston Gazette or Daily Mail. THE SPREAD AMERICA NEEDS Miss Lois Olive Board, daughter ol Mrs George Board of Dunbar and the kilo Mr Board, w a s m a r r i e d . S a t u r d a y t o A l l e n Lewis Young, son of Lewis M Young" oi Dunba-,- and Mrs. Helen Young ol Chark's ton. Ronald R. Hoertz officiated in Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses and a recep- t i o n followed in the D u n b a r Woman' 1 Club. 'Ruth Ann Leone furnished the nuptial music * * * BRIDAL ATTENDANTS were M r s Barbara Hoertz. sister of the bride. Mrs R o b i n S t u l l . Mrs. Brenda S h a f e r a n d Frances M i l l e r . Lisa Burt'ord was the flowergirl. Jack L. Webb was best man and ushers were Sam-Rays. Roger Legg and George Carden. The ringbearer was Brian Edmonds. Following a honeymoon in Gatlinburg. Tenn.. the newlyweds are making their home at 3301'2 7th Ave.. here. She graduated from Dunbar High School SPREAD htis-crnew kind of creamy, light ' taste. · , " · · ; '"· · SPREAD has 25% less fat and calories than .' butter or margarine. '· SPREAD is used like the best margarine or ' butter. Use it for baking, cooking, and spread-'' ing! · ' · . Be sure to use the money saving coupon from your morning Gazette or evening Daily Mail and get the spread you need now. HAVE YOU TRIED KANN'S WIENERS? They' re the wiener the world awaited! The truly digestible wiener, with flavor that makes you want more than just one. Kids like 'em, Dads like 'em, Moms do, too. Everybody likes Kahn's Wieners! MRS. A. L. YOUNG ... former Lois Board and he is a graduate of Stonewall Jackson High School. GOOD NEWS FOR HAM LOVERS Miss Debra.Kav Bibbee Bride «, In CommunityChapel Saturday PLINY-The Rev. William D. Layne Jr. performed the double-ring candlelight ceremony on Saturday in the Community Chapel Church at Tyler^Heights, when Miss Debra Kay Bibbee. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin R. Bibbee, became the bride of Perry Alan Hammond, son of Mr. and Mrs. Goebel S. Hammond, all of Pliny. Music was provided by Elvin Jividen and Faye Jividen. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Kathy Taylor was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Phyllis Hammond. Tami.Prowse and Mrs. Karen Jividen. sister of the bridegroom. Deanna Bibbee. sister of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. Lisa Bibbee. her cousin, was flowergirl. and Christopher Jividen. the bridegroom's nephew, was ringbearer. * * * MIKE HAMMOND was best man for his cousin. Ushers were David Jividen. Ray and Jimmy Ferguson and Jerry Bibbee. the bride's brother. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding rip. They will live in Pliny, Mr. and Mrs. Hammond are graduates Now! Two Ham-in-the-Round sizes to fit your family's appetite. The 21 oz. King Size with 12 hefty patties ot 100% Swift Premium Lean Ham. Also they have the new Handy 12 oz. size with 10 individual servings. . · · Be sure to try Ham-in-the-Round from Swift today and you can save by using the 15 C off coupon from your Gazette or Mail. SUNSHAKE. IT'LL WAKE UP YOUR MORNINGS. MRS. P. A. Hammond ... former Debra Bibbee of Winfield High School. He is employed by Dunn and Day Construction Co. · Choose your eye-opener from Sun- shake's two great flavors--Breakfast Orange, with more Vitamin C than fresh orange juice, or Breakfast Grape, a delicious change of pace drink. Both of them now have 20% juice. Up and at 'em, tiger, your Sunshake's awaffin'. To make your first taste of Sunshake that much better, clip the 7 C coupon from your doily Gazette or Mo ;1 for your first purchase. Announced in Smith-Maynard FAIRMONT - Mr. and Mrs. Oran L. Siers of Fairmont are announcing the engagement of their daughter. Marlena- Smith, to Charles Robert Maynard. son of Mrs. Lorene Maynard of Seth and the late Mr. Wallace Maynard. The weddiaff will take place at 7 p.m. on August 30 in Christ United Methodist Church here. Miss Smith will graduate in December from Glenville State College. Her fiance is a graduate of GSC and will enter graduate school at West Virginia University. He is employed by the Omar Mining Co. at Madison. « Produced and Edited By GENERAL ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT CHARLESTON NEWSPAPERS PUtUSNEISOr: The Charleston Gazette 4barlf*ion Jteilj) CHAILESTON, WIST VIIGINIA 25330 REPRESENTATIVES: SAWYER-FERGUSON-WALKER COMPANY

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