Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 23, 1974 · Page 29
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June 23, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 29

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4C JIM* 23,1974 Miss Kourey Bride Of Dennis M. Cupit MRS. D. M. CUPIT . . . former Nancy Kourey Miss Naacy Louise Kourey, daughter of Mrs. Roger E. Kourey of 7 38*h St. SE, and the late Mr. Kourey. became the bride of Dennis Marshall Cupit. son of Mrs. Charles G. Cupit of South Charleston, and the late Mr. Cupit, at 7 p.m. on Saturday in the First Presbyterian Church chapel. The Rev. J. Harrell Harper officiated. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Joseph Terry Kourey. Her sister. Miss "Alice Kourey, was maid of honor and Gordon Cupit, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Ushers were Dale Withrow and Jim Mottesheard. A RECEPTION was held at ttie church. The couple will live at 409-B Morris St., until August, when they will move Miss Patricia Kelly Married on Friday MRS. R.T. STRICKLAND . . . former Patricia Kellr to Tempe. Ariz. Mrs. Cupit has a B.S. degree in home economics education from West Virginia State College. Her husband has a B.S. degree in biology and is doing ·graduate work in microbiology at Arizona State University. PARKERSBURG-Miss Patricia Gail Kelly, daughter 9i Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Kelly of Parkersburg, became the bride of Ray Thomas Strickland, sea of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L Strickland of Summersvilk, in a ceremony performed Friday evening in the Summersville Baptist Church by the Rev. James Crouch The bride was given in marriage by her father and Mrs. Charles Hughes was the organist. Mrs. Gary Dailey was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Jan Schola and Connie Jo McSwain. Robbin Dailey was junior bridesmaid. AUK D. BOATS served as best maun aad ushers were R«bert Keith Kelly, Richard Kopel aid Gregory M. Sfceeos. A receptioo was held at the church, after which the couple teft for a trip to Hawks Nest State Park. A graduate of Parkersburg High School, the bride is a senior psychology major at West Virginia University. Her husband graduated from WVU in December, belonging to Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity, and is teaching through the Monongalia County Board of Education. They will reside at Apt. 1, Selmar Lane, Blennerhassett Heights, Parkersburg. Miss Basil Bride Of Jav E. Sullivan MRS. J. E. SULLIVAN . .former Mary Jaw Bait/ Deborah Hamilton, David Zahn Marry MRS. D. R. ZAHN . . .former Deborah Hamilton With the Rev. Hilarion Cann officating Saturday in Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Miss Deborah "Ann H a m i l t o n , daughter of Dr. and Mrs. George Hamilton, became the bride of David R. Zahn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roth G. Zahn all of South Charleston. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Matron of honor was Mrs. Mary Linn Kilcollin, sister of the bride, and bridesmaids included Elizabeth Hamilton and Judith Hamilton, sisters of the bride, and Brynn Boyd. Steven Zahn brother of the bridegroom served as best man, and ushers included Kurt Entsminger, Steven Ward and Michael Loyd. Altar boy was George Linn Hamilton brother of the bride. After a reception at Kanawha Country Club, the couple left for a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach and Pipestem State Park. The bride is a graduate of West Virginia University. She was a member of Chi Omega Sorority and received a B. S. in elementary education. Her husband graduated from WVU with a B. S. in forestry and was a member of Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity here. He is working as a for- · ester for United Wood Preserving Co. in Sutton.. The couple will make their home in Gassaway. Miss Strieker Weds in Belle Belle Church of the Naza- Strieker, and Claude William rene was the setting on Friday for the wedding of Miss Victoria E. Strieker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Denver E. Sigman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Sigman, all of Belle. The pastor, William Millar, officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Marlene Retry and Miss Kathy Johnson. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Marilyn Joy Wolfingbarger was maid of honor and bridesmaid was Joann Daniel. Kelly Hudnall and Keith Eisenmenger were flovvergirl and ringbearer. MRS. C. W. SIGMAN . . .former Victoria Strieker Row Can If Q. How can I remove crayon marks from vinyl tile flooring? '. , ···' A. You can do this with silver polish. Q. How can I clean very old brass or copper that is very much discolored? . "* A. By using the finest grade of steel wool, followed with rubbing with rottenstone and sweet oil. Q. How can I eliminate the possibility of dropping stitches whenever I lay my knitting down for a while? A. By taking an ordinary cork and placing it on the end of your knitting needles. OPEN Monday 'til 9 908 Quarrier most opportune... SEMI-ANNUAL SUMMER SALE Dresses Pant Suits Cocktails ^Formals All Weather Coats Sportswear Costumes to OFF Special Purchase! from our finest tailors one group SUMMER DRESSES regular to $50.00 including half sizes », 20. Susan Messenger Is Married Married Saturday at St. Agnes Catholic Owrefc by the Rev. Edward Sadie were Miss Mary Jane Basil, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Robert Basil of Slaueton Avenue, and Jay EL Sullivan, SOD of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Sullivan of Quarrier Street. Betty Eakin was the organist and the bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Jack Sullivan of Margate, Fla., sister-in-law of the bridegroom, was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Beth Griffith of Charleston and Hermine Bobbins of Atlanta, Ga. * * * JACK SULLIVAN of Mar- gate was test Baa* art **ws were Jo* Sulliva* of Ft. Yay»e, 1*1, and Jjwwy SttUi van ofChartesUw.au brothers of the bridegroom. A reception was held at the Charleston House, after which the couple left for a trip to Pi pestem State Park. Granddaughter of Mrs. Martin Basil of Elkins, the bride graduated from Charleston High School and has an associate degree in preschool education from Marymont College in Boca Raton, Fla. Her husband also graduated from Charleston High School. He is a plasterer employe by BMPIU Local 31 of Fort Lau- vderdale, Fla. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sullivan of Staunton Avenue. Miss Susan Elaine Messenger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow V. Messenger, became the bride of Harold Allen Tolbert, son of Mrs. Gertrude Tclbert, all of St. Albans, on Friday in the First Baptist Church of St. Albans. The Rev. S. Robert Weaver officiated and music was prov- ided by Mrs. Nora Snyder. The bride was given in marriage by her father and her sister, Judy Messenger, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Cathy Eades of St. Albans and Sue Grishaber of Charleston. * * * TERRY DOWNEY of St. Albans served as best man. Ushers were Edd and Fred Messenger, brothers of the bride. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a motor trip through northern West Virginia. They will live at 455 Sixth St., St. Albans. Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert are graduates of St. Albans High School. She is an assistant manager of the Rite Aid Discount Pharmacy in the Gateway Shopping Center. He is employed by FMC Corp. MRS. H. A. TOLBERT , . former Sutan Mestenger the entire summer ahead to enjoy your summer wardrobe. . AT SAVINGS! '25% TO RY 50% OFF l your BinkAmrriranl. Masirr Charge or JCIP'.V I'mvNiirnl (Turfr Charles Helaine Rot gin Open Monday 'til 9 90S Quorritr Street select group: · Dresses · Pant Suits · Sweaters ·Jewelry · Models Coats · Blouses ·Coats · Pan ty Tops NOW Cle'ments OPEN SUNDAYS Family Buffet from 11:30 to 3:30 ChiUrtN $ « 95 lOandundtr I SALAD lAIEVIIYEYENNC Cle'ments Supper Club 2805 Kanawho Blvd. E. 925-7843 Use Want Ads. Dial 348-4848 FRANK COULTER served as best man. Ushers were B. L. James and Timothy Cox. Following a reception at the Belle Fire Department, Ifce couple left for a short wedding trip. They will live at 430 East Fifth St., Belle. Mr. and Mrs. Sigman are graduates of DuPont High School. 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