Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 27, 1972 · Page 52
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 52

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 27, 1972
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2E--August 27. 1972 Snnrinv (,(i:Ptte-Mail Charleston, West Virginia \ Baxter Crichton Is Bride «· Of Lt Richard McMaster Francis A I R S . R . A l . E R A N C I S St. .Matthews E p i s c o p a l Church wa the setting on Saturday evening when Miss Nancy Baxter Crichton became the bride of Lt. Richard McMaster Francis. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Crichton IV of Unidon Heights Road, and his parents are Mrs. J. Henry Francis, also of Loudon Heights Road, and the late Mr. Francis. The Rev. Walter J. Mycoff performed the ceremony and t r a d i t i o n a l music was presented by Mrs. Carl Hohnert. A reception followed at Edge- Miss Carol A. Strange Bride of Mark Waters LEXINGTON'. K y .-M i s s Carol Ann Strange, daughter of Mr. and M T V Charles M. Strange of Mariet'.a. Ohio, f o r - merly of C h a r l i s t o n . '.V. \'a.. became the bride of M a r k James Waters, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. .). W a t e r s of i.exing- ton. at 7 p m. Saturday in the Mount Horeb Presbyterian Church here. D o n n D . Hoilir.gsworth, headmaster of Sayre School, and the Rev. Charles M. Hanna officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Hollingsworth. Given in m a r r i a g e by her father, the bride wore a floor- length empire gnwn of white chiffon with a petal pink satin bodice appliqued w i t h white Venise lace and fashioned with a Sabrina neckline, long bishop sleeves cuffed with pink satin and white Venise UCP and a chapo! t r a i l A pink satin headdress appli- qued with matching lace held her cathedral-length illusion veil and she carried pink and red ro^es. baby's brea'.h. stephanotis and ivy. ANN Bl'RN'ETT SI rang" was matron of honor for her sister-in-law and bridesmaids were Joyce Heck Clark and Clyda Hendren Reedcr. Elizabeth Renee Strange, niece of the bride, was flowergirl. Terry Waters was best man for his brother and groomsmen were Charles Roger Strange, brother of 'he bride, Brad Waters, brother of the bridegroom, Gary Dane McGlothin and Richard Johnson. Following the ceremony, the wood Country Club. G I V E N IN marriage by her f a t h e r , the bride wore the wedding gou-n of her aunt, Airs. Robert J. Peterson. Of imported Chantilly lace over s a t i n tulle, it had a sheer yoke, fitted bodice, long sleeves and bouffant skirl w i t h a slight sweep and scalloped edge. She wore a man- t i l l a of Spanish silk lace which belonged to the bridegroom's grandmother. Mrs. J. Henry Francis Si 1 ., and carried a colonial bouquet of white roses and babys breath. Mrs. William R. McDavid served as matron of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Elizabeth Crichton Peterson and Miss Man- Ann Peterson, cousins of (lie bride; Mrs. (Jerry L. Jones of Pittsburgh, Pa., sister of the bridegroom: and Mrs. George Rummel Francis, his sister-in-law. George Rummel Francis was his brother's best man and ushers included another brother, Capt. James H. Francis III of Colorado Springs, Colo.; his brother-in-law, Gerry L. Jones of Pittsburgh; William Crichton V, brother of the bride; and Terry F. Cashmore of Penfield, X. Y. LT. AND AIRS. Francis will make their home at Grand forks AFB. Grandforks. N. D., where he is a pilot with the Air Force, following a western wedding trip. The former Miss Crichton, who has been a teacher al Kanawha City Elementary School, is a graduate o"f George W a s h i n g t o n High School and earned her B. A. degree in elementary education at West Virginia University. She is a member of Delta Delta Delta Sororily and a provisional member of the Junior League of Charleston. Her husband was graduated from Charleston High School and Amherst College with a B. A. degree in political science, being a member of Theta Delta Chi Fraternity and the Amherst Choir. HIS A10THER was hostess to members of the wedding party and out-of-town guests at the rehearsal dinner at the Army-Navy Club, and the same group atlended a brunch |... on Saturday morning at Berry !;£ Hills Country Club, when Dr. and Mrs. R. R. Summers j? were hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Jefferds and daughter Sally entertained them at luncheon. Other social functions held i j during the past week to honor the couple included a swim party given by Mr. and Mrs. George Blackburn Warner, a ,.. dinner by Mrs. J .H. Francis j 5 and Miss Mary Elizabeth Francis, a picnic by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Francis and Mr. and Mrs. George Francis, cocktail parlies by Mr. and Mrs. William E. Mohler and Mr. and Mrs. William Rogers McDavid, luncheon by Miss Elizabeth Crichton and Miss Mary Ann Peterson, showers by Mrs. Colburn Cabell, Mrs. John Cabell Morton and Mrs. Robert Wolfe, and a bridge- luncheon by Mrs. Francis Rogers. Linda Bias Wed in Baptist Rite -AIRS, G. M. AIOSES . . . /oniier Linda Bias AIRS. M. j. WATERS . . . former Carol Strange receplion was held at Snindlp- top Hall, faculty and alumni club for the University of Ken- Miss Renee Workman Mrs. Waters graduated from the University of Kentucky, where she was a member of Delta Zeta social sorority. Pi Delia Phi national French honorary and G a m m a Beta Phi honorary society. She was formerly a multiline and fire insurance underwriter in New York. H e r husband g r a d u a t e d from the U.K. school of architecture, where he was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha social f r a t e r n i t y . He is employed by Watkins. Burrows and Associates, architects and engineers in Lexington, where thev will live. FAYETTEVILLE-Miss Renee Workman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luther H. Workman of Fayetteville, became the bride of Robert Walls, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. Watts of Oxon Hill. Md., at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Work- Smith-Fcnneken Bridal Performed on Saturday Miss Lena Kay Fenneken, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Fenneken. became the bride of Danny M a r t i n Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira G. Smith, all of N i t r o . at 7::i() p.m. S a t u r d a y in the 01- terbcin United M e t h o d i s t Church. The Rev. Jeffrey Lovely performed I he ceremony. A reception followed in the social room. Given in marriage by her best man and ushers were Donald C. Fenneken. brother of the bride, and Randy McLain. Mrs. Smith graduated from St. Albans High School and is employed by the audit office of Embee's. Her husband graduated from Nitro High School and is serving with the Army al Ft. Gordon, Ga. unmis/olcnh/v man home. The Rev. David Sneed officiated. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white silk organza over peau styled with a high scalloped n e c k l i n e a n d long sleeves trimmed with Chantilly lace. She carried a white orchid. LETITIA* HODOUAN was maid of honor. Michael Watts was best man for his brother. Following a reception, the couple left for a wedding trip. They will live in Marlow Heights, Md. Mrs. Walls graduated from Fayetteville High School and atlended West Virginia University. Her husband graduated from Oxon Hill High School and attended WVU. He is employed by Levitz Furniture Co. in Virginia. Use Want Ads. JDial 348-4848 AIRS. ROBERT WATTS . . . f o r m e r Rcncc Worl.'mfni xWrWvSvvSSv?^ | '' f'J 214 CAPITOL STREET MRS. I). Al. SMITH . . . f o r m e r Lena k'cmicken f a t h e r , the bride wore a long w'hite gown fashioned of nylon over taffe;a with an empire waistline. Juliet sleeves and lace-trimmed cha|xl t r a i n . She carried a « h i i e orchid, baby carnal ions and baby's breath. CATHY JAM-", Fenneken was maid of honor for her sifter and her nieces. Tonya and Kellie S m i t h , were trainbearers. Deane Oidsted was Bridal .Notice _ Ir.fc.rrr. .:.T, on w*i- hrms ·,·.·;;:'.;:: '.', '.-.ays nft?r th» nrro ·-.; ;;-,= On;y 'rio.-° ·.·.·· rccu";r.~ en ;:i- fleecing F'iciay '-.: : Ti~i u:- pr;c: ;o ::-* '~ r - C. r ~ - ; - r* r\rr; ·-· . : :- AW Surtie. /I'lYji-/; Sui'de, nnti '·nn r t \s ll "^ 2M Copilot Slrm 0 xrog^^L/z/r/TTni! i rrlxrf'rrn Miss Linda Sue Bias, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Walter E. Bias of 1060 Oakhurst Dr., became the bride of Gary Michael Moses, son of John Michael Moses of Charleston and Mrs. Mary Reba Moses of Buffalo, N.Y., at 8 p.m. Saturday in the Calvary Baptist Church. The bride's father and her uncle, the Rev. Lonzo G. Chapman, performed the double-ring ceremony. Music was provided by Mrs. Blanche Craig and William Johnston. Given in marrage by her falher, the bride woit a '!oc · length empire gown of delus- lered satin and Venise lace styled with a Victorian neckline and long filled sleeves. Her full-length mantilla fell from a Camelot headdress of matching lace and she carried white roses, pompons and stephanotis. i\lHS. JOSEPH Anderson was malron of honor and Mrs. Michael Hall was bridesmaid. Debbie Gueli and Tammy Gueli, nieces of the bridegroom, were junior bridesmaid and flowergirl. Mark Chapman was ringbearer. Michael Witte was best man. Ushers were Donald and Ronald Chapman, cousins of the bride. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to South Carolina. They will live in Charleston. The bride's parents hosted the rehearsal dinner. Showers were given by Mrs. Michael Hall, Mrs. Lonzo Chapman and Mrs. Margaret Jackson. WEDDING BRIDAL PORTRAITS For a complete coverage of your wedding, call us toon. Libby's Portrait Studio 927 W.Washington Ph.346-8TM £r:S::3#i*S : : ; :tt^ 214 CAPITOL STREET A TOUCH OF VELVET A, r'lora! l-'anta^ia Quilted floral brocade with trim, nn contrasting rrli rts. Blue. I'tirplc. 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