Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 27, 1972 · Page 53
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August 27, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 53

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Chanwton, w«t VIr.lnl. _ ·»·«" i»«on, w«i Virginia . Miss Leslie Elizabeth Pitchford · Weds H. Plan Brishtwett Staunton MRS. H. P. B. STAUNTON . . . /ormer Leslie Pitchjord when Miss Leslie Elizabeth Pitchford. daughter of Mrs. A. Lester Pitchford of Westwood and the late Mr. Pitchford, became the bride of H. Platt Brightwell Staunton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick M. Staunton of Charleston, W. Va. The Rev. C. Robert Hibshman officiated at the First Parish of Westwood, United Church. Ronald W. Pitchford escorted his sister. She wore a gown of white English net fashioned with a shaped duchess neckline, camisole yoke and chapel-length Watteau train eppliqued with Venise lace. She wore a lace ribbon with sprigs of stephanotis in her hair and carried a bouquet of yellow and orange Gerbera with ivy and baby's breath. THE BRIDE'S sisters, Miss Robyn E. and Mis Karen C. Pitchford, both of Westwood, were her only attendants. The bridegroom's father served as best man and ushers were Frederick M. Staunton Jr. of Caldwell, W. Va., and Sidney A. Staunton of New Canaan, Conn., brothers of the bridegroom, and Keith C. Pitchford of Westwood, brother of the bride. Mrs. Staunton graduated from Colby Junior College for Women and the Boston School of Cytotechnology. Her husband attended the Millbrook School and graduated from Washington and Lee University. He will do graduate work at Boston University in the fall. After a wedding trip to Portugal, Mr. and Mrs. Staunton will live in Cambridge. Estep-Hartleben Vows Exchanged A reception at the Dunbar Woman's Club followed the Saturday evening wedding when marriage vows were exchanged by Miss Patricia Hartleben and Bernard Estep. She is the daughter of Mrs. Russell H. Hartleben and the late Mr. Hartleben, and his parents are the late Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. Estep, all of Nitro. The Rev. John Bourne performed the ceremony in the First Baptist Church of Tyler Mountain, and traditional music was furnished by the organist, Ronald Wells, and vocalist. Miss Mary Lois Hall. * * * GIVEN IN marriage by her brother, Jerry Hartleben, the bride wore a floor-length empire gown of ivory satin trimmed with Chantilly lace and yellow velvet ribbon, and designed with a high neckline, bishop sleeves and A-line skirt extending into a chapel train. A profile headpiece of matching lace and pearls held her bouffant elbow-length veil of silk illusion, and she carried a cascade of yellow sweetheart roses and miniature yellow \\ MRS. BERNARD ESTEP . . . former Patricia Hartleben carnations. Mrs. Eileen Campsey of South Charleston served as matron of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Gloria Iddings of South Charleston and Mrs. Ruth Hamm?:k of Elk- view. Donald McCoy was best man for the bridegroom, whose ushers included his brother, Keith Estep of St. Albans, David Monday of Nitro, and WUliarn Creech of Milton. * * · MR. AND MRS. Estep will make their home at 5405 West Karen Circle, Cross Lanes following a wedding trip to the Great Smokey Mountains in Tennessee. The former Miss Hartleben was graduated from Stonewall Jackson High School and has been employed in the service department of Monsanto Chemicals Co. at Nitro. Her husband, an engineering supervisor at Monsanto, was educated at Nitro High School and Morris Harvey College. The couple hosted the rehearsal dinner at their future home, and the bride entertained her attendants at a luncheon in the Sterling Restaurant. She was honored at a shower given by her attendants and at a luncheon given by her fellow employes. Miss Robinson, J. F. Fowler Wed T h e United M e t h o d i s t Church of Clendenin was the setting Saturday evening for the wedding of Miss Margaret V. Robinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elba Robinson of Walton, and Jonathan F. Fowler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus B. Fowler of Barnegat, N.J. The Rev. Albert G. VanReenen performed the double-ring ceremony and music was provided hy Miss Alegra Roberts and Mrs. Alice Roberts. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length gown of silk organza and Venise lace styled with a scoop n e c k l i n e , Camelnt sleeves and a full skirt which extended from a natural waistline. A Camelot, headdress held her double-tiered illusion mantilla, which was trimmed with Venise lace and she carried a white orchid on a Bible. MRS. NAOMI ASHLEY of Elkview was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Debbie Dickens of Whitesville, Paul Hull of Charleston and Anna White of Glasgow. Sherrie Hunt and Mark Carper were MRS. .). F. FOWLER . . . former Margarcl Robinson flowergirl and ringbearer. Robert Fowler of Beach Haven, N.J., was best man for his brother. Ushers were Albert Shullz of St. Albans, Rick and Mike Hubbard of Walton, nephews of the bride. A reception followed the wedding at Lucas Dance Stu- dio. The couple left for a wedding trip to Hawks Nest State Park. They will live at Colonial Manor Apartments, Apt. 6-E, Chestertown, Md. MRS. FOWLER* graduated from Walton High School and West Virginia Institute of Technology with a degree In secretarial science. She is a member of Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority and Thelma Chapter, Order of Eastern Star. Her husband g r a d u a t e d from Southern Regional High School and has a B.S. degree in industrial arts from WVIT. He is employed by the Kent County, (Md.) Board of Education. The bridegroom's parents hosted a rehearsal dinner at Humphreys Pine Room. The bride was honored with a shower given by Mrs. Jo Ann Hunt, Mrs. Juanita Henderson, Mrs. Josephine Goad and Mrs. Martha Carper. Use Want Ads. Dial 348-4848 SEMI-ANNUAL Baek-to-School SALE! 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