Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 23, 1974 · Page 32
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 32

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 23, 1974
Page 32
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1C Susan Keller Bride Of David B. Foster The Baptist Temple was the setting Saturday for the marriage of Miss Susan Jane Keller daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cfeaiies Keller of Nortfawood Road, to David Bartlett Foster, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. Foster of South Charleston. Officiating was the Rev. David Anderson and Rev. Richard Mitchell of Toronto, Canada, uncle of the bride. A musical program was provided by Sheri Porter on organ. The bride was given in mar' riage by her father. ; Mrs. William Nottingham, · sister of the bride, was ma\ tron of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs Joseph Wyatt, sister of the bridegroom, and Mis^ Diana Porter. Robert Charles Nottingham, nephew of the bride, was ringbearer. Best man was Douglas Foster of South Charleston and ushers included Kenneth Frisch of Tipp City, Ohio, and Terry Wilson of Champaign, 111. " A reception followed the ceremony and the couple left for a honeymoon to Virginia Beach and Williamsburg, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Foster are graduates of West Virginia University, she in education and he in marketing and business. He is employed by Bak- Shumate-Sides Rite Performed in N. C. Chapter 88,OES Tells Xe\v Slate IRS. D. B. FOSTER . . . former Suscn Keller er Equipment Engineering Co. in Charleston. The couple will reside in South Charleston. Miss Davisson Baptist Bride Highlawn Baptist Church with the Rev. LeRoy Keeney officiating, was the setting Saturday for the marriage of Mss Nancy Ann Davisson to Stanley Warren Kaczkoski. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell L. Davisson of St. Albans and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Kaczkowski of Dunbar. . Organ music was furnished by Mrs. Tommy Martin and 7 soloist was Mrs. Cecil Neal, ' cousin of the bride. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Jack Kenna of Mt. Carroll. 111.-,, sister of the ,bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Ms. Deborah tWalker of Chicago, III, Mrs. : Richard Stratton of Bedford, ·~Va., and Mrs! John Lovette of Morgantown. Flowergirl was Tracy Daughty and Christian Kenna; nephew of the bride, was ringbearer. Clyde Hayes of Dunbar served as best man and ushers included John Lovette of Morgantown, John Mayhew of New Manchester, and Tom Jarrett of Charleston. After a reception in the church's fellowship hall, the couple left for a honeymoon to Pipestem State Park. The bride is a graduate of St. Albans High School and received a B.S. degree from the West Virginia School of Nursing where she was a member of Alpha Xi Delta Sorority. She is a registered nurse in Kidney Dialysis at Charleston Memorial Hospital. Her husband graduated from Dunbar High School and is in his third year at the West Virginia University Dental School. He is president of Delta Sigma Delta, a national dental fraternity. WLNSTON-SAUEM, N.C. Miss Sandra Lynn Sides, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Daniel Sides of Win- ston-Sakm, and Samuel Stillwell Shumate Jr., son ot Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Stillwell Shumate of Charlton Heights, W. Va., were married Saturday evening at the First United Church of Christ. The Rev. Augustus Peeler officiated and Steven Johnson, trumpeter, and Steven Morgan, soloist, furnished the musical program. THE BRIDE was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. James Hayes of Clemmons was her sister's matron of honor and bridesmaids were Cheryl Balcombe of Rih- inond, Va., Diane Holder of Charlotte, Mrs. Ronald Boone of Kernersville and Stacie Shumate of Galveston, Tex., sister of the bridegroom. The bridegroom had his father as best man. Ushers were Robert Hook of Lousi- ville, Ky., Robert Dwyer, Silver Spring, Md., Richard Habegger, Winston-Salem; and Richard Sides of Winston-Salem, brother of the bride. * * * AFTER A reception at the church, the couple left for a trip to the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania. Mrs. Louise Suttee will be installed as mauve of Char- lestoa Chapter 88= Order of Eastern Star, at 7:$0 p.m. Monday in the Scottish Rite Temple. Eward Perry will take office as worthy patron- Installing officers are Mrs. Bemice Graham, Mrs. Donald Withrow, Mrs. Helen Stillwell, Mrs. Carrie Lee Whitacre, Mrs. Helen Smith, Mrs. Hilda Thomas, Carl Roush and Mrs. Patricia Shaffer. Mrs. Sylvia Knightou will be m efearge «f ifee social tattr foUoaieg the iastallauoo eer- eraoay. » » · OTHER OFFICERS to be installed include Rosalie Howen', associate matron; James Howery. associate patron; Sylvia Knighton, secretary; Virginia Perry, treasurer; Ann Tripplett, conductress; Sharon Hudson, associate conductress; Dorothy Toney. chaplain, Susan Johnson, marshal; Phyllis Knight. Adah; CwrabeJ Hawaa, Balk Nkki Jo Maafi, Esther; Earleae Davis. Martha; Yetaaa Fisher. Eieeta; Lois Geo/ge, Warder; Chartes Rkfcardsoa, sea- tinel; and Earl Knighton, trustee. Citeriaf Servkc Wedding Inceptions Coll 343-7631 \ MRS. S. S. SHUMATE JR. . . . former Sandra Sides She attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is a junior now at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. Her husband graduated from Wake Forest University here and has an MBA degree from Wake Forest's Babcock Graduate School of Management. He is employed by High's Express Inc., a division of Convenient Systems Inc. in Richmond, where they will reside. fcfc. MRS. S. W. KACZKOWSKI . . . former Nancy Davisson The couple will make their home in Morgantown. Betty Jane Welker Married \j' HURRICANE-Miss Betty Jane Welker, daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. Howard D. Welker, became .the bride of Robert Leon Cummings, son of Mr. Mrs: Earnest Cumming all of Hurricane, at 7:30 p.m. Friday in the Hurricane First Church of God. The Rev. Scott New performed the candlelight, double-ring ceremony. * * * THE BRIDE was given in marriage by her father. Miss Linda Faye Phelps was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Brenda Kaye Fos- ter and Mrs. Sherry McClure. Joe Townsend served as best man. Ushers were John Wayne Sowards, cousin of the bridegroom, and Randall Ramey. Following a reception at the Hurricane Woman's Club, the couple left for a wedding trip to Florida 1 . They will live here. Semi-Annual Summer OCT. 28-NOV. 4 Round trip jet charter from Charleston--visiting: Mexico City, Taxco, Acapulco. Call or Write: XEENAN TRAVEL SERVICE, INC. 511 Atlas Building Charleston, W. Va. 345-1791 r-i ins! MRS. R. L. CUMMINGS . . . former Betty Welker Weddings Are Planned Stanley-Greene ./ ^ FAYETTEVILLE - .Mr; and Mrs. Albert Levi Stanley of Fayetteville are annouhc- , ing the engagement of their daughter, Vicki Lynrie, to James Lewis Greene of Val- pariso, Ind. His parents are Mr and Mrs. James Arnold Greene pf Nitro, formerly of Fayetteville. The .wedding will take place at 3 p:m. on July 7 in the First Church of God here. Miss Stanley and her fiance are graduates of Eayetteville High School. He is employed by Bethlehem Steel in Gary, Ind. lind. Martin-Gardner Announcing the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Miss Marilyn Ann Martin to Charles W. Gardner Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Gardner of Virginia Beach, Va. are Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Martin of Glasgow. , The wedding will take place at 8 p.m. June 29 at St. John's Episcopal Church in Charleston. The bride-elect is a graduate of West Virginia Institute of Technology with a B.S. in math. Her fiance graduated from Virginia Military Institute with a B.S. in biology. Both will enter the West Virginia School of Medicine in August. v Campbell-Miller Mr. and Mrs. Seybert L. Campbell of St. Albans are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Rebecca Louise, to Charles T. Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bays of Hamlin. The open- church wedding will take place at 1;30 p.m. on Aug. 17 in the Riverlawn Presbyterian Church at St. Albans. Miss Campbell has a degree in elementary education from West Virginia State College. Her fiance is a graduate of WVSC and will enter law school at West Virginia University in the fall. He is employed by the Kanawha County Sheriffs Department. 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