1974 T- L. Warner Wed In Ohio Ceremony WOOSTER. Ohio - Miss Jeanne Ellyn Tamasovich daughter of Mrs. Edward J. Tamasovich of Wooster. aac" the late Mr. Edward J. Tama- sovich, became the bride o' Timothy Lowell Warner, sor Of Mr. and Mrs. R. Lowell Warner of Charleston, W.Va.. on Saturday in the Moreland United Methodist Church in Moreland. MRS. T. L. WARNER former Jeanne Tamasov- icA */' The Rev. Gerald Durham officiated and aausic was provided by a strisg quartet, including Mrs. Karl Frick. Mildred Froelich. George ke- land and Don Bumhardt. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Edward C. Tamasovich, and her maid of honor was Miss Helen Chilson. Bridesmaids were Miss Kathie Moses and Miss Connie Warner, sister of the bridegroom. Miss Tanya Tamasov- ich was flowergirl for her cousin. * * Â» DAVID KANZEG was best man. Ushers were David Hill, Brent Warner, brother of the bridegroom, and Larry and Terry Tamasovich, the bride's brothers. A reception was held at the Westminster Church House, College of Wooster. The couple will live in Fairfax. Va. Mrs. Warner is a graduate of Triway High School and the College of Wooster. Her husband graduated from Charleston High School and is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the College of Wooster. He has an M.A. degree from Syracuse University and is employed by WNVT-TV, Annandale, Va. Golf Tops Week's Activities Jfoif UÂ«k GÂ«fe**ir MttMuUerf Â«Â· pt*t tmtdt la tk* Â£**?Â«? frr 4 pj*. Wtdm***t\. Reception Honorees CLAY -- A reception will be held from 1 to 6 p.m. on July 7 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Sizemore Sr. of Clay, as they celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. The reception is an open affair and their children will be hosts. Judith Ann Buzzard Weds Roger Nelson Janet Lea Osbourn Is Married Friday ; Miss Janet Lea Osbourn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William B. Osbourn of 1115 South Home wood Dr., became the Bride of Richard James Christman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Christman of 1606 Greystone Rd., at 6 p.m. on Friday in Christ Church United Methodist. The Rev. Travis Wells Jr. officiated and music was provided by Charles Greybill. I The bride was given in marriage by her father. Pattie Smith of Charleston was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Brenda Osbourn, sister of the bride, Cathy Christman sister of the bridegroom*Margie Gill and Terry McCoy. * * * j DAVID| BRILL of Cincinnati, Ohio, served as best rrian. Ushers were Rob Christ"man, Jim DeVere, Mike Hofto a'lnd Jamie Adkihs, all of Char- lÂ£ston. i Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Jenny Wiley State Park, Ky. They will live at 1115 Homewood Dr. c. Mr. and Mrs. Christman are graduates of George Washington High School and are em- ployes of Columbia Gas. He is a student at Marshall Univers- Wedding MRS. R. J. CHRISTMAN . .. former Janet Osbourn ity and she plans to enter West'. Virginia Career College in Huntington. COMFORT - Miss Judith Ann Buzzard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hershel M. Buzzard of Comfort, became the bride of Roger Lee Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Nelson of Sylvester, on Saturday in the Sylvester Missionary Baptist Church. The Rev. Erby King Jr. officiated and music was provided by Mary Jane Arvon and Nancy Joseph. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, William H. Buzzard, and Linda Massey served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Sherry Cantley,- Patty Hager and Connie Green and flowergirl and ringbearer were Connie Kirk and Bryant Krepps. RICKY NELSON was best man. Chuck Nelson, Alan Fitzwater and Mike Coiner were ushers. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a w e d d i n g trip to Daytona Beach, Fla. They will live in Seth. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson are graduates of Sherman High School. She is employed by Commercial Testing and Engineering and he is an em- ploye of Armco Steel. Clendenin Rite Is Slated ationery Three Printers t22VM(NHA IT. EAST. MOM 144.23M SI.S.I. Mimc WOII Â«5-1002 . Mrs. Wilda Smith will be installed as worthy matron of Thelma Chapter 24 Order of Eastern Star at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the Clendenin ^Masonic Temple. Robert Ellis will take the office of worthy patron. Installing officers will be Mrs. Bobbie W h i t e , Mrs. Juanita Graham, Mrs. Gladys Geary, Mrs. Nancy Jackson, Mrs. Edna Payne and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Osbourne. Others taking office will be Mrs. Bobbie Jack, associate matron; Roosevelt Ashley Jr. associate patron; Mrs. Edna Chandler, secretary; Mrs. Alyce Daubenspeck, treasurer; Miss Janie Jarrett, conductress; Mrs. Becky Rucker, associate conductress; Mrs. Mae Boggs, chaplain; Mrs: Kay Summers, marshal; Mrs. Thelma Young, organist; Mrs. Jo Ann Walker, Adah; Mrs. Betty Jo Shamblin, Ruth; Mrs. Mary Lee Callen, Esther; Mrs. Margaret Summers, Martha; Mrs. Patsy Stafford, Electra; Mrs. Gloria v Beighle, trustee. . In charge of the social hour following the installation will be Mrs. Sue Shaffer, Mrs. Millie Pence, Mrs. Alberta Ashley, and Mrs. Eva June Oliver. COLOR PORTRAIT SPECIAL THEVERY BEST M STUDIO PNOTOCMPHY BY PROFESSIONALS! 8x10 MIURAIUVM COLOR PORTRAIT 97* (Plus 50 Postage and Handling) ALL AGES A regular $20.00 Value Groups: $2.00 each for second and third person and $1.00 each over 3 persons. Minors must be accompanied by mother or father; only one advertising offer per subject per famly every 3 months. Offer Good June 24-29 Mm. 11-J Tues'.-Cteied Wd. 1M Thnrs.11-8 Fri. 9:30-5:30 Sot. 1:30-5:30 j This Is A Professional Portrait, "There Is A Difference" OLAN HILLS STUDIO PfasffCdl ffw ApptiHtmtut 3434M1 907QMrriifSt. SMttk Chariest** Sewor Citizens, 12:30 p.m., South Charleston YMCA, 614 Chestnut St., games, prizes, bring sandwich, refreshments by guilds of Blessed Sacrament Church. Charleston Chapter, Natioaal Secretaries Assn., 6 p.m., Christ Church United Methodist, speaker Mrs. Helen F. Lodge, director of dietetics, Charleston Area Medical Center. Tuesday Edgewood Ladies Golf Assn., 9 a.m., tee-off, Dutch treat, guest day, hostesses Mrs. Brooks McCabe and Mrs. Bertram Payne. Kanawha Women's Golf Assn., 9 a.m., low gross, hostesses Mrs. Virgil Carr, Mrs. Robert Hunt and Mrs. Pete LeMaster. Sleepy Hollow Women's Golf, tee-off 9 a.m., strikes to hole, hostesses Genny Kramer and Maggie McCarty. Meadowbrook Women's Golf Assn., 9-9:30 a.m., white elephant, hostesses Mrs. Irene Perkins and Mrs. Bernice Wade. WCB Club, 6:30 p.m., Dunbar City Park, Lion's Shelter. MRS. R. L. NELSON . .former Judith Butiard Betrothals Smith-Daugherty PARKERSBURG - Mr. and Mrs. John D. Smith of Parkersburg are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Susan Leanne, to John Lewis Daiigherty III, son Â· of ,Mr. and Mrs. John L. Daiigherty Jr. of Elkview. The wedding will take place ; on Aug. 17 in the Lauckport Baptist Church here. Miss Daugherty has a B. A. degree from Glenville State College and her fiance has an M. S. degree from West Virginia University. They are employed by Parkersburg Catholic High School. ; . Winterstein-Young RED HOUSE - Planning a late summer wedding are Miss Darlene Rae Winterstein,, daughter of Mr. and " Mrs. Chester Winterst^in. of Red House and Larry Ray Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Young of Nitro. Miss Winterstein is a graduate of Poca High School. Her fiance graduated from Nitro High School and is employed' by CO Motors. The couple will reside in Nitro. Payne-Spangler FAYETTEVILLE - The open church wedding of Beverly Dawn Payne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Payne Jr. to Larry Wayne Spangler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spangler, will take place at 7 p.m. on July 26 in the First Church of God here. Miss Payne, a graduate of Concord College, is employed by the Fayette County Board of Education. Her fiance has a B. S. degree in physical education and library science from Concord. Conte-Banning BECKLEY - St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church will be the setting here for an Aug 17. wedding joining Miss Olimpia Conte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Conte of Beckley to Gary Banning, son of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Banning of South Charleston. Miss Conte is a candidate for August graduation from West Virginia University and her fiance is a graduate of WVU and a graduate student of East Tennessee State University. How Can I? Q. How can I anchor small throw rugs that persist in slipping and sliding all over'the place? A. One often effective wny of immobilizing these ngs is simply to shellac their i skies. Hurricane OES Installs An installation is planned at 8 p.m. Tuesday by Hurricane Chapter 116, Order of Eastern Star, at the new Masonic Temple in Hurricane. Mrs. Velva Krebs will be installed as worthy matron and Major Walker as worthy patron. J. Curtis Van Dyke will be the installing officer. Others taking office will be Mrs. Dolly McCallister, associate matron, Gary Chancey, associate patron, Mrs. Helen Baxter, secretary, Mrs. Edna Ross, treasurer; Mrs. Judy Billups, conductress, Mrs. Jean Walker, associate conductress, Mrs. Pauline Sunderland, chaplain; Mrs. Nancy Brock, marshal; Mrs. Gladys Ellis, organist; Mrs. Phyllis Blankeriship, Adah; Mrs. Zelma Lawson, Ruth; Mrs. Loretta Bowles. Esther, Mrs. Mary Lou McDaniel, Martha; Mrs. June Coiner, Electra, Mrs. Gay Vannater, Warder; and Mrs. Vera Williams, sentinel. A social hour will follow the installation with all area - members welcome. America* Sftrkty Â« AecMNMMte 41. :30 Quarrier Outer, speaker James ArneU on methods of depredation, installation, Mrs. Lots DeitZ, phairmyn Cki Omega Al*mÂ»a, 8:30 pjm.. home of Mrs. Gorman W. Shumate, 400 Mount View Dr.. picnic, cohostess- es Mrs. Harold J. Walker, Miss Joey Hilton, Patty Pierson and Mrs. Robert Fletcher. WCB Club, 7:30 p.m., home of Mrs. Lola Jones, 1313 Stuart St. Women's Missionary Society, Emmanuel Baptist Church, 7:30 p.m., program: "Life Begins at 40." Chelyan Chapter 101, Order of Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Masonic Hall, Freda Thronton, head of refreshment committee. Wednesday Kanawha Country Club Bridge, 9:30 a.m., reservations with Mrs. H. E. Frome, 1535 Bedford Rd. St. Albans Pilot Club, Inc., 6:30 p.m., Rose City Cafeteria, South Charleston, dinner meeting, speaker Jane Theiling. Thursday Upper Falls Garden Club, 7:30 p.m., home of Mrs. Britt Sargent, program by Mrs. Leo Spurlock. , Tops (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Club, 7:30 p.m., Baptist Temple, visitors welcome, for i n f o r m a t i o n call 342-8870. Friday Golden Age Club, 10 a.m., Salvation Army, 301 Tennessee Ave., devotions-business meeting, bring lunch, coffee furnished. Diamonds For Your Weddin 3 PC. Match Sets $100 up Select a trio of Newly Styled diamond rings. The first for the engagement. 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