Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 23, 1974 · Page 34
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June 23, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 34

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Jiu»,1974 ftB* Burton-Kelso Marriage Held Ornbaun-Cline Wedding Held of Mrs, Grace C. 19 MRS. J. B. BURTON . .former Carolyn Kelto bus, Ohio, became the bride of James Michael Burton, sou of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Burton of St. Albajos, on Saturday. The Rev. Hal White performed the ceremony in the home of the bridegroom's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. James McCormick of Shadyside Rd. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Ms. Gloria Dowell was maid of honor and Jerry Dale Jones served as best man. * * * FOLLOWING A reception at fee MeCoranek few*, tie eoNfte left for a weddiqg trip to PipestesiSisle !£. Tbey will live at 2K Berkley St. * Mrs. Burton graduated from Stonewall Jackson High School and is a summa cum laude graduate of Morris Harvey College, where she was a member of Alpha Omi- eron Pi.Social Sorority and president of Alpha Lambda Delta Women's Honorary. She is kindergarten teacher at Cross Lanes Elementary School and is ranking toward a master's degree ia ewwset ing and guidance at West Virginia College of Graduate Studies. Her husband is a graduate of St. Alhans High School and West Virginia State College, where he was president of Omega Tau Epsilon Fraternity. He is employed by the Kra ger Co. and also is working toward a master's degree in counseling and guidance at the graduate school. Nida-Ward Vows Exchanged Friday Miss Karen Byrd, Rickie Hively Wed MRS. T. A. ORNBAUN . . . .former Hetty Cline Vfcfc e Rev. Witter Ai- brigfci offkiaUg Friday at Glasgow United Methodist Church, Miss Betty Elaine Cliae became tne onoe 01 Thomas Andrew Ornbaun. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Ciioe of Glasgow and he is the son of Mrs. Pansy OrabauQ Mcsley of Charleston and the late Andrew Orabaun. Pianist Jim Lacy and soloist Jerry Cline furnished nuptial musk and the bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Lou Ann Chandler served as matron of honor and Miss Marilyn Ann Martin was maid of honor. Junior atten- dent was Miss Catherine Ann Cline and Deborah Lynn Cline was flowergirl. Sieve Cater sm«J as fees* man awl usiters iactaded Larry Courell and Ken Stooe. After a reception given at the bride's home, the couple left for a wedding trip to Williamsburg, Va. Mrs. Ornbaun is a graduate of Morris Harvey College and is a teacher at Faith Baptist Temple Elementary School in Louisville, Ky. Her husband attended Morris Harvey and is employed by Shackeltons Music Co. in Louisville where the couple will reside. Hobby crafts For Fun For Profit For Bible School r For Shut-Ins r For Group Projects FOIVTAIN HOBBY CENTER Phone 344-1441 Charleston Mfss Karen Lynn Byrd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Byrd of 10 Pauley Heights Rd., became the bride of Rickie Lee Hively, son of Mr. and Mrs. Doy Lee Hively Married Friday evening in the First Baptist Church of Dunbar by the'Rev. George R. Pauley were Miss MaLinda Jean Ward, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Okey Ward of Dunbar, and Ronnie Lee Nida, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin R. Nida of Adele Street. ' The bride was given in mar- MRS. R. L. NIDA .former MaLinda Ward riage by her father and nuptial music was furnished by Mrs. Lloyd Tincher, organist, who accompanied the soloist, Harold Withrow. . Vickie Withrow was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Susan Mollohan, Linda Hoi- stein of Plant City, Fla., and Diana Barker. Taperlighters were Jill Braley and Michele Stewart. Shelly Estep, cousin of the bridegroom, was the flowergirl. * * * DAVID NIDA was his brother's best man and ushers were Gallic Ward, brother of the bride, Buddy Nida, brother of the bridegroom, Dennis Stevens and Nick Hill of Winston- Salem, N. C. A reception was held at the Dunbar Woman's Club and the couple is honeymooning at Hawks Nest State Park. They will reside at 1600Vz Kanawha Ave., Dunbar. The bride is a senior at Dunbar High School and her husband, a graduate of Stonewall Jackson High School, is employed by the Duraclean Carpet and Upholstery Service. The bride is the grand' daughter of Mrs. Opal Taylor of Summersville. nii. aim 1*11 a. JL^VJ LJK^Z Aintij ~j* --. , X^^W TTT" 1 ^SSSfesK Miss Garrett Weds In Florida Church MRS. R. L. HIVELY . . .former Karen Byrd rial United Methodist Church. The Rev. Kenneth B. Ball officiated and music was provided by Roberta Johnson. The bride was given in marriage by her father and her sister, Linda Byrd, was maid of honor. Jana Byrd, another sister, and Donna Byrd, her sister-in-law, were bridesmaids. * » * ' DANA BYRD served as best man. Ushers were David Eggleston and Randy Withrow. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, S. C. They will live on New Hope Road. Mr. and Mrs. Hively attended Charleston High School. She is employed by Montgomery Ward and her husband is an employe of the McJunkin Corp. JCPermey Great swimwear buys. Miss Robin Black, Allen Osborne Wed Freda Gail Nelson Married in Rainelle RAINELLE - The Rainelle United Methodist Churchuwas the; setting Saturday mor the wedding of 'Mrs. Freda. Gail Nelson, daughter of, Mr. 1 and Mrs. Fried E. Nelson, to Kendall Allan Thompson son of ;Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson of Rainelle. The Rev. Stephen Burgess :of Falls Church, Va., brother- in-law of the bridegroom, and MRS. K. A. THOMPSON ... former Freda Nelson the Rev. Randolph Kidd performed the ceremony. Music was provided by Mrs. Mary Francis Riley and Harold Johnson. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. Matron of honor was Mrs. Margaret Fowler of Roanoke, Va. sister of the bride, and bridesmaids were Mrs. Victoria Worreel of Roanoke, Mrs. Franc ine Burgess, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Rebecca Jones of Damascus, Va. Flowergirl was Miss Cindy Johnson and ringbearer was James Burgess, nephew of the bridegroom. Rodney Thompson was best man for his brother and.ush- ers were Carl Ripley and David Ripley, of. Fredericksburg, Va., and Bob Heil of Wheeling. .. .; , Following a reception in the fellowship hall, the couple left for a honeymoon in Myrtle Beach, S.C. The bride attended Concord College and graduated from Roanoke Memorial School of Professinal Nursing and is employed by Roanoke Memorial Hospital. The bridegroom is a graduate of West Virginia Institute of Technology and is employed by Otis Elevator Co. They will reside in Salem, Va. POCA - Miss Robin Black, daughter of Mr. .and Mrs. James R. Black of Poca, became the bride of Allen L. Osborne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde J. Osborne of St. Albans, on Friday in the Poca United Methodist Church. The Rev. Hollie Thompson officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Marsha Britton and Mrs. Bertha Sigman. The bride was given in marriage by her father and Vickie -, Dagos tine was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Sandy Osborne, sister of the bridegroom, and Susie Black, cousin of the bride. Kim Black, short wedding trip. They will live in Hurricane. Mrs. Osborne graduated from Poca High School. Her husband is a graduate of Rainelle High School and Morris Harvey College. He is employed by the Putnam County Board of Education as a teacher and coach at Winfield High School. MELBOURNE, Fla.-Miss Brenda Crystal Garrett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roland G. Garrett of Melbourne, formerly of Dunbar, W. Va., became the bride of John Mark Mottaz, son of Mrs. Charlotte Mottaz of Illinois, and Glen Mottaz of New Mexico, on Friday in the Community Church of God here. The Rev. John F. Morgan officiated. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her cousin, Mrs. Lana Jo Frame of West Virginia, was matron of honor and another cousin, Miss Deborah Lynn Smith, another cousin, also of West Virginia, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Tina Riley, Cathy McCormick, Michelle Weber, Gina Davis, Dorothy Denham and Debbie Wolfe. JEANINE*D*A*VIS was junior bridesmaid and Becky Bolden was flowergirl. David Clevenger served as ringbear- er. Peter Mottaz was best man for his brother. Tom Sinquefield was groomsman and ushers were Roland Durand, Bob Hernandez, Richard Weidner, Pete Yount, Jakie Johnson, Rick Ballue and Sam Clevenger Jr. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a cruise to the Bahamas. They MRS. J. M. MOTTAZ . . .Uremia Garrett will live here. Mrs. Mottaz will graduate this summer from Brevard Community College. She will be a junior at Technological University in Cocoa, where she will major in elementay education. Her husband is a graduate of Los Alamos (N. M.) High School and will begin studying for the ministry in the fall. He is employed by the. City of Melbourne. 4-piece place setting exquisite translucent china when you save at CITY NATIONAL BANK MRS. ALLEN L. OSBORNE . . . former Robin Black cousin of the bride, was flow- ergirl and Lee Cottrill was usher. GARY OSBORNE served as best man for his cousin. His brothers, Bob and Tom Osborne, were ushers. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a This Sunday our doors will be open. But our cash registers will be closed. This Sunday yoi/can see the dozens of beautifully decorated rooms in our Ethan Allen Gallery. Visit our Home Fashion Center. Take your time. Browse at your leisure.Then if you get any good ideas while you're our guest on Sunday, come back on Monday. And be our customer. ·v-MW-V.. ·-;:X::-M : . m FREE PARKINC FREE DELIVERY 125 MILE RADIUS PHONE (3M)73*4M 5221 M.S. ROTE 10 EAST, MNITMCTON, W. VA. 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We have the brightest prints and solids in your favorite woven and knit fabrics, so hurry over and treat yourself to a few. Misses and junior sizes. OMClin SlNp Pe«K!S,Ca ·M. * frl *3t'fl S.Hie i

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