Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 23, 1974 · Page 35
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June 23, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 35

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Caperton-Maugans Vows Exchanged Miss Orders Bride SaUna Chapter, OES Planning Installation BIRMINGHAM. Ala. Miss Deborah Aileen Mau- gans.daughter of Mr. and Mrs- Joseph Wayne Maugans of Birmingham, became the bride of Samuel Austin Caperton 111, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Austin Caperton Jr.. of Daniels, \V. Va., at 1 p.m. on Saturday in the Church of the Ascension here. A reception followed at the Maugans home. * * » THE BRIDE was given in marriage by her father. Miss Pamela Maugans was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Vicki Dumham of Richmond. Va.. Miss Sara Miller - of Charlton Heights, W. Va., and Miss Mary Clay Caperton of Daniels. ; Hugh Caperton was best man. Ushers were John Cap'. erton. Adam Caperton and - Sam Woods, all of Daniels. MRS. S. A. CAPERTON III . . .former Deborah Maugana Bridal Plans Revealed -: Fortney-Cunningh- .1 am ...- In an open church wedding · - a t 7:30 p.m. Aug. 2 in the -; Grace Baptist Church, Miss ;· Inetta Sue Fortney, daughter -; of Mr. and Mrs. Alvie R. Fort. · ney of St. Albans, will become -; the bride of Jay Fred Cun; - ningham, son of Mr. and Mrs. · ; J. Fred Cunningham, also of I - St. Albans. ·; I The bride-elect and her ~-'.~ fiance graduated from St. Al- · - bans High School and she is --" employed by Blue Cross and I · Blue Shield. He is a student at -; West Virginia University and '.'·· is employed by the Depart- ··-,' ment of Labor for the sum- mer. Rader-Fontalbert MONTGOMERY - Announcement is made of the engagement of Miss Deborah Lynn Rader, daughter of Mrs. Ruth Rader of Montgomery, and the late Mr. Lewis W. Rader, to Gregory Alan Fontalbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fontalbert Sr. of Marmet. The wedding will take place at 7:30 p.m. on July 5 in the Cannelton Church of God. Miss Rader and her fiance are graduates of East Bank High School. She is employed by West Virginia Institute of Technology and he is an em- ploye of E.I. DuPont de Nemours. With the Rev. Dean K. Young officiating Saturday at the First Prestn'terian Church in St. Albans ; Miss Kathryo Aon Orders became the bride of David E. Lane. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert 0. Orders of St. Albans and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Lane of Beckley. The bride, wearing her mother's gown, was given in marriage by her father. Miss Pam May on organ and Mrs. Paul T. Hamilton, vocalist, provided nuptial music. Matron of honor was Mrs. Robert 0. Orders Jr., sister- in-law of the bride, and bridesmaids included Mrs. Randall Bird of Charleston, Miss Elizabeth Dowling of Vienna, Miss Cindy Lane, sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs. William Zimmer of Morgantown. The father of the bridegroom served as best man. Ushers were Kirby Cottrell of Knoxville, Tenn., John Perdue of Kingsport, Tenn., Michael Luchini of Beckley, and Robert 0. Orders Jr., brother of the bride. A reception followed the ceremony at the Berry, Hills Country Club. Mrs. Lane graduated from the University of Tennessee with high honors and a B. S. degree in deaf education. She is a member of Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority, Angel Flight, Kappa Delta Pi and Phi Kappa Phi national honor societies. The bride is also a recipient of Mortar Board Senior Citation.. Her husband graduated from the University of Tennessee with a B. S. in civil engineering and worked on a research project for T.V.A. He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and he is now employed by Daniel International. After returning from a honeymoon to Vermont, the couple will make their home in Warm Springs, Va. Mildred Sherwood Is Bride MRS. F, I. MULLINS JR. . . .former Mildred Sherwood The YWCA was the setting Friday evening for the marriage of Miss Mildred Jane Sherwood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Sherwood of Belle, and Fred L Mullins Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mullins Sr. of Cedar Grove. Dean Miller of Nitro officiated and the bride was given in marriage by her father. Teresa Herndon of Dunbar played the nuptial music. Patricia Jean Sherwood was her sister's maid of honor and two other sisters, Dorothy Ann Hinkle and Karela Rendle Sherwood, were bridesmaids. Christina Stone, niece of the bridegroom, was the flower- girl. RON HAMILTON was best man and ushers were Clarence Roy Mullins, brother of the bridegroom, and Charles Hudnall. Andrew Ramsey, nephew of the bride, was ring- bearer. After a reception at the YWCA, the couple left for a tour of southern West Virginia. They will reside at 325 A 7th St., Belle. ., . . Both are graduates* of DuPont High School. She has an associate in arts degree in secretarial science from Morris Harvey College and is employed by the Charleston Area Medical Center, General Division. Her husband graduated from Carver Career and Tech: nical Center and is employed at the state district one bridge department. WHITE-NECCHI ANNOUNCES ITS GRAND OPENING OF THE STORE FOR YOUNG MODERNS FOR THE YOUNG THINKING CROWLTWHO WANT TO CREATE THEIR OWN THING!! ? SEW VINYL-DENIM-TRICOT-BURLAP- 'LEATHER-KNITS--or whatever with OUR FASHION DESIGNER MACHINES. CHOOSE A WHITE OR THE POPULAR OPEN-ARM NECCHI FOR TUBULAR SEWING of PANT LEGS AND SLEEVES WE ALSO CARRY ELNA AND PFAAF June 21 to 29 FREE June 21 to 29 WITH PURCHASE OF WHITE OR NECCHI COMPLETE MOVIE OUTFIT INCLUDING CAMERA-INSTRUCTIONS PROJECTOR CABINETS FOR ALL MAKES WE HAVE TAKEN OVER NATIONAL SEWING CENTER AND WILL HONOR ALL PREVIOUS GUARANTEES. OPEN HOUSE DURMG GRAND OPEHWG!!! WHITE-NECCHI Sewing Ctnttr 161 Svntmtn Strett 344-3711 PARTS AMOSIRVICf FOR ' AIL MAKES Of MACHINES OFFBMNG SAME DAY SBIVKE, Mrs. Beth- MeCawey, iky euairufi, aad Ckaries Me- Caoaey, worthy patroeu wi be Harper, £si*«r; , Martha; «rta Stiles, Eieetra; Mary *?***; and Efea FMtkr, seafoe). A reeeptiofl wiU follow ia raw a«d a!} East- era Star a#se*ers arewvixed MRS. D. E. LANE . former Kathryn Ordert Order of Eastera Star, drnag cereumies at 8 p.m. Thursday at the Masonic Hall in Maiden. Mrs. Phyllis H. Jones, past grand matron of the grand jurisdiction d West Virginia, will be the installing officer. Other installing officers will be Ralph Jones, Thelma Gardner, Elaine King, Garnette Burke, Bill Gardner, William King, Mary Bumgardner and Dorris Downey. ALSO TAKING office will be Molly Rohrig, associate patron, Adam Rohrig, secretary; Mildred McDermott, treasurer; Nadine Harlow, conductress; Mary Skiles, associate conductress; Nina Elkins, chaplain; Jean Coleman, marshal; Marvin Skiles, organist; Dorris Downey, Adah; Virginia Russell, Ruth; }| THE EMPLOYABLES Start your HRE EDUCATION JulyS ^Secretarial ^Accounting I/Clerical /Fashion Merchandising /Executive Secretarial Phone 343-2435 or fill out the coupon for details on the courses and the FREE MONEY that's available. BUT HURRY . . . classes start July 8! W«st Virginia Carttr ColUgt at Charleston Capitol and L«« Streets Phone 343-2435 COUPON NAME STREET CITY Phone Introducing the carpet that's guaranteed six times longer than your car. Heavenly blue! Velvet! Acrylic! Random shear! Indoor/outdoor! Wool! Sandy cove! Tufted! Nylon! Cut loop! Olefin! . · . 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It's available in ten exciting decorator colors, that were designed to enhance the beauty of any room that meets your fancy. The space age fiber it's made of. Marvess® Olefin Fiber, makes it easy to clean and gives it the strength to take just about any punishment.yqur family and friends can dish out. Built-in foam rubber backing ^prevents carpet stretching as it 'adds luxury feel. It has two layers of carpet comfort that won't lay down on the job. A new carpet technology gives it two. wearing surfaces, for longer life, and the built-in foam rubber backing provides a MARVESS OLEFIIM 1 sr, . · Unique, tight construction eliminates, pilling,prevents dirt build-up and reduces cleaning time to a minimum. Test Walk our St. Tropez line of the Million ; Dollar Carpet at one of the GFI dealers listed below, or call us toll-free at 800 : 631-0886 for the name of the one « nearest you. You could win 3 a classic 1954 Rolls Royce-'Silver Dawn. , : Only $5.95 a square yard. 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Eye 300 Valley Drive (304) 253-3345 BUCKHANNON Appliance Furniture Mart *8 Spring Street (304)472-5200 CHARLESTON Arrow Rug Co. 410 Summers Street (304) 346-5337 Glenn Paint Company 1265 Oakhurst Drive (304) 346-0685 Kanawha Valley Rug Route 5, Box 648 (304) 346-1778 CHESAPEAKE Holbrook's Carpets 11920MacCork!eAve. (304) 949-1351 ELKINS The Elkins Fum. Center Route 250, P.O. Box 647 (304)636-4283 LOGAN CW Carpet House (304) 752-1441 MORGANTOWN Martins Appl. Carpet Ctr. 3461 University Avenue (304) 599-2100 Royal Furniture Co. 146 High Street (304) 296-4428 NEW MARTINSVILLE Riggenbach Tile Linoleum 801 Third Street (304) 455-1221 NITRO Classic Carpets 2901 29th Street (304)755-5401 PARKERSBURG Sid's Furniture Mart 300 Market Street (304) 485-7437 ST. ALBANS Lawson's Decorating 1822 Kanawha Terrace (304) 727-4377 Towne Country Furniture 51 Main Street (304) 727-6971 West Vlrainia Kitchens Appl. 6426 MacCorkle Ave. S.W. (304) 768-9771 SOUTH CHARLESTON General Floor Company 715 Oakes Avenue (304) 744-3494 WESTOVER Cindy's Furniture Appliance 874 Fairmont Road (304) 292-8441 WHEELING Cooey Bentz Company 3601 Jacob Street (304) 233-0750 Custom Carpet 360 National Road (304) 232-3730 L. S. Good Company Main Street (304)233-1100 Stone Thomas Main Street (304) 232-3344

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