Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 27, 1972 · Page 60
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 60

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 27, 1972
Page 60
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10K--August 27, 1972 nm/«v (.axeUe-Mait _ -Ch«rl*slnr, West /lr«lnl» Dawson-Rockivcll Cook-Rowe The betrothal of Miss Jo\ce Carolyn Dawson to H u g h Knckuel! Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. I l u c h Rickwell JM-. of Garfield Heights. Ohio, formerly of St. Albans, ha.* boon announced hy her pa mils. Mr. and Mrs. A. .lack Dawson of Charleston, A December \vcf'"'''if. is boms planned. Miss D;n\istin is a graduate of Charleston High School and a t t e n d e d West Virginia l i i . - t i l i i i e of Technology. She i cmplo\L'd by iiie Wet V i r g i n i a Department of Finance and Administration. Her f i n a n c e , a g r a d u a t e of St. A i b a t i s H i g h School, received a K. S. deurre in accounting from M o r r i s H a r v e y C u l l i g e and is em- JOVCK DAWSON ployed by the State Department of Highways. Duran-Dixon Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Duran of St. Albans are an- n o u n c i n g the engagement of t h e n - d a u g h t e r . Diane Jean, t o Deuey W. Pi.xon. son of Mr. and Mr.c. Dewey J. Dixon of Locan. Wedding plans are incomplete. Miss D u r a n graduated from St. Albans H i g h School and is a sophomore at M a r s h a l l Univ e r s i t y . Her fiance, a graduate of Logan Senior High School, is a junior at West Virginia I n s t i t u t e of Technology, where he is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon social fra- ternitv. DIANE DURAN Meadows-Houston CYNTHIA MK.\no\vs Planning a wedding for 7:30 p.m. on Sept. C9 at the Farrar Memorial Baptist Church in Rand are Miss Cynthia Marie Meadows, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M a l c o l m Meadows, a n d John Randall Houston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Houston, all of Belle. The Rev. John Kendrick will officiate. Miss Meadows and her'fi- a n c e are graduates of DuPonl High School. She graduated from Center College and is employed by the Stale Deprtment of Finance and Administration and he is employed by United Distributors, having graduated from Carver Technical Center. -Brown D I A N A SKILES Mr. and Mrs. James E. Skiles of Bakers Fork are announcing the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Diana Margaret, to Keith Allen Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Brown of Cinco. The open-church wedding will take place at 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 9 in (.lie Spradling Gospel Tabernacle and the Rev. Carl Rider will officiate. Miss Wanda Parson will serve as maid of honor and Miss Carolyn Skiles will be bridesmaid for her sister. Mike Proctor will be best man. Miss S k i l e s graduated from C h a r l e s t o n High School. Her fiance graduated from D u P o n t High School. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Simmons of D u n b a r are announcing the engagement of t h e i r d a u g h t c r. Lynda Louise, to W i l l i a m H. Ellis Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Ellis Sr. of 909 Central Ave. The wedding will take place Nov. 3 in the First Baptist Church of Dunbar. Miss Simmons graduated from Dunbar High School and is employed by the \Vosi Virginia Tax Department. Her husband attended Stonewall J a c k s o n High S ' . I M H I ! and served wit.h the N a v y . Ho is employed by B. F. Shaw Piping Contractors a! ;hc John Amos Power I.Y.MIA S I M M O N S 'lanl. Birth S j v n A. ' - . -vj, Rf. 5. C r ,n "i '.' cr V-9 MXJ. 7, !W V, r. fl r d V r v L H r r v L P ' *. h pr, R t. ' ,'o" Pd , P:, P!Ms*nt, Au9. 18- .O'r fl 1 "^ f/,r^ Lvlf R. Dflvil, Rf. 1, ,V ,;tno, Auo W, g;rl. '.'r fl'-fi Vet-, f.i*org*» D Rrhrbough, ' " ' " '.V.m 1-i nf]*o f ST , jf , J^uq 19, girl. '." ftnrt V " J^mp*. E Kmq, 708-N V. r . f T i r t P,-) St XHb^nr.. Aug. 19, boy. I.... 7'u " ,r".-r-;-, ,;-,, ^ r - , /, uC) 2C. q.rl. j%'T"-, '.'.- ,md ,V,rs Jac^ Dprin, 170 ' " ' · · -"i H'- ;·."-.'. i..v.«i, .hji.- :»(). hcv ' . · · · · · -J Vi-. S f l f v , r l E l S-Art*-,, · ' · - · · . . . v . -,-. '·'··'' " '."' -V -1 .'·- r.3,'1 Prpr.t, v ^ - - - * - ' I M, 1 "C"'"- S' , A jg. ?, The approaching marriage of Miss Sarah I/)rcna Cook !o James Neil Rowe, son o( Mr. and Mrs. William E. Johnson of Norman Drive, has been announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin T. Cook of Campbells Creek Drive. The open-church wedding is planned for 2:30 p.m. on Nov. 4 in Spring Fork Baptist Church with the Rev. Arlie Cook of Roanoke, Va., uncle of the bride-elect, performing the ceremony. Miss Roberta I^ynch will serve as maid of honor and bridesmaids will be sisters of the future bride, Mrs. Loretta Jesse, the Misses Georgia. Donna and Betty Cook. Her fiance's niece, Lisa Gail Rowe, and brother, John David Johnson, will be flowergirl and ringbear- er. The prospective bridegroom will have his brother, Robert L. Rowe. for best man and ushers will include three other brothers. Ernest Rowe. Thomas E. Johnson and Paul A. Johnson; and Everett C. Crockett. Miss Cook and her fiance are graduates of DuPont High School and she has a _B.S. degree in journalism "from West Virginia University. A social service super- Moredock-Grant Mr. and Mrs. John 0. Mo- rodock of Lyndale Drive are announcing the engagement of their daughter. Mary Kalherine, to Russell Joseph Grant Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell J. Grant of Parkersburg. The double-ring ceremony will take place Dec. 30 in Blessed Sacrament Church and the Rev. H. V. Cann will officiate. Miss Moreriock graduated from George Washington High School and is a senior special education major at Radford College. Her fiance attended St. Joseph Prepalory Seminary in Vienna and will complete work toward a degree in philosophy at Wheeling College in December. MARY .MOREDOCK Cook-Turne JOYCE COOK r The Rev. Lee While will perform the 7 p.m. ceremony on Oct. 7 in the Oakwood Baptist Church when Miss Joyce Lynn Cook becomes the bride of Timothy Robert Turner. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard G. Cook of Rt. 2 and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest F. Turner of Wilshire Place. Attending the bride-elect will be Mrs. Pamela Cook as matron of honor; Holly Gilpin Cathy Stewart and Linda Smith as bridesmaids. Miss Cook and her fiance are graduates of George Washington High School, and she is employed by the Board of Education. He is attending Center College and is employed by Heart-0-Town Motor Inn. Sneed- MARY SNEED OAK HILL-Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sneed of Oak Hill are announcing the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Mary Ellen, to Eugene C. Adkins. son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett J, Adkins of St. Albans. The open-church wedding will take place at 7 p.m. on Sept. 30 in the Jones Avenue Church of God here. The Rev. Wade Austin will officiate. Miss S n e e d graduated from Collins High School and is employed by the West Virginia Department of Highways. Her fiance served two years with the Army and is employed by West Virginia Neon Petroleum Chemicals Co. Zales breuied up o great price for UUest Bends percolator F- i v p r n n v e n i e m wav« tn hit ZALES* Edelblute-McNeill Snod^rass-Cleveland LORE.VA COOK visor in the foster care unit of the West Virginia Department of Welfare, she is a member of the Spring Fork Baptist Church. The future bridegroom, a m e m b e r of the same church, has completed a tour of duty with the Army, has earned a B.S. degree in natural science at Morris Hp-vey College, and now is a graduate student in pharmacology at the WVU Medical Center. GALLIPOLIS. Ohio-Mr, and Mrs. Edwin G. Edelblute of Gallipolis are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Meds Sue, to David Brian McNeill, son of the Rev. and Mrs. R. E. McNeil of C h a r l e s t o n W. Va. An Oct. 21 wedding is planned. Miss Edelblute is an honor graduate of Cedarville College, where she was sweet- h e a r t of Alpha Chi F r a t e r n i t y . She is employed by the Beavercreek School System in Dayton. Her fiance, a sophomore dental student, is concurrently doing pre-doctoral work in education at West Virginia University. He has a B.A. degree from West Virginia Wesleyan College and an M. A. degree from West Virginia University. He is a member of the WVU LaCrosse team, Theta Chi MEDA EDELBLUTE social fraternity and Psi Omega dental fraternity. Dailey-Cutlip C 7 ALEXANDRIA, Va.-Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Martin Snodgrass Jr. of Alexandria are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Lora Jean, to Roger Wells Cleveland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Cleveland of Charleston, W. Va. The wedding will take place at 4 p.m. on Oct. 14 in the Immanuel-on-the-H i l l Episcopal Seminary Chapel here. The Rev. Ben L. Somerville will officiate. Miss Snodgrass graduated from Francis C. Hammond High School here and has an A. B. degree in secondary education from West Liberty State College. She teaches history in Baltimore, Md., and is working toward a master's , degree at Johns Hopkins University. Her fiance g r a d u a t e d from Charleston High School and Concord College. He is a former employe of the West Virginia Department of Communicable Diseases and of the Coca-Cola Co. in LORA SNODGRASS Charleston. He will enter his second year at Virginia Theological Seminary here in September after completing a chaplain- cy program at a mental hospital in Atlanta, Ga. SUMMERSVILLE-Mr. and Mrs. Warren' F. Dailey of Summersville are announcing the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Judy Ann, "to David A. Cutlip, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Cutlip of Gassaway. The open-church wedding will take place at 2 p.m. Oct. 28 in the First United Methodist Church in Parkersburg. The Rev. R. Blaine Detrick will officiate. Miss Dailey g r a d u t e d from Sutton High School. She attended West Virginia University and is employed in Parkersburg as a dental assistant. Her fiance g r a d u a t e d from G a s s a w ay High School, is a Vietnam veteran and will .be a senior physical education major at Marshall University in the fall. He is employed by Par- Jarrell-Laird BARRETT-Mr. and Mrs. James Patkin Jarrell of Barrett are announcing the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Emma Jane, to William Robert Laird, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Laird of Pittsburgh, Pa, The wedding will take place on 7 p.m. on Sept. 30 here and the Rev. Orville Belcher will officiate. Miss Jarrell graduated from Van High School and attended Beckley College. She will enter Morris Harvey College to study childhood education. H e r fiance g r a d u a t e d from Mount Lebanon High School and attended Robert Morris College in Pittsburgh. He is employed in the engineering department at the Harris Mine of Eastern Associated Coal Corp. Use Want Ads. Dial 348-4848 JUDY DAILEY kersburg Community College. Wolf or d-F arris Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Wolford of Vine Street have announced the engagement of their daughter, Jodie, to Joe Farris, son of Emile Farris of Washington Street and the late Mrs. Melba Farris. Miss Wolford graduated from Melbourne High School in Melborne, Fla., and attended the Melbourne Beauty Academy. Her finance was educated at Charleston High School and Morris Harvey College. JODIE WOLFORD Row Can I? Q. What is the best way to- keep the locks on my doors in good working order? A. Best for this arr shots of graphite powder, obtainable at any hardware store--and do this at Irasl: once a year. Load pencil point shavings can he used as a lubricant, too. Q. How can I discourage tarnish on my silverware? A. One of the simplest preventives is thorough rinsing after washing. Even the slightest tingp of soap residue invites tarnishing. There's more for SCHOOL at Moore's... More VARIETY More QUALITY More COLOR More STYLE School supplies of oil kinds, all on the ground level across from the Library . . . 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