Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 17, 1975 · Page 38
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 38

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 17, 1975
Page 38
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·C--Augutl7,197S C«*eite-JfftiI Cynthia Parsons, Jeffrey Boyles Wed Miss Pamela Ann White Bride of Joey Caruthers RIPLEY - United IB marriage Saturday at Epworth United Metbodist Church here were Miss Cynthia Lynn Parsons and Jeffrey Lee Boyles. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Wayne Parsoos of Ripley and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Boyles of Spencer. MRS. J. B. CARUTHERS . . . former Pamela Ann White Miss Pamela Ann White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. White of Belle, became the bride of Joey B. Caruthers. son of Mrs. Harold Atkins, also of Belle, on Saturday in the Judson Baptist Church. The Rev. William Millar officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Phyllis Vickers and Mrs. Jeannie Kuhn. The bride was given in marriage by her mother and step-father. Teresa Artinger was maid of honor and DeLana Williams was matron of honor. Sandy Sutphin. Jil Meadows and Toni White were bridesmaids and Tracy White, Lisa White and Wendy White, cousins of the bride were flowergirls. bearer. Shawn Williams was ring- Suzanne Marie Cook Bride of Terry S. Fink JIM CLAY served as best man. Jeff Fuhrmann of Virginia, Neil Caruthers, brother of the bridegroom, Tom White, the bride's uncle, and Windell Morrison were ushers. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Hawk's N'est State Park. They will live at 1601-C West 48th St., Norfolk, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Caruthers are graduates of DuPont High School. She has an associate degree in computer science from Morris Harvey College, where she was a member of Alpha Xi Delta and Alpha Lambda Delta and was a cheerleader. He is a physical education major at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, where he is a member of the basketball team. MRS. T. S. FINK . . . former Sutanne Cook SAVE on this BRIDAL Special! ONLY $50 AVAILABLE IN WHITE OR YELLOV GOLD The First Presbyterian Church in Charleston was the setting Saturday for the marriage of Miss Suzanne Marie Cook and Terry Stephen Fink. She is the daughter of Juanita S. Cook and Paul C. Cook, and his parents are Mr. . and Mrs. Robert Fink, all of Charleston. The Rev. J. Harrell Harper performed the ceremony and the bride was given in marriage by her father. Harriet Rubin provided a musical program. Matron of honor was Mrs. Lisa Kingston, sister of the bride and bridesmaids were Kimberly Fink and Rene Fink, sisters of the bridegroom. Serving as best man was Lenny Hudson of Charleston and ushers included Steven L. Cook, brother of the bride, and Mark B. Marion, of Fort Leavenworth, Kan., cousin of the bride. A reception followed the ceremony in the church. Engagement* Told Ashley-Burgess An Oct. 11 wedding at McKinnon Memorial Presbyterian Church is being planned by Miss Beverly Joyce Ashley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Ashley of Washington Street, and John M. Burgess, son of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Burgess of St. Albans. Miss Ashley is a graduate of Dunbar High School and Concord College and is employed at Union Carbide. Her fiance graduated from St. Albans High School and is a student at West Virginia State College. He also is employed by Union Carbide. Fawcett-Gardner was Tern- Hathaway of ViUiamstown, cousin of the bridegroom. * * * MIKE PUBSLEY of Spencer served as best man and junior best man was Alex Parsons of Ripley, brother of the bride. Ushers included Jack D. Garrett II, Mike Wines, David Garrett and Gordie Haverty. all of Spencer. Following a reception in the fellowship hall d the church, the couple left fora ho- neyowon in Virginia Beach. They will live in Ripley. The bride, a graduate of Ripley High School, will attend Parkersburg Community College. Her husband graduated from Spencer High School and received an AS. degree in retailing from Parkersburg Community College. He is employed at Hardman's Home Center in Spencer. ^---- · 1 need to WAIT I week--2 weeks! 24 HOUR SERVICE DEVELOPING and PRINTING of all KODA-COLOR FILM! MRS. J.L. BOYLES . . .former Cynthia Par$on$ The Rev. Basil Hensley performed the ceremony and the bride was given in marriage by her parents. Music was provided by Dana Miller and Mrs. Ellen Goodwin. Maid of honor was Miss Debbie Boyles of Spencer, sister of the bridegroom, and bridesmaids included Tia Ord, Kim 0'- Connell, Pam Tolley, all of Ripley and Christy Parsons of Spender. Flowergirl CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING! Over 150 mouldings from which to choose ALL 3 LOCATIONS! Bring In 10a.m. Monday Pick- up 10 a.m. Tuesday 1 DAY SERVICE! NEWBROUCH PHOTOGRAPHY HALLMARK CARDS M 12 Kon. Terrace, SI. Albans 727-7911 343-2*21 201IStTttt,$«.ClMi. 744.245* MRS. R. M. HALL . . . former Mary lain Mary Zain Wed To Robert Hall Sacred Heart Co-Cathedral was the setting at 5 p.m. on Saturday for the wedding of Miss Mary Hedba Zain, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jamil Paris Zain of 1529 Jackson St., and Robert Michael Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 0. Hall of Morgantown. The. Rev. Jonathan Williams and the Rev. James Menkhus officiated. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore her mother's wedding gown. Cherie Ann Zain was her sisters' maid of Cherie Ann Zain was her sister's maid of Barnes, Cathy McQuaide, Kathy Knap and Cathy Edgloski. Cathy Hall, sister of the bridegroom, was flowergirl and his nephew, Timothy Murray, was ringbearer. * * * FRANKLIN MURRAY was best man for his brother-in-law. Ushers were Kenneth W. Hall, Norman Love, Robert Booker and Harry Zain. Following a reception in the West Virginia room of the Civic Center, the couple left for a wedding trip. They will live in Morgantown. Mrs. Hall is a junior majoring in physical therapy at West Virginia University. Her husband is a junior accounting major at WVU. ouponSak! f^_ _ rN_i_ OPEN I 4 Days Only SUNDAY C'lDynqlU 1975 PfiS Inr | piece goods shop 4 DAYS ONLY POLYESTER INTERFACING YDS. FOR PRE CUT IN 5 YD. PCS. 23" · Compare at 9Qc Yard LIMIT 15. YDS. PER CUSTOMER : The engagement of Miss Phyllis Gail Fawcett and Phillip Wayne Gardner, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Gardner of Parkersburg, is being announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. Fawcett of Louden ' Heights Road. A Dec. 27 wedding in the First Presbyterian Church is planned. The bride-elect is a learning disabilities T) o r* V\ O T» O teacher at Worthington Elementary' UdjI Udil d School in Parkersburg. Her fiance is an ac-f.rQuakerSUteOiHnBe.pre. METAL ZIPPERS C Guaranteed. Choose 7" or 22" lengths. A rainbow of colors. LIGHT WEIGHT SCISSOR piece goods Looking forward to a whole fresh approach to fall. The Cardone suedes blend ease of the wedge with delicacy of fine detailing, whether in a sling, pump, or T-strap. Now is the time to outfit yourself with a pair of these delicious fall shoes. from the top: oxford prey or rust sling-hack, black or taupe pump, t o r - toise patent wedge T-strap in navy with tortoise patent wedge. 34.00 the pair qoorrier at hale Married Saturday afternoon at the Witcher Baptist Church were Miss Barbara Elizabeth Clay, daughter of Mrs. David E. Clay of Belle, and Daniel Preston Atkinson, son of the Rev. and Mrs. John S. Atkinson of Pipestem, piece goods shop 4 DAYS ONLY QUALITY NYLON FOR 4 DAYS ONLY ENTIRE STOCK SEWING NOTIONS (OFF , [THRU AU6. THRU (Up to $5.00 value.) PER CUSTOMER goods shop 11 piece goods shop 4 DAYS ONLY LIMIT 10 YDS. PER CUSTOMER ¥4" 4.1" CELLOPHANE WRAPPEI ELASTICS 25 C EOOD\ ' THRU AUG. ·REG. to 70C VALUE HURRY! LIMITED TIME! GOOD ONLY WITH THIS COUPON piec_ goods shop MRS. D. P. ATKINSON . . . former Barbara Clay The father of the bridegroom officiated, along with the Rev. .Dwight Thornton, anc organist Debbie Carte accompanied the soloist. Karen Atkinson, cousin of the bridegroom. * * * PAMELA CLAY of Belle was her sister's maid of honor and bridesmaids were Kim Atkinson of Pipestem, sister of the bridegroom. Biddy Nelson of Belle, Tona Neal of Gauley Bridge and Susan Allen of Clarksbrug. Barney Atkinson of Beckley. cousin of the bridegroom, was best man and ushers were Frank Hicks and Elmore Nagye of Beckley. Glenn Parker of White Sulphur Springs and Jim Clay of Belle, brother of the bride. ~~ * * * A RECEPTION followed at the church. The couple will reside in Beckley. She graduated from DuPont High School and Concord College and is employed by the Greater Beckley Christian Schools in Prosperity. Her husband, a graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School, is a senior at Concord College. 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