Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on September 3, 1972 · Page 46
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 46

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, September 3, 1972
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ept. X 1972 Sunday ( - Charleston,West V!r.«lnl» -Priscilla Grotty Bride Of Charles Selvey III Reach 50th Milestone Open house w i l l be observer! from 2 to 5 p.m. on Sept. 10 as Mr. and Mrs. G. R u f f n e r Cochran celebrate t h e i r golden wedding anniversary in their home at 4006 Maiden Dr. They were married Sept. 7, 1922 in Portsmouth, Ohio, by the Rev. Charles K. C h a n d l e r , and have made their home in Maiden for 50 years. She is the former Hazel M u l l e n s of Charleston, and he is retired from Libbey-Owens- Ford Class Co. after 28 years service. Hosts for 1he reception w i l l be t h e i r nieces and nephews. Lawn Ceremony Held */ Friday at Scott Depot Miss Priscilla Ann Crotly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Crolty Jr. of South Charleston, became the bride of Charles Boyd Selvey III. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boyd Selvey Jr. of Fayelleville, "at '2:30 p.m. Saturday in the First Baptist Church of South Charleston. The Rev. James E. Cunningham, uncle of the bride, and the Rev. Daniel S. Light officiated. .Music was provided by Mrs. Kenneth Pugh and Mrs. Ann Batruci. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an empire A-linc gown of white satin and peau d'Ange lace designed with a high neckline and bishop sleeves. A wide The Rev. Robert Melton performed the double-ring ceremony Friday evening on the lawn at the home of Mr. and A I M S . 0. M. STEORTS . . . jnrmer Ctiniliia Chandler Mrs. II. F. Williams at Scott Depot when their granddaughter. Miss Cynthia Lynn Chandler, became the bride of George Michcal Steorts. She is the daughter of Mrs. Joan Ch?ndle'- and T. K. Chandler, and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. William W. Steorts, all of St. Albans. ik *. i* GIVEN IN marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length empire gown of polyester peau with lace and satin trim, and designed with a scoop neckline and long sleeves. A petal headpiece held her-fingertip veil of illusion and she carried her mother's prayer book with a marker of white roses and babys breath. Miss Robin Chandler served as maid of honor for her sister and another sister, Tracy Joan Chandler, was flower- girl. Buck Steorts was best man for his brother. GRADUATES OF St. Albans High School, Mr. and Mrs. Steorts left for 1 a short wedding trip following a reception at the Williams home. On their return, they will reside on Furlong Avenue in St. Albans. The former Miss Chandler attended Morris Harvey College. Her husband, who is employed by the State Department of Highways, studied at Marshall University. Prenuptial showers honoring the bride were given by Mrs. Kenneth Hill, Miss Robin C h a n d l e r , Mrs. William Steorts, Mrs. Ruby Aquino and Mrs. Ernest Powell Jr. MRS. (:. K. SKIA'EY III . . . f o r m e r I ' n u c i l l n Crottu band of matching lace bordered her chapel-length mantilla and she carried white daisies, baby's breath and pink sweetheart roses. * * * MRS. RICHARD Crotly was matron of honor for her sister-in-law arid maid of honor was Miss Kathy Shabdue. Miss Lynn Moulton was bridesmaid and Miss 'Peggy Selvey, sister of the bridegroom, was junior bridesmaid. Jill Myers and Christopher Selvey, brother of the bridgegroom, were flowergirl and ringbearer. The bridegroom's father was best man. Ushers were David Selvey, his brother, Richard Crotly, the bride's brother, Joseph Soltys and Jim Wilson. FOLLOWINX! A reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip. They will live in Charlotlesville, Va. Mrs. Selvey graduated from South Charleston High School and has a B.A. degree in speech from Morris Harvey College. She is a former em- ploye of Myers Transfer and Storage, Inc. Her husband g r. a du a t e d from Fayetteville High School and has a B.S: degree in biology from MHC. He also is a graduate of Beckley College. He is a former employe of Snodgrass Funeral Home. Joyce Kidd, John Lappin Marrfedf MRS. .1. ,1. LAPPIN . . . former Joyce Kidd 50th Milestone IS 1 ear for Pair Mr. and Mrs. Britt Sleele will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary quietly | Tuesday at their home on Michigan Avenue. Married Sept. 5, 1922, she is the former Miss Hazel Schoolcraft of Ben Lomond, and he is retired from the Gulf Oil Corp. They are parents of two children, Mrs. Juanita Black- \vood of Charleston and Robert Clinton Steele, now the Rev. Nicholas of the Assyrian Orthodox Church in Boston, Mass. Miss Joyce Renee Kidd, daughter of Melwood E. Kidd of 1976 Kelmont Lane, and the late Mrs. Wanda Kidd, became the bride of John Joseph Lappin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lappin Jr. of Toms River, N.J., at 8 p.m. Saturday in Parson's Chapel. The Rev. William Albright, chaplain of Morris Harvey Coltege, officiated and music was provided by Miss Peggy Snuffer. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length gown of eyelet embroidered cotton styled with a tailored bodice, lace yoke, puff sleeves -and a full skirt with a ruffle border. She wore a matching circular veil cape fashion and a pair of antique gold earrings, which belong to the bridegroom's mother. On her mother's Eastern Star Bible, the bride carried a red rosebud and white baby's breath. She fashioned her dress as well as those of the attendants. JOYCE CHRISTY was maid of honor and Maureen Corley was bridesmaid. K e n n e t h Brown of Pittsburgh, Pa., served as best man and Rob- Wedding Stationery ert Suttilz of Gie : "Rockf' N.J., was usher. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to the East Coast. They will live at 40 River Ave., Island Heights, N.J. * * * MRS. LAPPIN graduated from Morris Harvey College wltfi a B.A. degree in psychology and was a m$mt«r of Gamma Delta Phi social »- rority. · ' ··'.' Her husband also is » graduate of MHC. He received a B.A. degree in political science and sociology and was a member of Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity. He is employed by Ocean County. 622 VIRGINIA ST. EAST Phono 344-2349 DIAMONDS-THE MAGIC INGREDIENT IN A FASHION TIMEPIECE! Elgin, 8-diamond baguette $ bracelet watch, 17 jewels 00 Illustrations Enlarged ZALES NAfe've got the whole world working for you Five convenient way* to buy: * rales Custom Ch*r»" Bjnl*Amfficard · Matlcr Celebrate Anniversa On A n y . 26 Mr. and Mrs. Okey Harrison of 12 M r i r k Lane, Cross Lanes, celebrated their 50th w c i l d i n j r anniversary. They are l i f e lonjr residents "!' K a n a \ v h a County and members of the Cross I - a n c s I ' n i t e d Methodist Church. Married in ' ' h a r i i ' s t o n . .Mrs. Harrison is the former A l i c e Faber. l l o - h u s b a n d is a former employe of Colu m b i a Carbon (las Co. They are the parents of six c h i l d r e n , Keibort and Sattis of Scott Depot: Mrs. Lavel Mondy of Charleston; Okey Jr. of C h a t t a n o o g a . T e n n . ; Mrs. Gladys Duval'l of Toledo. O h i o : and Mrs. Sara Harrison of Fairfax, 12 grandchildren and ]7 prreat- Enrollments Now Being Accepted ?/,./,-,,,,,,//:, . ./. ,,,///,,/ x /,,,,/ ,-,, ( / / « ;·/,·.) /«,, ^ ' ' -I ___:;-·; y ;.;·:· 1 : 343-8933 Sears

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