Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 11, 1976 · Page 56
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 56

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 11, 1976
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2E -July 11. 1976 Sunday Guett*MaU Crurtnfeiv Ktit Vlrjinl* Husson-Joseph Wedding Performed on Saturday Vickie Summers Becomes Bride of James Hash III rilKVlchratcoOth.Vniiivorsary MRS. G. C. JOSEPH . . . formefDenife Human Friday Vows t Join Couple Kose Mary McDonough, daughter of Roy J. Chapman of Rand and the late Mrs. Mildred Chapman, and James H. Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. James K. Jones Jr.. of Charleston, were married at 7 p.m. Friday in the Bream Memorial Presbyterian Church. The Rev. John G. Parks officiated. Mrs. Jeannie Audia served as matron of honor. Rose Ann McDonough, daughter of the bride, was flowergirl. Richard A. Casdorph served as best man. Following the ceremony, the couple left on a wedding trip through West Virginia. Mrs. Jones, a Charleston High School graduate, is employed by the comptroller's department of the CP Telephone Co. Her husband, a graduate of Stonewall Jackson High School, presently attends West Virginia State College and is employed by the West Virginia State Department of Natural Resources. Hints for Food "For soft cooked, fried, poached, scrambled and hard boiled use only clean eggs with no cracks. TOLEDO. Ohio - St. Georges Orthodox Cathedral here was the setting for the wedding Saturday of Miss Denise Carole Husson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C. Husson of Charleston. W. Va., to George Christopher Joseph, son of George Oscar Joseph of Toledo. Officiating ministers were Metropolitan Archbishop Phillip Saliba, Archbishop Michael Shaheen, Rt. Rev. Anton Koury, Rev. Fr. Elias Saba, Rev. Fr. Alexi Karram, Rev. Fr. Gerasimos Murphy and Deacon Andrew Kallil. Louis Husson, uncle of the bride, sang accompanied by Hilda Hildebrand, organist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Deborah Bertran was matron of honor for her sister. Miss Janice Yerrid, aunt of the bride, was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Laurie Darah and Miss Cludia David, cousins of the bridegroom; Miss Darby Keeney and Miss Andrea Yerrid. cousin of the bride. Denise Karrip was junior bridesmaid, and Corrine Ann Darah, cousin of the bridegroom, was flowergirl. Paul M. Joseph was best man for his brother. Ushers were Mark Husson, brother of the bride; Bradley Joseph and Craig Joseph, brothers of the bridegroom; Oscar Joseph III and Richard Joseph Jr., cousins of the bridegroom. David Joseph was junior usher for his brother. After a wedding dinner and reception at the University of Toledo Student Union, the couple left for a wedding trip to the West Coast. They will reside in Toledo. Mrs. Joseph, a former secretary with the West Virginia Department of Education, graduated from Charleston High School and attended- Morris Harvey College. Her husband attended the Wharton school of finance at the University of Pennsylvania and is now enrolled in the school of law at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He is associated with the Oscar Joseph Stores. Inc. Miss Vickie Sue Summers, daughter of Clive D. Summers of Mountain Road and Mrs. Freda Edens Summers of Elkview, was married Saturday to James B. Hash III, son of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Hash Jr. of Danese. The Rev. Ray Fink officiated for the lawn ceremony at the home of the bride's mother. The bride was given in marriage West Virginia Institute of Technology with a degree in management and is a supervis- er for the State Department of Highways. Mr. and Mrs. Walter E: Morrison of 130 Willow St., East Bank, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Monday. Mrs. Morrison is the former Belva Patrick of Standard. . An open house'will be held from 7 to 0 p.m. given by their children: Ronald E. Morrison of Pratt; Mrs. Edward A. Bel- fondo of West Paterson, N.J.; Robert L. Morrison of East Bank and Mrs. Roy A. Gilkeson of Charleston. They have seven grandchildren.. The Morrisons also will be guests of honor at a dinner at Country Road Inn at Zela today. MRS. JAMES HASH III ...former (''icfci'e Sue Summer* by her father and a reception followed at the home. Greg McVey furnished the music. Mrs. Deborah Wilson was matron of honor and Jennifer Summers, niece of the bride, was the flowergirl. The bridegroom had his father as best man, Michael Johnson seated the guests and the ringbearer was Jeffrey Edens, cousin of the bride. The couple will honeymoon in Cincinnati and will reside at Rt. 3i Box 3, Elkview. She attended Morris Harvey College and is a secretary for the State Department of Welfare. Her husband graduated from Care Free Styles For Summer ^9-535.00 R S9 .S50.00 Reg. 525.00 - . S 9 . . NaturalCurl TreasureChest Placenta Phis and Style - h«t KlivOlf d - I Frost o / j , HOLLYWOOD BEAUTY SHOP ~ ' 71 (FIFEST. 342-4542 OPfHEVENWCSBYAPPOIIMHT.MOIIOAY-TlISOAY-THRSIlAY-FliBAr The place to vacation this summer. A comfortable drive away (less than five minutes from Interstate 64) is a world of excitement at the 5-Star Greenbrier. And it can be yours at a daily rate of $52.50 per person, double occupancy,' in a spacious, air-conditioned room, including a full breakfast from a menu of over 70 items and an eight-course gourmet dinner. (Special rates for children in parents' room.) You'll enjoy a tradition of hospitality most hotels can't offer- impeccable housekeeping, with twice- a-day maid service and nightly turn-down . . . your every desire anticipated and met by a staff of 1200, to whom service is still an art. Enjoy fun-filled'days that include some of the best sports and leisure activities anywhere: three challenging For reservations or information on Golf and Tennis Sports Packages, as well as special Family and Honeymoon Packages, see your travel agent or call S. H. Odell. toll free, at (800) 624-6070. Effective dates for daily rates and packages, now thiough November 10.1976. ' Service charge and tax excluded. 18-hole golf courses, each beginning and ending at the Golf Club: one of the world's finest tennis complexes, with 15 courts outdoors and five indoors. Plus platform tennis, outdoor and indoor swimming, riding, carriage rides, trap and skeet fields, bowling, bicycling, shops to browse and complimentary evening movies: the famous mineral baths and massages at the Spa. Daily supervised children's programs are available from 10;a.m. until 10 p.m. Exciting evenings abound at the exclusive Old White Club. Come for complimentary hors d'oeuvres at the daily "happy hour!' Stay for dancing and -»ntertainment. While Sulphur Springs. West Virginia 24986 John S Lanahan. Presiden: and Managing D;reclor Represenied by Robert F Warnei.lnc £.V.£. early value event up to 25% off new fall LEATHER COATS It's the real thing baby, leather. The kind of coats you want to be seen wearing this cold, cold winter. And why not get your favorite now at a big 25% savings! You'll find jackets, pant coats, street lengths and more in genuine leather and pigskin in trimmed and untrimmed styles. What more could a gal ask for? And the savings, you'll have to come see the collection to believe your eyes! All new fresh styles that make a girl feel like a girl. And the size range, why we have leather for everyone. Sizes 5 fo 15, 6 fo 20 and 14 Vi to 24 Vi. Come in now and set your sights on a great fall and winter... now at special savings. from'59 to $ 199 Values fo $250

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