Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 11, 1976 · Page 57
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 57

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 11, 1976
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Wnt Virgin* Laura Aldridge Married Saturday to David Kerns Rebecca Kelly Weds Thomas Samson MRS. DAVID P. KERNS ..former Laura Jane Aldridge HUNTINGTON- The Fifth Avenue Baptist Church here was the setting Saturday when Laura Jane Aldridge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James N. Aldridge of Lesage, became the bride of David Palmer Kerns, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Kerns of St. Albans. The Rev. David L. Caprico officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Harold Rose, organist, and Miss Teri Shelton. vocalist. Mary Elizabeth Aldridge served as maid of honor for her sister. Mrs. Charlotte Gardner, another sister, Karla Miller, Kathy Shinkle, cousin of the bride, and Lisa Reeser Emmons were bridesmaids. * * SHERWOOD KERNS served as best man for his brother. Stephen Kerns, another brother, James N. Aldridge Jr., brother of the bride. David Hannah, Jim Hannah, and Dan Gardner, brother-in-law of the bride, were ushers. Following a reception at the church, the couple left on a wedding trip (o Wrightsville, N. C. They will reside at 2055 Benedict Circle in St. Albans. Mrs. Kerns graduated from Barboursville High School and Marshall University where she received an A. 13. in Spanish and language arts. Her husband, a graduate of St. Albans High School, is presently attending West Virginia State College. He is employed by the Appalachian Power Co. Miss Rebecca Louise Kelly, daughter of Mr. ahd Mrs. Ralph L. Kelly of South Charleston, became the bride of Thomas Lee Samson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Samson of Fairborn, Ohio, Saturday in the First Presbyterian Church of Charleston. The Rev. William Benfield officiated The bride was given in marriage by her father. Marcia Diane Kelly served as maid of honor for her sister. Attendants were Audrey Tatro of Sycamore, III., and Margaret Solberg of South Charleston. Charles Samson served as best man for his brother. Michael Haas and Frederick Knott were ushers. Following a reception at the church, the couple left on a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach. S.C. They will reside in Columbus, Ohio. Mrs. Samson is a junior at Wittenburg University. Her husband attended Dayton Technical School and is employed by the federal government at Fort Hayes. · · . *· Barnette, Robert Semder Marry ' » MRS. ROBERT SENDER ...former Mary Katherine Barnette Miss Mary Katherine Barnette, daughter of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Anderson L. Barnette of Pt. Pleasant, and Robert Semder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Semder of Valley Stream, N. Y., were married at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Trinity United Methodist Church. The Rev. Harry Jenkins officiated. Music was provided by Joseph Marino, soloist, accompanied by Maryann Giordano, organist. .The bride was given in marriage by her father. Jackie Walker of Bluefield, cousin, of the bride, was matron of honor, and' Brenda Shrader of Princeton, another cousin, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Eileen and Cathy Semder of Valley Stream, sisters of the bridegroom. Dee Dee Bivins, Lana Meadows and Debbie Marino, all of Charleston, and Yoland . Marino of Hammonton, N. J. Pam Surface of Bluefield served as flowergirl for her cousin. * * * JOE SEMDER of Valley Stream served as best man for his brother. Ushers were Don Barnette of Pt. Pleasant, brother of Miss Linda Joyce Gralev t i Larry M. Rogers Marry Linda Joyce Graley. daughter of Norman Graley of Shrewsbury'and Mrs. Rachel Graley of Chelyan, and Larry Michael Rogers, son of Mrs. Betty Rogers of Miami and the late Mr. Don Rogers, were married at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the Ronda Apostolic Church. The Rev. James H. Shelton officiated. Music was provided by Mrs. Donna Thomas, organist. Mrs. Patty Priddy. Carla Williamson and Michael Thomas, vocalists. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Norman Graley Jr. Brenda Graley served as maid of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Joyce and Debbie Rogers, sisters of the bridegroom. Mrs. Janice Dolin. aunt of the bride. Sandra Lynn Porter and Mrs. Loraine Ray. Susan Hickman, niece of the bridegroom, and Christina Graley, niece of the bride, were flower- girls. Pete Rogers served as best man for his brother. Jimmy and Timmy Rogers, also brothers. Ellis Foster, brother-in-law of 'the bridegroom, Kim Scites and Michael Ray served as ushers. Mark Timothy Sansom was ringbeafer for his aunt. Following a reception at the home- of Mr. and Mrs. Monte Sheiton! the couple left on a wedding trip to Virginia. They will reside in Chelyan. Mrs. Rogers, a graduate of Elkhart High . MRS. LARRY M.ROGERS ...former Linda Joyce Graley School in Elkhart. Ind., is employed by Winter Floral Co. Her husband, a graduate of East Bank High School and Carver Career and Technical Center, is a licensed minister of the United Pentecostal Church. He is employed by Bethlehem Steel Corp. Engagements Announced Tamplin-Peterson St. John's Episcopal Church will be the setting at 2 p. m. Aug. 7 for the marriage of Miss Delilah Jean Tamplin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Tamplin of South Charleston, and Randall W. Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Robert Peterson of Alum Creek. The bride-elect is a junior at St. Mary's School of Nursing and her fiance, a graduate of West Virginia University, is in graduate school at WVU. Runions-Honaker ROBERTSBURG-A wedding at 7 p. m.' Aug. 21 at Hometown is being planned by Miss Ella Louise Runions. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Runions of Robertsburg, dnd Cecil C. Honaker Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Honaker Sr. of Hometown. The bride-elect is a graduate of Buffalo High School and is employed by Heck's at Hurricane. Her fiance is employed by Honaker's Garage at Hometown. ANNEDIE'S JULY CLEARANCE (IN ALL 4 ROOMS) SALE THRU JULY17TH LADIES' WIGS $000 LADIES' SPORTSWEAR NAME BRANDS 20»50% DISCOUNT OPEN TONIGHT TUESDAY'TIL 9P.M. Many Bargains Throughout our Shop ANNEDIE'S 483H*«CORKllAVt.S.W.SPRINGHILlPHONI768.3214 OPOIIIOIl*THURS.9to9-rUES,MO. f FRl r SAT.9to5 ·ANKAMEIHCMD.4IASTR CHAICMAY-A-WAY Ask About Our Charge Man the bride, Abe Hudnall, Michael Mallon, John Finlayson and John Robertson, all of Charleston, Rick Smith of Amityville, N. Y., and Paul Manley of Greensburg. Penn. Kenneth Semder of Valley Stream, brother of the bridegroom, served as ringbear- er. Following a reception at the ballroom of Morris Harvey College with music provided by the Bob Cole orchestra, the couple left on a wedding trip to the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania, and Valley Stream, N. Y. They will reside at 106 Roxalana Hills Dr., Dunbar. Mrs. Semder graduated from Charles: ton High School and Morris Harvey College. Her husband graduated from Valley Stream Central and Morris Harvey College. He is employed by Shawnee Hills Regional Center. Hall-ReiRh Ceremony Held ·:** MRS. T.L. SAMSON ...former Rebecca Louise Kelly and music was provided by Mrs. Donald Furry, organist, and Charles Samson, soloist. Miss Tina Marie Reign, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ungerof Berkeley Springs, and Robert Wayne Hall, son of Mrs. and Mrs. Robert Hardy Hall of Woodvale Drive, were married at 7 p.m. Friday in , Oakridge Bible Church. The Rev. Larry Connors officiated. Miss Lisa Hunt was pianist and Mrs. Joseph Weaver soloist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride had Mrs. Brenda Robinson, sister of the bridegroom, as her matron of honor. Robert Hardy Hall .Ir.'was best mnn for his son. Following a reception in the social hall of the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Twin Falls State Park! They will reside at 1623 Woodvale Dr. The bride attended.Potomac State College and is employed at Clothes City. Her husband gradated in May from Potomac- State College with an associate degree in agriculture technology. He is employed at Young's Inc. 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Shift gown, sizes P-S-M-L 15.00 Long Gown, sizes P-S-M-L 21.00 Pajamas, sizes 32 to 38 20.00 Short Coat, sizes 32 to 38 21.00 Long Coat, sizes 32 to 38 28.00 Matching Scuffs, sizes S-M-L 6.50 Petite Slip, sizes S-M-L average and long 7.50 Bikini, sizes 4 to 7 3.75 Briefs, sizes 4 to 7 4.00 Bra, sizes 32 to 36 B and C cup 8.00 LINGERIE- Second Floor ALSO AVAILABLE RALEIGH MALL, BECKLEY HIGH HEELS LOW HEELS FLATS PLATFORMS 2,000 PAIRS-YOU'LL LOVE THEM ALL. $090 $1Q90 FORMERLY 16.99lo 29.99 Shoes for fashionable women 236 CAPITOL ST.- the ultimate in luxury and elegance all beautifully packaged in stunning new Cameo bottles and boxes ·Youth and Beauty Perfume, 2-oz. 7.00; 4-oz. 12.00 Powdered White Shoulders, 9.00 Travel and Refill, 7.00 Luxury Soap, 8.50 COSMETICS-Street Floor

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