Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 11, 1976 · Page 61
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 61

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 11, 1976
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7E -July 11, 1976 Sunday Gaaette-MaU 1- Ct»rtti(wv W«l Virginia Bridal, Birthday Lure Visitors Here Married 54 Years Out-of-town guests attending the Saturday wedding of Mary Barnette and Robert Semder were, Mr. and Mrs. Heinz Semder and family of Valley'Stream, N. Y.; Mrs. Harry Diehl of Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mrs. Wayne Marr of Clarksburg, Md.; Mrs. Margaret Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barnette and Paula Barnette, Mr. and Mrs. John Barnette and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shrader and Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Surface, all of Bluefield; Mr. and Mrs. George Fisher of Pt. Pleasant; Mr. and Mrs. Warren King of Salem, Va.; and Mrs. Roger Surface and Cathy Surface of Ballard. Miss Barnette was honored with a shower given by Miss Lana Meadows and Miss Dee Dee Bivins: a bridesmaids' luncheon given by Mrs. Donald Kinneer; and a rehearsal dinner given by the parents of the bridegroom. The six daughters of Mrs. Clara May Hall of Miami will gather at her home today to honor her with a birthday dinner and family reunion. Attending will be Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ferrell and sons, John and Tom, all of Jacksonville, Fla.; Mrs. Eleanor Eggleston of Wyandotte, Mich,; Mrs. Dorothy Noel and sons Kenny and Steven; Mrs. Marcie Greathouse of Indi- ana; Mrs. Clara Lane Stinnett of Dawes, and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Kayser of Columbus, Ohio. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Turner over the holiday weekend were their children and families: Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Turner of Tulsa, Okla.; Mrs. and Mrs. R. E. Turner and son Tommy; Mr. and Mrs. James Turner and sons James Dean and David, and Betty Parkins, her husband and children Pamaula, Kristy and Sammy. Daniel Watkins and her two children of Dayton, Ohio. Dr. and Mrs. Steve Hutchins of Memphis, Tenn., have been the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Plott of Edgewood. Before returning to Memphis, they visited Sea Pines Plantation on Hilton Head Island, S. C. Mrs. Robert Edele and son Jimmy of Denver, Colo., have returned home after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dawson of Swarthmore Ave. Also visiting was another daughter, Mrs. Charles Meadows of Findlay, Ohio, her son, Eddie of Bangor, Maine, her daughter, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fisher will celebrate their 54th wedding anniversary July 18 with an open house at their home in Grapevine near Sissonville. They were married July 19. 1922. She is the former Trillie Hughart of Tappers Creek and he is a retired Ashland Coal Co. employe. They are the parents of Mrs. Lillian Slain, Moody Fisher and Johnny Fisher, all of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Clarence Fisher of .New York; Mrs. Linda Parrigo of /Milwaukee, Wis.; Mrs. Nancy Bottker of Maryland, and Billy Fisher of Charleston. They have 17 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. Cool end soft summertime walking. Miss Kathv Carnell Smith » Bride of Walter Edmond The Rev. Merlin Provance officiated Friday at the Davis Creek Church of the Nazarene when marriage vows were exchanged by Miss Kathy Carnell Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith of Greenland Circle, and Walter Howard Edmond. son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Barber of South Charleston. Denise Salisbury, Harriet Rubin and Her husband, a graduate of South Charleston High School and Ben Franklin Career and Technical Center, is employed by Bob Hudson Builders. Use your Bonk Americard or Mostercharge Soncbbttes 343-1013 Stroll anywhere comfortably. Specially contoured arch, foam padded insole, cupped walking heel. Cool, lightweight. Super for summer. Choose from white, beige or blue." . --LS J I I fashion specialists u in sizes 18 to 60 and16'/2to32'/2 SPfCMl PURCHASE 2-PC. and 3-PC. DENIM KNIT DRESSES FANTASTICALLY PRICED! SPECIAL SIZES 16/2 to 24/2 Terrific looks with casual snap. Jacket dresses and sharp skirt-blouse-jacket combos all with meticulous detailing ... all in easy-care polyester knit denim. We show just two from our newly arrived group in denim blue. u STOUT SHOPPE Moil orders please add 75 postage p'usJ^c su?es/ 768-73ZS-OP91 10-5:30 Thirs. 10-8:30 MRS. W. H. EDMOND . . . former Kathy Smith Leon Hudson furnished the rrjusic and the bride was given in marriage by her father. Cheryl Snodgrass was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Kim Smith, sister of the bride, and Kathy Tyree. Lesley Lowman. Alana Georga and Julie Holbrook were the flowergirls. ROBBY HUDSON, cousin of the bridegroom was best man and ushers were Chuck Cunningham and Tommy Morgan. Timmy McAvoy was the ringbearer. After a reception in the church fellowship hall, the couple left for a wedding trip to Cincinnati, Ohio. They will reside at 916 Meadow Dr.. South Charleston. She graduated from George Washington High School and Carver Career and Techr nica! Center. 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