Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 11, 1976 · Page 62
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July 11, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 62

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·\. - ., · :;. Julv 11, 1976 Sunday b . Wttt Vlr^nl* Lamp-Crimmel Ceremony At Abney Street Church MRS. CLARK G. LAMP II ...former Barbara Jean Crimmel Miss Barbara Jean Crimmel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. Crimmel, became the bride of Clark G. Lamp 11, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clark G. Lamp, all of St. Albans, on Saturday in the Abney Street Church of God. The Rev. Jesse T. Woodward officiated and music was provided by Robert Pfau accompanied by Mrs. Peggy Jo Pridemore. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Joyce Northeimer served as matron of honor for her sister. Sarah and Elizabeth Lamp, sisters of the bridegroom, were bridesmaids. Tom Eads was best man. Karl Ellis, Bart Hillenbrand, John Northeimer, Jack Radar and Jeff Urban served as ushers. Xazarene Church Scene Of Harris-Chandler Vows · Miss April Chandler, daughter of Mrs. Armelia Chandler of Dutch Hollow Village MRS. MICHAEL C. HARRIS ...former April Chandler and Henry Chandler of Dunbar, and Michael G. Harris, son of Mrs. Barbara Harris of Institute, and the late Mr. James L. Harris, were married Saturday in the Institute Nazarepe Church. The'Rev. D. S. Marshall officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Barbara Saunders and Mrs. Romona Jackson. / The bride was given in marriage by her father. Debora Lipscomb served as matron of honor for her sister. Crystal Chandler, another sister, Lilly Kelly, and Lindi and Suzanne Harris, sisters of the bridegroom, were bridesmaids. James Harris III served as best man for his brother. Mark Harris, another brother, Ronald Walker, cousin of the bridegroom, William Lipscomb and Jack Chandler, brothers of the bride, were ushers. A reception followed at the home of Mrs. Ruby Woodson. The couple will reside at 501 Elm St.. Institute. Mrs. Harris is a senior at West Virginia State College. Her husband is employed by the Carbide Tech Center in South Charleston. Hints for Food A whole ready-to-cook turkey usually provides more meat for the money than a boned, rolled turkev roast. Eggs held in the refrigerator for a long time may develop off-flavor and lose some of their thickening and leavening power. Following a church reception, the couple left on a wedding trip to Pipestem State Park. They will reside at 107 Caroline Circle in Hurricane. Mrs. Lamp graduated from St. Albans High School and Morris Harvey College. She is employed by the Kanawha Valley Bank. Her husband, also a St. Albans graduate, is presently attending West Virginia State College. He is employed by Buffalo Manufacturing Co. Engagements Announced Larmoyeux-Kent Miss Patricia A. Larmoyeux. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larmoyeux of South Charleston, and Robert R. Kent, son of Mrs. Winona B. Kent of Grafton and the late Mr. Gordon Kent, will be married in ' the fall. The bride-elect attended Marshall University and the University of Maryland. Her fiance attended West Virginia University. Both are employed by the West Virginia Department of Welfare. Keeney-Munoz OAK HILL-The engagement of Miss Pamela Keeney to Thomas Frank Munoz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Munoz of Pea Ridge Road, has been announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Keeney of Oak Hill. Miss Keeney will be a senior at Collins High School this fall and her fiance, a graduate of Collins High, is employed by the Westmoreland Coal Company's 5 mine. Bridal plans are incomplete. Lcgard-Cunningham Miss Cynthia Gail Legard. daughter of Mrs. Juanita Little Legard of Chilhowie, Va.. and James Robert Legard of Vinton. Va., will be married Sept. 11 in Emory, Va.. to Robert Milton Cunningham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Newlin B. Cunningham of Charleston.. « Miss Legard and her fiance are graduates of Emory and Henry College. He will study for a master's degree in business administration at the College of William and Mary this fall. VILLAGE WARDROBE \ ummer Junior and Contemporary Fashions Orig.S6toS16 Orig.S17toS26 Orig. $12 to S36 Orig.$16toS22 Orig.$24to$32 Orig.S9 to S 12 .T, 0 T WAG* S 90 ,.!? 90 y^io 90 / .'...S 98 , 7" Swim Suits ori g .si6to$22 9 to 13 Dresses ori g .s28to$44 19 t 0 26 PantSUitS Orig.S34to$46 15 to LL Raincoats ong.s6oto$64 29 Vo x (\ 206 Capitol Street-Charleston, WV Open Mon. Fri. 9:30 to 9 - Tues. Thru Sat. to 5 St. Albans Plaza, St. Albans, WV Open Mon. thru Fri. 10 to 9- Sat. 10 to 6 Miss Droullard, Patrick Bond Marry ··16 Miss Mary Kathryn Droullard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Droullard of Severna Park, Md., became the bride of Patrick Ayres Bond, son of Robert and Anita Bond of Charleston, at 4 p.m. Saturday in the First Presbyterian Church. The Rev. William A. Benfield and the Rev. Bernard E. Vanderbeek officiated. Music cyon Findley of Philadelphia, Pa., was flowergirl. Robert W. Bond served as best man for his son. Gregg D.' Gorman, Michael L. Cox and Douglas Bobbitt of McLean, Va., were ushers. Following a reception at the Kanawha Country Club the couple left on a wedding trip to The Homestead, Hot Springs, Va. They will reside at 1321 Virginia St. E, in Charleston. Mr. and Mrs. Bond are graduates of West Virginia University and both are employed by the West Virginia Workmen's Compensation Fund. 's Picture Framing 32'/2 Capitol St. Charleston, W.Va. PHONE--343-2881 Open 9 to 4 MRS. P. A. BOND ...former Mary Kathryn Droullard was provided by Jon Cavendish, soloist, accompanied by Shirley Furry, organist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Julia Ann Droullard of Severna Park served as maid of honor for her sister. Kathleen Bond of Washington D. C., sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Gregg D. Gorman were bridesmaids. Hal- Travel News We will be glad to chronicle your comings and goings, your visits and visitors. Call the Gazette W o m a n ' s D e p a r t m e n t , 348-5175. 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