Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 30, 1974 · Page 60
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June 30, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 60

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Pamela Kaye Ellis, Stephen Ellis Wed MADlSON-Tfae Madison Baptist Church was the setting here Saturday for the marriage of Miss Pamela Kaye Ellis to Stephen Henderson Ellis. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Ellis Sr. of Madison and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F Ellis of Charleston. Officiating were the Rev. MRS. S. H. ELLIS . . . former Pamela Ellis Andrew Hohman of Charleston and the Rev. Richard Mahan, cousin of the bride of South Charleston. The bride was given in marriage by her father. A musical program was provided by organist, Bert W. Bojtie, and soloist, Mrs. Robert F. Byus, both of Madison. Matron of honor was Mrs. Harry M. Hatfield of Madison, sister of the bride, ^nd bridesmaids included Miss Connie Ellis and Miss Tonya Ellis, of Charleston, sisters of the bridegroom. Miss Janie Soloman, cousin of the bride and Miss Mary Jane Copley, both of Charleston. Miss Susan Thabet, cousin of the bride, Miss Patty Clay and Miss Debbie Mazzatta, all of Huntington. . JUNIOR BRIDESMAID was Kelly Ellis of Charleston, sister of the bridegroom. Kristi Mahan of South Charleston and Marina Huguenot of Madison, cousins of the bride, were flowergirls. Ring- bearers included Mark McClure of Madison, cousin of the bride, and David Ford of Charleston, cousin of the bridegroom. Patrick Miller of Atlanta, Ga. served as best man. Ushers included Charles W. Ellis, brother of the bride, Harry M. Hatfield, brother-in-law of the bride, and Saba W. Ellis Jr., cousin of the bride, all of Madison, Jim Farley and David Plantz and David Ellis and Billy Ellis, cousins of the bridegroom, all of Charleston. Junior usher was Oscar Michael of Charleston, cousin of the bridegroom. After a reception at the Riverview County Club in Madison, the couple left for a wedding trip *.o Myrtle Beach. S. ·c. * * * THE BRIDE is a graduate of Marshall University where she received a bachelor's degree in marketing and was a member of Alpha Chi Omega Sorority. She is employed in · the buyer-training program at the Diamond in Charleston. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Michael Sadd and the, late Mr. Sadd and the late Mr. and Mrs. William Ellis, all of Charleston. Her husband has a bachelor's degree in banking and finance from Marshall, where he was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. He is associated wiiii Elco Plumbing and Heating Co. in Charleston. He is the grandson of Mrs. Henderson L. Sutherland and the late Mr. Sutherland and Mrs. Robert E. Ellis and the late Mr. Ellis, all of Charleston. The couple will make their home at Terrace Park East Apartments in Charleston. Regina Moales Wed In Garden Service MRS. M.L. BARIDO . .former Regina Moales Tfce garden of Mr a«d Mrs, Earrie R. Moales of Qukk was the setting for the marriage and reception of their daughter, Miss Regiaa Lu- Vaughn Moales, to Mitchell Louis Barido, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Barido of Pinch. With the Rev. Carl Rider of Elkview officiating, the bride was given in marriage by her father. Organ music was furnished by Rhonda Maloney, cousin of the bride. Vicki Dodd of Idaho, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor and bridesmaids included Karen Medley, Sharon Striek- er, and Mary Kay Moales, sister-in-law of the bride. Flow- ergirl and riagtaearer were JUi Hunter a»d David MsuV aey. coNtsus of the bride, * « * . PHIL PALEY served as best man and ushers were Rocky Holland, Joseph Moales and Jeff Moales, brothers of the bride, Marty Maloney, cousin of the bride and Richard Barido, brother of the bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs. Barido are graduates of Herbert Hoover High School and he is serving in the Air Force. He has completed technical training in missile electronics. Following a wedding trip to Hawaii, the couple will live in Little Rock, Ark. Carmen Townsend Is Bride United in marriage Saturday at St. Paul's United Methodist Church in Nitro were Miss Carmen Marie Townsend and David John Kostelansky. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Townsend of Nitro and he is the son of John Kostelansky of Charleroi, Pa. and the late Julia Kostelansky. Officiating were the Rev. James B. Arbogast and the Rev. Leroy 0. Beyer. Nuptial music was provided by Miss Susan Toney. organist, and Mitchell Lavender, vocalist. Miss Gay Gilbert of Rom- vJiey, served as maid of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Lynn Townsend of Pensacola, Fla., sister-in-law of the bride, and Miss Anne Anderson and Miss Marie Javins, cousin of the bride, both of Nitro. * * * JUNIOR BRIDESMAIDS. included Miss Terri Javins of Nitro, cousin of the bride, and Miss Natalie Hill of Kingsport, Tenn., niece of the bride. Flowergirls were Kimberly Hill and Pamela Hill of Kingsport, nieces of the bride. Douglas Skaff of South Charleston served as best man and ushers included Richard L. Townsend of Pensacola, brother of the bride, Richard Frum of Cross Lanes, Rodney Clay of Charleston Steven Frome of Clarksburg and Robert Mullen of Charleroi. The reception was held at . the Lake Cheweva Clubhouse in Cross Lanes. Following the reception, the couple left for a honeymoon trip to the Greenbrier Hotel and a tour through Europe. * * * THE BRIDE is a graduate of West Virginia University and has a degree in secondary education. She teaches math at Andrew Jackson Junior High School. Her husband graduated from WVU with a degree in business administration and is employed as the director of the Governor's Manpower Office of West Virginia. He is working on his master's degree in public administration at West Virginia College of MRS. D. J. KOSTELANSKY . . .former Carmen Towntend Graduate Studies. The couple will reside in Cross Lanes until their house in Lexington Estates, Hurricane, is completed. Mary Ann Romagnoli Wed MRS.S E. NAYLOR . . : former Mary Ann Romagnoli . Miss Mary Ann Romagnoli, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred V. Romagnoli of 824 Central Ave., became the bride of Stephen Edwin Naylor, son of Mrs. Irene Naylor of Rensford Star Route, and the late Mr. James H. Naylor, .at 1 p. m. on Saturday in St. Anthony's Church. The Rev. John Lipinski offficiated and music was provided by Mary Ann Giordano and Tom Marchio. ·'·{'. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Fred D. Newman of .Charleston was matron of honor for her sister and bridesmaids wefei.Mrs;' Winston P^Hali of jBljac^fe burg, Va,, another sister, v and Miss Patsy Naylor of Charleston, sister of the bridegroom. * * * JERRY W. NAYLOR of Charleston, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Ushers were Donald K. Naylor of Charleston and Joseph Romagnoli of Brooklyn, N. Y., the couple's brothers. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C. They will live at 518A 41st St., SE; Mrs. Naylor is a graduate of Mercy Hospital .School of Nursing, 1 Pittsburgh, Pa., arid is a'student-at; Morris Harvey : College. She is employed by Charleston Area Medical Center, Memorial Division. ,.; Her husband served with f the Navy four years and is employed by Kanawha Valley Power. He attended Marshall University and also is a student at MHO.' SPECIAL SAVINGS AFOOT LADIES'SHOES Regular 12.98 to 24.98 Pamela Bonar Is Married Col. and Mrs. Robert L. Bonar of St. Albans have announced the marriage on Saturday of their daughter, Pa- mela, to Rick Dillon, son of Mr: and Mrs. Clark D. Dillon, also of St. Albans. The Rev. Jesse T. Woodward officiated at the Abney Street Church of God. ' · · - ; Mrs. Goldie Barker, organist, accompanied the; soloist, Linda Barker, and the bride was given in marriage by her father. A MRS. RICK DILLON , . .former Pamela Bonar MRS. PAMELA Adams was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Deborah Stephens, sister of the bride, and Joyce Smith. Heather Stephens, niece of the bride, was the flowergirl. Sam Adams was best man and ushers were Dempsey Totten. Charlie Lemon and Robert Bonar, brother of the bride. Roger Scott Dillon, -nephew of the bridegroom, was ringbearer. After a reception in the basement of the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Greenbo Lake State Park in Kentucky. ,- ' .·."'' v · ' * * * · SHE GRADUATED from St. Albans High School and has a nursing degree from Morris Harvey College. She is employed as a registered nurse at Thomas Memorial Hospital. Her husband, a graduate of Winfield High School, is employed by Union Carbide in South Charleston. The bride's father is superintendent of, the State Department of Public Safety. 6 90 1 to IT Naturalize* ·Cobblers · Life Stride Miss America · Bass · Hush Puppies MEN'S iUMMER Shoes Reduced 30% or more Boys' and Young Men's Young Men's Sport Shirts Regularly »8 to M 3 ^ A 3 99 ANHUAl SUMMIR Famous name, easy to co-ordinate long and short sleeve sport shirts in solids and fancies. Permanent press, contour fit. Sizes S, M, L, XL. Young Men's Pants, Jeans Regularly MO to M 2 2" .10 99 Guffless and cuffed casuals in solids and farcies. Sizes 30 to 38, M, L, XL lengths. :.·-·/ 908 Quarrier Miss Burdette Wed In Baptist Church With the Rev. Milla.rd R. Mitchell officiating Friday at the Calvary Baptist Church of Nitro, Miss Sheila Faye Bur- iims. w. K. LEWIS m .. farmer Sfcfc 0«r*fi« dette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen P. Burdette of Nitro, became the bride of William K. Lewis 111, son o! Mr. and Mrs. William K. Lewis Jr. of St. Albans. Music was provided by soloist Karen Lett, pianist Eddie Taylor and organist Vicki Dillon. The bride was given in marriage by her father. * * « MISS'PAULA Hawley was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Joyce Foster. Sherry Arbogast and Joan Lewis, sister of the bridegroom. Kelly McFarland was flowergirl and ringbearer was Chris Young. Arnold Given served as best man and ushers included Eddie Null, Keith Cotrill, and Ralph Bagtey. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, S. C. They will make their home hi Nitro. HANDBAGS Reduced 25% Young Men's Sport Coats Regularly '30 to '60 now... 14.99 to 44.99 Double knits, wovens, solids and fancies. Single and double vented .backs. 38 to 42, regulars and longs.; ' sill Special Group Young Men's Suits Regularly J 5 5 to $ 105 41 M *78 79 Boys' Sport Shirts Regularly $ 4 to *9 ALL SUMMER GARMENTS Now % toft Off Now... 1.99 to 6.79 Permanent press, solids and fancies. Button front and pullovers. 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