Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 30, 1974 · Page 62
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June 30, 1974

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

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L?/nn Yerrid Married Apple Doll Workshop Is Planned Plan Open House Celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary with an open house from 2 lo 5 p.m. July 7 at their home, 201 Green Valley Dr., will be Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Browder Sr. They are lifelong residents of St. Albans and are charter members of the Highlawn First Church of God. He is a retired building contractor. They have eight children. Mrs. Reba Longer and Jack of Lake Worth. Fla.. Mrs. Gladys Sanson of Waverly. Ohio. R. C. Jr. of Greenwood. Ind.. Tom of Tampa'. Fla., Pat Jarvis. Betty Ruch and Rachel Mecum of St. Albans. With UK Rev. Gearge Sfefc- eea a»d the Rev. Jim Mea- kiias co-offkiatiag Saturday at St. George Orthodox Church. Miss Yicki Lynn Yer- rid became the bride of James Joseph Earth Jr. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Yerrid of Virginia Avenue SE. and his parents are Mr.and Mrs. James J. Barth Sr. of Summit Drive. A musical program was provided by Mrs. Connie Choueiri. organist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Maid of honor was Miss Andres Yerrid, sister of the bride, and bridesmaids included Miss Judy Barth, Miss Denise Husson, Miss Loretta Haddy, Miss Delores Stewart, Mrs."Anne Marie Schafter, Mrs. Doaaa Yoeke, Mrs. Diaaaa Yernd, Mrs. Elaine King and Mrs. Shafeca Bryant. * * » JEFFREY BARTH served as best man for his brother, and ushers were David Parker. Nathan Haddad. Sheffey Yerrid, of Charleston and Turn Parker of Beckley. After a reception at the church activity building, the couple left for a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach. S.C. The bride is a graduate of Charleston High School and Marshall University. She is a teacher at Belle Elementary School and a member of the Order of the Eastern Star Salina 81. Shum 'II Bir Club. Her husband is a graduate of St. Albans High School and the University of California at A wxwtsfcop to uiaie dried apple dolls will be sponsored by the Kanawha County Extension Homemakers Guwxril.' It will begin at 1 p.m. July 11 at Camp Virgil Tate. Mrs. Virginia Duckworth of the West Virginia Arts and Crafts Guild is the instructor. Enrollment in the workshop, open to the public, will be limited to 20. Fee for the workshop is $3 which includes the cost of all materials. O.^ks should be sent to Kanawha County Cooperative Extension office. 404 Kajaawha Shxt E. CfcariestoiB nxay b* had by calling 1. Further information 348-7116. MRS. J. J. BARTH JR. . . . former I'icki Yerrid Cyprus, Calif. He is employed by the Charleston Urban Renewal Authority. The couple will reside at Chilton Manor. r Rachel Ruben Catering Service Wedding Receptions Ml 343-7*31 WIGOTIQUE M MAIN STREET ST.ALiANS fall.. .VERYVERY FASHIONABLE BODIN KNITS in swingy / soft, all new separates from Bodin Apparel in fantastic fall colors. SIZES 8 to 20 WIGS GIFTS COSMETICS JEWELERY HAIR PIECES 4:30-5:00 MON. TUES.TNW. Fit. SAT. 9:30.1:00 WB. OUR GREAT "IN SEASON DRESS EXTRAVAGANZA it Reception Honorees Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Cooper of Orgas, Boone County, will be honored at an open reception at their home from 4 to 8 p.m. July 6 as they celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. The reception will be given by their children: Mrs. Betty Jo Payne'of Charleston; Mrs. Edna Mae Long of Woodbridge, Va.; Mrs. Lucille Supanski of Chicago, 111., Mrs. Pearl Hoover and Anderson Cooper of Barboursville. Married July 12,1924, at Tyler Mountain, she is the former Delia Fields and he is a farmer and retired miner. They have 16 grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren. McVey-Melton Rite Held on Saturday ·\'. ' . ' · ' · · · , *j · - Miss Diane Sue Melton. daughter of Mr. and Mrs: Russell Melton of 126 Garrison Ave., became the bride of Robert Eugene McVey. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. McVey of 1608 Brewer Ave., at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the Cathedral of Prayer r Baptist Church. The Rev. Marvin B. Melton officiated and music was provided by Janet Her- mansdorfer and Debbie Jones. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Karen Cochran was maid of honor. S h e l l y Peters a n d - P e g g y Guinn were bridesmaids and Monica B r a d e n and Gary. Walker were flowergir! and ringbearer. . * * * RICHARD SLATER was best man for his cousin."Ushers were Michael Melton, brother of the bride, and Allen McVey. the bridegroom's brother. Following a reception at the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge, the couple left for a wedding trip to Florida. They will live at 4830 Spring Hill Ave.. South Charleston. MRS. R. E. Mcvey . . .former Diane Melton Mr: and Mrs. McVey are graduates of Stonewall Jackson High School. She is employed by the Kanawha Valley Bank. He is a student at West Virginia State College and is e m p l o y e d by P i t n e y and Bowes. FOOTWEAR BY PAPPAGALLO 9.99 .« 16.99 values to 29. Good selection of Styles and col ors in Heels, Flats and Wedges Second Floor. ·2T Not just a Summer Clearance . . . but a Huge Selection of Dresses and Jacket Ensembles, Pantsuits, Wardrobers and Longs Famous round Represente Sizes for Misses, Junior Miss Half Sizes We've combined all the great styles we've shown this season with many, many specially purchased top reorder groups ... and these are from only our best makers to offer you every smart look in the summer 74 fashion scene. Great savings too, and all this at a time to give you months of summer wearing. DRESS CIRCLE--Second Floor shop mondays and f ridoys 10 To 9 · other weekdays i 0 to 5

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