Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 24, 1975 · Page 26
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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 24, 1975
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A large group of ChariestonuH were in Glade Springs Saturday for the wedding and reception at Mr. and Mrs. Clarence B. Kugler IV. Tbe bride, the former Lissa Mahler, has been prominent in women's golf circles in West Virginia. Among those attending from here were Mrs. J. Horror Davis. William M. Davis, Mrs. Nan Nash Grosscup. Mrs. Thomas H. Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Dial, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Graff Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Latelle M. LaFollette. Mr. and Mrs. Kelley E. Reed Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Schwaoe II. Mr. and Mrs. W. Holmes Shaver and daughter. Susan; Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Thomas Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ray DePaulo. Miss Ann Hayne, Jay Myers. Mrs. Barbara McCalhim. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nolan. Mrs. Henry E. Payne, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Bonwdl, Miss Barbara Given. Fritz Renner and R.F. Goldsmith. . Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Tutwiler, Jr.. of Indianapolis. Ind.. were here for their niece's wedding, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Tutwiler III and Warren C. Tutwiler. their sons and daughter-in-law. Attending from Philadelphia were Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Kugler HI. Mrs. Charles Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. N.T. Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Philip D. Castner. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Taylor, Paul Harron, Mr. and Mrs. Guerdon H. Sauter. George Hanley, John H. Lawson Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Mullen. Jamie Hoover and Iain Gallon. Also. John Weltmer, Buffalo, N.Y.; Robert Gibson. Chicago, 111.; Miss Marie Hunter and Miss Clarence Hunter, Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Graef, Margate City, N.J., Donald S. Merry and Hank Blum of Denver. Colo. COUSINS WHO attended from Florida include Mr. and Mrs. David G. MacMillan and sons. Randy and Ronnie of Vero Beach: Mr. and Mrs. Philip M. Snyder, Jr., and Mrs. V.C. Smith of Palm Beach. And Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Porter Jr., Washington. D.C.: Mr. and Mrs. Gale Catlett and daughter. Krista, Cincinnati, Ohio: Mr. and Mrs. William C. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. L,H. Tutwiler and son, Rick, of Pittsburgh, Pa. Also attending were Mrs. Joan Stover Kemper, Silt, Colo.; Mrs. Manning Muntz- ing. Potomac. Md.; Mrs. Nancy Graney Caperton and daughters, {Catherine, Nancy Mason and Mary Gaston, Charlottesville. Va.; William M. Kidder, Englewood, N.J., Robert S. Mohler, Jr., Phoenix, Ariz.: Miss Molly Paurice, Fort Wayne, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. John Kashner, York, Pa.: Miss Caroline Hornor, Clarksburg; the Misses Sally Carroll and Sue Vail of Wheeling: Mr. and Mrs. Roger B. Stedd, Paris, Ky., and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ressa. Forty Fort. Pa. The couple were widely entertained before their marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Hulett C. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Tieche entertained with a wine shower and picnic at the Tieche home in Beckley. Mrs. Ross P. Daniel of Beckley had a luncheon at the Glade Springs Club. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Susman entertained Thursday evening with a dinner dance at their home on Tally Ho Road in Beckley. Mrs. Sarah Hunt Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. John H. McCulloch and Dr: and Mrs. Charles W. Merrill were hosts at a brunch Friday at the Cunningham home, and the Friends, Relatives Gather For Weddings _ . . _ . . E___ A _ r*L«wlapf AHIOMC ^m/incf ttui i -I .J:«.AM u4£. lu^LI **l Ikn Tmraatxii i · i- D^LA^A T If^^lk^i4r«r fnmwrlvn Piilif fl rehearsal dinner was hosted by the bridegroom's father that evening at the Glade Springs Club. A brunch Saturday was hast- ed by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Booth, Dr. and Mrs'. C.A. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. James Songer at the latter's home in Glade Springs, and today, out-of-town guests will be entertained bearsal dinner was held at the Seventeen Restaurant in WinfieM, Former Charlestonlans among the guests were Mrs. T.L. Dotsoo of St. Petersburg. Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thrush of Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Rob- MR. AND MRS. CLEO HUNT of Dart- ert GougbAour of New Jersey and Mr. and mouth Avenue have returned from a four- Mrs. A.A. Goughnour of South Carolina. wee k stay in Europe. They visited Eng- Charlestonuns who attended the wed- land. Italy, Germany, Belgium, Holland ding on Saturday in Brookhaven, Miss., of NJ to Robert L Kohlbeeker, formerly of Charleston. His late father was feneral manager of the Owens-Ubbey-Oweas Gas Department. The marriage took place July 12 in BridgeUm. Mr. and Mrs. Milan Howard of Whittier, Calif, .former residents of Ctariert*. are visifag friends aid relative* in the area. White here they will attend the Stth adversary "fetation of the WectmiMter Presbyterian Church. Howard was a principal of the former Owens School by Dr. and Mrs. Warren D. Elliott and Mr. and Mrs. John B. Long at the Long's villa at Glade Springs. CHARLESTONIANS who attended the wedding on Saturday of Catherine French Collins and Andrew Berkley Trimmer in Richmond, Va., are Mr. and Mrs. Willis W. Moore Sr.. Mr. and Mrs. Willis W. Moore Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Denver Bird, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Collins, Mr. and Mrs. C.P. Beatty. Mr. and Mrs. James Mason, Mrs. Burton Isaac. Miss Martha Lee Isaac and Miss Mildred Cristy. Miss Mary Eliza Phillips and Donald E. Kirkpatrick are his parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred McCartney and his sisters Candace and Cynthia McCartney. Also present were his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Jones of Fayettevjlte, and his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. William Milkr of Columbus, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Sutler of Charleston entertained with a dinner for the wedding party and out-of-town guests at the Bulvarian Room at Deep Creek Lake in Maryland after the rehearsal held for the wedding of their son, John Floyd Chandler, and Donna Sue Goff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Goff of Swanton, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Pearcy Halstead of Montcoal, parents of Gary Wayne Halstead, entertained with a dinner at the Terrace Room in Oak Hill preceding the rehearsal for the wedding of their son and Zella Irene Higginbotham. Cindy L. McCormick entertained with a bridal luncheon for the wedding of her sister Toby Lee McCormick, and Frank Pino Jr.', held Saturday in Winfield. The re- and Luxembourg. It was a combination business and pleasure trip for Hunt who is associated with Union Carbide International. Among out-of-town guests at the wedding on Saturday of June Marie Moody and Gary Douglas Brooks were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Beckett of Anaheim, Calif., brother-in-law and sister of the bride, and Mrs. Michael J. Hunt of Houston, Texas, the bride's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Okey M. Landers HI of Huntington and Mr. and Mrs. Roland Gardner Jr. of South Point, Ohio, have returned to their homes after visiting Landers' father in Venus, Fla. Saturday they visited Landers' mother, Mrs. Audrey Young of Kanawha Boulevard E. They attended the 50th anniversary reception of his great-uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Parker. Other out-of-state guests at the reception were the Parkers' son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Siska of Orlando, Fla., and a granddaughter. Miss Karen Siska, of Nashville, Term. Word has been received of the wedding of Nancy Jean Dickenson of Bridgeton, Announce At op*wj of 1975-76 PANCISUSON REGISTRATION - THE WEEK OF SEPT. 1ST , j - Sol. S*p». . 4th So. Choi. Ree. Ctntef The time is 3 p.m. 1o 5 p.m. for weekdays and 1 1 a.m. for Sat. Registration ALL CLASSES BEGIN THE WEEK Of SEPT. 8TH. Study with Charleston's most experienced Donee Teacher. 20 years affiliated. with the Dance Masters of Amerka. Plans for the coming Si-Centennial are now in progress. Be a part of this Historic Celebration. 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