Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 24, 1975 · Page 28
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August 24, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 28

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4C $«».favCMettevJI«/ --O^V^HM^ HlMdt VVttl***'""--"~" Jeanne Eye Bride of Charles E. Moses Loraine Louise Hourani Is Married in Las Vegas MRS. S. E. STOUT II . former Loraine Hourani Miss Loraine Louise Hourani, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Hourani of Charleston, became the bride of Samuel Ellsworth Stout II. son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Stout of Hanisville. on Friday in St. Michael Orthodox Church b Las Vegas. Nev. The Rev. Paul Eyler officiated. Mrs. Elaine Salim of Flint. Mich., was matron of honor for her sister and Jameel Hourani, her brother, was best man. Eddie Michael Salim. the bride's nephew, was ringbearer. FOLLOWING A reception at Caesar's Palace, the couple left for a wedding trip to Reno. San Francisco, Denver, and As- pen, ibey will live at 310 54th St.. Kana- whaCity. Mrs. Stout graduated from Eastern Michigan University, where she majored in sociology and political science and was a member of the Eastern Michigan Sociological Caucus. She is a member of the Michigan Sociological Assn. and the National Association of Women Sociologists, and is employed as a statistician in the alcoholism and drug abuse division of the West Virginia Department of Mental Health. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Michael Metry of Kahawha Avenue. Her husband is a graduate of Marshall University. He is field sales manager for the Charleston branch of Pitney-Bowes. Miss Jeanne Sharoa Eye, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Osbra Eye of Charleston, became the bride of Chafks E.Moses, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Moses of Red House, on Saturday in the Loudendale Free Will Baptist Church. The Rev. Harold Burton Hall officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Jo Ann Bare and Mrs. Connie Coiner. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. Miss Sherry Eye was maid of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Debbie and Rose Eye, also sisters, and Pam Coleman. Prissy McClanahan. niece of the bridegroom, and Mark Allen Eye. the bride's brother, were flowergirl and ringbearer. JERRY KELLY served as best man. Ushers were Joe McClanahan, brother-in- law of the bridegroom, Chuck Perkins and Dennis Eye, the bride's brother. Following a reception at the Community Building, the couple left for a wedding trip to North Bend State Park and Bue Stone State Park. They will live in Cross Lanes. Mrs. Moses is a graduate of George Washington High School and attended Asbury College in Wiimore, Ky. She will continue her education as a physical educa- tion and gymnastics major at West Virginia Slate College. Her husband served two years with the Army and is a senior biology major at WVSC. He is employed by the West Virginia Department of Natural Resources. - shop mondoysa.Ki fridoys 10 to 9 other weekdays 10 to 5 phone 340-0981 Victoria Susan Newcomer, John L Cottrell Are Married MRS. J. L. COTTRELL . former Victoria Newcomer The home of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell D. Newcomer of Valley Brook Drive was the setting for the wedding and reception. Saturday, when their daughter, Miss Victoria Susan Newcomer became the bride of John L. Cottrell. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Cottrell of Corvair Drive. The Rev. Warren 0. Shields performed the ceremony and the bride was given in marriage by her father. A four piece band consisting of Dean, Darin and Dana Newcomer and Tim Flynn, played for the garden ceremony. Dawn Yvette Newcomer, sister of the bride served as maid of honor and brides- maid was Becky Cottrell, sister of the bridegroom. The brother of the bridegroom, Larry Cottrill, was best man and usher was Lowell D. Newcomer II. The nephew of the bridgeroom, Ray Cottrell, was ringbearer. Upon their return from a wedding trip through the South, the couple will reside on Indiana Street. Both Mr. and Mrs. Cottrell graduated from Sissonville High School and she attends Center College and is employed by Blue Cross, Her husband attends West Virginia State College and is affiliated with the Diamond. TWO WEEKS ONLY! MRS. C. A. MOSES . . .former Jeanne Eye Gena Campbell, R.E. Groht Wed The Rev. Glynn Quesenberry performed the candlelight ceremony Saturday at the East Bank United Methodist Church when Gena Kay Campbell, daughter of E. Webb of East Bank, became the bride of Raymond Edward Groht Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Groht Sr. of Greenbelt, Md, The bride was given in marriage by her father. Music was furnished by vocalists Tom and Marita Reed, and by Connie Hoblitzell. organist. · * · PAMELA WEBB, sister-in-law of the bride, was matron of honor and Margie Groht, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Donna Grass and Marcia Adams. Debbie Groht. sister of the bridegroom, was the flowergirl. Best man was Tom Groht, brother of the bridegroom, and ushers were Eugene Webb II, brother of the bride, John Corbin and Les Holbert. Jeff Campbell, son of the bride, was the ringbearer. Barbara Lou Gordon Bride Of John L. Howell Saturday SUNDAY SALE 900 Qvorrtar Str»»t CharlMton, W. Va. 25301 Ph AH* 344-4431 MRS. R. E. GROHT JR. . . .former Gena Kay Campbell The couple left for a southern wedding trip after a reception at the church. She is a bookkeeper for the Charleston Regional Chamber of Commerce and Development. Her husband is employed by the Carrier Corp. in Washington, D.C. They will reside in Gaithersburg, Md. Sandwiches frozen ahead of time are good. They keep the rest of the bag's contents cool. Take these out of the freezer in the morning, pack the lunch, and the sandwiches should be thawed and ready to eat; by noon. Freezing also preserves the freshness of bread. During thawing, keep sandwiches tightly wrapped to prevent condensation of moisture on the bread's surface. MOUNDSVILLE - St. Francis Xavier Church here was the setting Saturday for the marriage of Miss Barbara Lou Gordon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Gordon of Moundsville, and John L. Howell, son of Mr. and Mrs. John N. Howell of Jeffrey. Mrs. Millie Fromhart accompanied the soloist. Tom Gordon, brother of the bride. MAID OF honor was Susan Gall of Huntington and bridesmaids were Linda Gordon and Mrs. Cathy Rittwager, sisters of the bride, Marilyn Calinger, Joyce Fecat and Cindy Cvetanovich, all.of Moundsville. Don Jernigan of Mentor, Ohio, was best man and ushers were Doug, Don and John Gordon, brothers of the bride, and Jimmy Vickers of Jeffrey and Randy Hess of Clendenin. *. *· * THE BRIDE will be a junior at West · Liberty State College where she is majoring in language arts with a specialization in secondary education. She is president of the Associated Women Students. Her husband also will be a junior at MRS. J. L. HOWELL . . . former Barbara Gordon West Liberty, where he is. majoring in education. They will work in the college book store. Cheryl Louise Crandall Bride Of John Lynn Goshorn III city sandal Andrew Celler opens the way to fall with this camel or navy leather sandal; tall stacked heel and a hint of platform sole. 40.00 the pair WARREN,.Ohio - Miss Cheryl Louise Crandall, daughter of Mrs. Katharine P. Crandall of Niles ; became the bride of John Lynn Goshorn III, son of Mrs. John Lynn Goshorn Jr. of Warren, formerly of Charleston, W.Va., and the late Mr. Goshorn, at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in the First Presbyterian Church here. The Rev. Terry Schoener officiated and music was provided by Miss Martha Wilson and Michael Mort. The bride was given in marriage by Glenn Crandall. Miss Bettie Norman was maid of honor and Miss Anna Rodgers and Mrs. Barbara Rollyson were bridesmaids. JOSEPH JANUS JR. served as best man^ James M. Salsmah and Gary Crandall were'ushers. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Williamsburg a ; nd Virginia Beach, Va. They will live in'Petersburg, Va;, where he is serving with the Air Force. The bridegroom, whose late father was a lawyer and former member of the West Virginia Slate Legislature, is a graduate of Fishburne Military School and attended Georgia Military College. He. is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Lynn Goshorn of Charleston. I SHOE CO. "quarrier and hole V CREAM REVENESCENCE BY CHARLES OF THE RITZ Gives a dewey fresh youthfully moist ap- peoronce to the skin. Use under makeup for all day protection. Pre-Season Sale! 100% Cashmere Coats THE PERFECT YEAR 'ROUND COAT! NOW '124.90 Regularly $ 145.00 and '150.00 The coat you like to wear everywhere ... with everything you o w n . . . 100% luxurious, beautiful cashmere! Here it is for you at a very special pre-season savings. We show just two of the three beautiful styles from which you may choose. 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