Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 24, 1975 · Page 31
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August 24, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 31

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1C August 24, 1975 Uteri WB*» -- - Jo/in Chandler Marries Fonda Franklin Is Bride Donna Goff in Maryland Of William Harold Martin Open House Planned Open house will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. today at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Flavy B. Baughman of Dille as they celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. They were married Aug. 25,1925, by the late E. G. Hutchinson in Summersville. She is the former Chessie Hambrick. Her husband is retired from the Clinchfield Coal Co. They have eight liv- ing children, Ann and Mae Baughman at home, Betty Dunlap of Jacksonville, Fla., Paul of Birch River, Dorothy Butler of Charleston, Joan Binford of Charleston, Carl of Columbus, Ohio, Flavy of Fremont, Calif., and Carolyn Griggs of Fremont. They have 16 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. SWANTON, Md. - Married Saturday at the McHenry Baptist Church at Deep Creek Lake by the Rev. A. C. Agnew of Burlington. W. Va., were Miss Donna Sue Goff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Goff of Swanton and John Floyd Chandler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Sutler of Charleston, W. Va. The bride was given in marriage by her father and the nuptial music was played by Cheryl Burkey of Hopewell, Va. Ann Goff, sister-in-law of the bride, was matron of honor and Jeannie Plumley of St. Albans and Nell Chandler, sister of the bridegroom, were the bridesmaids. Patti Labbe, cousin of the bride, was the flower- girl. JOSEPH KLIENDEINST of Albany, N. Y., was best man and ushers were William Board of Yellow Springs, Ohio, and Larry Goff, brother of the bride. After a reception at the Wisp Ski Lodge, the couple left for a trip to Williamsburg. and Virginia Beach, Va. They will reside in Huntington. A graduate of West Virginia University, the bride is employed by the Kanawha- Maniage vows were exchanged Saturday at the Garrison Avenue Freewill Baptist Church by Miss Fonda Lynn Franklin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Franklin of Midlothian, 111., and William Harold Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Leon Martin Sr. of Cross Lanes. MRS. J. F. CHANDLER . . .former Donna Coff Clay Chapter of the American Red Cross. Her husband has a master's degree in social work from WVU and is employed by Green Acres Regional Center in Lesage, where he is director of social services. Smart Crochet Cape Miss Catherine Jane Kee Bride Of Rev. Lewis Steven Danford The Rev. Melvin Risinger officiated Saturday at St. Andrew United Methodist Church when Miss Catherine Jane Kee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle B. Kee, became the bride of the Rev. Lewis Steven Danford, son of Mr. and Mrs. John.Q. Danford, all of St. Albans. Mrs. Peggy Hedrick, organist, accompanied the soloist, Meg Risinger, and a reception followed in the church friendship hall. * * * SUSAN CLARK was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Darlene Cottle and Charlotte Kee, sister of the bride. The Rev. Arthur Lee McClanahan of New York was best man and ushers were Ted Danford, Dave Danford and Don Danford, brothers of the bridegroom, and Dave Kee, brother of the bride. The bride was employed by Bodie's Jewelry Inc. and attended West Virginia State College. Her husband, a graduate of West Virginia State College, is a divinity student at Duke University. They will reside in Durham, N.C. MRS. W. H. MARTIN . . . former Fonda Franklin The Rev. William V. Perrine officiated Cathy Holcomb was the pianist and the bride was given in marriage by her father. KATHY WEISS was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Fran Feret and Liz Huth, all of Oak Forest, 111. Larry Young of Cross Lanes was best man and ushers were Tim Franklin, brother of the bride, and Kenneth Martin Jr., brother of the bridegroom. A reception followed at the church, after which the couple left for a trip to the Greenbrier Hotel. They will reside in Midlothian at 3414 W. 147th St., Apt. 16. Granddaughter of Mrs. Jean Koch of St. Albans, the bride graduated from Oakforest High School. Her husband graduated from Nitro High School and is employed at Rockwell Engineering at Blue Island, 111. Coordinates Open MM. Thru Fri. 't!5:30PJ. Sit. 'tl 5:00 PJ. 1SUNISNWGTONST.E.CUILESTOI PHONE 342-4332 MRS. L. S. DANFORD . . . former Catherine Kee . i l j f ! 848 C^WU^t) Engagement News The Charleston Gazette and Sunday Gazette-Mail no longer accept photographs with engagement announcements. Completion of plans stories will not be used. The increasing number of announcements requires that we limit the space, so that items of more general interest may be used. 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