Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 24, 1975 · Page 32
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 32

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 24, 1975
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August 24,1975 Elizabeth Blizzard, David Bowles Wed Miss Lisa Jane McClure, Edward Perrow III Wed A MAGNIFICENT OFFtt The First Baptist Church of St. Albans was the setting for the marriage ol Miss Lisa Jane McClure, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Jackson McClure Sr. of St. Albans, and "Edward Kirby Perrow HI. son of Edward Kirby Perrow Sr. of Tyler Mountain and Sarah A. Perrow of Charleston. The Rev. S. Robert Weaver officiated and the soloists. Ms. Nancy McClure, cousin of the bride, and Robert D. Pfau. were accompanied by Mrs. Robert Snyder, organist. * * * THE BRIDE was given in marriage by her father- Mrs. Linda F. White was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Ms. Brenda Bingham, cousin of the bride. Ms. Delores Young and Ms. Janie Sue James, cousin of the bride. Wendy Ann Woods, niece of the bride, was junior bridesmaid and Kety McClure, another niece, was flowergirl. Best man was John Perrow. brother of the bridegroom. Ushers were Jack McClure, brother of the bride. Bill Perrow. cousin of the bridegroom, and Mike Hindle. Robby Woods, nephew of the bride. was the ringbearer. * · * THE COUPLE left for a trip to Washington, D.C., after a reception at the church. They will reside at Ft. Hood, Tex., where he is stationed with the Army. The bride graduated from St. Albans High School and from West Virginia State College. She was a teacher at Winfield The Rev. HarreU Harper officiated Saturday evening at the First Presbyterian Church when marriage vows were exchanged by Bliss Elizabeth Ann Blizzard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond M. Blizzard of Shawnee Circle, and David Christopher Bowles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul N. Bowles of Connell Road. Mrs. Alice Eaddy, organist, accompanied the soloist, Ms. Nanci Engle, and the bride was given in marriage by her father. MRS. MARILYN Blizzard, sister-in-law of the bride, was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Ms. Fay Robinson, Ms. Tammy Blizzard of Cumberland, Md., cousin of the bride, Ms. Nanci P. Engle of Dickinson, Tex., and Jane Fowler. Stephanie Rae Layton, cousin of the bride, was the flowergirl and Mrs. Frances Chenoweth McCarthy of Maine was an honorary attendant. The bridegroom had his father as best man. Ushers were Nate Bowles, Gary P. MRS. D. C. BOWLES .former Elisabeth Ann Blbuard MRS. E. K. PERROW III . . .former Liia McClure High School and belongs to Alpha Kappa Mu honorary, Kappa Delta Pi. education honor society, the American Association of University Women and the National Council of Teachers in English. Her husband.a graduate of Stonewall Jackson High School, attended Florida State University and is a member of the Professional Photo Association of America. Cynthia Gale Brotherton Marries John C. Roster Catherine Collins Weds Andrew Berkley Trimmer RICHMOND, Va. - Miss Catherine French Collins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John French Collins of Richmond, formerly of Charleston, W. Va., became the bride of Andrew Berkley Trimmer, son of Mrs. Jesse Goode of Richmond, and the late Mr. Winston Trimmer, on Saturday in the Central Baptist Church here. The Rev. Grady Jarrard officiated. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Kirk Frondorf was matron of honor and Miss Linda Wall was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Janice Trimmer and Mrs. Thomas Jenkins, sisters of the bridegroom and Miss Jane Springfield, all of Richmond. Flowergirls were Miss.Courtenay Jenkins, niece of the bridegroom, and Miss Joan Chipman of Baltimore, Md. · * * THE BRIDEGROOM'S grandfather, 01- lon Davis, was best man. Ushers were Michael and Patrick Collins, brothers of the bride, Kirk Frondorf, Thomas Jenkins, Eric Sowder and Kelly Ryan, all of Richmond. Cullen Jenkins was ringbearer. Following a reception at the Hotel Jefferson, the couple left for a wedding trip to Nags Head, N.C. They will live at 513 Vantage Place, Richmond. Mrs. Trimmer attended Virginia Polytechnic Institute and Virginia Commonwealth University and is employed by Hir- Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Brotherton of Dunbar have announced the marriage on Friday of their daughter, Cynthia Gale, to John Christian Koster, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Koster of Dunbar. The Rev. George Pauley officiated at the First Baptist Church and Mrs. Bill Boggess. organist, and Becky Maddox, pianist, furnished the nuptial music, along with Debbie Davis, Barbara Koster, Barbara Sellers, Joyce Coleman, Scott Gentry, Lawrence Haynes and- Rick Smith. Dana Frazer was maid of honor and Mrs. Greg Moss was matron of honor. Kathi Bishop and Mrs. Lawrence Haynes were bridesmaids and junior bridesmaid was Tammy Brotherton, sister of the bride. RONALD KOSTER was his brother's best man, and ushers were Steve MacQueen, Ivan Fox, Delmar Harvey and Sam Johnson. Ronald and Donald Brotherton, brothers of the bride, were ringbearers and Leslie Saul was the flowergirl. After a reception in the church multipurpose room, the couple left for a trip to Beckley and Lewisburg. They will reside at 625 Lincoln Ave., Madison. AFFILIATED WITH the Campus Crusade for Christ at Marshall University, the bride has an A. B. degree in counseling Blizzard, Fred M. Bowles and Philip Clay, all of Chartestoe. Gary Paul Blizzard 11 nephew of the bride, was the rijagbearer. AFTER A reception in the church activities building, the couple left for a trip to Jamaica. They will reside in Chicago, 111. The newlyweds are graduates of Georget Washington High School. She has a B.A. degree in early childhood education from Morris Harvey College and her husband has a B.A. degree in political economy from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Md. Spangler Couple Wed 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. Earl Proctor will be honored by a family dinner Aug. 31 at their home in Spangler celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. He is a retired coal miner. She is the former Frances Hill. They were married Aug. 27. 1925. They have 12 children, 23 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. "Soup and Sandwiches" have always been popular go-togethers. Place a hot dog. along with your favorite soup in a thermos bottle. When lunch time rolls around, just remove the wiener from the hot container of soup and place on a prepared, packed bun. Pour the soup into the thermos cup. Presto, you have your basic "hot" lunch. MRS. J. C. KOSTER . . . former Cynthia Brother-ton and rehabilitation from Marshall and is employed by the Boone County Board of Education. She is a graduate of Dunbar High School. Her husband has an A. B. degree in education from Marshall, graduated from Dunbar High School and is employed by the Boone County Board of Education. He belongs to Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity and the Robe, men's honorary. MRS. A.B. TRIMMER . . .former Catherine Collini schler and Fleischer law firm here. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis W. Moore Sr. of Charleston and Mrs. T.L. Dotson of St. Petersburg, Fla., formerly of Charleston. The bridegroom is employed by the McJunkin Corp. in Richmond. Miss Sharon Mariett Gwinn Weds John Derrick Mullens EILISON DANCE STUDIOS! PROFESSIONAL CURRICULUM IN .BALLET .MODERN .TAP .JAZZ .ACROBATIC .BATON Qualified Faculty The school offers prescribed courses paving the way to Qualification of a Standard Certificate in Dance Education. With the long standing tradition of the finest professional training in dance and related arts. LIMITED ENROLLMENT Hurricane Studio Rt. 60 East St. Albans Studio 2404 Grant Ave. August 28-29 August 25-26-27 3 to 6 P.M. 3 to 6 P.M. FALL SESSION BEGINS SEPT. 8 For descriptive brochure phone: 727-0130 · 727-2181 Member: Dance Masters of America, National Association of Dance and Affiliated Artists Deborah Jean Tawnerv Is Bride Miss Sharon Mariett Gwinn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Gwinn of Charleston, became the bride of John Derrick Mullens of War at 3 p.m. on Friday. The ceremony was performed in the Institute Church of the Nazarene. Mr. and Mrs. Mullens will live at Institute. piece ! goods THE, SHOP ma irmi FIX LESS The Dunbar Mountain Mission was the setting Friday lor the wedding of Miss Deborah Jean Tawney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Tawney of Dunbar, and MRS. F. E. BRADLEY . .former Deborah Tawney Frederick Early Bradley, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Bradley, also of Dunbar. The Rev. Donald E. Gatewood officiated and music was provided by Miss Becky Phillips of Dunbar. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Pam Davis was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Brenda Ricketts. sister of the bridegroom and Miss Julia McCown. Tambra Sheppard, cousin'of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. Beth Ann and Melissa Boggess were flowergirls and Christopher Rickets, the bridegroom's nephew, was ringbearer. * * * CHARLES COVERT of Dunbar was best man. Ushers were Jeffrey Tawney of Dunbar, brother of the bride, Joseph Ricketts of Dayton, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, and Joseph Joplin of Dunbar. Following a reception at the church, the .couple left for a wedding trip. They will live at Elkview. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley are graduates of Dunbar High School. She attended Marshall University and graduated from West Virginia State College with a B.S. degree in elementary education and social studies. She is employed by the Roane County Board of Education. He is a senior biology major at WVSC. 45" COUNTRY COTTONS -OPEN SUNDAY 4 DAYS ONLY! J\ MRS. J.D. MULLENS . . former Sharon Guinn. Mayonnaise, eggs, lettuce and tomatoes deteriorate if frozen, so pack these separately and add to your frozen sandwich after you remove it from the freezer. Engagements Are Announced Kimble-Baxter In an open-church ceremony at 8 p.m. Sept. 6 at the Bethany Baptist Church, Miss Deborah Lynn Kimble, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Kimble of Scott Depot, will become the bride of Steven D. Baxter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Baxter of Charleston. I The bride-elect is a graduate of Winfield !High School and is employed by Montgomery-Ward. Her fiance is a graduate of 'Charleston High School and is employed by NAPA of Kanawha City. : Zook-Morris AUBURN. Ind. -- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Zook of Auburn, are announcing the engagement of their daughter. Susan, to David Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edsel Morris of Charleston. W.Va. The wedding will take place on Dec. 20 here. Miss Zook is a first grade teacher at ·Warsaw School Corp. Her fiance is a senior at Grace College, Winona Lake. WEST VIRGINIA CAREER COLLEGE Graduates Get Good Jobs NEXT CUSS STARTS SEPT.22 Courses--Secretarial, Accounting, Clerical, Fashion Medical Transcription Small Classes--Personal Attention--Financial Assistance FREE BRUSH-UP CALL COLLECT (304) 343-2435 Slwri Writer Recent Graduate Secretary Student Of The Year Ana Now Employed at Columbia Gps. 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