Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 24, 1975 · Page 35
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 35

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 24, 1975
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[1C August 24,1975 Elaine Catherine Gerke Bride of Logan S. Wright Nancy Totten Bride of Donald Fetter MRS. L. S. WRIGHT .. .former Elaine Cerke Miss Elaine Catherine Gerke, daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Gerke of South Charleston, became the bride of Logan Scott Wright, son of Logan C. Wright of Louisville, Ky.. on Saturday in St. Paul's Lutheran Church. The Rev. John M. Green Jr. officiated and music was provided by Miss Ruth Snodgrass and Miss Barbara Gray. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Jane Claire Gerke was maid of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Miss Teresa Gerke, another sister, and Mrs. Paul W. Gerke, her sister-in-law. * * * PAUL BARNETT of Bagdad, Ky., was best man. Ushers were Alex Woods, cousin of the bridegroom, and Paul Gerke. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Cincinnati, Ohio. They will live at 225 East Main St., Georgetown, Ky. Mrs. Wright is a graduate of South Charleston High School and is a junior at Georgetown (Ky.) College. She is a member of Kappa Omicron Phi national home economics honorary, secretary treasurer of the student section of the Kentucky Home Economics Assn. and assistant editor of the Georgetown College yearbook. Her husband graduated summa cum laude from Georgetown College, with a degree in mathematics and religion. He is employed as manager of the Minit Mart, Lexington, Ky. Married Saturday at St. Mark's Episcopal Church in St. Albaos were Miss Nancy Kirk Totten, daughter of Mrs. Thomas B. Stull of St. Albans, and the late Dr. Paul E. Totten, and Donald Fetter of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paulius Fetter of Carrot River, Saskatchewan. Sheri Davis Is Married in California Ceremony MRS. W. L. HANSON ... former Sheri Davit RIVERSIDE, Calif. - Mr. and Mrs. James H. Davis of Riverside have announced the Saturday marriage of their daughter, Sheri Board, to Wayne Lynch Hanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hanson of Los Angeles. The wedding took place at Glen Abbey Park in San Diego. Barbara Davis, sister-in-law of the bride, was matron of honor and Robert Rounds was best man. The couple will reside in Pacific Beach after a honeymoon in Mazalatan, Mexico. BEFORE MOVING to California, the bride was operating room supervisor at the Charleston Eye and Ear Clinic. She is employed now by Kaiser Hospital in San Diego as a private surgical scrub nurse. She is a graduate of Rincon High School in Tucson, Ariz., and of the Charleston General Hospital school of nursing. Her husband graduated from Webb School of California and USC and is a student in Western State University's college of law. He owns Property Management Associates in San Diego. Mrs. Donald Fetter . former Nancy Totten The Rev. Harold White officiated and Lois Lilly, soloist, was accompanied by the organist. Mrs. Margery McFarlard. The bride was given in marriage by her stepfather. Thomas B. Stull. DIANA TOTTEN was her sister's maid of honor and Mrs. Betty McGiuus was the bridesmaid. Ron O'Byrne of Saskatchewan was best man and ushers were Charles A. Totten of Ravenswood, David Totten and Thomas Stull, brothers of the bride. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. THE BRIDE graduated from St. Albans High School and has a B.S. degree in dental hygiene from the University of Kentucky. She is a dental nursing instructor at HARPER'S Mouldings of all styles, raw and finished. Specializing in Needlepoint and Embroideries. Linen and velvet liners and mats. 3IYttreEi|triMci 32KCviMSt 343-2111 HOMItt.4 PICTURE FRAMING Wascana Applied Arts and Sciences in Regina, Saskatchewan. Her husband is an assistant Accountant at Water Conditioning Canada Ltd., in Regina and is enrolled in the local government administration program at the University of Regina. They will reside at 2027 Cameron St., Regina. Masters " lixecb 1016 Q uarrier Slrrr t Phonr 346-0483 Darlene Kenna Gilmore Bride of Allan Ross Seaman ', Miss Darlene Kenna Gilmore, daughter Jof Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Gilmore of ·Huntington, and Allan Ross Seaman, son Jof Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Seaman of Kanawha JCity, were married Saturday at the Fourth ·Avenue Church of Christ in South Charleston by Lloyd D. Mansfield, minister. J The church chorus sang and the bride given in marriage by her father. S BRIDAL ATTENDANTS included Ginger Gilmore and Debbie Taylor, sisters of .^the bride, Ginger Hamilton and Betsy Sea;man. sister of the bridegroom/Dawn Taylor, a niece, was the flowergirl. \ Attending the bridegroom were Phil Ed- Awards, Ron Young, J. McGill and Wayne '{Mays, nephew of the bride. Chad Alsup vas the ringbearer. * * * AFTER A reception in the church an- '"nex, the couple left for a trip to Florida. sThey will reside at 17 Twin 60 Mobile JHbme Court. j A graduate of Fairley High school in H -Memphis, Tenn., the bride is employed by Mangel's. Her husband, a Charleston High School graduate, attended West Virginia University and West Virginia State College where he majored in music. He works MRS. A. R. SEAMAN , .former Darlene Gilmore in the central mailing department of the Statehouse and plays piano for a band called Crystal. Summertime- andtheSdvingisEasy! 'Model GSC411 GE 2-CYCLE, CONVERTIBLE DISHWASHER with 3 Level Wash Action Wood Top available at extra cost! ^219 iToby Lee McCormick Bride lOf Frank Pino Jr. on Saturday MOMITFF.19V Model CA-12C ModerwwA-705CP Model DDE 5300P : WINFIELD - Ms. Toby Lee McCor- =mick. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. L-McCormick of Winfield, and Frank Pino ·.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pino Sr., ;: Mount Hope, were married Saturday »;rfternoon at the Judson Baptist Church by JtEe Rev. Mickey Wick. ,J;7:,The bride's sister,'Ms. Cindy L. McCor- jmick of Winfield, was maid of honor and ^bridesmaids were Ms. Jean Corbin of ^ummersville, Ms. Susan L. Pino and Deb- Jbie A. Pino of Mount Hope, sisters of the Iftiridegroom, 'and Ms. Cynthia A. Ray of " Scott Depot. GE18.8cu.ft.SIDE-BY-SIDE NO-FROST REFRIGERATOR- FREEZER including 6.46 cu. ft. Freezer! GE 11.8 cu. ft. UPRIGHT FOOD FREEZER stores huge selection --handy as a bookshelf! GE FILTER-FLO" WASHER WITH 2 WASH/SPIN SPEEDS, 3 CYCLES including Permanent Press! GE MULTI-TEMPERATURE DRYER WITH 3 AUTOMATIC CYCLES including Permanent Press and Timed Cycle! -v- ,1' ! '^ ;t *569* $ 279' $ 259' *179 Model J342R C. Clayton of Mount Hope was ·best man and ushers were Darrell L. Wiley of Mount Hope, Rodney L. Riser of IJiJorgantown, Samuel L. McCormick Jr. of Winfield, brother of the bride, and James S, Pino of Port Charlotte, Fla., cousin of tBe bridegroom. 'I? Anthony Payne of Winfield was the ring- I? bearer. couple will honeymoon in Miami 3rBeach and Orlando, Fla. GE RANGE WITH P-7" SELF-CLEANING OVEN. Timer turns oven on/off automatically! $ 319* 100% Solid Colo' MRS. FRANK PINO JR. . . . former Toby Lee McCormick They are seniors at West Virginia University. Model AGTE304FB Model WQB7421RW Model JET 83 GE CARRY-COOL" PORTABLE AIR CONDITIONER, 4000 BTU/H, 115V., 7 Amps., EER 5.4. '129' GE 19" diagonal 100% SOLID STATE PERFORMANCE TELEVISION Bright sharp color pictures wilh GE's Black Matrix Spectra-Brite* IV Picture Tube. High impact plastic cabinet with rosewood finish. GE TRASH COMPACTOR COMPRESSES FULL WEEK'S TRAS!! of a family of four Into One Small Carryout Bag! $ 219 Modtl GCG530 ,: Edna Byers, James Young Wed GE COUNTERTOP-MICROWAVE OVEN with 2-Speed Timer, Cooking Guide, Defrost Cycle! »399 MRS. J. 4. YOUNG .. former E4*u Bjm Miss Edna Marie Byers. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Byers of Marmet, be-. came the bride of James A. Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. Garland Young of 4596 Victoria Rd., at 7:30 p.m. on Friday in the Lens Creek Baptist Church. The Rev. David Mitchell officiated and music was provided by Carolyn Price. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Chris Byers was maid of honor for her sister and Miss Marsha Snodgrass was bridesmaid. Kathy Jolene Byers was flowergirl. * « » _ GARLAND WALLACE YOUNG H was best man for his brother. Bobby Byers : brother of the bride, was junior best man. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Young will live at 1105 llth St.. Nitro. The bride graduated from East Bank High School and will enter West Virginia State College. She is employed by Montgomery Ward. Her busbsnd graduated from DunbafrHigh School and is employed by J. D. Moore, Inc. Manufacturer's suggested retail price. 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