Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 18, 1976 · Page 31
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July 18, 1976

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

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4C -July 18, 1976 Sunday duette-Mail Clurlnran, VVtst Virginia ·a Suzanne Jeffers, Stephen W. O'Doll Wed RICHMOND. Va.-Miss Debra Suzanne Jeffers. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Jeffers of Richmond, and Stephen Watson O'Dell. son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. O'Dell of East Bank, W. Va.. were married at 3 p.m. Saturday in the River Road MRS. S. W. O'DELL ...former Debrn Suzanne Jeffers Baptist Church here. The Rev. James Slatton officiated. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Carol Moellman of Richmond served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Sally Wright of Cairo. Ga.. Helen DuVal of Richmond, and Cindy Chamness of East Bank. W. Va. Mike Duncan of Greenville. S. C.. served as best man. C. P. Edwards of Charlotte. N. C.. David Smith of Tampa. Fla.. Ri- Letitia Mills VTod Friday SETH-Miss Letitia Yvonne Mills, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eugene Mills of Seth, became the bride of Preston Eugene Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Davis Jr. in-the Seth Church of God. The MRS. PRESTON EUGENE DAVIS ...former Lvlitin 1 'tonne \lill Rev George Rostic officiated . music was provided by Vickie Nichols of Sylvester and a peom was recited by Brenda Halstead of Fosterville. The bride was given in marriage by her brother. Philip Mills. Lori Ann Davis, si 1 ;ter of the bridegroom, was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Cindy Adkins am! Elizabeth Hudson. Erica Mason was flow- ergirl and Anthony Buzzard, nephew of the bridegroom, was ringbearer. Leslie Steven Davis served as best man for his brother. Ushers were Ricky Davis, also a brother, and Billy Buzzard and Russell Garretson. his brothers-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Davis will live in Seth. They are graduates of Sherman High School. She is a sophomore at Morris Harvey College and he is employed by Southern Appalachian Coal Co. FOSTORIA CRYSTAL ANDPKMD CHINA CAD BE YOURS WHETHER YOU'RE A BRIDE OR HOT. One of ine rr.os' rewarding oscec's ct living and entertaining groC'Ous'y is set fir.g an attractive table that (its ycur oresent life style. Regardless of age. the time is perfect !o stari the service you hove always wanted. Slort today' See our complete collec- lion of (me diina and crystal LILLYS' chard Handford Jr., of Waxhaw, N. C., and Donald B. O'Dell, cousin of the bridegroom, of Charleston, W. Va., were ushers. Alan Handford of Virginia Beach, Va., was acolyte. Following a reception at the home of the bride the couple left on a wedding trip to Bermuda. They will reside in Richmond. Mrs. O'Dell is a graduate of Furman University in Greenville, S. C. Her husband, a graduate of East Bank High School and Furman University, is employed at the A. H. Robins Pharmaceutical Co.. in Richmond. MRS. J. W. DEITZ ..former Mary Cole Morton Deborajean Broderick, John Fallecker Jr. Wed JKHKI.KKS "For gifts yciTII five with pride" HMII NfWMAITINSVILLE UKM NHU* St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church was the setting at 11 a.m. Saturday for the wedding of Miss Deborajean Broderick, daughter of Mrs. Milton L. Byrd Jr., and J. Ronald Broderick of St. Albans, and John W. Fallecker Jr., son of Mrs. Shirley Pauley of Charleston and John W. Fallecker Sr. of St. Albans. The Rev. Bernard Schmidt officiated and was assisted by the Rev. Arnold Belcher. Music was provided by the bridegroom's mother, his sister, Janet Fallecker and Matt Gillian. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Kathie Broderick was maid of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Pattie Broderick, Kristie Broderick and Laura Casto. also sisters, Debbie Hinzman, Janet Fallecker, Darla Fallecker and Sue Childers. the bridegroom's sisters. Flowergirls were Heather Byrd and Lana Casto, sisters of the bride and Michael Sean Byrd. her brother, was ring- bearer. Tim Fallecker. brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Groomsmen were Milton L. Byrd Jr., step-father of the bride. James M. Bailey, her uncle, J. Edward Broderick, brother of the bride. John Smith. Butch Carpenter and Richard Skinner. Mr. and Mrs. Fallecker are graduates of St. Albans High School. She is employed by Nu-Sash Windows and her is employed by Wholesale Tires. Following a short wedding trip, the couple will live at 4810 Spring Hill Ave.. South Charleston. MRS. JOHN W. FALLECKER JR. ...former Deborajean Broderick \\ o i i H M i Reschedule · J u l y - Meeting The meeting of Benu Ra Court 77 of the Ladies Oriental Shrine scheduled for Wednesday has been postponed. The group will meet at 7:30 p.m. July 28 in the Scottish Rite Temple. · Mary Cole Horton, John Deitz Wed LEWISBURG- The Lewisburg United Methodist Church was the setting Saturday for the marriage of Miss Mary Cole Horton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Cole Horton Jr., and John Wayne Deitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Marshall Deitz, all of Lewisburg. The Rev. Harold T. Elmore officiated and music was provided by Lee Gillespie of Weston. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. James J. Rowe of Alexandria, Va., was matron of honor for her sister. Marilyn Phillips of Lewisburg was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Denise Dowler of Vienna, Mrs. Charles S. French of Cary, N. C., Tricia Neimer of Eggertsville, N. Y., and Carole Wiedebusch of Morgantown. Melinda Ford of Lewisburg served as flowergirl. Jack C. Deitz of Lanham, Md., served as best man for his brother. Groomsmen were James J. Rowe of Alexandria, Va., Marc Golden of Fairmont, Ralph Saville of Huntington, Jeff VanValey of Parkersburg, and Ed ?nd Brad Tuckwiller of Lewisburg. A reception followed in the Cameo Ballroom of the Greenbrier Hotel in White Sulphur Springs. Music was provided by the Jim Gregory Trio of Roanoke, Va. Following the reception the couple left on a wedding trip at Hilton Head Island, N. C. They will reside in Morgantown. Mr. and Mrs. Deitz are graduates of Greenbrier East High School. They are presently attending West Virginia University majoring in physical education. Mrs. Deitz is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority and Orchesis, modern dance honorary. Craft Work-Shops for Young People! Patchwork Piaster Mon. 10-12 Drape Dolls Tues. 10-12 Fabric Painting Wed 10-12 Mini Crates Thurs. 10-12 Macrame' Fri. 10-12 Flower Crafts Mon.1-3 Jewelry Making Tues. 1-3 nn^niininn WpH 1 O ,;i-^, Decoupaee Sewing (Jralts.. Call For Complete Details, General Crafts (Ages 5-9) . Thun, ' _' CRAFTS 'N' THINGS PHOHE 346-20 H(Hm»: 10-to 4, Mon.-Sol.) 1052 BKIDCI ROAD j Going out of business SALE 50% and less Sweaters $15.00 up to 550.00 values Knit Tops and Blouses $5.00 up 10 S30 00 value Shorts and Tops $5.00 each 525.00 value; Robes $10.00 Gowns $5.00 up to S25.00 values Open Monday t h r u Saiiirdny fl'l Bridge Road. 1 Jirectly iihove I'lai'e l'r Plants Pre-mixed trios. All with pull-on-polyester I knit blacks. Polyester shirts with acrylic vests, /vises' sizes. Three-part pantsets. Special 19.88 Keep The Buses Running! VOTE YES ON THE BUS ISSUE JULY 20th JCPenney Catalog Phone 343-4461 Boys' Pre-Season Fall Jacket Sale Save 20% 10% down holds your jacket 'til Oct. 1 Short Length, Leather-look PVC The look and feel of soft leather handsomely detailed .. .and mother will love the s a v i n g s . . . the easy-care qualities of just wipe and clean these jackets, (c) Zip front closure, four pockets, D-ring sewn down back belt, (d) Button front, double entry pockets, D-ring sewn down back belt. Both lined in nylon in sizes 8 to 18. In rust, brown or chamois. Boys' World, Fourth Floor. Mail or Phone Your Order Dial 346-0371 Frankenberger's, Box 2553, Charleston, WV 25329. Please send me Boys' PVC Jackets as indicated: ITEM NO. QUAN. SIZE COLOR PRICE TOTAL Name Address City State Zip D Charge D Check D C. 0. D. D'M. 0. Please add 1.00 handling charge for each order (or delivery outside the stole of West Virginia PARK FRII2 HOURS,jvith purchase, ot Community Parking Lot, corner of Virginia and Hale Streets

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