Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 7, 1974 · Page 26
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July 7, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 26

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tf S*-J|J. 7,l»74 Cornelia Workman Married Miss Petry Weds Miller-Johnson Vows Made T /~1 i l 1* n · Stitotoiyttdhlrltiiiri ·*(*». aad attwtodlUit *· a* la* KMM*I Gw*y MRS. L. L. BOLTON JR. . . . former C.ornrli* Workman RAMAGE-Su Mite Methodist Church was the setiiaf here Saturday for the mar* riage of Miss Coraeiia Aaa WorkauB, daughter of Mr. aad Mrs. Winf red Worknaa of Ramage to Leoavd Iff Bol- too Jr. son of Mr. aad Mrs. Ham' Hager of Jeffrey. Yae Kev. K. H. Keaaedy performed the ceremony aad the bride was given in marriage by her father. Nuptial music was furnished by Cathy Vance, sister of the bridegroom and Kenneth Workman, nephew of the bride. MISS MARION E. Workman of Ramage. sister of the bride, served as matron of honor and bridesmaids included Mrs. Elyana Ferrell of Ramage. sister, Mrs. Ethleen Green of Baltimore. Ohio, sis- to.-******,*** Quarrier at Hale Junior bridesmaids were Miss Lisa Workaa aad Miss Marian Green, nieces «f the bride. Flowergirl and ring- bearer were Miss Lisa Hager, sister of the bridegroom, and Charies Workman, nephew of the bride. Harry White of Jeffrey, was best man for his cousin and ushers included Mark Hager. brother of the bridegroom, and Raymond White, cousin, both of Jeffrey, and James Vance of Wharton. brother-in- law. A RECEPTION was held in the basement of the church aad the couple will honeymoon in the Smoky Mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Bolton are graduates of Scott High School and she is a senior at West Virginia University, majoring hi journalism. Her husband graduated from Glenville State College and is employed by the Boone County Board of Education. The couple will make their home in Ramage. St AfMc Catbeiic Church was the see** Saturday f«r the ·urriafe ef Charteme K. Petry, daufMer of Mn. KanV toe» F. Petry el Toted* Awn- ue. aad the late Mr. Charles H. Petry. to Gkawood R. Hayes Jr., ton of Mr. aad Mrs. Gleawood R. Hayes Jr. of The lev. P. Edward Safe ty Betty Ert*. Tke britewM MRS. G. R. HAYES JR . . .former Ckmrknf fairy Miss Young Bride Of Robert Vannoy Efcrart M. Row*. NATION OP keaor was Mrs. Pat HainoBof Cfcrtec- toc. sister of the bride aid Jack W. Black of Miltoi served as best mat. Ushers included A. A. Aadersoa of Charieste* aid Jim SaraptM of Hurricane. A receptioa was held '» the church immediately foUowJnf the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of Stonewall Jackson Hifh School and is employed as a secretary for the West Virgin* ia Department of Highways. HER HUSBAND graduated from Hurricane High School and has a B. S. degree in civil engineering from the West Virginia Institute of Technology where he was a member of Sigma Pi Fraternity. He is employed as a structural engineer for Lowe Engineers of Charleston. After returning from a wedding trip to Wrightsville Beach, N.C. and Williamsburg. Va.. the couple will reside at 2106 Kanawha Blvd. E. lev. Mf. was the seeae fee tlhe aarriafe * Hue Cwi AM She Kike ii«hlrr rf Mr. 4MH JHH9v ^»BM ·»* 4^HHHHHHHH| 4H Swth Chariest* 9* h* pare*U ate Mr. amd Mrs. J. R*- ert Miller «f St. Ate. The bridge was give* ii marriage by her father aad soloist was Greg Johnsoc, brother of the bride. Matron of hoaor was Mrs. AM Thonbury, sister of the bridegroom aad flowergirl and ringbearer were Cindy Johnson and Doug Johnson, niece and nephew of the bride. Best man was Ron Johnson. brother of the bride. · · * A RECEPTION was held at Humphrey's Pine Room. The bride is a graduate of Cakhrell High School. Cald- How Can I? Q. I dry my clothes in a dryer, but I miss that fresh, clean, outdoor smell of yesteryear. Any suggestions? Try puttiag a basket of laundry M the back porch or step for an hear or so before ironing ... simmer or winter. This will produce the sane results. Slate UMwntty tnm hk*m MarWjr CM- Her ry «*K*Ma aad «*«a*^«d m Air fay "**»·*. Me * a laaeaer hy scatw at Mmv Mtncy (M- Schotte at hfea«4iiM|toy««hyCa^ Ahtti Cwet EtcMMtary. She ECialO. ·' KatoaaeHhcraflaeWc* Tke. Teacher's ASMCU- YOUR FURRIER KNOWS FURS REST! Sltiger's iptcioliics in tttn. It's our only bvsintu ... not a siddine. Steigcr't Kas cold storage vow»h on th* prtmisti and dots ell cltaning, glazing, repairing and remodtling at th* store. Trust your furs to Sttigtr's . . . it cosh no more. Steiger 9 *. Merchandise Reduced! 9:40 to 8:45 Monday 9:40 to 5:00 Weekdays BankAmericard, Master Charge American Express · LAKE BROWN With the Rev. Warren Anderson officiating Friday in a candlelight ceremony at the Davis Chapel Baptist Church, Miss Coleen Anne Young became the bride of Robert 0. Vannoy. She is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Henry S. Young of Rt. S and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Vannoy of 4th Avenue. Nuptial music was provided by organist, Mrs. George Armstrong, and soloists. Mrs. Stephanie Harrah and Miss Barbara Haynes. cousin of the bride. The bride was given in marriage by her father. · * * MATRON OF honor was Mrs. Patsy Lopez, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids included Mrs. Zana Watson and Miss Gail Fosco, cousin of the bride, both of Charleston, Miss Debbie Lopez of Beckley, and Miss Paula Young of Lakeland, Fla., nieces of the bride. Junior bridesmaids were Miss Cynthia Young and Miss Robin Young of Charleston, nieces of the bride and flower- girl and ringbearer were Kristt Young of Lakeland and Alex Lopez, niece and nephew of the bride. Roger Vannoy served as best man for his brother and ushers included Eddie Boggess. nephew of the bridegroom, Larry Rowley, Mike Watson and Clifford Wolfe. AFTER A reception at the MRS. R. 0. VANNOY . . former Cofecn church the couple left for a wedding trip to Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Vannoy are graduates of Sissonviile High School and she has an associate of science degree in education from West Virginia State College where she is presently a senior majoring in early childhood education. She is employed by the Kanawha County Board of Education. Her husband attended Greenbrier Military Academy and the West Virginia Institute of Technology. He is self- employed. The couple will make their home in Charleston. spring and summer SHOES (val. to '54) HANDBAGS (vol. to *60) spectators .pumps .ties .all colors .black .white no sandals .no canvas Pro-Season Sale Special Group! CHILDREN'S COATS At the current rate of inflation, anything bought today will be a bargain at tomorrow's prices. This merchandise at 50% savings is a real find. Stock up today and feel richer tomorrow. quarrier at hale shop Mondays 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tues'thru Sat. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 7 to Save 15% now on new 1974 styles Meltons, Plush, Corduroy, Velour, Pony, Suede, Pur trimmed and untrimmed in pile and regular linings. Short, regular and boot lengths. Sizes Toddlers 2-4, 4-6X and 744. . . . Pictured are just three from our beautiful 1974 col lection of coats. A Leatha- Look Fur Trimmed ____ Sizes 4 to 6X ........ ; ............... 4t.lcM 1S% B. Plush with Racoon Collar ...... Sizes? to 14 ........................ M.fesslS% C. Suede with Fake FurTrim ..... Sues4to6X ........................ tt.tosIS* USE Mi* LAYAWAY PLAN 9* MFERREft CMAME [PLAN (N§ Payments DM mill October 1st.) Children's Dept. Fourth Fhf^

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