Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 7, 1974 · Page 27
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July 7, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 27

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T» W4 Christine K. Smith Is Bride Mot ChrateK Kyfo SMftu «rt Le* S«itl Jr «f 1332 bride »f Joh» Fraiklin Rayaes. so* «f Mrs. Heta MRS. HENRY WALTER III urr ftalr ftrrmitn of Cohmtas, Ote. at 1 p.m. w Sittfdjy » St. Matthews Episcopal Chwch. The Rev. Walter Mycof f officiated art music was provided by Mrs. Charles Bohnert. organist. · · · MR. AND MRS. Steven Gender of Columbus were matron of honor awl best man. Kimberly and Douglas Raynes, children of the bridegroom. were flowergirl and ringbearer. Following a reception at Berry Hills County Club, the for a «eddM( trip to StM*. Yt. They Witt live at 411 SMth Sixth St.. Gema* ViUafe. Cabmbitr Mrs. Rayies attended GreeArier Colcfe art Marshall University. She is a member of the JHMOT League of Chariesfew, the Charkstoji Memorial AnxUiary art St. Matthews Eptsetf*! (fere*. where she serves * the altar Her hudhMd was educated ia Columbus schools. He is employed by National Graphics Corp., Miss Parsons Wed To Glenn Atkisson Miss Dale Drennen Married in Virginia The St Albans Church of the Nararene, with the Rev. Norbert Fischer officiating, was the scene Friday for the marriage of Miss Vera K. Parsons to Glenn A. Atkisson. She is the daughter of Mrs. Anna Parsons of St. Albans and the late Mr. Hughey Parsons and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Atkisson of South Charleston VIRGINIA BEACH. Va. In a candlelight ceremony at the Galilee Episcopal Church of Virginia Beach Saturday, Miss Dale Louise Drennen became the bride of Henry Walter HI. She is the daughter of Judge and Mrs. Wm. M. Drennen of Washington D. C. and his parents are the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walter Jr. of Lititz. Pa. * * * OFFICIATING WAS the Rev. John Jordon and the bride was given in marriage by'her father. Mrs. John D. McLanahan served as matron of honor for her sister. Best man was Dr. Neil Potter of Selinsgrove, Pa., brother-in-law. Ushers were James Valerio of Aspen. Coto. and Alan Hill of Lancaster, Pa. The reception following the ceremony was held in the garden of the bride's parents' house. The couple will honeymoon in Bermuda and then return to make their home in Denver, Colo. MRS. G. A. ATKISSON . . .former Vtrm Fmnon* (an music was furnished by Mrs. Martha Shearer and soloist was Mrs. Beth Morgan of Richmond, Ky The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Charles Parsons. * * * MATRON OF honor was Mrs. Charlotte Wood, sister of the bride and bridesmaid was Miss Elaine Fischer and junior bridesmaid was Miss Penny Atkisson. sister of the bridegroom. Paul Atkisson served as best man for his brother and ushers were Michael Edwards and Henry Parsons, brother of the bride. The bride is a graduate of St. Albans High School and Garnet Career Center. Her husband graduated from George Washington High School and is a salesman for Evans Lumber Co. in South Charleston where the couple will reside. 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