Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 7, 1974 · Page 30
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July 7, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 30

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Castle-Castle Vows Made on Saturday Married Saturday at the Whartoe Missionary Baptist Church by the Rev. tony Pau- lev were Miss Jeanenne Carol MRS. G. R. CASTLE .. .former Jennvnne Cnstle Castle, daughter of Mr. art Mrs. Nathan Castle Jr. of Bim. and Gene RatMtrn Castle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Castle of Twilight. Norma Jean Jarrell was the pianist, the bride was given in marriage by her father and a reception 'followed at the bride's home. KYLENE WOOD of Barrett was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Suzanne Castle of Him. sister of the bride, and Cindy Barker of Gordon. Kellie Griffith of Oceana. cousin of the bride, was the flower- girl. The bride's brother. Stephen Castle, was best man and Chucky Singleton of Gordon, cousin of the bride, was the ringbearer. The couple will honeymoon at Babcock State Park and will reside in Bandytown. She graduated from Van High School and Center College and her husband is employed by the Armco Steel Corp.. having also graduated From Van High School. Prospective Brides Plan August Rites Wed 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. Regnal 1 B. Upscomb of Bhie Creek will be honored with a family covered-dish dinner from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the United Fuel Gas Co. picnic grounds at Mill Creek as they celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. Open reception will be held there from 2 to 5 p.m. They are the parents of 14 children: Mrs. Margaret Day of St. Charles, Mo.; Mrs. Frances Stewart of Troy, Va.; Mrs. Betty White and Richard Lipscomb of Aiken, S. C.: Mrs. Inez Johnson of Douglasville, Ga.; Mrs. Barbara Tolley of Fort Worth. Texas: Mrs. Phyllis Gillispie of England, whose husband is serving in the Air Force there; Jerry, of Lansdowne. Md.; John of Campbell's Creek; Bill of Cooper's Creek; Joe of Pinch; Mrs. Rebecca Noble of Springhill; Mrs. Paula Hamrick of Chelyan and Mrs. Maxine Cole of Big Chimney. They are the grandparents of 33 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren. ATLANTA. Ga. - Mr. mi Hrs. R. D. VifafMrio « At laita are aiiouiciig tke forthoMQUg muriate of her daughter. Miss Sherri Lee Wright to Jen? Lee Cwrad, soa of Mr. and Mrs. Heary Russell Conrad of Ravens- mod. W Va. The double-ring ceremony is planed for Aug. It. will be held at the United Methodist Church in Ravenswood with the Rev. Frank Miller officiating. The bride-elect is a graduate of Williamson High School and Concord College in Athens. W. Va. where she received a B. S. degree in art. She is an art instructor at Ravenswood High School. Her fiance graduated from Ravenswood High School and the Parkersburg Community College. He is employed at F. M. C. Corp in the Viscose Division of Textiles in Parkersburg. W. Va. .Ruby-Younp Miss Pamela Jean Ruby, daughter of Charles E. Ruby of Kanawha City, and Thomas E. Young Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Young Sr. of Charleston, will be married in a 4wUe-fMC ecremwy 24 at St. Agues Catholic CftWK*. The *M*«toe4 frwa Chariest** Cathoiie High School a*d a«e«de4 C*M* C*»rte*i»* flMPJL ALL SUMMER GARMENTS Now '/a to 4 Off Young-Austin Ceremony Held With the Rev. Robert K. Spradling officiating Saturday at the Bible Center Church in Charleston. Miss Catherine B. Austin exchanged vows with John Young. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Austin of Couple Honored A dinner party was held on June 23 at the Nitro Woman's Club to honor Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carr of Nitro as they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. The couple renewed their wedding vows before the Rev. James Horton. Mr. and Mrs. Carr have two sons. Arthur Jr. and Vernon, and one daughter, Mrs. James Barker. They have eight grandchildren. Mrs. Carr is the former Verna Tinney. Her husband is retired from Southern Supply Co. Anne Lee Hardy Massillon, Ohio, and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence R. Young of MacCorkle Avenue SE. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Cindy Austin, sister of the bride was maid of honor and best man was David Austin. * * * AFTER A reception held at Humphrey's Restaurant, the couple will leave for Beckley to see "Honey In the Rock." The bride is a graduate of Washington High School in Massillon. Ohio and West Virginia University.She is presently employed by Thomas and Hill Inc.' Her husband is a graduate of Charleston High School and Rrprcwntativc Anne Lee Hardy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Hardy of South Charleston, will represent Black Diamond Girl Scout Council at "Colonial Pathways ·74" July 24-Aug. 12 in Will i a m s b u r g , V a . , a G i r l Scout wider opportunities event. attended WVU and Morris Harvey College. He is employed by the State in blueprinting, engineering and right-of-way division. The couple will make their home at 424MB 58th St., S. E Special Purchase! POLYESTER PANTS Regularly $ $22.00 ^ DRESSES COATS--Raincoats SPORTSWEAR COCKTAILS PANTSUITS FORMALS DIAL 346-0461 FOR PROMPT ORDER SERVICE! CHRISTMAS IN JULY? ATCOYLE'S WE START THE BELLS HOLIDAY ART NEEDLEWORK KITS FOR YOU TO DO! 4.50 k 20.00 It's never too early to think about Yuletide gifting and decorating. And Bucilla has just the right idea with equipped kits for toys and all the trimmings, and charming little gifts, all for you to do yourself. How grand to receive a gift that's pretty and personal too ... and a future heirloom! Everything you need is included in the kits, with simple to follow instructions. Use your summer leisure time creating your own version of Holiday c r a f t . . . for someone you love! Shown are just a sampling of the bright Christmas ideas awaiting you in Coyle's Third Floor Needlecraft Deportment. 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