Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 29, 1975 · Page 49
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June 29, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 49

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let Qut-Of-Town Guests Here for Weddmgs Mrs. Ernst R. Habicht left Saturday for home in Wilmington, Del., after a week's visit here with her niece, Mrs. Wil- Uam R. Johnson Jr. of Glen Road. Out-of-town guests attending the wedding of Rebecca Jennings and Larry King on Saturday were Dr. and Mrs. Robert Rowland of Greensboro, N.C.; Mrs. Allen WSbfford of Johnson City, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wells of Mullins; Mr. and Mr. Clifford McDaniels of Gallipolis, Ohio; and George Walker of Fredricks- tiurg.Va. Tlie rehearsal dinner was held at the Wren's Nest and was given by the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald King. A shower was given by Miss Connie Kaiser, Miss Janie May and Miss Debbie Miller. '.: · * * * -GUESTS FROM out of town attending the; wedding on Saturday of Lisa Boehm arid Todd Trumbore included Mr. and Mrs. William L. Hawk of Pittsburgh, Pa.; Mrs. Everett Miller of Alkol; Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson of Midway, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Okey B. Johnson Jr. of Nashville, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Boehm of Louisville, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Boehm of Hurricane; Miss Pam Thompson of Gales Ferry, Conn. . ^-Also Miss Neva Parker of Rockport, Mass.; Miss Kathy Bushing of Maryville, Tenn.; Miss Patty Sanford of Edgewood, Pa.; Miss Sally Gillespie of Vienna, Pa.; Miss Penelope Putnam of Wayne, N.J.; Thomas Brackbill of Jamesburg, N.J.; Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Chellgren, Mr. and Mrs. Leeland Creed, Mr. and Mrs. L. Ford Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hood, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Hooker, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reiser Jr., the Rev. and Mrs. James Rucker, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Smith -and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trumbore, all of Ashland, Ky. Completing the pest list were Ms. Lisa Deman and children of Portland, Ore.; Mr. and Mrs. Don Wilburn of Charlton Heights; Mr. and Mrs/Frank DePolo of Mdrgantown; Allan Hoke of Maryville; Mr! and Mrs. Frank Kephart of Albuqu- .erque, N.M.; Drs Howard and Marilyn Pollop of Knoxville, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reiber of Raleigh, N.C.; James Saint IV, of Louisville; the Rev. and Mrs. Richard Krajeski of Morgantown; and Charles Windand of Indianapolis, Ind. PRENUPTIAL PARTIES given in honor of the bride included a kitchen shower held at Maryville College in Tennessee by Miss Penny Putnam, a double shower for the bride and bridegroom, in the form of a covered-dish dinner, by Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Chellgren and Mr. and Mrs. L. Ford Dixon at the Chellgren's home in Ashland. A dinner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reiser Jr. in Ashland. A linen shower was given by Mrs. Herbert Miller at her home on Robin Hood Road. The bridesmaid's luncheon was held at the Army-Navy Club on Friday. The bride's mother, Mrs. Harold Boehm was hostess and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trumbore, the bridegroom's parents hosted the rehearsal dinner at the Holiday Inn. When the couple return from their honeymoon, the Rev. and Mrs. James Rucker and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Smith will have an old fashioned "pound party" at the couple's apartment in Huntington. * * * OUT-OF-TOWN relatives and guests who attended the wedding on Saturday of Miss Marcia Vigneauit and Arthur Litton II were Mrs. D. H. Gilmer of Long Beach, Miss.; Mrs. F. W. Vigneauit Sr. of Melbourne, Fla.; Mrs. James Kennedy; Missy and Bruce Kennedy of Long Beach; Darby Gilmer of los Angeles, Calif., Mrs. B. A. Petty of Melbourne, Fla.; Mrs. Herman P. Fisher of Green Lake, Maine; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tea of Dayton, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tea of Bourbon, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Holgate of Orange, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Morse and Miss Gayle Morse of Newark, Del.; Dr. and Mrs. Dale Kiles of Norfolk, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cowerhoven of Fairfield, Conri.; ' Also Mrs. Michael Curtis of Ruxton, Md.; Miss Mary Ann Baker, .Harry F. Cohen and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Boggs of Atlanta, Ga.; Walter Petty of Portsmouth, Ohio; Joel Timothy Adams, Danny Mark Adams and Dudley Webb, all of Lexington, Ky.; Miss Lynn Morris Raymond of Warsaw, Ky.; Will Gerard of Louisville, Ky!; Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Williams of Glastonbu- ry, Conn., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stanley of Ashland, Ky. Completing theOut-of-town guest list were: Mr. and Mrs. James RaadoU Hilton, Howard Keisman of New York City; Dr. and Mrs. Britton McJunkin of Charlottesville, Va.; and from Cincinnati, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Menne Jr, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Renzenbrink, Mri and Mrs. Robert Martin, Robert A. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Carol Beckman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cottrill and Mr. and Mrs. James.Stetheni. THE COUPLE was honored at an "announcement" cocktail p^rty. given by Mr, and Mrs. Robert C. : White; the rehearsal dinner at Edgewood Country Club and a brunch at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Taylor. Mrs. Frank Litton entertained the bride at a luncheon at Edgewood Country Club. A luncheon shower was given at the home of Mrs, Cecil I. Walker. Mrs; Walker, Mrs. Richard Walker and Mrs. Stephen Walker. Mrs. Herbert Brown and Mrs! C.L. Spencer were hostesses for a kitchen shower. Mrs. H.E. Erwin, Mrs. James Altaian, Mrs..Charles Granhane, Mrs. James Randolf Hilton and Mrs. Brittaih McJunkin were hostesses for a personal shower, the bridemaids luncheon was given by Mrs. Arthur C. Litton and Mrs. Michael Boggs, sister of .the bridegroom, at Edgewood. MR. AND MRS. ; Bobby Archibald and daughter, Christine, of South Charleston, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Archibald, have returned to their homes after visiting the Grand 01' Opry in Nashville, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs.. John Brown of Petersburg have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs; Milton Archibald, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gillespie, of Victoria, Teias, former residents of Dunbar, are being transferred to the Farnia, Ontario, Canada, plant of Union Carbide. A daughter, Susan, has made the dean's list at the college of fine and applied arts at Lamar, Texas., where she will graduate in August : Mrs. Ida Bahfield of St. Albans and Mrs. Irene McRmnfc of Charleston returned here recently with their sister, Mrs. Leona McKinney of Oak Hill, after a visit with Mrs. McKinney's son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. John Scales III and daughters, Nancy, Elizabeth and Carolyn, of Kensington, Md., and her.son James C. McKinney of Burke, Va. The visit was occasioned by the Scales' 20th anniversary and by their daughter Nancy's graduation. Other guests included Dr. and Mrs. John Scales Jr. of Shreveport, La., and Mr.-and Mrs. William W. Scales and children, Rachel and William Webb Jr. of Bernafdsville, N.J. . » * * MR. AND MRS. Charles Schiff of Dorsey Road have returned from San Diego, Calif., where they attended the American Symphony Orchestra League convention. Schiff is conductor of the Charleston Symphony. The couple extended their travels with trips to Los Angeles to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Roth (Mrs. Roth, a cousin of Mrs. Schiff's, is a violinist and music critic); and to San Francisco to visit Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tilles. Mrs. Tilles is another cousin of Mrs. Schiff's. Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Bowyer have returned from Indialantic, Fla., where they were guests of their son, John, and his ARROW RUG CO. -- ARROW RUG CO. -- ARROW RUG CO. -- ARROW , * * '* * * * * * * * * *, * * * This week only!! 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