Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 16, 1972 · Page 58
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 58

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 16, 1972
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ttE--July 16, 1972 Sunday Gasette-Mail Ch»rl«ton, W«| vinlnl* Families on Mid-Summer Trips Brenda Counts, G. L Martin Wed By Diddy Ma thews Palmer Telephone 342-1010 Mrs. Joseph E. Settle of Middle Road and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Settle Jr. of Noyes Avenue have had as their guests for the last week his two married daughters and their families. Both young women are natives of Charleston and both are married to career officers in the U.S. Armed Forces. The former Miss Dudley Settle is now Mrs. Guy Cain Jr., her husband is a lieutenant commander in the U.S. Navy, and they are parents of two children, Sharon and David. Lt. Cmdr. Cain has been on the staff of an airplane carrier for several years, and he and his family resided at Virginia Beach, Va. He has been ordered to report for duty at an air base in Puerto Rico on Aug. 1, and before leaving for the new assignment, he and his family are also visiting his mother, Mrs. Guy Cain, in Huntington. Mrs. Reid Frank, the former Miss Carolyn Settle, is married to a major in the U.S. Army, and they were accompanied here by their children, Charles, Julia and Andy. They left Friday to visit friends in Ohio before going to F o r t Leavenworth, Kan., where Maj. Frank will attend the Command and General Staff School for nine months. When he completes his courses there, he will teach military history at the U.S. Mili- tady Academy in West Point, N.Y., of which he is a graduate. Maj. Frank returned in April from his second tour of duty in Vietnam. During his absence, Mrs. Frank and the children made their home in Durham, N.C., where her hus- ren, Ted, Mary Langhorne and John, have returned to Vienna, Va., after coming here for the memorial service held for George L. Coyle III last week. Also here for the service were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Coyle and daughter, Sarah, and William Coyle, of Charles Town. James Coyle Jr. also accompanied his family to Charleston and is remaining for a visit with his grandmother, Mrs. Dorothy D. Donnally of Abney Circle. Mrs. Jesse Thomas III of Roller Road left Thursday for Memphis, Tenn., where she is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. John B. Hamsher. She will also visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Walker, in Atlanta, Ga. Miss Susan Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Terry Young of Charlotte, N. C., will arrive today to visit her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Young of Viewmont Drive and Mrs. Hugh G. Thompson of Newton Road. Her brother, Steven Young, has also been the guest of his grandparents for two weeks and returned Thursday to Charlotte. MR. AND MRS. Gary J. (Joe) Triplett and their two daughters, who have resided at 2810 Noyes Ave., will be spending the next few weeks preparing to move to their new home at 74 Eastview Dr., Pleasantville, N. Y,, where they expect to be settled by Aug. 1. Triplett has been transferred by the Union Carbide Corp. to its New York City law department, where he will serve as environmental and energy affairs counsel. He will also handle legal matters involving Carbide's chemicals, band had received a master's plastics and hydrocarbon op- degree from Duke University orations, and will retain supervision of the law offices at the year before. She has been teaching comprehensive reading at Duke. MR. AND MRS. Baxter C. Prescott and two of their daughters, Sally and Laura, will return today to their home in Comstock Place from Snowmass-in-Aspen, C o l o . , where they had a condominium for a month. They were joined there by a n o t h e r daughter, Patti, student at Simmons College in Boston, Mass., who has a summer job in Aspen. While there, Sally, who is a member of the local ice skating club, took skating lessons at the Brown Ice Palace, and Laura studied violin at the Aspen Music Festival. The Prescolts' son, Tom, a rising senior at Lake Forest College in Illinois, accompanied them as far as Michigan, the South Charleston plant, which he has headed since 1969. He has been with the company since 1958. Mr. and Mrs. Triplett are both native West Virginians and both graduates of West Virginia University, where he took his law degree and she received a master's in international relations. Mrs. Triplett has been employed in the local social security offices, and is a member of Ann Bailey chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Her husband has been active in the Red Cross, a member of the Army-Navy Club's board of directors and was this year listed in the American "Who's Who" of business and professional leaders The Tripletts' daughters, Martha, 11, and Grace, 9, where he is employed on the have attended Kanawha City food staff of the Interlachen Elementary S c h o o l , where Music Camp for the summer. The family also stopped in St. Joseph, Mich., where they spent several days with Mrs. Prescott's brother-in-law and ,,,',,,,",..," r r, MRS. WALTER L. Brown and her son and daughter, Keith and Virginia Marie, of Berkeley Heights. N..I.. Martha won the D.A.R.'s history essay contest this year. The family has attended the Baptist Temple. sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Spelman, and were joined by another sister and her family, Mr. and Mrs. James McHale and their twin daughter and son, Laura and Peter, of Eastport, Ga. MR. AND MRS. Herold E. Samples of Crede Drive will return today from a three- week trip to Europe. They first visited Bad Kreuznach, Germany, near Frankfort, where they were guests of their son and daughter-in-law, Sgt. and Mrs. Stephen F. Samples, and afterwards the two couples toured southern Germany and visited Amsterdam, Holland, and Salzburg, Austria. Sgt. Samples has been on army duty in Bad Kreuznach for the last year. Mr. and Mrs. F. Rodgers Brooks will return Monday to Baltimore, Md., after spending the weekend with their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lawson, and their son-in-law's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Lawson Jr. of Grosscup Road. The younger Lawsons are spending the summer here, and in the fall will go to Richmond, Va., where he will teach at the Collegiate School. MISS ELEANOR Smith has returned to Richmond, Va., after visiting her roommate at Hollins College. Miss Anne Francke of Connell Road. Anne and her sister, Beth, and Jane Beattie of Comstock Place, spent last weekend at the Francke vacation home at. Beech Mountain, N. C., and they attended the annual Scpt- · Games Festival at Linville, N. C. Mrs. Norman LeFave and her daughter, Rita, of Delray Beach, Fla., are visiting her aunt, Mrs. Montague Blundon of Virginia Street. Mrs. LeFave, the former Miss Jane Gallaher of this city, was among guests at the wedding of her niece. Miss Susan Miller Lee, and Michael Hess, which took place Saturday in Fayetteville. Also attending the wedding were the bride's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Gallaher III and their son and daughter, Clinton and Susie, of Briarwood Road, and Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Blundon of Roller Road. Mrs. Pearl Jenkins returned Thursday to her home in Utica, Mich., after a week's visit with Mrs. Harvey G. Davis of Oak wood Road. MR. AND MRS. James T. Coyle and three of their child- are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Oakcs of Maiden, while her husband is spending two weeks in England. Brown, a research physicist and department head at the Bell Laboratories in Murray Hills, N.J., was invited to address tiie International Conference at the J. J. Thompson Physical Labs at the University of Reading, in Berkshire, "and will give lectures on "Defects in Semi-Conductors" there this week, Mrs. Brown is the former Miss Lucie Mae Oakes of Maiden. Mr. and Mrs. B. Stanley Gill Jr. and children. Marjorie and Nancy, of Lookout Road and Mrs. Gill's mother, Mrs. William A. Seitz of Chilton Manor, will return today from a vacation at Myrtle Beach, S.C. They were joined there by Mrs. Seitz' other son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Garry Martin and daughter, Lisa, of Columbia, Md. MISS SUSAN J o h n s o n , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Johnson Jr. of Glen Road, is spending the summer at Cape Cod, Mass., where she is a member of a summer stock company performing at the Monomoy Theater in Chatham. She went there in June after receiving an A.B. degree in fine arts and drama from Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, and had a leading role in the players' first production of the season, "Sing Out Sweet Land". She will also have a part in the next play, "Nude Violin^ by Noel Coward. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Evans of Longwood Road ha"e returned from a two-week's vacation at Fort Lauderclale, Fla.. where thfcv were guests at the Ramada Inn. They also visited in Daytona Beach. MRS. MARTHA Powell and her sons, Brian and Gregory, returned Thursday to their home in Pleasantville, N.Y., after spending two weeks with her mother, Mrs. M. L. Holland of Bradford Street. Miss Sally Thorndikc of Wi- comoco Church, Va., is spending the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Walton S. Shepherd Jr. and their son, Tony, at their home on Wood Road. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh G. Thompson Jr. of Woodcliff Road have returned from a week's stay at their home in Vero Beach, Fla. They were accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. Robert Hess of Clarksburg. Mrs. Joy Smithberger and her daughter, Julie, who resided in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., for a year have returned to Charleston and are making their home at 6 Vest Place, South Hills. COL. BEN W. Venable of Upper Ridgeway Road, his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Q. Blundon, and their daughters, Helen and Augusta, of Roller Road returned Thursday from a two-week trip to Europe, where they toured Germany, Austria and Holland. Mrs. Charles B. Gates Jr. and her daughter. Ann, will return today to their home on Cedar Road after spending several weeks at their cottage at Nag's Head, N.C. Mrs. Louise Rosenbaum of Ridgemont Road and Mrs. Henry W. Battle of Oakmont Road will return today from Salt Lake City, Utah, where they visited Mrs. Rosenbaum's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Jacobson. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Colgan Jr. and his son, Harry III, have returned to Brooklyn, N.Y., after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Matthews of Staunton Avenue. MR. AND MRS.* Herbert H. Dye Jr. and their daughters, Eleanore, Julie Nanette and Sheri Lea, have returned to Los Alamitos, Calif., after visiting his mother, Mrs. Virginia Dye of West Washington Street. Mrs. Thomas C. Matthews of Green Lake, Wise., formerly of Charleston, arrived Thursday to visit Mrs. Henry F. Benn at her home on Quar- ricr Street. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Esposito of this city and Logan left Saturday for a visit in San Francisco, Calif. They returned earlier in the week from Miami, Fla., where they visited his brother and sister- in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Vito Esposito. MR. AND MRS.'Kenneth If. Hill of Bradford Street and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Rnach of New Cumberland will leave Friday for northern Ontario, Canada, where they will spend Iwo weeks at the Eagle Lake Lodge. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Hale and children, Jennifer and John Thomas, r e t u r n e d Wednesday to their home in Arlington, Va., after a week's visit with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Marion F. Jarrctt of Forest Drive. ELIZABETH WALLACE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David H. Wallace, Philip and Mardi Tatton, children of Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Tallon; Mary Lynn W o o 1 d r i d g e, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wooldridge; Martha and Beth Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Davis; Sandi Bonwell, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Robert. A. Bonwell, and Linda Williams, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Patrick C. Williams, will return today from Troy, Ohio, where they participated in the prc- silver and silver dance tests at the Hobart Ice Arena. Mr. and Mrs. 'i'aiton. Mr. · and Mrs. David, Mr. and Mrs. Bnnwel! and Mrs. Williams accompanied the children. Mr. and Mrs. John Prince Harris and daughters, Susan and Cynthia, will return today from Beech Mountain, N.C. They girls attended Camp Seafarer for five weeks. Mrs. Laban Gwinn of Forest Circle has as houseguests Mr. and Mrs. Asa Godby of Port Charlotte, Fla., and Mrs. W. W. Walters and children, Jean and Danny of Deland, Fla. * * * ATTENDING the wedding on Saturday of Roberta Starr and Charles D. Baxter were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stobart of Wheeling, Mr. and Mrs. James A, Starr of Morgantown, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith of Chillicothe. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stobart of Peru, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bush of Berkeley Springs, Dr. and Mrs. Joe Ben Jolliffee of Kingwood, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garner Roush of Largo, Fla., and Mr. and Mrs. Delmus Delvin Good of Walton. Mrs. Garth Neville of Nashville, Tenn., arrived Friday to spend a week with her mother, Mrs. Virginia C. Field of the Imperial Towers apartments. Mr. and Mrs. Glen 0. Fortney of Staunton Avenue have returned from a fhree-week vacation which included two weeks in Jerusalem, Israel, where they attended the Sixth International Conference on Water Pollution Research and toured the Holy Land. Miss Jeckie Y. Auvil of Aurora, Mrs. Fortney's sister, is vis- itng in Charleston and attending a camp at Bluestone Conference Center. LT. COL. and Mrs. William F. Palmer, daughter Beth, and twin sons Sam and Cass are visiting this week with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Palmer of Belle. Lt. Col. Palmer and his family are en route to Tampa, Fla., where he has been transferred with the Air Force from Las Vegas, Nev. Mrs. Rose Coleman of Oak Park, Mich., has returned home after a visit with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Kravitz of Venable Ave., SE, and their son, Steven. Mr. and Mrs. Kravitz and Steven were in Shaker Heights, Ohio, as the guests of Mrs. Kravitz's brother, Dr. Henry S. Dennis, and Mr. and Mrs. Kravitz brought Mrs. C o l e m a n back to Charleston with them from there. Steven flew home before them to return to work at the Charleston Gazette, where is is a summer intern. He attends the University of Arizona. OUT-OF-TOWN' guests attending the July 1 wedding of Miss Carolyne Harris and Phillip Carringlon Jr. included; Mr. and Mrs. James A. Harris and Mrs. Shirley Atwell of Washington, D. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Harris of Bran- clywine. Md.; Michael Harris of Ft. Dix, N.J.; Russell Dan- dridgc and family, Mrs. Stanley Wakefield and Mrs. Mattie Johnson of Columbus, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Coax- urn and son of Cleveland, Ohio; Miss Gloria Cooley of Chicago, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles White of Dayton, Ohio; Miss June Green, Mr. NOW EVEN GREATER SAVINGS NOW on Women's Shoes Regular 11.98 to 23.98 G 90 !! 90 Choose from Naturalized Cobblers Life Stride · Bass Sandals · Miss America HANDBAGS REDUCED 25% to 50% Men's White Shoes Reduced 30% 228 Caoito! St. Established 1892 and Mrs. Phillip Carrington Sr M Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wright. Mr. and Mrs. John Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wellman, Miss Valarie Smith and Miss Gwendolyn Knowlcs of Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. Frank Harris and children of Cincinnati, Ohio; Mrs. Patricia Broodneaux and son of Roanoke, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Harris of Lexington, Va.; and Mr. and Mrs. Glen D. Kent and Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel S. Hardman Jr. of Philadelphia. Pa. Attending Camp Appalachia near Hot Springs, Va., are Ginny Poole, Melissa and Allison Blake, Elizabeth Sheiton, Kathy Lieberman, Sarah Ann Lowman and Andrea Fisher, all of Charleston. MRS. CARROLL E. Miller, first vice president of the General Federation of Women's Clubs, William T. Bright and John Harper of Bright of America at Sumrnersville, were in Washington, D.C., last Friday for a conference with GFWC President Mrs. Kermit V. Haugan. Accompanying them oh the private plane of Bright of America were Mrs. William T. Bright and Mrs. Miller's sister. Miss Virginia Lee Barnes. Mrs. Miller, who arrived from Missoula, Mont., on Thursday, and Miss Barnes are members of the Woman's Club of Charleston. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Stover, and children, Wendy and Steven, of Dover, N.J., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bus Robinson of 3301 Chesterfield Ave., SE. Attending the wedding July 1 of Miss Corinne Townsley and Roy Lewis Crandall III were Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Townsley of Washington Court House, Ohio, Mrs. 0. E. Chit- tendcn and Mrs. Gary Bibbs In a candelight ceremony at 8 p.m. Saturday, Miss brenda J. Counts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs:. Keith J, Counts of Monta Vista Drive, became the bride of Gilbert I. Martin, son of Mrs. Zelma Martin ol Sissonville and the late Mr. Kenneth V. Martin. The Rev. William D. Layne Jr. performed the ceremony at Community Chapel Church in Tyler Heights. Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Carl Gordon, organist, and Harold Hamrick, soloist. GIVEN IN marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length A-line gown of white dotted Swiss over peau. White Venise lace outlined her portrait neckline, empire bodice and hemline and cuffed the bishop sleeves. A crown of shirred silk held her double cathedral-length mantilla of imported silk illusion bordered with matching lace. Her jewelry was a diamond pendant necklace which was a gift from the bridegroom. She carried a white lace handkerchief and wore the diamond engagement ring that belongs to her maternal grandmother, Mrs. Hazel Larter. Her basket of white summer flowers was accented with roses and daisies. Ssrving as matron of honor was Mrs. William D. Layne III. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Larry Cot t r i l l and Mrs. Charles iviowry, sisters of the bridegroom. Miss Kelley Boyd and Sandra Buckner. both cousins of the bride, were junior bridesmaid and flowergirl. ROCKY GIBSON was best man and ushers were Larry bearer. Following a reception in the church activities building, the couple leit for 3 wedd'ag trip to the Smokev Mountains. They will reside at 404 Delaware Ave. Mrs. Martin was graduated from Nitro High School and received her B. S. degree in home economics from West Virginia State College. She is employed as an instructor of vocational food service at the Charleston Job Corps Center for Women. . 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