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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 50

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, May 19, 1974
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3D--Mav 1974 Sunday Gazette-Mail Charleston. v«4» Virginia Quotable Women... Ghandi By The Associated Press Here are some quotable quotes from women during the week: "To say.our policy is antila- bor is the most preposterous statement that anybody could have made. . . .We are for labor, but even more for the country. The country's interests come first, and they are above the interests of any one section." Prime Minister Indira Ghandhi, defending her handling of India's railways strike. * * * " T h a t ' s n o t s t r e a k i n g , t h a t ' s indecent exposure." Jean Lawler, manager of a Portsmouth, R.I., motel, complaining about police officers : Reach Milestone - A family gathering with a few close friends joining the party honored Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Edens of Rt. 1, yinton, Ohio, as they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary on April 27. Former Charleston residents, they have owned and operated a dairy farm at Vinton for the past 18 years. She is the former Lillion Scragg. They have one son. Darus of Charleston, three step- grandchildren and two step-great-grandchildren. Five Generations .A family gathering, held recently when the Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Skeens of Danville celebrated their 63rd wedding anniversary, brought together five generations of their family. The Rev. Skeens is seated, center, and Mrs. Skeens holds their five-months-old great- great-grandson. Other members of the group include the baby's mother, Mrs. Linda Gale Alford (seated, left); his grandmother, Mrs. Nada Price (standing, left); and his great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Skeens. she said ran naked through the motel's night club. » » * "He has not always pursued that ambition. It came along as his career developed. Lots of people have been saying for years and years that he should be president. For me, he is the best political man France has." Anne-Aymone Giscard d'Estaing, whose husband Valery is running for president of France, speaking about his career. * * * "We're going ahead as strong as ever. We'll make do -- it won't fall through the crack." Anne Armstrong, presidential counselor, speak- Make-Up For Men (C) 1974 Netc York Times NEW YORK - Make-up for men? Hold on to your shoulder-length hair. Its here. Not just facial bronzers that make a man look as though he commutes to the Bahamas. Or a discreet touch of blusher when he's green from a hangover, but the works: eyeshadow, mascara and maybe some lipstick. Mary Quant cosmetics has brought male face-painting out of the closet with a magazine advertisement showing a young man and a young woman wearing matching blue- shadowed eyes and rosy mouths, (and not much of anything else except similar chain necklaces.) His hand on her bare shoulder is decorated with dark nail polish. Scary? "Let's face it," says Jack Winters, president of the Gala Cosmetics Group Inc., which distributes Mary Quant here, "plenty of men are already wearing makeup. Take a walk on Third Avenue and look around. They're wearing it, they might as well buy ours.'' Winters continues that his company is not knocking down doors, but he feels that male make-up is a "trendy" thing about the young and not neces- sarilv a homosexual f a d . "Enlightened young people have less hangups today," he went on. "Couples come to the counter together and before you know it, he's trying on the shadow." "You're putting your head in the sand if you ignore the trend," he said. "Men accepted bronzers without fuss -and they're really a form of f o u n d a t i o n . There is, of course, a heavy homosexual acceptance, but a lot of the rock groups -- Alice Cooper, David Bowie -- wear make-up and the kids just want to paint their faces." There has been a mixed reaction from department store buyers. Some laughed and had no objection to the idea since it does not involve extra inventory (there will be no special men's line). Others were annoyed at the idea. "Anyway, we're going to have fun with it," Winters said. Winters was already braced for the inevitable question about whether he uses makeup: "Do dress manufacturers wear dresses?" , Wayne-Morton Rite Held Miss B e l i n d a M o r t o n , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Morton, became the bride of Paul E. Wayne, son of Mr. and M r s . Kenna J. Wayne, all of Clendenin, at 7:30 p.m., Friday in the United Methodist Church of Clendenin. The Rev. Albert C. Van Re- enen officiated and music was provided by Renee Lepley and Brenda Thompson. Miss Paulette Zalewski was maid of honor and Miss Nancy Eckenrode, both of Pennsylvania, and Miss Karen Smith of Clendenin, were bridesmaids. Garry Groves of Montgomery served as best man and ushers were Roger Baker of Covington, Va., and Dirk Morton, brother of the bride. » * * THE COUPLE is honeymooning in Myrtle Beach, S.C., They will live at 301 Arthur St., Clarksburg. Mrs. Wayne graduated magna cum laude from Alderson- Broaddus College with a B. S. degree in nursing. Her husband is a magna cum laude graduate from West Virginia Institute of Technology with a bachelor's degree in industrial management. He is a member of Rho Epsilon Beta fraternity and has accepted a position with U n i o n C a r b i d e Corp. i n Clarksburg. MRS. P. E. WAYNE former Itelinda Morton Bride-Elect Smoot-Bid St. Agnes Church in Kanawha City will be the setting at noon on Aug. 3 when marriage vows are exchanged by Miss R h o n d a Faye S m o o t a n d Adolph Louis Biel II. . She is the daughter of Mr. an'd Mrs. William E. Smoot of Charleston and he is the son of Mrs. Adolph L. Biel of Chilton Manor and the late Dr. Biel. ; A g r a d u a t e of M a r s h a l l University, the future bride is affiliated with Smoot Realty. Her f i a n c e , who is self-em- p'ioyed. was educated at Texas Southmost State College and West Virginia State College. Cle'ments OPEN SUNDAYS Family Buffet from 11:30 to 3:30 Adults $ 2 95 Children 10 and under $195 1 Phil Ramirez Duo Entertaining in the twening Cie'ifients Supper Club 2805 Kanawha Blvd. E. 925-7843 ing about criticism of the Nixon administration's failure to hire more women. * * » "Whenever some North Americans speak about Spanish music they get only the idea of castanets and maracas, neither of which are Ar- gentinian. And neither is the Buffalo ORG Installs tango to which Valentino took long steps. The Argentine tango is always a cry: You left me. She is gone. I am alone. It is raining and I don't know why I'm here. It is complicated music, not easy to play." Argentine folk and pop singer Ginamaria Hidalgo, in a New York interview. BUFFALO - Patty Rumbaugh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rumbaugh of Winfield, will be installed as worthy advisor of Buffalo Assembly No. 62, Order of the Rainbow for Girls at 2 p.m. today at the Buffalo Masonic Lodge. Installing officers will be Mr. John W. Chapman Jr., Mrs. Irene Weaver, Miss Kim Raynes, Miss Gatla Williamson, Mrs. Maxuie Jefferies. Rev. James Reitter and Leon McCoy. Other officers to be installed are: Charleita Craddock, worthy associate advisor; Sherry Booth, charity; Marsha McKinney, hope; and Karen Howard, faith. PICTURE FRAMING · CafcryMwttFrMes · Creji f rirts · Ne««tH«t · Enkf«Mtries HARPER'S PICTURE FRAMING tt CAPITOL ST. 343-21111 OPEN SUNDAY 7 'til 7p.m piece goods shop 6 ENTIRE STOCK! OVER 10,000 YDS. EVERY BOLT! ONE LOW PRICE! ALL REDUCED TO ONE LO,W PRICE REGARDLESS OF ORIGINAL PRICE VALUES TO $7.00 YD. 100% PdYESTK KNITS NOTHING HELD BACK! SAVE TO 60°lo! 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