Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on May 19, 1974 · Page 51
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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, May 19, 1974
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7D~May 19,1974 Sunday Gazette-Mail CUarl«i.too. W«*» Virsww Former Residents Returning to City By Diddy Mathews Palmer Telephone 342-1010 Returning soon to reside in Charleston again are Mr. and Mrs. John M. Swalm Jr., who will be at home at 901 Chestnut Rd.. the former home of Mr. and Mrs. V. Gene Byard. Since 1950. Swalm has been associated with the chemicals and plastics division of Union Carbide Corp.. and was at the South Charleston plant until seven years ago. when he was transferred to the Bound- brook. N.J.i plant as assistant manager of that installation. He now has been made projects manager of Union Carbide's maintenance operations team, which coordinates maintenance of the chemical and plastics departments in 14 plants throughout the country, with headquarters in South Charleston. ' M r . · a n d Mrs. Swalm and their family; have been living in Westfleld. N. J. They are parents of two sons and three daughters, all born in Charleston. Priscilla. the youngest, has just graduated from Duke University! in Durham. N. C. John III is married to the former Sue Brown .of this city and they live in Jacksonville. Fla._Bart, also married, lives in Wichita Falls. Tex. Meredith ( M u f f i e ) is married to Bill Bullington, native of Charleston, and they reside in St. Petersburg, Fla. Janie was married in February to Jay Heine and they make their home in Westfield. . Mr. and Mrs. Swalm are members of Edgewood Country Club and she belongs to the Junior League. Mr. and Mrs. Byard and their daughters, Kim and Kay Moorman and Jane Byard, will be living^ at 1723 Rolling Hills Circle.' Mrs. Byard's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cox. recently moved here from Indianapolis. Ind.. and have taken an apartment in Greenbrier Gardens. MISS CHRISTIE L y n n Louderback, who has just finished her first-year studies at West Virginia Wesleyan College in Buckhannon, arrived Friday to spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Louderback of Edgewood Drive. She is attending Wesleyan on an honor scholarship, and in recent campus elections was named vice president of the sophomore : class for 1974-75. Christie was selected by the Salvation Army to be counselor this summer at Camp Happy Valley, in Putnam County. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Muehlman of Ridgeview Road have returned to their home after traveling in Europe for the last five weeks. They first visited Spain and Majorca, then went to Switzerland, where they were joined by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Muehlman Jr., who had been living and working in Denmark since last September. The two couples toured Switzerland for a week and afterwards visited relatives in southern Germany. The younger Muehlmans then returned to the states, and his parents went on to northern Italy to visit Florence and Italy before flying home. Mrs. Muehlman Jr., is an endocrinologist and for six months was engaged in a research project at a hospital near Copenhagen, and her husband had a job with General Motors during their stay there. .MISS LAURA V. Painter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Graham F. Painter of Shawnee Circle, returned last week to her home after touring western states for the last four, months with a former classmate at Randolph-Macon Woman's College. Miss Sandra Spencer of Greenwood, Miss. The two young women had jobs at a ski resort restaurant in Vail, Colo., for two months before going on to California, where they visited friends in various cities. Among those they visited were Mrs. Hazel Couch Leavitt of Sonoma, Calif, former Charlestonian, and Miss Cindy Claymore of San Francisco, daughter of Mrs. June W. Claymore of Venable Avenue. W. Kenyon Bush, who attends Boston University in Boston, Mass., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenyon T. Bush of Ridgeway Road. Miss Jane Richmond Smallridge of Seattle. Wash., and her fiance, Charles Edwin Howell Luedde of St. Louis, Mo., will arrive Friday to spend several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Smailridge Jr. of Bougemont Road. Miss Susan Muehlhausser has returned to Munich, Germany, where she has been living for the last year, after spending -several weeks with . her patents. Mr. and Mrs. Carl K. Muehlhausser of Alva Drive. She is employed in the foreign department of an insurance company in Munich. ·" * * * MRS. HUNTER BOGGS of the Town House apartments and her sister, Mrs. Frederck W. Sawyers of Hinton, will return this week from California, where they went to attend the wedding of Mrs. Boggs' son. John H. Boggs, and Miss Kathleen Judd, which took place Saturday at the Church of the Hills in Los Angeles. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clair Judd of Los Angeles, and her husband will reside in Houston, Tex., where he is with Christy Industries. Thomas Boggs of Dallas, Tex., also a former Charlestonian, was a groomsman in the wedding. Before returning to Charleston, Mrs. Boggs and Mrs. Sawyers will visit Dr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Sawyers in Claremont, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. C. Worthington Bateman will arrive Fri- day from Washington, D. C., to spend Memorial Day weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip G. Terrie of Lindy Road. Miss Sally Thorndike returned Thursday to her home in Wicomico Church, Va., after a week's visit .with Mr. and Mrs. Walton S. Shepherd Jr. of Wood Road, parents of her fiance, Walton Smith Shepherd III of Sissonville. The younger Shepherd was nominated for the House of Delegates in Tuesday's primary election. Miss Julie Smith, who has completed her junior year at Salem College in Winston-Salem, N.C., will arrive this week to visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E, Dana Smith of Norwood Road, before returning June 1 to spend the summer working at Mesda Museum of early southern decorative arts in Old Salem. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Smith last week were her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. andMrs. John R. Jamison of Lafayette, Ind.. their daughter, Mrs. George Tatman of Richmond, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Smythe of Louisville, Ky., and Mrs. V. Pierre Serodino of Cincinnati, Ohio, who are leaving today for Sweet Briar, Va. where Mrs. Jamison, Mrs. Smythe and Mrs. Serodino will attend their 45th class reunion at Sweet Briar College and Mrs. Tatman her 15th. * * * MR. AND MRS. Frank R. Lyon Jr., former Charlestoni- ans. left Saturday for their home in Rye, N.Y., after spending several days as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Drumheller Jr. of Briarwood Road. Lewis M. Williams, manager of Edgewood Country Club for the last three and a half years, left Friday for Macon, Ga., where he will manage the River North Golf and Country Club. He will reside in the Nob Hill Apartments in that city. Mrs. H. D. Fontaine of Quarrier Street returned Wednesday from Louisville, Ky., where she spent 10 days with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Otto. Mr. and Mrs. Platt Staunton will arrive Saturday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick M. Staunton of Staunton Road, for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Staunton and Mr. and Mrs. James B. Martin of Loudon Heights Road returned Tuesday from a week's visit in Nag's Head, N. C., where they were guests at the Carolinian Hotel. Mrs. C. E. McMillion has returned to her home on Summit Drive after spending the past few months at her winter home in Palm Beach, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Mills Jr. of Hickory Road returned Tuesday from a two- weeks trip. After visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Glenn Brown in Charles Town, and attending the Gold Cup races in Warrenton, Va., they went to Carlisle, Pa., to fish, and then spent the weekend in Etters, Pa., as guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Byrne. * * * MRS. MARY SULLIVAN, French teacher at George Washington High School, is chaperoning seven of her pupils on a six-weeks European study tour, June 24 to Aug. 2, and will be accompanied by her husband, Michael E. Sulli- v a n , who teaches at the Shawkey School in St. Albans. The group will take courses arranged by the University of Bath, two weeks in Paris and two in Nice, and also will visit Paris, Rome, Venice and London. G. W. students planning to take the trip are Julie Blair, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Blair III of Rockholly Road; Irene Nicholas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Nicholas of Derning Drive; Martha McClaugherty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. McClaugherty of Bendcrest Road; Kathe Carman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Carman of Chestnut Road; Nancy McClure, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. McClure of Angel Terrace; Nancy Joseph, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Joseph of Parkwood Rd., and Sonja Tobler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erich Tobler of Woodvale Road. Mrs. Don E. Cline and son, Chipper, have returned to their home in Hempstead, N. Y., after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Butler of Mayflower Drive. Her husband, also a former Charles- tonian, is employed in Hempstead by Eastern Airlines, and is featured in a TV commercial made for Eastern by Young Rubicon Advertising Co., currently being shown in cities served by the airline. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Don C. Cline of Loudon Heights, he is also co-owner of a new business, Eastern Air Conditioning and Alterations Co., in the Long Island city. DR. WILLIAM THILLY, assistant professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Mass., recently received the Everett Moore Baker T e a c h i n g Award, annually given to a younger M.I.T. faculty member in recognition of extraordinary interest and ability in inspiring undergraduate understanding of academic work. Dr. Thilly is the son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Foutche of Dudley Road, his wife being the former Miss Diane Foutche of Charleston. With their infant son, William Foutche Thilly, born in December, they will visit her parents here sometime in June. Capt. and Mrs. William B. Morton returned Thursday to their home in Virginia Beach, Va. after attending the funeral of her mother, Mrs. William T. Lively, who died last Sunday at her home on Quarrier Street. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lively Jr., of S u m m i t Drive, were on vacation in Spain when his mother died, and returned here Tuesday. Also in Charleston for the funeral were the Mortons' son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Bennett of New York City, and the late Mrs. Lively's brother, M. Starke Donnally of Syracuse, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Otis G. Stewart of Glen Ferris are weekend guests at the Lakeview Inn and Country Club in Morgantown. They attended the Emeritus Club dinner Friday. ATTENDING THE wedding on Saturday in Lancaster, Pa., of Miss Debra Ann Hankins and William Ramsey Laird IV, were Mrs. J a m e s H. White, Miss Betsy Laird and Mrs. Mary Ella Troelstrup of Fayetteville, Mrs. William Ramsey Laird II of Kanawha Falls, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Schrimper of Palm Beach, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Carlton of Vernon, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Joiner of Delray Beach, Fla., and Dr. and Mrs. John Emerling of Pittsburgh, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gardner of Maiden returned Monday from Lexington, Ky., where they attended the graduation of their son, Edward, from the University of Kentucky. He received a B. A. degree with honors from the school of journalism. The Gardners were joined by their daughter, Carol of Newark, Ohio, a social worker for the Licking County Department of Welfare. Edward, who will resume studies for a doctor's degree in September, left Monday for a vacation in Myrtle Beach. S. C., with his wife, the former Deborah Bowman of Belle. They will return via Charleston next week. While in Lexington, the Harry Gardners visited her nephew and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jarnes H. Parrish and children, Elizabeth and James, former residents of Charleston. Mrs. James Sell has returned to her home at 813 Cedar Rd. after five weeks in Charleston General Hospital where she was recuperating from a fall in which she broke her leg. Among out-of-town guests at the wedding of Miss Tracie Ann Christian and Stuart Tappan Rose were Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bassett of Brigantine, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Farris Bassett and Cathy Bassett of Bliss field, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. David Williams of Buck- tt'tt'Ktttt^^^ \*K*yttwy^^ YOUR FURRIER KNOWS FURS REST! Steiger's specializes in furs. It's our -x only business ... not a sideline. :·:· Steiger's has cold storage vaults ;X on the premises and does all §· cleaning, glazing, repairing and S remodeling at the store. 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