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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 43

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-May 30, 1976 Activist Doctor Has a Cause Guests Arrive in City By Pdaer Bihhmi The doctor is an activist. . Marion Motes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maroo Moses of Zabel Drive, received her M. D. degree from Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia on Thursday. She received a nursing degree from Georgetown University in 1957, and a master's degree in education from Columbia University Teachers College in New York in 1960. · She worked as an operating room instructor at Charleston General Hospital in 1959. -_ Sounds like the usual success story of an upward-striving, ambitious and talented young woman making it in the establishment, right? ' Wrong. For five years she was a nurse who worked with the migrant workers of California, an aide to Cesar Chavez who organized the workers. She did whatever work was required of her, typing letters, dispensing medicine, helping organize and extend the boycott of the grape growers. * She wrote of her experiences: . I made my first visit to Delano, Calif., in January of 1966. 1 walked in the door of the strike headquarters around 8 o'clock in the triorning and someone asked, 'Can you type?' and handed me 25 letters to union DR. MARION MOSES ... Jfoccitwi M. D. Dtgnt leaders throughout the country asking for support. "The next three nights I slept on the floor of a farmworker's home. Mornings I was out on the picket line at 5:30 a. m. and I ate in the strike kitchen at an abandoned camp about two miles from strike headquarters." "... I had quit my job in San Francisco in May IMC but continued to work per diem wfcik I wcat through the agonies of deciding to wort as a full time volunteer. I kad participated in the 300-mile march of farm workers from Delano to Sacraroeotp the previous month and this direct experience with the dignity and commitment to. non-violence of workers seeking redress for years of neglect and exploitation made me increasingly dissatisfied with my desk and paper job. "I knew the town was remote and the valley was hot and dusty and dull. I knew there would be no salary, just room and board and $5 a week. I worried about where I would live, what I wouki eat, what I would do for money. I worried about inconsequential things that never concern me now. "In July I went to Delano and told the union I would stay a month. I stayed five years. And when I left, it was to go to school with a promise to return as a doctor. One of the workers said; 'Five years in the strike school and Five years in medical school'." Dr. Moses plans to specialize in internal medicine and in July will begin a three- year-residency program at the University of Colorado Affiliated Hospitals in Denver. She plans to return to work with the United Farm Workers Union in California, when she completes her residency. Among, social affairs given to honor Margaret Walter and John Valiante, who were married Saturday at the First Presbyterian Church, were a luncheon and shower given by Mrs. Jack $walm at her home, a neighborhood recipe and gadget shower given by Mrs. William Wischmann and Mrs. Charles Woodell at the Woodell home, a kitchen shower given by Connie Leckert, Libby Warden, Nancy McCoy, and Mrs. Brian Tborniky at the home of Mrs. William Wright, and a cocktail buffet given by Dr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Wilson, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas McCoy and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wolfe at the Wolfe home. A cocktail party was given by Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Gallaber and Mr. and Mrs. John Mac Muelhman. The mother of the bridegroom, Mrs. L. F. Valiante of Alexandria, Va., was hostess for the rehearsal dinner at Edgewood Country Club, and the bride-elect and her fiance entertained the out-of-town guests with a dance at the clubhouse. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Elkin, Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Kemp McLaughlin, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hayne and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hieronymus honored the couple with a wedding brunch at Berry Hills Country Club. The wedding supper was held at the bride's home. Ms. Madeline Taylor, Dr. and Mrs. I. J. K. Wells ST., Mr. and Mrs. I. J. K. Wells Jr., Mrs. G. W. Whiting, Fred D. Shelton Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Jess* W. Woods Jr., Mr. and. Mrs. Harold Woody, Mrs. Elouise W. Smith, Mrs. Alraeda W. Henry and Mrs. E. L. Powell. * * · MR. AND MRS. J. R. BUSTER of St. Albans have returned from Morgantown where they attended the installation of their daughter Judy into the WVU chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. Miss Buster graduated given by Mr. and Mrs. Douglas BMord, Mrs. Alfred Carrington and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin M. Dooley of Lancaster Ave. SE, have returned from New York City where their son, Michael, received his master's degree from Columbia University. He has accepted a position with the United Fund of Houston, Texas. Sandy Giltinan, 14-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Giltinan of Staunton Road, will spend two weeks backpacking in the wilderness this August while participating in Killington Adventure 76, an excursion sponsored by the Killington Wilderness Trail Camp at Killington Resort in central Vermont. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Perone of Columbus, Ohio are spending the holiday weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Edward W. Eardley of Louden Heights Road. Golf, Bridge Top Week's Plans Ittmtfor I/if Sunday Club Calendar mutt * lubmlttedon pott cardi to tht Woman't )epurtmenl of the Gatettt by 4 p.m. Wtdnttdny. Tuesday Edgeweod Ladlei Golf Am., tee off at 9 a.m., most part, hostesses Mrs. Jane MoorelMlad and Mrs. Gwinn St. Clair. MeMtowbrobk Women's Golf Aim., tee off at 9:30 a.m., low putts, hostesses Mrs. Joe Crabtree and Mrs. Kenneth Darlington. Li'Lecae League of Eleanor,.10 a.m., :nome of Mrs. Howard Tallman, Camelot Village Mobile Park, phone 586-3668 for information, all interested persons welcome. CkarleitM Welcome Wagon Newcomers Clnb, 10 a.m., Ernie's Esquire, cards and games social, 12:15 luncheon, reservations with Jo Kerr, 744-1124 or Lucia Knutson, 342-0015. . Senior Citixeu of Sotth Charleston Recreation Center, 11:30 a.m., at the center, business meeting, friendship hour, bring a friend. BloodmobUe for Elk District Area, 2 to 7 p.m., St. Andrew Presbyterian Church, Pinch. Engagements Are Announced ,, Cavender-Reller The Northside Church of the Nazarene will be the setting at 7:30 p.m. June 25 for -the marriage of Miss Terri'i.Jean Caven- ;'d"er, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. · Cavender of Falcon Drive, and Stanley Al- · len Keller, son s of Mrs. Phyliss Keller of Pinewood Drive and the late Mr. Ray ; Keller. ' "Miss Cavender and her fiance are gradu- Hutsenpiller-Colella Judith Ellen Husenpiller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutsenpiller Sr: of Dunbar, is the bride-elect of Gary Allan Colella, 'son of Mrs. Flora Colella of Arnold, Pa., and the late Mr. Ahgelo Colella. Miss Hutsenpiller has a B. S. degree in nursing from West Virginia Wesleyan College and her fiance has an A. A. degree in business: management from Westmore- .'ates of Sissonville High School. She works \land County Community College in Young^0? the Kanawha Valley Bank and he is a wood, Pa. He is employed at the Allegheny Student at West VirginiaNState College and Ludlum Steel Corp., in West Leechburg, a part-time employe of Tape City. Pa. · K · · ' -v jThe Junvp in 3 Lengths M 1 2 3 SIZES PRINTED PATTERN ': JUMP FOR ONE OR ALL THREE".long, clam-digger and Bermuda lengths ·are carefree, comfortable for easy sum- ^mer living. Printed Pattern M123 by Ni- ;cole Miller for P.J. Walsh has fashion's ·-most important details: action back, tquick-zip front, sash and tunneled pockets. . --There's no fuss anywhere-it's sporty -freedom of movement all the way. Sew ;;one or two Sew one or two now. another -for vacation time. The Original is in color; Tfal Madras stripes. Consider also, seer- fucker, g nghem-checfed blend, cotton ge- ! ibardine. denim. ·; Printed Pattern M123 is available in .' -.Misses' Sizes 8,10.14,16.18. Size 12 (bust 34) long jump requires 4 yards 45-inch fabric. .""Please send $1.25 for Printed Pattern M123 to Sunday Gazelle-Mail, Pattern Department. P.O. Box 59. Old Chelsea Station. New York, N.Y. 10011. (Add 35e for eacb pattern for First Class Airmail and Special handling.) Print plainly Your . name, address with zip. style number and 1976 PROMINENT DESIGNER BOOK-the best and most beautiful designs from Albert Capraro, Anne Fogarty, Diane von Furstenberg, Brenner Couture, Orsini and many more! Includes separates, long, short dresses, pantsuits, travel clothes. Extra! Headscarf Wrap 'n' Wind Tips! Plus SK FREE COUPON-apply to any J1.25 pattern in Book. Send 50? now for Book 31. SEW + KNIT BOOK INCLUDES basic tissue pattern adjustable for Sizes 10-20; 40,42. Sew a complete wardrobe-dresses, gowns, blouses, shirts, jackets, more! Then, go on to knit another complete wardrobe. Hurry, send $1.25 now. INSTANT FASHION BOOK! Learn to look beautifully dressed on the smallest budget, to choose he right lines for your figure. 128 pages, hundreds of picture ideas. Send 11.00. INSTANT SEWING BOOK tenches yoi how to sew it today so you can wear it to* morrow. Quick, professional techniques. {1.00. America! BulMti Women's ASM., Char- leitei Chapter, 6 p.m., Little Creek Park, South Charleston, picnic. Top* (Take Off Pwwb SettlMy) Club of Dubar, 6:30 p.m., Humphreys Memorial United Methodist Church, llth Street and Grosscup Avenue, visitors welcome. Smith Chufatoa Chapter 111, Order of Eaiten Star, 8 p.m., South Charleston Masonic Temple, election, new members to be honored, cohostess Maxine Taylor, Rosmarie Page in charge of refreshments. Fort Lee Chapter, Datghten of the American Rrevolatfcn, home of Mrs. W. A. Cracraft, 1999 Parkwood Dr., speaker Harry W. Brawley. Wednesday Berry Hilli Bridge, 9:45 a.m., reservations with Mrs. Charles Mottesheard, 343-0750 or Mrs. William Wright,. 3434644. Kaaawh* Gantry Clib coffee, 9:45 a.m., bridge, reservations with Mrs. Dan Martine, 7444606. Heritage aid btematknal Affairs Department!, St. Albau Womei'i Clib, strawberry breakfast, homemade baked goods sale, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., for bridge reservations call 727-1380 or 727-8416. . St. Albaw Senior CitUeu Club, 1 p.m., , ·:. Villager Apartments, 650 Sixth St., St. Albans, games with prizes, dessert and beverage furnished by Heritage Department of Woman's Club. St. Albau Womia's Club, 7:30 p.m., preceded by a board meeting at 6:30 p.m., bring scissors for work party, hostess Mrs. James 0. Thaxton. Pilot Clib of Charleston, 7:30 p.m., Christ Church United Methodist, Quarrier and Morris streets, Mrs. Margaret Carr in charge of meeting. Charleston Shrine 7, Order of the White Shrine, 8 p.m., Scottish Rite Temple, Capitol Street, honor chapter members, school of instruction, Mrs. Nina Elkins hostess for social hour. Thursday Sleepy Hollow Womet'i Golf, 9 a.m., par, birdie, eagle with handicap, hostesses Kathryn Kessell and Bobbie Burke, special meeting. Jolly Group Senior Citizens, 11:30 a.m., Emmanuel Baptist Church, West Washington Street at Florida Street, bring items for white elephant sale and sandwich , coffee furnished, devotion and program, everyone welcome. Telephone Pioneers of America Life Member Clib, 1:30 p.m., 1500 McCorkle Ave., -SE, Roy D. Koch to speak on roses. thubar Garden Council, 6:30 p.m., annual picnic, Dunbar Memorial Park, Myers Avenue and 15th Street, bring covered- dish plates, eating utensils and chair, new officers to be installed by Mrs. David Walters, Adena District president. 1141 Department, St. Albans Woman's Club, 7:30 p.m., clubhouse, business meeting, Mrs. P. 0. Bailey chairman. Soith Charleston City Council, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, 7;30 p.m., CP Telephone Co. Auditorium. Coutuce Temple 16, The Pythian Sisters, 8 p.m., Castle Hall, 211 Tennessee Ave., Mrs. Irene Burdette and Mrs. Verna Bright, hostesses. Friday Golden Age Group, Salvattoi Army, 10 a.m., 301 Tennessee Ave., games, prizes, door prize, 11 a.m., devotions, business meeting, bring sandwich, coffee furnished. Dubar Seller Citizen, 12:30 p.m., Myers Avenue Apartments, 1225 Myers Ave., games, prizes, bring sandwich, coffee furnished. Tops (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Orb, 6:15 a.m., St. Albans Library, weigh in only, all interested in losing weight welcome, for infogmation call 727-3159. Nitre Chapter 153, Order of Eastern Star, 7:30 p.m., Masonic Temple, 19th Street, election, social hour. OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS at the wedding on Saturday of Miss Margaret Walter and John Valiante were Mrs. Leo Francis Valiante, Leo Valiante Jr., Misses Joan and Marcia Valiante, of Alexandria, Va.; Mrs. Russell M. Smiley, St. Petersburg, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Russell M. Smiley Jr., . Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; Mrs. Alphonse R. Walter, Westchester, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew T. Walter, Munster, Ind.; James Smiley Walter, Chicago, 111.; William Russell Walter, Clinton, S.C.; Jeff Arrington and Miss Mary Arrington of Clemson, S.C.;'Mr. and Mrs. William C. Morro of Chappaqua, N.Y.; Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Phillips of Riverside, Conn.; Miss Edith Phillips, Boston, Mass.; Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Tinsley of Darian, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. George Hanks of McLean, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Locher, Charlotte, N.C.; Dr. and Mrs. James 0. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Rossotti, Christopher Ogden, William Wesley Garner, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Eakin III, Robert Hemphill, Miss Susan A. Kanto, Michael Winston, Harold M. Ting, Dr. and Mrs. James Whitlock, Mr. and Mrs. John Rollins and Ms. Gaye Beasley, all of Washington, D.C. Dr. and Mrs. Howard A. Cohen, Baltimore, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. E. Richard Jones of San Mateo, Calif.; D. James Jones of Raleigh, N.C.; Miss Ann Conrad of Columbia, S.C.; Miss Jenice Hamrick, Rutherfordtown, N.C.; Mrs. Henry Lawrence Bee Ravenal of Charleston, S.C.; Robert Battle of Nichols, S.C,; Mr. and Mrs. John Peyre Scurry of Columbia, S.C.; Mrs. Robert Fowler and Mrs. Janet R. Randolph of Alexandria, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Gross of Chevy Chase, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Stephen B. Smith, and Mr. and Mrs: William Stilt of Arlington, Va. .Mrs. William R. Leslie of Lisbon, Me.; Mrs. G. Bradford Leighton of Waquoit, Mass.; William E. Miller of Oak Hill; Mrs. Virginia Benfield and Miss Kimberly Benfield of Morgantown; Miss Christine Seattle of Salem, Mass.; Dean Smylie of Van Nuys, Calif.; Mrs. Bunny Roncevic and Jeffrey Carroll of Washington, .D.C.; Mr. and Mrs. David C. Batten of Oyster Bay, N.Y., and Dr. and Mrs. George Fowler of Chapel Hill, N.C. magna cum laude and will continue her education at the East-West Center, University of Hawaii, in August. Among out-of-town guests at the wedding on Saturday in Vienna of Miss Connie Susan Williams and Bradley Peter Coury were Mr. and Mrs. George Sommer, Phillipi, W.Va., Mr. and Mrs. Owen Wise, Miss Sue and Kay Wise, Mr. and Mrs. Gary K. Coury and daughter Korin, Cincinnati, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Woofter, Weston, W.Va., Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Williams, Venice, Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Okey Bonnett, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whitney and Miss Nancy Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miley, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Youell, Belle, W.Va., Mr. and Mrs. E.G. Youell and Miss Sandy ; Youell, Rand, W.Va., Mr. and Mrs. Randy Morris, Md., Mrs. Leona Laton and Miss Jane Laton, Mr. and Mrs. Farris Metry, Miss Beverly Metry, Mr, and Mrs. Hassen Habeb, Charleston, W.Va., Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gregg, Blue Creek, W.Va., Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Brabham, El Monte, California, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baker and family, Euclid, Ohio, Mrs. Betty Cunningham, Miss Karen Kuns, Miss Judie Cunningham, Miss Linda Walker, Berea, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Hichel Nedeff and family, Dayton, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Maxwell and Tyler, Mr. and Mrs! Thomas L. McGlumphy, Miss Connie McGlumphy, Mr. Thomas L. McGlumphy, Jr., Clarksburg, W.Va. Miss Sarah Louise Bricker, who became, the bride of R'ichard Eugene Perry on Saturday, was honored with a shower given by Miss Patty McClung and Miss Kathy Dodd. Dr. and Mrs. D.E. Cunningham and Miss Dorothy Harshbarger honored the couple with a wine and cheese party. . The Rev. and Mrs. Arnett Hughes of Dill will be honored with open house at their home on June 6 to celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary. Hosts will be their sons and daughters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.' ·Jerry Hughes of Huntirigton and Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Hughes of Cincinnati, Ohio. FORMAL IENTALS For YOU!JUNE Palm Beach CittNiTalirllcitib 703 Hit Sine! PHONE 346-0141 TIME TO HAVE YOUR OLD DIAMOND RESET A TESTIMONIAL dinner honoring Mrs. John C. Norman and _Mrs. Josephine Moore, retired KanawRa County school teachers, was held at the Colony Park Inn in Philadelphia May 16 :by "Garnet Friends and Alumni of Philadelphia." Chairmen for the dinner were Miss Nancy Louise Thompson, Obadiah F. Johnson, Mrs. Mary Pack Irvin, Mrs.. Yvonne de- Daviess Jewell and David C. Coleman. , Others attending included: Thomas D. Brown, Mf. and Mrs. Clarence Brown, Ms.' Edna Thurston Duckwyler, Mr. and Mrs. William Nathaniel Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hicks, Paul Hicks, Mr. and Mrs. James Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kent, Dr. and Mrs, George Kydd III, Calvin B. Parker, Ms. Emma Parker, Richard Parker, Mrs. Vera Ford Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Preston Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Preston Jr., Mr: and Mrs. Richard C. Preston, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boyd Price, Mrs. Carolyn Hill Stewart, Hints for .Food Commercially stuffed frozen poultry is prepared under special conditions -- that cannot be duplicated in the home. * * * Did you know that poultry that has been frozen in the raw state can be cooked? -and then frozen again? Freeze as quickly as possible after cooking. ' * * * Add broth or gravy to your casserole dish because it lengthens storage life by preventing contact with air. Contact with air causes a rancid off-flavor to develop. AMONG PARTIES given in honor of the former Harriett Diane Weidmari, who was married May 22 to Charles Runyon Gibbs, was the bridesmaids luncheon given in the state dining room of the Governor's Mansion by Miss Shelley Moore, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Arch Moore; and daughter Lucy. The Mansion was an appropriate setting ·for the party as the bride and. bridegroom first met there during Gov. Moore's inaugural festivities. Other parties included a brunch given by Mrs. William Peden and Mrs. James Bib-' by Jr., a coffee given by Mrs. Robert Schmelzenbach, Mrs..Roy Pruett and Mrs. James Beard; a luncheon given by Mrs. Robert Francis and a wedding breakfast BEFORE ARER Dramatize your "precious : diamond in a dramatic new setting selected from our new Keepsake catalog. Keepsake Rcgiftercd Diamond Rings LILLYS JEWELERS "For gifts ywilghe with pride" LMM If CHUT NMMR KWMAITMVIU! Mnp (ram 1100K tlO,«B Tnh.Mut ru, "Easy And Fun To Do"-Fabric Painting Brighten up Your Summer Wardrobe with ".Easy and Fun To Do" Fabric Painting. Do your Jeans-Shirts--Wrap Skirts-- Pocketbooks--Sneakers--.and more! · · · Receive a FREE Jar of Paint with purchase of $4.00 or more irr Fabric Painting Supplies-During, "FABRIC PAINTING WEEK" a t - Crafts'H Things Open 10-4 Mon.-Sat. Closed Memorial Day 1052 BRIDGE ROAD. CHARLESTON, W.VA. 346-2019 Satirday KuMwht Valley Chapter, Dtaghten of Ike Americas Revolitioo, noon, Ramada Inn, South Charleston, flag program by Col. Roland Savilla, reservations (»5.50). fflliam Morris Chapter, Dngiten ef the America! RevolitUa, 1 p.m., South Charleston Library, speaker Miss Joan Adams, hostesses Mrs. J. Marion Bailey and Mrs. R. R. ScbooiGeld. Chtrlettn Chapter, Dugiters if the America! Rerototiw, 1 p.m.. Rose City Cafeteria. South Charleston, Bicentennial tancheon. speaker Mrs. Cbessie day. Gallery of Sunrise And See the Works of Famous American Masters, Such as: Frederic Church Winslow Homer and Eastman Johnson Frederic Church: The Ox-lew, 1144-46, study otter Thomas Cote. N* tin JIM 13 At 755 Myrtle Read Those of us at fin o r « pleased to sponsor this exhibit

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