Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 23, 1972 · Page 58
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July 23, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 58

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·E--July 23, 1972 Sunday Gasettt-Mail Ch»r!e«ton, WM* Vlrtlnlt---- Mid-Summer Vacations 1 1 T T -- - -- -----. -UII_lLUJ_H,___j_-___-__^.^^--.-- --_-.--,,.^^^^····--·j^^^, Relatives Visiting Here, Abroad By Diddy Mathews Pahncr Telephone 342-1010 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mar- jolin Jr. of Paris, France, wi'l arrive the last of this week for a 10-day visit with his grandmother^ Mrs. Dorothy Thayer Smith of Roller Road. They arrived in New York July 12 and have been visiting relatives and sightseeing in eastern states since then. They have toured New England and were guests of his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. West of New Canaan, Conn., formerly of Charleston, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Burnett of Cambridge, Mass. Before coming here, they will also motor to Niagara Falls, N.Y., Philadelphia and Washington. This is Mrs. Marjolin's first trip to the United States, and her husband has not been here for several years. He is the son of Robert Marjolin of Paris and the late Mrs. Mar- jolin. the former Dorothy Bowne Smith of this city. Angus E. Peyton and his daughter, Miss Lisa Peyton, of Quincy Lane are leaving today for a trip to Europe and Africa. They will fly to Paris to spend several days before going to Geneva, Switzerland, to visit Mr. and Mrs. William P. Stevens, former Charles- tonians, and from there will leave by plane to tour South Africa, Kenya and Uganda. MRS. JOHN'L. Ingersoll of Lake Forest, 111., arrived Saturday to visit Gen. and Mrs. Jack W. Blair at their home on Linden Road. .The former Miss Patty Kearse of this city, Mrs. Ingersoll will be an assistant referee for the National Girls 16 Tennis Championships, which will begin today at the Charleston Tennis Club and continue through Saturday. Returning today from a 10- day camping trip at Desbar- ats. Ontario, Canada, are Mr. and Mrs. Andrew A. Payne Jr. of Loudon Heights Road, Mr. and Mrs. John D. Amos of Burkewood Place, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney P. Davis Jr. of Roller Road, Mr. and Mrs. John L. D. Payne of Connell Road, Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Bradford of Wilkie Drive and Mr. and Mrs. J. Holmes Morrison of Dogwood Road. The Rev. John V. Moore c/ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Phillips of Jackson Street. They arrived Wednesday and are staying at the Marvin Midtown Motel. Mrs. I.N. Smith of Norwood Road returned Wednesday from Squam Lake, N.H., where she spent several weeks with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Winthrop P. Stevens of Wilmington, Del., who have a cot- arrived Wednesday from Tae- tage there this month. jon, Korea, where he is a professor at the Presbyterian Mission, for a two-week visit in Charleston to see his mother, Mrs. John William Moore, a patient at Milton Memorial Hospital. He is the guest of race Park East. Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Shepherd of Virginia Street Miss Marcia Mclntosh of Cape May, N.J., and John Mclnlosh of Middlcton Mass., have returned to their homes after visiting their mother, Mrs. Arnold Mclntosh of Ter- Me- Lucky bride! Now you con preserve the gown as long as the memory. Keepsake Service treats your gown to the ultimate in quality cleaning and packaging. Keepsake Service cleanses every part of the garment gently, thoroughly, with e»tra at'o n t '0 n to the smallest details. Wilh Keepsake Service your gown is enfolded in generous wrappings of the softest tissue, encased in a double strength container, sealed safe from the ravages of time, insects, or climate. Get Keepsake Pok protection now! Phone 925-7148 Magic Dry Cleaners 310 41st St., S.E. K ana who City DR. AND MRS. Thomas G. Reed of Grafton Road, whose 50th wedding annniversary will be Wednesday, were honored a few days in advance of the occasion at a family dinner party given by (lieu- son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Belden Jr. Saturday night at their home on Longridge Road. Also here to celebrate the anniversary were the Reeds' other daughter and her family: M r . ' and Mrs. Gary C. Caylor and their three sons, Reed, Scott and Doug, who arrived Saturday from Broadview Heights, Ohio, as a surprise for her parents. Mrs. Robert Watt of Hickory Road and her granddaughter, Jane Ann Haynes, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. William M. Haynes of Bendview Drive, returned last week from a month's tour of Europe, which included visits in England, Holland, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland and France. They spent the last two weeks in Paris with Mrs. Watt's other son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Guy S. Metraux, at whose home Jane Ann celebrated her 15th birthday. Mr. Metraux is editor of the Unesco Journal, and he and his wife, the former Ruth Watt of Charleston, had recently returned from an assignment trip to Moscow. George W. Jackson Jr., local manager of United Air Lines, Mrs. Jackson and their two younger sons, Jeffrey and James of Carroll Road, have returned from a week's visit in Brind'isi, Italy, with their other son, Steven Jackson, who is stationed there witli the I!SAP. They first spent several days in Rome. » v Y SALVATION AftMY Brigadier Warren Fulton and Mrs. Fulton have had as guests at their home on Summit Drive their son and two daughters, and their families. Their son- in-law and daughter, S. A. Maj. and Mrs. Leon Ferracz, came from Mexico City, Mex., with their children, Felicia, Leon and Mari Carmen, and their other daughter, Mrs. Charles Binford of Charleston, S.C., arrived with her infant daughter, Lynette. S. A. Capt and Mrs. Warren Fulton Jr., who live in Baltimore, Md., were accompanied by then- children, Warren III and Stewart. They all returned last week to their homes. Miss Betsy Yeardley of Loudon Heights Road, Miss Patty Jones of Connell Road and Miss Nancy Voorhees of Quincy Lane returned Wednesday from a visit at Virginia Beach, Va. Mrs. James M. Mathews of S o u t h f o r t Drive returned Tuesday from Richmond, Va., where she spent several days with her grandchildren while her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roderick B. Mathews, attended the Virginia Bar Assn. meeting at the Greenbrier Hotel. * * -« MR. AND MRS. Malcolm Firth, former Charlestonians, returned Saturday to their home in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., after a week's visit here with friends. They were guests at the Charleston House. House. Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Bell Jr. of Tampa, Fla., formerly of Charleston, are visiting her //ERF HOLLYWOOD BEAUTY SALON;: LOOK YOUR LOVELIEST Just For You Get a g e n t l e body wave and have soft, natural styl- I ing that lasts much longer t and is easier to control. Rig. 10.00 RAYETTE J WAVE 7 75 «eg. 17.3O PROTEIN Reg. $25.00... $15.25 S6 50 ,, 5 TM 00 S 50 C FROSTING wmcowM COMPLETE HOW HAIRCUT SHAMPOO 4 SET WITH COUPON 25 tvnim AppointmrnU Mondny, Tucidoy, Thundoy f, FnHoy Hollywood Beautv Salon 7 1 1 F I F S S T . * PH. 3 4 7 - 4 5 4 2 Intosh recently returned from a visit to New York City and Montclair, N.J., and while her daughter and son were here, also had another guest, Albert Insinnia of New York City. * * ·* MR. AND MRS. £.S. Melvin and son, Taylor, will arrive Thursday to spend the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Thomas of Loudon Heights Road. Mr. Melvin will address the Charleston Rotary Club on Friday. Several Charlestonians attended the wedding of Miss Delores Anne Howell and John Buchanan Adams Jr. Saturday in Richmond, Va., and will return today. The ceremony was performed at Grace and Holy Trinity Episcopal Church there. The bridegroom's mother, Mrs. John B. Adams of Abney Circle entertained with a rehearsal dinner Saturday night at the Sheraton Motor Inn. Her daughter, Miss Floyd Adams, who was a bridesmaid, joined her there from Crau- tauqua, N.Y., where she is spending the summer. J. Ross Hunter Jr. of Orange, Va., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ross Hunter of Bedford Road, was best man. Other Charlestonians attending the wedding and the dinner included Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. L.K. Marmet and Mrs. Edwin Shepherd. MISS MARGARET Mairs, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Mairs of Chafton Road, will return today from Beech Mountain, N. C., where she spent several weeks as the guest of Miss Julie Smith at the vacation home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Smith of Bedford Road. Mrs. Smith had as her guests last week at Beech Mountain Mrs. Thomas Bradford, Mrs. Harry Brawley, Mrs. Edwin Shuffle and Mrs. R. Elward Baker, who returned here Thursday. Mrs. and Mrs. Charles G. Peters of Loudon Heights Road havp rfturned from Mountain Lake. Va., · where they spent several days and were joined by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peters Jr. and son, Christopher, of Washington, D.C. Mrs. Tom Anderson and her son and daughter, John and Margaret, arrived Thursday from Baltimore, Md., to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Richmond Houston of Myrtle Road. MR. AND *MRS. Francis Thayer and son, Douglas, of Minneapolis. Minn., will arrive Saturday to visit his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Hawkins of North Abney Circle. Mrs. Jean Kreig has returned to Columbus, Ohio, after visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Michael Greenwald of Smith Road, who are parents of their first child, a daughter born June 21. The baby has has been named Hallie Elizabeth. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George H. Greenwald of Thomas Circle. The George Grecnwalds also had guests last week: his brother, Myron J. Greenwald cf Los Angeles, Calif., and Mrs. Lois Berris ofChicago, Miss Harriet Nelson of Tudor Road and Miss Laurie Silverstcin of Williamsburg Way returned Friday from a six-weeks tour of European countries. Mrs. Susan G. Chaskir. of Bridge Road is spending the weekend with her daughter, Wendy Lee, at Camp Straw- dcrman near Woodstock, Va. Wendy will remain at camp four more weeks. Margaret and Julie Schaul, who have been at the same camp for a month, will return here today and their parents, Mr.and Mrs. Mark Schaul of Hampton Road, drove there to accompany them home. MRS. GARY Hazlett and children, Nar.nette and Gary, left Wednesday for their home in Graniteville, S. C., after spending the past month with hor mother, Mrs. James L. Seward of Quarrier Street. Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Dial and their daughters, Mary Anne, Nancy and Jennifer, of Mount Vernon Place are returning today from a week's visit at Tillman Beach, North Myrtle Beach, S.C, where they were guests at the Cabana Beach Motel. Mr. and Mrs. Lirrwood T Wells Jr. and children, Linette and Ted, arrived · Saturday from Richmond. Va., to spend several" days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wilcox of Noyes Avenue and Mr. and Mrs. Linwood T. Wells of Abney Circle. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wilcox Jr. have also been visiting his parents and will return today to their home in Charles Town . Dr. and Mrs. Marion F. Jarrett of Forest Drive returned 1 Friday from Dallas, Tex., where they attended the Imperial Shrine Council. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nolan and sons, Rick and Dave, of Barberry Lane will return today from a 10-day visit at Myrtle Beach, S.C. Enroute there, they visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nolan, in Roanoke, Va. * * * MRS. KEITH Crocker Boyd, who has been a patient at McMillan Hospital for the last month, has returned to her home on Bridge Road. She suffered a broken back when she fell while horseback riding in June. , Mrs. Robert MacFarland and her son and daughter, Robert and Mary, former Charlestonians, a r r i v e d Wednesday from Stamford. Conn., for a 10-day visit with her mother, Mrs. William Truslow of Bridge Road. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sawyers will return today to Hinton after visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. Hunter Boggs at the Town House Apartments. William T. Conley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Conley of Scoltsdale, Ariz., returned Thursday to his home after visiting his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William C. Farrar of Bridge Road, for three weeks. He was accompanied to Arizona by Joe Lewis of Oak Hill, who will join his wife and children there when they return from a visit with relatives in Hawaii and they will all be guests of the Conleys for several weeks. MRS. GERALD *Dorfman of Ames, Iowa, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merril Bedwinek of Kanawha Avenue, will leave Monday to join her husband in London, where he is doing research on the British Industrial Relations Act of 1971 under a grant from the American Philosophical Society. Dr. Dorfman is a professor of political science at Iowa State University. The Dorfman's young daughters, Debbie and Lori, will remain in Charleston with their grandparents until their parents return to the States in late August. William A. McMillan of North Abney Circle and John W. Campbell Jr. of Druid Place returned last week after touring western states by car for the past month. Mr. and Mrs. E. Forrest Jones of Louden Heights Road will have as their guests for the week Miss Debbie Campbell of Old Greenwich, Conn., Miss Gaily Ramsey of Bala Cynwyd, Pa., Miss Joy McManus of Pittsburgh, and M i s s Therese Sullivan of Brooklyn, N.Y. They are participants in the National Tennis Tournament for girls 16 and under. Holsclaw of Beford Road. Mr. and Mrs. Guy L. Holsclaw II and their young daughters, Keely and Shapton, who also live in Raleigh, will arrive Friday for the weekend and will be guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hale of Oakridge Drive. Young Mrs. Holsclaw, the former Kay Hale, will attend the 10th reunion of her Charleston High School class Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jason K. Conley, Mr. and Mrs. James Robinson, and Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Milstead Jr. and daughters Cathy and Pam, all of Charleston, returned this week from the Lion's International Convention held in Mexico City and a poet convention tour of Sam Miguel, Guanajuato, San Jose, Ixtapan and Taxco, Mexico. Other members of the Lion's Club of Charleston and their wives who attended the convention were Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Simms, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bohnert, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swoope and son Kevin. * * * MR. AND Mrs. James E. Cottle and daughter Connie have returned to their home on Scenic Drive from a convention at the Greenbrier Hotel sponsored by the Buckeye Union Insurance Co. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McCartney and daughters, Candy and Cindy, of Walters Road and Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Jones of Fayetteville have returned from San Diego, Calif., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Emel Nichols and family. They also visited McCartney's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. James Mooney of Glendora, Calif. En route, they were the guests 'of the McCartneys' son, Don, who was transfered to Denver, Colo., with the telephone company. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Meabon have returned from Tallahassee, Fla., where they visited their grandson, Michael David Meabon, born June 22 to Mr. and Mrs. David Meabon. ATTENDING THE wedding of Miss Susanna Busby and Thomas W. Jernigan on Saturday in Columbus, Ohio were Gen. and Mrs. F.M. Hopkins Jr. of Shaker Heights, Ohio and Mrs. R.W. Jernigan Sr. of Linden, N.C., grandparents of the bridegroom; Steve Campbell, George Francis, Tom Hoaglin, Mrs. J.H. Francis Jr., Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Snyder, Miss Susanne Wilson and Mrs. George F r a n c i s of Charleston: Mr. and Mrs. F.M. Hopkins III, Miss Marcia Hookins. Fred Hopkins IV and Miss Ellen Hopkins of Indianapolis, Ind. and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hoaglin of South Charleston. Mrs. Jernigan Sr. will arrive today to Charleston with her son and daughter-in-law for a visit before returning to her home. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Lyons of Dunbar entertained with a wedding reception last Sunday honoring their daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Roberts. The bride is the former Janice Lyons. Among the out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Lyons II of Morgantown, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Earner of Weirton and Mrs. Marie Crouch and Marve Lee of Chesapeake. Births Gessel, Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas, 2755 Grant Ave., St. Albans, May 12, boy. Fernatt, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dal*, Cabin Creek, May 13, boy. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Clarke, Rt. 3. Kenna, May 12, boy. Woods, Mr. and Mrs. John Russell, 2845 Piedmont Rd., May 12, boy. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leon Jr., Legg Star Rt., Sissonville, May 13, boy. nnrl cr\n T3 ir,A nf Doln^K Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Sher- anrj son, Kana,_0t Kaleign, old, Mammoth, May 13, boy. MRS. RANDOLPH R. Hall N.C. will arrive Thursday for a 10-day visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy L. . ^Aoorc, Mr. and Mrs. James Edward, 2028 Parkwood Rd., May 13, boy. O'Dell, Mr. and Mrs. Flem Albert, 129 Riverview Dr.. St. Albans, May 14, bsy. Open House Planned An open house from 2 to 5 p.m. July 30 will hon- 1 or Mr .and Mrs. James Everette Harford as they celebrate their golden wedding anniversary The couple's son James of Ironton, Ohio, will host the affair at their home on W. Va. 39 at Beech Glen. Mr..and Mrs. Harford were married July 30, 1922, at Kieffer in Greenbrier County by the 'Rev. E. G. Hellemtoller. She is the former Teresa Bryant and is retired from Eastern Gas and Fuel, Store Division. He is a retired electrician. Troy have three grandchildren. NEW BELTED ATLAS PACESETTER Yo.ur nearby Esso ValoeCenfer h currently featuring the new belted Atlas Pacesetter. This tire hois computer-designed tread which contributes to quiet riding. Two fiberglass cord behs and two polyester cord body plies that are strong and resilient to help give a comfortable ride. July values await you at the Esso ValueCenter nearest you. The attractive and modern Humble out- Id above is located at the corner of MacCorkle Avenue, S.W. and Walnut Street in St. Albans. ! FLY PIEDMONT Piedmont's direct flights and on-line connections provide easy service from Charleston to more than 50 destinations, including frequent direct flights to Cincinnati and Roanoke, and an after- npon^flight direct to Atlanta. Fly Piedmont to Norfolk and the Virginia Beach area, too. Piedmont's discover America low fare plan is a good way to see your country's great sights at a n;al savings to you and your family. For complete information, call Piedmont or see your travel cjgent. *:»rj»-i ;. bf^W: HOW GOOD IT IS How good it is with Winston's finer flavor. One cigarette has flavor to match the good m«ed you're in. Winston, always real and rich tasting. Yes, Winston tastes good, like a cigar«H» should, took for the 20,000 "Summer Fun" Prizes official entry blank at your favorite tobacco outlet. Pick the prize you want to win! ' ' BORDEN BREAKFAST DRINK Introducing a new way to start the day for your family. It's Borden's Breakfast Drink. The instant orangey drink with more vitamins A and C than orange juice. Borden's Breakfast Drink tastes great with any breakfast. Or by itself any time of day. Pictured at left with a product display is Saundra Anderson of Charleston. Rise and shine with the big "Day Maker." 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