Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 6, 1976 · Page 31
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 31

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 6, 1976
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3C --June 6, 1976 Sunday Gazette-Mail -..._---. ------». ---Charleston, West Virginia- Designer's Touch Pastels, Posies, Pretty--3 P's in Decor By Connie Shearer interior design are thinking pastels. make up the three ^pV' in home fashions. While there's a lot of flag-waving going ' * ' on for Bicentennial celebrations, decora- FROM PAST classics, whether they be on tor bicentennial ceieorauons. uecuia- invi« » no. t^.,.,.^, ,...- -.. While the rest of the country is thinking tors are still thinking posies. traditional, Oriental, Early American red, white and blue, the people involved in Pastels, posies and pretty combine to stencil designs or swirling Victorian mo- French Influence Goes Soft and Flowery Pastel Floral Print Brings Summer Inside Year Round Bold and Fanciful Floral Motif on Walls and Dato Interesting Contrast for Live Flower and Basket Touches The Accent is on. . . THE VERTICAL GARDEN PLANTER POLE AND MARSEL f S MIRRORED FURNITURE! F ffii° PLANTER POLE For Indoor, Porch or Patio REGULAR PRICE: You Save. 5 12.50 SALE PRICE 5 7.50 9 ft new concept in elegant FURNITURE IE.T.UBE- ! 20-coer tifs, to the most contemporary themes, flowers are "in." They can be found realistically depicted as we'll as in stylized or impressionistic versions. Whatever one's fancy, there's a flower for it. Who hasn't been into the daisy craze, with those delicate white and yellow flowers on a sky blue ground? Who couldn't drift off on a cloud of dreams in a soft yellow bedroom with a touch of green and yellow floral design on the bed and at the windows? And, have you ever considered a pink kitchen with walls covered in a soft pink and green peony and leaf design? * * * NOT ONLY flowers and plants are growing in profusion, objects to hold them are equally abundant. Handsome pedestals in metal, wood, bamboo, rattan and materials painted to resemble the natural ones are stand-up favorites and the variety is staggering. Lamps, accessories and fabrics are increasingly coordinated with designs matched or related to the many varied kinds of decorative items. While the botanical splurge is making its appearance in some vivid tones, a significant new pastel family is moving up to a more promi-' nent position, softening and adding a pleasant contrast to the sharper hues. Bright parrot green-a favorite for several seasons--still reigns in many collections but coming up are clear yellows and soft melon or sherbert shades, including sand, peach, and softer spring green. Connie Harrison Is Bride Of Daniel Carlis Chambers Miss Connie Lou Harrison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harrison of Nitro, became the bride of Daniel Carlis Chambers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Watson Chambers of St. Albans, at 7 p.m. Friday in an ew, carried roses for the couple's mothers. » * * THE BRIDEGROOM'S father served as best man. Ushers were Bobby Harrison and Watson Chambers, the couple's brothers. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C. They will live at Cross Lanes. Mrs. Chambers is a graduate of Poca High School and West Virginia State College, where she majored in accounting. She is employed by Service Supply Co. in Scott Depot. Her husband is a graduate of St. Albans High School and attended Marshall University and West Virginia State College. He . is employed by Union Carbide Corp. "If you Have A Few Lemons- Make Lemonade" Join us for lemonade while choosing your summer project 10% 0 OFF ALL STOCK and SPECIAL BARGAIN BINS 50% OFF Monday June 7th Thru Saturday June 12th f'a»ra/}t- 'tat/r . rr//f(M//3 10:00-5:30 Mon.-Sat. 10:00-8:30 Thurs. 218 D. STREET S. CHARLESTON 744-8890 MRS. D. C. CHAMBERS , . . former Connie Harriion open-church ceremony in the Rock Branch Church of God. The Rev. Ralph Workman officiated and music was provided by Wayne Rollins and Shelia Pitchford. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Sherry Chambers, sister of the ' bridegroom, wasmaid of honor and bridesmaids were Mary Bowen and Linda Wines. Heather Oaks and Todd Smith, cousins of the bride, were flowergirl and ringbearer, and Benjie Moore, the bridegroom's neph- YOURFURRIER KNOWS FURS REST! Steiger's specializes in furs. It's our only business ... not a sideline. Steiger's has cold storage vaults on the premises and does all cleaning, glazing, repairing and remodeling at the store. Trust your furs to Steiger's . . . it costs no more. Steiger's 817 Quarrler Street Dial 346-0577 Versatility in Room decor ... c o f f e e tables, end tables, TV tables, corner tables, shelves, cabinets, planters, pedestals, and many more uses. Attractive Antique Smoke mirrored finish. Constructed of shatter resistant mirror and double strength float plate glass. * ACCENTSHOPPE 722 WASHlNG-TprJ. 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