Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 6, 1976 · Page 35
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June 6, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 35

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7C --June 6. 1976 Sunday Gazette-Mail --Charleston, west Virginia Installation and Election Meetings Planned Items for the Sunday Gazette-Mail Club Calendar must be submitted on post cards to the Woman's Department of the Cmette by 4 p.m. Wednesday. Today Charleston Area Ostomy Assn., 2:20 p.m.. - conference room, basic service building. West Virginia Rehabilitation Center. Institute. Monday Sweetbrier Garden Club, 12:45 p.m.. home of Mrs. Fred Roland, 1512 Dogwood Rd., annual luncheon and installation, Mrs. Claude Wiseman assistant hostess. Dunbar Chapter, Tops (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Club, 6:30 p.m.. Humphreys · Memorial United Methodist Church. . 14th Street at Grosscup Avenue, visitors welcome. Forest View Garden Club, 7 to 9:30 p.m.. .. Sunrise, workshop on yarn macrame : plant hangers by Mrs. E.' H. Chiezes and Mrs. A. L. Maloy. Dunbar Chapter 133, Order of Eastern Star, 7:30 p.m.. Dunbar Masonic Tem. pie, election of officers, social hostess Sue Rhodes. Tiskelwah Chapter 45, Order of Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Scottish Rite Temple, election of officers, hostesses Evelyn Herndon, Elsie Sayre, Janet Jacovitch and Alice Frame. American Legion Auxiliary, Ford Mullins . Unit 94, 8 p.m., post home. 133 Seventh Ave., South Charleston. Tuesday :Meadowbrook Women's Golf, 9 to 9:30 a.m.. tee off. longest drive on number 16, hostesses Mrs. Joe Crabtree and Mrs. Kenneth Darlington. Sleepy Hollow Women's Golf, 9 a.m.. average score, hostesses Virginia Bird and Hazel Perrine. Edgewood Ladies Golf Assn., 9 a.m., low net on back nine, hostesses Mrs. James Moorehead and Mrs. Gwin St. Clair. Berry Hills Ladies Golf Assn., 9:30 a.m., shotgun tee off. hostesses Mrs. J. A. B. . Holt and Mrs. Charles Holz. .La Leche League of South Charleston, 10 a.m.. home of Mrs. Martha Zinger, 4009 Kanawha'Turnpike, Country Club Vil. lage, Building 5, Apartment E. for information call 768-4472, all women interested in breastfeeding are invited. Ethel Evans Circle, King's Daughters, 10:30 a.m., home of Mrs. Perry Poffenbarger, 1808 Louden Heights Rd. National Association of Retired Federal Employes, 1 p.m.. Lee Terrace, plans . for national convention. District 1, Licensed Practical Nurses, 7:30 ·' p.m.. St. Francis Hospital Penthouse, installation. Catholic Daughters of America, 7:30'p.m., Sacred Heart Convent. Virginia Street.' covered-dish dinner, plans for Mass, reception and banquet on June 27. West Alban Extension Homemakers, 7:30 p. m., home of Mr. A. A. Barnhouse. Chelyan Chapter 101, Order of Eastern .' Star, 7:30 p. m., Chelyan Masonic Hall, election and initiation. ,' Wednesday Kanawha Country Club Bridge, coffee 9:30 a.m., bridge 9:45 a.m.. reservations with Mrs. Dan Marline. 744-8606. Meadowbrook Women's Bridge, 9:30 a. m.. reservations, call 345-0739. Berry Hills Bridge, 9:45 a. m., reservations by noon Monday with Mrs. Charles Mottesheard. 343-0750 or Mrs. William Wright. 343-8644. La Leche League of St. Albans, 10 a. m., home of Mary Childers. 2732 Wildwood Circle. St. Albans, Hughes Drive off Kanawha Terrace, for information call Sandy Mathes, 727-3126. Burbank Garden Club, 10 a. m., home of Mrs. John Jones. 2069 Oakridge Dr.. co- hostesses Mrs. Harry Kelly and Mrs. John W. Griffee. Blue Hills Garden Club, 12:30 p. m.. Berry Hills Country Club, installation. Pilot Club of St. Albans, 7 p. m.. executive board meeting. 8 p. m., business meeting. St. Albans Public Library. Thursday Heritage Extension Club, 11 a. m., home of Miss Ruby Hustead. 2 Main Ave.. Nitro. Senior Citizens of North Charleston, 11 a. m.. covered-dish dinner. North Charleston Recreation Center. Kan-Alban Garden Club, noon, home of Mrs. Bessie Long, 1003 Elm St.. annual luncheon, covered-dish, installation. Mount Tyler Home Demonstration Club, noon, McKinnon Church, hostesses Mrs. Jim Palmer, Mrs. Dan Mathews. lesson by Mrs. Raymond Callison. Daughters of the American Revolution, Regents Club, 2 p. m.. Governor's Mansion. "Charleston Tea Party" for all active DAR members, reservations through participation chapters w i t h Mrs. Aaron Pancake by Monday. Great Kanawha Auxiliary to Post 3466, Copper Needed In Human Diet If your diet is low in copper it may intensify your risk of coronary heart disease, according to a United States Department of Agriculture medical officer, Dr. Leslie M. Klevay of the Agriculture Research Service. What foods have a copper content? Generally, foods w i t h h i g h a m o u n t s o f fat...nuts, for example, are high in copper. Beef liver, which contains a moderate amount of fat. is high in copper. In a study at the ARS Human Nutrition Laboratory. Grand Forks, N.D. Dr. Klevay found that diets with less than two milligrams of copper (the amount considered desirable for adults by the National Research Coun- c i l ) are not uncommon in the United States. Dr. Kelvay compared the copper content of 47 foods purchased in 1942 with the copper content of the same kind of foods purchased in 1966. and found that two- thirds of the items puchased in 1966 contained less copper. This study, along with others, raises the unsettling possibility that many people may now be consuming less than optimal dietary copper--and possibly increasing the risk of heart disease. More research is being conducted in this area. Bridal X Information on weddings must hem our hands wiihm 14 days, ii'ler the dale of the ceremony to be eligible for publication. There can be mi except urns to this deadline. Onlv those weddings occurring on the preceding 1- nday and .Yiturday can appear in the Sunday Gu/.ette-M;iil. and complete mtormaii.m must ne furnished prior to the wedding. The deadline lor Sunday engagement and wedding stories is 4 p. m. Wednesday I fashion specialists 1 in sizes 18 to 60 and16'/jto32'/2 VACATION SPECIAL! THE 2-PANT PANTSUIT TO WEAR MATCHED OR MIXED 19 99 SPECIAL SIZfcS 1G'/: to 26/2 · Matching patterned shirt-jar, and pants PLUS an extra pair of crisp white Ponte de Roma pants · Choice of assorted textured jacquard patterns: diamond (shown), coin dot and argyle · Wrinkle-free packable double knit polyester is machine-washable ·Assorted citrus pastels: mini, yellow, peach or blue Mail order; please add 75' postage plus sales a. appropriate in your urea Veterans of Foreign Wars, 7:30 p. m.. business meeting. Post Home, 5301'2 MacCorkle Ave., SE. Pythian Sisters, Temple 26, 7:30 p. m.. Castle Hall. 211 Tennessee Ave.. social hour hostess Talma Rone. Salina Chapter 81, Order of Eastern Star, 8 p. m.. Masonic Building, Maiden, hostess Ellen Grubb. Friday Golden Age Group of Salvation Army, 10 a. m.. 301 Tennessee Ave., games with prizes, door prize. 11 a. m., devotional, business meeting, bring sandwich, coffee furnished, bring a friend. Sunnyside Extension Homemakers Club, 12:30 p. m., home of Mrs. R. A. Huberg. 519 Highland Ave.. South Charleston, lesson by Mrs. W. J. Woessner. devotional by Mrs. V. E. Rust, hostess Mrs. R. A. Huber. St. Albans Chapter 79, Order of Eastern Star, 7:30 p. m., Masonic Hall, initiation, election, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Karr in charge of social hour. Saturday Anne Bailey Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, 11 a. m.. Quarrier Diner, board meeting, noon, luncheon and program on flag display. John Young Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, noon. Edgewood Country Club. Flag Day luncheon. Mrs. American Revolution, noon, Quarrier Rhododendron Grandmothers Club, 12:30 Oscar Nelson chairman, speaker Mrs. Winer, luncheon, hostesses Mrs. Carl p. m., Cutright's Cafe, Washington John Edwin Corbitt, state regent. Smallridge and Mrs. Willard White, Street, W., friendship hour, business Anne Bailey Chapter, Daughters of the Mrs. C. J. Meisel on Americanism. meeting, bring a friend. Now at the Charleston Art Gallery of Sunrise. .. ' " v American Art in the Making Preparatory Studies for Masterpieces of America Paintings, 1800-1900. This Exhibit is presented b y . . . KM r ' MfMBl Now thru Jwe 13 at 75 5 Myrtle Road Bingham: Study of a toper, Ca. 1852 Pre-Season Cashmere and Camel Hair ei/enr STOUT SHDPPE 959 Dunbar Village Plflia, Dunbar, W Va. 25064 768-7329 OPEN 10-5:30 Thurs. 10-8:30 Fashion at substantial savings. . . This is your opportunity to save on our preseason collection of cashmere and camel hair coats. Discover our outstanding selection of the very latest looks in pant coats, the new longer full lengths fashioned in wrap, single and double breasted styles. Town'n' Country Shop, Sixth Floor A. Classic double breasted in 100% camel hair with open, notched collar and wrap tie belt in sizes 6 to 16. In camel only. Reg. s 130, Now B. 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