Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 13, 1975 · Page 32
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July 13, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 32

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40 -J«lv 13, Family Vacation Plan Slated at State Camp Bridal Plans Announced JACKSONS M1LL-A new kind of weekend family vacation will be held here Aug. 14-17 at the State 4-H Camp. It will include special activities for all age groups, and qualified babysitters will provide care for diildren under six during the major functions. ; Sponsors for this "Something Different r the Whole Family" weekend .will be die West Virginia University Cooperative Extension Service and the West Virginia Extension Homemakers Council. Registration is scheduled from 5 to 9 p.m. on the opening day. Also scheduled that evening will be a weiner roast at 7 p.m.. followed by a get-acquainted session, and round and square dancing. 1HE FOLLOWING morning will offer a Choice of four workshops for adults, one (or adolescents, 11 to 18 years, and for the Httle people, 6 to 10, crafts and swimming, with classes for swimmers and non swimmers. · Workshops for the adults will include: »MARRIAGE-The Language of Love and Togetherness; , »THE FORMATIVE YEARS OF YOUR CHILD (birth to 10 years)-How to Guide and How to Enjoy Them. · *THE ADOLESCENT AND YOU (11 to 18 years)--Understanding, helping and lik- ijjg them. . ^CHANGING LIFESTYLES-What are ijiey? Pros and cons explored. -; The workshop for adolescents, ENJOY- ENG ONE'S TEEN YEARS IN SPITE OF .-,. ., offers new insights and helpful tools to the young participants. * * · THAT AFTERNOON has something for everyone--a puppet mobile, field meet, ball game, sack race and swimming. The morning workshops may be continued until 3 p.m. if desired. That evening will feature a barbecued chicken dinner, followed by recreation and entertainment around an open campfire. Dawn breaks early on the final morning, with goodies served before participants leave for a bird walk, nature hike or swimming. Everyone will be back for brunch at 9:30 a.m., and will leave for home around 10:30 a.m. «. Jacksons Mill is located in Lewis County near Weston, about two miles off U.S. 19. Advance registration is required and must be submitted before July 20. It must be accompanied by a ?15 deposit, with checks made payable to the State 4-H Camp. COST OF THE WEEKEND activities include a $2 registration fee, five meals for adults, $8.50 (children under 8, $4.25), and a choice of a dormitory room for $6.80 per person, or a lodge room which sleeps 4 for $28. Or participants may bring their own camper, provided it is self-contained, with a $3 fee of the campsite. Commuters also may want to participate in the weekend, paying only for the registration fee and meals. In case of cancellations, they must be received before Aug. 12 for refund. Further information on cost and registration, contact the Kanawha County extension home demonstration agent in the Courthouse Annex. Residents of other counties should contact their agents. Harvey-Myers Plans for a church wedding ca July * are bewf completed by Miss Cheryl Brea- da Harvey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A L Harv«y of South Charleston, aad Lloyd Earl Myers, son of Mrs. Betty Myers of Elkview. Miss Harvey is employed by the American Motors Corp., in South Charleston and her fiance is employed by the Monroe Calculator Co. Lackey-Estler SCOTT DEPOT - Mr. and Mrs. James D. Lackey of Scott Depot are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Vickie Lynn, to Stephen David Estler, son of Mr. and Mrs. David S. Estler of Huntington. Wedding plans are incomplete. Miss Lackey has a B.A. degree in speech pathology and audiology from Marshall University. Her fiance will receive a B.A. degree in advertising and marketing from the University of Florida in December. Lattanzi-White FAYETTEVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Lattanzi are announcing the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Kathy, to Larry White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. White, all of Fayetteville. The open-church wedding will take place at 7:30 p.m. on Aug. 2 in the First Church of God. Miss Lattanzi and her fiance are graduates of West Virginia Institute of Technology. They are employed by Long-Airdox Co. A. Smith Married Saturday in Nitro Married Saturday at the Otterbein United Methodist Church in Nitro by the Rev. Wilbur R. Turner Sr. were Miss Tina Lynn Foley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Foley, and John A. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Smith, all of Nitro. Music for the double-ring service was furnished by Gary Smith, and a reception followed in the church reception hall. MRS. J. A. SMITH . . former Tina Foley TAMI FOLEY, sister of the bride, and Cheryl Taylor were the bride's attendants, and Dwight Games and John Johnson were groomsmen. Ushers were Jim Siders, nephew of the bridegroom, and Wayne Foley, brother of the bride. The nieces of the bridegroom, Sheri Malcolm and Lisa Siders, were flower- girls. The bridegroom is employed by the State of West Virginia and is active in the National Guard at St. Albans. Devores-Smith BECKLEY-Mr. and Mrs. S.M. Devores of Beckley are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Betsy Ellen, to Dennis Ray Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald H. Smith of South Charleston. The open-church wedding will take place at 7 p.m. on Aug. 16 in the First United Methodist Church of Beckley. Miss Devores is a sophomore music major at Concord College. Her fiance graduated from West Virginia University and is employed by Handleman Record Distributors. Heltzel-Clark The approaching marriage of Miss Janet Lee Heltzel to Leslie Alan Clark, son of Mrs. Bernice Clark of Nitro and the late Mr. 'Harold Clark, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph William Heltzel of St. Albans. The open-church wedding and reception will take place at 7 p.m. on Friday in the Sattes Community Church. Miss Heltzel is a graduate of St. Albans High School. Her fiance graduated from Nitro High School and is employed by Barnette Equipment, Inc. Stover-Harvey The forthcoming marriage of Miss Deborah Frances Stover to Mark Allen Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. William D. Harvey Jr., has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Commodore E. Stover Jr., all of St. Albans. The wedding is planned for Sept. 26 in the Southwest Church of God in South Charleston. Miss Stover is a graduate of St. Albans High School. Her fiance is a sophomore at West Virginia State College, where he is a member of the ROTC. Kozak-Tolley The appraaehNf maniafe of Mm He- kn Elizabeth Koe* to Cakkr Eftvart ToUey, son of Mrs. Hekaa M. Tolky of Raad and the late Mr. Walter E. Tottey. has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kozak of Cedar Grove, The open-church wedding is planned for 7:30 p.m. on Aug. 1 in the Farrar Memorial Baptist Church at Rand. Miss Kozak and her fiance are graduates of DuPont High School and Carver Technical Center. She has a position with Administrative Consultants, Inc., and he is employed by the Kanawha County Board of Education McClain-Young Mr. and Mrs. William A. McCUin of 1394 Nottingham Rd. are announcing the forthcoming marriage of his daughter, Charlotte A. McClain, to Jack B. Young, son of Mrs. Madeline Hooks of Hampton, Tenn. The wedding will take place at 2 p.m. on July 26 on the McClain lawn. The bride-to- be is the daughter of the late Mrs. Mary E. McClain and her fiance is the son of the late Mr. Herman Young. Miss McClain is a graduate of Marshall University and her fiance graduated from West Virginia State College. They are officers of the Kanawha Valley Bank. Kidd-Dawson MAXWELTON - The forthcoming marriage of Miss Charlotte Ann Kidd to William K. Dawson, son of Mr. and Mrs. William D. Dawson of Jane Lew, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Woodrow Kidd of Maxwelton. The Sept. 20 wedding will take place at the Old Stone Presbyterian Church in Lewisburg. Miss Kidd is a graduate of Greenbrier College and has a B.S. degree in home economics from West Virginia University. She is a home economist with the State Department of Agriculture in Charleston. Her fiance has a B.S. degree in agriculture education from WVU and is employed by the Searle Agriculture Co., Curtiss Breeding Division, as New York District manager in Syracuse. GRACIOUS DMMG STARTS WITH ;i Bellew-Gallion Vows Exchanged MRS. L. S. BELLEW . . . former Cheryl Gallion The Sharon Church of .God was the setting on Saturday when Miss Cheryl G. Gallion became the bride of Lonnie S. Bellew. She is the daughter of Mrs. Lena Gallion of Giles and the late Mr. Chester Gallion. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Junior Bellew of Sharon. The Rev. Clyde Flowers of Chesapeake performed the double-ring ceremony and music was provided by Jeannie Clark. The bride was given in marriage by her brothers, Donald and Jimmy Gallion. FOLLOWING THE ceremony, the couple left for a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, S. C. They will live at 125V 2 West DuPont Ave., Belle. Mr. and Mrs. Bellew are graduates of East Bank High School. She is employed by the United Mine Workers of America and he is an employe of Bethlehem Steel Corp., Kayford Division. Stone-Legg HOMETOWN - In an open-church ceremony planned for 6 p.m. on July 24 in the Hometown Church of God Mission, marriage vows will be exchanged by Miss Vonna Lee Stone and Michael Philip Legg. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stone of Hometown, and he is the son of Mrs. Phyllis H. Legg of Eleanor. Miss Stone is a senior at Poca High School. Her fiance, a graduate of Buffalo High School, is employed by Putnam Fabricating Co. If you desire to supplement your port- tern or perhaps you are just starting your service is the time to view our spectacular china collection. Our experts a re ready to help you find the right pattern and coordinate your place settings for a more gracious table. LILLYS' ^// " -JEWELERS "Fir tint r«rl{htiitkprifc" HNIUVUmSMrrKCUTtl (Mill LKXI KWMUTimii Rushing the season? You better believe it! When our most popular walking shoe comes in, it walks right out. Though we try to keep all sizes and colors in stock, we can't keep ahead of the demand. 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