Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 13, 1975 · Page 36
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July 13, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 36

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ft -Juiv 13,1975 Caroline Staunton Clark, Roger McDaniel Married Open Reception Planned The reception hall of Humphreys Memorial United Methodist Church in Dunbar will be the setting from 2 to 4 p.m. on July 20 for an open reception honoring Mr. and Mrs. Charles 0. Gerwig of 611 West Virginia Ave.. Dunbar, as they celebrate their golden wedding anni- v e r s a r y . Both are n a t i v e s of Braxton County, and they were married in Sutton on July 20, 1925 by the Rev. S. K. Arbuthnot. Residents of Dunbar since 1952, she is the former Ruby May, and he retired in 1963 from the civil engineering department of the Columbia Gas System. They are parents of four sons, Edwin Gerwig of Webster Springs; Jack of Webster Springs; Jack of South Charleston; Gene of Thousand Oaks, Calif.; and Martin of Ravenswood, who will be hosts for the reception. Completing the family are 13 grandchildren and one great-granddaughter. Caroline Staunton Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth R. Clark of Ridgeway Road, and Roger Lynn McDaniel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harding McDaniel of Danville, Va., exchanged marriage vows Saturday at St. John's Episcopal Church. The Rev. James Lewis officiated and Ms. Brenda Mullins furnished the nuptial music. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Marguerite Clark of Washington, D.C., was her sister's maid of honor and bridesmaids were Betsi McCullough of Charleston, Catherine Hill of Potomac, Md., cousin of the bride; and Joanne McDaniel of Danville, Va., sister of the bridegroom. * » * THE BRIDEGROOM had his father as best man. Ushers were C. T. Goad of Greensboro, N.C., uncle of the bridegroom, Steven Myers of Danville, Joseph Copley of Washington, D.C., and Ellsworth Clark Jr. of Charleston, brother of the bride. A reception was held at the bride's home, after which the couple left for a motor trip through Kentucky and Ohio. They will reside at 1233A Staunton Rd. She graduated from Marjorie Webster MRS. ROGER McDANIEL . . .former Caroline Clark Junior College in Washington and from Stratford College in Danville. Her husband is a graduate of George Washington High School and Danville Community College. Beverly Ann Young Is Bride In a candlelight ceremony at the St. Albans Church of the Nazarene on Saturday, Miss Beverly Ann Young became the bride of Bruce Wilson Dickson. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Norman B. Young and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Dickson, all of St. Albans. bride was maid of honor and bridesmaids included Ann McKinley and Elaine Hoi- stein. Flowergirl was Tresa Raynes. Serving as best man was Roger Monk and ushers were Larry Arthur and Earl Ritz III. A reception followed at the Jaycee Hall. Both Mr. and Mrs. Dickson are graduates of St. Albans High School and she is employed by the Fairview Public Service District. He is employed at General Engineering in Kanawha City. The couple will reside in South Charleston. SUMMER FUN! GYMNASTICS AT SetooJ Open House Set July 20 : Open house will be observed from 2 to 4 p.m. on July 20 as Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cline celebrate '.their golden wedding anniversary In their home at 4635 Victoria Rd., Big Tyler Mountain. They were married July 18,1925 at Dorfee, ,Clay County by the Rev. James Cline. She is the former Mollie Schoonover. Mr. and Mrs. Cline are parents of five children; David, James (Bill), and Henry Cline, all of Charleston; Mrs. Margaret Stone of Utah; and Miss Mary Uldine Cline of Ripley. Five grandchildren complete the family. MRS. B. W. DICKSON . . . former Beverly Young Nuptial music was furnished by Mrs. Judy McCallister. Officiating was the Rev. Norbert A. Fischer and the bride was given in marriage by her father. MISS BRENDA YOUNG, sister of the UNDER THE DIRECTION OF DAVIDMcCORKLE NEW CLASSES START MONDAY JULY 14th August Ceremonies Planned Long-Ward SUTTON - Mr. and Mrs. Selby V. Long of Sutton have announced the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Helen Jean, to William F. (Sonny) Ward, son of Mrs. Shirley ward and William W. Ward of Roanoke.. Va. ' t The wedding will take place on Aug. 30 .at the First Wesleyan Church in Roanoke. . Miss Long has a B. S. degree in account- 'ing from West Virginia University and is employed by the Appalachian Power Co. in Roanoke. Her fiance attended Milligan 'College and is employed by Rudy Cox Realtors. Harless-Norrell LEWISBURG - The Ronceverte Baptist Church will be the setting on Aug. 2 for the marriage of Miss Catherine Radine Harless, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Norman H. Harless of Lewisburg, and Daniel Mark Norrell, son of Mr. and Mrs.' Richard H. Norrell of Hartsdale, N.Y. Miss Harless and her fiance are graduates of Marshall University. She is an elementary school teacher in Alderson and her fiance, a physical education major, is employed for the summer as water safety instructor at Guyan Estates in Barboursville. Bridal Notice Information on weddings must be in our hands'Within 14 days after the date of the ceremony to be eligible for publication. There can be no exceptions to this deadline. Only those weddings occurring on the preceding Friday and Saturday can appear in the Sunday Gazette-Mail, and complete information must be furnished prior to the wedding. The deadline for Sunday engagement and wedding stories is noon Thursday. ·BALANCE BEAM ·FLOOR EXERCISE ·TUMBLING ·UNEVEN BARS · VAULTING Beginners-Intermediate Advanced Classes CALL 727-2414 3454173 FOR SCHEDULE PLACEMENT How Can I? NABISCO SAVINGS Q. How can I improve the appearance of ' decorative stuffed birds? ' A. Try rubbing gently over the surface .with a slice of bread, which will usually pick up dirt and grime without injury to the feathers. Q. How can I remove grease spots from walls? A. One effective treatment is to dust talcum powder on the spot, let set for about an hour, then dust off. The powder usually absorbs the grease and removes the spot. UNIFORM SALE 10%-50% OFF All Uniforms--Smocks Men's Jackets Pants Duty Shoes AN Sales Cash Final No Phone Orders, Pfease Y, FOR THE U N U S U A L . . . AND AT THE STORE WHERE YOU WOULD LEAST EXPECT I T . . . TIIEJlMBIRTHSTOli A GENUINE RUBY IS MORE THA JUST JEWELRY-IT'S A LIFETIME INVESTMENT!? Ruby has always been known as ihe July birlhstone but verv few- people dreamed of o w n i n g a Genuine Rubv . . . and settled for an imitation. Now. for onlv a few d o l l a r s more, vou ran have the real t h i n g - . . We have received a new shipment from Ceylon, Genuine Rubies--in Rich Pigeon Blood Color-- 3 /4 Carat to 1 l k 'Carat, in round, oval and pear shape, ready to be mounted in a setting of your ·choice.. -EVERY GENUINE HI BYm g /\ WITH A \ I I I WRITTEN I M When shopping this week be sure and pick up some great Nabisco Nilla Wafers, Fig Newtons, or Nutter Butter cookies. And when you buy all three you can mail in your Value of the week coupon offer that appeared in your Gazette or Daily Mail.. and get a $1.00 cash back refund. Telling Sandy Rose of Charleston about Nabisco's great offer is Alan Ray, Manager of the new Fas-Chek in Kanawha City. i WHEN YOU WANT A GREAT HAM Choose Hormel's Curemaster Family Ham. At 1 Vi to 2 Vi pounds, it's big enough for a family meal without leftovers. And small enough to eat in one night. Small, but just as dependably lean, tender and flavorful as our famous big ham, Cure/81. SAVE ON MAXIM Maxim Freeze-Dried Coffee, one of the leading sellers of freeze-dried coffees is saving you money. A coupon appeared in your Charleston Gazette Daily Mail for 50 C savings on an 8-oz. jar and 30 C on a 4-oz." jar. . Be sure and take advantage qf great savings and taste. INTRODUCING RAGU' ITALIAN COOKING SAUCE, (KCAUtt THERE'S MORE TO ITALIAN COOKING THAN SPAGHETTI) See this sauce? You don't pour it over pasta. You cook with it. To make all the delicious dishes that make up the rest of the Italian cuisine. Like chicken cacciatore. Steak and peppers Italian. And Italian pork chops. (Look for these, and other recipes, on the label.) Ragu® Italian Cooking Sauce is fine tomato stock, rich with plump tomato chunks, lots of mushroom slices and imported spices. And it's so complete that, you can poach with it, stew, broil, bake and roast. What's more, you can clip the 15' coupon in your daily Gazette or Mail and save on each jar. NEW DAIRY MAYO FROM PET . Instead of being 65% oil like ordinary mayonnaise, new Dairy Mayo is 65% milk. So it's really low in calories. A delicious new discovery just whipped up for you by the Pet Milk People. Try the 15 C introductory coupon that appeared in your Gazette or Daily Mail newspaper and see if Dairy Mayo is as good as regular mayonnaise. Dairy Mayo vonne OPEN MONDAY NIGHT 'TIL 8:00 9:30 A. M. to 5:00 P. M.DaHy 1319 WASMCTM ST. PMME 3424532 "HOT TO CMniSTM Men SCHOOL" i VR ANTEE They will appraise for much more than S 1 95.00 per carat! Watch the family snackers snap up wholesome, * deliciously different Borden Cheez Kisses. "^ Each one's a good rich protein, munch-size nugget of golden American pasteurized process cheese ' spread. ~ Each one's individually wrapped to stay fresh and flavorful. Clip the upcoming 10 C coupon from your morning Gazette or evening Mail and give Cheez Kisses a try. 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