Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on May 26, 1974 · Page 48
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May 26, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 48

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2K Mav 26,1974 Sunday Gazette-Mail Charleston, West Virginia Special Diet Studies To Reach Wider Area An overflow crowd attended a diet workshop for heart and diabetes patients, held earlier this month in the Charleston National Bank Plaza auditorium. Chief speakers for the affair were Dr. Harold Selinger, who discussed "The Role of Diet in Relationship to the Heart." and Dr. Willard Pushkin, whose topic was. "The Role of Diet in Diabetes." The session was coordinated by Mrs. Helen Lodge, who spoke on "exchange foods" included in the diets. Sponsors for the workshop were the G r e a t e r K a n a w h a V a l l e y Heart Assn.. Charleston Diabetes Assn., Charleston Division of the West Virginia University Medical Center, and dietitians of Charleston Area Medical Center. NOW, I N Q U I R I E S a r e being made on the possibility of holding similar workshops for patients residing in surrounding counties who were unable to attend the local session. Sponsoring clubs are needed in such areas, with a clubhouse or public hall to hold the DR. HAROLD SELINGER Heart Patients' Diet sessions, and cooperation with doctors in the community will help get the ball rolling. Robert Whitler, director of consumer education for the Charleston Division, WVU Medical Center, can provide full information on setting up future workshops. He can be reached by calling 348-7619, or interested parties may write to him at General Division, DR. WILLARD PUSHKIN Diet for Diabetics CAMC, Elmwood Avenue and Brooks Street, Charleston, W.Va. 25301. Mrs. Lodge advised that the same program will be presented in outlying regions as the one held here. It will include tested recipes and diets for all diabetic and heart patients in attendance, and the speakers will be followed by a question and answer period. Hans for Marriage Are Made Known Neely-Dye A July 13 wedding at Cook's Chapel Baptist Church in Pipestem is being planned by Miss Mary J a n e Neely of Charleston and John William Dye, son of Mr. and Mrs. William M. Dye of Belle. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Neely of Pipestem. Miss Neely is a staff nurse at Charleston General Hospital and .her fiance is employed by the Cedar Coal Co. Mullins-McGill Mr. and Mrs. John H. Mullins of Big Chimney are announcing the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Deborah Lynn, to William Marshall McGill, son of Mr. and Mrs. C.H. McGill of DuPont City. The wedding is planned for Sept. 20 in the Big Chimney Baptist Church. Miss Mullins is a senior at Herbert Hoover High School. Her fiance, a graduate of DuPont High School, is employed by E . I . d u P o n t de Nemours Co. Wyatt-Sheets Announcement is made of the betrothal of Miss Connie Wyatt to Robert Sheets, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Sheets of Breezy Drive by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Wyatt of Sun Valley Drive. The ceremony will take place Oct. 5 in O a k r i d g e Church. Miss Wyatt is a graduate of Nitro High School. Her fiance graduated from Charleston High School and is serving with the Army at Ft. Knox, Ky. ftoush-Ranson FLORA, III. - An Aug. 17 wedding in Flora is being planned by Miss Kimberly Roush, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Roush of Flora, and Stevan Ranson, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ranson Jr. of St. Albans, W. Va. Miss Roush graduated from Flora High School and is a sophomore at Kentucky Christian College. Her fiance, a graduate of St. Albans High School, is a jun- ior at Kentucky Christian and is employed by the Watchman Quartet of Operation Evange- lizer Youth Mission, Inc. THE 1974 FORMAL LOOK Bv gAnSeac/i Moke This Year's Prom Something Special. We Are Now Accepting Reservations For Proms Weddings ITAILOR MADE SUITS. SPORT COATS PANTSI i "JOE THE TAILOR" CUSTOM TAILOR RENTALS 703FifeStreet Ph. 346-0141 Use Want Ads Dial 348-4848 OPEN SUNDAY MONDAY 'TIL 7 V Open Til Every Nite ** MRS. G. E. STRICK . . . former Sara Wible Strick-Wible Rite Held in Clendenin Miss Sara Sue Wible, daughter of Mrs. Charles Wayne Wible of Clendenin, became the bride of Gerald Edwin Strick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Strick of Charleston, at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Clendenin Methodist Church. The Rev. A. C. VanReenen officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Elsie Osborne. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Charles Wible. Miss Michelle Settle of Clendenin was maid of honor. * * * CHARLES COOK of Char- leston served as best man. Ushers were William Cook, Claude and Martin Strick, brothers of the bridegroom. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Longboat, Ky. They will live in South Charleston. Mrs. Strick and her husband are graduates of Concord College. She has a degree in early childhood education and his degree is in business management. He is employed by Toy Magic. * * * * * * * * * * *L* ** 100% POLYESTER » DOUBLE KNITS · PRINTED KNITS · SOLID COLOR KNITS · SAMPLE LENGHTS · VALUES $4 $5 YD. · IF PERFECT * * * * * * * * * * HersheyGirl Bride Of Michael Chaney H E R S H E Y , Pa. - St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Hummelstown was the setting on Saturday for the wedding of Miss N a n c y J a n e B i e r l y , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd M. Bierly of Hershey, and Michael Thomas Chaney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent V. Chaney of Charleston, W. Va. The Rev. Robert Whitehead officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Earl Copenhaver. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Linn Ann Acton was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Gretchen Bierly and Mrs. W. Brent Boore, sisters of the bride, and Miss Jane Babcock O'Dell. » * * MALCOLM L. CHANEY served as best man for his brother. Ushers were George R. Umberger of Charleston, Ned L. Fisher of Waukegan, 111., and Michael A. Tyrrell of Chicago. Following a reception at the Bethlehem Steel Management Club, the couple left for a weo ding trip to Montego Bay, Jamaica. They will live in Charleston. Mrs. Chaney has a B.A. degree from the College of William and Mary. She has a master's degree in library science from the University of Michigan. Her husband has an A.B. degree from Duke University and received the J.D. degree magna cum laude from the law school of the University of Michigan. He is an. associate attorney with Kay^tf asto and Chaney in Charleslm. MRS. M. T. CHANEY . . . former Nancy Bierly Ina Unangst Is Married Miss Ina Christine Unangst, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Unangst of Dartmouth Avenue, was married Saturday to Marvelle Manley, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Manley of Hamilton, Ohio. The Rev. Russell Hutchison officiated at the College Drive Presbyterian Church in New Concord, Ohio, and nuptial music was furnished by Dr. and Mrs. Ray Zepp and Teckla Scott. * * * THE BRIDE was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. John Smiley was matron of honor and Larry Burke was best man. Ushers included James M c D o n a l d , Larry Cardwell, Moses Bellamy, Steve Jackson and Paul Ford. A reception followed at the church. The couple will leave for a trip to Canada after her graduation from Muskingum College in New Concord today. She is a graduate of Stonewall Jackson High School and he graduated from Muskingum College and is employed as a psychiatric social worker for the Comprehensive Mental Health Center in Zanesville, Ohio. They w i l l reside in Zanesville at 1059 Linden Ave. Reach Milestone A family gathering, with a few close friends in attendance, honored Mr. and Mrs. Jimie Gomez of Madison as they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary on May 4. The affair was held at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Evelyn M. Robinson in St. Albans. They also have four sons, Jim Jr. of Racine; Bobby D. of Grove City, Ohio; SFC Billy R, of Ft. Bragg, N.C.; and Harold H. Gomez of Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Goraiez were married May 3, g)24. She is the former Eue Mae Browning, and they btSth are retired after 33 years of self-empolyment. Twelve grandchildren complete their family. COTTON/POLYESTER KNITS YD. 'All bias Polyester INTERFACING $. YDS. 125 yd. Spool MERCERIZED THREAD PRINTS .· MACHINE WASH , · $3 $4 VALUES Reg 15$ BIG DAW BAGO RIBBONS 39° DESIGNER PRINTS EA. · JERSEYS i« CREPES ROLLED I ON TUBES 1 · $3 VALUES I I YD. KLOPMAN'S CORDED 'INFEATHEI · $3 VALUES IF BOUGHT BY YD. ©Copyright 1974, PGS, Inc. 5 Big Locations! * KANAWHA CITY * ST. ALBANS *DUNBAR open every nite 'til 9 Monday Sunday 1 -7 * SOUTH HILLS Open Won. ft Sunday 1 -6 * DOWNTOWN CHARLESTON Open Tues. Fri. 'til 9, Closed Sun. Mon. Polyester/cotton · 2-5 yd. lengths ^ Also ^ Pastel Sport i Wear Plaids k * $2 VALUES^ YD. What is the truth?... .. .1 am the truth. JESUS CHRIST John 14:6 piece ^"--' ^ SHOP DRESS BETTED FOR JJESS MRS. MARVELLE MANLEY . . . farmer Ina

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