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4E Mav26,1974 Sunday (,azette-MaH Charleston, West Virginia Friends, Relatives Visiting in City By Diddy Mathews Palmer " Tvlvphonv 342-1010 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Murphy of Prestbury. Cheshire, England, will arrive Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs. William S. Baldwin at their home on Autumn Road and their farm in Nicholas County. They have been sightseeing in New York City and Washington for the last week, and during their stay with the Baldwins, will accompany their host and hostess on a southern trip, which will include stopovers in Pinehurst and Southern P i n e s . N . C . , a n d M y r t l e Beach. S.C. This is Mrs. Murphy's first visit to the United States, although her husband has been in this country often on business and has visited in the Baldwin home several times. The two men met in 1962. at a seminar for senior business executives at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge. Mass.. which the Charlestonian attended as a representative of the CP Telephone Co. and Murphy as a represeentative of International Computers Limited. Since then, their daughters, Betsy Baldwin, now teaching school in Lexington, Ky.. and Denise Murphy, a graduate student at Oxford University have exchanged visits. Mrs. Baldwin and Mrs. Murphy d i d n ' t meet until two years ago. when the Charlestonians went to Cheshire to spend a month with Mr. and Mrs. Murphy and. with them, toured Great Britain, France. Austria and Germany. Visits to various places of interest in West Virginia also are planned for the visitors, who will return to England June 17. * * * MISS SUSIE Gallaher and her brother. D. Clinton Gallaher IV. daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Gallaher III of Briarwood Road, both have new jobs. Susie, who has been employed by a newspaper in Columbia, S.C., this week will start working with a wildlife team making a study of the sea turtles, threatened by extinction, at Keowa Island off the South Carolina coast. The island is owned by the Arab state of Kuwait, and this marine project is part of the Kuwaitis' effort to preserve its natural features as much as possible as they develop the property to be a resort. Her brother "Clickie", who has been employed at Pugh Furniture Co., left last week to begin working for Homestead Materials, Inc., a subsidiary of Charleston's Jefferds Moore, Inc., in Roanoke, Va. He has taken an apartment in nearby Salem, Va. Two Charleston men were graduated Friday from the University of Colorado in Denver, both receiving A.B. degrees. They are Stephen D. Wehrle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Wehrle Jr. of Lower Chester Road, and James F. Elkin, son of Dr. and Mrs. W. Paul Elkin of Loudon Heights Road. Before returning to Charleston, Steve and Jim will attend graduation at Denison University in Ohio and a h o u s e p a r t y on Cape Cod, Mass. J i m ' s p a r e n t s a n d Steve's f a t h e r and sister, Lynn, attended commencement, returning here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wehrle have as their guests her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A r t h u r D o n h o w e of Des Moines. Iowa. + * * MR. AND MRS. J. T. Dunn of Quarrier Street returned Wednesday from New York City, where he attended business meetings. They also visited their daughter, Miss Nikki Dunn, who is a member of the staff at Marymount College there, and their son. J.T. Jr.. a student at the University of Maryland in College Park. Mrs. Charles M. Groff of Myrtle Road and Mrs. Harry B. E m b l e t o n of V i r g i n i a Street have returned frwm Granville. Ohio, where they spent several days with Mrs. Groff's son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Warner. T. Harvey McMillan of Abney Circle returned Friday from a business trip to Montreal. Canada. He was accompanied there by Mrs. McMillan, who went on to Halifax, N.S., to visit her mother, Mrs. Frederick Cornell. Mrs. Cornell is hospitalized with a broken hip. * * * WALTER BARRY Schneider and Richard Schneider, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Schneider of Bedford Road, both were graduated last week from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. Walter, the older, received a master's in business administration, having served as president of the graduate school of business last year. He has accepted a position with Goldman-Sachs, investment bankers, in New York City, where he and his wife w i l l reside in the V o l n e y Apartment Hotel on E. 74th Street. Richard received an A.B. in political science and was commissioned as an ensign in the Navy. He will report next Saturday for active duty, and will be stationed aboard the ship Concord, which will cruise this summer in the Mediterranean. Ens. Schneider arrived Thursday for a short visit with his parents, and they also have as their guest Miss Pam Eason of Smithfield, N.C. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Moorhead of Ridgemont Road have returned to Charleston after s p e n d i n g t h e past e i g h t months at their winter home in Palm Beach, Fla. M r . a n d Mrs. D o u g l a s Squire and children, Lisa and Chris, have returned to their home in P h i l a d e l p h i a , Pa., after a week's visit with her mother, Mrs. Earl Mann-of Kanawha Boulevard. # * * MR. AND MRS. Carl G. M a c A n d r e w s o f P h o e n i x , Ariz., will arrive Thursday to visit his brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. MacAndrews of Staunton Av- enue. On June 8. they all will go to Athens. Ohio, for the graduation of the Charleston couple's daughter, Margaret Ann, from Ohio University, where she will receive an A.B. in psychology. Among Charlestonians attending class reunions at Sweet B r i a r College last weekend on the campus in Virginia were Mrs. Homer A. Holt of Bridge Road, her 55th, and Mrs. Cabell S. Davis of Abney Circle, her 50th. Mrs. Davis was accompanied by her husband, and before ret u r n i n g to Charleston they spent several days in Lewisburg with her sister, Mrs. Clarence W. Meadows. Mrs. H. D. Everett and her niece, Mrs. W. W. Kite, of Barbara Staples, E. W. St.ClairWed MORGANTOWN - St. Mary's Catholic Church in Star City was the setting Saturday for the marriage of Miss Barbara Elizabeth Staples to Eugene William St. Clair. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. Staples of Morgantown and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Eugene P. St. Clair of Mount Vernon Road in Charleston. O f f i c i a t i n g was the Rev. Paul Hickey and organ music was provided by John Klingberg. The bride was given in marriage by her father. * * * MATRON OF HONOR was Mrs. Donald Koetz of St. Paul, M i n n . , cousin of the bride. Bridesmaids included Mrs. Richard Patrick of Fort Lauderdale. Fla., and Miss Lupe · Anido of Morgantown. The bridegroom's father served as best man. Ushers were Monty Preiser, James McJunkin and Jay Morgan, all of Charleston, and Fred Fehsenfeld of Boston, Mass. The reception was held at "This Ole Farm" in Morgantown. * * * MRS. ST. CLAIR will be a senior this fall, majoring in physical therapy at West Virginia University. She graduated from St. Francis High School. Her husband is a graduate of George W a s h i n g t o n High School in Charleston. He received an A. B. degree in chemistry at Duke University and is now a graduate student in the department of biochemistry at WVU. The couple will spend their honeymoon in Myrtle Beach, S.C., and will reside at 2876 U n i v e r s i t y A v e . , A p t . I , i n MRS. E. W. ST. CLAIR . . former Barbara Staples 2 Awards Presented Excellence in representing ideals that best project a favorable image of A m e r i c a n youth has brought awards to two high school students and one Charleston teacher. They are Dorothy Reich of St. Albans High School, Douglas Proops of George Washington High School and the teacher is Iva Lou Barth of S t o n e w a l ! J a c k s o n H i g h School. The youth guidance awards were presented for the fifth consecutive year by Charleston Aerie 519, Fraternal Order of Eagles and its Ladies Auxil- Phoenix, Ariz., formerly of Charleston, will arrive Thursday to spend the summer at their condominium in Glade Springs, near Beckley. Miss Sally Jefferds, who last weekend received an M.A. degree in social work at West Virginia University, returned Tuesday to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. J e f f e r d s of Scott Road. Also a graduate of the University of Oklahoma, Miss Jefferds has accepted a position as social worker at the new Shawnee Hills Regional Center for the Mentally Retarded, a non-profit corporation, at Institute. The Jefferds' other daughter, Mrs. Richard Sinclair, and her small daughter Elizabeth, will arrive next Sunday from Springfield, Va., for a week's visit with her parents and will be joined here by her husband the following weekend. * * * MRS. WINIFRED M. Hereford and Miss Elizabeth Hallanan of Bridge Road and Mrs. Harry N. Crichton of Turley Road have returned from Philadelphia, Pa., where they attended the graduation of Mrs. Hereford's son, H. Alexander Hereford, from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry. Dr. Hereford is Mrs. Crichton's son-in-law, his wife being the former Miss Elizabeth Crichton of this city. They are planning to return to Charleston about July 1. Mrs. L.B. Matthews of Longridge Road was in Morgantown last weekend to attend the graduation of her son, John Townsend Matthews, from the West Virginia University medical college. On July 1, Dr. Matthews will begin his internship at the Vanderbilt University Hospital in Nashville, Tenn. His late father was also a physician, and practiced for many years in Charleston Also present for Dr. Matthews' graduation were his sister, Miss Mary Shaw Matthews, a student at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. and his aunt, Mrs. Robert B. Waddle, and her daughter, Sally, of Somerset, Ky. Mary Shaw will return home June 7 for the summer. Mrs. Judy Humphries Grant of Hampton, Va., formerly of Charleston, was elected president of the West Virginia University school of nursing alumnae association at the annual meeting of that organization's board of directors in M o r g a n t o w n last week. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Humphries of 1414 Quarrier St. and a 1968 graduate of the nursing school, Mrs. Grant was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Seitz during her stay in Morgantown. The f o r m e r Miss H u m - phries is married to Dr. Michael Grant, who was graduated from the WVU college of medicine in 1972, is now a lieutenant in the Navy, stationed in Hampton, and will be on the crew of the new aircraft carrier, Nimitz. , * * * JEFFREY MILLER was graduated last weekend from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, receiving an A.B. in history, and is now visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miller of Summit Drive. Also a guest at the Miller home is Miss Sally Carrere of New Orleans, La., a student at Hollins College in Hollins, Va. Dean Calland, who has just finished his sophomore studies at Yale University in New Haven, Conn., has arrived to spend the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Calland of Williamsburg Way. His brother, Midshipman Wynn Calland, who will complete his studies next year at the U.S. Naval Academy jn Annapolis, Md., will arrive June 5 to visit his parents. In July, Midshipman Caliand wil^erve as company commander for the academy's traditional cruise for incoming plebes. Joseph Francis Dixon has returned to his home in San Francisco, Calif., after visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. Lawrence Crimmins Jr. at their home on N. Abney Circle. He is godfather of the Crimmins' infant son, Arthur Lawrence III, who was christened during his stay. The baby's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. James D. Moore of Ridgeview Road and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Crimmins of Bridge Road. * * * MR. AND MRS. Bertram C. Payne of Connell Road have returned after visiting their daughters and sons-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tattersall of Columbia, S.C., and Mr. and Mrs. George Paynter of Winston-Salem, N.C. They also spent several days at the Homestead in Hot Springs, Va., where they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Firth of Pompano Beach, Fla., formerly of Charleston. Mr. and Mrs. Paynter and their children, Nancy, Andrew and Charles, will arrive June 5 for a visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. Manning Smith will return Monday to their home in Charles Town after a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. F. Brooks F. McCabe of Staunton Road. They were delegates to the annual convention of the Episcopal Diocese of West Virginia, held last week at Morris Harvey. Their son, the Rev. Manning Lee Smith of this city, was a convention official. Mr. and Mrs. William H.E. Marshall of Myrtle Road have had with them for several days their young grandsons, Bowen and Cam Marshall, whose parents, Mr: and Mrs. William F. Marshall, are spending the weekend at the Homestead in Hot Springs, Va., and will accompany the boys back to Winston-Salem, N.C: on Monday. Mrs. William A. Pugh of Grosscup Road returned Friday from Southport, Conn., where she spent several weeks with her mother, Mrs. Province Pogue, and helped her move to a new apartment. A NUMBER of parties will be given this week as a compliment to Miss Nancy Ballard McCoy, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. Thomas McCoy of Fort Hill Drive, and Thomas Daniel Kelly of Columbia, S.C., who will be married Saturday at St. John's Episcopal C h u r c h . The prospective bridegroom is arriving in Charleston today, to participate in the pre nuptial festivity. Social events include a patio party by Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Maris Tuesday at their home on Chafton Road; a cocktail party Thursday at Edgewood Country Club by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moorhead, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winterholler and Mr. and Mrs. E. P. St. Clair; a dinner after the rehearsal Friday night by Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Roncaglione at their home on Bendeview Drive, and a breakfast for out-of-town guests next Sunday at the Charleston House by Mrs. Harry W. Adams Jr. Several luncheons for the bride-to-be also are planned for this week. Mrs. J o h n Chambers and Mrs. James Lane will entertain Tuesday at the Lane home on Woodmere Drive, and Mrs. William Lawton will have a similar affair Wednesday at Berry Hills Country Club. A luncheon and shower is planned for Thursday by Miss Connie Lickert and Mrs. Steve Walker Thursday at Kanawha Country Club, and on Saturday Miss McCoy and her bridesmaids will be honored by Mrs. Lee M. Kenna and Mrs. Andrew Walter at Edgewood Country Club. After the wedding Saturday, Dr. and Mrs. McCoy will have a dinner-dance at Berry Hills Country Club. Out-of-town guests at the Kelly-McCoy wedding will include Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Whatley, Miss Beth Kelly, Clarence Bradford, David Jordan, Nicholas Papadea, Ive Perry Harrington and Lamar Allen, all of Columbia. S.C.; Mrs. Mack D. Kelly of Williamston, S.C., Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Seegler of College Park, Ga., Mrs. Margaret B. McCoy, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Solins and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. B a l l a r d II of Welch; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. (Jim) Ballard and Mrs. E. E. Ballard of Peterstown, Mr. and Mrs. Steve King and children, Betsey, Patrick and J o h n , of W h i t e S u l p h u r Springs, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ballard of Pearisburg, Va., Dr. and Mrs. J. Hugh Wiley and sons, John and Tom, of Morgantown, Mr. and Mrs. David A. Wiley and daughter, Heather, of Bowie, Md., Dr. and Mrs. Randall Vanderbeek of Asheviile, N.C., and Dr. arid Mrs. Frank Holroyd of Princeton. WHEN EDWARD E. Howard was graduated last Sunday from the West Virginia University school of Dentistry, he was the sixth of Mr. and Mrs. Sabe I. Howard's two sons and five daughters to become WVU alumni. He will be associated in dental practice here with his older brother, Dr. Richard L. Howard, who is also on the staff of the Charleston Area Medical Center, Memorial Division. Mr. and Mrs. Howard, who reside at 2412 Kanawha Blvd. E., were in Morgantown for Hooding investiture and graduation ceremonies. They were accompanied by their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stevens and their daughter, beth, of Virginia Avenue; their son Richard, and their other daughters, the Misses Jolene, Janet, Margaret and Sabrina Howard. Sabrina has just finished her freshman year at the University. Also with them were the new graduate's aunt and uncle, Miss Amy Howard of this city and Victor N. Howard of Miami, Fla. RECENT HOUSE guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Guy Williams of South Charleston were their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Williams, and children, April, Kent and Christian of Ripley; and their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Richard Wolfe and their two sons, Eric and Travis of Woodbine, Md. Attending the wedding on Saturday of Miss Sara Sue Wible and Gerald Edwin Strick were Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Palmer of Ashville, N.Y; Mrs. Barbara Lind and son, Alex, of Fingerlake, N.Y.; Mrs. Jacqueline Johnson and children of Brooklyn, N.Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Kermit White of Falls Church, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Wible of Greensburg, Ky.; Miss Kathy Davis of Rockville, Md.; Steven Randall of Pennsylvania; Miss Betty Powell of Kopperston; William Wooten of Log a n ; J o h n R i c h m o n d of Wheeling; and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gorawelizc of Clifton Forge, Va. Miss Melea Beth Haines, who has just completed her freshman year at Indiana University, is spending a few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Haines of We : berwood Drive, before going to Cincinnati, Ohio, where she will be entertaining with live shows at King's Island this summer. Deborah Proctor, who will be married on June 1 to Lawrence W. Hamilton, was honored with a surprise recipe luncheon shower given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. Mike Flannery of Strieker Road. The Boulevard Women at the Boulevard Church of Christ also honored the bride-elect with a shower, as did Miss Proctor's coworkers at the Charleston National Bank, who gave a kitchen shower earlier this month. Ronald Lee Bowman, son of Mrs. Carlis Bowman of Belle, is spending his summer vacation in India as the guest of fSv",. »\' ·* ·; ^ ·«* ' -if ^ ^1 We Know the Right PERMANENT for your hair! VACATION SPECIALS PERMANENTS! r "Re7.Toin [ JTegToIo f ["Rel^slo"! 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Mrs. Campbell, who earned her degree in nutrition and food science at the university's 107th annual commencement exercise, and her parents attended a brunch sponsored by the college of home economics prior to the graduation. Mrs. James R. Buckle, the former Beth Holcombe, arrived Wednesday from Richmond, Va., to spend the Memorial Day weekend with her mother, Mrs. V. Eugene Holcombe of Quarrier Street. Her husband joined her Friday evening. Mrs. Clarence Herndon of Virginia Avenue and her sister, Mrs. George Conway of Huntington, have returned to their homes after a five week visit with Mrs. Herndon's son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Morton and sons, Chris, Scott and Chad in Naples, Italy. They also visited in Rome and Florence as well as the towns of Positano and Amalfi. Dr. Herndon is a commander in the Naval Dental Corps of the Navy and upon completing his four year tour of duty in Naples in June, will return to the states to attend the Naval Graduate Dental School at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Md. Deadlines For Sunday Club calendar notices for the Sunday Gazette-Mail Home and Family Section must be submitted prior to 4 p.m. Wednesday. Club calendar notices submitted on postal cards, to reach us before this deadline, will be appreciated. Other items for Sunday publication have the same deadline. Don't wait until Wednesday to call us about your Sunday news. Submit your material as early in the week as possible to assure Sunday publication. The only weddings accepted for Sunday publication are those which will occur on the preceding Friday or Saturday. -- Woman's Editor How Can If Q. How can I remove oil spots on concrete floors? A. These are often removable just with cleaning fluid. If the spots are old, however, mix up a paste of cleaning fluid and fuller's earth, spread this on the stain, and wait until completely dry before sweeping it up. Q. How can I make a good "antique-like" stain for pine wood? A. By using some strong tea, diluted with a little water. When dry, cover with two thin coats of shellac, and when that has dried, wax for a fine finish. Q. How can I chill a bottle of wine quickly? A. By wrapping it in a piece of flannel that has been dipped in cold water and not wrung out. This will usually bring the wine below room temperature in a very short time. Karen Rowsey Wed To John McMillion Miss Karen Louise Rowsey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Rowsey of Belle, became the bride of John L. McMillion, son of Dr. and Mrs. Theodore McMillion of Beaver Falls, Pa., on Saturday in the DuPont City Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Johnson Middleton officiated and music was provided by Miss E r m a Brooke and Rick Meadows. The bride was escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents. Mrs. Kay Johnson of Charleston was matron of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Mrs. Debbie Riley of Belle, Mrs. Denise Knight of Huron, Ohio, and Miss M a r g a r e t McMillion of Beaver Falls. Ohio. Junior bridesmaid was Miss Kelly Steele. Kelly Hines and Sean Patrick Riley were flowergirl and ringbearer. * * * MORRIS ROMAN of Columbus, Ohio, was best man. Ushers were Joe Monza of New York City, Tom Esposito of Logan and Jerry Johnston of Charleston. Rodney Mick was junior usher. A reception was held at the church. The couple will live at 502 West Cleveland Rd., Huron, Ohio. Mrs. McMillion graduated from DuPont High School and MRS. J. L. MCMILLION . . . .former Karen Roiosey from West Virginia University. She is employed by the Huron City School District and will receive a master's degree in career technology this sum: mer from Bowling Green State University. Her husband is a graduate of W V U , w h e r e he was a member of Kappa Alpha social fraternity. He will enter graduate school in the fall.':,; Michael Gallagher Marries Ohio Girl CINCINNATI; Ohio - Miss M a r g a r e t L. M a t t i n g l y , daughter of Mr.,and Mrs. John William Mattingly of Cincinnati, became the bride of F. Michael Gallagher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gallagher of St. Albans, W.Va., on Saturday in Our Lady of the Rosary Church. The Rev. Thomas Beischel officiated and music was provided by Dale Smith. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her sister. Mrs. Edwin Joseph Gimnig, of B a t a v i a , 111., was matron of honor and another sister Miss Catherine Mattingly of Cincinnati, was maid of honor. * * * THOMAS GALLAGHER of St. Albans was best man for his brother and Edwin Joseph Gimnig was usher. John Edwin Gimnig, the bride's nephew, was ringbearer. A reception was held at the Green Hills Country Club. The couple will live in St. Albans. Mrs. Gallagher has an associate's degree in business administration from the University of Cincinnati. Her husband has a bachelor's degree in business administration from West Virginia State College and is employed as assistant manager by Heck's Discount Stores. Rachel Ruben Catering Service Wedding Receptions Coll 343-7631 Cle'ments OPEN SUNDAYS Family Buffet from 11:30 to 3:30 $^95 Adults £ Children $195 10 and under I We, of Cle'ments, wish to offer our apologies to our customers who were inconvenienced last Sunday. We did not expect so many people. We promise you we will be ready with everything in the future and ask for your understanding. Phil Ramirez Duo fnfertainng in the Evening SALAD BAR EVERY EVENING Cle'ments Supper Club 2805 Kanawha Blvd. E. 925-7843 Textile Mills Upholstery Fabric 95 /195 2 95 -4 yd. 54" wide, Solids, Prints, Plaids Printed Jersey 45" Wide Reg. 1.98 1 49 yd. Cloth SHOP 2-way S-t-r-e-t-c-h Bathing Suit Fabric 45" Wide Chlorine Treated 4 95 yd. 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