Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on May 26, 1974 · Page 53
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May 26, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 53

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May 26,1974 Sunday Cazrttr-Mail ' Charleston, Baptist Ceremony Joins Putnam Pair HURRICANE - Miss Pamela Even Lawson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick T. Cawson of Hurricane, became the bride of David Kenna Howell, son of Mrs. Elaine Howell of Hurricane, and the late Mr. Lowell Howell, on Saturday in the First Baptist Church here. The Rev. Alan Parrish of Wardensville performed the 2 p.m. ceremony and music was provided by Miss Linda Shade MRS. D. K. HOWELL . . former Pamela Lawson and Mrs. Gancie Alford. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Colleen Lawson was maid of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Miss Nancy Howell, sister of the bridegroom, Mrs. James Rowe, cousin of the bride, Mrs. Alan Hart and Mrs. Lynn Grayson. Carrie Howell and Eric Grayson were flowergirl and ring- bearer. TOM HOWELL served as best man for his cousin. Ushers were Robert O'Dell, Edwin Ellis. Stan G r i f f i t h and Rodney Edwards. Following a reception at. the church, the couple left for a southern wedding trip. Mrs. Howell is a graduate of Hurricane High School and attended Marshall University and West Virginia State College. She is a member of the Order of Eastern Star and is employed by the CP Telephone Co. Her husband, a graduate of the same high school, is majoring in elementary education at WVSC. He is employed by Pioneer Construction Co. Nancy Robinson's Nuptial- Announced Miss Nancy Sue Robinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Robinson, became the bride of Dwight Emory Pauley,- son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pauley, all of St. Albans, at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in the First Baptist Church of South Charleston. The Rev. S. Rob- ert'Weaver officiated. MRS. D. E. PAULEY . . . former Nancy Robinson The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Cindy Griffith of Wheeling was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Raridi Robinson of Morgantown, sister- in-law of the bride, and Karen Pack, Cheryl Miles. Terri Singleton and Pam Ferrell, all of St. Albans. JOHN FELL of Charleston served as best man. Ushers were Roger Dills, Dr. J. D. Robinette, and Bob Mooney of St. Albans, Earl Price and Jay Schwafz of Charleston. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Colorado. They will live at 407Vz Prospect St., South Charleston. Mrs. Pauley is majoring in early childhood education at Morris Harvey Collge, where she is a member of Alpha Xi Delta Sorority..She is employed by Super-X Drugs in St. Albans. Her husband \vill graduate in December from MHC with a degree in management marketing. He is a member of Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity, veteran of the Marine Corps, and is employed by the Kroger Co. Cynthia Chambers Weds Gary Park Miss Cynthia Gail Chambers, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John T. Chambers of Virginia Avenue, became the bride of Gary Lewis Park, son of Dr. and Mrs. Nelson A. Park of Mason Boulevard, in a ceremony performed Saturday by the Rev. Harold-T. ELmore and the rev. Jonathan Williams at Christ Church Methodist. ' Bill Holdren and his group MRS. G. L, PARK former Cynthia Chambers furnished the nuptial music and the bride was given in marriage by her father. Patty Chambers, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Elaine Chambers, sister-in-law of the bride; Bridget Park, sister of the bridegroom; Joanie Stabins, Donna Button and Christy Neff. BILL PARK was his brother's best man and ushers were Nelson Park and Dennis Park, two more b r o t h e r s , John Chambers, brother of the bride; Mike Lupinetti and Rex Repass. A reception was held at Edgewood Country Club. f The newlyweds are graduates of West Virginia University. She belonged to Delta Gamma Sorority and Kappa Delta Pi, education honorary, and he was a member of Kappa Tau Alpha journalism honorary and Beta Theta Pi Fraternity. He is employed by McJunkin Corp. They will make their home at the Greenbrier Gardens Apartments. Coordinated Wardrobe Best for Weekend Trip It's the season for going away for the weekends--and you'll want to travel light. A wardrobe to see you from sunning to -partying depends on separates--color coordinated to mix or match--that insures something great to wear for every occasion. The best hairdo is a wash and wear one with an expert cut, so it will quickly dry in the sun and fall into a pretty shape. Enhance it with a bar- rett. ribbon, or scarf. * · » v WHEN IT comes to all that V y pretty skin to be exposed in swim suits, halters, and san- dles, one versatile little bottle of baby oil is all it takes to keep it soft and smooth. The pure baby oil will remove your makeup, especially stubborn eye makeup. It silk- ens and soothes your fresh- shaven legs and softens your feet. A few capfulls in the bath water will serve as bath oil, and after-sunning applications of baby oil will relieve the tight feelings and discourage flaking and dryness. All your skin will be baby soft. Designer's Touch Books Offer Decorator Helpful Hints By Connie Shearer If you're the kind of interior decorator who gets ideas from what you read, there's a book on the market for you. If you can sew, but depend on an outside source for decorative ideas, it's a book you must have- Has it ever occurred to you that you can actually sew something as snazzy as the beanbag seating arrangement shown in the photograph. It is an easv-to-sew pillow which has only one seam and can be made any length. * * * FIRST, DECIDE on the length of your new piece of furniture (actually, that's what it is). For the liner, choose two pieces of sturdy fabric 54 inches wide and the length you desire. (Either muslin or sateen can be used successfully as a liner.) * Round the ends and stitch the two pieces together, leaving an opening on one side for stuffing. Double-stitch the seam with heavy-duty thread and turn right side out. Stuff the bag with styrofoam pellets and carefully close the opening. For the cover, select a durable, attractive drapery or upholstery fabric. Cut two pieces the same size as the liner. Insert a 54-inch zipper or use two 36-inch zippers with the open ends together in the back seam or near one end. Stitch the remainder of the seam in the cover, turn right side out and insert pillow. There you have it -- a handsome pillow-sofa. THIS AND dozens of other attractive and creative things for the house may be made if you follow the simple instructions in Better Homes and Gardens "Sewing for Your Home." The colorful 208-page book is available in bookstores at $7.95. Directions are given for making the popular round table covers, quilts, bath and closet accessories, room dividers and wall hangings, pillows and comforters and draperies. if V * A N O T H E R B O O K p u b - lished last year by Better Homes and Gardens is a great guide for making your carefully-decorated home look even more elegant when entertaining. It is called "Creative Table Settings," and discusses proper table setting, centerpieces, table favors and even gives complete directions for making your own placemats and matching napkins. One of the most attractive table settings discussed in the 125-page book is shown with triangular-shaped placemats and napkins to match. Complete directions for m a k i n g them are included in the text. The book includes a section on how to select dinnerware. including serving pieces, flatware and plates. There also is a chapter devoted to themes for entertaining with ideas for "A Little Bit of Sweden," The E x o t i c L u a u , "Wine a n d Cheese," and "Garden Party." Miss Jones Bride Mary Monohan Is Married Of George Pauley Mrs. G. W. Pauley . . former Karen Jones Miss Karen Lynn Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Jones of Roosevelt Av- 'enue, and George W. Pauley, son of Mrs. Doris Calvert of DuPont City and William Pauley of Minter, Ohio, were married Friday evening a.t the Westminster Presbyterian Church by the Rev. Glen Robinson. Mrs. Margaret Mackrell, organist, accompanied the soloist, Tim Pittman, and the bride was given in marriage by her parents. * * * LINDA BENNETT was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Debra Jones, sister of the bride, Denis LaMas- St. Albans Couple Married on Friday The First Assembly of God Church in St. Albans was the setting Friday evening for the marriage of Miss Janet Faith Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Smith, and Eric Lyle McCallister, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. McCallister, all of St. Albans. The Rev. R. E. Stevens performed the candlelight service and nuptial music was played by Annette Stevenson, soloist, and Roxanne Evans, organist. * * * THE BRIDE was given in marriage by her father. Joyce Smith was maid of h o n o r for her s i s t e r and bridesmaids were Joy McCallister and Fawney McCallister, sisters of the bridegroom. Glen Godby was best man · and ushers were Mike Brightwell and John, Johnson. * * * AFTER A reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Kentucky and Tennessee. They will reside at 212 Cart St., St. Albans. Miss Smith and her fiance are graduates of St. Albans High School. She is employed by the State Department of Public Safety and department headquarters in South Charleston. He is employed by National Learning Production Inc. ters, Becky Bailey and Carol Bradley. Keith Slack was best man and ushers were Bobby Jones, brother of the bride, Jackie Boyd, Jim Jeffers and Tony Barnett. A reception followed at the church, after which the couple left for a trip to Hawks Nest. The bride graduated from Charleston High School and is a student at Morris Harvey College. Her husband, a graduate of DuPont High School, is employed by the Appalachian Power Co. They willl reside at 3410 Chesterfield Ave., S. E. How Can If Q. How can I remove mildew from leather? A. W i p e it w i t h a c l o t h wrung out of denatured alcohol and water, equal parts. Dry in the open air. If this fails scrub it with a thick suds of mild, neutral soap, rinse with a damp cloth, and dry in an airy place. Polish shoes and leather articles afterwards with a good wax dressing. In a ceremony performed Friday at the Fifth Avenue Church of God in South Charleston, Miss Mary Elizabeth M o n o h a n was m a r r i e d to George Michael Waldorf. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Rupert Monohan and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. George Richard Waldorf, all of St. Albans. The Rev. A. Gordon Rave officiated with music being provided by Mrs. A. Gordon Raye. organist, and Mrs. David K i r k h a r t . vocalist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. * * * MRS. CARL W. McCormick served as matron of honor for her sister and bridesmaids included another sister, Miss Jennifer Harmon, and a niece, Miss Teresa McCormick. Another niece, Cheryl McCor- mick, was the flowergirl. The best man was Daniel Burdette and the ushers were G. R. Waldorf, brother of the b r i d e g r o o m , a n d C a r l W . McCormick. The reception was held in the church fellowship hall. Mrs. Waldorf and her husband graduated from St. Albans High School and she at- t e n d e d M o r r i s ' H a r v e y College. He is a senior at West Virginia State College, and is employed by the St. Albans Fire Department. The couple will honeymoon in Florida and along the East Coast and will reside at 2611 Roosevelt Ave. in St. Albans. MRS. G. M. WALDORF . . . former Mary Monohan WANT TO SELL SOMETHING? Use a low cost Gajette-Mail Want Ad. Over a 1,000 people do every day! And they ge! results! Just call 3J8-4848 and let one of our friendly Advisors help you word your ad. Sunday Deadlines Club calendar notices for the Sunday Gazette-Mail Home and Family Section must be submitted prior to 4 p . m . Wednesday. 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 as possible to assure Sunday publication. The only weddings accepted for Sunday publication are those which will occur on the preceding Friday or Saturday. Mrs. K. L. McMaHister . . . former jnn?t Smith A Rewording, Top Paid Profession!I jT|?Sj 5v^pT $' jjf K V Bring this cd and iONatVz FOR JUNE! Clink Open Tuei. thru Sol. Opon Thursday nfeci 711 '/2 Fife St. Charleston A Phone 346-9603 NEW SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED! Sterling Silver Bangle Sets By Reed Barton $22-30 Separately. Rings *9.95, Bracelets'14.95 Choose f'mm 9 popular designs. "Diadem" (top) and "Francis I" arc-shown abov?. H r ".vvsterlinu. Gift -boxed. Hand ensjravingc;:1ra. Jeweler -- Watchmaker 211 Hcie Street Phone 342-5031

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