Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 30, 1972 · Page 56
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 56

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 30, 1972
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rE-- July 30, 1972 Sunday Gn*tt*.MeU ---" -- " - -- -- Vlrtlii!#__ Designer a Touch Mayfield-Bumpus Rite Performed Miss Teressa Mae Bumpus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward Bumpus of St. Albans, became the bride of Howard Mayfield Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mayfield of South Charleston, at 7 p.m. Saturday in St. Luke's United Methodist Church. The Rev. Harry Foley officiated and Paul Dunkle Jr. provided music. Given in marraige by her father, the bride wore a floor- length gown of silk organza and rochel lace over bridal peau fashioned with a high Victorian neckline, sheer yoke on a basque bodice, long bishop sleeves and deep cuffs and a bouffant skirt with tiers of organza edged in lace. Her scalloped mantilla was made of matching lace and she carried a colonial bouquet of white roses. * * » MISS SHELIA Bumpus was maid of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Miss Jana Mayfield, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Karen (i: Roseberry, cousin of the MRS. HOWARD MAYFIELD JR. ... former Teressa Bumpus bride. Kathy Bumpus, sister of the bride, and Timmy Robinson, her cousin, were flower- girl and ringbearer. Theodore Boyd of Greenville, S.C., was best man and ushers were Steve Means, Mike White, Richard Cassis and Dennis Morgan. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Niagara Falls and Canada. They will live in St. Albans. MRS. MAYFIELD graduated from St. Albans High School and is employed by Department of Vocational Rehabilitation. Her husband g r a d u a t e d from South Charleston High School and is a criminology major at West Virginia State College. He is employed by the Kroger Co. The bride was honored with showers given by Mrs. P. P. Hoy and Mrs. Edith Dodd; Mrs. Ann Kelley and Susan Kelley; Mrs. Ruth Hendrix, Miss Roxanne Evans and Miss Sandy Higgms and by Miss Connie Jennings. The bridegroom's parents hosted a rehearsal dinner at Wren's Nest. Kay Coffman, Phillip Brown Marry , SCOTT DEPGT-Miss Kay Coffman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Coffman of Scott Depot, became the bride of Phillip Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett E. Brown of Clarksburg, at. 2:30 p.m. Saturday in the Teays Valley Presbyterian Church here. Tbe Hev. J. D. Harrah offici- were Mrs. Michael Hennessy and Mi*s Patricia Coffman of Cincinnati, Miss Wilda Brant and Miss Grace Brant of Cleveland. The bridegroom's father was 'best man and ushers were Timothy Brown of Morgantown, a brother, Dennis Plumley, Randy Starcher of Spencer and Arthur Barthelmess of St. Albans. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Jamaica. They will live in St. Albans. * * # MRS. BROWN graduated from Stonewall Jackson High School and West Virginia Uni- versity with a B.A. degree. She teaches at George Washington High School. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Brant of Meadow Creek and the late Mr. and Mrs. S.C. Coffman of Frankford. Her husband g r a d u a t e d from' Spencer High School and West V i r g i n i a University, where be received a B.S. degree in chemistry and was a member of Delta Tau Delta social fraternity. He served two years in the Army as an instructor at Ft. McClellan, Ala. He is employed by Union Carbide Corp. at Institute. MRS. PHILLIP BROWN ... former Kay Coffman ated and music was provided by Mrs. Carl C. Adams. Given m marriage by her latber, the bride wore a floor- length gam of silk organza wWch was trimmed with ·pearis and Obanttlly lace end rtyted with a sheer yoke, long pott sleeves, bee collar and .tuffs. The A-line skirt extended from the empire waistline, was trimmed with double rows of lace and extended to » chapel train. A lace and .pearl Cametot cap held her silk illusion veil and she carried a cymbidinm orchid with miniature carnations on a white Bible, a gift from her great-grandmother, Mrs. Mabel Marlow of Fairlea. MRS. DENNIS Vlumley of Columbus, Ohio, was matron of honor and bridesmaids How Con 1? Q. How can I remove scratches from silverware? A. Procure a tin all quantity of potty powder, pot this into t uncer and add just enough ttllre oil to make a paste. Rob 1MB paste on your silver with i toft flannel cloth, then pal- Mi with a chamois, and your scratches should have vanished. OPEN Monday 11 A.M. to 9 P.M. FINAL CLEARANCE of Women's Shoes Starts 11:00 A.M. MONDAY Values to 23.98 90 3 90 "7 Shoes displayed on racks Handbags price or less All Sales Final No Phone Orders OPEN MONDAY 11 A.M. to 9 P.M. 228 Coprtol St. Established 1892 Make the Most of Maverick Piece of Furniture By Connie Shearer Do you have a favorite piece of furniture in your house? A piece that no one else particularly likes--or one which your husband tolerates but secretly makes fun of--or a super sensational piece you really couldn't afford but just had to have--or, for that matter, a table you picked up at an a u c t i o n because you thought it had good lines? Remember that "maverick" is there because you like it, so make the most of it. If it happens to be a chest, create an exciting wall arrangement over it. Use framed pictures,' plaques, and things which have a special meaning to you. like a piece of driftwood from last summer' vacation or a mirror in an attractive frame. · * * ON AN odd table, if it isn't a lamp-type table, use a potted plant, an attractive candleholder with one of the beautiful candles to be found these days, and you can add an ashtray if necessary. If your special piece of furniture is one which can be used against the wall, and you have the space, try one of the exciting tapestry-type wall- hangings over it and an arrangement of your favorite curios on the top of the table. * * * A CHAIR or a loveseat can be placed in the glory spot too. If you can't see using a wall arrangement, try an interesting tabletop arrangement along side the chair or How Can I? Q. How can I brighten up dull-looking pewter? Drop a ·mall lump of potash into a quart of water and soak the pewter in this for at least twenty-four hours. Then take it out and rub all over with a cork dipped in olive oil or mineral oil, following this with a brisk rubbing with a dry chamois. in front of the loveseat. The triple dresser in the photograph is from Basic-Witz of Waynesboro, Va,, and isn't used as a triple dresser at all. A wall arrangement, a lamp and personal belongings have made the triple dresser the center of an outstanding setting. Collector Prints by Gene Gray only 9 left! Also w* have other prints of all sizes and kinds. Mouldings raw finished, specializing In needlepoint embroideries, linen velvet linen mats.- HARPER'S CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING 321/2 Capitol St. 343-2881 Hours 9 tt) 4 HAWAIIAN PRINT SKIMMER 100% Cotton ' mercerized Hawaiian prints skim through this hot weather like a breeze! Choose blue or brown in sizes 12-20, 14'/222 '/:. Great vacation travelers. SMART SMOCK TOPS ...'N JEANS! S 6,, S 14 Smock tops in assorted prints to coordinate with jeans, long sleeved, button front styling, SML ..'. 11.00 Jeans in fit and flare styling, button ·front or zip, patch pockets and belt loops, also split knee st/le. Brushed denim, corduroy, denim in turquoise, pink, lilac, navy, white, orange, gold. 5-15, SML 6.00-14.00 SPORTSWEAR,SecondF/oor FALL ENTRY BY FOREVER YOUNG '20 long sleeved jewel neck dress with contour seaming for flattery. Hardware belt. Washable polyester knit. 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