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July 30, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 57

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8E--July 30, 1972 Sunday Gazette-Mail Charltiton, Witt V!r9lnl« Relatives Making Mid-Summer Visits Mr. and Mrs. William A. ' Katholi of South Charleston have returned from Aberdeen, Md., where they visited their " oldest son and his wife. Maj. and Mrs. William D. Katholi and their daughters, Kimberly - and Connie. ; Maj. Katholi returned in '-· April from a one-year tour of ' duty with the Army in Viet/. nam. He and his family are : moving to Ft. Leavenworth, f- Kan., where he will attend the ! · Army's command and general :.. staff school for the next 10 ].' months. En route home, Mr. and Mrs. Katholi also visited their youngest son and daughter-in- law, Dr. and Mrs. Richard E. Katholi in Charlottesville, Va. Dr. Katholi has completed a tour of duty with the Air Force and has returned' to Charlottesville to complete his residency at the University of Virginia Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Laurance Minall of Maidenhead, Berkshire, England, will arrive today for a three-weeks visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Valentine and daughters, Sally, Wendy and Penny, of Ridgemont Road. Married July 8, the Minalls will spend some time, visiting historical spots in America. He is a history teacher in England. * * * AMONG THE recent visitors at the Cloister in Sea Vows Exchanged in Glasgoiv Rite MRS. J. M. AUXIER . . . former , . . . Marsha Zickafoose Miss Marsha Karen Zickafoose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Basil C. Zickafoose, became the bride of James Melvin Auxier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Auxier, all of Glasgow, at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Glasgow Church of the Nazarene. The Rev. Gary Wilson officiated and music was provided by Kathy Richardson and Mrs. Jimmie Pell. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an Aline empire gown of crystal sata peau and' Alencon lace designed with a high neckline, Renaissance sleeves, and a chapel train. A lace headdress held her illusion veil and she carried a cascade of white daisies. VICKIE * SEABOLT of Cedar Grove was maid of honor and Brenda Scarbro of Milton was matron of honor. Eona Morris of Hugheston, Barbara Auxier of Glasgow and Connie Elswick of Montgomery were bridesmaids. John Harold of Pennsylvania was best man and ushers were Paul Ford of Glasgow, Jackie Zickafoose of Maryland, Donald Sizemore of Glasgow and Robert Morris. Following a reception at the Glasgow United Methodist Church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Hawks Nest and Florida. They will live in Atlanta, Ga. .· * -.f MRS. AUXIER graduated from DuPont High School, attended Carver Career and Technical Education Center and was employed by National Auto Parts Assn. Her husband g r a d u a t e d from Cedar Grove High School and attended West Virginia University. He is employed by the State Department of Highways. Island, Ga., were Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Eardley and daughter, Andrea, of Loudon Heights Road. Mrs. John M. Swats, formerly of Richmond, Va., is now residing in the Kanawha Village Apartments, where she will make her home. Miss Paula Hickman is visiting her cousin Mr. and Mrs. Toney Merrick and their children, Debbie and Carl, and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Muller and son, John, in Springfield, Mass. They will visit in Cape Cod, Plymouth and New York City. Miss Hickman and Mr. and Mrs. Muller will visit in Cincinnati, Ohio before Miss Hickman returns home. Attending the wedding on Saturday of Constance Lane and Gerald Alan Harper were Aiden E. Hatton, Dr. and Mrs. James L. Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth G. Waldie and their daughter, Jane, all of Pittsburgh, Mr. and Mrs. Aiden E. Hatton and daughters, Connie, Maggie and Dolan of Middletown, N. J., Mrs. John W. Blair and sons, John and Tom of Dallas, Tex., Mrs. G. James Hahn and family, Di- dana, Grechen, Mary Beth and John of Johnstown, Pa., Miss Aidana E. Hatton of Fort Defiance, Ariz., Miss Grace Waldie of Boston, Mass., Dr. and Mrs. Christopher Modic of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Alexander Lane of Plantation Key, Fla. MRS. CLARENCE HERNDON has returned to her Gillispie-Shamblen Vows Repeated I " Miss Ramona Susan Gillispie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Gillispie of Poca, became the brute of Thomas Edward Sargent, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sergent of Bancroft, at 7 p.m. Friday in the Lett Creek Community Church. The Rev. Jim Davis performed the double-ring ceremony and music was provided by Mrs. Ruthie McClanahan and Mrs. Brenda Shamblin. The bride wore a long gown of silk organza trimmed with Venise lace and styled with a high neckline, bishop sleeves, a full skirt which extended from a natural waistline and ended in a chapel train. Ruffles trimmed the skirt and train and a headdress of Venise lace trimmed with organza roses and pearls held her silk illusion veil. She carried pro- pons and baby's breath on a lace-covered bible. MRS. JUDY'CRAIGO was matron of honor for her cousin and bridesmaids were Miss Sandy Haer, Mrs. Bonnie Harrison, another cousin, Mrs. Bibby Nutter, sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Sue and Danette Higginbotham, the bride's cousin, was trainbearer. David Gibson was best man and ushers were Terry Lett, Gary Phillips and Joe Higginbotham. cousin of the bride. Following a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C., the couple will live at the Twin River Trailer Court in Raymond City. Mr. and Mrs. Sergent are graduates of Poca High School. She is employed by Capitol Builders and he is an employe of Bancroft Metal Production. She was honored' with showers given by Bonnnie Harrison, Bibby Nutter, Fuzzie Arthur and Mrs. Winnie Tyer. home on Virginia Avenue after a four-month visit with her son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Charles Horton and sons, Chris, Scott and Chad in Naples, Italy, where Dr. Horton is serving at the dental clinic of the Naval Hospital. They toured G e r m a n y , France, Switzerland, Luxen- bourg and Austria. Mrs. May Taylor of Ft. Smith, Ark. has returned to her home after a visit with her sister, Mrs. Phoebe Alexander of Nitro, and her brother, Edgar Raines of Dunbar. Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore Stegemoller of Detroit, Mich. have returned to their home after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Norval B. Hamric of Seventh Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie C. McDowell have returned to their home on Washington Avenue SE, after attending the July 15 wedding of his niece, Marion Virginia McDowell of Alexandria, Va., to Leslie Lawrence Lentz Jr. of San Antonio, Tex. The Rev. Walter Lewis, rector of St. Georges Church, Valley Lee, Md., and the bride's brother, the Rev. Joseph L. McDowell of All Saints Episcopal Church, Avenue, Md., officiated. Mr. and Mrs. McDowell were accompanied home by Mrs. Stanley B. Phillips of Alexandria, Va., who visited them a few days. Mr. and Mrs. E. Forrest Jones and family of Loudon Heights Road are visiting relatives and friends this weekend in Greenbrier County. HOLLYWOOD BEAUTY SALON LOOK YOUR LOVELIEST ~~ \7 1 ' " ^ tlat osts i 1 Pol* Y O U * and is easier to Get a gentle body w a v e and have soft, natural styl- that lasts much longer control. Reg. 10.00 RAYETTE J WAVE T75 / l. 9 . 17.50 PROTEIN $ 1 2 7 5 K«g. $25.00... $ 1 S . 2 S FROSTING COMPLETE NOW '15 H HAIRCUT SHAMPOO * SIT WITH COUPON NO APPONTMENT N K i s / l Y " ~ Evening Appointments Monday, Tuesday, Thursday i Friday Hollywood Beauty Salon ------ I: *l ·-4: 71 1 FIFE ST. PH. 3 4 2 - 4 5 4 2 I': MRS. T. E. SERGENT . . . former Ramona Gillispic Martin. Junior bridesmaids were Cheryl Gillispie, sister of the bride, and Susie Beller, her cousin. Tracy Arthur, cousin of the bridegroom, was flowergirl, Cecil Gibson, another cousin, was ringbearer, Julia Crouch Is Bride Miss Julia Rene* Crouc' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Car- ci« D. Crouch of South Charleston, became the bride of Danny Ray Cain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Cain of Eleanor, Friday in the South Charleston Church of Christ. Lloyd Mansfield officiated and music was provided by Betty and Melany Miller and Gail Mansfield. * * · GIVEN IN marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length gown of acetate and nylon lace styled with a fitted bodice, long pointed sleeves, scalloped neckline with sequin trim and a gathered skirt which ended in back fullness. A lace headdress held her tulle veil and she carried a nosegay of white carnations and blue pompons. Miss Lana Harless was maid of honor for her cousin and Russ Stutler was best man. MRS. D. R. CAIN . . . former Julia Crouch A reception followed the ceremony at the L. E. Moore home. HEART OF EUROPE BRITISH ISLES j IRELAND SPAIN PORTUGAL ALPINE SUMMER VIKING LAND There's o Zoles diamond to suit every bride! Simple and dramatic: the diamond solitaire set Styled in 14 Karat gold $150 JBridal set 8 diamonds, HKaratgald Fivt: convenient way* to buy: evolving Charge · Zal« Custom Charge BjnkAmencird · Master Charge · Layaway 19 217 CAPITOL ST. .ti .on an AAA Escorted Holiday ALPINE'SUMMERFairytate castles, I dark German forests, amethyst Italian lakes, x high Swiss villages, clear, clean mountain air. | Roam summer uplands by motorcoach, cable $ car, cog railway and horse and carriage, visiting £ high places like Zermatt, Cortina, St. Moritz,S Salzburg, Vienna. Four August departures in-£ elude the Olympic Games in Munich. GER-? MANY, SWITZERLAND, ITALY, AUSTRIA, £ ·--22 days, 9 departures, June-August BRITISH ISLES IRELAND Legendary castles, 1 windy moors, kilted guardsmen and swinging London plus* city-seeing of half-a-dozen other great old towns. Ride the §· Ring of Kerry, kiss the Blarney, see a show at the Palladium :·? IRELAND, SCOTLAND. WALES, ENGLAND, 22 days, £ 12 departures, May-September. ' '" rLAMENCO Sunny lands spiced with Moorish castles, £ , , , , mysterious gypsies. Cruise the Mediterranean, visit Tangier's casbah, the Alhambra, Prado, Alcazar, Pena Castle, the beaches of the Algarve $ with plenty of time- for fabulous- golf, guided city-seeing, excitement and leisure' SPAIN, MOROCCO, PORTUGAL, 22 days, 10 departures, April-October. ' HEART OF EUROPE Grand Tour including three days in London, Amsterdam, Rome and Paris. Scenery and cuisine, Rhine'-cruise, Tyrolean and Swiss Alps, $ the art of Florence, gondolas in Venice, dinner at Tour Eiffel-a sampling of Europe's best. ENGLAND, HOLLAND, GERMANY, SWITZERLAND, LIECHTENSTEIN $ ITALY, AUSTRIA, MONACO, FRANCE, 22 days, 12 departures, May-Sept. $ TORREMOLINOS Called the "world's most elegant sandbox"; five glorious $ days in a luxury hotel on Spain's Costa del Sol; posh casinos, delightful boutiques, sun, " surf, sand, pins city-seeing in Lisbon, Seville, Granada, and Madrid and excursions to Quelez. Srntra, Cascais. Perfect' 2-week holiday for less than a comparable stateside vacation. PORTUGAL, SPAIN, 15 days, 10 departures, May-October. V1K1N GLAND Friendly people, fantastic fjords, lakes, mountains, cities, Hamlet's castle, some of the world's best food and drink, remarkable buys in fabrics, glassware. Discover the sauna, cruise the Baltic, Finnish lakes, Norwegian fjords. DENMARK. · SWEDEN, FINLAND, NORWAY, 22 days, 10 departures, May-September . before you see the World see I would like more information on ... D ALPINE SUMMER HOLIDAY O BRITISH ISLES IRELAND HOLIDAY D FLAMENCO HOLIDAY D HEART OF EUROPE HOLIDAY D CAR RENTAL D TORREMOLINOS HOLIDAY D VIKINGLAND HOLIDAY D HAWAII HOLIDAYS D MEXICO HOLIDAYS D EUROPEAN CAR PURCHASE Subject to local regulations Name- Address- State. .Zip- - Phone Number- Detach and mail jii PAYMENT HERE IS PLEASURE THERE. Prepaid Holidays protect the I value of your American travel dollar and end foreign currency confusion. $ · CALL OR WRITE · i WORLD WIDE TRAVEL AGENCY I 3411NOYES AVi, S. E. CHARLESTON, W. VA. g PHONE 343-4657 | ftS*:***:*^^ Stately. Ywi just can't get fresher unless you grow your own. Stokelyl Stokelyjk Stokely VAM C AIM D"« w It ^B\ \A fct f A *u* «'« ·/^·.^·X U A M r Aun'c mi CAMP'S r'W'tt FRUITS {VEGETABLES .... , . . , , . . . With Stokelys coupon, y6u (list can't get fresher.for IMS. Clifr the coupon from their ad a)- pearing Wednesday, August 2, in the Charleston Daily Mail and Thursday, -August 3, irv The Charleston Gazette and save 10 cents on an/ 2 cans of green beans, corn, peas, fruit cocktail, peaches, pears' and all tomato products (sfewed tomatoes, tomato juice, paste, sauce, and catsup). Stokely products are farm fresh! NU-MAID MARGARINE A store coupon for 10 cents on the p u r c h a s e of two Nu-Maid h a l f pound mugs is a part of their color ad appearing in the Charleston Daily Mail Wednesday, August 2, and The Charleston Gazette Thursday, August 3. Look for Nu-Maid mugs at your grocers. You'll know them by their seven decorator colors---not counting m a r g a r i n e y e l l o w . Satin s o f t Nu-Maid, the margarine that adds fresh, pasteurized milk. BORDEN BURGER REMODELS There is an attractive remodeled Borden Burger restaurant near you. The delicious food and fast, friendly service is still there. Your family will enjoy dining at Borden Burger toddy, chicken is the featured dish. And Wednesday is family night with specials on 5 basket dinners. The whirling satellite has been replaced by the new sign above as shown with Borden Burger restaurant located in Kanawha City. jet custom class ALLEGHENY AIR 5YSTEM_ We hove a lot more going for you. Jet Allegheny, it's all one class. Jet custom class service at comparable jet coach fare. It's one style of service for everybody. From the front of the plane to the back. With comfortable two and three seating on every Fanjet flight. The Allegheny Air System offers more fanjets to New York, Albany, Baltimore or Burlington than any other airline. Call Allegheny or your tavorite travel agent before you take off for anyplace. · ValueCenters NEW BELTED ATLAS PACESETTER See the new belted Atlas Pacesetter now at Esso ValueCenters. It features modern belted- bias construction. Computer-designed tread, two fiber glass cord belts and two polyester cord body plies. Your nearby participating Esso retailer is also featuring the Atlas Mile- Pak, an economy tire with four full plies of sturdy nylon cord. And if your car is hesitating because of skimpy fuel flow, Esso gasoline with HTA may be all you need. Try a couple of tankfuls, and see. Produced and Edited By GENERAL ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT NEWSPAPER AGENCY CORPORATION PUILISNERS OF: The Charleston Gazette (fffoirleffon GA/!;TTIM,\IL i, WEST VIRGINIA 25330 -WALKER COMPANY \

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