Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 20, 1975 · Page 28
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 28

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 20, 1975
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· July 20,1975 Special Events Prompt Travel Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mack of Bdk were honored with a family gathering on July 7 as they celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary. Hosts for the affair were their five children, Mrs. Doana Kay and Mrs. Jane Terry, both of Charleston: Andrew Wade Mack of Connecticut; June and Patricia Mack, at home. The honorees also have three grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Tucker and children, Barbara, Kim and Pamela, and their grandson, Christopher Tucker, have re- Enter Golden Years Coonskin Park was the setting on July 12 for a family outing honoring Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hoover Sr. of 4719 Washington Ave., SE, as they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. Married July 14, 1925 at Maiden by the late Rev. George Thumm. she is the former Mae Martin. They are parents of four children. Mrs. Mary Bowen of Beckley; James Hoover of Scott Depot; Virgil Jr. of Charleston; and David of Charlotte, N.C. Completing the family are 14 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. turned to their home on Gapview Drive from a week's vacation at Virginia Beach. Prenuptial social functions honoring Miss Susan Kay Cavender, who was married Saturday morning to Stephen Michael Shaffer, included showers given by Barbara Bastaim, Judy Cavender and Emogene Burns and a breakfast-shower wiih Lisa Rubin and Gloria Lanham as hostesses. Margaret Crewdson Weds Jack Eastwood on Saturday Miss Margaret Carol Crewdson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Crewdson of Nitro. became the bride of Jack R. Eastwood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emitt L. Tinsley of Kelly Road, at 2 p.m. on Saturday in the E. K. Perrow Memorial Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Jack Dabney officiated and music was provided by Miss Anita Bowling-and Darrell Adams. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Gayle Casebolt was matron of honor for her sister and maid of honor was Patty Hatfield. Bridesmaids were Nancy Crewdson, sister of the bride, Paula Tin-' s'ley. sister of the bridegroom, Tammy Crewdson, cousin of the bride, and Ellen Mann. STEVE DUNLAP served as best man. Ushers were Keith and Jimmie Crewdson, brothers of the bride. Tommy Bowden of Morgantown, Dave Rothrock and David Plumley. Following a reception in the social hall of, the Bank of Cross Lanes, the couple left for'a wedding trip. They will live in Morgantown in the fall. MRS. J. R. EASTWOOD . . . former Margaret Crewdton Mrs. Eastwood is a senior majoring in parks and recreation at West Virginia University, where her husband is a senior physical education major. He is captain of the football team. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wayne Lambert have established a home in Barrett, following their marriage on June 27. She is the former Mary Jarvis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Jarvis of Barrett, and parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Herb Lambert, also of Barrett. Mr. and Mrs. Donnally Morris and Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Walworth have returned to their homes after attending the. national congress of the Sons of the American Revolution in Boston, Mass. Morris and Walworth served as delegates from the Daniel Boone Chapter. Out-of-town guests who were in Elkview for the golden wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs! RiK. Meckley of Elkview on July 5-6 included Dr. and Mrs. Arnold H. Meckley and children, Lee and Lynn, of Midland, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. Lowell H. Meckley of Jacksonville, Fla.; Miss Julia Morrison and Mrs. Richard Gandee of Lakeland, Fla.; Matthew Rogers of Lexington, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Samples and children, Kellie and Todd, of Miami, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smith of Erie, Pa.; Mrs. Robert Bond and Mark Bond of Marysville, Ohio; Mrs. L.B. Hill of Akron, Ohio; and Mrs. Marie Dawson of Brandon, Fla. Mrs. George Shearer of South Charleston and Mrs. Rome Shamblin of Charleston have returned from Rancho Santa Fe, Calif, where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Jem- Englert and daughters, Tina and Chris." Mrs. Englert is the daughter of Mrs. Shearer and granddaughter of Mrs. Shamblin. They also spent two days in Hollywood as the guests of Mr. and Mrs Gene Galloway of Charleston and attended the private studio showing of "The Runaways" co-starring their son Roger Galloway, nephew of Mrs. Shearer. T. Sgt. and Mrs. Charles (Bob) Williams and daughters, Ronda and Karen, are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olie Williams of Marmet, and Frank Meadow of Chesapeake, and his brother, Ronald Williams of St. Albans. They will return to Panama where Sgt. Williams is serving with the Air Force. Miss Filomino Alicie. Miss Irene Sloan and Mrs. Dorma L H Humphreys are in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, where they attended the 30th annual convention and international forum of the National Secretaries Assn. Miss Jennifer Bailey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene W. Bailey of Belle, has returned home after taking part in the Hoi- lins Abroad program in Paris, where she also studied at the Sorbonne. During her stay she was joined by her mother for a 30-day tour of Europe, which included visits to England. Belgium, Netherlands, Austria, Germany, Italy and the Riviera. Miss Bailey will spend the remainder of the summer with her family and will return to Paris in the fall to continue work as a junior in the Hollins Abroad program and study at the Sorbonne. SAVE 25% to 60% ON FLORSHEIM D'ANTONIO JOYCE GEORGE SANZ AND MANY OTHERS SHOES ^ SHOtb ^ John tee W I I I I I I I t ^Engagements Are Announced : Garten-Albert ; The engagement of Miss Deborah Sue Garten to Timothy Allen Albert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Albert, has been an- 'nounced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carson D. Garten, all of Belle. Wedding plans are incomplete. * Miss Garten and her fiance are graduates of DuPont High School, and she has a position with Cecil I. Walker Machinery. He is majoring in mechanical engineering at West Virginia Institute of Technology, and is employed by Smith Transfer Corp. '; Mourikas-B alley ' . The engagement of Miss Thea Ann Mou- rikas to Jerry W. Bailey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin "A. Bailey of Nitro, has been ·announced by her grandmother, Mrs. Rebecca Mourikas of Indiana Avenue. Wed- 'ding plans are incomplete. ·- Miss Mourikas is a junior early childhood education major at Marshall University, where her fiance is a senior major- ing in accounting. He also is employed by Owens-Illinois in Huntington. Travel News We will be glad to chronicle your "comings and goings, your visits and visitors. Call, the Gazette Woman's Department, 348-^175. This summer, Diamond Ring SHOPPiC CENTER ' DUKBIR NEW MttTlRSWlE JEWELER* experience the ultimate vacation. Plan now to experience one of the world's great resorts, The Greenbrier. Here, in the majestic Alleghenics, is a 6,500-acre, year-round resort where days and nights are filled with excitement.. .with three 18-hole championship golf courses, a 15- court outdoor and 5-court indoor tennis complex, trap and skcet shooting, riding, indoor and outdoor pools, bowling, bicycling, shopping, music and dancing at the exclusive Old White Club, and the famous mineral baths and Greenbrier Spa. You'!! dine sumptuously, choosing from over 65 items alone for breakfast; and seven-course dinners offer your choice of a dozen entrees. There's a pre-teen sports school program as well as a teen program, both supervised . . . plus a lot more to make this a summer to remember. Small wonder then that so many guests are rediscovering The Greenbrier. Especially when they can enjoy all the glamor of this incomparable destination resort within the affordable proximity of a few hours' drive from home. 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