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-June2. 1974 Sunday (^ Charleston, West Virginia ---- Designer's Touch Colors, Patterns Coordinated By Connie Shearer They've finally done it. First there was fabric and wallcov- ering made to match. You could make a slipcover for your sofa, make draperies to match, use the scraps for decorator pillows to toss at will on the sofa or the floor -- and then buy rolls of perfectly-matched wallpaper to do the walls. But what about the floor. With an abstract design or a floral motif on the furniture and walls and at the windows, you had no choice but to go the,safe solid color route for floorcov- ering. No more! * + * SUDDENLY A leading floor-covering manufacturer has brought out dozens of wallcoverings and fabrics to coordinate with the company's vinyl floors. You may use perfectly matched designs or you may coordinate designs. And that has been made a simple chore. The shopper simply selects the floor pattern she likes and inserts a large sample, which the shop will provide, and an index Deborah Procter Is Married MRS. L. W. HAMILTON . . .former Deborah Procter In a candlelight service on Saturday at the Boulevard Church of Christ, Miss Deborah M. Procter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Taylor of E l a i n e D r i v e , exchanged marriage vows with Lawrence W. Hamilton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith C. Hamilton Jr. of South Charleston. With the Rev. Harry R. Gill officiating, the bride was given in marriage by her stepfather. Nuptial music was provided by soloist, Mrs. Robert Noffsinger, and organist, Mrs. Harry Gill. * * * MRS. CAROLYN KING was matron of honor and bridesmaids included Mrs. Jan Flannery and Miss Carol Hedrick. The father of the bridegroom served as the best man with ushers being William F. White of Marietta, Ohio, a cousin, and Roger Bucy. Mrs. Hamilton graduated from Dunbar High School and attended Marshall University. She currently is majoring in social work at West Virginia State College. Her husband teaches in the deaf unit at the Rehabilitation Center in Institute and is owner of Hamilton's Book and Card Shop in South Charleston. The reception was held in the patio room of the Daniel Boone Hotel. The couple will reside in South Charleston. informs her which wallcoverings and fabrics are compatible with her choice. Then she can compare numerous combinations until she finds the one she likes. * * * THE PHOTOGRAPH shows a room done in mix and match decorating. The draperies and the vinyl wallcovering behind the bar cabinet match the floor pattern. The grass cloth-type' wallcovering on the other walls and the fabric on the ottomans repeats one of the colors in the floor. The pattern is fancy free and is made by the Armstrong Cork Co. Miss Miller Weds Paul Odus Flenner Sylvia Hawley Wed To William Yanov PINEVILLE - In a ceremony performed Saturday at the home of the bride's par- MRS. W. T. YANOV farmer Sylvia Hawley ents, Miss Sylvia L. Hawley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Hawley of Pineville, was married to William F. Yanov, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Yanov of Nitro. The Rev. Harry L. Stevens officiated and the bride was given in marriage by her father. CATHERINE SHADWICK a t t e n d e d h e r s i s t e r a n d Charles A. Yanov, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. A reception followed in the Hawley home. The bride graduated from Pineville High School and is in nurses aide t r a i n i n g at the West Virginia Rehabilitation Center. Her husband, a graduate of Charleston High School, is a cook at the West Virginia Rehabilitation Center at Institute. They will reside at 811 First Ave.yNitro. 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 MRS. P. 0. FLENNER . . . former Brenda Miller ' How Can If Q. How can I remove chocolate stains from fabrics? A. Try applying a paste made of cold water and borax. Q. How can I, when making a long solder seam, confine my solder to a nice, neat, narrow band? A. If you'll border the seam you are going to make with some wax crayon marks, your solder will not adhere to the crayon. And, unless too much is used, it will not flow beyond the crayon mark. Q. Please suggest a good, easy repair or filler for an unsightly crack in an article of furniture. A. Try pressing some beeswax carefully into the crack, then staining and varnishing. Miss Brenda Joy Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Miller of South Charleston, became the bride of Paul Odus Flenner, son of Mrs. Thelma Gibboney of South Charleston and the late Mr. Chester P. Flenner, on Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Damron Jr. The Rev. Morton Estep officiated and music was provided by Mr. and Mrs. Steven Higginbotham. The bride was given in marriage by her father, Mrs. Sandra Mitchell was matron of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Mrs. Debbie Miller and Mrs. Sharon Miller, sisters-in-law of the bride, Jamie O'Daniel and Ta- maria Crabtree. Tammy and Kati Damron were flower- girls. FLOYD KESSEL served as best man. Ushers were Don Barnett, David Moss, Robin Moss and Tom Musgrave. Following a reception at the Damron home, the couple left for a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C. They will live in South Charleston. Mrs. Flenner is a graduate of George Washington High School and is employed by Insurance Services Office. Her husband, a graduate of South Charleston High School, is employed by Howard, Needles, Tammen and Bergendoff. Bridal Plans Told Me Crack en -Skidmore Mr. and Mrs. James G. McCracken of Rt. 4 have announced the engagement of their daughter, Pamela, to George R. Skidmore, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Skidmore of Poca. Bridal plans are incomplete. She graduated from Nitro High School and is employed by Amos and Brotherton, attorneys-at-law. Her fiance, a graduate of Poca High School, is a self-employed dry wall contractor. Glenn-Carlson Montgomery Presbyterian Church will be the setting at 2:30 p.m. Saturday for the open-church ceremony when Miss Debbie Glenn becomes the bride of Carl Bernard Carlson. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Wilson Glenn Jr. of Pratt and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Hilding Carlson of Blairsville, Pa. A graduate of East Bank High School, Miss Glenn and her fiance are alumni of West Virginia Wesleyan College. He is employed as a purchasing agent for Clark's Metal Products in Blairsville. Osborne-Williams An open-church wedding at 8 p.m. on Aug. 31 at the Grace Baptist Temple in St. Albans, Miss Terry Lee Osborne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlton Osborne of Nitro, will become the bride of Earl H. Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Williams of Belle.' Miss Osborne is a graduate of Poca High School and was an honor student majoring in speech and hearing therapy at Morris Harvey College. She is employed by the Little Princess Beauty Salon in Nitro. Her fiance graduated from Collins High School, attends Morris Harvey and is employed by duPont at Belle. Formal Wear For Your WEDDING You hear the strains of the wedding processional. All eyes are focused on the bride and then you stand there together. It's a moment you'll both treasure. And you'll remember now she grasped your hand ... ties looks o) love and admiration. 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