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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 6, 1972
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6E--August 6, 1972 Sunday Gtwette.Mail ' ---- Ch»rltJton. WMt Virginia Miss Lohn, Robert Reiner Wed MAN-The Rev. Ralph E. Thompson Jr. performed the ceremony on Saturday in the Bruce McDonald United Methodist Church here when marriage vows were exchanged by Miss Pleasant McKinley Lohn and Robert James Reiner. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Lohn of Man, 'and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Reiner of Morgantown. Traditional music was presented by the organist. Mrs. J. Campbell Hunter, and soloist, Robert T. Kerley, and a reception and dinner-dance followed at the Triadelphia County Club, with music furnished by Jan Campbell's Orchestra. GIVEN IN marraige by her father, the hride wore a long formal gown of imported silk organza with motifs of hand- appliqued Venise lace embellishing the semi-empire bodice, short sleeves and A-line skirt, with a band of the same lace bordering the chapel train. Her double veil of French illusion was attached to a caplcl of Venise lace daisies and miniature pearls. She carried a colonial bouquet of gardenias, stephanotis and delphinium. Miss Valerie Hudson Oilman Lohn served as maid of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids included another sister, Miss Georgeanne Gilman Lohn; a cousin, Miss Sarah Ann Gilman Burgess; Miss Beth Cook and Miss Diane Huckins of McLean, Va. The bridegroom's cousin, Melissa Alex- ander of Morgantown, was flowergirl. RICHARD TAMPOVA of Morgantown served as best man and ushers included the bridegroom's brothers, Jack M. Reiner Jr., Joseph Wayne Reiner and George J. Reiner; William Boyle of Morgantown; Sheldon Gilman Burgess, cousin of the bride; Pat Joe White and James Dixon, all of Man. Mr. and Mrs. Reiner will make their home in Morgantown following a southern wedding trip. The former Miss Lohn is a graduate of Man High School, Southern Seminary Junior Col- ege in Buena Vista, Va., and completed her B. A. degree in early childhood education at St. Andrews Presbyterian College in Laurinburg, N.C. She is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Gilman of Man, the late Mrs. Donald Schellenbock of Mountain View, Calif., and the late Cmdr. George L. Lohn, formerly of Charleston. HER HUSBAND^was graduated from Morgantown High School and is majoring in business marketing at Fairmont State College. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Reiner and Mrs. Michael Alexander, all of Morgantown, and the late Mr. Alexander. His parents entertained at the rehearsal dinner in the Triadelphia C o u n t r y Club. Other prenuptial functions honoring the couple were given by Mrs. T. R. Williams, Mrs. Virgil Harless, Mrs. 0. A. Mitchem, Mrs. Robert Kerley, Mrs. Forest Cook, Mrs. C. F. Dixon, Mrs. T. L. Cuni, Mrs. Roy Letsinger, Mrs. Earte Queen, Mrs. Samuel Queen, Mrs. William Akers, Mrs. Ralph Cook, the Misses Beth and Sandy Cook, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Long, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Osenton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCane, Mrs. John White, Mrs. Louis Paluso, Miss Angeline White Mrs. Seldon G. Burgess, Mrs. Dalton E. Hensley, Mrs. ' James Hensley, Mrs. William Hensley, Mrs. J. Campbell ' Hunter and Mrs. Houston Jones. Valley Clubwomen List Activities MRS. R. J. REINER . former Pleasant Lohn Barbara Ann Gibson Becomes Bride Friday Married Friday evening in a double-ring ceremony at the Clendenin Advent Christian Church were Miss Barbara Ann Gibson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Gibson Jr. of Elkview, and Michael Ray Rucker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Rucker of Clendenin. The officiating ministers were the Rev. Robert Wilmoth of the Elmore Advent Chris- Roberts-Kee Marriage Performed in Mission Alice Jewell Kes. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brell Kee of Harmony, and Frederick A. Roberts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick C. Roberts of Beckley, were married Saturday evening at the Mountain Mission by the Rev. Charles Scragg. John Marshall, vocalist, was accompanied by Jack Pierce, pianist and organist, and the bride was given in marriage by her father. MRS. F. A. ROBERTS . . . Conner Alice Kee SHE WORE a long satin gown with a form-fitting bodice and full flared skirt. Back fullness extended into a train trimmed with two rows of lace at the bottom. She wore a full-length veil and carried a semi-crescent of majestic daj- sies and English ivy. Matron of honor was Mrs.- Jean Cooper and bridesmaids were Beverly Thomas and Debra Harper. Amy Cooper was the flowergirl. David Fox served as best man and ushers were Rolfe Warner and George Persinger. Jeffrey Boyd was ring- bearer. The Mountain Mission Annex was the setting for the reception. THE NEWLYWEDS are seniors at Morris Harvey College. She is majoring in music and voice and is a member of the band and choir, as well as the MENC. She is a vocalist with a local orchestra and will graduate in December with a B. A. degree. He is an instrumental music major, a member of the band and the MENC. He also will graduate in December with a B. A. degree. He has a junior high church choir in St. Albans. They will reside at IGOS'/z Clay Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Rucker are graduates of Herbert Hoover High School. She is employed at the Charleston Retail Credit Bureau and he is a junior at West Virginia State College where he is majoring in criminal justice and has been tapped for Alpha Kappa Mu national honor soc'ety. He is employed by the Kanawha Home for Children where he is a superviser. He also is director of music and youth adviser at the Weekley United Methodist Church. They will reside at 408 Tennessee Ave. The bride was honored with showers given by the Frame Advent Christian Church Ladies and Gladys Cavender and KaKhy Rucker. The Woman'* Department of the Sunday Ga* j.*tte-Mau would appreciate detail* of club meetings on post card* to be received prior to 7 p.m. Wednesday of each week. Today Kanawha Court *, Order of the Amaranth, 1 p.m , home of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Webb, Woodville, p i c n i c , bring family and picnic basket. Ladies Auxiliary 2MC, Veterans of World War 1,1:30 p.m., Lee Terrace, 1319 Lee St., social houf following busin- ness meeting with Barracks 2606, hostess Ida Parsons. Chareston Shrine 7, Order of the White Shrine of Jernsa lem. 2 p.m., Scottosh Rite Temple, practice meeting, officers required to attend. Charleston Shrine Patrol, 3:30. p.m., Scottish Rite .Temple, business meeting, all interested Shrine members. Dmbar Chapter 133, Order of Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Dunbar Masonic Temple, special installation of organist Mrs. Lovell W. Lanham, social hour to follow, Mrs. Forrest E. Trout hostess. Tuesday Meadowbrook Women's Golf Assn., 8:30 a.m. crier's tournament, Mrs. Donald Schafer, Mrs. Joe Miller and Mrs. Kenneth Giguere hostesses. Edgewood Country Club Ladles Day. 9 a..m tee off, Mrs. Edward Rugeley and Mrs. Marion Jarret hostesses. tions with Mrs. James Wildey, 3434754. . _. . Thursday Kan-Albai Ganten Club. 10 a.m., borne of Mrs. J. D. Hensoo, Hurricane, mini-walk and picnic. ' Mount Tyler Home Demons**- tratioti Club, 10 a.m., McKinnon Chapel, picnic at Camp Virgil Tate. Heritage Horn* Demonstration dub, 11 a.m., borne of Mrs. Mrs. John Hegedus, hosts. Salina Chapter 81, Order of Eastern star, Masonic Hall, Maiden, business meeting, Mrs. Grace Hickman social chairman. Friday -. . * Golden Age Club, 10 a.m., Salvation Army activities room, 301 Tennessee Ave., -games with prizes, door prize, business meeting, Mrs. Ova Trent devotions, bring sandwich, Monday Senior Adult Council, 11:30 a.m., Lee Terrace, election of officers, bring sandwich, dessert and drinks 'furnished. Union Mission Auxiliary, 2: p.m., Hilltop Home for the Elderly, 699 South Park Rd. Kanawha City Social and Civic League, 8 p.m., club house, 744Vz Victory Ave., Mrs. Kathryn Henderson and Miss Oretha Fountain hostesses. Tiskelwah Chapter 45. Order of. Eastern Star, 8 p.m. Scottish Rite Temple, study of constitution and by-laws by Earl Bird, Mrs. Helen Campbell, Mrs. Ann Michael and Mrs. Joy Harris hostesses. Lynn May Is Married To William Riley House Sleepy Hollow Women's Golf Assn., 9 a.m., guest day, Mrs. Al Weil and Mrs. Cliff Farley hostesses. Kanawha Country Club Women's Golf Assn., 9 a.m., · string tournament, Mrs. Walter Evans, Mrs. Donald Heywood and Mrs. Robert Hunt hostesses. West Virginia Society, Daughter of Founders and Patriots of America, noon, Daniel Boone Hotel, luncheon and reorganizational meeting, Mrs. George Charles Holle, national president, speaker; election and installation of state officers. Chelyan Chapter 101, Order of Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Masonic Hall, Chelyan, regular meeting, Daniel Scott in charge of social hour. Sandy Brae Ladies Golf Assn., back nine, two clubs plus putter, best score on No. 10 and highest score on No. 12. Wednesday Kanawha Country Club Bridge, 9:30 a.m., reservations with Mrs. Wilson Ashley, 864 Alta Rd. Berry Hills C o u n t r y Clnb Bridge, 9:45 a.m., reserva- St. Albans, picnic. Charleston Quota Club, 5:30 p.m., board meeting; 6:30 p.m., dinner, Daniel' Boone Hotel. Charleston Grandparent* cluo, 7:30 p.m., Daniel Boone Hotel, business meeting, Mr. and How Can I? Q. How can I renovate a worn or misshapen paint* brush? A. You can often work wonders just by trimming it back into shape. By holding a razor blade against a small pocket comb, and gently pushing the comb'through the bristles of the brush, you can remove stray hairs and perform a very neat job of trimming and reshaping. Q. How can I clean an oil painting? A. If your painting Is of any value, it's best to have it restored by a professional. However, if you want to try the job yourself, yon can dip absorbent cotton into turpentine or mineral spirits and rub very .lightly over the surface of the painting, then coat it with some special varnish obtainable at artists's supply stores. Women's Club, 11 a.m., coffee, noon luncheon, Rose City Cafeteria, Lee Street; Lucille Gillispie, Paul Zakaib, Dr. Charles Maddox, Al Carey, Hayward Hill and Bill Chambers to speak, reservations at 344-3446. Chitchat Club of St. Albans, 5 p.m., Villager Apartments, potluck dinner. .St. Albans Chapter 79, Order of. Eastern Star, 7:30 p.m., Masonic Temple, regular meeting. FOR YOUR WEDDING Our Stora Hoi Th» largest Selection of Colon Stylet inSo.W.Vq. JUST ARRIVED The New High Style WESTERN TUXEDO {New Ruffled Shiml J Available in 6 Colors , ADAMS (FORMAL WEAR RENTALS Mw F^MHC MMMtft T FMMlWMrSpKWfit .IHMcFirlMi-St. fd. 343-2151 Miss Casdorph Bride In Methodist Nuptial C e n t r a l United Methodist Church was the sc'.ting on Friday evening for the wedding and reception when Miss Barbara Lynn Casdorph became the hride of George Stephen Christo. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Casdorph · of Fifth Avenue and he is the son of Mrs. Ruby Christo of Indiana Avenue and the late Mr. George Christo. The Rev. William E. Albright, chaplain of Morris Harvey College, performed the candelight ceremony and traditional music was furnished by Miss Linda Shade and John Marshall. GIVEN IN marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length empire gown of imported white silk organza over bridcal pcau. designed with a high neckline, long pointed sleeves, sheer yoke embellished with pearl sprays, and banded at the waistline with satin rihbon ending in a front bow. Chantilly lace motifs were appliqued on the A-line skirt and chapel train, which were bordered with a wide scalloped band of the same lace. Her bouffant veil of imported silk illusion extended from a Juliet cap of Chanlilly lace and seed pearls. She carried her mother's Bible, showered with white sweetheart roses, marguerite daisies and baby's breath. Miss Linda Wines of Morgantown was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Barbara Hughes of Toms River, N.J., Janet Knudson. Joyce Lewis and Cheryl Casdorph, sister of the bride. ATTENDING* THF h-id?- groom were Abe Hudnall as best man, John Robertson, Robert Hays and the bride's brothers Danny and Bobby Casdorph, as ushers. Mr. and Mrs. Christo will reside at 2307 Washington St., E. folloxving a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C. MRS. M. R. RUCKER . . . jormer Barbara Gibson tian Church and the Rev. Eugene Garlow of the Weekly United Methodist Church. Virginia Shelton played the nuptial music. ESCORTED *BY* her father, the bride wore an empire floor-length gown of organza and Ven'se lace designed with a high ruffled neckline and long ruffled sleeves. The chapel train was appliqued with lace and her shoulder length veil was attached to a Venise lace headdress trimmed in seed pearls. She carried a Bible marked with lace and white c y m b i d i u m s with streamers, a gift from the bridegroom. Maid of honor was Vicky Good, cousin of the bride. Bridesmaids included Debbie Stump, Kathy Rucker, sisters of the bridegroom: and Brenda Gibson, sister of the bride. Brent Spradling of Crede was best man and ushers were Bill Gibson, Morgantown, brother of the bride; H. G. Young, Clendenin; and Edward Long, Elkview. A RECEPTION followed at the church, after which the couple left for a short wedd'ng trip to Ohio. Pair Wed 60 Years Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Pauley of Gordon Road will celebrate their 6(lth wedding anniversary Thursday. Married Aug. 10, 1912, Mrs. Pauley is the former Mary Eva Bumgarner of New Haven, Mason County. He is retired from the real estate business. They have lived in the Charleston area for 60 years. The F i r s t Presbyterian Church in St. Albans was the setting for the wedding and reception when Miss Theressa Lynn May, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Haven L. May, became the bride of William Riley House, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland House, all of St. Albans. The Rev. Robert Burnett performed the ceremony on Friday following a program of nuptial music by the organist, Pamela May, and the bride was given in marriage by her father. HER EMPIRE gown of silk organza had a high Victorian neckline, sheer bodice, full bishop sleeves and a full- length train extending from the back yoke. Lace daisies were appliqued on the bodice skirt front and formed a border at the hemline. A headdress of Venise lace am pearls held her elbow-length veil of silk illusion, and she carried a cascade of white chrysanthemums. Cherry May served as maid of honor for her sister anc bridesmaids were Marisue MRS. W. R. HOUSE . . . former Lynn May Weber of St. Albans and Evelyn Garrett of Dunbar. Steve Ferrell was best man and ushers were David House, David Erwin, Hal Turley and the MRS. G. S. CHRISTO . . . former Barbara Casdorph A teacher in the Kanawha County Schools, the former Miss Casdorph is a graduate of Stonewall Jackson High School and Morris Harvey College, where she majored in history, was president of Gamma Delta Phi social sorority and a member of the philharmonic choir. A granddaughter of Mrs. Gladys Kale and Mrs. Sylvia Casdorph, both of Charleston, she is doing graduate work at Marshall University and West Virginia University. HER lit BAM), who i employed by the West Virginia Library Commission in the Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, was graduated from the same high school. A grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Chrislo of Charleston and Mrs, Nancy Riser of Kentuck, he is a senior mathematics and business administration major at Morris Harvey College, where he is a mem- !»r of Sigma Phi Epsilon social fraternity. Fifth Avtnut HOUSE HUNTINGTON, W. VA. HOURS WED MOM., TUBS.. THURS. 11 A.M. TO 10P.M. FRI.'SAT. 11 A.M. TO 11 P.M. CLOSED SUNDAY PHONE 523-4186 Italian Spaghetti SPAGHETTI DINNER with Meat Sauce l 95 RAVIOtl DINNER with Meat Sauce ; .'.'.".' 2.25 Includes: Salad and Drinli...Ry» French Bread FILET MIGNON, Wrapped with Bacon 425 T-BONE STEAK, (16 oz.) U.S. Prime 4.25 GOLDEN FRIED SHRIMP, Tcrtar Sauce 3.25 HOME BAKED HAM, Hawaiian Pineapple Ring ...... 225 FILLET OF WHITE FISH, Tartar Sauce 2 25 GRILLED CUBE STEAK {.95 ENTREE INCLUDES SAI.AO, VEGETABLE, s. DRINK Children's Portions Available bride's brother, Jeff May. + * * GRADUATES OF St. Albans High School, Mr. and Mrs. House will reside at 650-A Fourth St., St. Albans, following a wedding trip to Hawks Nest. She attended Marshall University and is employed by the Department of 'Welfare. He is a junior special education major at M. U., being a member of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. His parents were hosts for the rehearsal dinner at Wren's Nest. The bride was honored at showers given by Mrs. Robert Orders, Miss Kathy Orders, 'Mrs. Rachel House and Mrs. Ford McCormick, and at a luncheon hosted by her aunts, Miss Bess May and Mrs. Vera Krebs. WIGS DESIGNED FOR THE BLACK LADY WHAT'S HAPPENING Brown Skin ionoo Curly "Capless" JV TOGETHER Brown Skin toe 00 Page Boy "Capless" WITH-IT Brown Skin Fluff t o 708 "Cipless" * 7 7 '27° ANNEDIE DISTRIBUTORS (one block cut tl Suthtri Kitchen Restmint) 5402 MacCORKLE AVE., S. E. KANAWHA CITY 925-4081 · WHITE BROWN BUILDING, LOGAN, W. 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