Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 27, 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 27, 1975
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JC -July 27,1975 Club Women Schedule Meetings Cfct* maut be Mttauttad «*· fott to the Womet't Defurtmxmt of tie GmeUie fcy 4 f-m. Enter Golden Years Open house will be observed from 2 to 4 p.m. today as Mr. and Mrs. Clifton J. Hall celebrate their golden wedding anniversary in their home at Nellis. Married May 18,1925 in Catlettsburg, Ky., by the Rev. A.D. Burgess, she is the former Grace E. Atkins, and he is retired as an engineer with Owens- wens Gas Co. after many service. They are parents of eight children, seven of whom are living and will serve as hosts for the reception. They include Russell of Belle; Sherman of Gig Harbor, Wash.; Lea of Fairborn, Ohio; Ada Gillenwater of South Charleston; Shirley of Tarnpa, Fla.; Alice Faye of Abingdon, Va.; and Gale of Nellis. Mr. and Mrs. Hall also have 15 grandchildren and two step-great- grandchildren. South Chirkstm Setiw Citii«K CUb, 12:30 p.m., YMCA, 6H Chestnut St., games with prizes, bring sandwich, guilds of Blessed Sacrament Church to furnish other refreshments. NatioiaJ Secretaries AIUL, 6 p.m., Southern Kitchen. Dtubar Tops (Tike Off Pouds SeasiMy) Club, 6:30 p.m., Humphreys Memorial United Methodist Church, 14th Street and Grosscup Avenue, Dunbar, visitors welcome, call 768-3360 for information. Constance Temple 1C, Pythian Sisters, 8 p.m., Castle Hall, 211 Tennessee Ave. Tuesday Kanawha Country Club Womeni Golf, 9 a.m., low net on back nine, hostesses Mrs. Alex Gettman, Mrs. John Kemmerer and Mrs. James Rector. Edgewood Ladies Golf Assn., 9 a.m., throw out three highest holes, hostesses Mrs. Isabelle Miller and Mrs. Joanne Peyton. Sleepy Hollow Women's Golf Assn., tee- off 9 a.m., most fives, Lynn Tracy and Maggie McCarty hostesses. WCB Club, 6 p.m., picnic, Dunbar City Park. Berry Hills Ladies Golf, most fives, hostesses Mrs. Charles Anderson and Mrs. Stanley Eastman. Wednesday Kanawha Country Club Bridge, 9:30 a.m., reservations with Mrs. M.R. Hamill, 1350 Morningside Dr. Meadowbrook Women's Bridge Assn., 9 a.m., business meeting, 9:30 a.m., bridge, for reservations call 744-0181. Berry Hills Bridge, 9:45 a.m., reservations by noon Monday with Mrs. Leland Anderson, 342-3676 or Mrs. Milton Moorhead, 343-1040. Kanawha County Home Economics Advisory Council, 10 a.m., Appalachian Building, third floor, public invited. Friday Golden Age Club of the Salvation Army, 10 a.m., 301 Tennessee Ave., games with prizes, door prize, 11 a.m., business meeting, devotions, bring reading and sandwich, coffee furnished. Dubar Seumr CitiMts, 12:30 p.m., Myers Avenue Apartments, 1225 Myers Ave., Dunbar, games and prizes, bring sandwich, coffee furnished. ChuiestM Tops (Takt 00 Pw^t SeMl- bly) CWb, 6:30 p.m.. Baptist Temple. those interested in losing weigfei welcome. Nitre Chapter 153, Orier *f Earien SUr, 7:30 p.m.. Masonic Temple, 19th Street, membership night, social hour. £i SUm SMMte ifl «f NwBMb, 7:30 pan.. Castle Hail, 211 Tennessee Ave. Sttarfejr Kttawha Valley Chapter, tX*|Mm »i the AflMxfeM Btwtate, 10:30 a.m. home of Mrs. J.W. Hate, 2HO Oakridge Dr., covered-dish picnic. G m Meriay am* Friday ht Until ·· 214 CAPITOL STREET Daisy Mae lcP«re Enbees Deg Day M«sc«t I MONDAY, JULY 28 \)QG | SOME SIJPER SPECIAL BUYS! |Betty Jane Petry Is Bride {Of Fred Melvin Saturday Women Slate X Miss Betty Jane Petry, daughter of Mr. vand Mrs. Ernest L. Petry of Ronda, be^came the bride of Fred L. Melvin Jr., son r,-of Mrs. Garnet L. Melvin of Handley and i'the late Mr. Fred L. Melvin, at 7 p.m. on * Saturday in the Miami Church of the Naza';'. rene. C: The Rev. John Herrald Jr. officiated and ·*r music was provided by Mrs. Jane Farmer. ^ The bride was given in marriage by her -^father. Mrs. Kathleen Browning of Beck,*ley was matron of honor for her niece and ^bridesmaids were Miss Sahron Atkins of |Marmet, Mrs. Yvonne Payne of Charles- iton, cousin of the bride, and Mrs. Ernes^tine McCoy of Ronda, the bride's sister. v£arnet Elaine Burgess of Handley, the ^bridegroom's niece, and Marty Browning *of Beckley, cousin of the bride, wereflow- j*ergirl and ringbearer. ~- * * * \ LEE RILEY MELVIN of Handley was Jbest man for his brother. Ushers were |Darrell Brown of South Charleston, Wil- ^liam Jacobs of Handley and Simon Petry vtof Rnnda, brother of the bride. ·r A reception was held on the lawn at the *-home of the bride's parents. ·Z Mr. and Mrs. Melvin graduated from Easy, Easy, Easy PRINTED PATTERN 4536 SIZES 34-48 Rush Party A Mexican theme is planned for a rush party, set for 7:30 p.m. Monday at the home of Mrs. Pat Hardman, 4208 Winterberry Lane by Alpha Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority. The affair is open to all chapter members and prospective pledges. MRS. F. L. MELVIN JR. .. .former Betty Jane Petry East Bank High School. She graduated from Center College and is a former em- ploye of Thomas H. Greene, DMD. He is employed by Bridgeport Brass in Indianapolis, Ind. OSBORNE'S of Kanawha City Would Like To Welcome DIANE WEIKLE Diane is joining our staff of experienced beauticians. She invites all of her friends and patrons to visit her at Qsbornes. 30841$tST.S.E. 925-4734 summer fashions.. it's ti me for us to clear the way for fresh fall merchandise... Comfortable flare dress. Printed Pattern 4536: Women's Sizes are 34 (38-inch bust with 40-inch hip); 36 (40 bust. 42hip); 38 (42 bust, 44 hip): 40 (44 bust. 46 his); 42 (46 bust. 48 hip); 44 (48bust. 50hip); 46 (50 bust. 52hip): 48 (52 bust. 54 hip). Send $1.00 for each pattern. Add 25c for each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Anne Adams. Sunday Gazette-Mail. 30. Pattern Dept.. 243 West 17th St., New York, N.Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP. SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. It pays to sew -- you save so much money! Send now for New Spring-Summer Pattern Catalog! Over 100 partners, pants, long, short styles. Free pattern coupone. 75c Sew + KNTT Book $1.25 Instant Money Crafts $1.00 Instant Sewing Book $1.90 Instant Fashion Book $1.00 50% savings on sportswear, dresses, formals, lingerie, suits and pantsuits... a few accessories still on sale... ^Misses Tank Tops ... Reg. 8 ... 2.00 | Gloves Values to 11 · · · 50 X' · ·***· | Misses Blouses. . . Values to 15... 3.00 | Misses Dresses Reg. 30. . . 8.001 |Junior Tops Values to20. . . 2.00 | Jr. Dresses. Reg. 25.. .5.00| ^Junior Shorts Values to 1 0 . . . 3.99 | Spring Coots Reg.50. . . 10.001 I SAVE ON THESE ONCE IN A LIFETIME VALUES! | :·:·: 1 I £ I ALL SUMMER FASHIONS! 50% 0 off and more! y~~^---- FOUNDATIONS-DAYWEAR | ACCESSORIES Values to 8. Street Floor Leather HANDBAGS Values to 13. Street Floor Beautiful Group JEWELRY 10. Values to 35. European Designs Street Floor Values to 10. Latest Fashion Creations Street Floor. Summer HANDBAGS 4. J7. Values to 20. 'Vinyls, Straws, Canvas Street Floor Spring and Summer SHOES One Group! SANDALS and 1. W 5 Values to 42. 1 Misses | CO-ORDINATED I SPORTSWEAR $ * O 1 * I | t f » T O l t f « I I Va/ues to 36^ f | Choose from large selection | I Third-Floor 8 Summer MISSES \PANTS 5. Values to 16. Terrific Selection! ; Third Floor Street Floor WSmi®8^ Junior 1 CO-ORDINATED SPORTSWEAR Values to 36. Smart Fashion Go-Togethers Second Floor %88m^ 8 1 n % % ** ,v V. All Junior SWIMSUITS 8.99 Values to 19. Newest Style and Color Second Floor ·?J s ;; X- 1 Nylon JACKETS 1/2 PRICE Perfect for School! Second Floor All TENNIS FASHIONS Values to 30. Dresses, Shorts* Tops Second Floor «%*$-«%^^ 8 S I Girls I DRESSES I SPORTSWEAR I SLEEPWEAR s I lee street of hale » 2.3. 6.12. Values to 30. Fourth Floor I Junior, Misses, and Half Size j SUMMER DRESSES i 10.15.20. I Values to 60. | Second and Third Floors .| _ _ .,..,._.__., J Footwear by PAPPAOALIO Second floor Values to 33. Ymsmm f //ffffi7#fflmm^ ' T ·-.- ." . |

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