Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 27, 1975 · Page 30
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July 27, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 30

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4C -July27, Shums 'II Bir Celebrates Fiftieth Anniversary Here I LOVE ME IN CORDUROY SEPARATES BY WHITE STAG! Five decades of charity and chic work Aill be recognized when Shums 'II Bir, an organization for young women of Syrian- Lebanese descent, celebrates its 50th anniversary with a round of social events next weekend. ''. An opening night party is planned for 8 pr.m. Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Haddy, 803 late Dr. Activities for Saturday will include a family picnic from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Area I of Coonskin Park, with refreshments to be served from noon to 1 p.m.; and a cocktail party beginning at 8:30 p.m. at the Meadowbrook Recreation Club. * » » EVENTS NEXT Sunday begin with a divine liturgy at 11 a.m. at St. George Orthodox Church, where a memorial service will be conducted for the late Archbishop Victor Abouassaley, founder of the organization. '[Aug. 3 Reception Planned - Sharon United Methodist Church -at Sharon on Cabin Creek will be "the setting from 3 to 6 p.m. on Aug. 3. for an open reception honoring ·Mr. and Mrs. Tidevil Williams of Sharon as they celebrate their gold- 'en wedding anniversary. Married Sept. 12,1925 at Sharon, she is the -former Minnie Totten, and he is a Retired miner, having worked last for Oglebay Norton Coal Co. at Kayford. Hosts for the reception will be their five children. Robert of Danville; Kenneth of Bellaire, Ohio; Ronald of Dallas, Tex.; Glenn of Sharon; and Mrs. Paul (Charlotte) Warner of Nitro. Mr. and Mrs. Williams also have nine grandchildren. Martha Susan Morton Wed To Nicholas James Cook BRIDGEPORT - The Simpson Creek Baptist Church here was the setting Saturday for the marriage of Miss Martha Susan Morton,, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Earl Morton Jr. of Bridgeport, and Nicholas James Cook, son of Mrs. Walter E. Cook of Uniontown, Pa., and the late Mr. Cook. The Rev. William C. Taylor of Ceredo MRS. N.J. COOK . . former Susan Morton officiated and music was furnished by Mrs. George Cleghorn, organist. Kevin Dove, pianist, and Sharon Dove, soloist. The bride was escorted by her father and a reception followed at the church, after which the couple left for a honeymoon in Cape Cod. * * * MAID OF honor was Anne Morton, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Michael Taylor, another sister, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Nedra Fleming and Cathy Mams, and Jan Elaine Miller, cousin of the bride, was the flowergirl. Fred Tuning was best man and ushers included Walter Cook and Richard Cook, brothers of the bridegroom, Vincent Tucceri and William Constantine. The couple will reside at 226 Grandview . Ave., Morgantown. SHE GRADUATED from Bridgeport High School and is a magna cum laude graduate of West Virginia University where she belonged to Li-Toon-Awa, Chimes and Mortar Board scholastic hon- oraries and Alpha Phi social-fraternities. She is employed by the Monongalia County School System. The bridegroom is a graduate of Laurel Highlands High School and he also is a magna cum laude graduate of WVU, belonging to Sphinx and Mountain and serving as president of Sigma Chi Fraternity. He is a second year law student at WVU. There will be a happy hour the same day from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the 1791 Tavern of the Daniel Boone Hotel, followed by a banquet at 6:30 p.m. in the hotel's Mirror Room. And, there will be a dance that night from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. featuring the music of the Don Boyd Orchestra. The club was the inspiration of late Archbishop Victor, who gave it its name, which means "the sun of benevolence." It was his desire that the group raise funds for the construction of an altar at the St. George Orthodox Church here, a dream that the club fulfilled in 1938, when the altar was formally dedicated. In the 40s, the club projects included the publishing of a monthly newspaper which was sent to service men and women during World War II and events called "Labor Day Affairs, "initiated in 1942 and including such events as a dance, memorial services, a luncheon and a continental revue. * * * . THE GROUP is particularly proud of the Syrian-Lebanese dinner which was held in 1967 as a benefit for the Charleston General-Marmet Rehabilitation Hospital. Proceeds from the dinner furnished a three bedroom suite. The club also has donated to relief and flood funds, eye clinics and mentally retarded clinics over the years. Funds from various projects furnished a room in the new wing of St. Francis Hospital, and a luncheon and style show in 1974 helped in the purchase of a dialysis machine at the Charleston Area Medical Center. A speghetti dinner was held to complete payment on the machine. In 1966, the club published its first "Syrian-Lebanese Cookbook," which is now in its third printing. The anniversary celebration will attract members-at-large from Canada, California, Florida, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York, Arizona, Massachu- · setts, Ohio, New Jersey and others parts of West Virginia. To commemorate the event, a baptismal font has been dedicated in memory of the late Archbiship Victor at St. Andrew's Orthodox Church, Aitha II Fakar, Lebanon, the village of his birth. ITALIAN PASTA SALAD Prepare 1 package (8 ounces) chicken flavored rice and vermicelli mix as directed. Stir in % cup sliced scallions. ¥4 cup oil and vinegar dressing, 1 teaspoon Italian seasoning and dash of salt. Chill. Fold in Vs cup chopped cucumber and 1/3 cup grated carrot. Halve 4 tomatoes; scoop out pulp. Add diced pulp to salad. Sprinkle tomaties with seasoned salt and ground black pepper; top with rice salad. Yield: 8 portions. * * * » LOBSTER SALAD-IN-THE-SHELL Cook 4 (4 to 5 ounces each- South African rock lobster tails. Strip off underside membranes; remove meat, cut in 1-inch pieces, pile back into shells. Chill. Mix 3 tablespoons oil. 1 tablespoon herb vinegar, 1 teaspoon paprika and Vi teaspoon each onion powder, dry mustard and salt. Pour dressing'over each filled shell. Yield: 4 portions. With cool weather action just around the corner, White Stag has coordinated a super new wardrobe to anticipate your sportswear needs. Rover corduroy Trevira polyester and cotton in pretty shades of Logan Green, Copper and Pongee. Just the right mix and match mates to keep you looking your best through fall and winter. I love me in corduroy separates by White Stag ... and you'll love me in them, too! Misses sizes. A. This long sleeve turtleneck sweater of 100% polyester interlock looks good with skirts as well as pants. Sizes S-M-L 10.00 B. Long sleeve jacket with 2 pockets, button front and belted waist.... 40.00 C. 'Rover slacks with flare legs and zip front closing. Great with vour favorite turtle or blouse.... 20.00 D. 100% polyester crepe printed blouse featuring long sleeves, yoke front and button cuff. Multi color. 19.00 E. Good lookin' belted trousers with pockets and a sure fit belted waist. Slightly flared legs 25.00 SPORTSWEAR--Second Floor CHARLESTON BEAUTY ACADEMY 711V2NKST. PHONE 346-9603 OPEH8T04TUES. THRU SIT, ENROLL * 1 " ow Tuition F * r A Lifetime Career! UAtll ^ Nationally Accredited! NUn .· Good Student Loan Available! IP YOU ENROLL START BEFORE JULY 27TH, YOU WILL RECEIVE 50% OFF OM TUITION... ffYOUBKHK IHTHKAD! Two Betrothals Made Known Durett-Turley The engagement of Miss Pamela Ann Durett to Mark Hobart Turley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hallie L. Turley of St. Albans? has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James L. Durrett, also of St. Albans. Wedding plans are incomplete. ' Miss Durrett will graduate in May from West Virginia Institute of Technology's school of nursing. Her fiance attended West Virginia Tech and is a student now at West Virginia State College, majoring in architectural drafting. He is employed at Architectural Products Inc. "' Mitchem-Lamm In an open-church ceremony at 7 p.m. on Aug. 16 in St. John's United Methodist Church at Rand, Miss Patricia Alicia Mitchem. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George S. Mitchem of Chesapeake, will become the bride of David William Lamm. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alton W. Lamm of Rand. - Miss Mitchem is a graduate of East Bank High School. She is employed at the Kanawha County Courthouse. Her fiance is a graduate of DuPont High School and is an accounting major at West Tirgnia Institute of Technology. He is employed by the Kroger Co, one outstanding group DRESSES and SUN BACKS Regular $ 25 to $ 50 12. s »16. wonderful buys for Dog Days. Only. Come Early for best selection! 19 All Weather COATS GOCocktaUsFormals 52 Pants Suits ALL REMAINING DRESSES 0% * 60% OFF they won't stay here long at these prices! 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