Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 27, 1975 · Page 35
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 35

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 27, 1975
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-July 27,1975 Engagements Are Made Known Costa-Burton WEST BABYLON, N.Y.-Mr. and Mrs. William Costa of West Babylon are announcing the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Gail, to John Burton, son of Mrs. Ralph Burton of Charleston, W. Va., and the late Mr. Burton. The wedding will take place on Aug. 9 here. Miss Costa has a degree hi physical education from Morris Harvey College, where her fiance is a student. He is employed by the Kroger Co. Gullian-Hatfield Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gullian of 1602Vz Bigley Ave., are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Jean Ann, to Paul Del Hatfield. sec of the Rev. and Mrs. Herbert Hatfield of 1505 Bigley Ave. The wedding will take place on Nov. 28 in the Mount Calvary Baptist Church. Miss Gullian and her fiance are graduates of Stonewall Jackson High School. She is employed by Stone and Thomas and he is an employe of Sears, Roebuck and Co. He will enter West Virginia State College in the fall. Pack-Haddad Mr. and Mrs. Sidney G. Pack of Charleston are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Theresa Ann, to Rodwin S. Haddad, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Haddad of St. Albans. Plans are being made for a December wedding. Miss Pack is a graduate of Stonewall Jackson High School. She will enter West Virginia Institute of Technology in the fall. Her fiance graduated from West Virginia Wesleyan College. He is associated with his father and brother in the operation of Haddad's of Spring Hill. Sanders-Bowser Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Sanders of Nitro are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Annette Hope, to Paul R. Bowser, son of Mrs. Barbara W. Bowser of. Troy, N.Y. Wedding plans are incom- 'plete. Miss Sanders is a graduate of the Charleston General Hospital School of Nursing. She is a Nurse Corps officer in the Navy. Her fiance has bachelors and masters degrees and is working toward a Ph.D. at Auburn University. He completed a three- year tour of duty with the Navy. Smith-Coon WATERBURY. Coan.-St. Margaret Church here will be the setting on Or.. £· for the marriage of Miss Ann McCkLauid Smith to Steven Elliot Coon, son of Mr and Mrs. George M. Coon of Essex, Conn . formerly of Shaker Heights. Chro. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Smith of Waterbury. her mother being the former Betty Grant Copenhaver of Charleston, W. Va." The future bride is a graduate of St. Margaret-McTernan School in Waterbury. and in May completed her B.A. degree in English from Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Her fiance, a graduate of Hawken School in Ohio and of Ohio State University, is district sales representative for the Weyerhaeuser Co. in the Albany, N.Y.. area. Inside Fashion Fun Furs Forgotten Designer'* Touch Be 'Cafe Society' at Home By Connie Shearer Coziness can be a keyword when deco- that coziness is often what we look for in a restaurant. You can dine in cozy fashion at home if rating. And we've known for a long time you have a tiny table for two. / - . . _ _ 7 _ i The Spirited Needlecraft . You can use your tiny "cafe society" table-and-two-chairs arrangement in almost any room in the house. And the three piece ensemble can be had (usually found in the outdoors furniture department) in most any style or color to suit your surround- ln6S By Eugenia Sheppard NEW YORK-Whoever said that furs should be fun? The joke is over this year, at any rate. The new furs are serious business. They are simple with no tricks and the skins make a point of quality instead of style. Like diamonds, they look like good investments. In Maximilian's capsule collection, many of the precious furs, like jewels, are encased in quilted silk covers. For evening, chinchilla and white mink can be worn with or without quilted white satin overjackets. For daytime minks, sables and fishers, the slipcovers are made of darker, less glamorous fabrics. Maximilian brings back guanaco, an old ' favorite, as an exciting fur for sports. 501 ·501 - SASH THIS JACKET over skirts, 'pants and go, go, go. Crochet it in easy 'single-and-double crochet joined with ^contrast edging on seams and front. - ; Use knitting worsted. Directions for 1-sizes 8-18; 38-40 included. · 868 - RIPPLES OF COLOR! Decorate *sofa, bed with vivid 12-inch round and ,* 17-inch square pillows in popular rip- · pie-stitch variation. Crochet the pair of · rug yarn in several colors. Clever gifts! ·Directions. '· $100 for each patttenx -- add 25 cents *each pattern for First-Class Mail and 'Special Handling. Send to LAURA 'WHEELER, Sunday Gazette-Mail 32, · Needlecraft Dept., Box 161, Old Chel;sea Station, New York, N.Y. 10011. .·Print Pattern Number, Name, Ad\ dress, Zip. The source of inspiration -- our new 1975 Needlecraft Catalog! 180 designs, 3 printed inside. Send 75$ now. New! Nifty Fifty Quilts $1.00 New! Ripple Crochet $1.00 Sew + Knit Book $1.25 .Needlepoint Book $1-00 Flower Crochet Book $1.00 Hairpin Crochet Book $1.00 Instant Crochet Book $l!oo Instant Money Book $1.00 Instant Macrame Book $1.00 Complete Gift Book $1.00 Complete Afghans #14 $1.00 12 Prize Afghans # 12 50? Book of 16 Quilts #1 50$ Museum Quilt Book #2 50$ 12 Quilts for Today #3 50$ Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs -50$ A CHARLESTON furniture store where we shopped recently is showing a little round lime green wrought iron table with matching chairs and upholstered seats. You might prefer a square game table with four matching chairs. It can easily be converted to a table for two if you get out a- tablecloth and a candle. And, of course, your best silver and china are in order when you're serving a special dinner for two. A little round table and chairs can be as. at home, in the living room with a decorator to-the-floor tablecloth as in the bedroom with a coffee service on top. A corner in the recreation room or den can also be the setting if you have a game table. AND, OF COURSE, a little table with chairs is always in order in the kitchen. There it can serve as the basis for the kaf- feeklatsch every morning. The wipe-it-clean plastic table and chair set shown in the photograph is from the Life Styles collection by Syroco. The "bistro set" is white and has found a perfect setting in a room with blue walls and a nice open window with blue and white stripe shades. The neat round pedestal table and matching chairs are lightweight, heavy- duty plastic, which is heat and chip resistant. The chairs are curved for comfort, but royal blue cushions could add color and additional ease. THERE IS lots of sealskin in the collection, looking newest when it is dyed a velvety black or used natural and shiny, like the overcoats the old tycoons and their chauffeurs used to wear. Cuffs come back in the collection, at least on the sleek furs like the Swakara broadtails. . Ben Thylan Furs is an enterprise shared by 11. well-known furriers who divide the cost of the workrooms and share the profits. This season the firm has prided itself on .showing the world's most expensive sable coat. Made of skins for which Leo Ritter paid $715 each in Russia, it carried a price tag · of $110,000 and has just been bought by a Middle Eastern woman. A SECOND coat, though, of skins almost as rare, is still available for $60,000. It is unpretentiously slim and simple, though not skinny as a little coat of natural ranch mink that costs less than a third as much. Getting down to even more everyday prices, Thylan is proud of a sports coat made of Canadian coyote. The look is first cousin to fox but sturdier and less fluffy. Some of the other interesting items: An evening shawl of three chiffon layers, banded with Russian sable for $5500. A 24-hour natural Russian broadtail. A topcoat of female mink used with the hair brushed up and a taffeta bow at the neckline. And any number of fur-lined .raincoats. The white silk poplin with a quilted inside and just a facing of sable has been the big favorite with the women so far. Come In or Call Boll Rental For Your WHEEL CHAIR RENTALS and SALES! Mobility Makes the Patient More Independent! There's nothing like mobility for those recuperating from broken bones or crippling injuries and unable to walk. It makes getting around the house easier and makes them less dependent on the help of others. Boll Rental has one of the largest varieties of Wheel chairs to choose from in the State. Whatever type you may need, we have it and can equip it to your particular needs. Come in today, or aive us a call. WHEEL CHAIRS We Have the Largest Stock of NEW Wheel Chairs in West Virginia! Prcsc riptio* Chairs, Such M: · Electrics · Rectaiit · One-Am Drive · Amputee Chaks · With Rera«»kle Arms, etc CALL 342-3431 WE DELIVER FREE PARKING AT OUR DOOR WE RENT OR SELL! COMPLETE LINE OF SICKROOM SUPPLIES! ONLY COMPLETE SICKROOM SERVICE IN XANAWHA VALLEY ·Over-bed Tables · Bedside Commodes · Bed Pans · Hydraulic Lifts · Aluminum Walkerettes (adjustable) · Crutches · Urinals · Toilet Frames · Bath Tub ::::!.*, Seats · Sitz Baths · DecubitusPads · Hospital Beds (ASK US ABOUT MEDICARE!) BOLL RENTAL SERVICE 717 BIGLEY AVE. PHONE 342-3431 Add to Your Fur Collection This Fall Evening Shawl Banded in Russian Sable (left) and Canadian Coyote Sportcoat, Both by Ben Thylan; Russian Sable Coat Slipcovered in Satin by Maximilian, and Coat in Ranch Mink by Ben Thylan. Portrait Use Want Ads. Dial 348-4848 OPEN MM. 'Til 8 ML CLOSEOUT SALE UP TO 70% OIF AT BLVD. STORE · Candles · Decorator Ribbon i Permanent Flowers · Permanent Fruits · Permanent Nuts · Gift Containers SOME ITEMS AS LOW AS 5 , MONDAY.JM THE VERY BEST IN STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHY BY PROFESSIONALS 8x10 NATURAL LIVING COLOR PORTRAIT 97 C Tai Handling) A REGULAR S 20°° VALUE Suzuki Cycfa CENTER SINCE 1864 INC. GARDEN CENTER PHONE 343-4431 Power Equip! CENTER ON OUR EXCITING SUMMER FASHIONS · BLOUSES T SHIRTS SLACKS... DRESS AND MKER QUARRIES AND HALE 344-442! MASTER CHARGE I BAKAMERKARDII · K5S\8Se *1 fi W wacoME II PANT SUII o.... 10 OPEN IWI. 71! XUP OFFER GOOD ONE WEEK ONLV-July 28-Aug. 2nd Groups: $2.00 each for second and third person and $1.00 each over 3 persons. Minors must be accompanied by mother or father; only one advertising offer per subject per family every 3 months. HOURS Monday-Wednesday-Thursday 11 A. M. to 8 P. M. Friday and Saturday 9:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. CLOSED ON TUESDAY This is a Professional Portrait, "There is a difference."' OLAN MILLS STUDIO 907 QUARRIER ST.--Please Phone for Appointment--PHONE 343-6861 ·«

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