Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 20, 1976 · Page 37
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 37

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 20, 1976
Page 37
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14C -June 20, 1976 Sunday Gazette-Mail Chwlesttm, WeH Virginia Married 60 Years Celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary with an open house frorn 2 to 4 p.m. June 27 at the Rock Branch Church of God activity building will be Mr. and Mrs. McKinley Jordan of were married on July 2,1916, by the late Leff Workman. He is a retired American Viscose Corp. employe. She is the former Alma Sigman. Their children are Dewey of Clevel a n d , O h i o ; E d w a r d of Cross Lanes; Ray of Nitro; Haskell of St. Albans; Mrs. Delphia Scarberry of Cincinnati, and Mrs. Orvie Stewart of Rock Branch. They request no gifts. Connie Armstead Marries Dale McMillion Saturday Married Saturday in in the Hurricane Baptist'Church at Clio by the Rev. Ray Harris were Connie Armstead, daughter 1 of Mr. and Mrs. John Ray Armstead of Clio, and Dale McMillion, son of Mrs. Grace McMillion of Lotis Drive and the late Mr. Harley McMillion. Linda Armstead, soloist, Lisa Jones and Wayne Strickland furnished the nuptial music and the bride was given in marriage by her father. Linda Armstead was her sister's maid of honor and bridesmaids were Kim McMillion and Sharon Breeden, sisters of the bridegroom. Lora Taylor was junor bridesmaid and Christina Breeden was the flowergirl. * * * BEST MAN was Gary Breeden, brother- in-law of the bridegroom. Ushers were Allen Armstead, brother of the bride, and Kyle Watson, cousin of the bridegroom. Mark Taylor was the ringbearer. After a reception at the church, the couple left for a trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C. They will reside at Rt. 5, Box 256, Charleston. She is a graduate of Walton High School and has an associate in science degree in secretarial studies from West Virginia Institute of Technology. She is an accountant Christina Louise Castleberry, William Anthony Bennett Wed Miss Christina Louise Castleberry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William T. Castleberry, and William Anthony Bennett, son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Bennett, MRS. W.A. BENNETT . .. former Chriitiana Louise Castleberry all of South Charleston, were married at 2 p.m. Saturday in the First United Methodist Church. The Rev. Claude Collins officiated. Music was provided by Mrs. Thelma Castleberry. grandmother of the bride, Cathy Hatcher, and Mr. and Mrs. Lyn Wheatcraft. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Nickie Vickers, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Jeannie Abbott, Suetta Atkinson. Debbie Hannah and Mrs. Gwen Shelton were bridesmaids. Anna Marie Zain was flowergirl. Roger Lee Bennett was his brother's best man. Eric D. Fitzer, David M. Henderson. Charles Mishner. Thomas R. Pridemore and William Michael Scott served as ushers. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip at the Mont Chateau Lodge. They will reside at 5015 Kingswood Dr. in South Charleston. Mrs. Bennett, a graduate of South Charleston High School, attended West Virginia State .College, and is employed by the Charleston Medical Center. Her husband, also a South Charleston graduate, is presently attending West Virginia State. He is employed by Frankenberger's. Rita Anderson Wed on Saturday *'·;?' Week's Activities Listed itemt for the Sunday Caiette- Mail Club Calendar mutt be tub milted on poit cardt to the Woman's Department of the Caiette prior to 4 p.m. Wednesday. Monday Kanawha County Extension Homemakers Council, 10 a.m., Appalachian Building, 301 Virginia St., E., reorganization, election and business meeting. LaLeche League of Hurricane, 7:30 p.m., home of Mrs. Bill Morell, 103 Green Dr., . Hurricane, 562-6664, all women interested in breastfeeding invited. Tlskelwah Chapter 45, Order of Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Scottish Rite Temple, installation, hostesses Evelyn Herndon, Elsie Sayer, Janet Jacovitch and Alice Frame. Tuesday Edgewood Ladles Golf Assn., 9 a.m., low putt on blind hold, hostesses Mrs. James Moorehead and Mrs. Gwinn St. Clair. Sleepy Hollow Women Golf, 9 a.m., low net; hostess Cathy Payne. Meadowbrook Women's Golf, 9 to 9:30 Hints for Food Frozen Savings Does your retailer offer special lower prices on 3 or 5-pound packages of ground beef? If so, take advantage of these good buys for future use. It is best to divide your purchase into meal-size portions before freezing. Package ground beef in amounts for loaves or other entrees or shape into patties for burgers. Separate individual patties with freezer wrap for quick defrosting. After wraping securely, freeze at o°F. or lower. Ground beef can be stored in the freezer 3 to 4 months. Let Them Eat Liver Panfried liver slices are not only quick and tasty, but they have yet another plus factor--they're nutrient-packed. Liver is an excellent source of minerals (especially iron) and of vitamins (especially vi- tamin'A, niacin, riboflavin and thiamin). MRS. DALE McMILLION ... former Connie Arntftend for the Kanawha County Board of Education. Her husband graduated from Sissonville High School and Benjamin Franklin Technical Center with a degree in printing. He is a printing supervisor for the Kanawha County Board of Education. MRS. R.E. RIDDLE ..Jormer Rita Jo Anderson. COLUMBIA, S.C.- Miss Rita Jo Anderson, daughter of Mrs. Edna W: Anderson and the late Mr. James W. Anderson, of Camden, S.C., formerly of Comfort, W. Va., and Ronald Eugene Riddle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Obie Riddle of Columbia, S. C., were married at 6 p.m. Saturday in the Colonial Heights Baptist Church here. The Rev. Harvey Johnson officiated. Suzanne Chaplin was the bride's only attendant. Music was provided by Mrs. Rae Ray field. The bridegroom's father served as his best man. A reception was held immediately after the ceremony in the Fellowship Hall of the church. The couple will live in Pontiac, S. C. Mrs. Riddle is a graduate of Sherman High School in Seth, W. Va., and is employed by NAPA of Camden, S. C. Her husband is a graduate of Columbia High School, and is also employed by NAPA. V a.m., least the green, hostesses Mrs. A. C. Hyde and Mrs. Kenneth Darlington. Berry Hills Ladies Golf Assn., full handicap, hostesses Mrs. J.A.B. Holt and Mrs. Charles Holt. Kanawha Country Club Ladies Golf, longest drive on 16, Thursday, Berry Hills Dutch treat guest day, hostess Ruby Carr. Wednesday Kanawha Country Club Bridge, 9:30 a.m., reservations with Mrs. Dan Martine, 744-8606. Berry Hills Bridge, 9:45 a.m., reservations by noon Monday with Mrs. Charles Mottesheard, 343-0750, or Mrs. William Wright, 343-8644. LaLeche League of Charleston, 10 a.m., home of Linda Maier, 2714 Deseret On, for information call 344-1413 or 345-1013. All persons interested in breastfeeding invited. Great Kanawha Auxiliary to Post 3466 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, fun and games night, 7:30 p.m., Post Home, 5301'/z MacCorkle Ave., SE. Thursday Upper Falls Garden Club, 6:30 p.m., home of Mrs. William Cochran, picnic, husbands as guests. Tops (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Club, 6:45 p.m, Baptist Temple, visitors welcome. Pythian Sister Temple 26,7:30 p.m., Castle Hall, 211 Tennessee Ave. Friday Golden Age Group of Salvation Army, "11:30 a.m., 301 Tennessee Ave., covered dish luncheon, bring own silver, Lester Williams of Telephone Co. to speak on Bicentennial, bring food, drinks furnished. Tops (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Club, 6:15 p.m., St. Albans Library, for information call 727-3159. Look What $100 Will Buy ladies'7 diamond cluster FORMAL FASHION RENTALS BY ? \Palm Beach ' · 1 \--We're Wedding ^ji Experts- Styles ... at 111 Prices "JOE THE TAILOR" Custom Tailor Rental 703 Fife St. Ph. 346-0141 DUTCHESS BAKERY of CROSS LANES e Wedding Cakes t Birthday Cakes « Novelty Cakes Are Our Specialty * PASTRIES* COOKIES * BRIAD* MANY OTHER ITEMS Come In--REGISTER! We Will Be Giving Away ' ( A 2 Lb. Birthday Cake | everyday for 1 year!! \+^m^.^*^*^*^-«,^*****~*f*~*'-**-**^~~^~~^* Located at theStop LightinCross Lanes between Charleston Federal Savings .Loon ond the Stag Shop. Open: 7 a. m. to 6 p. m. Mon. thru Sat. EAST SIDE 342-1232 CROSS LANES 776-1240 WEST SIDE 346-3210 ARROW RUG UO. -- ARROW RUG CO. - ARROW RUG CO. ·--:_. oftRROWRUG CQ;~ We did it all for you! We know convenience is important to you, our customers, so we've remodeled and redecorated and have consolidated everything and relocated it all to the first floor. No more running upstairs to see a remnant or downstairs to get some adhesive or linoleum! We've got a cash and carry department and a large'sample rack of every remnant in the store. We'll give you some great decorating ideas and how-to's. If it can be carpeted, we've done it--shelves, furniture, walls .. And, if you haven't seen our Armstrong Floor Fashion Center, you are in for a real treat--complete line of all resilient flooring shown in large samples and in room setting books. And if thats not enoug h_park free behind the store. WE DID IT ALL FOR YOU! SCULPTURED PACKAGE Great action area carpet. Multilevel loops of 100% Nylon in beautiful solid colors (g25 Tone-on-tone colorations in this 100% Kodel Polyester embossed patterned carpet. $1120 11 in- ONE LOW PRICE DOES IT ALL! Completely installed price .. eludes labor, sponge rubber pad ding accessories and carpet. ARROW RUG C0.-the reputable floor store-conveniently located downtown PLUSH PACKAGE Thick short plush pile in 100% Trevira Star Polyester. Rich luscious *'* solids. $1^20 A f c per si], yd. Super thick, super soft, high lustre "splush". Dynamite colors explode in 100% Nylon. S1C20 AW persp-yd. Saxony--look plush. Extra tightly twisted yarns, dense, soft feel in 100% Nylon. Vivid solids. $icoo 1«J persq.jd.| ONELOW PRICE DOESITALLJ Completely installed price ... includes labor, sponge rubber padding, accessories and carpet. pefsq.jd. SHORT SHAG PACKAGE $ 1A20 W OliUM UCIIO^ ^M^y ill 100% Nylon for great durability 9 Fashionable sculptured shag in brilliant $ 1 1 20 multi-colors. 100% Nylon * * · Thick rich feel in 100% Polyester. Pretty $ | 1 75 multi-color combinations in short shag A JL · Beautiful subtle multi-colorations $ t f l 2 0 in short dense sculptured shag * * ONELOWPRKEDOESITAU! * Completely installed price ... includes labor, sponge rubber padding, accessories and carpet. DO-IT-YOURSELF PACKAGE · Rubber-backed sculptured, or short shag, or level-loop carpet 95 95 persq.yd. · Indoor-outdoor carpet mm pefsq.yd. · Congoleum NO-WAX Shinyl-Vinyl linoleum $^95 is colors and patterns in stock mm p« sq.yd. persq-ji $C95 Polygrass '5 Salesmen's samples. Can't come h? CALL US ON for»aUml 3(8-5337 -Of- 346.0-501" OPEN MONDAY 8:30 AJH. to 8:30 P.M., TUES., FRi. 8:30-5:30 SAT. 9:00 A.M. to 4:30 ARROW RUG 410 SUMMERS ST. CHARLESTON OWNED » OPERAND FREE PARKING REAR OF STORE 346-5327 or 3460-"501" -- ARROW RUG CO. -- ARROW RUG CO. -- ARROW RUG CO. -- ARROW RUG CO.

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