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June 9, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 68

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2E -June9,1974 Sunday Gazette-Mail Charleston. West Virginia Bridal Plans Told, Guests, Relatives Arrive By Diddy Mathews Palmer Telephone 342-1010 Is it possible for parents to attend their daughter's college graduation, take her on a trip to the seashore, then return home to complete last- minute arrangements for her church wedding . . . all in less .'than three weeks? Yes, it is possible. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hoblitzell of 1401 Sweetbrier Rd. have done just that. ". Miss Sarah Louise (Sally) ·HHoblitzell was graduated May ;36 from Hollins College, re- ·Iceiving an A.B. degree in stu- ydio arts. Her parents were on ; the Virginia campus for the '-"occasion, and afterwards . went with her for a vacation i at Myrtle Beach. S.C.. return| ing to Charleston last Tues- · day. ; Miss Hoblitzell will be mar' -ried this coming Saturday to ''Richard Stevenson (Steve) -;-Howell of New Orleans. La., ,-Ison of Mr. and Mrs. Richard · ;E. Howell of Sterling. Va. The ·ceremony will take place at ··St. John's Episcopal Church, ^with a reception afterward at .--Edgewood Country Club. "* * * * ; i: THE PROSPECTIVE bride' v;groom arrived here Saturday. ·HAlso arriving this weekend |:are Miss Hoblitzell's sister .^Patty, Mrs. John Matthews /"Dixon of Atlanta. Ga., who Cwill be matron of honor, and her three-year-old twins, Alli- Cson and John Scott, who will · ;*' be flower girl and ringbearer. v Dr. Dixon will join them here '.;; on Wednesday. Also expected X today are the future bride's . ·; brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William R. Hoblitz- vell of Shawnee. Okla. (she will be a bridesmaid), and her un, *cle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. ;!;William R. Goff of Houston, · ;;Tex.. formerly of Charleston. ;·- The p r o s p e c t i v e bride- ;tgroom's parents are expected , -irto arrive from Virginia in a I /-few days, and will entertain '. ;*with a rehearsal dinner Fri; Vday night at Edgewood. They · Cwill be accompanied by his t "aunt. Mrs. Gertrude Steven-,-son of Toronto, Canada. '.·I Other parties planned for ·'*Miss Hoblitzell and her fiance ':.- this week include a patio buf- .;·: fet supper Tuesday by Mr. and .;;Mrs. Robert Fink at their home on Poplar Road, a cock- t a i l - b u f f e t by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Greife Thursday at their home on Williamsburg Way, a brunch by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Holland and their daughter. Teresa, (who will be maid of honor) Friday at Berry Hills Country Club, a brunch by Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Goff Saturday morning at the Charleston Tennis Club, and a buffet supper after the reception Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Huhn and their daughter, Caroline, at their home on Loudon Heights Road. * * * THE BRIDE-TO-BE also will be complimented at a luncheon and kitchen shower Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Charles W o o d e l l on Morningside Drive, with Mrs. William E. Sticklen and Mrs. John Laing as cohostesses, and a luncheon to be given by her sister, Mrs. Dixon. Thursday at the Hoblitzell home. Among other out-of-town guests at the Howell-Hoblitzell wedding will be Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Daugherty of Allison Park, Pa.. Dennis W. Daugherty of Akron. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph D. Cox of Harrisonburg. Va., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howell and Lyndon Howell of Alexandria. Va., Col. and Mrs. Robert Herndon Jr. and son, Jack, and Mrs. Bryant W. Line and daughter, Stephanie, of Falls Church, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stone of Sterling, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Victor E. Fasanella and son. Tommy, of Princeton, N.J., Mrs. Henry Morschheimer of Parkdale, A r k . , and Mr. and Mrs. George Bailey of Wheeling. MR. AND MRS. Parker K. Smith Jr.. who have been residents of Charleston twice before in his years with the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Co., are returning here again this month and will be at home with their family at 1552 Hampton Rd. Already in residence is Smith, staff supervisor of CP's division of revenue, and a son. Raymond, who has just completed his freshman studies at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Va. Mrs. Smith and another son, Parker 111. are arriving in mid-June from their former home in Short Hills, N.J., and in the fall he will be a senior at George Washington High School. Mrs. Robert L. Bird Jr. of Thomas Circle is leaving today for Canaan Valley State ON QUARRIER ST. Phone 343-6751 100% POLYESTER KNIT THE NEW HOT PANT DRESSES Be "fresh and appealing" all summer in this lovely wrinkle proof machine washable cooler. Sizes 5 to 13 in latest styles and colors. 25. Use your BankAmericard, Master Charge or Jean's Convenient Charge Charles Helaine Rotgin Open Monday'lil 9 Park in Tucker county, where she has enrolled in a two- weeks "on l o c a t i o n " art school to be conducted by William Gerhold, well-known painter from Williamstown and member of the art faculty at 4 Marietta College in Ohio. Among others attending the classes is Mrs. J. Blackwell Davis of Charles Town. The "on location" courses were first given by Gerhold last summer, and attracted students from all over the country. Students live in park cottages and share shopping, c o o k i n g a n d d i s h w a s h i n g chores. They work at their painting all day, in nearby scenic spots such as the Canaan ski resort. Dolly Sods wilderness area and Blackwater Falls State Park, and then meet in the evening for group critique and discussion. * * * MISS ANN MAGNUSON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Magnuson of Sweetbrier Road, has been accepted for participation in the experiment for international living program and will leave Saturday to take a two-weeks language orientation course in Putney. Vt.. before flying to Greece on July 2 to live with a native family for a month. Afterward, she will travel through the mainland and the islands for two more weeks before returning home. Graduated last week with honors from George Washington High School, Ann will enroll as a freshman at Denison University at Denison, Ohio, in the fall. Mrs. T. Harvey McMillan of Abney Circle North will return today from Halifax, Nova Scotia, where she was called several weeks ago by the illness of her mother, Mrs. Fred Cornell. Mrs. Cornell broke her hip in a fall and is now recuperating in an extended- care hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Latelle M. LaFollette of Edgewood Drive r e t u r n e d T u e s d a y f r o m Swarthmore, Pa., where they attended his 50th class reunion at Swarthmore College. Before going there, they took a trip through New England with their .granddaughter, Miss Marjorie Wright, daughter of Judge and Mrs. Craig Wright of Columbus, Ohio, who joined them in Provid- Dne step ahead Would you believe our most popular shoe in its new fall dress is already in stock? Be one step ahead, ready to start the fall season with your favorite tie while stocks are complete and sizes are available. Choose pine green, wine, grey, or black alligator calf or tortoise patent. $30. Yes, we're happy to fill mail orders. Add 90 C W. Va. state sales tax plus $1.25 for postage and handling. Better still, shop tomorrow from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. quarrier at hale may || SHOE CO. ence, R.I., where she is a student at Brown University. Miss Wright also accompanied them to Swarthmore for the reunion. Mrs. F.F. Hyre of Virginia Street returned Saturday from Roanoke, Va., where she visited her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Hyre Jr., former Charlestoni- ans, and attended the graduation of their older son, Frank III, from high school. He will enter William and Mary College at Williamsburg, Va., in the fall. t * * MR. AND MRS. Frederick H. Belden Jr. and children, Derick and Ann, returned home Saturday after a two- weeks vacation in Florida. They spent a week on John's Island, Vero Beach, and then visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Belden. in Winter Park. Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Dixon of Virginia Avenue returned Saturday after spending two weeks visiting their sons-in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Damico of Media, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Dana G. Smith of Greensboro. N.C., and Mr. and Mrs. W. Y. Atkinson of Atlanta, Ga. They also attended the wedding of Michael T. Chaney of Charleston and Miss Nancy Jane Bierly on May 25 in Hershey. Pa. Miss Kathy Wheeler, who spent several days here with her mother, Mrs. W. R. Wheeler of Quarrier Street, after attending her 10th class reunion at Hollins College in Virginia, left Wednesday to visit friends in Ohio before returning to her home in Wilmington, Del. Miss Ann Pauley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Pauley of Timberview Drive, was a member of the 1974 graduating class at West Virginia University, receiving an A.B. degree in psychology with magna cum laude honors. She also was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa, honorary fraternity. In the fall. Miss Pauley will return to WVU to begin studying for a master's degree. * * * MR. AND MRS. W. T. Bitzer Jr. and son, Jeff, of Cloverleaf Circle, were in Chapel Hill, N.C., last week to attend the graduation of another son, Richard, from the University of North Carolina. Rickie, who received a B.S. degree in mathematical science, now is employed by Business Computer Service in this city. Others attending his graduation were his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. B i t z e r of Belle, and Mr. and Mrs. Damon Hastings of Cloverleaf Circle. , James H. McLaughlin. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. McLaughlin of Campbells Creek, was graduated last week from Centre College in Danville, Ky., receiving a B.S. degree in sociology. Attending commencement exercises were his parents, his grandmother, Mrs. Virginia Halstead of Elk Hills, and his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Doug Medley of Madisonville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Ferree Bedell Jr. of One Morris Street have returned from the Greenbrier Hotel in White Sulphur Springs, where they spent several days and celebrated their wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. C l a u d N. Wilcher of Colonial Way have returned from Birmingham, Ala., where they attended commencement at Cumberland Law School of Sarnford University, where their son, Geoffrey Wilcher, received a doctor of jurisprudence degree and was graduated cum laude. Young Wilcher plans to practice law in this city, and after July 1 he and his wife will be at home in the Burmar Apartments on Smith Road. They now are visiting his parents. Accompanying Mr. and Mrs. Wilcher to the graduation was her mother, Mrs. C. R. Simpkins of Norton, Va., who will return today to her home. MR. AND MRS. James R. Hartman of Middle Road returned Tuesday from Northampton, Mass., where they attended the graduation of their older daughter, Miss Laura Hartman, from Smith College. Their other daughter, Sarah, was graduated last week from George Washington High School. Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Armbrecht of Chestnut Road returned Saturday from New Haven. Conn., where they attended his class union at Yale University. They were accompanied home by their daughter, Cornelia, who is a student at the Kent School in Kent, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Tallman of Comstock Place returned last week after spending a month at their summer home at West Chop, Martha's Vineyard, Mass. They had as their guests for several weeks their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. Daniel Moriarity of Loudon Heights Road, who returned the same day, and their son, Henry D. Tallman Jr. of Hyde Park, N.Y. Mrs. Morton F. Hess of Sarasota, Fla.. formerly of this city, will arrive today to visit her son, Richard Hess of the Imperial Towers Apartments. Mrs. William M. Drennen has returned to Bethesda, Md.. after spending several days w i t h her mother, Mrs. Holmes D. Morton of Holly Road. Robert A. McMillan, who has been the guest of his parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. Owen McMillan of Kanawha Avenue, for several days, has returned to his home in Atlanta, Ga. * * * MRS. K. WAYNE Swiger of Winter Haven. Fla.. who has been the guest of her son-in- law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bradford III of Barberry Lane, will leave today to visit another daughter and her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Richard LaLance. before returning to her home. Miss A n n e Moore. M i s s Mary Anne Dial and Miss Bonnie Walter, all of Mount Vernon Place. Miss Lucy Coyleof Bedford Road and Miss J i l l Duncan left Thursday for a week's stay at the Waterside Motel in Myrtle Beach. S.C. Miss M a r g a r e t M a i r s . daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Mairs of Cliafton Road, was graduated with honors last week from St. Catherine's School in Richmond, Va. Her parents attended commencement, and Margaret accompanied them home, planning to work as a nurse's aide this summer at Memorial Hospital until she enters Duke University, Durham, N.C., in the fall. Mrs. Mairs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. John N. Vaughan of Suffolk, Va., will arrive Wednesday for a week's visit with the family. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Chilton III and daughter, Susan, will return today from a month's vacation at Harbour Island, Bahamas. ARRIVING THIS WEEK to attend a reception honoring Mr. and Mrs. George E. Steadman of Huron Terrace will be their son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Steadman Jr. and children, Craig and Karolyn, of Miami, Fla.; their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Trebilcock and sons, Ricky and Billy, of Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; their granddaughter and her family. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Scanlon and children, Kevin and Stacy of Orlando. Fla. Also coming for the affair, which will mark the Stead- mans' golden wedding anniversary, and will be held Saturday a f t e r n o o n in the fellowship hall of Kanawha United Presbyterian Church, will be his brother. Earl, and his nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Glenford Owen, all of Madison, Ind. House guests of the C. W. Steadmans of St. Albans will include A i r m a n l.C. C. W. Steadman Jr. of Columbus ( M i s s . ) AFB; Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Swarez of Knoxville, Tenn.; and Michael Stead- man. a student at Glenville State College. Mr. and Mrs. David Elmore and their daughter Stacy, of Nashville, Tenn., were guests at the wedding on Saturday of his brother, Stephen H. Elmore and Denise Diane Legg. Stephanie Jean Poleway. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Poleway of Parkwood Rd., graduated t h i r d in her class with an associate of arts degree from Bauder Fashion College in M i a m i . Fla. Her mother attended commencement exercises and they returned together last weekend. How Can If Q. What can I do about some water stains on my furniture? A. You can remove these usually with hot vinegar. Rub over the spots with this, dry, then polish with furniture polish or linseed oil. To remove water spots from varnished surfaces, use ammonia water, followed by furniture polish. Q. How can I prevent homemade syrup from candying after it has stood for a while? A. By adding a teaspoon of vinegar to it. Q. How can I clean embroidery on an article that cannot be laundered? A. Cover it with a thick paste of alcohol and powdered chalk, roll up, and lay away in a dark place for a few days. Then brush off the dry chalk. Q. How can I caramelize sugar easily? A. In a dry skillet in the oven. In this way, it heats front the bottom and top at the same time, caramelizing quickly and smoothly. Q. How can I brighten up dull-looking pewter? A. Drop a small lump of po-, tash into a quart of water and soak the pewter in this for at least twenty-four hours. Then take it out and rub all over with a cork dipped in olive or mineral oil, following this with a brisk rubbing with a dry chamois. Q. How can I remove perspiration stains from fabrics? A. With unwashables, sometimes only drycleaning is the answer. But first try sprinkling some water-moistened cornstarch on the area, brushing off when dry. With washable fabrics, ordinary laundering should do the trick, but if this fails, sponge the stains with vinegar. Sunday Deadlines Club calendar notices for the Sunday Gazette-Mail Home and Family Section must be submitted prior to 4 p.m. Wednesday. Other items for Sunday publication have the same dead-, line. Don't wait until Wednesday to call us about your Sunday news. Submit your material as early as possible to assure Sunday publication.- The only weddings accepted for Sunday publication are those which will-occur on the preceding Friday or Saturday. , unmistakably ·*v I SWIM BALI SWIMSUIT SEPARATES THAT ARE SURE TO FIT! 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