Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 13, 1972 · Page 56
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 56

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 13, 1972
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6E--August 13, 1972 Sunday Gaaettf-Mail "" "~' CharlMlon, W»»t Virslnll---- Golfing Tops Week's Activities for Women More Wics Volunteers Are Needed The Woman's Department of the Sunday Gazette-Mail would appreciate details of club meetings on post cards to b« rci-c.:-jcd prior to 7 p.m. Wednesday of each week. Today U.S. Army Mothers, Po«t 3. 4 p.m., Mattie V. Lee Home, 810 Donnally St.. plans to be made for musical tea in September. Monday Alinisa Club of Charleston. noon, Daniel Boose Hotel. South Charleston Senior Citizens Cluh, 12:30 p.m., 614 Chestnut St., YMCA, all refreshments furnished; Rnck Lake Presbyterian Church circle assisting, prizes and games. Thelma Chapter 24, Order nf Eastern Star, 7:30 p.m.. Masonic Hall, Clendenin, Mrs. Laura Reed in charge of refreshments. Charleston Chapter 88, Order Of Eastern Star, 8 p.m. Mrs. Nancy Harding in charge of refreshments. Tuesday Meadowbrook Women's Golf Assn., tee-off 8:30 a.m., handicap tournament. Mrs. Donald Schafer, Mrs. Joe Miller and Mrs. Kenneth Giguere hostesses. Kanawha Country Club Women's Golf Assn., 9 a.m., blind p a r t n e r , hostesses Mrs. Walter Evan, Mrs. Donald Hey wood and Mrs. Robert Hunt. Berry Hills Women's Golf, tee-off 9 a.m., low blind hole, Mrs. William Rice and Mrs. E. V. Grace hostesses. Edge.wood Country Club Women's Golf, guest ladies day, 9 a.m.. tee-off, hostesses Mrs. Edward Rugeley and Mrs. Marion .larrett. Sleepy Hollow Women's Golf, 9 a.m., tee-off, event most, pars with handicap, hostesses Mrs. Haywood France and Mrs. Paul Berry. Senior Citizens of South Charleston Recreation Center, 11:30 a.m., Little Creek Park. Shelter No. 2, covered-dish picnic, games, door prize, drinks furnished, seniors invited. Charleston Welcome Wagon N c w c o ni r s Club. 11:45 a.m., Daniel Boone Hotel; Agee-Whited Rite Held In Nitro Baptist Church Miss Nancy Lynn Whited, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse F. Whited of Whiting, Ind., formerly of Nitro, was married Friday evening to Charles Robert Agee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles . Agee of Nitro, in a ceremony performed by the Rev. Richard Holliday at the First Baptist Church of Nitro. Escorted by her father, the bride wore a long gown of white satapeau. Venise lace with an insert of ribbon enhanced the empire bodice and scalloped neckline and bordered her wide A-line skirt and chapel train. The same lace formed the cuffs of the full bishop sleeves. She wore a shirred crown to which was attached a waist-length mantilla bordered in Venise lace. Her cascade bouquet was of royal orchids. MAID OF H O * N O R was sister of the bride, and Mrs. Pamela Whited, a sister-in-law, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Dreama Boswell, Patti S m i t h and Nancy McClanahan. Septimbor Whited, niece of the bride, was the flowergirl. Nick Barth and John Hawley were best men and ushers were Phillip Mallett, Scott Keller, Nino Karas and Larry Whited, brother of the bride. Eric Lawson, cousin of the brideggroom, was ringbearer. THE COUPLE * left for a southern wedding trip following a reception at the Woman's Club of Nitro. They will reside at 3709 37th St.. Nitro. They are graduates of Nitro High School. She is employed by the State Workman's Compensation Fund and he is employed by Libbey-Owens-Ford. MRS. C. R. AGEE . . . former Nancy Whited He attended West Virginia University. The parents of the bridegroom entertained the wedding party with a dinner at the home of Mrs. Peggy Snyder Thursday. Jane Westfall Marries Kent Kennedy on Friday reservations by noon Monday, names A through H call Mrs. Bill O'Gorman, 342-0029; I through Z call Mrs. Donald Sehuler, 9254120. Green Vallay Homemakers Club, family picnic, 6 p.m., St. Albans City Park. South Charleston Chapter 131. Order of Eastern Star, 8 p.m., South Charleston Masonic Temple, Dee Whittington and Valerie Chisler hostesses for social hour. Wednesday K a n a w h a Country Club Bridge, 9:30 a.m., reservations with Mrs. Wilson Ashley, 864 Alta Rd. Berry Hills Country Club Bridge, 9:45 a.m., reservations with Mrs.. James Wildey, 343-0754. South Charleston Friendship Club, 11 a.m., home of Mrs. Jessie Kogoy, Spring Hill, cohostess Mrs. H. 0. Crane. Woman's Club of Charleston, 11 a.m., summer bridge- brunch, open to public, door and table prizes, bring cards, call club for reservations. St. Albans Senior Citizens, 12:30 p.m., bring white elephant, a sandwich and a friend; plans for Christmas workshops, First Baptist Church to serve refreshments. K a n a w h a Vallay Chapter, American Business Women's Assn., 6:30 p.m., Meadowbrook Recreation Center, annual picnic. Constance Temple 16, Pythian Sisters, 8 p.m., Castle Hall 211 Tennessee Ave., Mrs. Eloise Tmax hostess. Mu Gamma Chapter, Alpha Iota Sorority, home of Mrs. Fred Phelps, 2110 Lincoln Ave., St. Albans, West Virginia program, election. Thursday Senior Citizens Club of Nitro, 12:30 p.m., Woman's Club of Nitro, Second Avenue and 23rd Street, bring sandwich, coffee and cookies furnished. South Charleston Quota Club, 6:30 p.m., Rose City Cafeteria, South Charleston, dinner-social meeting, hostesses. Mrs. Irene Fleck and MRS. KENT KENNEDY . . former Jane West/all GLENVILLE--Married Friday evening in the chapel of Wesley Foundation by the Rev. Fell Kennedy, great-uncle of the bridegroom, were Miss Jane Westfall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Westfall of Glenville. and Kent Kennedy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Junior Kennedy of Normantown. A reception followed the double-ring ceremony at the home of the bride's parents. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a short gown of white marquisette trimmed in lace, with long fitted sleeves and a sweetheart neckline. She wore a fingertip tulle veil and carried a cascade of orchids, baby's breath and roses. * » » TANYA ADOLFSON was the bride's only attendant and Steve Farner of Sutton was best man. The bride graduated from Gilmer County High School and is a senior at Glenville State College where she is majoring in early childhood education. Her husband is a graduate of Normantown High School and Glenville State College. He will enter West Virginia University in the fall to attend graduate school. unmistakably ~ COMING S AUGUST 17th M.W m^-H- f£$ ·v,y, PEOPLE KNOW our everyday prices are the lowest CLENDENIN CARPET LUMBER'S WORLD PETS A Hi-Lo CONTINUOUS FILAMENT NYLON CARPETING Coronation Gold, Latin Lime, Lt. Blue, Beige, . Oasis Green. o»t» * COMPLETELY *»»"*· * INSTALLED J^**' 99 NEW! Needle Punch PRINTED CARPETING on 'i hi-density rubber bock. Choice of 5 beautitul colors, CASH CARRY SPECIAL 1 00% KODEL POLYESTER CARPETING Choose from 14 Tweeds or 16 Solid Colors. COMPLETELY INSTALLED over heavy sponge rubber pad. 100%DUPONTDACRON POLYESTER SHAG 1 " r.*«-jtt*j,i! rtpr.-irVnr co'ort to f hoo^e frnm. S'-J^. *·--·.. Orn,i3f.. P"u',. Goldt ?. Gif^' r , Tweed Col- O: '.. COHPLETUY INSTALLED Over Sponge Rubber Pod $795 f a SUMMER SHOWERS CARPETING lOO^'o continuous filaneM twe^d nyio.ion '/ hr-denyty rubber back. C"'O'i ot ^ n»ou?iful ColfVJ. CASH CARRY SPECIAL $099 100% NYLON PLUSH CARPETING Ideal for playroom, den or bedroom. Choice of many beautiful colors. COMPLETELY INSTALLED OVER SPONGE RUBBER PAD G.A.F. SOFTREAD 79 Cushioned White- back linoleum. CflSHMRRYSPECUl INDOOR/OUTDOOR CARPETING Kr.n.«- f - . - - f, 1 .-. ,~.r",-,. CV-! Gold, Hrnfrrr, A.\oii, A v o c a a o , innqenns, 9'12'Wi4thf CASH CARRY SPECIAL 69 C IiUNDREDS OF REMNANTS TO CHOOSE FROM NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED J CLENDENIN LUMBER'S 5t$i CARPET V^ WORLD PHONES NO TOLL FROM CHARLESTON: 965.3302,965-3327, 543-3081 !ff^!^ *FINANCING ARRANGED fa^m. ON CONVENIENT TERMS! Mrs. Fleta Payne. Friday Golden Age Club, .10 a.m.. Salvation Army activities Room, 301 T e n n e s s e e , games with prizes, door prize, business meeting, devotions by Mrs. Callie Jones, bring sandwich, coffee furnished. Dunbar Senior Citizens Club, 12:30 p.m., Christ The King recreation hall, 1508 Grosscup Ave., games with prizes, bring sandwich, coffee and cookies fursished. Nitro Chapter,. Order of Eastern Star, 7:30 p.m., Masonic Temple, 19th Street, regular meeting, social hour. Women interested in assist* ing young women to become responsible ettieeni ere invited to attend the meeting of the Wtcs (Women in Community Service) at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Job Corps Center for Women, Mae Belle Jones, director of the organization, said. 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