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-- August 3,1975 Sunday Geuette-MaU eM Virgin* Various Activities Slated Gardeners Plan School Item* for tie Sunday CÂ«*tte-Maii Club Calendar mtut be mbmitted OB pott cord* to the Woman.'* Deportment of the Gnette by 4 p.m. Wednetday. Today Kanawha Court 9, Order of the Amaranth, 1 p.m., annual picnic. Odd Fellows Recreational Buiiuiiig, Rt. 14, Alum Creek, members, friends and families invited. Monday Recovery, Inc., 1 p.m.. St. John's Episcopal Church. Quarrier and Broad streets, visitors welcome. Tops (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Club, 6:30 p.m.. Humphreys Memorial United Methodist Church. 14th Street and Grosscup Avenue. Dunbar. visitors welcome, 'call 768-3360. Senior Adult Council, 7:30 p.m.. Lee Terrace, door prize, nomination of officers, bring sandwich, coffee provided. Tiskelwah Chapter 45, Order of Eastern Star, 8 p.m.. Scottish Rite Temple, con- stitution and laws. Betty Pope refreshments chairman. ' Dunbar Chapter 133, Order of Eastern Star, 8 p.m.. Dunbar Masonic Lodge Hall, celebrate chapter anniversary, honor charter members. Loma McVey hostess. Tuesday Sleepy Hollow Women's Golf Assn., tee- off 9 a.m.. closest to pin on nine, hostesses Mrs. George Denton and Mrs. Tom McCarty. Edgewoood Ladies Golf Assn., 9 a.m.. Edgewood guest day, hostesses Mrs. Nancy Wells and Mrs. Carol Kessler. PEG, Chapter H, 9:30 a.m., home of Mrs. W. E. Johnson. 208 Branchfield Dr., program by Mrs. D. Marble. La Leche League of Sissonville, 10 a.m.. home of Mrs. Harry Alferink, 1979 Long Meadow Dr.. for information call 984-0642. Charleston Welcome Wagon Newcomers Club, 10 a.m., Ernie's Esquire, bridge, 11:30 a.m., luncheon, reservations after 2 p.m. Sunday w i t h Debbie Dunn. 345-1600. Charlotte Stallard, 925-9264; talk by representative of Charleston Chamber of Commerce. Senior Citizens of South Charleston Recreation Center, 11:30 a.m.. Shelter 2, Little Creek Park, door prize, covered dish, games, coffee furnished. Wednesday Meadowbrook Women's Bridge Assn., 9:30 a.m.. reservations call 744-0181. Kanawha Country Club Bridge, 9:30 a.m.. reservations with Mrs. James Durrett, 27 Knox Ave. Berry Hills Bridge, 9:45 a.m., reserva- ' tions by noon Monday with Mrs. Everett Doty, 744-5620. or Mrs. Regis Heinzer, 925-2698. Pilot Club of Charleston, noon, Daniel Boone Hotel, Mrs. Margaret Carr in charge of meeting. St. Albans Senior Citizens Club, noon luncheon, for reservations call 727-5441, meeting at 1 p.m., program "Tales of Olden Days," games, door prizes. Frances E. Willard Chapter, Women's Christian Temperance Union, 1 p.m.. Central United Methodist Church. . Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, Vice Presidents' meeting, 7:30 p.m., 2912 Pence St., South Charleston. ; Thursday Telephone Pioneers of America, Charleston Life Member Club, 4 p.m., picnic. Carroll Terrace, 1546 Kanawha Blvd. Zonta Club of Charleston, 6:30 p.m., business meeting. Trinity Lutheran Church hall, contact C. Williams, 346-0601 ext. 210. , Charleston Grandparents Club, business meeting. 7 p.m.. Lee Terrace, host " Â· chairmen Mr. and Mrs. Baxter N. Shaffer. Recovery, Inc., 7:30 p.m.. First United Methodist Church. 14th Street and Myers' Avenue. Dunbar. visitors welcome. Friday Edgewood Ladies Golf Assn., 9 a.m., club ' handicap tournament, standard play. 36 holes. Golden Age Club, 10 a.m.. Salvation Army, 310 Tennessee Ave.. games with prizes. door prizes, business meeting, devotions, trip plans, bring sandwich, coffee furnished. Tops (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Club, 6:30 p.m.. St. Albans Library, those interested in losing weight are welcome, call 727-3159 for information. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, treasurers' workshop. 7:30 p.m.. CP Telephone Building, treasurers will be shown how to set up books, balance books, etc. Saturday Charleston White Shrine, 7. 8 p.m., Scottish Rite Building, Ernestine Wells presiding, district deputy Hazel Groves to conduct school of instruction, Virginia Nester. refreshments chairman. BLUEFIELD--The first course of a series of flower show schools sponsored by the West Virginia Garden Club. Inc., will be beW Sept. 8-10 at the First Christian Qmrch of Bluefield, 2200 Bland Road. The Bluefield Garden Council will host the school with Mrs. Forrest P. Smith serving as chairman. Mrs. W. D. Calfee Jr., Route 2, Box 314-AA, Bluefield. 24701, is registrar. Registration fee is not required of members of West Virginia Garden Club Inc., but advance registration is desired. Non- garden club members may attend at fees for $15 for the entire course. One day fee is $9, half-day $5 and $230 for the examination. * * * STUDENTS ARE responsible for making their own lodging arrangements. Among Bluefield motels are Brier Red Carpet Inn., P. 0. Box 406; Highlander Motel, P. 0. Box 788, and Holiday Inn, 3175 East Cumberland Road. Dr. Paul L. Smead, professor of horticulture at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University at Blacksburg, Va., will teach a horticulture class. He has taught in 25 flower show schools and 12 symposiums in the United States and was a judge at the first international flower show in Bogota, Colombia, South America. Mrs. Milton Lang Flower Show Heights, Ohio, will teach design and flower show practice. She is a nationally accredited flower show judge and a nationally accredited instructor in artistic design and flower show practice. She is a past president of the Ohio MRS. MILTON LANG of Shaker City Man Reach Golden Milestone Wed in Texas A buffet reception was held on July 5 in the Mountaineer Room at Belle to honor Mr. and Mrs. Wagoner H. Bare of Chesapeake as they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. Married July 3, 1925 in Ironton, Ohio, she is the former Anna Hughes, and he is a retired coal miner. Hosts for the reception were their five children, Wagoner Jr. of Hillsboro, Tenn.; Lanny of Charleston; Mrs. Joseph (Emmy Lou) Genovese of Hyattsville, Md.; Mrs. Gary (Patsy) Goff of North Madison, Ohio; and Mrs. Chad (Betsy) Folden of Belle. Mr. and Mrs. Bare also have 14 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. EL PASO, Tex. - Mrs. Lois Wells Curry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Thomas Wells of Marfa. and Capt. William Harper Gardner Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William Harper Gardner of Charleston, W. Va., were married on Saturday in the Center Area Chapel at Ft. Bliss here. Maj. Joseph D. Worley, chaplain, officiated and music was provided by Mrs. T. Gregory. The bride was given in marriage by her father and Mrs. Edwin Ragan was matron of honor. Capt. Ragan seved as best man and ushers were Capt. David C. Hawkins and 1st Lt. John C. Latimer. * * * FOLLOWING A reception at the Officers' Club, the couple left for a wedding trip through the mountains of southern New Mexico. They will live at 9010 Magnetic, El Paso. Mrs. Gardner attended Texas Technical University at Lubbock and graduated from Sul Ross State University.in Alpine. She teaches at Andress High School here. Her husband graduated from Greenbrier Military School in Lewisburg, W. Va., and was graduated with honors from West Virginia University, where he was a member of Sigma Gamma Epsilon geology honorary. He is a career Army officer. Plants Floral Dr. Paul L. Smead School Instructors Judges Council and is presently chairman of flower show schools for the Garden Club of Ohio. Chairman for flower show schools for the West Virginia Garden Club Inc. is Mrs. Lloyd Spencer of East Bank. ma--m^*----*-- Phone: 768-9405 500 Rock Lake Drive (Next to Shop A Minit) Spring Hill Things Â· Cut Flowers Â· Dish Gardens Â· Planters Â· Terrariums Â· Permanent Arrangements "NO DELIVERY CHARGE!" - SPECIAL -CASH CARRY Sweetheart ROSES-'5 OI W 2 DAYS ONLY MONDAY TUESDAY "Remember That Someone" W:*::^^^ august fur sale now in progress! luxurious fur fashions at pre-season savings, coats, capes, jackets, stoles! Steiger's fur* S 817 QUARRIER ST. 346-0577 53rd Milestone Nears Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Baldwin will celebrate their 53rd wedding anniversary on Tuesday in their home at 434 12th St., Dunbar. They were married Aug. 5.1922 at the home of the Rev. 0. L. Hoffman on Sissonville Road, and are former resi-. dents of Sissonville. She is the for- mer Mary Fisher, and he is retired from Ashland Oil Co. after 23 years service. They are parents of three daughters, Mrs. Nora Hughart, Miss Pearl Baldwin, and Mrs. Emory H. Young, all of Dunbar. They also have five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. OPEN SUN. Open Every Nite The Lenox China 3-Piece Buffet Place Setting Annette's 208 Dickinson Street Right in The Center of Town SUMMER The newest thing for less formol entertaining. Dinner parties today tend to be more casual. But, even so. they should be as elegant as a sit-down dinner. That's why Lenox China has introduced the 3-piece. Buffet/Place Setting. Dinner ploce, cup and saucer. Just whot you need for buffet dining And one beautiful lenox pattern that any dinner party will be proud of n Springdole. Exquisitely understated design and rimmed with pure pla- *fnum. I Stop in today and see our entire lenox collection. 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