Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 3, 1975 · Page 35
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August 3, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 35

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7C -- August 3, 1975 Sunday Quette-JfaiJ ------ CMrtan ftesl V*9*i» --- Designer's Touch Presbyterian Vows Made Highlight Your Floors By Connie Shearer We never cease to be amazed at the way carpeting or an area rug can improve the 'looks of a room. Hardwood floors are nice, but keeping them clean and dust-free can be a time- consuming chore. Terazzo or tile floors are lovely, but keeping them polished is a job no homemaker or career woman enjoys. » » * BUT WHEN you use carpeting or rugs. you simply drag out your trusty old vacuum cleaner and it does the job for you. And, aside from makingiyour housekeeping easier, rugs and carpeting add Aartn, warmth, color and taste to your home. You can choose carpeting to suit your taste as well as your budget these days. Never have there been so many types and patterns available. Some of us are still afraid to stray from the basic plain colors in floorcovering because of the fear that a pattern or multi- colored carpet will not go well with everything in the room. DECORATING WITH a pattern can be almost foolproof if you stick to one important motif and make.it the focal point of your room. Find a design you love -- be it drapery fabric, wallpaper or the carpet -- and build your scheme around it. A small room, such as the small garden room pictured, can be decorated and made bright and lively with a patterned carpet. In this particular room the carpeting is cream-colored latticework interwoven with bristol blues and spring greens in a three-dimensional design. The carpet is continued up the face of the plant stand by the window. The walls are cream and the windows are outlined in blue. The window shades are stenciled with a design taken from the carpet. A room can be done in a monotone motif or neutral colors and then a multi-hued area rug can be added to give the room total personality. Use a rug on a porch or in the solarium to dress up the area. An area rug can be used on top of wall-to-wall carpeting for a special effect. A FERN GREEN wall-to-wall treatment can be pretty dull compared to the same carpeting with an area rug in shades of green with a touch of blue under the cocktail table. When a consumer decides to buy carpet and goes to a store to make his choice, most often, he'll be confused by the variety available. Does he want nylon, wool or polyester? What surface, texture and pattern would be most pleasing? Which would best suit his purpose and pocketbook? There is an informative booklet available free of charge which will help you select the right carpet. The booklet is called "A Consumer Guide to Carpet" and is available on request to Allied Chemical Service Bureau, Fibers Division, P.O. Box 2150, Trenton, N.J. 08607. MRS. M.J. BELEFSKI . . . former Cynthia Knight Miss Cynthia Lee Knight, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Knight of Ponce, P. R., formerly of South Charleston, became the bride of Mark Joseph Belefski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Belefski of Alexandria, Va., on Saturday in the First Presbyterian Church here. The Rev. Percy Hagan and the Rev. Hilarion Cann officiated. Karen Moore was matron of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Mary Belefski, sister of the bridegroom. Heidi Chapman, the bride's cousin. Donna Baker and Kathy Rutherford. Mike Belefski was best man for his brother and Paul Shoemaker, David Shawler, Robert Baker and Elias Surkin were ushers. * * * FOLLOWING A reception at Berry Hills Country Club, the couple left for a wedding trip to the Pocooo Mountains. They will live m Annandak, Ya. Mrs. Belefski graduated from South Charleston High School and Davis and Eikins College. She is a member of First Presbyterian Church. Her husband is a graduate of St. Benedict's Preparatory School in New Jersey and attended Davis and Eikins. He is an assistant branch manager for Union Trust Co. in Washington. D.C. Garden Wedding Held Saturday In a garden ceremony Saturday at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.L. Spurlock of St. Albans, Paula Lou Spurlock and David Lee Ross were wed. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Ross of Lakewood Dr. SHE HAD as her attendants Miss Debra L. Cable, Miss Pamela S. Spurlock and Mrs. Beverly A. Sayer. Melissa Cable and Shelly Bowman were flowergirls. Best man was Bob Jones. Terry Sayer and Bob Dawson were ushers. Following a reception at the bride's parent's home,, the couple left for a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C. They will reside at 918-A Sixth Ave., St. Albans. The bride, a graduate of St. Albans High School, is attending West Virginia State College and is employed at Purity Baking Co. Her husband is a Sissonville High School graduate and is employed by Union Carbide Corp. Formal Wear For Your EDDINGI The Newport Coordinates avalabteinl2 exciting colors | with matching coats, pants, vests, shirts and ties plus formal shoes. ADAMS I'uniuil \\r;ir Rental* 114 MacFarlqnd $1. Ph. 343-2857 In St. Albons, 71 Main Street Ph. 727-0971 Open Monday Nights 'til 8:00 p.m. MRS. DAVID C. ROSS . . . former Paula Lou Spurlock \ Stan Simmons officiated and Mrs. Phy- Hss Tawey and Mrs. Joyce Boland furnished the music. The bride was given in marriage by her father. BODY PERMS for that Casual Effect! EXTRA SPECIALS--WITH COUPONS!^ r 7eT»oiry |e t $20.00 j" , ALLURE , NATURAL CURL | f D E A $1Q25 I J 9 25 ! $ 10 2S | TINT RETOUCH ! HAIRCUT, SHAMPOO NcTappointment necessary unless you prefer a special operator. Hollywood Beauty Salon 711 Fife St. 342-4542 Open Evenings by Appointment, Mondoy-Tuesdoy-Thursdoy-Fridoy Zeitz-Morris Vows Repeated Th6 First United Methodist Church in South Charleston was the setting on Friday evening for the wedding and reception when marriage vows were exchanged by Miss Debra Lynn Morris and Robert Michael Zeitz. ^Jl4gto^ · ; T S^ColSrful Tllerne for Small Room Six Couples Are Altar Bound Thompson-Hardman Diamond Baptist Church will be the set- ' ting on Friday for the marriage of Miss Suzanne Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billy James Thompson of Ohio Avenue, to Danny Ray Hardman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hardman of Quincy. A graduate of Stonewall Jackson High School, Miss Thompson is an IBM supervisor with Charleston Linen Service. Her fiance is employed by United Distributors Service, Motor Car Supply. Vaughan-Waskey The approaching marriage of Miss Re-, becca Lynn Vaughan to Gary Alan Waskey, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Waskey. of Sandyville, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Vaughan of Dunbar. The wedding is planned for 7:30 p.m. Oct. 4 in the Sandyville United Methodist Church. A graduate of Dunbar High School and Center College, Miss Vaughan has a position with Safway Steel Products. Her fiance is a compensability and impairment analyst with Employers Service Corp He is an alumnus of Ripley High School and West Virginia Institute of .Technology. Jackson-Martin St. Marks United Methodist Church will be the setting on Sept. 20 when Miss Sandra Kay Jackson is married to John Ray Martin Jr. She is the daughter of Mrs. Floyd G. Jackson Jr. of St. Albans and the late Mr. Jackson. Parents of the future bridegroom are Mrs. Susan Martin of Roosevelt-Avenue, SE, and John R. Martin of Fayetteville. Miss Jackson was educated at West Virginia State College. Her fiance attended West Virginia Institute of Technology and now is serving with the Air Force. Mithoff-Towery Mr. and Mrs. Augustus W. Mithoff of 602 South Park Rd. are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Mary Lou, to Frederick Sutton Towery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sutton Towery of Houston, Tex., formerly of Charleston. The wedding will take place on Oct. 18 in St. Agnes Catholic Church. Miss Mithoff has a B. S. degree in business administration from the University of Dayton. She is employed as marketing- management specialist for the West Virginia Governor's Office of minority business enterprises. Her fiance has a B. A. degree in sociology and history from Stephen F. Austin University in Naoodocbes, Tex. He is employed by the Industrial Security Corp. of Houston. Thackef-Justice NEW MARTINSVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Thacker are announcing the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Shar- 'on Adele, to Dennis Lynn Justice, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Justice, all of New Martinville. The open-church wedding will take place at 1:30 p.m. on August 16 in the Emmanuel Baptist Church here. Miss Thacker is a graduate of West Vir-. ginia University and is a physical therapist employed by H. J. Thomas Memorial Hospital in South Charleston. Her fiance attended WVU and is employed by Brown and Root Construction Co. in Baytown, Tex. Moore-Cooper CORPUS CHRISTI, Tex. - The forthcoming marriage of Miss Pamela Ann Moore to Jerry Wayne Cooper, son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. Quentin Cooper of 859 Carroll Hd., Charleston/W. Va., has been announced by her parents, Dr. and Mrs. David T. Moore of Corpus Christi. The wedding is planned for Aug. 30 in Corpus Christi. Miss Moore is a graduate of Southern Methodist University and is a teacher in* Dallas, Tex., where her fiance is truck rental manager for Hertz Corp. He is a graduate of Morris Harvey College, in Charleston. The Rev. Claude R. Collins performed the ceremony and traditional wedding music was furnished by the organist, Mrs. Thelma Castleberry. » * * MRS. BARBARA Jean Moss was matron of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Teresa Zeitz, sister of the bridegroom, and Roberta Whittington. The bride's niece, Jennifer Morris, was flowergirl and Michael Creech was ring- bearer. Richard Meadows served as best man for his cousin and ushers included another cousin, Mark Meadows, and the bride's brother, Charles Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Zeitz will make their home at 2925 Pence St., South Charleston following a short wedding trip. The former Miss Morris is a senior at South Charleston High School. Her husband was graduated from the same school and is employed by McNeil Fence Co., Inc. FINAL SUMMER CLEARANCE AH Summer Merchandise NOW Vi Price SORRY NO PHONE ORDERS KIDDIE SHOP INC. 614 "D" STREET--SOUTH CHARLESTON OPEN TILL 9 THURSDAY MRS. R.M. ZEITZ ...former Debra Morr'u She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Morris, and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Zeitz, all of South Charleston. WINE BARBEQUE SAUCE Mix together 1 can. (15 oz) tomato sauce, 2/3 cup pineapple juice, Vz cup each pale · dry dry cocktail sherry and burgundy, 1/3 cup wine vinegar, 3 tablespoons light brown sugar, 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce, IVz teaspoons paprika, 1 tea-, spoon salt and V4 teaspoon'dry mustard. Heat to boiling; simmer 20 minutes. Use to baste grilled chicken or spareribs. Yield: about 2V2 cups sauce. VILLAGE VA/ARDROBI OPEN MONDAY 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM FINAL CLEARANCE of WOMEN'S SHOES STARTS 11:00 AM MONDAY Values to 27.00 90 Final Summer Cleara Junior, Contemporary Fashions) Save 1/2 and more · Pantsuits · Blouses · Swimwear · Sweaters · T-Tops · Co-ordinates · Skirts · Separates · Shirts Accessories · Dresses · Pants .« OU^ISTOi ».!·!» 5-JUn.tM.tmJI. ST.AIBAIS

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