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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 64

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 20, 1972
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6E--August 20, 1972 Sunday Gasett^Mail テつォt Vlrslnli Boulevard Church Bridal Setting Miss Sharon Lynn Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Reed Davis of South Charleston, became the bride of V. Francis Luikart II, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. Francis Luikart of 901 Churchill Cir cle, at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Boulevard Church of Christ. Arthur Marcum officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Kathy Luikart and Jerry Britt. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- Enter Golden Years A former Charleston couple, Mr. and Mrs. James C. Mooney Sr., will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary today at a reception from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the First Church of God, 791 W. Fillmore, Phoenix, Ariz. They w e r e married on Aug. 22, 1922 in Charleston, and he retired from Food Machinery Corp. in South Charleston in 1958. They moved to Phoenix in 1960 a n d now reside at 1801 W. Clarendon there. Hosts f or t h e reception will be their four children, J. C. (Jay) Mooney of Atwater, Calif.; Mrs. Irma Reedy of Scottsdale, Ariz.; Mrs. Rosalie Barnette of Tipp City, Ohio; and Mrs. Betty A n n Sheets of Phoenix. They also h a v e 13 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Deadlines For Sunday Club calendar notices for the Sunday Gazette-Mail Home and Family Section must be submitted prior to 7 p.m. Wednesday. Other items for Sunday publication have a deadline of noon Thursday. Club calendar n o t i c e s submitted on postal cards will be appreciated. Don't wait until Thursday to call us about your Sunday news. Submit your material as early in the week as possible to assure Sunday publication. The only weddings accepted for Sunday publication are 'hose which will occur on the preceding Friday or Saturday. Women's Editor MRS V. F. LUIKART II . . . former Sharon Davis length gown o f silk organza- trimmed with Venise lace and styled with a lace bodice, high neckline, Camelot sleeves and a full skirt with a flounce around the bottom which extended to a sweeping train. A tiara of Venise lace and seed pearls held her silk illusion veil and she carried stephano- tls, white sweetheart rows and miniature carnations. MISS MARILYN NEPTUNE of South Charleston was maid nf honor and bridesmaids were Miテつサ Judy Kocup of Uniontown, Pa. and Miss Nancy Miller of South Charleston. Les B. McCoy of Owego, N. Y., was best man and ushers were William F. Ldkart of Belle, brother of the bridegroom, and Donald Reppy of Morgantown. A reception followed the open-church ceremony at the church. The couple left for a wedding trip to Cape Cod and will live in Durham, N.C. Mrs. Luikart majored in statistics at West Virginia University where she was a member of Alpha Epsilon Delta pre-medical honorary and Pi Mu Epsilon mathematics honorary. She will be a first year medical student at Duke University in the fall. Her husband has a B. S. degree in accounting and a master's degree from WVU. He is a member and served as treasurer of Lambda Chi Alpha social fraternity. Wedges Dangerous, Bad for the Feet Podiatrist Warns Beverly Ann Hall Wed Saturday .MRS. T. L. RONCAGLIONE . . . former Beverly Hall FOR YOUR WEDDING Our 51or*テつサ Has The larac^t Selection of Colors Styles in So. W.Va. JUST ARRIVED The New High Style WESTERN TUXEDO New Ruffled Shirts Available in 6 Colors ^ ADAMS FORMAL WEAR RENTALS See Frank Adams Formal Wear Spccialitl IHKcFarlindSt. Ph. 3 4 3 - 2 8 5 1 , Miss Beverly Ann Hall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Russell Hall of 707 Simms St., became the bride of Timothy Lee Roncaglione, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Roncaglione of St. Albans, at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses. John E. Roncaglione officiated and music was provided by John Poindexter. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length A-line gown of sata peau over bridal peau fashioned with Schiffli embroidered sleeves and a detachable train which was edged with Venise lace as was the gown. A lace headdress held her illusion veil and she carried white roses and baby's breath. MISS DEBBIE* Carpenter was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Kathy Perry, Miss Cathy Anderson, Miss Julie Roncaglione, Miss Wanda Belcher and Miss Patty Lilly. Rebecca Ann Hall was flowergirl. Kenny Wyant was best man for his nephew and ushers were D a n n y Roncaglione, Tom Roncaglione, Rocky Brogan,' Mike Roncaglione and John Roncaglione. Following a reception at the Charleston West Side Woman's Club, the couple left for a wedding trip. They will live at 244% West Main St., St. Albans. Mrs. Roncaglione graduated from Stonewall Jackson High School. Her father is owner of Hall's Jewelers in the Arcade and her mother owns and operates Trudy's Beauty Shop. Her husband attended St. Albans High School and is employed by the Ronco Construction Co. His father is an agent for the National Life Insurance Co. MRS. C. U. ESLINGER . . former Judy Arnett N E W YORK-UPI-Those platform or wfidgie shoes in their dashing colors may be the fashion fad, but according to some people: They're bad for the feet. "The foot can't function pro- pertly with this type of shoe," says Dr. Monroe Jacobs, president of the PodiatrySociety of the State of New York. "The foot is made up of a number of joints, requiring free movement, and must have a grasping-type shoe to function properly. "This rigid, tall pla.:.-.:m s h o e -- s o m e with five-inch heels set on three-inch platforms--are changing walking habits of many women," Dr. Jacdbs goes on. "It's forcing them to shuffle along or rely on a stilt-like gait. It's the only way they can get around." * * テつキ THE SHOE has a flat, immovable sole, he said, which prevents the free movement feet must have to function in a healthy manner. Jacobs, who reports to- creased complaints directly related to the new shoe, also says persons wearing platform shoes expose themselves to "skiing-type accidents." The high platform iota and heel with space in between It the most dangerous, he ssysテつサ noting that persons wearing them can catch their foot walking stairs, and precipitate a fracture. "If you caught your heel like that, you would have the same type accident as when skiing," says Jacobs. "You get the sudden jolt--and you could fracture or have a sudden displacement of a bone." The shoe is not flexible, you can't move the sole--and the foot is in a foreign environment, he says, adding: "Joints that should flex when a person walks cannot. 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Shoes for fashionable women Use Your Convenient Charge or BankAmericard 236 CAPITOL STREET PHONE 347-1353 She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Arnett of Virginia Avenue, SE., and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Eslinger of Hillcrest Heights, Md. The Rev. Percy Hagan performed the ceremony and music was furnished by Jane Cucinotta of Alexandria, Va. A reception followed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Catalano on Kanawha Avenue, SE. * * * GIVEN IN marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length A-line silhouette of imported candlelight peau d'- Ange lace and silk organza over bridal peau, styled with a scalloped square neckline, fitted bodice and long sleeves ending in scalloped lace ruffles. Medallions of the same lace embellished the skirt front and formed a full back panel extending into a sweep train. A Camelot cap of lace, silk organza and seed pearls held her lace-bordered, cathedral-length mantilla, and she carried a bouquet of pink rosebuds, cornflowers and babys breath. Mrs. Carl W. Meeks served as matron of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Miss Kelly C a t a l a n o of Charleston, Miss Peggy Hearn of Dublin, Va., and Miss Barbara Zalumas of Yorktown, Va. Anna Maria Catalano and Barbie Kay Brock, both of C h a r l e s t o n , were junior bridesmaid and flowergirl. Reymond Blohm of Blacksburg, Va., was best man and ushers included the bride's brother, David Arnett; her brother - in - law, Clark W. Meeks; David Gibson of Blacksburg; H. Pat Artist of Boston, Mass.; and Stephen Kisacky of Suitland, Md. * * * MR. AND MRS. Eslinger will reside in Blacksburg following a wedding trip to Michigan. She is a graduate of Radford College, having B. A. degree in sociology. A second lieutenant in the Air Force, he earned his B. 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