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SE--Augutt 20, 1972 Sunday G " Chtrfantn, C laaette-Mail Wnt Vlrtlnli-- Charlestonians Traveling Here and Abroad Two Chartoston couples wtoo Me each other often at their homes h e r e -- t h e Edward W. Rugeley Jrs. and the Thomas 0. O'Briens--chose a different and faraway locale for their most recent get-together. Earlier this month, the foursome met for a week's visit at the home of Mrs. O'Brien's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andre Wuatelet, in the city of La Rochelle on the west coast of France. Mrs. O'Brien, a native of France, spent a part of the summer with her parents, as she has for several years, taking along the three young O'Briens, Thomas, Christopher and Caroline. Her husband joined them for the last two weeks of their stay, and they all returned Thursday to their home on South Homewood Drive. The Rugeleys joined them in La Rochelle after spending the first few days of their European trip in Paris, and after their visit there, went on to another seaside resort, La Baule, on the southern French coast, which Mrs. Rugeley describes as "one of the few beautiful places in France still undiscovered by tourists." she is a member of the Colonial Dames and Town and Country Garden Club. The Farrar home at 1515 Bridge Rd. has been bought by Dr. and Mrs. John T. Bonham, who will move there soon with their seven-year-old son, John Tandy II. They are now staying at the Bonham Farm on Woodward Drive, having recently returned from their winter home in Pompano Beach, Fla. Dr. Bonham is employed as an auditor at the Boca Rotan Hotel and Beach Club and will return to his duties there in October. MRS. JESSE H. Hain, who has been visiting her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Ray of Oglethorpe Road, left "Friday for her home in Selma, Ala. Miss Ann Ray will leave today for El Paso, Tex., where she will be the guests of two Hollins College classmates, Miss Janie Schwarz and Miss Nancy Driver. Mrs. A. D. Ellison Jr. of Jane Street returned Monday f r o m Poughkeepsie, N.Y., where she was the guest of her brother and sister-in-law, PIERRE CHEVALIER and Here they were guests of M. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wyrick, and Mme. Pierre Chevalier. "and Pittsburgh, Pa., where she was the guest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mrs. Rugeley first met some Davis Jr. She was accompa- years ago when both were nied on the trip by her mother, Mrs. Paul L. Taylor of Louisville, Ky., and en route home, they stopped in Athens, Ohio, to see tie closing performance of "Fiddler on the Roof" presented at Ohio University by the Obin Valley Summer Theatre. Mrs. Ellison's daughter, Miss Greer graduate students at the University of Rennes in France, where she studied under a Fulbright scholarship after graduating from Hollins College. It was through M. Chevalier mat the Rugeleys first met the O'Briens soon after the latter couple established their home in Charleston. He is a cousin of Mrs. O'Brien, and when he heard she would be Ellison, played the flute in the three-piece instrumental group featured in the production. Greer, a flute major at Ober- living in Charleston, told her Ln Conservatory 'in Ohio~ls to be sure to took ap his good now visiting her grandmother friend, Mrs. Rugeley, who he had known as Gina Hanscom in Rennes. After leaving France, the Rugeleys spent a few days in London and from there left for the States. Before returning to their home on Sweetbrier Road last Monday, they went to pick up their 11-year-old son Ned, who visited his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanscom. at their summer home in Winthrop, Maine, while his parents were in Europe. * * * GEN. JACK W. Blair, West Virginia's Adjutant General, and Mrs. Blair recently became grandparents, and she returned Wednesday night to their home on Linden Road after going to La Porte, Tex., to see their first grandchild, a boy. The baby was born there July 26 to Capt. and Mrs. Jack W. Blair Jr., and has been named William Landon Blair. Young Mrs. Blair is the former Miss Carolyn Bagwell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bagwell of Fishersville Va., formerly of Morgantown. Mrs. William A. Benfield Jr., wife of the First Presbyterian Church minister, is a patient at the National Institute of Health in Bethesda, Md., where she was admitted July 17 after having been in Charleston Memorial Hospital for two weeks. The church congregation has granted Dr. Benfield an indefinite leave of absence so he can be with bis wife while she undergoes treatment. Mrs. Benfield's address is c-o National Institute of Health, Clinical Center, 13 East, Bethesda, Md., 20014. * * * MRS. F. F. Hyre of Virginia Street will leave.today to visit her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Hyre Jr., and their children, Frank HI, Doug and Frannie, in Roanoke, Va. Frannie, who is 11, has been ill since July and, with her mother, will leave Monday for Memphis, Tenn., for a second course of treatments at St. Jude's Children's Hospital. The Hyres recently moved to their new home in Roanoke, at 3002 Bancroft Dr. Miss Ann Dudley Underbill of Denver, Colo., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Underbill of Grosscup Road. Mrs. John Hartong will leave Monday for her home in Clarendon Hills, 111., after a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Nash of Loudoo Heights Road. MR. AND MRS. William C. Farrar, who have been residents of Charleston and other West Virginia cities for 35 years, are leaving later this week to make their future home in Danville, Va., where their new address will be 205 Westhampton Rd. She is a native of Danville, and he is also a native Virginian, from Richmond. Mr. Farrer, now retired, was formerly employed in the engineering department of the C. and P. Telephone Co. and he and his family have also lived in Wheeling, Huntington and Martinsburg. The couple has one daughter, Caroline, now married to Michael Conley, son of Mr. and Mrs. James S. Conley of Colonial Way. Caroline and Mike live in Scottsdale, Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. Farrar have been active ;n this community. They belong to SI. John's Episcopal Church and (he Charleston Rose Society, ?H aunt spent a month traveling in Italy. Yn. 2.C. John D. Drumheil er, USN, who has been stationed in Naples, Italy, for the last three years, has been here on leave for several weeks, the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Drumheller of B r i a r w o o d Road. He is leaving (his weekend to visit friends in Atlanta, Ga., and Washington, D. C., before reporting for his next duty in Athens, Greece, on Sept. 1. * * 4 MR. AND MRS. Oris Smallridge returned last week to their home on Bougemont Road after a three-week visit with their daughter, Miss Jane SmaMdge in San Francisco, Oalif., and Seattle, Wash. Janie met her parents in San Francisco, where they were guests at the Sir Francis Drake Hotel, and accompanied them on trips to Carmel .Â·?.nd Monterey. Afterwards, they flew to Seattle, where .Jarrie 'has lived for two years, and continued their sightseeing.' whichjncluded a boat trip to Victoria, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. F. Paul Chambers of Wood Road returned last week from a three-week European trip. They tourned southern Europe, visiting Rome, Florence, Venice, Innsbruck, Lucerne and Paris, and then went to London for a week's stay with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Walters. They returned to the States on the "S. S. Queen Elizabeth II". Miss Marta Lilja of Stockholm, Sweden, who was a Rotary high school exchange student here four years ago, is spending several weeks as the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Shepherd of Virginia Street, with whom she stayed part of the time during her their home on Forest Road after spending several days with Dr. and Mrs. Nelson Shankfe in Nashville, Ten. Miss K a t h y Moore of Greensboro, N. C., will arrive today to visit her grandmother, Mrs. S. L. Flournoy of the Town House Apartments. She has just returned from an European tour, and next month will enter Salem College, Winston-Salem, N. C. ton Road after spending the past three weeks in North and South Carolina. She spent the first two at the Presbyterian Conference Center in Montreat, N.C., where she attended the World Missions Conference and, as a member, the annual patrons' dinner. Mrs. Thompson is also on two Montreat boards: those of Anderson College and the Mountain Retreat Assn. She then went to visit her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Young of Charlotte, at their summer cottage on Lake Wylie, Clover, S. C. Mrs. Young and her children, Nancy, David, Susan and Steven, are arriving today for a week's visit with Mrs. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. L. Newton Thomas Jr. and their sons and daughters, Newton III, Kim, Kathy, Nancy and Addison, returned Saturday to their home on Newton Road after a two weeks' vacation at West Chop, Martha's Vineyard, Mass. * * * MRS. ISSAC Kershaw returned Thursday to her home in Philadelphia, Pa., after a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley H. Rose of Burkewood Place. Miss Mary Wilson and Miss Eleanor Thomasson of Staunton Avenue and Miss Vada Bamett of Noyes Avenue returned last week from a three weeks' tour of Europe. They first visited London and other places in southern England; then took a motor trip through Italy, stopping to sightsee in Rome, Naples, Capri, Flor- Edward H. Casto, Mr. and Mrs .Arthur J. Daniel, Mr. and Mrs. James R. Figgatt, Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Fisher, Mi. and Mrs. John Gandee, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Goetz, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Goldman, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hackney, Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge Hager, Mrs. Pribble A. Hanna, Mrs. Odessa Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Harmon, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Holmes. * Â» * MR. AND MRS. Roger W. Magaw, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. McElhaten, Mrs. tlene M. Moore, Mrs. Lillian P. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. James W. Patton, Ben Alson Polsue, John Sarrett, Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Sarrett, Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Shepard, Mr. and STEVE WEHRLE, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Wehrle Jr. of Lower Chester Mrs- Clarence L. Stridden, Rd., and Jim Elkin, son of Dr. Mr. and Mrs. David E. Thomas, Dennis R. Vaughan, Mr. and Mrs. Layward S. Watts, and Mrs. Paul Elkin of Loudon Heights Road, will leave Friday for Boulder, Colo., where they will be juniors at the University of Colorado. They are transferring from Denison University, Granville, Ohio. A personal welcome by London's Town Crier, official representative of the city's Lord Mayor, was an opening feature of the program planned for the recent "Paris and London Carnival" plane tour sponsored by Beni Kedem Shrine Temple of Charleston for Shriners and their immediate families. The list of travelers, 129 in all, included the Beni Kedem Potentate and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. George G. Kerr of Clendenin, and the Chief Rab- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wellman, Mr. and Mrs. Basil E. Whit- ange City, Fla. Mrs. J. R. Buckle of Richmond, Vs., is visiting hw mother, Mrs. V. Eugene Hoi- combe of Quanier Street. Anthony Romano, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Romano of Kanawha City, spent his summer vacation in Charleston, traveled to Clarksburg to visit his grandmother, uncles and aunts and spent several days in Huntington. Sam D'Elia, who teaches at Laval High School with Anthony in Montreal, Canada, flew to Charleston to accompany Romano to Alexandria, Va., where Romano visited his godchild From there, the two went to Wildwood, N.J. and to Cape Cod and arrived in Canada on Saturday. * * * OUT-OF-TOWN guests attending the wedding Saturday of Miss Carol Ann Olian to Donald Henry Sailer were Lt. and Mrs. John H. Jarrterr Jr. of Alexandria, Va., Mr. and Mrs. Guy Porco of Whittaker, of Clifton, N.J., Mrs. Angela Bower of Garfield, N.J., Mrs. Virginia Bays and family of Cleveland, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miragliotta and Kim of (Pteaw tuni tÂ» Page ME) .tiu, * MUU *T** h? AÂ«U0U J^l, * f UAt, AIM, 0i V4UJ A. VI. ^.W V* Â»Â»UJlfbCUKCK J tington, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wikel ence and Venice. They also ban, Dr. Marion F. Jarrett, v i s i t e d Austria, Germany, and Mrs. Jarrett, of this city. ~ " " William A. Briscoe served as tour director and was also in Louisville. Barry Ogrin of Charleston was lead pianist -., , . ,.. . . . c . , and assistant musical director ** last of ^ month to Stock for the production. DR. AND MRS. \V. Owen McMillan of Kanawha Avenue will return today from Richmond, Va., where they attended the wedding of Miss Adajr tlepage, which took place Saturday at the Second Presbyterian Church and was followed by a reception at the home of the bride's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Philip Oden, on Apache Road. They also attended a supper party after the reception given by the groom's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Ashby Allen. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Littlepage, of St. David's, Pa., both former Charlestonians. His mother is the former Miss Emily Maxwell of this city and Clarksburg. Miss Barbie Baer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Baer II of Thomas Circle, returned Tuesday from a six- week visit to Spain and next month will continue her studies at George Washington High School. She was a member of a student group sponsored by the Choate School in Wallingford, Conn., and they spent a month in Malaga at- holm, where she is now an architctural student at the Royal Institute of Technology. The Shepherds have also had as their guest Mrs. S. A. Caperton, who returned Monday to her home in Beckley. * * * MR. AND MRS. .Malcolm (Mack) Butterfield, ex-Char- lestonians now living in Louisiana, are returning to their home this weekend from a three-week tour of the Scan- danavian countries. Butterfield was manager of Edgewood Country Club for several years and, after retiring from that job, was a member cf the Charleston Planning Commission. Two years ago, he and his wife sold their home in South Hills and moved to Bas- trbp, La., where their address is RFD 3, Box 2. Earlier this summer, the Butterfields went to New Mexico to visit their son-in-law and daughter, Lt. and Mrs. Frank G. Selbe HI, who became parents of their first child, a boy, on May 25. Lt. Selbe is stationed at Holloman AFB, N. M., and his wife is the former Miss Kitty Butterfield of Charleston. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell H. Moore and daughter, Wendy, of Wichita, Kan., formerly of tending classes and touring the Charleston, left Wednesday to city. After the course ended, visit in Clarksburg after they traveled through Spain, visiting seven other cities. MRS. W. GOODRIDGE Sale of Fort Hill Drive has returned from Nag's Head. N.C., where she had a cottage for two weeks and entertained her four daughters, one son, a daughter-in-law and their families. Those attending the beach house party were Mr. and Mrs. R. Page Henley Jr. and their three children, of Bedford Road, Mrs. Walter Wilson and her two daughters of Hampton, Va., Mrs. David Barber of New Haven, Conn., Mr. and Mrs. Steve Johnson of Denver, Colo., the Rev. and Mrs. Anderson Sale and their infant son of Richmond, Va., and Mrs. William G. Sale and two daughters of Nashville, Tenn. Joining them for several days there were Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Payne III and their two children of Lindy Road,-- Â· Mr. and Mrs. Holcomb? Adams Jones of Naples, Fla., formerly of Charleston, have returned to their home after spending several days here visiting friends. They were guests at Marvin's Midtown Motel. Jones was formerly associated with the Carbon Fuel Co. * * Â« MRS. ROBERT E. Lynch and her three daughters, Shawhan and Mary Alves (twins) and Lisa, are spending the weekend with Mrs. Benjamin B. Brown at her home on Wood Road and will return Monday to their home in Arlington, Va. Mrs. Lynch is the former Miss Mary Helen Shawhan of Charleston. Mrs. Stephen C. Voorhees and her daughter and son, Sara and Peter, cf Quincy Lane have returned from Myrtle Beach, S.C., who" they spent, a week at The Breakers. Kiss Mary Barron Gallaher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Gallaher III of Briarwood Road, returned last week from London. England, where she has benn living for the past year -vifh her mint, Mrs. Jean Rick'.'nbaekcr Man- ' ning of Columbia. S.C. Before spending several days as guests" of Mr. and Mrs. 0. Carroll Dobbins at their home on Summit Drive. This weekend they are driving to Myrtle Beach, S.C. for a week's stay and will be joined there by their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Moore. Rodney has just completed studies for a master's degree in guidance counseling at Appalachian State University in Boone, N.C. * Â· * MRS. THOMAS L. Flynn Jr., of Edgartown, Martha's V i n e y a r d , Mass., arrived Thursday for a week's visit, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Dana Smith of Norwood Road. She is the former Miss Elizabeth Smith. Dr. and Mrs. William 0. McMillan Jr. and their three young sons, Owen, Stuart and Edward, returned Saturday to Lichtenstein, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Belgium, and their itinerary included a boat trip on the Rhine and another on the Danube. Their last stop was Paris, from where they left by plane for the return trip. Miss Nancy Bird, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Bird Jr. of Thomas Circle, left Tuesday for Atlanta, Ga., where she will reside in the Boston Commons Apartments on Roswell Road. She has accepted a position in the boutique of the new Neiman-Marcus branch store just opened in the Lennox Square Shopping Center. Mrs. E. W. Rugeley of Highland Road returned Thursday from Walloon Lake, Mich., where she was the guest of Mrs. Edward Hermann for a week. * * * DR. AND MRS. Marion F. Jarrett of Forest Drive returned last week after spending several weeks in Europe. After taking the Shriners' tour of London and Paris, they left the group and went to Vienna, to visit her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Falls Jr., who are living there while Falls completes a U. N. assignment. Miss Anne Goshorn, daughter of Mrs. William B. Goshorn of 1546-B Quarrier St., will leave Saturday to reside in Athens, where she will be at home at 108 N. State St. She has accepted a faculty position at Hinton High School for this year, and will teach French courses. Anne received her master's in French from West Virginia University in May, and spent the early part of the summer as an instructor for a university summer study program in Deauville, France, Mrs. Hugh G. Thompson has returned to her home on New- was accompanied by his wife. In London, the Shriners were guests at the Royal Garden Hotel. During their stay, they visited most of the city's famous landmarks, went to Stratford-on-Avon, and spent one evening at "Talk of the Town," a leading supper club. * * * DURING THEIR four - day visit in Paris, the touring West Virginians stayed at the Inter-Continental Hotel. Here they also participated in a round of sightseeing, attended the "Follies Bergere," had dinner at "Rotisserie de la Reine Pedauque" one night and visited the "Moulin Rouge" nightclub. Others from the Charleston area were Mr. and Mrs. Gus N. Addington Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John M. Akers Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Fennell Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Ball, Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Barnett, Bessie M. Barnett, Mr. and Mrs. Glendale J. Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Don Bell, Mae Bell, Myrtle Beulike, Mr. and Mrs. F. Wilkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Jess W. Williams, and Mrs. Mary M. Withers. Also, Needham H. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell F. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. J. George Deitz, Mr. and Mrs. James H. Frankhand, Louie Fonduk, Thomas H. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Morgan, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Nelson, all of Huntington; Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Allen, David L. Ambler Jr. and Franklin H. Jones, of Hurricane; Mr.and Mrs. Herbert E. 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