Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 20, 1972 · Page 68
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August 20, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 68

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10E--Augiut 20, 1972 Sunday Ck*rMM«k W*tf Virgin!*-Jeanell Snodgrass Bride In Diamond Church Rite Miss J e a n e l l Snodgrass, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Snodgrass of Diamond became the bride of Wesley Muncy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter 0. Mimcy of Belle, at 7 p.m. Friday in the Diamond United Methodist Church. The Rev. James W. Holtsclaw performed the double-ring ceremony and music was provided by Mrs. Kay Steele and Gerald Bowen. Given in marriage by her MRS. WESLEY MUNCY .. former Jeanell Snodgrast father the bride wore * floor- leegth gown fashioned with a basque bodice of Rochelle lace with a high scalloped neckline and long bishop sleeves with deep cuffs accented with seed pearls. The organza bouffant skirt was styled with a redingote which was bordered with the same lace and she wore a cathedral-length lace mantilla. · * * MBS. KENNETH HAYS was matron of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Nancy Estep, Sander Turner, Jane Turner and Tammie Muncy, sister of the bridegroom. Barbara Dawn Hays, niece of the bride, and Todd Muncy, cousin of the bridegroom, were flowergirl and ringbearer. The bridegroom's father served as best man. Ushers were Bob Holiday, Greg Reinheart and Randy Chaddwick. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Carter Caves, Ky. They will live at 3343% Fifth Ave., DuPont City. Mr. and Mrs. Muncy graduated from D u P o n t High School. She also graduated from Carver Career and Technical Center and is employed by Don's Barber Shop on Campbell's Creek. He is an employe of the Kroger Co. in Belle. Charlestonians on the Go (Continued From Page 8E) Milton, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Danny Bean of Stollings, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Rudowsky and family of Towaco, N.J., Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schmidt of Livingston, N.J., Mr. and Mrs. Warren Grunstra and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Horwath and family, all of Riverdale, N.J., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoppel, Mr. and Mrs. William Rosendale and family, Mrs. G. Winne and family, all of Kinnelon, N.J., Mr. and Mrs. John Gabler of West Patterson, N.J., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dittrick and Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Garfield, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Paladino of Ogdensburg, N.J., Mr. and Mrs. John Messerian and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ruth and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jones, all of Huntington. * * · MRS. EARL Raines of Oak Ridge Drive has returned from a four week tour of Europe accompanied by her daughter and grandson, Mrs. Virginia McCowan and Glenn, of Falls Church, Va.; and son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Webb and children. Their lour included G e r m a n y , Austria,' Italy, Switzerland, Belgium, France, Holland and Luxembourg. A highlight was a drive through East Germany to Berlin. Attending the wedding on Saturday of Linda Cheryl Botzong and William Davis Ireland II were Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Dowling of Shreveport, La., Mrs. Patsy Roy of Bossier City, La., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoover and family of Youngstown, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cox of Pearisburg, Va., Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ireland of St. Marys and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ireland of Parkertfourg. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Safreed of South Charleston and Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Safreed Jr. and children Patty and Richard of Summersville have returned to their homes after attending the wedding of Robert John Safreed to Kathy Flinn in St. Aloysius Church, Caldwell, N.J. Out-of-town guests attending the wedding of Miss Theresa Elizabeth Naples and Bernard Lee Todd included Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Conner of Mount Vernon, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Conner and Mr. and Mrs. William Conner of Charlotte, N.C. * * * MR. AND MRS. James Mooney and sons Brent and Gary of Glendora, Calif., have returned home after visiting with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Okejy Sevy of Branch Street, and his mother, Mrs. Ona Mooney of Hilltop, South Park Road. Col. E. T. Lemon (ret.) and Mrs. Lemon, of Melbourne, Fla., are visting Mrs. Lemon's mother, Mrs. Vernon A. Miller of Staunton Avenue. Arriving today for a visit with Mrs. Miller will be her son, Col. Ivan J. Ely (ret.)., Mrs. Ely and son Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas M. Guy Jr. and son Mason of Cleveland, Tenn., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Ross of Chappell Road this week. · · * OUT-OF-TOWN guests at the wedding on Saturday of Miss Karen Louise Mullens and Bradley Elmer Layne in- eluded Mrs. E. Hugh Sudduth and Barbara Sudduth of Bluefield, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Mullens, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Brennan and Dani Brennan and Teresa Brennan of Miami, Fla., Mrs. Nena Board and Mrs. Mary Lang, Kingsville, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey P. WaM of Austintown, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Gary R. Edwards, Huntington; Mrs. William M. Miller, Dayton, Ohio; William Mullens, Hanover, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Poling, Baltimore, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe T. Colemans, Knoxville, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. Allen C. Dills, Norfolk, Va.; Chuck Wehner, Kingwood; Mary Kay Doullard, Severna Park, Md.; and Mr. and Mn. George Shearer, Winchester, Ky. Billy Meinets of South Charleston has returned to his home after visiting in New York. He and his cousin, Andy Nelson of St. Albans, visited Dr. W. H. Nelson Jr. and family in Hartford, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nelson Sr. of St. Albans are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson and family in Pensacola, Fla. * · * ATTENDING THE wedding on Friday of Miss Brenda Kay Smith and Russell Lee Harkins were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ruppert of Troy, Mr. and Mrs. Oarsie Smith and Mrs. Eula Ruppert of West Union, Mr. and Mrs. Mancil Smith, Charlotte Smith and Fannie Smith of Parkersburg, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shulee and Linda Shulee of Akron, Otio, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Donohue of Indianapolis, Ind.. Miss Terry Penwick of Reynoldsburg, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Russell and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Russell of Chesapeake, Ohio, Mrs. Ellen Grubb of Iron ton, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Layhew of Columbus, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. John Shuler and Jane Shuler of Pliny, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Young and Larry Young of Hurricane, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Shell, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Newell, Darlene Chapman and Mrs. Retha Shuler of Point Pleasant, and Mrs. Lyda Mathes, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Holley and Mrs. Nettie May of Huntington. Guests at the wedding on Aug. 12 in Indianapolis, Ind. of Vanita Mae Sellmer and Eugene Munro were Mrs. Basil R. Wolfe, Mrs. Leonard Trent, Mrs. R. H. Garrett, Mrs. Edwin Townsend, Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Westfall and daughter, Tamsin, of Dunfoar; Mrs. Clarence Herndon and Mrs. Ernest Vance of Charleston and Mrs. Edwin Townsend of Nitro. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. George W. Sellmer of Indianapolis. Mrs. Sellmer is the former Miss Rosalind WestfaM of Charleston. Beauty Said PHONE 342-7137 Develop a Great Line BACK TO SCHOOL CUT V N'STYLE $5.00 BUDGET PERM $8.88 U*« Your Charge Account · No Appointment N«ca*«ary Female Cattle-Buyer Copes With Her Male Competition 50th Milestone Nears An open reception is planned from 2 to 6 p.m. on Aug. 27 in the Lake Chaweva Clubhouse near Cross Lanes to honor Mr. and Mrs. Roy S. Martin as they celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. Maried by the Rev. W. A. Grogg in Ronceverte on Aug. 30, 1922, she is the former Maude McClung and he is a retired carpenter. They are parents of five children, Arnold L. Martin and Mrs. Merle George of Charleston; Mrs. Eleanor Sergent of Lake Chaw- eva; Mrs. Phyllis Tucker of St. Albans; and Mrs. Glenavie Smith of Puyallup, W a s h . Completing the family are 13 grandchildren and t w o great- grandchildren. BRANTFORD, Canada When Ruth BortSctt stated buying cattle, she says her male competition minded. "They used to give me a rough time, but not any more. "They would make wisecracks about some of the calves I bought. Sometimes they would run me up in the bidding and try to leave me stuck with too high a price. That doesn't happen too much now." Mrs. Bartlett is believed to be the only woman cattle order buyer in Canada. She started 1 years ago, buying for the farm she and her husband Ray have at Hagers- villa. "I had been buying some calves for ourselves, when one of the buyers for Monarch suggested I buy for them. I've been buying ever since. ORDER *BU*YING involves knowing what her customers want. One firm may like lean calves, another may want a little more finish or a heavier weight. A cattle buyer must be able to appraise the weight of a calf when it walks into the ring. When the bids 90 cent* a pound for a veal calk that weighi 2tt pound*, that's $120 of someone else's money she i* spending. She may buy 60 or 70 calves a day, and a cent a pound can affect a packer's profit or loss. Mrs. Bartlett has become the biggest buyer at local auction centers, and she says that brings its own problems. She says she has to be careful that she is not "run up" by someone who knows her buying power. She also has to allow the competition to buy some calves. "It works both ways." BIRTHS Mr. md Mrs. Dwmls R. Vme* Sr., Gram v«ll«y Dr., St. AfetmTJuty II, boy. Mr. uni Mri. D»vW C. Blr* ir., Rt. 1, St. AHMns, July 19, boy. , Mr. mri Mrs. PhllHp M. MMks, Po», July 1*. boy. Mr. and Mn. Larry w. Jirrtft, ID Rlvtnld* Dr.. Lot 5, St. Albara, July if, Qirl. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas w. WMtt $r., 2501 Grant Av»., St. Albtns, July 20,bov. Mr, and Mr*. Rooer Date Shwh, uH, WlnffeM, July 20, girt. Mr. and Mrs. James f. Love IV, 312 Virginia Ave., St. Albana, July 20, toy. Mr and Mcs. Stephen W. Cobb, tt»'/i MacCorfcl* Ave., South Charleston, July Mr. and Mrs. MUftael 0. Hum, Hft, Sprtngagle Rd., Hurricane,. July 20. girt. his Week's Shoppers August 18 thru 26 GENERAL®ELECTRIC * %_' ?1 SEE ras=?sSSs5 Z3Xg£~ · Roll* out on wheel* ·*-:£;£££ CUSTOMER CARE... 1? SERVICE EVERYWHERE BADMINTON SET Net and Poles 10 YEAH LtXAH 9 OUTDOOB CASK K«|riKMMnl Wvrmir ElielriclM*N*ouC«o«r Cltfl Cl'fv · ID »t»f Plilf fa»hione«. e SMS* ·.==· - 1 fi" COLOR TV I U DIAGONAL $ 299* · VHP Pre-ief Fine Tuning ' Sp«e»ro4rit«TM . 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