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August 20, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 70

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12E--Augiut 20, 1972 Sunday Gasette-Mail Owlettei, Weet Vlrtlnl*---- Golf Tops Week's Club Activities Monday Dunbar Chapter 133, Order of Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Durbar Masonic Temple, initiation of candidates, Mrs James W. Bader in charge of social hour. Tiskelwah Chapter 45, Order of Eastern Star, 8 p.m., initiation, hostesses: Mrs. Halen Campbell, Mrs. Joy Harris, Mrs. Anne Michael and Mrs. Pauline Maston. LaLeche League of Charleston and St. Albant, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. Rosemary Sullivan, 1522 Smith Rd. Tuesday Meadowbrook Women's Golf, 8:30 a.m. tee-off 9 a.m., Dutch guest day, coffee and rolls, hostesses: Mrs. Donald Schafer, Mrs. Joe Miller and Mrs Kenneth Giguere. Sleepy Hollow Women's Golf Assn., 9 a.m. tee-off, low putts and first round of club championship tournament, Mrs. George Denton and Mrs. Thomas McCarty hostesses. Kanawha Country Club Ladies Golf, 9 a.m. tee-off, throw out tournament, Mrs. Walter Evans, Mrs. Donald Hey* wood and Mrs. Robert Hunt hostesses. Wednesday Blue HiUs Garden Club, 10 a.m., yard sale at 491S Kanawha Ave., SE. K a n a w h a Country Club Bridge, 9:30 a.m., reservations with Mrs. Wilson Ashley, 864 Alta Rd. Thursday Charleston Quota Club, 6:30 p.m., Daniel Boone Hotel, social meeting. Take Off Pounds Sensibly Karen Louise Mullens Is Bride The Rev. Percy R. Hagea Jr. officiated Saturday afternoon at the First Presbyterian Church when Miss Karen Louise Mullens, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Basil G. Mullens of Gordon Drive, became the bride of Bradley Elmer Layne, son of Elmer Layne of Johnstown, Pa. Music for the double-ring ceremony was played by Mrs. Robert E. Agsten and the bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a long gown of white organza over peau d« soie. The bodice was fashioned with elbow4ength puff sleeves and a square neckline, and ruffles of Valencieme lace bordered the neddtae and bouffant start which swept to a short train. A wide band of Chantilly lace bordered with ruffles of Vafen- cienne lace circled the waist and centered the skirt tod puff sleeves. She won a picture hat of white horsehair trimmed with satin streamers and a satin band. Daisies and baby's breath mads up her cascade bouquet MARY BETH Mullens was maid of honor for her sister MRS. B. E. LAYNE . . former Karen Mullens and bridesmaid was Gail Poling of Baltimore, Md. The bridegroom bad his father as best man. Ushers were R. Michael Mullens, brother of the bride, Hugh Sudduth m of Bluefield 'and Frank Fisher. A reception was held at Ber- ry Hills Country Club with the Mike Fore Trio playing the music. * * * A GRADUATE of George Washington High School, the bride has an A. B. degree in German from West Virginia University and is working on her master's degree 'in reading from the Kanawha Valley Graduate Center. She was a member of Alpha Xi Delta Sorority at WVU and belonged to Angel Flight and Mortar Board. Her husband, a graduate of Bunch High School in Mingo County, received bis master of public administration degree and a B. S. degree in economics from WVU.. He was a member of Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity and the American Society of Public Administration. He is personnel officer for the West Virginia Tax Department Showers were given by Mrs. William Watkins and Mrs. Mary Lee Mullens. A cocktail party and buffet was given by Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Osborne, Mr. and Mrs David R. Williams and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Osbome. Jane Ann Reid Is Bride Of John H. Reed III MRS. J. H. REED m .. . former Jant Reid MQNTGOMERY-Miss Jane Ann Reid, daughter of Mrs. Betty Jo Arbaugh of Charleston and Everett Reid of Charleston, became the bride of John H. Reed in, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Reed Jr. of South Charleston, at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Montgomery Presbyterian Church. The Rev. W. W. Branch Jr. and the Rev. John Campbell officiated and music was provided by Angelo Nunley and John LeMasters. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of silk organza over satin designed with short flared sleeves and an empire bodice Deborah Miller Wed To Fred McPherson The Rev. Charles F. Scragg performed the ceremonty on Friday evening in the Charleston Mountain Mission when marriage vows were exchanged by Miss Deborah Lorella Miller and Fred Lee McPherson. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russel B. Miller, and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Oscar McPherson, all of Dunbar. Traditional music was presented by the organist, Mrs. Catherine Ranson, cousin of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Barbara Ward, vocalist, and a reception followed in the activities building of the church. * * * GIVEN IN marriage by her father, the bride wore a formal A-line gown of peau de soie, with a fitted bodice of rose galoon lace over silk organza, lace bell sleeves and a chapel train of lace. A headpiece of silk organza petals Venise lace and seed pearls held her triple veil of French illusion, and she carried a Bible, a gift from the bridegroom's maternal grandmother, with an orchid marker. Mrs. Jackie Graham was matron of honor and Miss Linda Withrow was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Terri Miller, sister of the bride, Pamela Ransom and Becky Parsons. The bride's niece, Karilene Kuhn of Cincinnati, Ohio, and the bridegroom's cousin, David Ranson, served as flowergirl and ringbearer. * * * THE BRIDEGROOM had his father for best man and ushers included his cousins Ronald Taylor of Bluefield and Handy Lilly of Dunbar; Brown Miller, brother of the bride; Bill Young and Buck Graham. Graduates of Dunbar High School, Mr. and Mrs. McPherson will make their home in Dunbar following a southern wedding trip. She is employed by the Bank of Dunbar. He is a junior physical education major at West Virginia State College and is employed by Trojan Steel Co. MRS. F. L. MCPHERSON .. ·former Deborah Miller trimmed with daisy medallions. Her floor-length illusion veil fell from a Juliet cap of matching organza with the same trim and she carried an heirloom handkerchief which belonged to her great-grandmother, the late Mrs. Rebecca Keaton. Her bouquet was made of roses, pompons and daisies. MISS MARSHA* REID was maid of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Miss Kathy Reid, another sister, Mrs, Marilyn Cooper, her cousin, and Miss Mary Lou Falbo. Brenda and Nancy Reid were junior bridesmaids for their sister. Steve Hoye of Pearisburg, Va., was best man. Ushers were Ellis Reed, of South Charleston the bridegroom's brother, Gary Baker of South Charleston, his cousin, Tom Turner of South Charleston, his brother-in-law; Richard Divita of Montgomery and Duane Kohari of Williamson. Following a reception at the church the couple left for a wedding trip across the country. They will live in Tacoma, Wash., where he will be a first year law student at the University of Puget Sound. » * * MRS. R E E D graduated from Montgomery High School and West Virginia Institute of Technology with an associate degree in secretarial science. She was a member of the Golden Hearts of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity. Her husband has a B. S. in industrial management from WVTT and was a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity. The bride was honored with a shower given by Mrs. Becky Ridenour, Mrs. Mable Musset- to, Miss Mary Lou Falbo, Miss Marilyn Cooper and Mrs. Vicky Rosep. The bridegroom's parents hosted the rehearsal dinner at the Glen Ferris Inn. Enrollments Now Being Accepted 11 tf ^tccredltfd SCHOOL · STYLING 4 TREATMENT CENTER OPEN TO THE PUBLIC COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE I M O D E R N E Q U I P M E N T S f R E E T l E V t ; F 4 C I ! I I I E 5 STATE £ V 5 T F * A V 4 CASK on ;iw£ HMIN{ ·UN M»STf» INSJfU'TO'S -- TEACHING VFN A WOMEN · CUTTING · Wlf.S t · STYLING WIGim · rninoiK,,- ' 501D ' S I Y ; E D · f^OflNf, . f;mo , aUNED · HAIR WEAVING PRIVATE ADVANCED TRAINING CO:/RSF3 WIG SCHOOL DIVISION COMPIFTF Wlc.; TECHNICIAN T R A I N I N G IASIC A ADVANCFO PUTINS . CUTTING · iTYLINO . FFAHICf HIGG/NS OWNffl X DJ'EcrO* 9M QIIAPPIEP 343-8933 Cl«b, 7:30 p.m., Baptist Temple parlor, guests welcome. South Charleston Democratic Women's Ctnb, 7:30 p.m.,. municipal court room, City Hall, all women welcome, Mrs. Bob Scalise, social chairman. Salina Chapter 81, Order of Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Masonic Hall, Maiden, business meeting, social chairman Mrs. Mary Bumgardner. Friday Chit-Chat Club of St. Albans, 5. p.m., pot luck dinner, Villager Apartments. Kanawha Court No. 9, Order of the Amaranth, 8 p.m., 211 Tennessee Ave., Iva and Walter Davis in charge of social hour. St. Albans Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, 7:30 p.m., Masonic Temple. Patricia Lynn Morris Is Married In the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar V. Morris of Dunbar and in the presence of members of the hnnjediat* families, Miss Patricia Lynn Morris became .the bride of Herbert Lee Whittard of 1021 Stadium Place, on Saturday. The Rev. John L. Bradley II officiated. Itoe bride wore a street- length drees of white dotted swiss and a corsage of pink roses. The couple's only attendants were her sister, Miss Teresa Jane Morris, and his brother, tard. w.yne Aiien whit- Yar d Sale Set A RECEPTION followed at the Morris home. The couple will live at 5207 Noyes Ave. Mn. Whittard graduated from Dunbar High School and is employed by Prudential Insurance Co. in South Charleston. Her husband, a graduate of Charleston High School, is an employe of the CP Telephone Co. . M _. for Many interesting and valuable household articles will be featured in a yard sale, scheduled for 10 a.m. Wednesday at 4915 Kanawha Ave., SE. The sale is sponsored by the Blue Hills Garden Club as its annual fund-raising project. MRS. H. L. WHITTARD . . . former Patricia Morris Use Want Ads. Dial 348-4848 RACHEL RUBEN CATERING SERVICE RECEPTIONS FRENCH STYLE-OLD WORLD FLAVOR PH.343.7631 JAMES M.BEDDOW,D. P.M. Announces The Opening Of His Practice Of PODIATRY FOOT SURGERY Suite 214 Medical Arts Bidding Charleston, W.Va. By Appointment Phone 344-9431 CALL US ON THE CARPET 346-5337 3460 "501" OUT OF TOWN CALL COLLECT FerWil-T»-Wil Carpet FULL HOUSE of luxury POPULAR BROADLOOM (choice of up to the minute Carpet Fashions) INSTALLED with Sponge Rubber PADDING 5 complete areas-LIVING ROOM-DINING AREA, BEDROOM AREA, KITCHEN HALL, all completely INSTALLED. 54 square yards including Sponge Rubber padding. Pricei bated en room «iie (down. 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