Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 16, 1974 · Page 76
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 76

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 16, 1974
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Jut** 16,1974 Sttiwfcv Festivities, Visits Bring Travelers to City By DM Y Matt* ws Patecr IV/epAo** $42-1010 An AU-Araerican with a "One World" flavor will take place at coca Saturday in St. Timothy's Lutheran Church at Spring Hill, when Miss Laura Jane Richman. only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Richman of St. Albans, will be married to Harris Warren Goldfarb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldfarb of Philadelphia. Pa. The bride-to-be is a German Lutheran and her fiance is Jewish. The officiating minister, the Rev. Richard Mahan. pastor of the church, is Lebanese and the best man. Jim Demos, is a native of Greece now Jiving in Chicago. Caterer for the wedding reception at the Kim Tiki will be David LeLong. of Oriental parentage. And the rehearsal dinner on Friday night will be catered by Mrs. Rachel Ruben, a native of French Morocco, who plans to serve a variety of exotic French. Arabian and Jewish dishes. The rehearsal party will be given by the bridegroom's parents at the Richman home. Both of the bridal attendants are from other cities. They, will be Miss Ginger Al- tork of Miami, Fla., maid of honor, and Miss Barbara Guzman of Chicago. The date for the Goldfarb- Richman marriage originally was planned to coincide with Mr. and Mrs. Richman's silver wedding anniversary, but had to be postponed for a vari- ety 0! reasoes. Mr. aad Mrs Rkianan were married Juae i, »#, at St. Tinwtfey's. tee firs; couple to fee married in that church. * * * MR. AND MRS. Frank L. Field Jr. and their eight-y«ar- old son. Frank Laidley Field 111. residents of Harbel, Liberia. Africa, for the last four years, will arrive Wednesday to visit his mother, Mrs. Virginia C. Field of the Imperial Towers Apartments. Comptroller of the Firestone Plantation in Harbel, Field is now on annual leave from his duties and he and his family have been traveling in Europe since May 5, having visited Portugal, England and Ireland.After arriving in the United States last week, they were guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis O'Leary of Boston. Mass., and this weekend they are in Akron, Ohio with friends. Before returning to Africa early in August, the Fields plan to visit other friends and relatives in this country, including his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Garth E. Neville of Old Hickory, Tenn., near Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Elden returned Monday to their home "Toporock", One Ramu Road, after two weeks of European travel including stays in Lisbon, Madrid, Athens, Rome and Dubrovnik. They were with other members of the American Institute of Architects, the tour being a post- convention feature of the an- ·ual AIA meeting in Washing- toa, and iR the five cities visited there were conferences with architectural groups. * * · MIL AND MRS. Ham- N. Casto are moving Monday to their new home at 1506 Gats Creek Rd. Their former home at 736 Myrtle Rd. now is owned by Mr. and Mrs. Ladd M. Kochman, who resided in Chilton Manor and will be moving to their home this week. The Castes' son, Tom, has been in Myrtle Beach, S.C.. with Jerry Huffman. Park Wolfe and Bob Orders, and they will return here today. Six-month-old Katie Smith has been staying with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Dana Smith of Norwood Road, for a week while her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Smith Jr.. have been visiting in Williamsburg and Richmond, Va. They will arrive here today and return to their home in Indianapolis, Ind. Mrs. Everett W. Squire has moved to the Resmarlite Apartment? .on/ Oakwood Road. Hefprrh"er home at 2025 Quarrier St. is now owned by U. S. District Judge K. K. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Muehlman of Ridgeview Road and Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Alexander of Upper Ridgeway Road will return today from Wheeling, where they spent several days with Mrs. Muehlman's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Williams. TAILOR MADE SUITS-SLACXS-SPORTCOATS Be the proud owner of a custom made suit. Made for your taste. Several patterns to choose from. -We also make alterations."JOE THE TAILOR" Custom Tatori Rentals 703 Fife Street Phone 346-0141 MRS. MARK M. Wenner will return Monday to her home in St. Louis, Mo., after' spending several days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. John D. Smallridge of Bougemont Road. Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Woody and small son, Ruffner, returned Saturday from Virginia Beach, Va., where they spent a week with his parents, Col. and Mrs. Charles Woody of Richmond, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Smith and children, Laura and Liana, have returned to Lansing, Mich., after a week's visit with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Hwnffcreys of Wai- grove. While here, the former Chariestoaiacs attended a reunion of the Arthur family. Mr. and Mrs. Linwood f. Wells Jr. and children, Linette and Ted, returned Wednesday to their home in Richmond, Va., after a week's visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.T. Wells of Abney Circle and Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Wilcox of Noyes Avenue. Mrs. Frank Shelton of Staunton Avenue has returned from Chicago, 111., where she was the guest of her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Curry, for three weeks. * * * MR. AND MRS. John E. Dawkins and their children, Carol, Barbara and David, will leave today after visiting their parents. Dr. and Mrs. Spencer T. Bivens of Virginia Avenue and Mrs. Frances Warne Dawkins of Bridge Road, for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Dawkins now are living at 329 Redwood Dr., Marietta. Ga. 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Mr. and Mrs. Jones entertained the group for dinner Friday night and luncheon and dinner on Saturday, and the Pritchards will have a breakfast today at their home. Swimming and golf and tennis games were arranged for the younger people during their stay. Guests at the Pritchard home are their other daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. M i c h a e l Scales of Blacksburg, Va., and also Mr. and Mrs. William J, Pritchard and daughter, Ginger, of Fort Thomas, Ky., and Mr. and Mrs. John C. Pritchard of Atlanta, Ga. Among other family members here for the occasion are Mr. and Mrs. A. Boyd Pritchard and their son and daughter, William Boyd and Libby. of Fort Myers Beach, Fla., formerly of Charleston; Mrs. Thomas Pritchard of Grundy, Va., Mrs. Frank Walters and Mrs. Jane Cobb of Tulsa, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Frank McDermot of Wilmington, Del., Mrs. Jack Shaver of Maurertown, Va., Mrs: Joseph C. Broadus and Miss Ann Elizabeth Broadus of New York City, Miss Beverly Becker of Washington, D.C., and William Pritchard III of Tucson, Ariz. Also, Mr. and Mrs. William Pritchard Becker of Logan, Mr and Mrs. Newton Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert D. Peck and Miss Cheddie Pritchard Peck, all of Huntington, Henry. Glenn and Robert Glenn of Bluefield, Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Bowen,. Mr. and Mrs. Tucker Butts and children, Mri and Mrs. Michael Danko and children and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bowen, all of Bramwell. MRS. RUTH Davis King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Davis of Marmet, has accepted a position with the University Hospital in Morgantown. She was graduated cum laude last month with a B. S. degree in medical technology from the West Virginia University school of medicine. A former Charlestonian, Mrs. Chris Lindner Stone of Petersburg, Va., graduated Saturday from Dabnev Lancaster Community College in Clifton Forge. Va. A graduate of Charleston Catholic High School and a former employe of McMillan Hospital, Mrs. Stone returned to school last year to complete her nursing degree. In September she will £e employed by Delmar State Hospital in Petersburg where her husband, Don. will be employed by the Bank of Virginia, Petersburg Branch. He is a graduate of Marshall University. Mr. and Mrs. Stone and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Lindner of Charleston, will be honored at an open house given by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Stone St., at their home in Covington. Va. Out-of-town guests at the wedding on June 8 in Madison of Linda Gail Anderson and H. Leon Ben-Ezra included Miss Pam Watts of Oxford. Pa.. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Green of Blockville. N.Y.. Mark and Paul Phillips, of Vienna. Mr. nd Mrs. Fay Lathrop of Falconer. N.Y.. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Slam and children. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson and Mrs. Marie Anderson of Jamestown. N.Y.. Mr. and MISS MARY Douglas:; Young who teaches special ed- ! ucation in Louisa; Ky.. returned from a vacation in Ha- j waii on Saturday and. will visit,' her. mother, Mrs. DonniplP. Vaughan Dearing. of Imperial Towers. She will;spen4 die summer with^in- :.-· law and sister, Dr. and Jfrs.-/ Antonia Bardelas of* Baltimore, Md., where he is.6fi the · staff of Johns Hopkinsr Uniy-- ersity Hospital. Miss-Young and Mrs. Bartalas will teach ' special education at Johns . Hopkins University for two months during the summer. Mrs. Bartelas is the former Sallie K e n n e d y Y o u n g of',-. Charleston, f - Attendingjthe wedding on Saturday of Miss Tonya Rae a*i it Bred Parker *eie Mr. art Mis O R , Barker of UMOA, Mrs Mary Etta South of GreeaviUe, Mr. j*d .Mrs. 0- A. Lytten of Princeton, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Alvis. Derk Alvis, Len Alvis,, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parker, Frederick Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parker of Athens. 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