Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 10, 1975 · Page 29
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 29

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 10, 1975
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3C- August 10, 1975 Sui oarieiiB, ifiesj Virginia ---- Women Schedule Activities for Week Married 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. William G. Kirk will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open reception at 7:30 p. m. on Friday at Mahone Chapel Church at Ashford. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk were married on August 15. 1925 at Costa. Mrs. Kirk is the former Margaret Harless. He is retired after 32 years service with the -E. I. Dupont de nemours Co. Their children are William L. Kirk of Langhorne. Pa.. Gene Kirk and Joyce Ann Keffer of Ravenswood, Glennis Kirk of Phoenix, Ariz., Darrell Kirk of Wauconda, 111., and Marilyn Gaunch of South Charleston. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk have 14 grandchildren and three great- grandchildren. Paula Rae Graham Bride Of Gary Allen Blackshire ; Miss Paula Rae Graham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Robert J. Graham of 1380 Nottingham Rd.. became the bride of Gary Allen Blackshire. son of Mrs Robert Keys of Dunbar and Charles Blackshire of Belle, on Saturday in the First Presbyterian Church. The Rev. J. Harrell Harper officiated and music was provided by Steve Elkins and Mrs. Alice Eaddy. '.·· The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her attendants were Christy Velasquez. Kristen Almquist. Cindy D'Agos- ·tino. Karen Fisher. Mary Ann. Krosmic.o and Lynn Ketcham. * * * ·'. THOMAS MITCHEL Blackshire served V.s best man for his brother. Ushers were David W. Graham, brother of the bride. Randy Chadwick. Rick Chadwick. Greg . ·Rinehart. Jimmy Dorninquez and Michael Bumgardner. ··· Following a reception at the Kanawha County Club, the couple left for a wedding trip to New Orleans. La. They will live: at 3;305 West Fourth Ave.. Belle.:'" · Mrs. Blackshire graduted from George .Washington High School and West Virginia ·University; She is associated with Rite Aid '.Pharmacies. ...·· . . · . »"** "i" Items for the Sunday Gazette-Mail Club Calendar must be submitted on post cards to the Women's Department of the Gazette by 4 p. m. Wednesday. Today Saline Chapter 81, Order of Eastern Star, 2 p.m. Masonic Building, school oi instruction. Lower Kanawha Valley Arts and Crafts Assn., 2:30 p. m.. Community Bank of Dunbar. speaker Donn Freeman. United States Army Mothers, Post 3,4 p. m.. Mattie V. Lee home, 810 DonnaUy St. Monday South Charleston Senior Citizens Club, 12:30 p. m.. YMCA, 614 Chestnut St.. games with prizes, bring sandwich, circles of Rock Lake Presbyterian Church to serve refreshments. Recovery, Inc., 1 p. m., St. John's Episcopal Church. Quarrier and Broad Streets, visitors welcome, for information call 548-6803 or 346-6005. Tops (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Club, 7 p. m.. Herbert J. Thomas Memorial Hospital. 4605 MacCorkle Ave.. South Charleston, visitors welcome. ' Childbirth Education Assn. of Greater Kanawha Valley, 7:30 p. m., physical therapy room. Thomas Memorial Hospital. Kanawha City Social and Civic League, 8 p. m.. clubhouse. 744 Victory Ave.. hostesses Mrs. Mary Tatum and Mrs. Catherine Sturdevient. Constance Temple 16, Pythian Sisters, 8 p. m.. Castle Hall, 211 Tennessee Ave. Charleston Chapter 88, Order of Eastern Star, 8 p. rri.. Shrine Mosque, Capitol Street, stated meeting, days and means report by Velma Fisher. Dorothy Toney in charge of refreshments. Tuesday Berry Hills Ladies Golf Assn., 8:30 a. m.. first round handicap.tournament, 9:15 a. m.. most bogies, hostesses Mrs. Ralph Jones and Mrs. Henry Payne. Edgewood Ladies Golf Assn., 9 a. m.. low net on odd holes, hostesses Mrs. Nancy Wells and Mrs. Carol Kessler. Sleepy Hollow Women's Golf, 9 a. in., tee off. event, low gross, hostesses Mrs. Helea Hoskinsoo and Mrs. Edra Driggs. Meadowhrook Women's Golf, 9 a. m.. tee- off. second day handicap and string tournament. Chelyan Chapter HI, Order of Eastern Star, 7:30 p. m.. Masonk Hall, program on constitution and by-laws, men's night to serve. Ladies Auxiliary, Rt. 60 West Volunteer Fire Department, 7:30 p. m.. fire station on MacCorkle Avenue across from Heck's, discussion of neautification program, social hour. Wednesday Kanawha Country Club Bridge, 9:30 a. m.. reservations with Mrs. James Durrett. 2710 Knox Ave. Meadowbrook Women's Bridge Assn., 9:30 a. m., reservations, call 744-0181. Berry Hills Bridge, 9:45 a. m.. reservations by noon Monday with Mrs. Everett Doty. 744-5620 or Mrs. Regis Heinzer. 925-2698. Senior Citizens of North Charleston, 10 a. m.. at the center, senior day planned, bring bag lunch, activities available. LaLeche League of St. Albans, 10 a. m.. home of Rosemarie Hunt. 5314 Nelson Dr.. Cross Lanes. 7764933. nutrition and weaning, women interested in breastfeeding invited. Great Kanawha Auxiliary to Post 3466, Veterans of Foreign Wars, 7:30 p. m. post home. 5301V 2 MacCorkle Ave.. SE, monthly meeting. Thursday Mount Tyler Home Demonstration Club, 10 a. m.. McKinnon Church, covered- dish dinner and picnic. Recovery, Inc., 7:30 p. m.. First United Methodist Church. 14th Street at Myers Avenue. Dunbar. .visitors welcome, call 727-4294 or 346-6005. Salina Chapter 81, Order of Eastern Star, 8 p. m.. Masonic Building. Maiden, stated meeting. Violet Wells and Lou Skiles social chairmen. Friday Golden Age Group of Salvation Army, 10 a. m.. Citadel. Tennessee Avenue. games with prizes, door prize. 11 a. m.. devotions and business meeting, bring sandwich. Dunbar Senior Citizens Club, 12:30 p. m.. Myers Avenue Apartments, 1225 Myers Ave.. games with prizes, bring sandwich, coffee furnished. Tops (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Club, 6:30 p. m.. St. Albans Library, those who need to lose or maintain weight welcome, for infomration call 727-3159. Nitro Chapter 153, Order of Eastern Star, 7:30 p. m.. Masonic Temple. 19th Street, initiation, social hour. Kanawha Court 9, Order of the Amaranth, 8 p. m.. 211 Tennessee Ave., initiation. Mrs. Ruth Payne and Mrs. Mary Tucker social hour hostesses. Pre-Season AUGUST PRICED 5% to 20% THE GREAT LOOK OF CHERISHED TRADITION! ETHAN ALIBI'S GEORGIAN COURT SOIID CHEERY 18TH CENTURY MRS. G. A. BLACKSHIRE . . . former Paula Graham Her husband is a graduate of DuPont High School and West Virginia Institute of Technology. He was a member of the. WVIT student government and.'printing fraternity.. . . . . : · on this BRIDAL special! in ··'; CHARLTON HEIGHTS-Miss Pamela ::Sue KincairL daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. :Don Kincaid of Charlton Heights;" became ·''the bride of Wayne Lee Vickers; son of Mr. ·and Mrs. George Lee Vickers of Montgo- ·mery. at 6:30 p. m.-on Saturday in the '.Montgomery United Methodist Church. ·.The Rev. Albert Morrison officiated 'and 'music was provided by Miss Virginia New- ·'bv and Mrs. Debbie Carlson. - . Wed ornery leyan College. She was"treasurer and altruistic chairman of Alpha Gamma Delia social sorority, a member qf the Student National Education Assn. and Murmur- montis staff and was Theta Xi Sweetheart. Her husband is a graduate of the same high school and also of Wesleyan, He served as treasurer and pledge master of Theta Xi social fraternity and was a member of Kappa Pi art Honorary. ONLY $50 VA1LABLK IN \YH1TEOK YKl,l.O\ COLD ETHAN ALLEN'S GEORGIAN COURT In solid cherry join with Chippendale sofa, wing chair to create the look of 18th Century Colonial Virginia. 11-9004 Cabinet Reg. $179.50 Sale $159.50 A ROMANTIC SPARKLING BEDROOM Boldly patterned fabrics and floor blend with Ethan Allen's Georgian Court in a bedroom that recalls the days of candlelight and pewter. 11-5213 Triple Dresser 66" 11-5210 Mirror and 11-5654 Pediment Bed 5/0 size, 3 pieces Reg. SI 118.50 MRS. W. L. VICKERS . . . former Pamela Kincaid . The bride was given in marriage by her larents. Mrs. Peggy Schwab of Erie. Pa., was matron of honor for her sister and )ridesmaids were Miss Rita Brown of Oak till, cousin of the bride. Miss Marsha Diaz of Powellton. and Miss Barbara Peck of Westminster. Md. Junior bridesmaids ·were Miss Penny Kincaid of Charlton Heights, sister of the bride, and Miss Martha Vickers of Montgomery, sister of the bridegroom, and Robyn Shabdue of Kimberly. cousin of the bride, was flowergirl.. i RICHARD DEHAAS of Marmet served as best man. Ushers were Robert Carter. Mitch and Steve Vickers. brothers of the .Bridegroom, and Montgomery Vickers. his /cousin, all of Montgomery, and Sam Stew- · art of Washington. Pa. ·'. Following a reception at Hawk's Nest /Country Club, the couple left for a wedding · trip to Nags Head. N. C. They will live at Chesapeake. Ohio. MRS. VICKERS graduated from Montgomery High School and has a B. S. degree * in mathematics from West Virginia Wes- Same with Full Size 4/6 Bed, 3 pieces Reg. S1098.50 Sale $899.50 11-5225 Chest-on-Chest 40" .5549.50 Sok$479.50 11 -5206 Night Table Reg. S189.50 Foot flattery with contemporary flair! BLACK CAMEL RUST GREEN FREE PARKING Free Delivery 125 Mile Radius PHONE (304)736-8916 Shoes for fashionable women J 236 CAPITOL STREET :*· 11-9005 Library Book Stack Rea.. $167.50 13-7110 Caneb'ack Chair Reg. (from) $271100 Reg. (as shown) $301.00 11-8164 D/t End Table Reg. $199.50 20-7124 Chippendale Sofa Reg. (from) $555.50 ... Reg. (as shown) $749.50 11-8160 Cocktail Table Reg. $199.50 11-8165 Commode Table Reg. $219.50 :.. 20-7616 Queen Anne Wing Chair Reg. (from) S286.00... Reg. (as shown) $370.00 Sale $313.50 "Wolcott" Carpet (choice of 21 colors) Reg. (Sq. Yd.) $20.95 .... Safe $18.50 Sale $149.50 Sale $229.50 Sate $259.50 Sale $169.50 .Sale $449.50 Sale $643.50 Sole $169.50 Salt 5189.50 Sale $229.50 Sale $899 JO Sale$159.50 All items included in group pricing may be purchased individually at comparable savings. SUNDAY BROWSING 1 to 5 P.M. Carriage House Inc. 'WELCOME Of Course!" FREE PARKING NOW OPEN TWO EVENINGS MON. FRI. TIL 8:45 P.M. OPEN DAILY 10A.M.'Til 5P.M. SUNDAY BROWSING 5221 U.S. ROUTE 60 EAST, HUNTiNGTON, W. VA. 1 100YIS.TOYOUtLBTOffE)t!T S- 1-44- 29th STIRT - "AJIOSS ROW VOUSW Afifll

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