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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 21

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3C -July 4, 1976 Sunday Gazette-Mail Charleston, wtsi Virgin!* ·Annirerwrii Celebrated A reception was held at the First Church of God on Main Street to mark the golden wedding anniversary of former Charleston residents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Clifton, now of Canfield, Braxton County. They were married on June 21, 1926. They are the parents of two daughters,. Mrs. Al Stolzman of Ppntiac, Mich., and Mrs. Joseph Pilegge of Tuscaloosa, Ala. They have two grandchildren. Judith Elaine Snvder Wed « To Thpmas C. Cunningham Miss Judith Elaine Snyder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Van Snyder of Cowen, became the bride of Thomas Conary Cunningham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cunningham, also of Cowen, at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Trinity United Methodist Church. The Rev. Gene Kirby officiated, and music was provided by Mrs. Bonnie McCallister and Mrs. Beth Bondurant. MRS. THOMAS C. CUNNINGHAM . . . former Judith Elaine Snyder The bride was given in marriage by her father. Tina Vaglienti of Bluefield was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Carol Riling of South Charleston, and Sally Reeder, sisters of the bride. Junior bridesmaids were Carrie and Melissa Reeder, nieces of the bride. Wendy Riling and Michele Snyder, also nieces, were flower- girls. Larry Ramello of Huntington served as best man. Ushers were Ralph Carpenter and Randall Cunningham, brother of the bridegroom. Following a reception, the couple left on a wedding trip. They will reside in Craigsville. Mrs. Cunningham has a B. S. in early childhood education from Concord College. She is employed as a kindergarten teacher by the Webster County Board of Education. Her husband graduated with a b. s. degree from Marshall University. He is employed as a fifth grade teacher by the Webster County Board of Education. Trimitenniul Fashions 9 By Bernadine Morris C. /976iV. V. Times NEW YORK-It's apparently a throwback to the space-age fashions of the 1960s, what with the acres of plastic, the emphasis on white and silver. But it's actually a projection into the future by 22 fashion designers on Seventh Avenue. Jumping over the Bicentennial, Bonwit Teller has trained its sights on the year 2076 and assembled a Tricentennial fashion collection. The clothes happen to indicate just how such designers as Bill Blass and Calvin Klein think about fashion 100 years hence. For Blass, the future is silver sequin pants with feet like Dr. Dentons topped by a floating white jersey poncho that floats around the body. Victor Joris turned out a clear plastic jumpsuit with white dots and white knitted cuffs. Kasper's white plastic pants suit is lined with curving glass tubes that can carry, in season, a heating agent or a coolant. People will be independent of weather conditions, Kasper believes. Not every designer believes fashions of the last decade were a harbinger of the next century. "People weren't so crazy about vinyl and silver in the 60s," Calvin Klein said. "Why should we think they'd want it 100 years from now?" He said he thinks that the same trends that are evident today will be continuing in the next century, "only more so." The trends he's referring to are for comfortable, functional clothing So his contribution is a stretch jumpsuit with a bag to cart necessities around in. Miss Connie Poff Is Bride Ollt-of-Doors Activities Of Scott Davidson Saturday Q n Week's Calendar Miss Connie Poff, daugher of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd R. Poff of 808 Green Valley Dr., and Scott Davidson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Davidson of Spring Hill Mountain., were married Saturday in the Southwest Church of God. The Rev. James Wright officiated and music was provided by Malcolm Combs, organist, and Karen Cornell, soloist. The bride was given in marriage by her brother Boyd R. Ooff III. Mrs. Patty Poff was matron of honor and Nancy Carrier served as bridesmaid. Mike Evans served as best man and Harry Johnston was usher. Following a reception at the church, the couple left on a wedding trip to Pipestem State Park. They will reside at Rt. 2, Box 252-M, St. Albans. Mrs. Davidson graduated from St. Albans High School and is employed at Charleston Memorial Hospital. Her husband graduated from Charleston Catholic High School and Nashville Auto Diesel College, in Nashville, Tenn. He is exmployed by Charleston Newspapers. f MRS. SCOTT DAVIDSON ...former Connie Poff Karen Lynn Bullard Weds Carl Dolan Vealey KENNA- Miss Karen Lynn Bullard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer H. Bullard, and Carl Dolan Vealey. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Vealey, all of Kenna, were married at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the Grass Lick Baptist Church. The Rev. Orland Reynolds officiated. Mrs. Mary Lou Vealey. aunt of the bridegroom, provided the music. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. Kathy Bucknerof Charleston was maid of honor. Kathy Martin, sister of the bride, served as bridesmaid. Greg Simmons served as best man. Jeff Vealey, brother of the bridegroom, and Danny Martin, brother-in-law of the bride, were ushers. A reception at the Kenna community building followed the ceremony. The couple will reside in Kenna. Mrs. Vealey, a graduate of Ripley High School, is employed by the West Virginia Department of Highways. Her husband, also a Ripley High graduate, is employed by Lane Construction. MRS. CARL DOLAN VEALEY ...former Karen Lynn Bullard Miss Susan Lvnn « ·ideof Jerry D. Potter Miss Susan Lynn Barker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold D. Barker, became the bride of Jerry Dean Potter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Potter, all of St. Albans. at 7:30 p.m. Friday in St. Peters United Methodist Church. The Rev. Bill Deel officiated and music was provided by Ilene Fisher. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Deanna Barker was maid of honor for her sister and Pam Potter was bridesmaid. Melissa Barker, another sister, was junior bridesmaid, Kimberly Potter, the bridegroom's sister, was flowergirl. Harvey Long served as best man. Ushers were Jackie Potter and Gene Potter, brothers of the bridegroom, and David Potter and Billy Potter, his cousins. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Pipestem State Park. They will live at 120 Strawberry Rd., St. Albans. Mrs. Potter is a graduate of St. Albans High School and is employed by Dollar Savings and Loan Co. in South Charleston. Her husband graduated from SAHS.is a student at West Virginia State College and MRS. J. D. POTTER ...former Susan Barker is vice president of the Valley Nutrition Shoppe in St. Albans. Engagements Announced Akire-Waldeck Mr. and Mrs. Oliver William Akire of Clarksburg are announcing the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Nina Gail, to James Marshall Waldeck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lee Waldeck of Clearview Heights, Charleston. An open church wedding is planned Aug. 20 at Aldergate United Methodist Church. The bride-elect is a graduate of Sissonville High School, attends West Virginia State College, and is employed by Tape City, Inc. Her fiance, also a Sissonville High graduate, attends West Virginia State College, and is employed by Cabot Corp. Legg-Kramer AKRON, Ohio-Mr, and Mrs. Raymond E. Legg Sr. of Akron, formerly of Charleston, are announcing the engagement of their daughter. Ruth Ann, to Randolph H. Kramer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Kramer of Allentown, Pa. A Sept. 4 wedding is planned. Miss Legg is a graduate of George Washington High School and is employed by the West Virginia Department of Health. Her fiance is a graduate of Carnegie-Mellon University and is employed by Bethleham Mines Corp. Items for the Sunday Gasette-Mail Club Calendar man be submitted on post cards to the Women's Depart' ment of the Gazette by 4 p. in. Wednesday. Today Parents Without Partners, 10 a. m. until dark, bring your cwn food and drinks, in case of rain shelter is reserved, call Dorothy Summers at 727-5385 for information. Ladies Auxiliary 2606, Veterans of World War I, 1:30 p. m., Lee Terrace, social hour with Barracks 2606, after business session, hostesses Mrs. Alice Taylor and Miss Cleo Margaret Gray. Summit Central Improvement League, 5 p. m., home of Mrs. Roy Dunn. 804 Crest Dr. Monday Senior Adult Council, 11:30 a. m., 1319 Lee St., bring a sandwich, dessert and drinks furnished by club, games party, door prize. Tiskelwah Chapter 45, Order of Eastern Star, 8 p. m., Scottish Rite Temple, stated meeting, hostesses Myrtle Currence, Erna Crislip, Betty Pope and Donna Conner. Dunbar Chapter 133, Order of Eastern Star, 7:30 p. m., stated meeting, social hour. Tuesday Edgewood Laides Golf Assn., 9 a. m.. low net on odd holes, hostesses Mrs. Dora Asay and Mrs. Nan Glass. PEO Sisterhood, Chapter H, 10 a. m., home of Mrs. D. C. Marble, 1404 Woodmere Dr. LaLeche League of Eleanor, 10 a. m., home of Mrs. Howard Tallman, Camelot Village Mobile Home Park, for information call 586-3668. LaLeche League of Sissonville, 10 a. m.. home of Mrs. Harry Alferink. 1979 Long Meadow Dr., 984-0642 for information, open to all women interested in breastfeeding. Welcome Wagon Newcomers Club, 10 a. m., Ernie's Esquire, cards, luncheon 11:30 a. m., program by Diana Petry, reservations with Roslyn Seller, 768-2674 or Marilyn Worley, 984-0403. Senior Citizens of South Charleston Recreation Center, 11:30 a. m., Little Creek Park, Shelter 2, covered dish luncheon, drinks furnished, Marmet senior citizens invited. American Business Women's Assn., 6 p. m.. Little Creek Park. Mountaineer Chapter of American Business Women's Assn., 6:15 p. m.. Army- Navy Club, monthly dinner meeting, film: Reality of Rape. Al Anon and Al Teen Group, 8 p. m., St. John Episcopal Church, Quarrier and Broad streets, library. South Charleston Chapter, 131 Order of Eastern Star, 8 p. m.. South Charleston Masonic Temple, obligation, constitution and by-laws, social chairmen Mrs. Edith Wise and Mrs. Gava Murphy. Meadowbrook Women's Golf Day, hostesses Mrs. Joan Crabtree and Mrs. Guy Reynolds. Wednesday Pilot Club of Charleston, noon, Daniel Boone Hotel, Outreach Division, Miss Alice Legg and Mrs. Hazel Brown in charge of meeting. St. Albans Senior Citizens, 1 p. m., Village Inn Apartments. 650 Sixth St., for games with prizes, dessert and beverage provided by Jarrett Thompkins Department of the Women's Club. Charleston Shrine 7, Order of White Shrine, 8 p. m., Scottish Rite Temple, Capitol Street, Mrs. Ethel Taylor and Mrs. Juanita Cook, hostesses for social hour. Berry Hills Bridge, Bicentennial luncheon party, Mrs. James S. Conley, 342-0934 or Mrs. Norris Thompson, 343-1650. Thursday Sleepy Hollow Woman's Club, 9 a. m.. most pars without handicap. North Charleston Recreation Center Senior Citizens, 11 a. m., covered dish. Heritage Extension Homemakers Club, home of Mrs. Louise Bush, 221 Custer St.. St. Albans. Recovery, Inc., :30 p. m.. United Methodist Church. 14th Street and Myers Avenue, Dunbar. Friday Golden Age Club of the Salvation Army, 302 Tennessee Ave., 10 a. m., games with prizes, door prize, 11 a. m. business meeting, devotions, coffee furnished. Sunnyside Extension Homemakers Club, 12:30 p. m., home of Mrs. W. J. Wocs- sner, 852 Mathews Ave., lesson leader Mrs. J. C. Myers, devotions by Mrs. Keith Morgan, hostess Mrs. W. J. Woesner. Tops (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Club, 6:15 p. m., St. Albans Library, those interested in losing weight or maintaining a weight loss welcome, for more information call 727-3159. St. Albans Chapter 79, Order of Eastern Star, 7:30 p. m. Masonic Hall. Mrs. Virginia Watson and Justin Kelley hostesses. Saturday Rhododendron Grandmother's Club, 12:30 p.m.. Cutright's Cafe, Washington Street. West, friendship hour, bring a friend. St. Albans Chapter 79, Order of Eastern Star, 1 p. m.. Masonic Hall, school of instruction. Mrs. Virginia Nester instructor. Two Out of Three Drink Milk Daily Fluid whole milk is a part of the daily diet of 68 per cent of Americans, according to a U. S. Department of Agriculture report. More males than females consume regular servings of milk, and their portions are larger, the data reveals. Interviews concerned with milk drinking habits of teenage boys (15-17) show that four out of five drink milk, and of that group, nearly 20 per cent consume at least one quart daily. Evaporated milk (unsweetened and undiluted) is used by four per cent of the individuals surveyed...and most of those are males, 65 to 74 years old. Often the portions were one or two tablespoons-frequently used in coffee. Ten per cent of the United States sample group consume American cheese--but the average amount is approximately just the weight of the usual slice of cheese. Males also consume more cheese than females, according to the USDA survey. No Cattle on Mayflower Cattle landed on the east coast in 1642-just four years after the Mayflower. It was officially noted by Plymouth Colony in his log: "brought 3 heifers and a bull, the beginning of any cattle of that kind in the land." Formal \Vear Kur \ iiur \VKDDI\G (Iffiriiil )IX I'raluring the New Romantic '"Charleston" a nil "New port" For your ''Greet Doy." rent the exciting new "Charleston" in the latest colors. And we help coordinate the right shirt, tie and sash to complete the loot. One Day Service One hour *ree porting across froT Charleston Store. 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