Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 23, 1974 · Page 27
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 27

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 23, 1974
Page 27
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»*S Miss Hayes Weds In Baptist Church 'Christmas, y Visits Draw Guests In a candlelight ceremony Saturday at the First Baptist Church "in St. Albans. Miss Patricia Elaine Hayes became the bride of David Michael Haning. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. James Franlkin Hayes of Kent. Ohio, formerly of St. Albans. and he is the son of Mrs. Phyllis Haning of Poca and the late Robert Andrew Haning. With Dr. S. Robert Weaver officiating, nuptial music was provided by Robert Pfau. soloist, and Mrs. N'ora Snyder. organist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Matron of honor was Mrs. Janie McGraw of Washington, D.C.. and bridesmaids included Miss Jenny Boyce of Lexington Park. Md., Mrs. Ann Armstrong of laeger. and Mrs. Kathy Klingensmith of Buckhannpn. cousin of the bride. Junior bridesmaid was Miss Shari Hayes of Kent, cousin of the bride. Robert Anthony Haning of Nitro. brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. Ushers included Ronnie Hayes of Kent, brother of the bride. Steve Michael Taylor, Michael Goff and R. Brent Parker, all of Charleston. Junior usher was Robert Harold Grueser of Poca The reception was held immediately after the ceremony in the church dining room. Mrs. Haning is a graduate of St. Albans High School and West Virginia University, re- MRS. D. M. HANING . . .former Patricia Hay eg ceiving a B.S. degree in elementary education. She is employed by the Putnam County Board of Education. Her husband is a graduate of Poca High School and attended West Virginia State College. He is past president of Tau Delta Chi Fraternity and is a graduate of Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science. He also is a member ofAlpha Chapter, Pi Sigma Eta. the National Morticians Fraternity, and is an employee of Gatens Funeral Home in Poca. After a wedding trip to Niagara Falls and Washington, D.C., the couple will reside in Poca. ^ YOUR FURRIER KNOWS FURS BEST! ·:·: H- Steiger's specializes in furs. It's our only business ... not a sideline. Steiger's has cold storage vaults on the premises and does all cleaning, glazing, repairing and remodeling at the store. Trust your |;|: furs to Steiger's . . . it costs no :$ 1 more: Steiger's BY DiMy Matthews Pataer A Very Merry Christinas . . . today ... to'B. R. and Alberta Goff Shea and their family. By the time this paper is off the press, the Sheas' summer camp on Coal River, near Ruth, will bedecked with holly. A freshly-cut pine tree, brought with them from Michigan, will be decorated with lights and ornaments, with gaily-wrapped packages stacked underneath. A big fat turkey will be in the oven, and the family's traditional holiday dessert, a cake iced with coconut, will be standing by. Mr. and Mrs. Shea are former Charlestonians who for the last six years have lived in Adrian, Mich. Formerly associated with Carbide "and a member of the company's famed Carbide Chorus, he is now with the Stofford Chemical Co. All their married life, the couple has celebrated Christmas, with members of the clan, at 523 Grant St., where Mrs. Shea, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Goff. grew up with her brothers and sisters. * * * ON DEC. 25, 1974, it will be impossible for everyone to gather together in Charleston. So Mrs. Shea, an unabashed sentimentalist, came up with the idea of a summertime Noel and who cares if it more nearly coincides with the Fourth of July? When Mr. and Mrs. Shea arrived at the camp last week, they had most of the necessary trimmings with them: the turkey (frozen), fresh fruits for their favorite salad, home-baked cookies, presents, wrappings, and the tree. Christmas cards, mailed by cooperative friends in Michigan, are now on display. One Shea daughter, Mrs. Larry Ledsome, her husband and their sons, J. R. and Michael, arrived the same day from Texas to join them on Coal River. Until a year ago, when he was transferred to Houston by Columbia Gas, Mr. and Mrs. Ledsome lived at the old home on the West Side, which is still owned by Mrs. Shea but is now rented. Also having "Christmas" with the Michigan couple are another son-in-|aw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James R. Burdette, and their.daughter, Anna Katherihe, of Woodbine Avenue; a son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. B. R.. Shea J r . , and d a u g h t e r s , Dial 346.0577 Use Want Ads. Dial 348-4848 .·.*.i kju^u u i . , u i i u u a u g i i LC i a , H; Becky and Beverley, of Dun- ixi bar, and Mrs. Shea's sister, Mrs. W. D. Roll (who was Virginia Goff.) of Virginia Avenue; and her son, Don Roll, who practices Jaw in Point Pleasant. MR. AND MRS. Charles Edward Covert of St. AJhaos have returned from a visit with their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. aod Mrs. James Douglas Westfail, and their children. Chad and Amy, at their new home at 209 Stonehaven Dr., Jackson, Tena. Former residents of St. Albans, the Westfalls have been living in South Bend, Ind., for the last seven months. He is with Bendix Corp.. and was recently named materials superintendent of the company's plant in Jackson. "Mrs. R. R. Poynter of Melbourne, Fla., arrived Wednesday to visit her sister and niece. Mrs. George E. Brooks and Miss Nelle Lynn Brooks, at their home on Connell Road. Joining them here this weekend are Raymond Poynter Jr. of Eau Gallic, Fla., and Mrs. Brooks' grandson, George E. Brooks 11 of Andros Island, the Bahamas. Other family members here are Mr. and Mrs. Hugh B. Meeks and children, Glenn and Laurel, of Atlanta. Ga., who are guests of Mr. and Mrs. David M. Giltinan Jr. of Meadowcrest Road, and Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Hodges Jr. and children, Mary and James, also of Atlanta. * * * MRS. ROBERTA. McMillan and children. Julia and Andrew, will arrive today from Atlanta, Ga., for a two-week visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry V. Campbell of Oakmont Road. Her husband will join them here for Fourth of July weekend, after which they will all return to Atlanta. Mrs. E. S. Melvin and sons, Taylor and Jim, are visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Thomas of'Loudon Heights Road, and will return Wednesday to their home in Greensboro, N. C. Mrs. Robert E. Witschey of Dudley Road was honored at a surprise birthday dinner given Saturday night at Edgewood Country Club by her son, Walter R. T. Witschey of Richmond, Va., and her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Neal Hart, also of Dudley Road.,Out-of-town guests include Mr. and Mrs. George Bateson of Youngstown, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Verda Fankhauser of Easton, Md., and Mrs. Elizabeth Hawkins and Miss Margaret Witschey of New Mar;tirisville. * * * '': .' : A GATHERING of relatives and college friends will arrive this week for the wedding of Miss Caroline Clark Dobbins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. Carroll Dobbins of Summit Drive, and James Joseph Dlugosz of Greensboro,, N.C., which will'take place Saturday at the Baptist Temple spring and summer SHOES (vol. to $ 54) HANDBAGS, (vol. to $ 60) spectators .pumps »ties ·all colors «black .white no sandals »no canvas ot the current rate of inflation, anything bought today will be a bargain at tomorrow's price. This merchandise at 25% savings is a real find Stock up today and feel richer tomorrow. quarrrer at hole shop Mondays 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tues. thru Sat. 10 o.m. Jo 5 p.m. with a reeeptio* afterwards at EdgewoodCottBiTf Club. The bride-to-be, a special education teacher ia Kaaawha county this past year and a Charleston Junior League provisional, met her future husband while they were students at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. Parties honoring Miss Dobbins and her fiance this week will include a coffee to be given by Mrs. Charles E. McConnell Jr. Wednesday at her home on Loudon Heights Road and a picnic supper Thursday evening, by Mr. and Mrs. Wendell S. Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Simpson at the Simpson home on Lower Chester Road. The rehearsal dinner Friday will be given by Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. White and Col. William E. Miller at the White residence on Edgewood Drive and on Saturday the bride-elect's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Rugeley Jr. will entertain with a champagne brunch at their home on Sweetbrier Road. Miss Dobbins was honored at a reception give recently in Lorain, Ohio, by Mrs. Joseph Dlugosz, Mrs. Thomas Pataky and Mrs. Nick Monaco. Other affairs have included a personal shower .by Mrs. Robert E. Saxton Jr. and Mrs. John Wilhoit at the Saxton home on Staunton Avenue, and a luncheon-shower by Mrs. Lawson W. Hamilton of Lewisburg late Tuesday at Edgewood Country Club. Mrs. Stanley Rugeley of Wichita Falls, Tex,great-aunt of the bride-elect, will arrive Thursday to be the guest of Mrs. E. W. Rugeley Sr. of Highland Road. Her fiance's parents and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dlugosz and Randy Dlugosz, will arrive Friday from Lorain. Ohio. Others expected for the wedding include Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pataky. Mrs. Ann Chonko, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Pataky and David Pataky, all of Lorain;-, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Chonko of Garrettsville, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Nick Monaco of Aihherst, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Brent Behher of Wellington, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Gutter, Miss Laurie Gutter and Jeff Gutter of Skokie, 111., Mr. and Mrs. John Purdom of ·Mendham. N.J., Mr. and Mrs. · Lawson W. Hamilton of Lewisburg; Robert York of Cincinnati, Ohio. Robert Schiener of Chagrin Falls, Ohio, David . -Lesesky of Elyria, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs:-William H. Miller of Oak Hill. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hill Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank I. Blankenship of Fayetteville, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roby and daughters Sara and Lisa, of Worthington, Ohio. * * * Marilyn Ba'sham, Sarah Johe and Kim Southworth held a swim party and coqkout at Kanawha Country Club celebrating their graduation from South Charleston Junior High School. .;,···:' Mrs. Carl Owens of Wiley Road and Mrs. Ann Laughna of Bridge Road have returned Jrom a Caribbean cruise 'aboard-the Queen Elizabeth ,11. They spent several days in New York City prior to departure. Ports of call in the Virgin Islands included St.. Thomas, Martinique and St. Lucia. Mrs. Laughna celebrated her birthday on shipboard during the cruise SEVERAL PARTIES have been given to honor Nancy McNabb and John Crossetti, who were married here Saturday. Mrs. Howard Cline gave a recipe and kitchen shower, Mrs. James McKivergin and Miss Margie McKivergin gave a personal shower and luncheon, Karen Skidmore and Janis Kay entertained with a miscellaneous shower, Mrs. Michael Crossetti, mother of the bridegroom, Charlene Sur- anovich, Patty Crossetti, sisters of the bridegroom, Mrs. Michael Crossetti Jr. and Mrs. 0. K. Cantrell, grandmother of the bride, gave the bridesmaids luncheon at tttUBffcries Pwe Room. Mr. and Mrs. James W. Coaner hosted a eookout at their home ia Rolling Hills and Nancy Gill entertained preceding the rehearsal dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Blair Young of Buffalo will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with an open house from 2 to 4 pjn. today. Out of town guests for the wedding on Saturday of Kathryn Ann Orders and David E. Lane were: Mrs. Betty Baker and Miss Susan Baker of Moorefield; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Conley of Vienna; Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Hamilton of Lewisburg; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Holifield of Princeton; Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hyre of Moundsville; Mr. and Mrs. David D. Johnson and their children, David, Ann and Tom of Newark, Del.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Palmer of Huntington; Mr. and Mrs. Whit Perkins of Bridgeport and son Bill; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Ritchie Jr. of Ravenswood; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Starcher of Ripley; Mr. and Mrs. John Couch of Chattanooga, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Terrell Lane of Jefferson City, Tenn.; Mrs. Candace Rhyne of Gastonia, N.C.;Mr. Leo Vecellio Jr., Mrs. Enrico Vecellio, Mrs. Agnes Maynard, Mrs. Hazel Magee, Mr. Al Janutolo, Mrs. Erma Grogan, Mrs. Mary Ann Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Raph Beckett and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Dante Castrodale, all of Beckley. Claire Winterholler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Winterholler of Louden Heights Road, has been named to the dean's list at Randolph-Macon Women's College: She graduated May 12. OUT OF TOWN guests attending the Saturday wedding of Miss Deborah Ann Hamilton and David R. Zahn included Mr. Henry Southam and daughters DOM* aid Teresa, Mrs. Job* Hayes and Mrs. HHeorv Southam. graadtaoth- er of the bride, all of Salem Mass.; Mrs. DoaaM Entsminger, grandmother of the bridegroom of Middieport, Ohio, Miss Mary Madtie, of Marlboro, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Eric Kilcollin of Chicago, Hi; Mr. and Mrs. Steven Zahn of Annapolis, Md.; Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Miller of Groveport, Ohio; and Miss Ellen Detweiler of Chaads Ford, Pa. Jota Bwtoa were hostesses for stovers hoaoriaf Mary Jane Basil, wbo were married Saturday to Jay EL SuUivan. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Morris, former residents of Seth, are returning for the summer from Paris, France, where she has been the librarian at Marymount International School in Neuilly. They will be guests of their son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Archie 0. Morris II of Ridgemont Road. ILEVMSttMMIISSTtliT Clearance Summer Merchandise H 3 one group /ess than Use charge account for !/3and SHOP SAVE ALL WEEK! 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