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August 27, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 56

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6E--Auguat 27, 1972 Sunday GazettMail Charlnten. Wwt Vlralnla Move, School, Visits Figure in Travel Activity By Diddv Mathfws Palmer 343-1010 By coincidence. Sept. 1 will he moving day ( a n d moving- up day) for Ritchie A. Ireland II and James D. Ireland Jr., the sons of Mr. and Mrs. James D. Ireland of Noyes Avenue SE. On thai date, "the two brothers will both be changing jobs and places of residence. Ritchie Ireland has been made general staff supervisor of group headquarters for the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Co. in Washington. D.C. He has been with the company since graduating in 196, 1 ) from Ohio State University and for the last year has been construction superintendent in the Charleston office. Before returning to his hometown, he held C. and P. positions in Wheeling, Fairmont and Beckley. He and his wife, the former Gloria Biggs of Beckley, and their children, Steffi, 9, Trippio, 8, and year- old Sean Patrick, are leaving Monday for their new home in Annandale. Va., at 8928 Orange Hunt Lane. They resided here at 856 Whispering Way, South Charleston. James Ireland Jr., a career musicologist, has for several years been assistant to the dean of the University of Cincinnati's Conservatory of Music, where he had received his SCHOOL PRINTS.. Get into print this f a l l . . . a flowery junior dress, jersey softness. 21.atHaddad's. See our complete wardrobe for back to school, under the arch. bachelor's and master's degrees. He is leaving the Ohio city Monday for Austin, Tex., to begin studying for his doctorate of musical arts degree at the University of Texas. He will study opera under Dr. Walter de Cloux. and has an assistanLship graduate teaching position on the faculty. * · · MISS BETH F r a n c k e. d a u g h t e r of Dr. and Mrs. Paul Francke Jr. of Connell Road and a student at Sweet Briar College in Virginia, will spend her junior year abroad and will attend the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. She is leaving next Sunday and. with a school friend, will travel in Italy for three weeks before going to Aberdeen Sept. 26 to matriculate at the university. Mrs. Martin Lenen returned Thursday to her home in Cov- inRton. Ky., after spending several days as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Baldwin of Oakridge Road. Mr. and Mrs. E. Webster Bartholow of Mount Vcrnon Road returned Tuesday from .Tuscaloosa, Ala., where they accompanied their daughter, Betty, who has entered the freshman class at the University of Alabama. * m * SEVERAL CHARLESTON lawyers and their wives returned last week from San Francisco, Calif., where they attended the annual meeting of 'the American Bar Assn. Aug. 11-18. Among them were Mr. and Mrs. F. Witcher and McCullough Jr. of Ravinia Road, who first went to Houston. Tex., to see their son, Witcher Mrs. F. Witcher III, who practices law there, and their daughter, Betsy, who was attending summer school in Houston. After leaving San Francisco, Mr. and Mrs. Me- were they attended the wedding of their youngest son, H. Platt Brightwell Staunton, and Miss Leslie Elizabeth Pitchford, which took place Saturday at the First Parish of Westwood United Church and was followed by a reception at the home of the bride's mother. Mrs. A. Lester Pitchford. Mr. and Mrs. Staunton entertained with a dinner for the bridal party Friday after the rehearsal. They were accompanied to Boston by their son- in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Johnson of Johnson Rd. and their three children and by their oldest son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Staunton Jr. of Caldwell. Joining them there were another daughter, Mrs. Donald Ogilvie, and her husband, of Washington, D. C., and their other son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney A. Staunton of New Canaan, Conn. The previous week, Mr. and Mrs. Staunton and their sons, daughters and grandchildren, numbering 26 in all, were together for a week's vacation. at the Croatan Hotel at Nag's Head, N.C. * * * MISS KITTY Capito, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Capito of Virginia Avenue, is leaving today for New York and on Tuesday will fly to Spain, to take her junior college courses at the University of Madrid. She has been a Danville, Va., for two years and will return there as a senior in the fall of 1973. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Martin of Loudon Heights Road returned early last week from a visit at their farm in Kentucky, where they were joined by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Garry Martin, and their young daughter Lisa, of Columbia, Md. Young Mrs. Martin and Lisa returned here with them to spend several days with her mother, Mrs. William A. Seitz of Chilton Manor, and will leave today for their home. Cullough visited her brother- student at Stratford College, and sister-in-law, Dr, and Mrs. James F. Van Pelt, in Corona, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Stacy of Thomas Circle also attended the bar sessions, re- taming last Tuesday, the same day that their daughter, Miss Stanley Stacy, arrived home from a year's stay in Europe. A graduate of Smith College, Northampton, Mass., Miss Stacy lived in London for six months and worked for the BBC. For the last three months she t r a v e l e d in France, Italy and Greece, and then boarded the S.S. Queen Elizabeth II for the trip back to the Stairs. Among other Chariest onians at the San Francisco sessions were Judge and Mrs. Frank A. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. William T. O'Farrell, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Chambers. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Bowman, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent. Chancy, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dusic, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hoyer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Loeb, Mr. and Mi-s. Robert Lawson Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. E. Glenn Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Triplet!. Mr. and Mrs. William View eg ami Mrs. Virginia Lett. AIR. AMI MRS. Frederick M. Staunton will return today to their home on Staunton Road from Westwood. Mass.. Take The Blazer Trail Back To School An Exciting Collection of Seasons Colors and Fabrics OPEN THURS. NITFS Til OP w Velvets Solids Velveteens Solids Tapestry Brushed Plaid Denim Corduroy No Wale Wide Wale Wool Flannels S 23 00 ,, S 44 00 AIR. AND AIRS. George J. Hanks and daughter, Lisa, of Burkewood Place will return today from Lenoir, N.C., where they visited another daughter and her husband, Mr.and Mrs. John H. Drew Jr., and attended the christening of the Drews' two-year-old son. Jason Hanks Drew. They were accompanied also by their youngest daughter, Carol, who has resumed her studies at the University of North Carolina in Greensboro for her junior year. Miss Lisa Hanks, who was graduated in the spring from West Virginia University will leave Sept. 18 to begin graduate study at the Heller School of Social Work at Brandeis University in Boston, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. William E. -"-·-----I Sticklen of Loudon Heights Road have returned from Johnson City, Tenn., where they attended the graduation of their son, Frederick de- Gruyter Sticklen, from East Tennessee State University. He is now employed by the Sherwin-Williams Co. in Johnson City. Mrs. Don E. Cline and her son, Chipper, are returning this weekend to their home in ' Hempstead, L.I., N.Y., after ! visiting her parents, Mr. and j Mrs. William Butler of Mayflower Drive, and her parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Don C. Cline of Loudon Heights Road. They were accompanied here by her husband, who returned Monday to New York. MRS. .T. L. E. Cheetham of Wilmincton, Del., formerly of Charleston, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. E. Cheetham Jr. and their son Jimmy, of Aiken. S.C. were guests last week of Mrs. John T. Morgan of Quarrier Street. They left Thursday for a visit in Lexington. Ky. Mr. and Mrs. G. M.M. Ragland of Burkewood Place have a new grandchild--their third --born to their daughter Marsha and her husband, William M. Musser III, on July 27. Mrs. Ragland recently returned from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Musser and their firstborn, a son named William Musselman IV, at their new home in Wayne, Pa., where Mr. Musser became clerk to Federal Judge New- fomber after graduating in June from the law school of the College of William and Man 1 in Williamshurg, Va. The baby's paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Musser Jr. of Lancaster, Pa. This weekend, the Raglands have their other two grandchildren, Meagan and Gar Ragland, and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George M.M. Raeland Jr., of \Vinstnn-Sal- om, N.C. as pirsis. R A R R I A N D Mr*. Samuel Oo|KT have had a memorable and unusually busy summer, aorelera'ed pare_ began in late June wh«n members of the B'nai Jacob Synagogue staged an elaborate celebration of his 40th anniversary as their spiritual leader. Not long a f t e r w a r d s , Mrs. Cooper achieved a personal goal towards which she had been working for many years: a master's degree in history and French, awarded to her by Marshall University in Huntington. In July, the Coopers' youngest son, Jonathon, came home after a year of traveling through Europe and Asia. And he had interesting news for his parents: In Israel, he had met a young woman he hoped would be his future wife. His fiancee, Miss Larissa Kruk, who lived in Haifa, has since arrived in this country, visiting the Coopers at their Quarrier Street home and joining them during their August vacation in Canada. Rabbi and Mrs. Cooper returned last week from their annual month's stay at their favorite fishing resort, Sturgeon Falls, on Lake Nipissing in Ontario. Also with them a part of the time were an older son. Dr. Joel Cooper, his wife Janet and their two little boys, Joshua and Jeremy, who j o i n e d them from Toronto, where Joel recently became a teacher at the University of Toronto Medical School and a staff physican at Toronto General Hospital. Rabbi Cooper is now back in his study at the synagogue on Virginia Street, Mrs. Coojjer is preparing for her third year as a French teacher at G e o r g e Washington High School, and Jonathon and his fiancee are visiting Mends in Chicago, and job-hunting. The young couple plans to return to Charleston in time for observance of the Jewish High Holidays Sept. 8-10. MRS. LEWIS C* Tierney of Roller Road returned Wednes- dy from Haverford, Pa., where she visited her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Clark Tierney Jr., who became parents of their second son on Aug. 16. The baby's maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lee M. Kenna of Askby Avenue and he has been named for his grandfather: Lee Mountcastle Kenna. Mrs. Tierney is the former Miss Carol Kenna. Mr. ond Mrs. Paul Cohen and their infant daughter, Susana, born June 27, of Rockford, ML, arrived Monday for a two-week visit with their mothers, Mrs. Sidney Cohen of the Riverview Terrace Apartments and Mrs. Harry Polan of Louden Heights Road. Young MM. Coh«n is the former Miss Carol Jo Polan of this city. Mr. and Mrs. A. Bruce Mison of Newark, Ohio, art spending the weekend with her aunt, Mrs. Curtis L. Ramsey of Ridgtmont Road, Mrs. Mason will remain with Mrs. Ramsey this week to help her with celArating the 20th anniversary of the opening of her shop, .Evelyn's Gifts, on Bridge Road. Mr. Mason will return next weekend to- accompany his wife home. JOHN F.'ziEBOLD of Longridge Road, J. Holmes Morrison of Dogwood Road and Daniel 0. Martin of Longridge Road, all associated with the Kanawha Valley Bank, returned Friday from Chicago, 111., where they took · two- week banking course at Northwestern University. Miss Jane Faulkner Mathews last week completed studies for a master's degree in speech pathology and audiology at Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, and returned Saturday to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William G. Mathews of Noyes Avenue. On Sept. 15 she will start in her new job at Charleston Memorial Hospital's Speech and Hearing Clinic. Joseph C. Jefferds III will arrive Friday from Richmond, Va., to spend the holiday weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jefferds, Jr. of Scott Road. Miss Trisha W i t h r o w, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Withrow of Montrose Drive, South Charleston, left Friday to resume her studies at Concord College in Athens. She underwent an emergency appendectomy several weeks ago at Kanawha Valley Hospital and had been convalescing at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. V. T. Churchman Jr. of Abney Circle North. MR. AND MRS* Tony Romeo Sr. and son, William A. Romeo, have returned to their home on Staunton Avenue, SE, from a two-weeks vacation in Florida which took them to Disney World, Key West, deep seas fishing off Clearwater Beach, and included a visit with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Slack in Orlando. They were accompanied by their two oldest grandsons, Craig and Dean Romeo, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Romeo Jr. of Virginia Avenue, SE, and the children's maternal grandmother, Mrs. Obed Holdren of Chelyan. MIDAS TOUCH Gold-toned trim reflects the quiet good taste of today's sophisticated woman. Grey, Black, Navy or Golden Brown Spanish Crush. $20.99 x / £ L Shoes for fashionable women f» You' ConvrniriH Also making the trip with them were two other sons and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Romeo and sons, Torn, Tony and Tim, of Virginia Avenue, SE, and Mr. and Mrs. Riley J. Romeo and children, Catherine Sue and Riley Jr., of 45th Street, SE, and a son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dale Whittington of Virginia Avenue, SE, and their children, Cynthia and Thomas Dale Jr. * * * OUT-OF-TOWN guests attending the Saturday wedding of Miss Patricia Hartleben and Bernard Estep included Mr. and Mrs. Robert Estep of St. Louis, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Lanham and sons, Allan and Aaron of Hampton, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Carroll R. Maxson and children, Rodger, Chris and Beth Sue, of Berkeley Springs; Miss Juanita Havenstraw of Brohard; Mr. and Mrs. Reed R. Robey and children, Randall, Bridgett and Marsha, of Parkersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Welsh and daughters Patti and Carla of Weberwood Drive have returned from a 25-day motor trip to the West Coast, He attended the Society of Real Estate Appraisers convention in San Francisco as West Virginia president. MR. AND MRS. Fred A. McNeil have sold their home ·at 5109 Ohio St., SW, South Charleston, and will move on Oct. 1 to Hendersonville, N.C. Residents of this area for the past 32 years and known to their friends as Andy and Mickey, they are members of St. Francis of Assisi Church in St. Albans. A retired Civil Service employe, he is a member of the Civitan Club ·and the National Federation of Retired Federal Employes. She has been a member o f ' t h e ; Spring Hill Garden Club and , Home Economists in Homs- making. Jacqueline Ann Morris and Karla Ann Goffaux have returned to their homes in North Charleston from B e 11 a i r e, Tex., where they visited Miss Morris' father, Paul Morris. . Mr. and Mrs. Roger Evtnt, who have been transferred to Virginia Beach, were honored with a party Saturday at th« home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hall of Elkview. Members of Alpha Nu Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority were hostesses. Just Arrived! Large Selection DRIED FALL FLOWERS Loose--iy-lhe-Bunch or Arranged to your taitas! You may furnish your own container, or choose from our wide selection of suitable containers for just the desired effect you wish! * Shop our Largi Ciftwnre Department gifting otco^on. erj Wired Anywhere/ Fr«e Parking On Our La! 215 Pinna. Ave. al Randolph Phone 346-5384 Use Want Ads. Dial 348-4848 · · ·«.«n almost everyone. Especially this slink of ,, dress In elingv Ban-lsn with a C ;-:««-erc S ?: halter wekliae an* bare h»rt elegant anpaal. By Carlita in black, naturally. Sizes 6 to 16. The best part... Are you ready f f l r t h i s ? Jt' f l cn i.. 38.00: On* of many fc flR ,rti M frem " our exciting f a l l sa t.alo r , ic . 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