Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 27, 1972 · Page 58
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August 27, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 58

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811--Aupist 27, 1972 Sunday Gazette-Mail --CharlMtcn, 'Aesi Vireinl, Designer's Touch Feature Something You Love By Connie Shearer Redoing your house or apartment--or just one room? Here's a beginner's cluo. Start with something you love. Something you love--an object of art pnsscd from generation to gencr.ilion. a painting you "found" when \ u u were in Mexico, a huge pottery vase you got at the Arts and Crafts Fair--reflects your very own taste. True good taste will always demand a sense of honesty and reality. SOMETHING YOU l o v e doesn't have 10 be old and treasured through the years. It can he a l i t t l e French chair you saw in a f u r n i t u r e store window, a tangerine, wet-look vinyl bcanbag hassock or pastoral scene vail m u r a l available at your friendly wallpaper store By h u 1 1 d i n g the room around the one little object which means so much, you create an entire room which will always he a joy to you. It's like splurging on a fabulous silk scarf which you just had to have. But it's paid for itself over and over by serving as the perfect accent to a simple dress, tied western style with a sweater and jean? or as a sash on a'long skirl. IF YOU'RE LUCKY enough to own an heirloom chandelier as shown in the photograph, there's no limit to the decorator paths you may take. This p a r t i c u l a r designer went French provincial but used contemporary shag carpet. The fireplace is a fake one which looks very real. Combine mirror, chandelier and a marble (though phony) fireplace and you've got a very special room. And rp- (TNTO.M PHOIAM.MS member, you don't have to du the entire room at one time. Start with the basic pieces and build. It's going to be around a long time, especially if you love it. Miss Victoria J. Griffith Weds C. K. McCaully Mi;i|iiii[!. M j i i i i j ; . Mi a in Jin ii WITH THIS AD! MONDAY, TUES., WED., THURSDAY Clip this ad--Receive $ 1.00 off on All Regular Priced Waves from $10.25 Up! R r q . S l O O O $"750 FROSTING R A Y E T T E W A V E NOW ' 1 5 . Roq S I ? 50 NATURAL CURL W A V E SQ50 8 HAIRCUT Sec; $?: 00 $ HELENA CURTIS 12" NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY r - p - ' r - q A p n o i T - ' t r r " '· V n Tiny. t j f . n o v , Iri-".rtny f r i d n y Hollywood Beauty Salon 71 1 F I F E ST. PH. 3 4 2 - 4 5 4 2 Highlawn Baptist Church was the setting on Saturday afternoon for the wedding and reception when Miss Victoria .lane Griffith became the bride of Charles Kevin McCaulley. She is the daughter of Mrs. Margaret E . Griffith and Charles 0. Griffith both of St. Albans, and HIP bridegroom's parents arc Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCaulley Jr of Buffalo. The R e v . LeRoy Keener performed the ceremony and traditional music was presented by the organist. Maxine Jefferies. The bride was given in marriage by her father. HER FLOOR-1 en g I h empire gown of peau de sole and ChanQlly lace was designed and made by herself and her sister-in-law, Mrs. A. L. Porter. It featured a high neckline, long sleeves and panels of lace extending the full length of the gown. A pillbox of peau de sole and seed pearls held her lace-bordered m a n t i l l a , and she wore a cameo belonging to her moiher- in-law. Her flowers were a cascade of while pompons and pink roses. Mrs. Scott Swaync of Institute served as matron of lion or and bridesmaids included Mrs. Andrew Porter of Nitro. sister of ihe bridegroom: Mrs. Clifton Farley II of Hurricane; and the bride's sisters. Miss Ellen Griffith and Miss Harrieit.e Jackson. .limmy Dale Mitchell was bc.sl man and ushers included Bob M a l l e t t . Ricky Stover and .lohnny Thornton, all of Bulft:- lo. and the bride's brother. Timmv .lackson of St. Albans. REGISTER NOW: CLASSES START SEPT. S Connie's Studio Of Creative Dance INSTRUCTOR: CONNIE PICOZZI CLASSES TAUGHT TO ALL AGES · Acrobatics · Tap · Ballet · Modern Jo/./. · Rock JO27 · Baton · Marching · Twirling · Routines · Female Exercise Classes · Individual Classes Available by Appointment 71 6 Vj LEE ST. EAST Coll Now 346-7673 or 342-4444 INTRODUCE THE WORLD OF DANCE TO YOUR CHILD Tivsw MRS. C. K. MCCAULLEY . . . former Victoria Griffith MR. AND MRS. McCaulley will make their home at Buffalo following a wedding trip to Georgia. A graduate of St. Albans High School, the former Miss Griffith is a student al West Virginia State College and is employed by the CP Tele phone Co. H e r husband g r a d u a t e d from Buffalo High School, attended WVSC. and now is serving with the Army at Ft. Gordon, Ga. His parents were hosts for the rehearsal dinner at Wren's Nest, and the bride was honored at showers given by j Mrs. Andrew Porter. Mrs. j Butch Chilcters and Mrs. Scott j Swayne. How Can I? Q. How can I deal with dents left, in ray carpeting where heavy f u r n i t u r e has been resting for a long lime? A. Vim can iisttaly fluff these dmts hack into shape by covering thorn with a damp cloth, (hen applying a hoi iron over them. After this, brush w i t h a stiff brush. Q. What can I do about a checked or "crazed " finish on varnished or lacquered fur- niture'' A. Try using fine steel wool dipped in rottenslone paste. Rub until the surface is smooth to the touch, Ihen wipe off with a rag dipped in thin- ' ner. apply a couple coats of wax. and buff it down. Q. What can f do if my ewing machine needle seems to he catching on some fine fabric I am r u n n i n g through ir A. Try running your needle through some Meet wool a few l i m e s , and this will usually "point" \on to easier sewing. Cline-Davis Marriage Performed Saturday in Christ Church Chapel The chapel of Christ Church United Methodist was the .scene Saturday afternoon of the marriage of Miss Carole Rouse Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. \V. 0. Davis Jr. of Quarrier Street, and Michael Robert Cline, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Cline of Dixie Street. The Rev. Truman Potter officiated and Charles Greybill played the nuptial music. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a long gown of silk organza with embroidered lace petal appliques accenting the neckline and the chapel-length silk illusion veil. She wore pearls given to her by the bridegroom and carried a colonial bouquet of while gladioli and yellow sweetheart roses. SUZANNE DAVIS was maid of honor for her sister and Laura Davis, another sister, and Mrs. William 0. Davis III were bridesmaids. The bridegroom had his father as best man and ushers were his brother, Russell R. Cline, William 0. Davis III, and Gregory A. Davis. Mark Cline was acolyte. After a reception at the Woman's Club of Charleston, the couple left for a wedding trip to Hawks N'est State Park. · * * THE NfiWLYWEDS are graduates of Charleston High School and Morris Harvey College. She has an A.B. degree in social studies and history and belonged to Delta Zeta Sorority and Pi Kappa Delta forensic honorary. She is employed for the summer by the Office of Federal-State Relations, Planning and Development. Her husband has an A. B. degree in political science, was president of the debate team and belonged to Pi Kappa Delta. He is a member of the American Association of Public Administration, is employed as a project coordinator for the Governor's Neighborhood Youth Corps and will be a first year law student at Wake Forest University in Winston Salem, N. C. 'i'liey will reside in Winston- Salem at 969 Stratford Rd. Showers were given by Mrs. Ernest Jensen and Karen Dandy and the rehearsal din- MKS. M. K. CLINK . . . former Carole Davis ner was given by Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Cline at the Charleston House. Color Portrait Special Deadlines For Sunday Club calendar notices for the Sunday Gazette-Mail Home and Family Section must be submitted prior to 7 p.m. Wednesday. Other items for Sunday publication have a deadline of noon Thursday. Club calendar n o t i c e s submitted on postal cards will be appreciated. Don't wait until Thursday to call us about your Sunday news. Submit your material as early in the week as possible to assure Sunday publication. The only weddings accepted for Sunday publication are ( hose which will occur on the preceding Friday or Saturday. Women's Editgr ITHE VERY BEST IN STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHY-BY PROFESSIONALS!! 8x10 NATURAL LIVING COLOR PORTRAIT 0 X"' (Plus 50' Posloge Handling) I Offer Good One Week Only--Aug. 28-Sept. 2 ALL AGES Groups: $2.00 e a c h for second and third person and $1,00 each over 3 persons. 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