Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 27, 1972 · Page 64
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 64

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 27, 1972
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I 111 27. 1972 Sunda ' , VY«t Virgin!* ··f f asty'Bittakfart - ·-. Starts Day 'Right ^ For a Monday morning organge s e g m e n t s . Place f~1 ' ST · A f~7 I · 1 1 · "t I7"7 I *) ' ^ ' " · ' ; " · ' ' · " · For a Monday morning organge » « ; 8 m * « Y»; *'"-;; Senior Citizens Are Spotlighted in Weeks Activities Alpha The AV'oi.'irni'.v Department f t / ' e Sunday Ga- ccf [ e - . V d i i irn'-ild appreciate d e t a i l s of c l ' t b meetings on post cards to be rrcruvd iinor to 1 p.m. sday nf each week. Today Alpha Chapter. l?Pt;i ^ i f j n i a Phi Sorority, 2 p.m., hrme of .Miss Xay Adkins. .'11 Ohio Arc., prospective members invited. Monday AHnisa Club of Charleston, noon, l u n c h e o n , Daniel Boone Hotel. South Charleston Senior C'iti- 7ens Cluli, \" :'.',(} p . m . , V M C A . t!4 Chestnut St.. flames. w i t h prizes, bring sandwich, guilds of Blessed Sacrament Church to serve other refreshments. Alpha Xi Delta Alumnae, fi p.m.. home of Mrs. Frank Rogers. 4220 Kan;nvh;i Country Kd.. hostesses Mrs. .1. David Richie, Mrs. \V..J. Bennett and Mrs. Lee Brooks. Charleston Chapter, National Secretaries Assn., 6 p.m.. Rose City Cafeteria, Stree*. speaker Albert Anson Jr. Thclmn Chapter 21. Order of Kaslern Star. 7:30 p.m., Clondenin Masonic H a l l , Mrs. .Jean Ross in charge of .social hour. Constance Temple Hi. I'ythian Sisters, 8 p.m.. Castle Hall, '.'.II Tennessee Ave., hostess Mrs. Irene Burdette. Charleston Chapter 88, Order of Eastern Star, 8 p.m., study of constitution and by-laws by Earl Knlghton, Airs. Nancy Harding in charge of refreshments. Tuesday Meadowbrook Women's Golf, 8:30 a.m., tee-off, low blind hole, state pin, nine hole event, hostesses Mrs. Donald Schafer. Mrs. Joe Miller and Mrs. Kenneth Giguere. Kanawha Country Club Women's Golf Assn., 9 a.m., mixed class hostesses Mrs. Walter Evans, Mrs. Donald Heywood and Mrs. Robert Monica Humphrey Wed in Virginia V I N T d N . V a . - M r . and Mrs. Hene Humphrey of V i n l o n , f Tin IT residents of Favette- viilc, \V. \'a., have announced the marriage of their daugh- ter, Monica Lea, to William E. Obenchain Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. \\'illi;mi K. Obenchain Sr., also of Vinton. The Rev. Lewis E. Rates performed the ceremony on Friday evening in the Vinton Baptist Church, and the bride was given in marriage by her father. * * * SHE WORE a floor-length empire gown of candlelight peau de soie trimmed with Alencon lace appliques embellishing the bodice and bordering the round neckline. The gown was designed with bishop sleeves and softly gathered .skirt which extended into a chapel train. She carried a Bible showered with orchids and Tropicana roses. Miss Connie Humphrey of Roanoke. Va.. served as maid of honor for her sister and another sister. Miss Jill Humphrey of Vinton. was junior bridesmaid. Mrs. Vickie Turn- MKS. W. E. OBENCHAIN JR. er of Roanoke, Mrs. Judy . lanner tiiai Humphrey Hale and Miss Sally Lamb, both of Vinton, were brides- ?0l/i Milestone Nears Open house will be observed from 2 to 5 p.m. on Sept. :'. as Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Evans celebrate t h e i r jrolden wedding anniversary in their home at Cm-ton. They wore married September 5, ]922, in Charleston, and he is retired from the Hope Natural r,as Co. at fort on. They are parents of six children. Mrs. Marjrarct Smith of Clendenin; Mrs Margaret Cassady of Waverly, Ohio; Robert of Elk virv,-: nf Winchester, Va; Stanley of St. A l b a n s ; and David of Cameron. Completing the f a m i l y are 14 grandchildren and six great-grand- c h i l d r e n . Enter Golden Years A former Charleton couple, Mr. and Mrs. Tra I h i l l . celebrated their golden wedding a n n i v e r s a r y Friday at t h e i r home in St. Petersburg. Fla. They wore married by the Rev. Harry W. Lucas on Aug. L'5. 1922 in Washington, Pa. She is t h e former Mary A. Knapp, and he retired in I960 from Mor- rol! Moat Packing Co. Couple Renews Vovs On 50lli Anniversary R n f K ' ' H K K K M r . and Mrs. J a m e s I.. Bradford renewed t h e i r marriage vows before the Kev. Jackson Turner as they celebrated t h e i r golden wedding anniversary in the home whore they have lived :or the past ii years. For the h?t ?,?, years tVy have been members of Rebecca Chapel Church, where he is a lay leader and teacher of the Men's Bible Class. He retired from Armco mines in 196fi after M years s THKY W K R K married May I K . '.922. in tho Firs; Methodist Church in Rwklcv. with tho Rev. ( r n \ e r .1. Ji.nnson per- formlng :,e ceremony. TTie celebration was delayed u n t i l all of their children could be present, and they served as hosts for an open reception on Aug. 1H. Their children are Mrs. James \Vebb of Baltimore, Md.; James Ray Bradford of Stickney; Cebert I^e Bradford ol Onmgeburg. S.C.; .1. I). B i a d f o r d 'of Harbor ("jty. C a l i f . ; and D. Carl Bradford of Charleston. Mrs. P.ra.ifoi.-l N a dauchw of the i a t p Mr. and Mrs. Burrell .1. Miller, and Vr hus- maids. TIIK BKIDEGKOO.M had his father for best man and ushers included his brother, Randy Obenchain of Vinton; Douglas Turner and David McLeod of Roanoke; and David Martin of Vinton. Following a reception in the social hall of the church, the newlyweds left for a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C., and on their return will make their home in Vinton. Mr. and Mrs. Obenchain are graduates of Virginia Western Community College. She is granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elvie S. Wood of Lansing, W. Va. Hunt. \VCB Club, i::0 p.m., covered-dish picnic, Dunbar City Park, white elephant sale, husbands to be guests, Wednesday K a n a w h a Country Club Bridge, 9:30 a.m., party day, reservations with Mrs. Wilson Ashley, 864 Alia Rd. Berry Hills Country Club Bridge, 9:45 a.m., reservations with Mrs. James Wildey, 343-0754. Xi Alpha Omicron Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. Harold Richards, 915 Blue Sky Dr., South Charleston, cohostess Mrs. Norman Collier. Friday Golden Age Club, 10 a.m., Salvation Army activities room. 301 Tennessee Ave., birthday party, covered-dish dinner, bring meat, vegetables, salads and desserts, farewell party for Lt. and How Can /? Q. How can I remove stubborn stains from the sink or bathtub? A. Try nibbing over these stains with table salt dampened with turpentine or mineral spirits, then rinsing with clear water. Q. What is a good way to clean leather upholstery? A. A soft cloth clipped into milk does a good job--or better still, the beaten white of egg. When this has dried, go over the leather again with a clean soft cloth. Mrs. Al Ward, coffee furnished, devotion by Mrs. Isabell Tyree, all senior citizens invited. Dunbar Senior Citizens Club. 12:30 p.m., Christ the King Recreation Hall, 1508 Grosscup Ave., games with priz- es, door prize, bring sandwich, cake and coffee furnished. Nitro Chapter 153, Order of Eastern Star, 7:30 p.m., Nitro Masonic Temple, 19th Street, initiation of candidates, social hour. amvnridd* «UA\A uu7jr «u«jw«i« "" ««.« ,-..~ ... » « orange-broiled pears. Take Top the filled pear halves with halves of canned Bartlett a brown sugar-butter-cmna- pears and top each with fresh mon jiuxture_Broil Enrollments Now Being Accepted ^//;(? / /attonatltt ^itcfcililca ^ckoot ^m^mfM^ · STYLING TREATMENT CENTER OPEN TO THE PUBLIC COMH.CT-: BHAUTY SERVICT · f.'ODf»N EOUIPM!NT · S T R E I T L E V H F A C I i n i t S S f A T f J V E t f A W A P P R O V E D CASH OR 7(ME MVA1ENF PUN MAStfP. INSJf.UrrOKS ~ 7 t 4 C H I N G MEN '. WOMEN D CUTTING · WiGSi · S m i N G W I G I E T S m ^rv,r, 0 * S O I D · S 7 Y I E C · C O L O R I N G . F I T T E D . C L E A N E D · HAIR WEAVING PHIVATF ADVANCED THAIM.N'G COUasKS WIG SCHOOL DIVISION COMPLETE W!.: TECHNICIAN TSAIS'lNrt BASIC .. AnVANCFD FiniNG . CUTT;'.'!-. - smlNO - B F A T ' l C f Hir.r.lflS ov.'\;r s r;=. r :.JOB 343-8933 ALWAYS a JjrioesYYUtw Ls oeliqliteo wim a Ljift from ,t /// 01 · DOWNTOWN [Next lo flie Diamond) · K A N A W H A C I T Y [3iM6MoeCothl« Av«.. S E I .U,\VI;IJ:KS M r . and Mrs. Robert P. 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