Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 17, 1975 · Page 41
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
August 17, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 41

Publication:
Location:
Charleston, West Virginia
Issue Date:
Sunday, August 17, 1975
Page:
Page 41
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 41 article text (OCR)

tC -August 17,1975 Romona Lynn Turner, Thomas M. Hartley Wed Roberta Medley Is Bride ; Celebrating Anniversary Children of Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Boggess of Dunbar will honor them with an open reception from 2 to 4 p.m. Aug. 24 at the First Baptist Church Activities Building, 16th Street and Myers Avenue, Dunbar. in observance of the couple's golden wedding anniversary. They were married Aug. 27, 1925 by the late Rev. Wilbur Spencer in Charleston. Mrs. Boggess is the former Dolores E. Bocco of Clarksburg and he is from Jackson County and a retired businessman after 43 years service in Dunbar. They have five living children. Harry E. of Nitro, Oill L. and Jack E. of Dunbar, Kenneth L. of Charleston and Jeanie Lindsey of Nitro. They have 22 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. The Rev. Denver Dickens officiated Saturday at the Cross Lanes United Methodist Church when Miss Romona Lynn Turner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude A. Turner of Nitro. became the bride of Thomas Matthew Hartley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hartley, also of Nitro. Jim Snyder, vocalist, was accompanied by Herbert Smith, organist, and the bride was given in marriage by her father. * * * BRIDAL ATTENDANTS included Karen Sales, Margaret Turner, sister of the bride, Mrs. Susie Graves Miller and Mrs. Jill Perrow Kindle, all of Nitro, and Mrs. Pam Lilly Marshall of Huntington. James B. Justice of Huntington was best man and ushers were Daniel L. Turner, brother of the bride, David Luikart of Nitro, Greg Simmons of Ripley and Mike Chiota of Huntington. The couple left for a trip to the southwestern U. S. and Mexico after a reception in the church fellowship hall. They will reside in Huntington. * * * BOTH ARE graduates of Nitro High School. She is a cum laude graduate of Marshall University receiving an A. B. degree in Spanish and belonging to Phi Kappa Delta, professional educators honorary. She will study for a master's degree in Spanish. MRS. T. M. HARTLEY .. .former Romona Lynn Turner Her husband has an A.B. degree in history from Marshall and belongs to Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. He is enrolled in the Marshall graduate school. Married Saturday at tbe Frame Advent Christian Church with Edward G. Eskew, pastor, officiating, were Miss Roberta Lou Medley, daughter of Mrs. Virginia Medley of Frame, and the late Mr. Robert J. Medley, and Oregon' Thad Humphreys, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene T. Humphreys of Elk view. Miss Beverly Marks was the pianist and the bride was given in marriage by her brother. Timothy Robert Medley. The bride's sister. Mrs. Teresa Ann Cantrell. was matron of honor and bridesmaid was Mrs. Vickie Saunders. Jay Humphreys was best man for his brother and Robert Davis seated the guests. AFTER A church reception, the couple left for a trip to Myrtle Beach. S. C. They will reside on Chestnut Ridge Road in Morgantown. The newlyweds are graduates of Herbert Hoover High School. She has been employed at the Charleston Regional Chamber of Commerce and Development. Her husband attended West Virginia State MRS. G. T. HUMPHREYS .. .former Roberta Medley College for two years and will be enrolled in the school of physical therapy at West Virginia University. Patricia Alicia Mitchem Weds David W. Lamm on Saturday Celebrate 50 Years Open house will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. on Saturday in the Elmore Advent Church on Crescent Road to honor Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Parker, who will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary that day. They were married in 1925 by J.C. Jordan in Charleston. Mrs. Parker is the former Ada Cavender". Her husband is retired from Betsy Ross Bakery. They have three sons: Kenneth E. and Jarrell C. of Charleston, and Verlie Siska of Orlando, Fla., and six grandchildren. In a double-ring ceremony Saturday at St. John's United Methodist Church at Rand, Miss Patricia Alicia Mitchem became the bride of David William Lamm. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George S. Mitchem of Chesapeake and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Alton Wendell Lamm of Rand. The Rev. Ray W. Fink officiated and music was provided by Don Carpenter, organist, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry White. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, George Mitchem. Miss Tina Mitchem was maid of honor for her sister, and bridesmaids were Mrs. Debbie Myers, Miss Sherry Baxter and Miss Linda Raines. * * * JEFF WILSON served as best man and ushers were Tim Albert, Jerry Dotson and Bill Mollohan. Jeffrey Shawn Mitchem, brother of the bride, was ringbearer. Following a reception at Chesapeake United Methodist Church activity building, the couple left for a honeymoon trip to North Bend State Park and Kings Island. They will make their home at 5808-3 Starling Dr. Mrs, Lamm is a graduate of East Bank High School and is employed by the Kanawha County Courthouse. Her husband graduated from DuPont High School and is an accounting major at West Virginia Institute of Technology. He is employed by the Kroger Company. MRS. D.W. LAMM . . .former Alicia Mitchem Plans for Forthcoming Marriages Are Revealed Facts About Food The depth of the pan actually makes a big difference in your baking time according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture home economists. Use the appropriate size and number of pans when following a recipe. Statement of Policy GYMNASTIC CURRICULUM Lawrence Frankel Fitness Center, Inc.' Because coast-to-coast studies conducted by leading physical education authorities concluded that most programs, supposedly tailored to build the health and well-being of every child, actually concentrate on the athletically elite, we shall restrict our own registration to boys and girls between the ages of five to twelve. It is in this age group where the under-weight, the overweight, the shy, scrawny, handicapped, poorly coordinated, and even the normal, get short shrift. Our programs, which start with the opening of the school semester, will emphasize development of the individual child in accordance with his or her best potential. Instructor-to-pupil ratio will be on a one-to-seven basis. Classes will consist of Tumbling, Swedish Vaulting Box, Free X Routines, Aerobic Rope Skipping, Calisthenics and Conditioning. Emphasis will be placed upon posture, manners and decorum, in which context the Center will reserve the right to require the withdrawal of any child whose attitude and- deportment conflicts with the best interest of the group. Family physician's approval and parent interview are required. (*) Lawrence Frankel Fitness Center (106 Brooks Street) is a non-profit, noncommercial corporation under the management of an elected board of governors. (**) Programs are supervised,, health oriented, and have the benefit of on advisory board chosen from members of thi Kanawha Medical Society. Robinson-Davis - The forthcoming marriage of Miss Sherrie Lynn Robinson to Vincent Maurice Dayis, son of Mrs. Margaret Loftland of Philadelphia. Pa., and Thomas Preston of Atlantic City, N.J., has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Robinson of Richard Street. - The wedding will take place at 11:30 a.m. Aug. 23 at the Simpson Memorial United Methodist Church. * She is a graduate of West Virginia State College and will begin teaching in the fall. Her fiance attended West Virginia State College and works for Union Carbide Corp. Raines-Patterson Planning a fall wedding are Miss Elizabeth Ann Raines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis E. Raines of Dunbar, and Paul Jennings Patterson, son of Mr. arid Mrs. James L. Patterson of Main Street. The wedding will take place Oct. 4 at the First Presbyterian Church of Dunbar. Miss Raines graduated from Marshall University with _an A.S. degree in secretarial science. Her fiance attended Morris Harvey College and is employed by the National Bank of Commerce in Charleston. Ferris-Hornburg Planning a Nov. 29 wedding at Southland Bible Institute Chapel in Pikeville, Ky., are Miss Deborah Kaye Ferris and Gary L. Hornburg. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O.B. Ferris of Rockdale Drive, and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hornburg of Wellsville, N.Y. The bride-elect is a graduate and present employe of Southland Bible Institute. Her fiance is a graduate of Alfred State College of New York and is employed at the Bible Institute. FABRICS FABRIC Soy milk contains less calcium, phosphorous, vitamin A, and some other nutrients -- but has more iron than cow's milk. The fat content is about one-half to two-thirds that of whole milk. * * * Processed soybean oil may be used as oil in any recipe. It is light in color and has a mild flavor. But -- remember to keep it ijn the refrigerator after opening. ' v. - * * * » n ;- Dry soybeans may be purchased year -around and are prepared for eating in the jsame ways as other dry beans. BODY PERMS for that Casual Effect! EXTRA SPECIALS^WITH COltfONSL r--------p --------1 Reg. $10.00 Reg. $20.00 ALLURE | NATURAL CURL Reg. $35.00 C.P.A.'15» TINT RETOUCH Short Hair With Coupo I '" $7 "i HAIRCUT, SHAMPOO SET Short Hair $475 With Coupon t SPECIAL GROUP BASS WEJUNS No appointment necessary unless you prefer a "special operator. Hollywood Beauty Salon 711 Fife St. 342-4542 Open Evenings by Appointment, Mondoy-Tuesday-Thursdoy-Fridoy SPECIALS 3 DAYS ONLY 100% COTTON CORDUROY First quality pinwale, 7-wale, and ribless solids, plus men's wear, floral, and juvenile prints for sportswear, outerwear, and even decorating. Machine wash, tumble dry, 44-45"wide. Reg.$2.Wt«$2.99yd. You save to $1.11 yd. ·1 YARD 100% POLYESTER DOUBLE KNITS Beautiful multi-colored fancies and popular solids including Kimberly Crepe stitch -- they're just the thing to give your dress and sportswear wardrobe a boost! Machine wash, tumble dry, 58-60" wide. Reg. $2.99 to $3.49 yd. You save to $1.50 yd. YARD SOFTY PENNY LOAFERS $ 9" OVER 300 PAIRS NEW GROUP OF AIGNER JUST ARRIVED (REGULAR PRICE) QUILTS PRINTS In washable 100% Cotton, and 50% Polyester. 50% Cotton; quilts have 100% Polyester fill and Acetate tricot backing. QUILTED 43-44" wide Reg. $2.69 and $2.99 yd. , UNQUILTED 44-45" wide Reg. $1.49 yd. $199 $119 · YARD · YARD Does "0' conform to childun »ileepweor iiO"dord DC 3 '2 Should "o bo worn nco' source ol l"t JERSEY KNITS DRESS PRINTS Washable 100°o Acetate Jersey knit prints plus a beautiful selection of machine wash, tumble dry 100°o Polyester woven prints for dresses and blouses 45 wide. Reg. Si:99 yd. You save 71c yd. YARD $100 DRESS SPORTSWEAR FAVORITES. Mony*olIds4print,.«S'wlde.R e g.$1.19toS1.49yd I YD. $199 · YD.' $100 · YD* T-SHIRT KNITS. Hi** a«ortm*nt of wlids and prints. 60" wide. Reg. $2.99 yd FLANNEL PRINTS SOLIDS. Don rtol conform 10 children jltepwtor J'Ondord DC 3 7? Should no' !» worn rw iovrtf ol lue FAVORITE DOUBLE KNITS. 100% Acrylk. 100% Polyester. SMC" wld..Re9. S3.49 to S3.99 yd. . | SHOES | T lohntee f 237C«pHelStr*ft 344-2611 m^ ^^ ··t. _ - PtazaEost OMriwIwvWMtVlrfM* J44-W1J MM^rt.10'1lf fc«i*«ri-* 111 6th Avenue 25* Grand Central Mall PBnCVf^BMTflr IrwMt TITJpWKI 4SS-M76 Putnam VHIage Beckfoy Plaza 7SS-477J to-* Bkre Prince Plata MlWMtVlr! 317.5454 FABRICS,

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page