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-August 17,1975 Sunday Gazette-Mail S. _ CW*Â«OR A*S' VJS.M Women Slate Week's Activities Item* for tie Stuufcty Coietle-JfoU Cl*l Calender auut be tubmltted om pott eardi to the Woman't Deportment of the Coiette by 4 p.m. on Wednetdoy. Meafewfcrwk Women's Bridge, 9:30 a.ui. for reservations call 744-0181. Betty Hills Bridge, 9:45 a.m.. reservations by noon Monday with Mrs. Everett Doty, 744-5620 or Mrs. Regis Heinzer, Monday Alpha Xi Delta Sorority, 6:30 p.m., alumnae picnic, home of Eugenia Westfall, bring covered dish. Tops (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Club, 7 p.m.. Cross Lanes Church of God, 5080 Washington St.. W., organizing meeting, for information call 776-3428. Hurricane LaLeche League, 7:30 p.m.. home of Judy Morrell, 107 Green Dr.. Hurricane, for information call June Price, 562-9868. Dunbar Chapter 133, Order of Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Dunbar Lodge Hall, honor Robert Morris, host Otho McVey. Chelyan Chapter 161, Order of Eastern Star, 7:30 p.m.. special meeting for school of instruction. LaLeche League of Charleston, 7:30 p. m , home of Mrs. James Paulus. 682 Gordon Dr. nutrition and weaning, anyone interested in breastfeeding invited, for information call 346-8417. Beau Ra Court 77, Ladies Oriental Shrine, 8 p.m.. Scottish Rite Building, social hour hostesses Louise Caldwell, Anna Meadows and Irene Allen. Mu Gamma Chapter, Alpha lota Sorority, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. Frances Waggoner, 106 Lynn St., South Charleston, international convention report. rority, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. Frances Waggoner, 106 Lynn St., South Charleston, international convention report. Thursday St. Albaas Extension Homemakers Club, 11:30 a.m.. picnic, home of Mrs. Albert Barnett. Woodside Drive, report from Randy Melton, student conservation camp delegate. Tops (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Club, 6:30 p.m.. Baptist Temple, visitors welcome. Friday Golden Age Club of the Salvation Army, 10 a.m., 301 Tenn. Ave., games with prizes, door prize. 11 a.m., business meeting, devotional, each member bring reading or poem and a friend, bring sandwich, coffee furnished. Tops (Take Off Pounds Setsihly) Club, 6:30 p.m.. St. Albans Library, all who need to lose or maintain weight welcome, for information call 727-3159. CHARLESTON BEAUTY ACADEMY 711V2FIFEST. PHONE 346-9603 OPEN 8 TO 4 TUES.THRU SAT [HKOU MOW fOR SWTMBH CLASS! Â· Low Tuition For A lifetime Career Â· Nationally Accredited! Â· Good Student loan Available! Open House Is Planned Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Day will be guests of honor as they celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with open house from 2 to 5 p.m. on Aug. 24 at their home at 1631 Ravinia Rd. The son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Williams of Fairmont will be hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Day were married on Aug. 28,1925 by the Rev. D. H. Matherly of the First Christian Church in Catlettsburg, Ky. She is the former Pearl Williams. They are lifelong residents of Charleston and both are retired from Charleston Newspapers, he after 40 years and she with 30 years service. He is past president of the Gazette's Old Man Heck Club. Mr. and Mrs. Day have four living grandchildren. Miss Cynthia Lynn Scott Bride of David Wandling HOMETOWN - The Wilkinson Memorial Methodist Church was the setting here Saturday when Miss Cynthia Lynn Scott became the bride of David William Wandling. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy L. Scott of Hometown and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Estel E. Wandling of Eleanor. Officiating was the Rev. R. A. Frame and music was provided by Wayne Rollins. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. Matron of honor was the bridegroom's sister. Mrs. Rosemary Meadows and Miss Rebecca Elliot was maid of honor. Bridesmaids included Mrs. Sherry Higginbotham and Miss Deirdra Persinger. Wendy Wandling. niece of the bridegroom was flower- girl and Tom Jiruden was ringbearer. * * * JIMMY MOORE served as best man and ushers were Greg Dean, cousin of the bride. Mike Kelly and Bruce Meadows, brother-in-law of the bridegroom. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach, S.C. They will reside in Columbus. Ohio. Mrs. Wandling is a graduate of Poca High School and Morris Harvey College with an A.S. degree in radiologic technology. Her husband graduated from Buffalo MRS. D. W. WANDLING .. .former Cynthia Scott High School and attended Glenville State College. She is employed by Grant Hospital of Columbus and he is affiliated with 84 Lumber of Westerville. Tuesday Berry Hills Ladles Golf Assn., 9 a.m., event most pars, WWGA low net. hostesses Mrs. Ralph Jones and Mrs. Henry Payne. Sleepy Hollow Women's Golf, 9 a.m., most pars with handicap, hostesses Mrs. William Ranson and Mrs. George Hoffer. Welcome Wagon Newcomers Club, 10 a.m.. Ernie's Esquire, luncheon. 11:30 a.m.. cards and games day, bring own game or table of players, reservations with Debbie Dunn, 345-1600 or Charlotte Stallard. 925-9264. Senior Citiient of South Charleston Recreation Center, 11:30 a.m., Little Creek Park, Shelter 2, covered-dish luncheon, door prize and games, coffee furnished. American Association of Retired Persons, 1:30 p.m.. Lee Terrace, program on journey to India by Mrs. Lawrence Peggs, all national and local members welcome. Green Valley Extension Homemakers, 6 p.m.. City Park, St. Albans, family picnic. Tyler Heights Extension Homemakers, 6:30 p.m., activity building of Community Chapel, vesper service, families included, covered dish, slide show. Parents Anonymous, 7 p.m., call Contact, 346-0826. PEO, Chapter H, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. Walter Coopey. 1530 Virginia St.. E.. program by Mrs. Jim Brimhall. South Charleston 131, Order of Eastern Star, 8 p.m.. South Charleston Masonic Temple. Rob Morris night, social hour chairmen Delores Thaxton and Mildred Light. Wednesday Senior Citizens of Cross Lanes, 6:30 p.m.. Community Chapel Church, board buses for trip to West Virginia State Fair, bring lunch and drinks, picnic at roadside park. St. Albans Senior Citizens, 9 to 11:30 a.m., blood pressure clinic, luncheon at 1 p.m., with dessert by First United Church Women, door prizes and games. Kanawha County Club Bridge, 9:30 a.m., reservations with Mrs. James Durrett, 2710 Knox Ave. AT CLUB MEDITERRANEE GUADELOUPE, YOU DO ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING FOR ABSOLUTELY NOTHING. ^w^^yi^^'^^gpp limi Â·Â· ^i^MjSV^ A week on Guadeloupe costs no more than a week at an ordinary resort. Except all the extras don't cost extra. Included in the initial price are comfortable, air-conditioned rooms, three meals a day (unlimited food at every meal) and all the free wine you can drink at lunch and supper. All you have to pay for are drinks atthe bar. The activities are free too. There's free tennis. Free sailing. Free water skiing and scuba diving. Free picnic ex- Â· cursion boat rides, Free yoga and calisthenics. What's more, there's free group lessons and equipment in all sports. And, free live entertainment every night. Not only that but you have your choice of Club Med- iterranee'siwo villages on the island. Fort Royal, a smaller, Charleston National Travel Service Suite 416 Charleston National Plaza more personal village with a mini club for kids. And the larger more luxurious Caravelle, with its famous Antilles beach, If you'd like to know more, come in and see us or call. A vacation at Club Mediter- ranee on Guadeloupe is a place where you can do a lot more without having to pay a lot more. Call 348-4425 L^The Charleston National Bank Susan Kav Lowery Married t^ t/ In Alum Creek Church Saturday Miss Susan Kay Lowery, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Lowery of Alum Creek, became the bride of Lester Lamon Nida II. Saturday at the Independent Missionary Baptist Church of. Alum Creek. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester L. Nida of Barboursville. The Rev. Fred Connery performed the ceremony and nuptial music was provided by Randy Peters. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Cindy Lowery was the maid of honor for her sister and Robert Nida. brother of the bridegroom was best man. The former Miss Lowery has completed one year at West Virginia I n s t i t u t e of Technology majoring in physical education. She also is a cheerleader there. Her husband attends WVIT majoring in civil engineering. He is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity. Mr. and Mrs. Nida will reside in Montgomery. MRS. L. L. NIDA .. .former Sutan Lowery Our reputation is in the carpet we sell you!! Carpet shopping can be frustrating because a lot of people will sell you a carpet without knowing your needs. They'll confront you with a bewildering assortment of fabrics, fibers and brand names that will leave you confused and frustrated. 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