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2E--Sept. 3, 1972 Sunday Gazette-Mail Ch*rle*on, W*s Virginia- Church Women United Schedule State Session On Sept. 20-22 at Ripley ''Women Becoming'" is the theme for the Church Women United's 27th state assembly Sept. 20-22 at Cedar Lakes, Ripley. Mrs. Edna Sinclair, former national president, will be the national representative and MRS. EDNA SINCLAIR National Representative resource leader for the assembly. She will address the group at Presidents' Night and will participate in a symposium Thursday. She has served on the International World Day of Prayer committee and presently is a member of the Church Women United development team. * * * SPEAKERS WILL be Miss Elizabeth Hallanan, chairman of the West Virginia Public Service Commission. She was the first woman judge of a court of record in West Virginia. Dr. Mildred M. Bateman, director of the West. Virginia Department of Mental Health, will speak. Mrs. Freda Noble Paul, now serving her third term as a member of the West Virginia House of Delegates, is another speaker. Registration fee is $16 for two nights' lodging, six meals and door-to-door insurance. Reservation fees should be sent to Mrs. William Pearson. 2320 Schoolhouse Rd., Fairmont 26554. Week's Slate Features Speakers Open House Planned Open house will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Sept. J O in the Shepherd United Methodist Church on Frame Street to honor Mr. and Mrs. Fred P. Tinsloy, who will celebrate their golden wedding 1 anniversary Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tinsley have one son, Russell F. of Homer Street, and one granddaughter. Mrs. Tinsley is the former Mae Sayre. Her husband is retired from Libbey-Owens- Ford where he was employed for 32 years. Miss Townsend, David Kirk Wed Miss Deborah Faan Townsend, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Townsend of South Charleston, became the bride of David Kirk, son of 1st Sgt. and Mrs. Raymond Kirk of Radcliff, Ky., at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in the Darlington United Methodist Church. The Rev. L. E. Crowson of Moorefield and the Rev. William FF. Byrd officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Z. L. Bakoss. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length gown of ivory satapeau designed with a Guipure lace bib front, high scalloped collar and long sleeves with ruffles at the wrists. A wide lace ruffle bordered the hemline of her skirt and matching lace edged her chapel-length mantilla. She carried daisies, carnations, asters and baby's breath. M.ISS CHARLOTTE Hughes was maid of honor for her cousin. Miss Janet Kirk of Radcliff, sister of the bride- Chapter Plans Celebration Xi Alpha Omicron Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Soroity, will celebrate its beginning day at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the home of the president, Mrs. Harold Richards of Blue Sky Drive, South Charleston. Mrs. Norman Collier will be cohos- tess. Plans for the coming year will be presented. Members a t t e n d i n g t h e council refresher workshop at the Daniel Boone were Mrs. Jack Durbin, Mrs. Bill Guthric, Mrs. Bil! Stinnctie. Mrs. Harold Richards and Mrs. Tom Maddox. groom, and Miss Margaret Mills and Miss Cathy Frick of South Charleston were bridesmaids. William Kirtley of Durham, N.C., was best man. Ushers were Edwin Kirk of Radcliff, brother of the bridegroom, Abraham Arnold of Radcliff, and Douglas Mundy of South Charleston. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Atlanta. Ga., and Myrtle Beach. S.C. They will live at Syiva, N.C. MRS. KIHK graduated from South Charleston High School and is a senior majoring in early childhood education at Western Carolina University. Her husband, a graduate of 71st High School in Fayetteville, N.C., graduated from WCU and plans to attend graduate school there this fall. The bridegroom's parents hosted the rehearsal dinner at the Rose City Smorgasbord in Si. Alban^. A buffet was heici at the bride's home following rehearsal. The bride was honored with showers given by Mrs. Kenneth Atkins. Mrs. Carol Poe and Mrs. Marvin Huffman and by Mrs. James Mills and Miss Margaret Mills. MKS. DAVID K I R K . . . j'ormer Deborah Townsend Hoffman-Wright Bridal Performed Miss Linda Rose Wright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wright of Weirlon. became the bride of James C. Hoffman, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Connally Hoffman of Belle, at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Du Pont City Presbyterian Church. The Rev. J. V. Middleton officiated. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a knee- Icngth A-line dress of white satin under a long sleeve lace coat. She wore a shoulder- length illusion veil and carried lace-covered prayerbook with yellow tea roses and lily of the valley. Mr. and Mrs. David Arthur of Belle were matron of honor and best man. Ushers were Paul E. and Burl Hoffman, brothers of the bridegroom. FOLLOWING A reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Bbcock State Park. They will live at 34.S9 West DuPon't Ave., Belle. Mrs. Hoffman graduated from West Liberty State College and teaches at Marmet Elementary School. She is a member of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority and KCEA. H e r husband g r a d u a t e d from DuPont High School and attended Colorado School of Mines. He is employed by the West Virginia Department of Highways. Connie Sue Coffman Bride Of William Joseph Bloss II HOFFMAN" Linda W n o / i r Miss Connie Sue Coffman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James S. Coffman of Sissonville Road, became the bride of William Joseph Bloss II, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Joseph Bloss of Waverly, Ohio, at 2 p.m. Saturday "in Uie Boyd Memorial Christian ZHIVAGO LOOKS FOR YOU... luxurious midi-coat, hooded fake seal with lynx trim, Soft shapes for your fall wardrobe by Lassie Junior! Reg. $84. with clipping of this ad: f SÂ«cÂ«l hour, IK, w . , i . ~ X , I OPEN TUESDAY AND I Â«^ THURSDAY NITES 7119 J Church. The Rev. Andrew Laney officiated. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a satin gown fashioned with a lace bodice, mandarin collar and' long full sleeves. A lace headdress held her full-length illusion veil which also was edged with lace and she carried pink sweetheart roses and white carnations. VICKI COFFMAN was maid of honor for her sister and .MKS. W. ,!. BLOSS II . . . jarincr Connie Cofjman another sister, Cindy Coffman, was flowergiii. Randy Bloss was best man for his brother and ushers were Don and, Tom Bloss, his cousins. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Hawks Nest. They will live in Charleston. Mrs. Bloss graduated from Sissomille High School and is i a former cmplo\t of the Slate I of West. Virginia and of the Valley Bell Dairy. Her husband, a graduate of j Waverly North High School, j attended Ohio University. He is employed by the Diamond. How Con I? Q. Kow can I clean copper utensils? A. Mix a cup of flour and a i tablespoon of salt to a paste Â· with vinegar. Ruh this over the copper with a soft cloth, ; Â»hpn polish with a flannel or : charnois. Q. How can I remove airplane cement from furniture? A. Try rubbing over this with some cold cream. The Woman's Department of the Sunday Gazette-Maii would appreciate details of club meetings on post cards to be receired prior to 7 p.m. Wednesday of eacli week. Today Ladies Auxiliary 2fiOii, Veterans of World War I, 1:30 p.m., Lee Terrace, social hour with Barracks 2606, hostess chairman Mrs. Helen Nunley. Tuesday IVIeadowbrook Women's Golf, tee-off 9 a.m., penny-a-putt, hostesses Mrs. Sarah Haddad, Mrs. A.V. Novak and Mrs. William Brico. Senior Citizens of South Charleston Recreation Center, 11:30 a.m., Little Creek Park, shelter 2, covered-dish picnic, games and door prize, coffee furnished, all senior citizens welcome. Charleston Welcome Wagon N e w c o m e r s Club, 11:45 a.m., Daniel Boone Hotel, reservation A through H with Mrs. Judy Walker, 7443535, I through Z with Mrs. Maggie Johnson, 342-1694. Fort Lee Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, noon, home of Mrs. A.G. Capinpin, 1725 Rolling Hills Circle, Mrs. C.W. Hagerman cohostess, speaker, Miss Lucile Stutler, state regent, American Heritage campers to attend. St. Albans Christian Temperance Union, 1:30 p.m., St. Albans Library, installation, collection of dues, program by Mrs. R.O. O'Dell, Mrs. Roger Collins and Mrs. Matilda Whittaker. American Business Woman's Assn., Mountaineer Chapter, 6:15 p.m., Elks Club, Mary DeRoo to speak on "Meals on Wheels." Xi Beta Beta Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority. 7:30 p.m., home of Nancy Kogoy, program by Janet Cochran, revealing gift for secret sister. Kanawha City Social and Civic League! 8 p.m., clubhouse, 744 "i Victory Ave., hostesses Mrs. Margaret Hill and Miss Pinkie Johnson. South Charleston Chapter 131, Order of Eastern Star. 8 p.m., South Charleston Masonic Temple, master Ma- sons night. Bert Hartley and Denver Peck host chairmen. River Road Garden Club, 8 p.m., Trinity M e t h o d i s t Church, program by Mrs. K.A. Crookshanks, hostesses Mrs. Phillip A l e x a n d e r , Mrs. E.B. Kee, Mrs. H.J. Wiersteiner and Mrs. W.J. Stuck. Colonial Club, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. A.E Raspillaire. 3711 Washington Street, Jefferson Park, cohostess Mrs. Jay Nelson, roll call summer 72. Woman's Club of Cross Lanes, St. David's Church, speaker Richard Hunt, principal of Andrew J a c k s o n Junior High School. Wednesday K a n a w h a Country Club. Bridge, 9:30 a.m., reservations with Mrs. James Gough, 1224 Park Ave. Berry Hills Country Club Bridge, 9:45 a.m., reservations with Mrs. James Wildey, 343-0754. Paragon Club, 10:30 a.m., South Charleston Recreation Center. St. Albans Senior Citzens, 12:30 p.m., Villager Apartments, bring s a n d w i c h , poems, games and door prizes. Â·, Frances Willard Central Women's Christian Temperance Union, 1 p.m., annual dues tea, Calvary Baptist Church. Kanawha Valley Dental Assistants Assn., 6 p.m., fall dinner, Humphreys Pine Room, speaker Dr. James D. Mendenhall. St. Albans Woman's Club, 6:30 p.m., clubhouse, music by the Teays Valley Boys, covered-dish dinner. Ladies Philoptochos Society, St. John's Greek Orthodox Church, 7:30 p.m., church annex, hostess Mrs. D.K. Zaharis. Charleston Mu Gamma Chapter, Alpha Iota Sorority, bridge club, 7:30 p.m., home of Mrs. Avis Phelps, 2110 Lincoln Ave., St. Albans. West Virginia Alpha Chapter 70555, Phi Sigma Alpha, 7:30 p.m., home of Mrs. Virginia Hunt, 1317 Summit Dr., co- j hostess Mrs. Juanita Downs, j programs by Mrs. Sarah i Bergman and Mrs. Anna- Â·Â· belle Dawson. Brookhaven Garden Club, 7:30 p.m., home of Mrs. William Blake, 122 Brentwood Rd.. Nitro, Mrs. William Ashford speaker, bazaar workshop to follow. Mrs. James Passero and Mrs. Bill Muck cohos- lesses. Charleston Mothers of Twins Club, 8 p.m., Appalachian Power Co., 301 Virginia St., E., prospective new members make reservations with Mrs. Eugene S. Brown, 7445287 or with Mrs. Gary Bur- urn, 346-4947, by Tuesday. Charleston White Shrine No. 7, 8 p.m., Scottish Rite Building, Capitol Street, social hour with Loraine Wright and Ann Smith as chairmen, White Shrine Patrol meets at 6:30 p.m. Thursday Sleepy Hollow Women's Golf Assn., 9 a.m., tee off, mystery event hostesses Mrs. Jim Hager and Mrs. Ray Payne. Life Member Club, Telephone Pioneers of America, 1:30 p.m., a u d i t o r i u m , 1500 MacCorkle Ave., travelogue, business meeting and social hour. South Charleston Quota Club, 6:30 p.m., Rose City Cafeteria, dinner business meeting, preparation for fall conference. Zonta Club of Charleston, 7:30 [ p.m., Trinity L u t h e r a n Church, business meeting. Beta Sigma Phi City Council, 7:30 p.m., CP Telephone Co. auditorium, 1500 MacCorkle Ave., SE, all chapters invited. Woman's Club of Dunbar, 7:30 p.m., clubhouse, 323 14th St., programs by Miss Cynthia Lytton of Girl Scouts, Mrs. Kenneth Jack and Mr*, Linda Cooper, hostess *alr- man Mrs. Christine Bright. Westmoreland Garden Club, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. Robert Ramsey, 401 M c D o w e l l Ave., Dunbar, Mrs. Mary Merritt speaker. Charleston Rose Society, 8 p.m., Charleston Federal Savings and Loan, hostesses Mrs. Ray Koch and Mrs. Herbert Brown. Friday Golden Age Club, 10 a.m., Salvation Army activities room, games with prizes, door prize, business meeting, devotions by Mrs. Irem Fleck, readings and poems by members, bring sandwich, coffee furnished. Order of the Ladies of United Commercial Travelers of America, Charleston Auxiliary 222, 6:30 p.m., UCT Hall on Grant Street, covered-dish dinner, members) and Kanawha Council 21 and wives invited, meeting for both auxiliary and council will follow. W i l l i a m Morris Chapter,, Daughters of the American R e v o l u t i o n, 12:30 p.m., Humphreys. Mrs. Williaim McClaugherty speaker, statt president general will visit, music by Aaron Pancake. Hobbycrafts * For Fun * For Profit * For Bible School * For Shut-Ins * For Group Projects FOUNTAIN HOBBY CENTER ContrW. Nnl. St., SiilerÂ«Â». Phone 344.1441 Charleston A Girl.. .plus the right photographer Heed we say more! Stewart Studio 1004QUARRIERST. Charleston, W. Vo. Appt. Phona 344-297! piece goods shop 5 BIG LOCATIONS: ST. 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