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8E--Sept. 3, 1972 SunHav Gazette-Mail --Charleston, Wwt Virgin!*Lale Summer Travelers Wedding Guests, Visitors in City ^^ «/ By Diddy Matliews Palmer 342-Id 10 Relatives arriving this week to attend their wedding on Saturday j r . and a round of prenuptial social events planned in honor of the young couple. The marriage will take place at t h e First Presbyterian Church and will be followed by a reception at Edpewood Couiv.r 1 . Club. gue.^s at a breakfast at their the interior mural painting King's I s l a n d Amusement Park. Mrs. Harry G. Hudnall of Covington, Va.. and her son, Bertram! R. Hudnall II, dean and the bridegroom's parents, j of admissions at Randolph- Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Brown, i and Mr. and Mrs. Sherman ! Weslrich entertained with a ; home on Dogwood Road, and herself. Last week, on the last . after the reception, a dinner lap of their long journey. Mr. t i · fr ' enris of for tne same group will be and Mrs. Mills were in Bards- Miss Helen Harris Bush and fi j ve n at Edge-wood by Mr. town. Ky.. to see their daugh- Karl Edward Sittler will be an(! Mrs . ,, ohn F Mt . t ; ee . t er. Sheila, and her husband, Miss June Hill and A. J. Peck ALSO ON Saturday Mr. and ; Mrs. Alex Diznoff and Dr. and i Mrs. Jack Pushkin held open j house at the Pushkin home ! Sleven Earth. Miss LJavin Smallridge. who lives in Denver, Colo., will be Miss Bush's maid of honor and arrived last week to visit her parents. Her brother, John Smallridge Jr.. freshman at Central State Oklahoma University in Kdmoml, Okla., The bride-to-be, daughter of is a r r i v i n g later this week and Mr. and Mrs. Kcnyon T. Bush will be a groomsman, of Ridgeway Road. OTHER RRIDKS.MAins will be Mrs. Tierney, Miss Sittler. came home last Wednesday from Cambridge, Mass., and her fiance is arriving Thursday. They are both graduate stu .MRS. M A K V S u l l i v a n , head of t h e French department at George W a s h i n g t o n High School, and six of her students returned Monday from a six- week t r i p to Europe. For the first four weeks, the group was in Paris, where llr-y s.:n- ed at the Ecole de Xormale d ' l n s t i t u t c u r s and studied under a program sponsored by the University of Bath, England. Afterwards, thcv visited Macon Woman's College in Lynchburg, Va., were guests last week of her brother and sister-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Paul H. Revercomb of Kanawha Avenue. SE. They also visited in Huntington, where Mr. Russell addressed a R-M alumnae group. Miss Julie Smith will leave Tuesday to resume her studies at Salem College, Winston-Salem, N.C.. where she will be a sophomore, after spending the Mrs. John B. Carothcrs of St. Louis. Mo.. Mr,. Mi.-iharl Dn- Gencva, Lucerne. Heidelberg summer with her parents, Mr. dents at Massachusetts Insti- TM?cq of New York City, and lute of Technology. Dr. and Mrs. Edward Vieth Sittler of Giessen. West Germany, parents of the prospec- Miss Sandra Auchincloss of Cambridge, Mass. Other out-of-town guests at: the wedding w i l l include the and Brussels before going to London for a week's stay. W i t h Mrs. Sullivan were Mary Rich Lewis of Robin H-;id Road. Sheryl Seim of Gordon Drive. John Hall of Alta Road, f i v e bridegroom, w i l l " a l s o be bride-elect's brother, William here Thursday, and will be Kw - von BL ' sh of Boston joined here by two other sons and a daughter: Uiring Sittler. also of Giessen. Wolf Vielh Sittler of Minneapolis Minn., and Miss Andrea Sittler of Xew York City. Wolf Sittler's daughter, Ingrid, will accompany him and will be flowergirl in the ceremony. ON THURSDAY. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Smallridge Jr. will entertain with a cocktail party at their home on Bougemont R o a d complimenting Miss Bush and her fiance. Fridav . r r · iiiv/i tiiv,, mitii) L j o n y i evening, a buffet supper will Miss Calherine Heron be given by Mr. and Mrs. John D. Smallridge. their daughler and son, Miss Davin Mass.; her maternal mother, Mrs. William Berly Beaver, Mr. and Mrs. James Morgan and W i l l i a m F. Megan, all of Albermarle, N.C.; Mr. and Mrs. Johrr Terrence Drew of Seattle, Wash.. Mrs. Carl Jennings Beaver of China Grove, N.C., Mrs. Guy Beaver of Concord, N.C., Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Allen of Crown Point. Inri.. Mr. and Mrs. Erskine Bowles of Raleigh. N.C.. Mr. Domecq, Roberl M. K r e c d m a n of Cam ! ''"id«c Mass., Mr. and Mrs. David Morine. Miss Sally Willis, and Martin Kcsofsky. all of Washington. D.C.. Mrs. DeWitt Holt of Troy. N.Y.. Mrs. Joel Hub- Srnallridge and John Smaller of Philadelphia. Pa.. Miss ridge Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ratherine Kenna of Morgan- M. Kenna and their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. L. Clark Tiernev of Haver- town, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kenna Jr. of Boston. Mas.-, ' ' r . and Mrs. Moosmann of Wil- f . _ ._, . . . . . . . . I M J - l ! - J . i n V W v ' J I I C 4 I I 1 I V I t i l l ford, Pa. This party will be n l i ngton. Del.. Robert Moos- held at the Smallridge home, also on Bougemont Road. A luncheon will be given on Friday by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Jones Jr. at their home on Chafton Road. mann Jr. of Denver, Colo.. Mr. and Mrs. John Myung of Tulsa, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. McJunkin of Lexington. Va., Mr. and Mrs. Briltain McJunkin of Morgan- Ann Riddle of Druid Place, Joyce Thomas of Laurel Road and Rob Chandler of Pinch. Angus E. Peyton and his daughter. Miss Lisa Peyton, returned Friday to their home on Quincy Lane after a month of travelng in Europe, Egypt and Africa. Lisa is leaving Tuesday to enter Dcnison Uni- vevsitv L r , (\"any''\** Oh o Other Charleston freshmen at Dcnison this year will include Miss Sarah Voorhees, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Voorhees of Quincy Lane; Miss Mary Beth Criles, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John L. Crites of Kanawha City, and L. Newton Thomas III, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Thomas Jr. of Newton Road. and Mrs. E. Dana Smith of Norwood Road. Miss Lakin Ray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Ray of Oglethorpe Road, will be a freshman at Salem and left Saturday to enroll. W If * MRS. ROBERT C. Magnuson and her son, Robert, returned last week from Del Mar, Calif., where they were guests for 10 days of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Allan M. Carson. Miss Barrie Baer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Baer II of Sweetbrier Road, last week entered the freshman class at Kansas City Art School. Kansas City. Mo., and was accompanied there by her parents and her sister and brother, Barbie and Frank. rehearsal dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bloom, Dr. and Mrs. Phillip Goldstein, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Lashinsky, Dr. and Mrs. Ben Newman, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Preiser and Mr and Mrs. Ben Sherman will host a brunch this morning at the Holiday Inn. The bride was honored wilh a luncheon and shower at Wren's Nest. Hostesses were Mrs. Sanford Lew-is, Mrs. Murray Lewis, Mrs. Paul Friedberg and Mrs. Stanley Rubin. Showers also were given by Mrs. Richard Herman and by Mrs. Paul Aaron, Mrs. David Borstein. Mrs. Fred Caplan, Mrs. Milton Diznoff, Mrs. Sam Katzeff and Mrs. Charles K e r s t e i n at the Heart-0-Town Motor Inn. Among the guests are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Abramson of Mount Pleasant, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jay Barr, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Perlman, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Plevin, Mrs. Jules Swartz. Miss Rae Mervis, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cholok and Michelle Cholok of Pittsburgh Dr. and Mrs. Barry Diznoff of Philadelphia, Pa. and Mr.and Mrs. Philip Abramson of Greensburg, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Berenson OLD MILWAUKEE Milwaukee is the city that means beer. That's why it takes a lot of nerve to name a beer Old Milwaukee. It's a tough name to live up to. Unless you've got the beer. This beer has it. Old Milwaukee. The beer that tastes as great as its name. Pick up a 6- pak today or the new 12-pak carrier. Old Milwaukee is at your favorite tavern, carryout, or supermarket and is distributed by Cardinal Distributing Inc., Sissonville .Road, Charleston, W. Va. Another Charlestonian w h o of Framingham, Mass., Mr. entered the same school was Daniel Loewenstein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Loewenstein of Ridgcway Road. Nine Charleston girls will be leaving next weekend for Hollins. Va., where they will be students at Hollins College. The group includes two fresh- and Mrs.Isadore Brown, Miss Cheryl Brown. Steven Brown, Mark Swartz and Mark Wol- barst of Quincy, Mass., Miss Ronnie Cohen of Winlhrop, Mass., Mrs. Jean Cole of Na- Uck, Mass., Miss Dot Gordon, Joel Stern. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Stern and Robert men: Miss Patricia Jenkins,' stern of Brookline. Mass., Before the wedding Satur- town, Mrs. Gilbert Samuclson day. Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. O f Wcstficld. N.J., Miss Donna the Sherwood will entertain bridal party and out-of-town BRISTLY LOCUST Postpaid. No C.O.O. Pa. Destinations add 6% Tax Seeding* 12to 18". Will form a dense | thicket 6 to 8 ft. in heighten poor soil, acid or alkaline. Light green foliage. Large r o s e p i n k flowers in clusters. May through June. Very fast growth. F u l l or \2 d a y sun. Developed by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture for use on mins spoil. 25 for $7.95 50 for .95 100 for .95 O Send me items circled above D Send me FREE Catalog H«m« Addrnt Ctty Stat* Zip Ant eodi No. MUSSER I N D I A N A , PA.15701 Seibert of Rome, Italy. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Zefler of Plainfield, N.J., Miss Claudia Blair and Harold Stowe bnlh of Charlotte, N.C., and How- I ar.d Capito of Colonia, N.J. MR. AND MRS.'Edward J. Mills Jr. returned Thursday to their home on Hickory Road after a two-month tour of | western states and Canada, i traveling by car with their | motor home attached. Their \ first, real stopover was in Carlsbad, N.M., and then they went on to Los Angeles, San Diego and other places in southern California before continuing to San Francisco for a visit. From there they traveled through Oregon and Washington, slopping in Seattle for several days, before d r i v i n g i n t o Canada t o v i = i t B a n f f . Lake and Jasper Park. They then returned to Wyoming for some fishing at Jackson Hole. On the homeward journey east, they stopped in Clinton, Iowa for a glimpse of the showboat, "Rhododendron,"' formerly owned by the state of West Virginia and later sold to and refurbished by the State of Iowa as a tourist a t t r a c t i o n . When it was s t i l l on the Kanawha River and heing readied for the West Virginia Centennial celebration in 1963. Mrs. Mills was in charge of its decorating and did much of 1/2 Off Scotts lawn spreader when bought with S9.95 worth of any Scott's products. All you do is buy $9.')5 worth of any Scotts lawn products, and you get one · h a l f off on a Scotts Spreader. Alone 19.95 $ 9 wh purchase described above Gwose from these fine Scotts products Turf Braider America's favorite lawn food Tnrf Builder Plus 2 Popular wced-'n-feed combine.'; full feeding of Turf Builder witli. dependable weed control ! P' US 2 5,000 sq ft (20Vi Ibs) 7.95 10.000 sq ft (4 libs) 14.95 15,000sqft(6l'/2lbs) 19.95 Crabgrass? All it takes to c l e a r out crabgrasa is a few minutes on your lawn wilh Scotts CLOUT. 5,000 sq ft (11 i/i Ibs) 6.95 Jo»'« Cardan Center Mo«l»m Herdwore Kanawha Supply Y V. Campbell of Oakmont Road left Thursday for A t l a n t a . Ga.. to visit her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. M c M i l l a n , who reside at 1120 Balmoral Rd.. \.E. The .McMillans are parents of their second child, a hoy named Robert Andrew .Jr., horn Tuesday. They also have a two-year-old daughter. Julia Tyler. Paternal grandparents arc Dr. and Mrs. W. Owen McMillan of Kanawha Avenue. Mrs. Alfred Li. Nichols I I I and children. Michelle and Skip, have returned to San A n t o n i o , Tex., after visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hotighlon Robson of Connell Road. Earlier in A u g u s t , they also visited Mrs. Nichols' uncle and a u n t . Mr. and Mrs. W i l l i a m A. Robson of Elmira. N.Y., and spent some time at a camp on Schoodic Lake, in M a i n e . They were accompanied to E l m i r a by her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. George E Robson of Lee Street. Mr. and Mrs. P. Joseph R e a t t i p Jr . t h e i r daughters and son. Jane. Susie and Joe, of Comstock Place have ret u r n e d from Hershey, Pa., where Mr. Beattie attended a real estate meeting. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Field in Lancaster. Pa. Mr. and Mrs. John Hardy of Virginia Beach. Va.. are spending the holiday weekend w i t h her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Gates of Cedar Road. F R A N Z SIC.EL W o r k m a n HI. son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Sipei W o r k m a n Jr. of Somer- layton Road. left. Tuesday for M a r i e t t a . Ohio, where he is a freshman at Marietta College. His brother. Daniel, is leaving Wednesday to enter Christchurch School. Chrislchurch Va. Mrs. Clung daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Jenkins of Sheridan Circle, and Miss Susan Woodard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Prince Woodard of Connell Road. Returning as upper - Beattie. riaugthter of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Beattie Jr. of Comstock Place; Miss Ann Francke, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Paul Francke of Connell Road; Miss Sally Hoblitzell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hob- lilzell of Sweetbrier Road; Mrs. Minnie Markowitz and Mrs. Bella Posner. of Brighton, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Miller of East Boston, Mass.. and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Otis of Newton, Mass. * * * GUESTS FROM Ohio include Mr. and Mrs. Paul Berman of East Liverpool, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Friedman and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Plevin of Shaker Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Midler of Steubenville, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Plevin NU-MAID MARGARINE You'll love the f l a v o r of Nu- Maid margarine, fresh ar. all out-doors. It's made wilh pasteurized, f a t - f r e e milk and is soft and easy t o s p r e a d on anything. Nu-Moid comes in c o l o r f u l , reusable bowls of seven bright colors. The picture at left s h o w s a product display at Fas-Chek supermarket, Ohio Avenue, Dunbar with Ray Seabolt, a s s i s t a n t store manager, and Mrs. Alphonso Nabors of Institute. Nu-Maid is made by the Miami Margarine Co., pioneer and leader in the development of margarine for half a century. Miss Patricia Long, daughter of Cleveland Heights and Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Long and Mrs. Harry Rosenberg of of Ridgeway Road; Miss Ann Ray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Ray of Ogle- thorpp Road: Miss Sharon Ruth Walker, daughter of Mr. Cleveland. Other guests are Harold Caplan of Van Nuys, Calif., Morris Caplan and Mrs. Isador J. Cholok of Sherman Oaks, Caland Mrs. Dennis Walker of if., Mrs. Joseph Levine and Nitro, and Miss Beverley Ann Hoskins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hoskins of St. Albans. Mrs. Jack Moss of Encino, j Calif.. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel | Marks and Mr. and 1 Mrs. Mi- : chael Marks of Louisville, » - Ky., Harris and Norman Lev- MR. AM) MRS. George W. ine an d Mr. and Mrs. Abra- Jones Jr. and daughter. Miss n a m Levine of New York City, Mary Elizabeth Jones, of Cnn- Michael Pitt and Miss Peggy nell Road are returning today Goldbert of F a r m in g t o n, Mich.. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Plevin, Mrs. Abram Sheikov- WINCHESTER IS HERE Winchester little cigars are here. Winchester is packaged 20 per pack and costs less than ciao- rettes. Pick up a pack or carton at your favorite tobacco outlet. It's something else. It's another fine tobacco product from R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. after spending several days at t h e i r vacation home at Beech Mountain, N.C. Mary Elizabeth had as her guest Miss Diane Peek of Atlanta, Ga. Miss Palty Jones, who has been working this summer in a gift shop at Beech Mountain, will return home Tuesday. George W. Jones III, who has been visiting his Brother, Duke Lyon of Fort Lauderdale. Fla.. on Saturday resumed his .studies at the University of the South, Sewanee, Trnn. Mr. · and Mrs. Charles P. Miller Jr. and N. M. Steen, all itz and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kanner of Miami Beach, Fla. Mrs. Irene Lashinsky of North Miami Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Plevin of Cleanvater Fla., and Mrs. David Sheffer of Norfolk, Va. Guests from within the state are Mr. and Mrs. Yankee Bar bakow of Princeton, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beinhorn of Wil liamson, Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Bushman of Weirlon, Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Chapnick and Mrs. Isadore Moshein of Clarksburg, Mr. and Mrs. Sid of Oak H i l l , returned to their ne ' Ij6e of Morgantown, Mi homes Saturday after visiting and Mrs - Nelso " of B^f^c Mrs. Miller's brother and sis- at l cl M r - anci Mrs - ler-in-law. Col. and Mrs. Ed- 0[ ward F. Hoover of Los Altos. Calif., formerly of South Charleston. They also attended the Buick prevue in Los Angeles, as did Mr. and Mrs. Eugene P. St. Clair of Mount Vernon Place, t h i s citv. Parks Oscar P. Fitzgerald, n a t i v e Ha/el Zakaib of Me- of Charleston, and his wife, Street has returned who lived in La Jolla, Calif., recently moved t o Mon' Eagle. Tenn. They became grandparents last month when a bov from a m o n t h ' s visit with friends and relatives in Syria and Lebanon. This was 'her first visit there in 46 years, was born to their son and and she was accompanied on daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. the trip by her daughter, Miss Richard Fitzgerald of Nash- Camelia Zakaib of Washington, D. C.. and her niece. Miss Jackie Zakaib of Maxwell Street. .Mr. and .Mrs. J u l i u s Simms of .Naples. Fin., w i l l arrive today to visit his sister. Mrs. ville, Tenn. The baby has been named Richard Handly. R A K E R \\. HALL of Kanawha Boulevard has returner! from Charles Town, where he was called bv the d e a t h of his Simms Morri.-on of Chestnut s i s t o r - Miss Louisa Hall. Road. They will l e a v e Wednesday to \lsii friends in Cleveland, Ohio, where they formerly resided. .Mr. and .Mrs. Cabell S. Davis of Abnoy Circle returned last week a f t e r .-pending .several weeks at their summer home on (ireenbrier River. Murray I. Forbes III and Briscoc Peyton Forbes have returned t o H u n t i n g t o n a f t e r spending several days w i t h t h e i r g r a n d m o t h e r , Mrs. B. W. P o \ t o n of Virginia Street. O u t - o f - t o w n guests at the wedding on Saturday of Miss Su/.etle Bailev and Donald W. near Alderson. Visiting them ; ln - n ' p inclllf1 c-d Mrs. Lois T»e locations Sflt-flJ »Jtw«l Youno/» Inc. TWA Locotieni 31) Virfme Slrnl McNecly Hem- C.nter Mountain Marl Village there were their ,-"'. ( ' · ! · ' . i ··- bell S. Davis. USX. his wife and two sons, Cabell HI and Stephen, of Vienna. V a . The t w o young men spent the earlier part of the Mimmer at Key Largo, Fla.. working at a m a r i n a and dive shop, and h a v e now returnwl to Florida, whore they aro both studying marine hiology at the University of Tampa. MR. A N D AIRS. Robert W. .,:rnrr an'! children. Betsy, A l i s o n and Roh-r:. of Sweet- i i i ' i f i I\'i.'..d. ? P l u m e d Tuesday i r o m r . n n n n a i i . w h r r r t h e y ;itrrndrri :\ C i n c i n n a t i Reds Thornton. Mrs. Louise Thornten ;m\ M-. r.prl M-s. I"--?--' Perry of Summorsville, S. C. and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bailey and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bailry of Boiling Spring Lakes. X.C. MR. AND MRS. .Joel Ferree Bedell .Jr. of One Morris Street have returned from vacation. Several days were spent on the east, and west coats of Hawaii, and several more on Maui and K a u i , w i t h a final week in Honlulu on the island of Oahu. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Foglesong of Montrose Drive, South Charleston, have had as their recent guests their son James, his wife and their children. Cynthia, Leslie, Jimmy and Russell of Nashville, Tenn. Foglesong is manager of the Nashville operations of Dot and Paramount Records. Dr. and Mrs. Roberl Shaw and children. Jeff, Norma, Kenneth and Deborah, recently visited Mrs. Shaw's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Foglesong. The Shaws are residents of Williamantic, Conn., where he is associate professor in the graduate school of the University of Connecticut. Mr. and Mrs. Carlin R. Montgomery Jr. and children Craig and Christina have returned to their home in Prospect, Ky., after spending a week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carlin R. Montgomery of Rdgewood and Mr. and Mrs. W i l l i a m Wyatt of Thousand Oaks. ROBERTA LEE Bias Dur- STOKELY'S FINEST You II like the way Stokely cons fruits and vegetables. Fresh and sweet and natural Stokely products are adverted regularly in The Charleston Ga/ette and the Charleston Daily Mail Look tor Siokely's finest at.your favorite grocers this week. Stokely picks form-fresh f-uits and vegetables and packs 'em at their peak of freshness. You just can't get fresher unless you grow your own. HOMEWORK S n k r e t e is concrete, right? Wrong. The trademark "Snkrete" stands for many different products, each one designed to save you money, time, and headaches. Sakrete Mortar Mix for laying brick, block, or stone and masonry repairs. Sand Mix for topping or patching, laying slnte of flagstone. All-purpose Sand for soil conditioning and ice control. Sakrete Black Top--bsst way to repair blacktop. Just place and tamp. Sakrete Concrete Mix -- b e s t for f l o o r s , steps, patios. Catch up on your homework with Sakrete mixes. Look for the big yellow diamond at hardware, garden and building materials stores everywhere. Out-of-town guests here for h a m , the granddaughter of of Miss Mrs. 0. H. Harrison of Burlew Bernard Drive, has been appointed assistant to the director of t h e wedding today- Linda Levine and Lance Brown were honored w i t h an i n f o r m a l buffet Fri- WWVU-TV. Channel 24 in day at the Charleston House, M o r g a n t o w n She is the and w i t h a brunch Saturday daughter of Mrs. Mary H hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Mor- Turk, formerly of Charleston^ ris H f i r i z . Mr. and Mrs. Harry now residing in Wheeling. K j i ' . n r : - . 'i'.? S : \ r r , r K,",- Attending the wedding on legenrr. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Saturday of Miss Regina Han- Puhir, and Mr. and Mrs. Mai na and Douglas Llnyd Sp-a- Silvi.'Nierc. (I'lcasr Turn to Page 9E) Produced and Edited By GENERAL ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT NEWSPAPER AGENCY CORPORATION PUBLISHERS OF: The Charleston fiazelle 0harlf$fon *%« CHARLESTON, WIST VIRGINIA 25330 REPRESENTATIVES: SAWYER-FERGUSON-WALKER COMPANY

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