Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 30, 1974 · Page 61
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 61

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 30, 1974
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4E - Jim? 30.1974 Sit W*y **** )MS» Y*9*i» Caroline Dobbins Is Married The Baptist Temple was the scene Saturday for the marriage of Miss Caroline Clark Dobbins, daughter of Mr. and ,Mrs. 0. C- Dobbins of Summit Drive, to James J. Dlugosz. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dlugosz of Lorain. Ohio. With the Rev. David Anderson officiating, the bride was given in marriage by her father. Nuptial music was provided by Richard Bower. Miss Theresa Dobbins, a .sister of the bride served as maid of honor and bridesmaids included Mrs. William H. Miller of Oak Hill. Mrs. Tom Pataky of Lorain. Mrs. Greg Kelly of Charleston, and Miss Laurie Gutter of Stokie, 111. * » * BEST MAN was Kandall Dlugosz of Lorain. brother of the bridegroom and ushers included William Dobbins of Charleston, brother of the bride. Robert York of Cincinnati. Ohio. Tom Pataky and MRS. J. J. DLUGOSZ . . . former Caroline Dobbins Dave Pataky. both of Lorain. Ohio. David Lesesky of Elyria. Ohio, and Robort Schiener of Cleveland. Ohio. A reception followed the ce*emoay at Edgewood Country Club." The bride graduated from Ohio University, where she was a member of Pi Beta Phi. social sorority and Sigma Alpha Eta, speech and hearing honorary. She is a speech therapist for the Kanawha County Board of Education and a provisional member of the Junior League of Charleston. * * * HER HUSBAND graduated from Ohio University and was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. He is now employed by Jostens American Yearbook as sales representative. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. E. W. Rugeley and the late Dr. E. W. Rugeley and Mrs. G. W. Dobbins on the late G. W. Dobbins, all of Charleston. After returning from a honeymoon to Glade Springs, the couple will reside in Greensboro. N. ':. Paula Lindsey Wed To James Santrock Ellen Booth Sharp Is Bride Miss Paula Sue Undsey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ray Lindsey, became the bride of James David Saa- trock. son of Mr. and Mrs. James Santrock. all of Dun- Patricia Hamady Is Bride MRS. J. D. SANTROCK ... former /*«u/« l.indxey bar. oa Saturday in the First Presbyterian Church of Dua- har. The Rev. Calvin Rice officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Burl Reed, Miss Linda Miller and Miss Kinuny Martin. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. Susan Gayle fescue of Charlotte, N.C.. was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Karen Santrock and Patty Lindsey, the couple's sisters. * » * JAMES WHITING served as best man. Ushers were Randy Huggins and Mohamed Lehaf of South Africa. Following a reception at the Dunbar Woman's Club, the couple left for a wedding trip to Holly River State 1'ark. They will live in Dunbar. Mrs. Santrock is a graduate of Dunbar High School and Center College. She is employed by the State Department of Education. Her husband is a graduate of the same high school. He is majoring in forestry at West Virginia University. The bouae of Mr. aad Mrs. George Stewart Sharp of Grosscup Road was the setting Saturday for the marriage of their daughter. Miss Eliea Booth Sharp to Jack W. A RECEPTION followed the ceremony at Edgewood Couaury Club- The couple will spend their boaeyinooa ai the Greenbrier Hotel aad in the Bahama Islands. Mi's. DeBolt is a graduate of George Washington High sefeooi and test Virginia Uaiversiiy where she oiajared in child development. Her husband is a partner in the law firm of Barber and DeBolt. They will make their home at916VogelDr. *®mm8mmsmmmmms$ I Ss K %. MRS. J. W. DEBOLT . . . former Ellen Sharp DeBolt, son of Mrs. E. V. Winston DeBolt of Kay Lane and the late Mr. DeBolt. Dr. William A. Benefield of- YOUR FURRIER KNOWS 1 FURS REST! 1 ·~«- Steiger's specializes in furs. It's our j* only business ... not a sideline. X- Steiger's has cold storage vaults -X on the premises and does all :·:· cleaning, glazing, repairing and ·:·: remodeling at the btore. Trust your -S furs to Steiger's . . . it costs no :·:· more. ·; Steiger's- y- Exchanging vows Saturday at the First Presbyterian Church were Miss Patricia Lynn Hamady and Nicholas Peter Rampone. She is the daughter of Mr. MRS. N. P. RAMPONE . . former Patricia Hamady and Mrs. William H. Hamady of Kanawha Avenue and his paren's are Mr. and Mrs. Phil Rampone oi Dover. N.J. The Rev. William Benfield performed the ceremony and organ music was furnished by Mrs. Anna Covert Johnson. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Matron of honor was Mrs. Samuel Bell Jr. of D u b l i n , Va.. and maid of honor was Brenda Hamady, of Chicago, 111..sister of the bride. Bridesmaids included Sharon Hamar dy. sister of the bride, Mrs. Ted Bright of North Carolina and Miss Rhonda Smoot of Charleston. Gene Rampone of New Jersey served as best man for his brother and ushers were John Todd of New Jersey, Bill Hamady of Charleston, brother of the bride, and Charles Freeman and Samuel Bell Jr.. both of Virginia. * * * A RECEPTION was held at Kanawha Country Club. And the couple will honeymoon at Nags Head, N.C. Mrs. Rampone is a graduate of Charleston High School and received a B. S. degree in special e d u c a t i o n and ele mentary education from Radford College. Va. She is a member of NEA. VEA. and the Council for Exceptional Children. She is a teacher of special education for Franklin County Schools in Virginia. Her husband attended St. Bernards School in New Jersey and graduated from Roanoke College, Virginia, with a B. A. degree in psychology. He received his master's in psychology from Radford and an internship for certification in school p s y c h o l o g y , in F r a n k l i n C o u n t y . He is a school psychologist there and a member of the board of directors for the Association for Retarded Citizens, the VASP and VPA. home in Rocky Mount, Va. Quotable Women Dial 346-0577 » ·ficiated and the bride was giv- £ ii7QuarrierSt. en in marriage bv her father. « : tf*^:S:¥*:*^:^^ Anna Lee Reppert Bride of S.B. Casto M O R G A N T O W N - The Wesley United .Methodist Church was the setting here Saturday for the marriage of Miss Anna Lee Reppert to Stephen Blair Casto. She is the daughter of Mr. and Ms. Lawrence Reppert of Morgantown and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Casto of Point Pleasant. The Rev. W. Sproule Boyd ,-£nd the Rev. Robert Engle *Tperformed the ceremony and Cuu I? · · . How can I avoid tearing laces when w a s h i n g "-A. By washing them in a Brittle of soapsuds, shaking it Sfcoll; If t h e y are to be' starched-YUse a solution of sugar and water. To whiten lace, wash in sour milk. Q. How can I make a good substitute for a chamois? ^- A. Pieces of velveteen are substitutes for cha- £'mois, do a fine polishing job -and arc easily laundered. .".ii *·-' . nuptial music was furnished by organist. Mrs. Mary Jane Schuster. The bride was given in marriage by her father. "Matron of honor was Mrs Warder E. Smith of New Martinsville, and best man was Jeffrey K. Casto of Point Pleasant! brother of the bridegroom. Ushers included R. E. W i t h r o w . b f Parkersburg. cousin, Herber J. Richardson and Dempsey D. Richardson II of Dunbar. Reingbearers were William R. Glover of Streator, 111., arid Todd Andrew Reppert of Dallas, Tex., nephews of the bride. * * * p A RECEPTION was held in the church social rooms and .the couple will honeymoon at Cacapon State'Park. The bride graduated : from Morgantown High School and from West Virginia University vvith.a B. S. in secondary education. She is employed by the West Virginia Department of Archives and History and is a member of the Charleston Junior Women's Club and the West Virginia Library Assn. By The Associated Press Here are some quotable quotes from women during the week: "I'll never leave t h a t place. I've ,been offered open-end contracts and e v e r y t h i n g , b u t t h i s i s going to be my life." Onetime film star Betty Hutton, lately housekeeper- cook of a Rhode Island catholic rectory, at a New York $100-a.-plate dinner in her honor. "That you sentence me is of some importance. For how long you sentence me is of no relevance to anything. I regard it with the contempt it deserves." Dr. Bridget Rose Dugdale, sentenced to nine years imprisonment for art theft by a Dublin, Ireland, Court. "It was an outrage and a shock. Six of us got together and said this nonsense has got to stop. Today, we have about 6,000 people on our list. Why do people have to be defined by race, or sex or age?" Margaret Kuhn, speaking in protest of doctor's treatment of the aged on behalf of the G r a y P a n t h e r s a t t h e American Medical Association convention in Chicago. "The terrorists ran up our stairs shooting at every door. I turned off all the lights, and we pushed the piano against the door to keep them out.'' Hanna H a l c v i , a 2 4 - y e a r - o l d housewife who survived an A r a b terrorist attack on her apartment building in Nahariyya, Israel. · "After five years, if this hadn't come about, I don't know when I would have given up hope. This has renewed me." Mrs. Walter (irourley. whose Air Force son is missing in Laos, after the Laotian government reported it would forward her last letter to him. Mrs. (lourley lives near Villisca. Iowa. Summer Sale FAMOUS LABEL SPORTSWEAR 1/3 to 1/2 OFF GROUP ALL WEATHER COATS ] /3 OFF Now is the time to fill in with the "Extras"--at this special savings. · i STORE WIDE CLEARANCE Eight Eighteen Lee St. MRS. S. B. CASTO . . . former Anna Reppert Her husband is a graduate of St. Albans High School and received a B. S. in business administration from WVU. He also received a master's degree in business administration from the West Virginia College of Graduate Studies. He is employed by Union Carbide at Alloy. The couple will make their home in Charleston. spring and summer SHOES,.,,,0*4, HANDBAGS spectators · pumps · ties white no sandals · no canvas (vol. to $60) black colors At the current rate of inflation, anything bought today will be a bargain at tomorrow's price. This merchandise at 25% savings is real find. Stock up today and feel richer tomorrow. Quorrier at Hole Shop Mondays 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tues. thru Sot. 10 am. to 5 p.m. ECO. before-tne-Fourth of vacation fashions. Entire stock of spring/summer fashions REDUCED W dresses pantsuits coats rainwear sportswear separates * Exception: swimsuits, jeans, certain nationally advertised brands.

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