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August 24,1975 Situdgy Gm*etto-MmiL CMriun. AMI Virnift* Clubs Slate Activities for Week Item* for tLe SÂ«*4*v CmnHU-Hmil Out Married Fifty Years Mr. and Mrs. Raymond R. Kennedy of Belle will be guests of honor at a party from 2 to 4:30 p.m. today at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Stewart. 126 Burning Spring Rd.. Belle, to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy were married on Aug. 26, 1925 in Moundsville. He is retired from Kaiser Aluminum in Ravenswood. Their children are: Mrs. (Helen) Stewart, James N. of Hedgesville, and Mrs. Robert L. (Frances) Gathers of Olney, Md. They have four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Miss Brenda Sue Bowman Wed To Barry Stowers on Saturday to tie JTÂ«MM'( Dfffrtmtmt Â·/ Cutftte k\ 4 p.m. om. Today Omcf t Chtptcr, Beta Sicnu Pkl Smrority, noon, Camden Park, picnic for members and families, bring covered dish and dessert. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, 2 to 4 p.m.. scrapbook reception, South Charleston Woman's Club. Monday Altnsa ClÂ«b of CharlatOB, noon. Elk's Club, international services, topic. South Charleston Setter Citizens Clnb, 12:30 p.m., YMCA, 614 Chestnut St., games with prizes, covered-dish dinner, meat furnished. Blessed Sacrament Church to furnish refreshments. Recovery, Inc., 1 p.m., St. John's Episcopal Church, Quarrier at Broad Street, visitors welcome, for information call 548-6803 or 346-6005. National Secretaries Assn., 6 p.m., Christ Church United Methodist, program by Betty Newton of Columbia Gas of West Virginia. Dunbar Tops (Take Off Pounds Sensibly Club) 6:30 p.m., Humphreys Memorial United Methodist Church, 14th Street at- Grosscup Avenue, Dunbar, visitors welcome, for information call 768-3360. Constance Temple 16, Pythian Sisters, 8 p.m., Castle Hall, 211 Tennessee Ave. A L U M C R E E K -- Miss Brenda Sue Â· Bowman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs I'aul ; 1). Bowman of Alum Creek, became Ihi- ' bride of Barry Alan Stowers. son ol Mr. l a n d Mrs. DenV.il R. Slowers of Alkol. on ; Saturday in the Sycamore Grove Baplisl -Church. The Rev. Jerry Carpenter n l l i - ' ! dated and music was provided by Randy Â· Peters and Marc-ia G r i f f i t h . '. The bride was given in marriage by her '.father. Ellen Kidd was maid of honor and .bridesmaids were Terri Paul. Vicki Meadows and Wilma Wilkerson. Amy Stowers was flowergirl. Wayne Bowman was ring- .bearer and Philip Stowers and Mark Lim- ham were candlelighters. * * * SAM STOWERS served as best man ' rshers were David Bowman, brother L Â· the bride. Gerard Stowers and Tommy Antil and Mike Meadows, his cousins. Following a reception at the A l u m ("reck Â· C o m m u n i t y Center, the couple left lor a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach. S.C They '. will live at Sod. Mrs. Stowers g r a d u a t e d f r o m D u v y l ' High School and is employed by t h e West :' Virginia Department of Finance and Ad/ ministration. Her husband w i l l enter Sher- Â· man Chiropractic School in Sparlanhurp. '.. S.C.. in April. He is employed by Stowers ' and Son Kev Market. MRS. B.A. STOWERS . .former Brenda Bowman Tuesday Kanawha Country Club, 9 a.m., most fives, state pin competition, hostesses, Mrs. Doris Eckert, Mrs. Mil fcunt and Mrs. Olive Neil. Berry Hills Women's Golf Assn., 9 a.m., teeoff, honey pot event, hostesses Mrs. Ralph Jones and Mrs. Henry Payne. Edgewood Women's Golf Assn., teeoff 9 a.m., event state pin, hostesses Mrs. Nancy Wells and Mrs. Carol Kessler. Sleepy Hollow Women's Golf, 9 a.m., teeoff, event most one-putt greens, hostesses, Margaret Moses and Petie Kuass. WCB Club, 6 p.m., Dunbar City Park, White Elephant sale. Capitol Homemakers Club, 7:30 p.m., home of Mrs. John Ball Jr., 210 Sunset Dr., dessert and coffee social, report by Mrs. Bell. National Organization of Women, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m., 1437 Longridge Rd., to celebrate 55th anniversary of women's Suffrage, interested men and women are invited to come in costume of 1925. Chapter 88, Order of Eastern Star, 8 p.m.. Scottish Rite Temple, Nancy Fout to conduct proGcieney test, Nancy Harding la charge of refreshments. Wednesday Kaaawha Ctwtry CM Bridge, 9:30a.m.. reservations with Mrs. James Durrett. 2710 Knox Ave. Meadtwbnok WwnÂ« Bridge, Assn.. 9:30 a.m.. reservation call 744-0181. Berry Hills Bridge, 9:45 a.m., reservations by noon Monday with Mrs. Everett Doty, 744-5620, or Mrs. Regis Heinzer, 925-2698. Tops (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Club, 6 to 7 p.m., weigh-in; 7 p.m., business meeting, Herbert J. Thomas Memorial Hospital, rooms 1 and 2 in the basement, visitors welcome. Pilot Club of Charleston, 6:30 p.m.. joint meeting, Ashland, Huntington, Charleston and St. Albans, Edgewood Country Club, Mrs. Hazel Brown and Mrs. Myrt Clark in charge of meeting. Forest Green Garden Club, 6:30 p.m., home of Mrs. John Haddy Jr., 2013 Weberwood Dr., cook out for members and prospective members. Preceptor Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. David Neff, 1607 Claire St., style show and social. Thursday Zontt Clnb, 6:30 p.m., City Levee, boat ride on the "Katydid." Tops (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Club, 7 p.m., Baptist Temple, visitors welcome, for information call 342-8870. Recovery, Inc., 7:30 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 14th Street at Myers Avenue, for information call 727-4294 or 346-6005. Salina Chapter 81, Order of Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Masonic Temple, Maiden, social chairman Agnes Samples. F Toft (Take Off P 6:30 p.m., St. Albans Library those interested in losing or maintaining weight Ck*, welcome, for information call 727-3159. QUMMKt open Monday 'til LAST CALL! final reductions on Summer merchandise now! dresses and formals were to $150.00 $ 5. $ 10. $ 15. $ 20. $ 25. * Pant Suits * Sportswear * All Weather Coats reductions over 60% Miss Linda Kay Leaphart Weds James R. Red in South Carolina \ MRS. J.R. REA . .former Linda Leaphart LEXINGTON. S.C. - Miss Linda K;iy Leaphart. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Clyde Leaphart of Lexington, became the bride of James Robert Rea of Columbia, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Curtis Rea of Point Pleasant. W. Va.. at 7 p.m on Saturday in St. David's Lutheran Church. The Rev. R. Karl McCombs officiated and music- was provided by Dr. Albert K Roberts Jr.. Robert Sox and the church choirs. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. Her cousin. Mrs. Ronald (j. Brimson was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Lynda R. Addy. Mrs Waymon M. Martin. Mrs. Frank E. Robinson and Miss Elizabeth C. Stewart. Angela R Brunson. cousin of the bride, and Melissa J. Rea. the bridegroom's niece, were flovv- ergirls. * * * GARY W. REA was best man for his brother. Usher-groomsmen were Sam M. Aranl. Dan R. Pilley. Robert S. Taylor and William F. Leaphart. cousin of the bride. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Atlanta and New Orleans. They will live in Columbia. Mrs. Rea graduated from L e x i n g t o n High School and completed the le'gal secretary course at Midlands Technical College in Columbia. She is legal secretary in the Office of the South Carolina Attorney General. Her husband is a graduate of Point Pleasant High School and has a B.B.A. degree in accounting and a master's degree in management from Marshall University. He is a corporate accountant w i t h the South Carolina National Bank in Columbia. Miss Kimberly Lynn Edens Bride of Henry Leroy Lucas The West Virginia Home Mission in Nitro was the scene Saturday of the marriage of Miss Kimberly Lynn Edens. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Russell Edens of Dunbar. and Henry Leroy Lucas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Bradford Lucas of Nitro. The Rev. Melvin Hayes officiated and Susan Rinick played the nuptial music. The bride was given in marriage by her father. SANDAY KAY Jewell, sister of the bride, and Valerie Jean Edens. the bride's sister-in-law, were bridesmaids. Floyd Ronald Edens. brother of the bride, was best man. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. They will reside in Nitro. She attended Dunbar High School and her husband attended Winfield High School and is employed by Indiana Michigan Electric Co. in Cedar Grove. The safest place to keep your lunch is in the office refrigerator. If no refrigerator is available, pack a freezer gel container in with your lunch, as you would with a picnic. Avoid foods such as baked chicken, baked ham, roast beef, fish, potato salad, egg salad, waldorf salad and all salad fillings made with mayonnaise, as well as mayonnaise itself. MRS. H.L. LUuAS .. .former Kimberly Edent Some Beautiful Things you can only remember. Some you take along with you. Engagements Are Announced West--Phares A Sept. 13 wedding at the Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Washington. D.C.. is being planned by Miss Karen Kay West and Robert Cleveland Phares. She is the daughter of Mrs. Olga West of Rt. 5 and the late Mr. Ronald C. West, and his parents are Mr. and Mrs. William W. Phares of Seventh Avenue. The bride-elect graduated from Sissonville High School and is majoring in speech pathology and audiology at West Virginia State College. Her fiance, a graduate of Stonewall Jackson High School, is a student at West Virginia State majoring in business management. He is employe} by the Parity Maid Bakery. (, Carrier--Lee Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gifford Carrier of Highland Road have announced the forthcoming marriage of their daughter. Susan Elizabeth, to Thomas Anderson Lee. son of Mrs. James Matthew Lee Sr. of Washington Street, and the late Mr. Lee. The open-church wedding will take place at 3 p.m. Jan. 10 at Grace Covenant Church. Miss Carrier graduated from Stonewall Jackson High School and attended Morris Harvey College. She is a proof operator at the Guaranty Bank of Charleston. Her fiance graduated from Charleston High School and attended Morris Harvey. He is a deputy sheriff at the Cabin Creek Detachment of the Kanawha County Sbjer- iff's Department. ' Foslorio and Pickard There are so many beautiful Fostoria crystal and Pickard patterns lo choose from. Our newest pattern is Navoree. See the today in our open stock collection. JEWELERS Boys' Pre-Season Lay-a-way Jacket Sale only 10% down holds your selections until October 1,1975 Warm Quilted Down Jacket Hidden knit cuffs, removable hood 29" Regularly 37.50 Rugged 100% nylon shell. Quilted inside and out for lightweight warmth. Zip and snap front closure. 2 front flap pockets, hidden knit cuffs and removable hood. Available in blue or orange. Sizes 8 to 20. MUMIIUttSMTKCaTU MMI Â·WMTK1U! Reversible Jacket 15" Regularly $20 100% nylon taffeta, machine washable, matching knit cuffs, zip-front with hidden hood under collar. Rugged, water repellent w'rfh contrasting sleeve stripes. Navy to red, brown to gold, and wine to blue. Sizes 8 to 18. Snorkle Jacket 23" Regularly $30 100% nylon, heavy duty zip front, pile lined, fur trimmed hood. Hidden knit cuffs and concealed draw string waist. Available in navy or sage green. Sizes 8 to 20. Boys'World-Fourth Floor Pwk Fr*Â« J HMTI, wft purchase, at Community Parking Let, corner of Virginia and Hate Street*."