Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 30, 1974 · Page 69
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June 30, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 69

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1SK - Juur .'ill. 117 I Smufav '\Veddimj Plan* Arc Told Clubwomen Plan Week Rankin-Jennings Bridal Held \Ylute-Basiiaiii Mrs. June White of 3504 Noyes Ave. is announcing the engagement of her daughter. Coanie Sue. to John Howard Basham Jr.. son oS Mr and Mrs. John Howard Basham Sr. of 12 Bethel Hd. The wedding will take place on Sept. 14 MI £e First Cbwrcto of God Miss White is a registered X-Hay technologist at Charleston Area Medical Center," General Division. Her fiance is employed by the bioeheini- cal division. E. I. DuPont de Nemours. fur *ie * *- t m* pvtt tents to tee-off, "kkter's ," hostesses Glo and Doris Le- study of ewasliUitioja, by- , laws^, and oWigaUoas, Mr. * and Mrs Harry Hoff social" THE 1974 FORMAL LOOK Be Up To Dole ... We Hove The Latest In Formal Wear For Weddings or Any Other Formal Occasion. 1 Tailor jiade suits t sport coak.l "JOE THE TAILOR" Custom Tailor Rentals 703 Fife St Pli 346-0141 The Big Chimney Baptjst Cburch will be the setting at 2 p.m. Aug. 10 for the marriage of Miss Cayia Lynn Hunter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett E. Hunter of Elkview, and Randall D. Hess. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy F'.\ Hess of Clendenin. The couple attends Glenville State College. . ** ' "" Hayhurst-Price Mr., and Mrs. Ernest.G. Hayhurst of Winif rede are. announcing .the engagement of their daughter. LavoraJOiane, Ho.DHford'O. Price Jr., son of .Mr. and .Mrs. Dilford Price Sr;, also of Winifrede. Wed- "diiig plans .are; incomplete: ,, V Miss .'Hayhurst is a graduate) of East Bank High Sc.hoor.and' I ,is jerijiployed by'Morris Harvey College. Her. fiance is a stii- dent.at West Virginia Institute Technology and is!em- by Carbon Fuel Co. Today j£ " ' ' - . - PytUat Sisters, gnmi lodge Md frud tenfk committees; 2:30 p.m.. Castle Hall, . 211 Tennessee Ave.. to fill loot bags, Monday Berry Hills Ladies Bridge, 9:45 a.m.. reservations with Mrs. A.C. Hampstead,..: - 346-7164. . . ' , ' ; ; Union Mission Woman's AMX- 1 ^liary, 12:30 p.m:, prayer; ' "-'group, noon, 700 South ParJc* ; ·; Rd., speaker Harold Foster,^' Kawwha City Social and Civ- · kuLeagtie, 8 pirn., club. h6i»e, 744.57th St. · ' ; ' TiskH»N*y Chapter 45, Order of Etera Star, 8 p.m. ,406 CapHoJ St., Scottish kite Temple,^ Melissa 'Cicso so- ·' w rial hcmf- chairman. · , EdU«Md Ladies Mf Ass*., 9 a.m.. tee-off, flag to^ma- ment, par plus handicap, hostesses Mcs. Cbaries Assay and His. Jtamejs Burdette. Saiior OtizcM of S»Mk Char- lestM RecreatiM Ceater, il;30 a. mi. Little Creek 'Park, Shelter 2. cook out. gaines. door prizes, drinks furnished, bring a friend. Welcome Wagoa Newcomers C1»Y 11:30 a.m., luncheon, Erme's Esquire, reservations A through H with Audrey Mus, 776-4777. I through Z with-Maxine Hinz- Tuesday Kaiawhaliiiirjtry Club Wom? eii's GblrAssn., 9a.m.,host- | esses Kan Beanland, Peg V .Bradley and Doris Eckert. \ 'Sleepy Hollow Woman's Golf, /Secretarial /Accounting/';^y.Cltific.ol"".;,;('; ,;"'. : r /Fashion Merchandising ^c^-^^i^ii^*^^!:./ ··-··:·. . i Phone 343-2435 or fill out the coupon fpr.dejails r on the epuj'sis''.- and the FREE MONEY that's avqiiabl^'BUTHURRY5:;:^$ses start July 8! '';^-':' : '^ ·^^·l^'- ' -· West Virginia Career College at Charleston Capitol and Lee Streets Phone 343-2435 Phone St. Albaas Woraaa's Christian .^.Temperance" Union, 1:30 ?-. p.m., Si. Albans Library. v program by Mrs. R.O. "'\©'peil.'-Mrs. H. L. Free-. , -man; Mrs. Matilda Whitaker, Mrs; Roger Collins and - Mrs. Fred Trpwbridge. Mountaineer Chapter, Ameri. can Business Women's Assn., 6: 15 p.m., Vesuvio Restaurant, dinner meeting, speaker Mrs. Robert Swoope with slides on Trail of Five Senses: - t United Methodist Women of St. Mark's United Methodist Church, 7 p.m., Room 106, executive committee meeting, officers,, sub-group leaders and committee chairmen urged to attend. Spina Bit ida Association of West Virginia, 7:30 p.m., St. John's Episcopal Church, 1105 Quarrier St., speaker Barbara Roller of the Charleston Ostemy Club. South Charleston Chapter 131, Order of Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Masonic Temple, tiowCairl? Q. How can 1 effect a good repair .job on brok-en-!.china- ' " ' ' " " '''' ; ·''" ' Wednesday Kaiawka Comtry Cl«k Bridge, 9:30 a.m., reservations with Mrs. Norris McDougal, 407 Sheridan Circle. St. Aus Seuwr Citiwws, 1 p.m., Villager. 650 Sixth St.. bring sandwich, Bible game, prizes. Qutrkttea Shriie 7, 8 p.m., Scottish Rite Temple, Capitol Street. Mrs. Helen Pahl hostess for social hour. Thursday Senior Citizens of Nitro, noon. Woman's Clubhouse, bring sandwich, coffee furnished, all seniors welcome. Friday Golden Age Club of Salvation Army, 10 a.m., 301 Tennessee Ave., games with prizes, door prize, 11 a.m., business meeting, devotions, bring a reading and sandwich, coffee furnished. Nitro Chapter 153, Order of Eastern Star, 7:30 p.m.. Masonic Temple, 19th Street, regular meeting, social hour. El Shariz 107, Sanantha, 7:30 p.m.. Castle Hall, 211 Tennessee Ave., plans for greeting Maharani Doris Laine of San Francisco next month. Married Saturday aJteraooo ia St. Agaes Calaoik- Cbttrcn by the Rev. J. HarreU Harper and the Rev. Edward Sadie were Miss Kathryn D. Jennings, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Jennings of Kanawha Avenue, and John E. Rankin Jr.. soa of Mr. and JUCMAEL of Pauadifig Mill. Va.. was best mafi aad ushers were bride. Mark Rankin. brother of the bridegroom. Chip Leckey of Wheeling and David Yoke of Charleston. The Bil! Holden Trio furnished music for the reception at the Charleston House. The couple is honeymooning at Pipestem State Park. She has a B. A. degree in elementary education from Fairmont State College and was affiliated with Delta Zeta Sorority. Si* is employed by ibe Kaaawfea County Board of Bdueauoaat Watts Eiemeata- rv School. » # * HER HUSBAND attended Hampden-Sydney College, being affiliated with Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. He has a B. S. degree in industrial administration from West Virginia State College and is employed by General Telephone Co. in Bluefield as a studies administrator. They will reside in Princeton. MRS. J. E. RANKIN JR. . . . former Knthryn Jfiiiiiiiff Mrs. John E. Rankin Sr. of Short Drive. A folk group from Sacred Heart Church furnished the musical program and the bride'was given in marriage by her father./: Cindy Jennings, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Debby Jennings, another sister: Cathie Brown of Charleston, Carol Brunner of Atlanta, Ga.. and Carol Christ of Connellsville. Pa. . - ments OPEN SUNDAYS Buffet Family SALAD lAtEVIRYEVINIK t I DEPARTMENT STORE SHOP LLOYD'S MONDAY AND FRIDAY KITES TIL9P.H. '··;-, A. JVIix 'a'thick solution of ·'Riinitrarabjc and water, stir Jfthis into plaster-of-paris to the ' fonsistency of cream, apply to ' the hroken edges with a brush, join thom togc-ther and let set for at .least thrice days. ; ARROW RUG CO. -- ARROW RUG CO. -- ARROW RUG CO. You REGULAR TO 3" ff PERFECT JL. INFANTS 0 CHILD'S · LADIES TENNIS OXFORDS REGULAR (TmT LADIES'AND TEENS LEATHER SANDALS 5£L; Em**» Isres.v.ofea 1 're dollars ahead wi AVE! 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