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September 10, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 46

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gJE--Sept. 10,1972 Sunday Ga^n^Mail Ch»rlHIOn, Wttt Vlrglnl* Garden Clubs' Season Begins to Bloom All t ta^ii i* f rt-». * ti M C*.. ... c" *t_ · · « * . . . . All items jor the Sunday Gazette-Mail Club Calendar must be submitted on post cards (o the Woman's Department of the Gazette prior to 7 p.m. Wednesday. Today Shawnee Garden Club. 1:30 p.m., home of Mrs. William M c C 1 un g, Summersvilte, picnic for husbands and guests, hostesses Mrs. R.M. Giffen and Mrs. C.C. Warner. Kanawha Valley Doll Club, 2:30 p.m., YWCA Quarrier Street, adults invited for membership. K a n a w h a Valley Chapter, American Business Women's Assn., enrollment lea, 3 p.m., K a n a w h a Country Club. Omlcron Chapter, Delta Kippa Gamma, 3 to 5 p.m., dues tea, home of Mrs. Christine L a m p i o n , 1003 Edgewood Dr., display by research committee. Army Mothers Post 3, 4 to fi p.m., musical tea, Mattie V. Lee Home, 810 Donnally St., music by Immanuel Lights and Kathryn Shepherd. Monday Aurora Study Club, noon, Shrine Mosque, Quarrier Street, Mrs. J.C. Little to review book. Altrusa Club of Charleston, noon, Daniel Boone Hotel, business meeting. Union Mission Auxiliary, 12:30 p.m., 202 Washington St., E., speaker Elizabeth Barkus, prayer group at noon. South Charleston Senior Citizens club. 12:30 p.m., YMCA, 614 Chestnut St., covered-dish dinner, birthday celebration, w o m e n bring vegetables or salads, men bring pies, bring handmade articles for display and hatpins, prizes. Sweetbrier Garden Club. 12:45 p.m., home of Mrs. Robert D. Deickman, 1510 Hampton Rd., cohostess Mrs. Warren J. Woomer. workshop by Mrs. Vernon Frazier. Community Woman's Club of Sissonville. 6 p.m., international dinner. Shoals Garden Club, 7 p.m., Trinity Church, first in series of flower arranging by Mrs. Robert Berry, hostesses Mrs. George Anderson and Mrs. Lionel Moore. Pi Beta Phi Sorority, 7 p.m., supper, home of Mrs. Richard Mullis, 620 Wood Rd., hostesses members of executive committee, Arrowcraft goods displayed, skit program. Mountain State Hospital Nurses Alumnae. 7:30 p.m., St. Francis Hospital penthouse. Constance Temple IB, The Pythian Sisters, 8 p.m., Castle Hall, 211 Tennessee Ave., plans for fall convention, officer practice, hostess Mrs. Blanche Shawver. Charleston Association of Insurance Women, Quarrier Diner, speaker Bill Halstead' of CO Telephone Co. Thelma Chapter 24. Order of Eastern Star, 7:30 p.m., Masonic Hall, Clendenin, Mrs. Ruth Ann Moles in charge of refreshments. Dunbar Garden Club, 7;:TO p.m., home of Mrs. George Speicher, 303 25th St.. fall flower show, organizational meeting. Beta Phi Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi. 7:30 p.m.. Naval Reserve A r m o r y , South Charleston, p r o g r a m by Mrs. Dave Rugel and Mrs. Gerry Grady. South Charleston American Association of University Women. 7:30 p.m., South Charleston Library, discussion. Delia Thela Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi. 7:30 p.m.. home of Miss Jane Urling, 601 H i g h l a n d Ave.. South Charleston, p r o g r a m b y Mrs. Charles Urling and Mrs. Pete Scott. Alpha Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi. 7:30 p.m., home of Mrs. Gary Preece, 5324 Pamela Circle, program by Miss Kay Adkins and Miss Sherry Chandler. East Kanawha Estates Garden Club, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. W. P. Wynns, 6521 Roosevelt Ave., SE, cohos- tess Mrs. R. G. Haile, wild flowers slides. Highland Hills Garden Club, R p.m., home of Mrs. R. Bokenkamp, 827 Carroll Rd. Tuesday Meadowbrook Womens Golf, tee-off 9 a.m., low net, sand trap, penalty, h o s t e s s e s Mrs. Sarah Hadded, Mrs. A. V. Novak and Mrs. William Brice. Edgewood Country Club Ladies Golf, 9 a.m.. tee-off, Mrs. William Thayer and Mrs. M. L. Holland" hostesses. Kanawha Country Club, Woman's Golf. 9 a.m.. guest day, hostesses Mrs. Harold Bradley. Mrs. C. D. Neal and Mrs. George Vandelinde. Sleepy Hollow Women's Golf Assn., 9 a.m., low gross, odd and even holes, state pin tournament: hostesses Mrs. .lack Russell and Mrs. George Turley. St. Albans Garden Club, 9:30 a.m coffee, 10 a.m. meeting. St. Albans Library community room. Fort Hill Garden Club, 9:45 a.m., home of Mrs. A. W. Cole, 313 Mount View Dr., business meeting and get-together. League of Women Voters, South Hills Unit, 9:45 a.m., membership coffee, hostess Mrs. Hugh C. Thompson, 815 Newton Rd. Montrosc Garden Cluh. JO a.m., Imperial Towers, coffee and business meeling, Mrs. 0. F. Ingmam hostess. Mrs. R. M. Dean cohostess. Ethel Evans Circle, the Kings'* Daughters. 10:30 a.m , homo of Mrs. J. M. Long, 3907 Kanawha Ave., SE. Charleston Business and Professional Women's Club 5:45 p.m., Rose City Cafeteria. Lee Street, program by Mrs. Madeline Phillips, state president, and Penny D r e n n e n, young career woman. St. Albans Branch, American Assocation of University Women, 6:30 p.m.. smorgas"- bord. St. Albans Rose City Cafeteria, business meeting, hostesses Mrs. Glen t. Moore, Miss Alice McKeny and Miss Olive McKeny. District 1, Licensed Practical Nurses, 7:30 p.m., Charleston General Hospital. Catholic Daughters of America, 7:30 p.m., Sacred Heart Grade School, first meeting of season, business, special programs by Miss Elizabeth Wolfe, grand regent. Hillside Garden Club. 7:30 p.m., home of Mrs. Richard Farris, 420 24th St., Dunbar, open meeting. League of Women Voters, St. Albans Unit, 8 p.m., hostess Mrs. Kenneth M. Dunn, 999 Old Point Rd. Southeast Socialites Club, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. Minnie Hightower, 4528 Venable Ave., SE. E m e r a l d Heights Garden Club, 8 p.m., Oakhurst Presbyterian Church. Wednesday Edgewood Garden Club, 9 a.m., home of Mrs. Emory R. Young Jr., 1303 Summit Dr., leave at 9:15 for Cedar Shy Farm of Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Staats, workshop by Mrs. Clarence H. Stiles Blue Hills Garden Club. 9:30 a.m.. home of Mrs. E. B. Hulchinson, 2 Staehlin Rd., visit Riller Park rose garden in Hunlington. League of Women Voters, Edgewood Unit, 9:45 a.m., hostess Mrs. Stanley W. Clark, 1415 Summit Lane, membership coffee. Bouchelle Garden Cluh. 9:45 a.m., home of Mrs. Russell Cooper, 4108 Virginia Ave., cohostesses Mrs. Homer ( Talbert and Mrs. Harold {' Archer. | Kanawha County Home Dem- ' onstralion Council, 10 a.m., , Appalachian Power Co., 301 " Virginia St., E., old time spelling bee. Biirbank Garden Cluh. 11 a.m., home of Mrs. Robert Slorm, 1503 Grosscup Ave.. ' Dunbar, dues lea, cohostess Mrs. Francis Hollandsworlh and Mrs. Forest Riggs. G 1 c n w o o d Heights Garden * v Club, noon, covered-dish luncheon, home of Mrs. W. " P. Pierce, 1114 Edgewood *" Dr.. program by Mrs. Garland Moore. League of Women Voters, Kanawha City Unit. 1 p.m., '*· hostess Mrs. M. L. Fields, / Village Chapel parlor, 39th s ~ and Venable Avenue. Rivcrmeade Garden Club. 1 i p.m., home of Mrs. Earl 1 "' Smith, 52nd Street and Vir- ' ginia Avenue, b u s i n e s s ' meeting, report on National f Garden Club meeting by fefc Mrs. Pat A. Tuckwiller. Bedford Garden Club, i p.m., home of Mrs. T. S. Nickerson, 1402 Bedford Rd., business meeting. Coopers Creek Home Demonstration Club, 7:30 p.m., home of Ruby Wheeler of Valley Grove Road, bring items for sunshine basket. Forest Vale Garden Club, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. Paul L. Stotler. 1404 Wilkie Dr., program by Mrs. Francis Luikart. bring flower arrangement, cohostess Mrs. Glen A. Jewell. Xi Alpha Omlcron Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. Jack Durbin, 313 J o s e p h St., South Charleston, chostess Mrs. Gary Bellinger, program by Mrs. Bill Stinnette, bring items for rummage sale Pilot Club of St. Albans, 7 p.m., executive board meeting, 7:30 p.m. business meeting, St. Albans Public Library. Thursday Kan Alban Garden Club, 10 a.m., home of Mrs. Frank Meredith, cohostess Mrs. Omer Lambiotte, workshop on dried flower plaques. Heritage Club, 11 a.m., home of Ruby Hustead, 2 Main Ave. Nitro, lesson by Mrs Effie Sutherland. Mount Tyler Home Demonstration Club, noon, McKinnon Chapel, discussion by club members, Mrs. J. F. Palmer and Mrs. Ellis Keller hostesses. Charleston Quota Club, 5:30 p.m., business meeting, 6:30 p.m., Daniel Boone Hotel. 19'tO Department, St. AJbans Women's Club. 6:30 p.m., covered-dish dinner, clubhouse, hostess chairman Mrs. J. D. Terry. G a m m a Delta Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi. 7 p.m., United Fuel Ga» Building, program by Mra. Margaret Hoover and Miss Diana Jones. Glendale T*mple 28. Pythian Sitters. 7:30 p.m., Castle Hall, Randolph Street at Tennessee Avenue, business meeting, social hour, visitors welcome, Betty Smadles hostew. Charleston Grandparents Club, 7:30 p.m., Daniel Boone Hotel, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Blackburn host chairmen. League of Women Voters, Evening Unit, 8 p.m., hostess Mrs. Ralph Shepard. First Presbyterian Church Activities Building, membership coffee. Friday Golden Age Club, 10 a.m., Salvation Army activities room, 301 Tennessee Ave., games with prizes, door prize, business meeting, devotions, bring sandwich, coffee furnished, all senior citizens welcome. Dunbar Senior Citizens Club 12:30 p.m., Christ the King Recreation Hall, 1508 Gross c u p Ave., covered-dish luncheon, bring plate and silverware, games with prizes, door prize, all senior citizens welcome. Chit Chat Club of St. Albans, 5 p.m., Villager Apartments, snack time and fellowship. M o u n t a i n State Ceramic Assn., 6 p.m., Dunbar City Park. Nitro Chapter 153, Order of Eastern Star, 7:30 p.m., Masonic Temple, 19th Street, worthy matron tribute to officers, social hour. International Club, 8 p.m., YWCA, Quarrier Street, programs by Miss Arja Auvinen and Miss M a r g o t Grandberg, open to members and friends. Saturday John Young Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, i p.m., home of Mrs Carl Gilchrist, 1501 Quarrier St.. speaker Mrs. Ralph Hedrick, cohostesses Mrs. Harry Wallace Jr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson. National Association of College Women, Charleston Branch, 2:30 p.m., Mattie V. Lee Home, 810 Donnally St., report on national convention, hostesses Mrs. Thelma Woody and Mrs. Beulah Womack. Neighborhood Garden Club, 6 p.m., picnic to honor husbands, home of Mrs. Rachel Vorpe, 4242 Teays Valley Rd. Kanawha Valley Dental Assistants, fall seminar, Ramada Inn. How Can I? Q. How can I clean unglazed ceramic tiles, such as used on bathroom floors? A. Always wipe np immediately any spilled medicines, paint, or other such subst- a'nccs -- then scour the spots with an abrasive powder. Unglazed tiles are vjry absorbent and such stains can penetrate deeply and be very difficult to remove. These tile floors can usually be kept clean by wiping with a damp cloth or sponge, or water to which a softener has been added. FALL'S RECIPE FOR FASHION MISS EVINS Take a two, three, or four part costume, and the imagination and skill of DAVID EVINS design in his Miss Evins shoes, wear with confidence. Smashing! Top, Suede and leather spectator in black, navy, or green 34.00 Below, gold accented suede in black, navy, brown, or grey. 34.00 Shop Monday 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. unmistakably ssarSf^ It's Van Raalte Week · · · at Embees * Register for free $25.00 of Van Raalte fashions Roses of lace are in full bloom on this lovely group . . . all fashioned in the number one fabric ANTKON 111 "THE COLUMBIA" Smartly styled ankle strap with medi- ' urn low heel. 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