Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on September 10, 1972 · Page 47
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September 10, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 47

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Designer's Touch Formal Dining Bows to Informal Living Barbara Sullivan Married Friday MRS. S. .1. SAMPLES . . . former Barbara Sullivan Miss Barbara Ann Sullivan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Sulu'van of 4675 Wood- rums Lane, Became the bride of Sgt. S t e p h e n Joeseph Samples, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Samples of 5228 Pioneer Dr., at 8 p.m. Friday in the McKinnon Presbyterian Church. Keith Wagner of Cross Lanes performed the open-church candlelight ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length empire gown of lace over satin styled with a stand-up collar, puff sleeves with wide cuffs and a chapel train. Her gown and those of her attendants were made by Mrs. Barbara Skidmore. A tiara held the bride's illusion veil and she carried white pompons and asters on a Bible. IT 7 owe/i Plan Rummage Sale A rummage sale will begin sponsored by the Nitro Chap- l-UV'nn- SatU H*n y c l *! ter of lhe Order of 1WAU union Hall, Second eta- Avenue at 20th Street, Nitro, Just Sash and Go Sharon Boley was matron of honor for her sister and Debby and Terri Sullivan, also sisters, and Dawna Samples, sister of the bridegroom were bridesmaids. Cecilia Sullivan was flowergirl for her sister and Todd Wagner was ring- bearer. DENNY SAMPLES served as best man for his brother. Eddie Boley, brother-in-law of the bride, Gerald Moore, cousin of the bridegroom, and David Kellar were ushers. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip through the southern states. They will live in Shreveport, La., where he is serving with the Air Force at Barksdale AFB. * * * MRS. SAMPLES graduated from Dunbar High School and attended West Virginia State College. She is a former em- ploye of the Union Carbide Corp. Her husband graduated from. Nitro High School and from the National Institute of Computer Professions in Maryland. The bridegroom's parents hosted the rehearsal dinner at their home and the bride was honored with showers given by Miss Debbie Steele, Miss Laura Fogarty, Mrs. Robert Lilly and Mrs. JoAnn Wagner. By Connie Shearer Are you suffering from the no-dining-room-dining-area syndrome? If you are, take heart-you're not alone. A separate formal dining room is just almost unheard of in today's residential architecture. What's the reason? Maybe it's because of the informal way of life most Americans have adopted. There really seems to be no need for the formal dining room suite we remember in our grandmother's home. Remember the buffet in those dining rooms of old? They had all the drawers filled with fine linen napkins, which were sheer torture to iron before the days of spray starch, and the priceless lace tablecloths passed lovingly from generation to generation. IN THE BUFFET there were the drawers for the fine silver which Grandmother nearly wore out showing every time you visited. And the table--somehow or other it seemed to grow until it could accommodate every cousin for Thanksgiving dinner. But, alas, t i m e s have changed. Today decorators and homemakers alike set out to use as little space as possible How Can I? Q. How can I repair chipped porcelain on my range? A. There are porcelain glazes on the market for this purpose. The area to b« repaired must be free of grease and dirt, and completely dry. Apply a thin coat of the glaze, wait thirty minutes, then apply another thin coat. Keep repeating this routine until the damaged area is built up level with the surrounding surface. The trick is not to try to fill the chipped area with one single thick coat. Have some denatured alcohol on hand for use in wiping off any surplus. for the dining area and have completely forgotten the dining room. Who needs a buffet for the silver and fine linen napkins? The stainless steel flatware and vinyl placemats are stored in the kitchen drawers. IN AN EFFORT to save space, the long harvest-type table with drop leaves can be used with the leaves down against a wall. Hang a mirror and sconces over it and you have what looks like a console setting. When the family gathers or company comes you simply move the table to the middle of the room and use it at full size. For a cozy setting try the pictured arrangement. Start with attractive paper on the *Sf®^^ walls of the dining area to set it apart from the living room area. Here Chippendale-inspired chairs and bamboo accessories give an international flair when blended with a modern glass and chrome table. w*ttxm*mm$8^^ Deadlines For Sunday Club calendar notices for the Sunday Gazette-MaU Home and Family Section must be submitted prior to 7 p.m. Wednesday. Other items for Sunday publication have a deadline of noon Thursday. Club calendar n o t i c e s submitted on postal cards will be appreciated. Don't wait until Thursday to call us about your Sunday news. Submit your material as early in the week as possible to assure Sunday publication. The only weddings accepted for Sunday publication are 'hose which will occur on the preceding Friday or Saturday. Women's Editor PRINTED PATTERN M 2 6 7 SEES 8-18 STEP INTO THIS RELAXED SHIRT SHIFT: sash it and go around the corner or the continent. There is no waist seam beneath that easy sash tie, yet the line pi ides smoothly down the figure (no bunching). Thank the superb sense of fit-and-design strategy of Coty-Award winner Roxane. Another of her ha'ppy thoughts is the deep pleat in front of Printed Pattern M267. It keeps a crisp line no matter how wide your stride. Classic with a new difference says it for collar, cuffs and pockets. Knits, flannel, wool jersey, challis are all in order. Printed Pattern M267 is available in NEW Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, H, 16, 18. Size 12 (bust 34) requires 2 ·"/(· yards 60-inch fabric. Send ONE DOLLAR for Printed Pattern M267 to Sunday Gazette-Mail, Pattern Department, P. 0. Box 59, Oltl Chelsea Station, New York, N. Y. 10011. (Add 25c for each pattern for Air Mail and Special Handling.) Please print plainly YOUR NAME, ADDRESS with ZIP, STYLE NUMPER and SIZE. ENJOY THE PRESTIGE AND LUXURY OF A DESIGNER WARDROBE--SEND NOW FOR OUR SENSATIONAL, NEW 1973 COUTURE PATTERN BOOK! Over 50 dazzling styles from famed designers coast to coast--new bare-shoulder shapes, classic, jumpers, hostess gowns, pantsuits, costumes. Misses', Half Sizes Plus 50c Free Coupon--apply to any One Dollar Pattern in Book 28. Send 50c now! NATURALIZERr" runs fashion circles around all the rest Fashion wise, comfort wise. Niaturali?er cut-walks ail the c n t T i Q o t i t i o n -- ! n shoes l i ^ ^ this smooth pump with sipp-: ii and gleaming golden turn. Navy, Brown or Black Calf. Open a Convenient Charge Account 228 CAPITOL ST. SINCE 1892 1 shop monday and friday 10 to 9 THE GREAT BASIC O POLYESTER KNIT 14.00 Add a dash of color to your fall wardrobe with this famous maker basic dress. It's so easy to care for, washable and it never needs ironing. It f e a t u r e s short sleeves and the popular jewel neck that's great for wearing your favorite scarves and pins. Missy sizes 10 to 20 in Red, Purple, Moss, Brown, Gold, Off-White or Navy. in Half Sizes l4'/z to 22 Vz in Brown, Red, Navy or Moss. 15.00 BUDGET CORNER--Second Floor LADY MANHATTAN'S NEW "CHEEKY" KNITS ARE A SOFT TOUCH Lady Manhattan calls her new knit collection"cheeky" because it's irresistobly soft and silky 100% Celonese® Fortrel® textured polyester. Machine washable, too! A. This 100% polyester topper features'the long pirate sleeves that give you a soft, sensuous look everytime you wear it! Easy to care for, and it washes m a wink. Hi-rise neck band looks great alone or with accessories. Colors: White, Navy, Green or Gold. Sizes 8 to 16. 15.00 B. Th ls handsomely styled topper goes great with ponts or skirts. Made of 100% polyester for the greatest looks going! This style features long sleeves and the U-neck that's so popular for fall. Colors- Navy, Red or White in sires 8 to 14. 12.00 SPORTSWEAR--Second Floor SMOOTH, COMFORTABLE DOUBLEKNIT BODY SLIMMERS BY WARNER'S® AVERAGE LEG 10.00 LONG LEG 11.00 Get in shape for vail the easy way with this new Doubleknit panty girdle from Warner's. It's made of easy care double knit that stretches in every direction for incredible control. It molds to your body and it moves when you do, while the slimming control remains constant. It has the seamless design for that beautif j| smoothness under all your fall fashions! White only. Sizes S-M-L-XL. FOUNDATIONS--Second Floor SS^vffS^::::^^^ 7

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