Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on September 10, 1972 · Page 48
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 48

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, September 10, 1972
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4E--Sept. 10, 1972 Sunday Gazette-Mail Ch«i-l«ton, Wwt Virginia . Bailey-Foster Bridal Performed Boyd Memorial Christian Church was the setting at 7::!0 p.m. Saturday for the candle- MRS. M. K. B A I L E Y Patricia Foster liphi wedding ceremony when Miss Patricia Leigh Foster, daughkr of Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Foster Sr. of Dunbar, became the bride of Michael E. Bailey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion F. Bailey of St. Albans. The Rev. Andrew M. Laney officiated and music was provided by Imogene Lee and June Hamilton. Given in marriage by her father the bride wore a floor- length gown of silk organza trimmed with Venise lace and styled with a cowl neckline, full bishop sleeves, and a gathered skirt which fell from a natural waistline and extended to a Watteau train. An open cap of lace and pearis held her silk illusion veil and she carried white roses and pompons. MRS. FRANCES Williams, sister of the bridegroom, was matron of honor and brides- Sieigcr's UPDATE YOUR FDR Maybe all your fur coat needs is a change of sleeve, a different collar or a closer f i t . . . to give it the look of 1972. Re-invest in the luxury of your old f u r . . . it oists less than you think ... a t . . . maids were Miss Janice Farley, Miss Janet Foster, sister of the bride. Miss Nancy Dawson and Miss Terri Bailey, sister of the bridegroom. Rebecca Farris was flowergirl. The bridegroom's father was best man and ushers were Horace A. Williams, Harry C. Foster Jr., Richard E. Boggess and Donald R. Young. Junior groomsmen were Thomas P. Foster and Daniel W. Foster. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Gatlinburg, Tenn. They will live in St. Albans. THE BR*IDE*GR()OM'S parents hosted the rehearsal dinner at the Rose City Smorgas- borg. The bride was honored with showers given by Miss Janice Farley and Mrs. Lucy Puffenbarger. Mrs. Bailey graduated from Dunbar High School and attended Marshall University. Her husband graduated from Nitro High School and is a student at West Virginia State College. They are employes of the Columbia Gas System. Minister, Wife Wed 60 Years tn M MI IThurs.tJN9p.rn. DAVIDS SKoe. SAVINGS UP TO 60% GOLDA MEIR JEAN WESTWOOD Quotable Quotes ELIZABETH MCALISTER 'Rise Against Insane Terror' Steiger's All six of their children were on hand for a family dinner on Sept. 3 honoring the Rev. and Mrs. Oorge W. Thumm of Pinch as they celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. She is the former Myrtle Jarrett and he is a retired Methodist minister with 45 years service at Morris Memorial, Maiden. Coal Fork and Vandalia churches in the Charleston area; Ripley, Evans and Cottageville churches in Jackson County; Calvary Church at Dunbar; Friendly in Tyler County; and churches in Highland County, Va. * * » THE DINNER was held at the home of one of their daughters, Mrs. Edward G Cunningham of Pinch. Their other children are Garold Thumm of Lewiston, Maine; Milford of Boone, N.C.; Byron of Fredonia, N.Y.; Mrs. Bill Woods of East Northport, N.Y.; and Mrs. James Shank of Masontown. Completing the family are 10 grandchildren. By The Associated Press "Rise up against these acts of insane terror, kidnaping and extortion that rend the fabric of international life." Israeli Premier Golda Meir to the nations of the world after the Arab guerrilla attack on the Israeli Olympic team. * * * "Anything could happen if we were forced to go back to Uganda. . .we have nowhere to go and we are penniless." Samiara Esmila, on arrival in London after being expelled with an estimated 50,000 Ugandan Asians. "We're fairly sure that we were bugged again." Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Jean Westwood after the discovery of a red box filled with wires at the party's national headquarters. - * M. ". . .Seems like a bad dream -- all unreal." Sister Elizabeth McAlister on being sentenced to one year in jail after being convicted with the Rev. Philip Berrigan of smuggling letters out of Lewisburg Penitentiary. "I don't think I'd be doing much good lying around a jail cell and now I'm really interested to learn if I can teach someone to read and write." Margaret Fleming, 17, after being convicted on a marijuana charge and sentenced to teach illiterates in the Dade County Miami, Fla. Jail. msmsMMMm THE NEWEST LADIES'SHOE STORE IN THE KANAWHA VALLEY | THAT AIL TOUR FRIENDS ARE TALKING ABOUT FEATURING Famous Name Brands with a Mammal Shapes Predominate In Art-Produced Furniture PERFECT PUT-TOGETHERS FOR YOU... get into plaid this season, with tops and blazers, in your best colors! Plaid bag pants, flaired and cuffed, sizes 5 to 15. '20. Blazers at S20. up. KADDAD'S t.c-l OPtN MONDAY AND THURSDAY NITES1IL9 4S?"i MnrC. orl'p A,». SPRING Hill. VV. VA. 1 By Rita Rcif New York Times Service NEW YORK -. Enter the willowy woman in the body- clinging, pink wool dress. She strides right up to the nine- foot-long rhinoceros, pats its smooth "skinned" snoot and, with a toss of her blonde hair, announces: "It's going to be covered with ecological hair -- probably cattle. The price? $12000." It was Mrs. Leonard Holzer speaking. Jane Holzer, that is. No, she doesn't call herself Baby Jane anymore ("just Jane, please," she pleads). After all, she's 31 now and less of an art production, an A n d y Warhol-Stiperslar-Art- Production, than an art producer now. What kind of art does she produce? Well, Francois La- Lanne's Rhino, for one, a mammal-shaped assemblage of two chairs, a footstool and sufficient remaining carcass to fill a vest pocket park as a playground sculpture. Then there's that can of sardines, another polyurethane foam creation of the French sculptor, which is not for sitting and climbing, but for sleeping. Each one of the pillowlike silvery-blue sardines is $300. The complete bed, a small double (or is it a large single?) is ?4,000. THE LaLANNE flights of fancy are but two of about 20 furnishings that have gone on view in the "Furniture by Artists" exhibition at the Leo Castelli Gallery, 420 West Broadway. Eight artists were commissioned to p r o d u c e about 20 furnishings for the show, which was organized and produced by Daedalus Concepts, a company that is the brainchild of Mrs. Holzer. Her partners in the enterprise are Leo Castelli, the gallery- owner Kent Klineman. an investment banker, and Leonard Fisher, a designer. Mrs. Holzer recalled how, in the summer of 1970, she found that "all my antique French things and my Louis XVI furniture didn't look right with all our modern art." She had seen a 12-by-6-foot sofa by John Chamberlain, the sculptor, a design so imposing it could easily solve most decorating problems for a room in one fell swoop. She bought two -- one for her New York aprtment and one for her Southampton home. THEN. THINKING other people might also like artist- designed furniture to go with How Can I? Q. How can I clean smoke- and-stained bricks? A. Mix two ounces of baking soda, one ounce of pumice, one ] ounce of salt, and enough wa- ! ter to make a cream. Mix | well, allow to stand for a few ' minutes, then brush off. j i Q. How can I prevent ! grease spots on plastered . walls from " b l e e d i n g j through" new wallpaper or I paint? j A. By covering these areas j with shellac before painting i or papering them. ! Q. How can I remove lip- j stick stains from fabrics? 1 A. Place a white tnwel or i cloth under the material where j the stain is. then rub into the ' stain a paste of snapflakes | and a little water. Sponge the j cloth with a little clear water ; and, if the material is washa- : hlf, launder in thf osual man- ' wr. f the art on their walls, and quite unaware that many people had been decorating that way for years, she dicided !. approach other artists to try their hand at furniture. Mrs. Holzer p e r s u a d e d Chamberlain to scale down his sofa to the size of a baby grand -- 6 foot square. She has six of the ones the artist personally carved out of blocks of plastic foam and left uncovered that she will sell for $1,500 each. If suede, leather or fabric covering is desired, the price scars to as much as $4,000. A slightly smaller mound of foam covered in suede and wrapped in j rope commands a slightly smaller price -- $3,700. "I love the lyrical idea cf a swing in my home." said the former model, settling into a bend of Mark di Suvero's bent aluminum tubing that hangs on a rope from the ceiling of the gallery. The swing costs $1,000. Savings up to 60% Chooi* from a wide selection of styles, colors, materials heel heights. UseyourB.A.C.orM.C. or Convenient Lay-a-away Plan 4849 MacCorkle Ave. Spring Hill Free Parking and Back Entrance behind store piece goods sho LOCATIONS: ST. ALBANS-DUNBAR-SO. HILLS-KAN AW HA CITY-CHARLESTON Stonewall Jackson led the foot cavalry to the battle of Bull Run and now the Piece Goods Shop declares war on high prices and will defeat all competition... So charge on in and see for yourself! THE BATTLE STARTS SUNDAY uk. PRI«S_GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY DESIGNER BUTTONS 5 CARD Perma-Press 'CORDUROY 45" 169 WIDE 1 YD. 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