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September 10, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 50

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BE--Sept. 10, 1972 Sunday Gazette-Mail -Ch«.-ltstOn, Wtft Virginia Neelj-Martin White-McGirr Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Neely of Charleston are announcing the forthcoming marriage of their daughter. Jennie Elizabeth, t.o Michael JENNIE NEELY Paul Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Leonard Martin of Fairmont. The wedding will take place at 6 p.m. on Oct. 21 in t h e F i r s t Presbyterian Church with the Rev. J. Harreil Harper and the Rev. Edward Judy officiating. A reception will follow at the Charleston House. Miss N e e l y graduated f r o m Morgantown High School and received a B.S. degree in nursing from West Virginia University. She is a member of Delta Delta Delta social sorority and is employed by the Charleston Area Medical Center, Memorial Division. Her fiance is a graduate of Perm Cambr a High School in Cresson Pa., and California (Pa.) State College. He has a B.S. degree in industrial arts, is a member of Alpha Kappa Lambda social fraternity and is employed by the Harford County (Md.) School System. BARBARA WHITE The engagement of Miss Barbara Jane White to Michael Ray McGirr, son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. McGirr of Dayton, Ohio, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Randal E. White of St. Albans. Wedding plans are incomplete. Miss White attended St. Albans High School and Morris Harvey College, She graduated with honors from the Charleston General Hospital School of Nursing. She is a member of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority and is a staff nurse at Thomas Memorial Hospital. Her fiance attended Fairmont West High School in Kettering, Ohio, and the Dayton Institute of Technological Training where he majored in drafting. He is serving with the Air Force at Lockbourne AFB, Ohio. Huffman-Hughes Winter-Bowles Mr. and Mrs. Kenner Huffman of East Bank have announced the betrothal of Mr. and Mrs. Claude W. Winter are announcing the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Claudia Alice, to James E r n e s t Bowles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Bowles, all of South Charleston. The wedding will take place at 2 p.m. on Sept. 23 in the First United Methodist Church of South Charleston. The Rev. John M. Geary will officiate. Donna Sue Hastings will be maid of honor for her cousin and the father of the prospective bridegroom will be best man. Harold and Randy Bowles, his brothers, and John Picklesimer will be ushers. Miss Winter has a B.S. degree in elementary education from West Virginia University. She teaches at Fernbank School. Her fiance attended WVU and is working toward a degree in accounting at West Virginia State College. Kabulski-Rowh LINDA KABVLSKI The approaching marriage of Miss Linda Sue Kabulski to Mark Clinton Rowh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Coy Rowh of Poca, has been announced by her parents. Mr. anrl Mrs. William Kabulski of Dunbar. The wedding is planned for 7:30 p.m. on Nov. n in the Poca United Methodist Church. The Rev. Hollie Thompson, pastor of the c h u r c h , and the Rev. Charles Boice, grandfather of the bride-elect, will perform the ceremony. Miss Kabulski and her fiance are graduates of Poca High School and she is employed by Drs. Hills, Ghiz and Bangani. He is a senior English major at West Virginia State College and is employed by Fike's Chemical Co. DONNA HUFFMAN their d a u g h t e r , Donna Louann, to Gary Wayne Hughes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nyle B. Hughes of Pratt. Bridal plans are incomplete. Miss H u f f m a n , granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Huffman of Holley Grove and the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stringer, is a graduate of East Bank High School. She is a sophomore at West Virginia Institute of Technology where she is majoring in business education. Her fiance is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Hughes of Summersville and Mrs. Geraldine Ridiner of Athens, and the late Mr. Lucian A. Dorsey. He is a graduate of East Bank High School and is a junior at West Virginia Tech where he is majoring in physical education. Young- Jones Shrader-Boegs The Rev. John Campbell, pastor of St. John's United Methodist Church in South Charleston, will perform the ceremony when marriage vows are exchanged by Mrs. Margaret L. Shrader and Ernest H. Bntzps. She is the d a u g h t e r of the late Mr. and M r s . David Ray Gibsn-i and h? i? t h e sen of Mrs. Mary G. Brfgs of Gassaway anrl the late Mr. Albert. J. Boggs. The wcddine and reception will be held at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the home of her niece. Mrs. Carl E. Births Rv 2. La^devi ! lo. Auq. 11. girl. S^brk ,\v and V.rs Larry Eugene, Sfih. iua i". a -i. C c c k , V.r flf-a V.r?,. Jen Careen, V s S i v r , Av:q 1'.. qi'l Eaflrr.an V' flp-.l v,r Criflrles Mi- c^ael, Of.aprakr. AL'Q 15. girl Le.v,^, :."' flr-a V - s Jan-ns Gary, Rt. 1, S u ' T r p p r c v i H p .Via 15 G i r l V i l ' p r . 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Gil', :··' f.-a V r i jan-ei Madison, : '^er L-f 1 ! , D jc . A.J- ;^, q;.] FOITP- '. a--fl /v.-;. T^rrras J.imes, J- . : l c £ C - . f - Dr , Aup i;. girl F.'lfr. V r a-a Mrs James Allen, Pt ', K p - r a i,,;: 10. q.rl Vellor, Vr and V-s. William R»v, »;' Brvtnr Ro.. Auq X, girl Po«lk«5. ,v »",-, ,... rs ' Cneste- Ar. "-U-. IfOI K . - q S! , S:uth CnarlMtor. A ,c ^ ^-'' '^Hr'H^ , - . ' · /t-r. v - c S r r n r r Vlncp. l?j; P"!TP D- , S-. i" c-a-ipsi-i Aiiq ?' T . " l ·:=-" r\i '.·- · - v - t : i - , i nevi, Welch of Weberwood Drive. Mrs. Man 1 L. Jackson will serve as matron of honor for her sister and Peter Boggs will be best man for his father. Mrs. Shrader is administrative assistant of the West Virginia Real Estate Commission and the future bridegroom is retired from the Washington (D.C.) Fire Department. The couple is planning a wedding trip to the Smokey Mountains and Florida, after which they will make their home at 4535 Big Tyler Rd. DEBRA YOUNG B L A C K BETSY-Plans for the marriage of their daughter, Debra Lee, to William Elbert Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elbert Jones, have been announced by Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas Young Sr., all of Black Betsy. The ceremony will take place at 7:30 p.m. Sept 30 at the Faith Methodist Church here with the Rev. Hollie Thompson officiating. Janie Cook will be maid of honor and bridesmaids will be Debby Smith and Patty Jones. James Jones will be best man and James Young Jr. and Dale Jones will be ushers. The bride-elect is a senior at Poca High School. Her fiance graduated from the same school and is employed at Putnam Fabricating Co. How; Can I Q. \V'?.t C9n I dn \yiT?n 1 have inadvertently added too much salt to food while cooking it? A. Stretch a clean clnth tightly over the vrssrl and sprinkle a lahlrspnnn of flour over the cloth. The flour will absorb the salt if allowed to slcam for n few mimics. Q. How can I remove paint and putty stains from window glass? A. Use a wet cloth dipped in baking soda, and rub over the glass. After fifteen minutes, wash with clear, warm water, rub until dry. and polish. Q. How can I clean discolored enamelware? A. Usually rubbing with a paste of salt and vinegar will do a good job. FOR LADIES ONLY. . , r,rr r'K-.i ' -- --r. Aur; ? ; , Q , - i [ h » A ' e v V a-r! Vr', Kpitl Wayne, P.-'i. A:;q II a - Slf ·.",-'. V - arrl '.Vs Jcel ReynoW, i .V.O D-,' P'.i--» D r . .-.·.·q 71. rjirl LT.P7 V - »"H V - . J»t^P5 Victor, 16J2 Srr- :h R^ , -Vg 23. cirl H'iffnrap. v - a-1 v r v K»'t1 Paul. E V A . A ,1 ? - n : 1 .I'Tlar '/ - a'-r; V s S'PVT, vVaynP, I'll Prp'itn^ ^ » A ' j g 2;. qir| K P - - « . Vr ^n 0 f.vt L a r r y A l l e n , gJ3 P.C P.' .'· , P A -t " -:H Pauie/ V 1 - anr] vr* David Rrxjpr, p* 7 '- r, ,,«h rt-flrlp,tir., Auq ?^. qirf V.-nrP. ·/- a^fl V r s . Delberl Danny, gArr-r! Ai.'j ?i, qi-l veal",A r ,. '.' 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Her fiance, a graduate of DuPont High School, is serving with the Army in St. Louis, Mo. RACHEL RUBEN CATERING SERVICE DINNERS RECEPTIONS FRENCH STYLE-OLD WORLD FLAVOR PH. 343-7631 GERALDINE FARINHOLT KRISTA HEASLEY Farinholt-Bowles WILLIAMSBURG, V a.- The approaching marriage of Miss Dorothy Geraldine Farinholt to Harold Watson Bowles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest 'Watson Bowles of South Charleston, W. Va., has been announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Farinholt of Williamsburg. The wedding is planned for 2 p.m. on Oct. 15 in the Williamsburg Presbyterian · Church here, with the Rev. John R. King officiating. Attending the bride-elect will be Miss Trisha Farinholt as maid of honor and bridesmaids will be Miss Christy Pressley, Miss Nell Stewart, Mrs. Robert E. Wetzel and Mrs. Marion Whitfield. Miss Farinholt is a graduate of William and Mary College, where she was a member of Pi Beta Phi Sorority. 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