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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 53

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9E--Sept. 10, 1972 Sunday Gazette-Mail Ch«rl»jton, Wt»t Vlrslnl* Moving, Celebrating, Visiting By Diddy Mathews Palmer 342-1010 Among new residents in South Hills are Mr. and Mrs. J. Hoyle Rymer, who have bought the home formerly owned by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 0. G. Coyle at 510 Linden Rd., and moved there last week from Alexandria, Va. Rymer is a partner in two corporations engaged in oil and gas exploration that were formerly based in Washington but recently transferred their headquarters to Charleston, with offices in the Kanawha Valley Bank Building. He is executive .vice president of one of the companies, Nedco, and a board member of the other, Natural Resource Management. His associates are Jajnes R. McNabb, who moved here last spring from. Washington and with his family now resides in a Roundhill Terrace townhouse, and V. Courtlandt Smith II of Winfield. Mr. and · Mrs. Rymer are both natives of Cleveland, Tenn., and she is the former Miss Marilyn Parker. Mrs. Rymer is a consultant with Booz, Allen and Hamilton, Inc., a management consult ing firm. The Rymers are new members of .Edgewood Country Club. Mr. and Mrs. Coyle and their five children left about a year ago to reside at the family' country -home, "Boxley Farm," in Jefferson County near Charles Town. The farm has belonged to the Coyles for many years and the new owners have done extensive remodeling a n d modernizing in the last few months. Mrs. Coyle is the former Miss Nancy Casto of this city. Four of the Coyle children -- Margaret, Sarah, Tom Jr. and Carolyn -- are attending Charles Town schools, and the oldest daughter, Nancy, is a student at St. Andrew's Presbyterian College in Laurinburg N.C. MRS. A* BAKER Davis of 3707 Staunton Ave. had her 90th birthday last week and her four children will entertain informally this evening in observance of the occasion. Relatives and a few close family friends have been invited to the gathering, which will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Davis' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. G. William Young, at 4201 Staunton Ave. Assisting Mrs. Young will be Mrs. Davis' other daughter, Miss Dorothy Davis, and her sons, John Gaston Edgar of this city and Baker Davis of New York City. Mrs. Davis has lived in Charleston all her life and has been active in the community. A member of pioneer local families, she is the former Miss Hilda Norvell and her parents were Mr. and Mrs. William Gaston Norvell. John Edgar returned to his mother's home here about a year ago from New York, where for a number of years he had been a psychotherapist for the Community Service Society. Baker Davis is an independent industrial designer in New York, with his own studio, and specializes in designs for textiles, wallpaper and other paper products, china and plastics. He has also done illustrations for several books. He arrived Thursday to visit his mother, and has recently returned from a three-week visit in Europe, 10 days of which he spent in Germany attending the Wagner Music Festival at Bayreuth. Travelers Finding Way in and Out of City ^hp\VK Pfllmat* CU~ » f . - n n . -- . . ^^ Shores Villas, St. Petersburg Fla. Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Snyder left Wednesday for their home in Greenwich, Conn., after a week's visit with his mother, Mrs. E. S. Snyder of the Imperial Towers Apartments. * * * MR. AND MRS. Clyde Bryant of Lookout Mountain, Tenn., will arrive Wednesday for a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Richardson of Connell Road. They resided in Charleston for several years, · while Mr. Bryant was manager of the local IBM offices, and are coming here this week from Charlottesville, Va., where their -son. Rick, has just entered the University of Virginia. Miss Keith Malhews left Thursday for San Francisco, Calif., after spending several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Mathews of Bedford Road. She recently completed her second year of graduate study at the Colgate-Rochester D i v i n i t y School, Rochester, N.Y., and this coming year will be employed at Memorial Hospital in San Leandro, Calif., a church-oriented institution, as an assistant in counseling and administrative duties. Mr. and Mrs.. Mathews now have as their guest her mother, Mrs. Virginia McWhorter, who arrived last week from Philadelphia, Pa., to visit them. * * * MRS. JOSEPH H. Lucas Jr. and her children left Tuesday for their home in Richmond, Va., after spending several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Bond Jr. of Johnson Road. She was accompanied here by her son, Joseph III, 6, and two sets of twin daughters, Antoinette and Kate, 4, and Carter and Dana,'who are two-and-a-half years old. Mr. and Mrs. Tom L. Horn Jr. and children, Holly, Tom III and John, returned last week to their home on Upper Ridgeway Road after spending several weeks at the Croatan Hotel in Nag's Head, N.C. Mrs. Theodore R. Price of Burkewood Place has returned from Richmond, Va., where she accompanied her daughter, Nancy, now enrolled in the 10th grade at St. Catherine's School. The Prices' son, Scott, will leave Sept. 20 for his sophomore year at the University of Cincinnati. Raines and daughters, Jan and Becky, of Loudon Heights Road returned last week from a two-week visit at their condominium in Sarasota, Fla. Clifford and Bruce Thomas, sons of Mr. and Mrs. E. Ivan Thomas of Hughes Drive, St. Albans, left Wednesday for Granville, Ohio, to register for the fall semester at Denison University. Clifford is a third- year student, will be a junior THERE MR. AND MRS. Mark H. Schaul and their children, Margaret, Julie and Mark, returned last week to their home on Hampton road after spending the month of August at their summer cottage in Scituate, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Armbrecht Jr. and their children, Cornelia, Molly, Ann, Sally and Teddy, of Chestnut Road returned Monday after a three weeks' trip in their Winnebago to New England and Nova Scotia. Cornelia and Molly spent the earlier part of the summer at Camp Wyone- gonic, Maine. Miss Elizabeth Hubbard of Kanawha Boulevard returned W e d n e s d a y from Atlantic City, N.J., where she was a guest at the Marlborough- Blenheim Hotel for the past five weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Kelley E. Reed of Kanawha Avenue and Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Dial Jr. of Mount Vernon Place have returned from White Sulphur Springs, where they spent several days at the Greenbrier Hotel. MR. AND MRS* James T. Coyle and children, Jim, Ted, Mary Lang and John, formerly of .this city, loft last week for their home in Vienna, Va., after a 10-day visit with relatives and friends here. They were guests at "Valdeacort Farm," home of Mr. and Mrs, V. Courtlandt Smith II at Winfield. Miss Pauline Staehlin, former Charlestonian who has spent several weeks at the Daniel Boone Hotel, left Saturday for her home at Sunny MRS. DONALD C. Andrews of Chilton Manor will leave the last of the week for Hartsdale, N.Y., to visit her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Strehler. She will also go to Hawthorne, N.J., to be the guest of Mrs. M. J. Hall, who will accompany her to Charleston when she returns Oct. 1. David Ballard returned last week to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. William Ballard Jr. of South Kanawha Avenue, after serving as a first lieutenant in the Air Force for the last three years. He was released from active duty at Barksdale AFB in Shrcveport, La. Joey Hickok of Boca Raton, Fla., second-year student at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, is spending the weekend in Charleston and will assist in services this morning at Kanawha P r e s b y t e r i a n Church. He and Miss Mary Steger of Minneapolis, Minn., are guests of his grandmother, Mrs. Cecil M. King of One Morris Street. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey M. Davis of 22nd Street, S.E. returned Wednesday from a week's visit in Myrtle Beach, S.C. * » * MR. AND MRS. Dale C. Calhoun are moving Monday from the Greenbrier Gardens Apartments to their new home at 514 Maefair Dr. They purchased the house from Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cuthbert, who have moved to their new apartment in-Stuart, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Dale E. fellow in the physics department and is systems programmer for the Computer Center. He made the dean's list last year, with a 4.0 point average, and was elected to Pi Mu Epsilon, national math honorary, and Sigma Pi Sigma, national physics honorary. Bruce will be a freshman, majoring in chemistry for pre-med requirements. Both are graduates of St. Albans High School. MR. AND MRS. Timothy S. Wright and daughter, Kelleigh, have returned to Lexington, Va., after spending the last three months in Charleston. Wrigtt, a law student at Washington and Lee University, was employed for the summer by the law firm of James, Wise, Robinson and M a g n u s o n. Mrs. Wright's brother, William A. McMillan of North Abney Circle, left Thursday to resume his studies at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ross Hunter Jr. of Bedford Road returned Wednesday from Morehead City, N.C., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kincaid, formerly of Charleston, and Mr. Hunter's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hunter of Greensboro, N.C. They went to the resort after taking their daughter, Betsy, to Bristol, Va., to begin her sophomore studies at Sullins College. SCOTT GORDON, first year law student at West Virginia University, has returned to Morgantown after spending several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Gordon of Springdale Drive. Miss M a r g a r e t Walter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew T. Walter of Morningside Drive, left Wednesday from New York to spend several months traveling in Europe. She was accompanied by Miss Jenny Deerin of Chevy Chase, Md., a former classmate at the University of South Carolina, and they will spend their first two weeks touring Norway and Sweden before going to Germany the last of the month to attend the annual October Fest in Munich. Her brother Bill Walter, left last week to enter the freshman class at Presbyterian College, Clinton, S.C. MISS CAROLINE Peyton, who attended summer school at Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind., has returned to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Peyton III of Linden Road. She is presently prompting the "Screaming Gypsy Bandits," a university musical group in which she is the lead vocalist. The group has just made its first record album, '·Mock-Up," featuring original compositions by one of the members. Caroline's sisters left last week for college: Alice, sophomore at Randolph- Macon Woman's College in Lynchburg, Va., and Suzette, freshman at the University of the South, Sewanee, Tenn. Alice has been visiting her roommate, Miss Faye Crawford, at Weir's Cave, Va. Among Charlestonisns leaving this weekend to enroll in the freshman class at Hampden-Sydney College, Hampden-Sydney, Va., are Charles L. Capito Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Capito of Virginia Ave.; Philip Hereford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Hereford of Loudon Heights Road; Eric Schwarz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Schwarz of 28th Street, S.E.; Ward Harshbarger III, son of Dr. and Mrs. Ward Harshbarger Jr., of Dunbar, and Gordon France son of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. France of South Charleston MISS ANN Auld, who spent the past two weeks in Richmond, Va., is reluming this weekend to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Auld of Oakmont Road Unitl recently, she was employed in Charlotte, N.C. Her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Auld, Jr., who have been living in Chicago this summer, are leaving there this week for Pasadena, Calif., where he will begin studies for his master's degree in electrical engineering at California Institute of Technology. Young Auld is a trainee with the Bell Laboratories division of A. T. and T. and has been working at its Napierville, 111., plant. His wife, also an electrical engineer, has been employed by the Northern Illinois Gas Co. Their address in Pasadena will be 23 Regency Apts., Ill) S. Michigan Ave. Mrs. R. H. Garrett of Dunbar, and her daughters Mrs. E. W. Townson of Dunbar and Mrs. Clarence Herndon of Kanawha City have returned after spending the Labor Day weekend with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Conway at their summer place in Bena, Va. The Conways are residents of Huntington. SGT. AND Mrs.* Robert I. Garrett and daughter Michc- line have returned to their home at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., after visiting his mother, Mrs. R. H. Garrett. Mrs. Dicie Kirk of Big Tyler Road has returned to her home after a three-months visit in Florida with her son- in -law and daughter, Sgt. and Mrs. Garrett. Mrs. Fred P e 11 e y and daughter, Cathy, of Dunbar had as their house guests last weekend Mr. and Mrs. Steven Brown and children. Jody and Tami, of Knoxville. Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Knapp and son, Jeremy, of Adrian, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Coleman and children, Barbara, Darrell, Jeff and Brenda, of Vienna. Visiting on Sun- day at the Pelley home were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dougherty and daughter, Trudy, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Hoschar and daughters, Mary Beth and Martha, all of Dunbar. * * * MRS. JAMES R. Barton of. Lee Street and Mrs. J. Paul Engle of White Oak Road have returned from a 24-day vacation in Europe. Enroute to Lucerne, Switzerland, they stopped off for a few days in Amsterdam. After arriving in Lucerne they toured Switzerland and France by car, also visiting Innsbruck, Austria. Their tour of the Alps included the Matterhorn at Zermatt and Mont Blanc at Chomonix, France, the lake country and the Mediterranean area in France, before driving into the chateau country and on to Mont St. Michel on the Breton coast, ending in Paris. Mrs. Lyle Robinson, and Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson of Kanawha City have returned from Erie, Pa., where they were the guests of ; Mrs. Robinson's sisters at a "' reunion with relatives from Bradford, Cane and Franklin, Pa. Twenty-one attended. Sara Scherr, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Merle Scherr of Colonial Way will leave Monday for Wellesley, Mass., whee she is a sophomore student at Wellesley College. MRS. ROBERT* R. Jones Women Tell Week's Slate Of Activities The coming week will be a busy time for members of Charleston Chapter 317, Women of the Moose, with all activities held in the Moose Home, 501 Central Ave. The first event will be a meeting of the executive board, held jointly with the Loyal Order of Moose executive board at 7 p.m. Tuesday. THE WOMEN'S chapter meeting is scheduled for 8 p.m. Wednesday, and will be followed on Thursday by a meeting of the membership committee. Friday is games night with a dance following at 10 p.m., when music will be furnished by the Mystics. The same band will play for the 10 p.m. Saturday dance. A rehearsal will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Sept. 17 in the clubhouse for the coronation pageant, which is scheduled for Oct. 12-15 in the Daniel Boone Hotel. and infant son, Robert Ray Jones II, have returned to their home on Sand Fork from Broaddus Hospital in Philippi, where he was born on Aup. 24. Mrs. Jones is the former Judith Lucas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sebert Lucas of Sand Fork. Paternal grandparents of the infant are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jones, also of Sand Fork. Out-of-town guests at UK? wedding of Miss Rebecca Gay and David Ray Miller included Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Comer and children, Jill and Joyce, Great Mills, Md.: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Young. Baltimore, Md.; Timmy and Tammy Wenrick, Boyertown, Pa,: Mr. and Mrs. Ron Brunschi- wiler, Ravenswood; Peter Bielinski, Scranton. Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tencil, Athens; Prof. Robert Moore of Athens College; and Tom Stegman, Russell Coump, Bill Agnew, Jacob Najmulski and Nancy Baska, students at Concord College. 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