Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on September 10, 1972 · Page 55
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September 10, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 55

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HE--Sept. 10, 1972 Sunday Gazette-Mail Ch«rl«ton, Wtst Virginia Brown-Skiles Nuptial "If you are a born worrier, you were born at the right time," a cynic might say in speaking of modern times. But whatever anyone may think of the 70's, the new decade has brought us some good news on the health front, reports the Health Insurance Institute. There were a number of significant advances in medicine reported in 1971 and early '72 which may well turn back some of mankind's most dreaded 1 diseases in the not- too-distant future. Also recently cited by the American Medical Assn. were some medical developments likely to enhance life as well as to prolong it. ^ 1 TVT Good News On Health Performed Saturday First, there was now «»,-;- /.;.»,,) .,,,·;,,,,.,,.· ...u:.i. _,,__ t , J First, there was new evidence of the presence of a virus in some human cancers, reported by a number of groups duirng 1971. This is considered an important step since the eventual identification of the virus could lead to tests for earlier detection of cancer. It would also help in the investigation of the disease's origin and, hopefully, k vaccines to prevent it. One of the important advances in the virus theory is m the recently published research findings on Hodgkin's disease, a cancer of the lymph glands which killed an estimated 3,700 Americans last year. Researchers b e l i e v e they have found "tumor-asso- ciated antigens" which may signal the presence of the disease in the body even before symptoms develop. Also among n e w 1 y -a n- nounced developments this year has been a new breast cancer drug, now in the testing stage. The drug, caluster- one, administered to a group of women patients hitherto unresponsive to treatment with other hormones and chemicals, produced a regression rate of 64 per cent, a California doctor reported. Another way medical research has paid off recently is in the development of a drug that lowers fat levels in the blood of sufferers with coronary heart disease. Although the drug, clofibrate, did not Huntington-Keyser Rite Performed Miss Mary Ellen Keyser, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. MRS. R. J. HUNTINGTON . . . former Mary Keyser DeWitt Keyser of Chesapeake, became the bride of Ronald Jay Huntington, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Huntington of Escondido, Calif., at 8 p.m. Friday in the Open Door Apostolic Church. The Rev. B J Sowards officiated. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an Aline gown of nylon and satin styled with a high neckline square yoke, long sleeves and a long train. A lace and pearl headdress held her elbow- length veil and she carried carnations and roses. BRENDA* REEFER was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Diane Pegram and Sandy Furren. James Reefer was best man and ushers were Wayne Pegram and Denver Huffman. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Niagara Erma Martin Marries Phillip Allen Edwards Miss Erma Marie Martin, . daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carvel Martin, became the bride of Phillip Allen Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Edwards, all of St. Albans, Friday in St. Peters United Methodist Church. The Rev. John Mendez officiated and music was provided by Mrs. Joan Hensley. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length gown of satin organza with narrow lace ruffles ex- MRS. P. A. EDWARDS . . jormer Erma Martin tending down the empire bodice and A-line skirt. The bishop sleeves had the same ruffled lace trim and the skirt extended to a chapel train. A matching headdress held her illusion mantilla. MRS. CAROLYN Null was matron of honor for her sister and bridesmaids were Miss Sandi Filbin and Miss Vicki Whittinghill. Kenneth -Filbin was best man and ushers were Bill Ray and Brian Harter. Following a reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Blackwater Falls State Park. They will live al 4407 Blackwell St., Spring Hill. MRS. EDWARDS graduated from South Charleston High School and is employed by the West Virginia Civil Service System. Her husband !· a graduate of St. Albans High School and West Virginia State College. He is an alumni of Tau Delta Phi Fraternity and is employed by Consortium Promotional Sales, Inc. The rehearsal dinner was held at the Rose City Cafeteria and showers were given by Mrs. Carolyn Null, Mrs. Goldie Martin, Mrs. Marie Whit- linghill, Mrs. Judy Burgess, Mrs. Anna Edwards and Mrs. Sandi Filbin. Velveteen Makes Comeback Rich cotton velveteen is receiving rave reviews not only in this country but in Europe as well. Luxurious but durable, it is as irresistible to the touch as it is to the eye and with the universal fashion acceptance of men, women and children, velveteen bridges the gap between casual sportswear and evening elegance. Blazers, baseball jackets and shirt-jackets are the cover up to wear right now and on into Fall and Winter. Versatile velveteen focuses on all these looks and more while responding to every occasion with ease. . .elegant when topping plaid evening skirts, .super sportive when teamed with matching solid or contrasting tweed pants. . .or tailored to perfection when new twill weave velveteen shapes the blazer. Whether it is mixed or matched, worn daytime or e v e n i n g , dressed up or dressed down, velveteen is sure to be the most integral and important part of every Fall wardrobe. Cfiarletton Beauty Atademy, Int. I HATIONALLY ACCREDITED West Virginia's Largest teautf Atademy Inrites You 7e InrollFor a Career. ENROLLING NOW FOR SEPTEMBER I This ceupen ·orthSO' HAIRCUT during September Tkis coupon ·orthJl.OO ·ninjr KRMMENTer FKOSTorlUKH tw'mi Stptemtor Kit PEKN WHTS 'if RICE .itd FREEUCUUr MMICURE witlr VISIT OUR CLINIC For the most up to .date hairstyles, beautiful Permanent waves, tints, frosts, bleaches, scalp treatment and facials--all at BUDGET PRICES. ACADEMY approved for Students, Government toons, Rehabilitation, Veterans Winn Programs. Write, phone or visit us any day! INSTRUCTORS trained in finest schools in U. S. A., Canada, Eu- rtpe and Orient. OPEN TUESDAY THRU SATURDAYS A.M. TO 4:30 P.M. CHARLESTON BEAUTY ACADEMY, INC. 223V C«*il«4 Si. mtl 71 1 Vi Nit Street 346-9603 Falls. They' will live at 2415 Hampshire Dr. Mrs. Huntington graduated from DuPont High School and is employed in the credit office of Heck's. Her husband graduated from Bakersfield (Calif.) High School and is employed by Litton Dental Co. affect the death rate from heart attacks, it reduced the non-fatal heart attack rate by more than two-thirds in a study of more than 3,000 individuals. According to the American Heart Assn., there are an estimated 1% million cases of heart attacks annually. Life insurance statistics indicate that heart disease is in fact the most frequent cause of death today. Yet another recent encouraging announcement was a triple vaccine against measles, mumps and rubella. The advantage of being inno- culated against all three diseases at the same time is especially important to children in less accessible areas of the country, where frequent medical visits are not feasible due to the shortage of personnel or family finances. The important news for Americans--whether they are covered by government health programs such as Medicare for the aged or Medicaid for the poor, or are among the 187 million who carry private health insurance--is that medical advances of the '70s are already signalling a healthier future for all. Miss Diana Margaret Skiles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Skiles of Bakers Fork, became the bride of Keith Allen Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Brown of Cinco, on Saturday in the Spradling Gospel Tabernacle. The Rev. Carl Rider officiated and music was provided by Wanda Skiles, aunt of the bride. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length gown of Chantilly iace with a satin sash and a bodice d e s i g n e d with a bishop sleeves, ruffled V-yoke and high neckline. The A-line skirt extended to a chapel train and a profile headdress held her silk illusion veil. She carried a colonial bouquet of carnations and daisies. * * # MISS WANDA PARSONS was maid of honor and bridesmaid was Miss Carolyn Skiles, sister of the bride. Mike Proctor was best man and Ray and Wendell Brown were ushers for their brother. Following a reception at the liiis Week's MRS. K. A. BROWN . . . . farmer Diana Skiles church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Missouri. They will live on Bakers Fork. Mrs. Brown graduated from Charleston High School and is employed by the Bible Book Shop. Her husband graduated from DuPont High School and is an employe of Raines Lincoln-Mercury. Sept. 8 thru 16 GENERALELECTRIC top-No Frost SERVICE EVERYWHERE ~LMist "20" STEAM HAIRSETTER NORTHERN 20 Curlers--3 Sizes Controlled Heot Moisture-Transfers Moisture to Your Hoir Making it Soft Supple Produces Tighter, Longer lasting Curls Convenient Measuring Cup : -·"·! *. .- Washing Sy* telfl Ifl" COLOR TV I U DIAGONAL WM 264 · VHP Pre-set Fine Tuning · Spectra-BriteTM . 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