Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 16, 1972 · Page 37
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July 16, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 37

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9C--July 16, 1972 Sunday duftte-Mail ~ ---CharlMlwi, WMt Vlrili · ·11 y _ -- ~--wwrwwon, Wttt Vlrilnlt Work- Is Resumed on Ripley Junior High EXCAVATION CONTINUES A T NEW RlPLEY SCHOoTsiTE L ; Footers, Beginning of Walls Visible in Background Your Bridge-work By Lois Mt-Cann 273-4556 Work has resumed on the junior high school in Ripley. In special session Monday, the Jackson County Board of Education approved employment of Raymond Holland, contractor, for the new junior high under the same contractural agreement as 1971-72. Work had temporarily stopped, due to the failure . of the board to agree on Holland's employment for an- er year. Boarb members Park *"*** and- Hunter, do not approve of the site next to the board off- n ices, and wanted the building to be constructed under a lease- purchase agreement. Also approved was Supt. Dor- Scott's recommendation to {continue encumbranced monies from the 1971-72 budget which was originally $50,000 with the provision that -budgetary adjustments in the 1972-73 budget be made in the month of August as required by the state cod At -Thursday night's regular board meeting, the board approved $15,000 toward completion of the new physical educa- ,ois McCani By Jackie Wilcox South dealer. Neither side vulnerable. A V · * West Q 9 7 4 K 10 5 I 8 K 9 3 North J 5 2 8 6 4 A K 5 4 3 Q 6 East 3 4 A 10 8 * South A K 6 ¥ A Q 3 * Q 9 7 6 * A J 5 2 The bidding: South West North 1 NT pass - 3 NT pass pass J 9 7 J 10 2 10 8 7 4 pass tion building at RavensSvood High School, a project being shared financially by the Ravenswood Booster's Club. Approval for continuation of building projects at Kenna Cottageville, and Gilmore schools, with Kenneth White as the contractor and a budget of $150,000 Belle Playground Schedules Basketball League Playoffs was also approved Thursday. Jackson General Hospital has applied to the West Virginia Regional Medical Program for a three-year grant to employ, train and put in use a county emergency service. The Jackson {County Court 'at a meeting on March 16 approved payment in the amount of 18,620 to match state funds to purchase two ambulances. The next regular, meeting for the Washington Woods Arl Assn., will be July 25th at the Appalachian -Building in Ravenswood. The group plans an art show during the Ohio River Festival at Ravenswood Aug. 11. The Kith N Hills Theater Group has selected "Witness for the Prosecution" as the fall pro- s4ttnfinm TVimtitf* «*ill Vn in C MMX.Ii*VA4. Jt 1 J UUVU »1 ·»» uC 111 O teniber. it seemed that eight top tricks were available with a chance, ,, , , , . ,, , for a successful club or h e a r t . Bas , ketb aM leagues are hold- Mrs. James F. Chaplin ·949-264; Although skill is a necessary requirement for becoming a good bridge player, luck plays determining the win ner. In today's hand South had the advantagi of an early de fensive e r r o he handec finesse to fulfil* the contract. South led the diamond queen, then the nine to dummy's king, West'discarded a heart. Now declarer realized that the diamond suit was blocked, took the losing club finesse and wound up one trick short. The winning play was to lead the jack of spades and pitch the six of diamonds unblocking the suit. This has the rare effect of East Producing five diamond tricks plus placing West in an end position where he must lead away from one of his kings. East could have prevented this play by inserting the ten of spades at the first trick. This would have maintained communication with his partner but the gift righi back. West led the s p a d e four East won the ace and return MRS. WILCOX ed the ten to declarer's king. At first glance LAST WEEK'S WINNERS SUNDAY July 9 SUNDAY NIGHT DUPLICATE NORTH-SOUTH \ 1 Mrs. J. F. Wilcox and Roger Meadows 2. Ed Maier and Jim Morrison 3. Reuben Graham and Bob Allen i. Mrs. Ann Pollitl and Mrs. Austin Miller EAST-WEST 1. Mr. and Mrs. David Ellis 3. Lola Nester and Bill WicX, Jr. t. Dr. John Chambers and John Chambers, Jr. MONDAY July 10 ' BRIDGETTE CLUB 1. Mrs. Maynard Sherwin and Mrs. Red Bean ?. Mrs. J. G. Miller «nd Harry Welsch 3. Mrs. John Kester and Steve Cavetv der i Mrs. C. E. .Ellis and Mrs. Tom Snider MONDAY NIGHT DUPLICATE 1 2. Charlotte Garret and Charles Ger wig 1-2. Mrs. C. E. Crow and Link Young 3. Mrs. J. G. Miller and Mrs. Austin Miller ,. Mrs. Robert Gerrard and Mrs. Harry Welsch WEDNESDAY July 5 WEST VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE DUPLICATE NORTH--SOUTH 1. Austin Miller and Charles Gerwig 2-3. T? B. Legg and C. E. Gabbert 5-3. Mrs. J. F. Wilcox and Tom Nolley 1. Mrs. D. B. Eakle and Mrs. J. L. Garcia 2. Steve Cavender and Tom Moore 3. L. E. Frazier and R. R. Klser EAST ACES NORTH-SOUTH 1. Ruth Huston and Hattie Keightlev 7 Mrs. D. B. Eakle and Mrs. John Keiler 3. Mrs. R. E. Stone and Mrs. F. C. Gall AST-WEST . 1. Mrs. Wm. Pyle and Mrs. K. H. Hill 5-3. Mrs. H. C. Riley and Mrs. Carl Samples 2-3. Mrs. J. G. Miller-and Mrs. C. E. Ellis THURSDAY July t I NOVICE GAME 1. Mrs. David Pitts and Mrs. H. C Riley 2-3. Charlotte Garrett and Mrs. D. D Johnson 2-3. Steve Cavender »n* Jim Dodson i. Mrs. David Thalhelmer and Mrs. Dick Weinberg THURSDAY NIGHT DUPLICATE '. Everett Means and Dvid Ellis 1. Ruth Moore and Harry Welsch 3. Mrs. Ann Pollitt and Mrs. John Kesler 4. Jade Wyatt and Mrs. Austin Miller FRIDAY July 7 KVBA · Masters Pjirs 1. Slan Given and Bill Wick, Jr. 1. Jim Morrison and Bob Allen ' 3. Mrs. Jon Bowes and Wm. Kennedy 4. Mrs. Anthony Solomon and Mrs. Georqe Woo 5. Ed Maier and Link Young f. Mrs. Daniel Hall and Mrs. J. E. Allen Non-Masters Pairs 1. Bob Singleton and Steve Cavender 2. T. B. Legg and Robert Bailey 3. Mr. an Mrs. David Ellis SATURDAY July 8 BID AND MADE NORTH-SOUTH 1. Mrs. Ann Pollitt a/id Mrs. C: E. Crow 2. Mrs. David Thalheimer and Mrs- .Harry Welsch 3. Jade Wyatl and Mrs. Austin Miller EAST-WEST 1. Mrs. John Gstens and Charlotte Garrett 2.Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Smith 3. Mrs. Rett Bean and T. B. Leqg BRIDGE CALENDAR Week of July 16 SUNDAY--Sunday Night Duplicate--7 p.m.--YWCA. Public Invited. MONDAY--Bridget-IB Club--10:30 a.m. Home of Mrs. Harry Welsch, 901 Wilkie Drivs, Public invited. Monday Night Bridge Club--7 p.m. Home of Mrs. Harry Welsch. Public invited. WEDNESDAY-Easy Aces--10:30 a.m. Beni Kedem. Closed. West Virginia State College Duplicate. · 7-30 p.m. New Dormitory. Public invited. THURSDAY--Novice Game-10:30 a.m. Horn- of Mrs. Harry Welsch. Public invited. Thursday Niqhl Duplicate- 7 B.m YWCA. Public invitod. FRIDAY--KVBA--7:15 p.m. Charleston Federal Sovings and Loan Building. Closed. SATURDAY Bid 3rd Msd'-7:3Q p.m. H"me ol Mrs. Harry Welsch. Public invited. Pay Dispute Walkout Hits Cabell Plant HTJNTINGTON, W.Va. ( A P ) -- Production at the Rainbow Art Glass Co. was halted Friday night when 45 members o f j Local 77. American Flint j Glass Worker?, walked off thei job in a nay dispute. j Ben Johnson, international 1 reoresentative for the union, said the wildcat stike involved ''misinterpretation of payroll policies" and working conditions. The union's contract does not) expire until next Friday. the spade chance of play. suit stopping setting up in any an end ing playoffs at Belle Elementary School playground.- On Monday and Wednesdays at 6:15 p.m., boys ages 4 through 7, will play. Tuesday and Thursdays at the same "hour the high school league will play. invited to watch the leagues play. A watermelon feast was held Friday for all participants. Bicycle races will be held Tuesday at 2. p.m. for boys and girls of all age groups concluding with awarding of trophies. Winners of the recent horse shoe tournament were: Shannon Snodgrass. Jerry Nelson, Jan Jerry Nelson (boys) girls (11- Daugherty, Tim Bailley, and Mark Milam. A dance was held Friday eve-' hing. Music was furnished by the Tom Keeney. group: Dances will be continued on a bi-weekly basis. · i Belle Energetic Grandmother's Club will hold a picnic- meeting for members and their husbands or guests at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Daniel Boone Park. The Rev. T. James Boshell, Belle Church of the Nazarene announced his resignation last Sunday, effective on-or before August 9. He has accepted a call to Broadway' Church of the Nazarene at Parkersburg. Annual Adult Lay Retreat met this weekend at Nazarene Camp in Summersville. Sessions began Friday and conclude today. Col. Thane Minor, chaplain of, the Air Force, was speaker. Attending were. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hastings. Mr. and Mrs. Myers, Mrs. Catherine and Mrs. Eva Jarrett. B. B. Booth The Rev. James Hodges, minister of New Life Baptist Temple- is spending, a month in missionary field to Nigeria, accompanied by the Rev. David High, formerly of Belie, now a minister in Oklahoma. Belle, Cabin Creek, and Winifrede Presbyterian churches, will hold a picnic today at 2 p.m. at Winifrede Park. Families are asked to bring picnic baskets. The Rev. and Mrs. Dallas Pulliam of Fort Lauderdale, Flori- da are scheduled to arrive Friday to visit Mrs. Pulliam's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Keeney of Bast 6th Street and other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Richard .Fidler and daughter, Amy of East 12th Street, and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Turner of Midland Ave. are home after vacationing at Myrtle Beach, S. C, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Fidler and children of Richmond, Virginia, are visiting Dr. Fidler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dayle Fidler of East 12th Street. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoskins, and son, Larry of DuPont City and Ward Hopkins of Rand have returned from visiting the Hoskins' son-in-law and daughter, Ronnie and Connie Wise of Finely, North Dakota. While there they attended the Diamond Jubilee Celebration. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Edge and son, David of .Cincinnati, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kuhn and daughter, Jennifer of Bloomington, 111., are attending the 1962 Class Reunion at DuPont High School this weekend. ville Post Office, effective immediately. Intermediate swimming lessons will be offered at the Kav- enswocd City Pool beginning Monday and continuing through July 28. Those who sign up must have taken beginning swimming. Instructor will be Cheryl Hoppe, who is qualified Red Cross Water safety instructor. Participants who complete the two y.'etk course will receive a Red Cross certificate. The class will be held each day at 10 a.m. and the cost will be $10. The Raven Riders Saddle Club Eddie Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Williams of Kenna has received second place in FFA sponsored fish and wildlife management proficiency and will receive the award at the state FjFA convention at Jackson? Mill next week. The Ripley FFA chapter has been named state winner of the "Building Our American Communities" award for their work in wildlife conservation and habitat development. All Ripley boys. interested in playing football this coining season including varsity, and junior high grades must report to the Ripley High School gym July 23, at the following times for physicals: varsity, 1 p.m., 9th grade, 1:45 p.m.; 7th and 8th grade; 2:15 p.m. Election of local adviser board farm home advisory committee members and operations reports will highlight the Southern States Cooperative's annual membership meeting for the Ripley-Ravenswood area Tuesday at Ripley High School. The meeting will be held at 7 p.m Phillip Hughes of Ripley wil serve as chairman. | will sponsor a point show at the local ring Sunday, consisting of halter and perfomances classes. 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