Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 6, 1975 · Page 9
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 9

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 6, 1975
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tA July 6,1975 *M.t Race ELVIS PRESLEY ALBUM SALE FULL LINE They're of ft Smmlrm Ferry, 7, miU brother Cmrry, 10, tmhe off (left) 4o»m « hilt om their fmther't fmrm mt While Smlphmr Spring!. Cmrry tmkei mm emrty lemd, but m tpiU drop* him bmeh (center), tie recover*, hmteeier, to ehmrge bmck to victory (bottom picture). The rmeert mre the chiUren of Mr. mmd Mr*. Curl Ferry. (StmffPhotot by Leo Chmbot) ft*. $.98 List Also one group reg. 2.98 2.49 Special buy. TRACTION-TREAK CANVASSHOES Cotton; rubber 2 PAIRS compound soles. Men's 6^-11, 12; boys'11-6. SPECIAL BUY PATTERNED PANT FINDS Our polyester pants fit you and your budget. Easy-care puil-ons in assorted colors. Sizes 10-20 .' 3 SAVE ENTIRE STOCK SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Reg. 3.99- S13.00 OFF REG. PRICE SUNDAY-MONDAY BIG BUYS v:-' "* SUNDAY SALE SIX LEG GYM SET WITH SLIDE Fun for up to 7 children. 4 different rides 2-passenger air- glide and lawn swing, 7' slide. 2 swings. SAVE $ 8 76 1 REG. 84.95 SAVE 1.51 LAWN DARTS FOR OUTDOOR FUN Toss like horse- _ . _ shoes. With 4 O48 missies, 2 circular targets. 1944 Crew Of Bomber Reunited f LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Nearly 31 '-years after their plane was shotdpwn over 'Austria during World War II, eight crew ^members of a B24 "Liberatpr" held a reu- fnion here-this wewendrclirriaiirigran ?il-month effort by ^oui?vilie-rrtent --; r ·5 "This is one of theliappiestdays of my ·life," said Alvin L. Martin; who organized :jhe reunion. "This is the greatest bunch of : -guys in the world." · ''·': ,:.\ : "t Martin was the only regular creWmenv fber not along on the final mission. He was ^undergoing surgery at an Air Force hospital in Italy. His stand-in, plus the other Irew members, spent the rest of the war in German prison camps. They were freed by Russians at the war's end. f; Robert T. .Peterson of Sinclairyille, N! ·y., was the pilot of the ptone and a second lieutenant :He brought a letter to Louis- ^ille with him which had been written by -jVlartin. (· : ^ "I'm looicing forward to seeing all of you ;%hen you get back," Martin said in the let- ;ier, which is torn and bears the heavy (·black marks of censors. £ The crew was on its 31st bombing mis- l^sion when the plane was shot down July 8, '1944. Tte holiday reunion was the first Uime the crew members have gotten to Ugether since the plane went down. ; - "This has got to be about the greatest "thing that has ever happened to me," said ; Fred C. Savage of Wichita, Kan. · John W. Bowling of Charleston, W. Va., ; "said he "wouldn't take a million dollars Zfor the experience (of being in the air icbrps), but I sure wouldn't.want to go ·through it again." : Art, Craft Fair Will End Today ' RIPLEY -- The Mountain State Art and I Craft Fair at Cedar Lakes near here will '; conclude at 9 p.m. today. Exhibits include kettle-cooked apple -butter, iced sassafras tea, folk music, Iblacksmithing, shingle splitting and cul- ;Jtu'ral heritage. V, The annual event began Wednesday. i t. *. SAVE '20 WARDS 3V2-KP 20-IN. ROTARY A u t o , choke. Quick-starting Briggs Slrat- ton engine. 89' Model 128 REG. 109.99 Great value. FIBERGLASS INSULATION 100 Square feet Q98 to a bungle. ij WARDS REG. LOW PRICE SAVE $3 NYLON PILE SHAG PLUSH Lush, long-lasting "Chantilly" comes in elegant solid colors. Nylon pile J is resilient, easy-care. SQ.YD. REG, 12.99 SQ. YD. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIBIII 1 YOUR HOST EXECUTIVE CHEF JOSEPH HOLT INVITES YOU TO CELEBRATE IN THE COLONY ROOM BIRTHDAYS ANNIVERSARIES OTHER SPECIAL OCCASIONS OUAIANTIt Tha point b guorontMd hi co«r ony color poinnd uHon wMi on cool (txupt rough wood h«ol«, ihokn and itucco) «tmi applitd according to labtl dirtctiom of n ran not to exc««d 400 q. h. per gdlon. K *a point foils to co»*r a itattd hire, bring tht tabf I of this paM to your KKTHI Wardi branch oni»« «li hmhh tnoogh point lo mnirt covwagi or, ctt your option, will refund tht com- plltlpurchait'price. SAVE '40 EARLY AMERICAN 5-PC. DINETTE 36" round table, 12" leaf. Maple finish plastic laminate top overhardwood. 4 stunning mate chairs. REGULARLY 189.95 _ SAVE GUAR. 1-COAT EXTERIOR PAINT Latex--fast-drying, easy _ ( clean-up. Tough finish, re- ^ sists blistering, mildew. · 15 popular color choices. REG. 10.99 SAVE'30 WARDS 4-CYCLE DISHWASHER P o r t a b l e . 3- level wash act i o n ; s m a l l items basket. REG. 269.95 Jhe WE SUPPLY THE COMPLIMENTARY CAKE SPARKLIK BEVERAGE FOR RESERVATIONS: 343-6131-EH20! Ask fir SHARON ocne H O W L COLONY ROOM NO CHARGE CHECKING NO MMMUM BALANCE FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE OPEN FRIDAYS TILL 6 PM MIVE-IN OPEN TILL NOON SATURDAYS THE GUfiRRNTY BflNK 1625 Wojhatgfoo Street Eost · Charleston, We?» Vrrginio · Phon* 344-9891 · Member FWC ' ' ' ' 4-temp dec. dryer 3 anto. dry cycles. Reg. 12944 SAVE'10 23-CHANNEL TRANSCEIVER Mobile, rugged and d u r a b l e . Built-inautoma- tic noise limiter. REG. 119.95 SAVE $ 70 WARDS AIRLINE® TV WITH AFC 19" diagonal .TV has AFC; VHP, UHF antennas. Plastic cabinet. 4324 SAVE $ 20 WARDS 30-INCH ELEC. RANGE 264 REGULARLY 284.95 Auto, cook'n'off oven is continuous-cleaning. Clock, 1-hour timer, easy-to-clean lift-up cooktop. Big storage drawer, too. 000.00 range....$000 6415 SAVE $ 30 8-CYCLE WASHER WITH 18-LB. CAP. 2 speeds handle washables. Water-saver control; colon?. Save when you buy the pair. 88 259 REG. 289.95 SAVE $ 30 BIG20-CU.FT. CHEST FREEZER 8935 289' REGULARLY 319.95 Holds lots. Safety lock, key protects food and children. Features include warning light, interior light, flex- seal lid, removable basket, cold control. OPEN A CHARG-ALL ACCOUNT FOR FAST SHOPPING SALE STARTS ; 1:00 P.M. TODAY t " ' * · * ·.**' v '* · .klk. WARD

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