Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 6, 1975 · Page 28
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July 6, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 28

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·C Jnlv 6, 1975 w « ' Designers Touch Special Addition Can Give Finished Look 741SIEAM H1DKJ£T CMPETCIENIK By Shearer .34*4519 And now for a decorative finish. A decorative finish is something which is added to a room setting to give it that final, finished -- or, if you like, polished look. Choosing something to add character to the room and at the same time, help convey your own personality and interests, is not something you just dash down to your favorite furniture or decorator shop and do. IF YOU'RE looking for a special addition to your home and can't quite make up your mind what to choose, we would like to make a few suggestions. If there's a car buff in the family, choose a classic auto just for him. The Burwood Products Co. has put together an antique cars collage plaque, which is sure to suit your fancy. Pierce roadster, Stutz Bearcat, and Buick two-seater are authentically detailed in deep-dimensional technique, along with the tool box, carbine generator, air pump, and other old-time motoring paraphernalia. The collage measures 44 and one-fourth inches by 20 and one-eighth inches. A DECORATIVE touch doesn't have to be something which is useful. But if it is, all the better. Consider a clock, especially if it's a beautiful one, as a useful decorative piece. The Stiffel Co. has added another wall clock to its line. Solid hardwood case in antiqued Chinese red lacquer is dramatized by a soft gold Chinoiserie decoration on the inner panel. The clock measures 37 inches and is battery operated. CERTAINLY LAMPS should never be overlooked as decorative or as useful furnishings. At this period in our history the eagle is increasingly popular in home furnishings designs--and never so appropriately so as in a lamp base. Stiffel's contribution to bicentennial design is in the form of two lamps. A pedestal ball and eagle carved of distressed pine stands atop the base of a 40 inch lamp, or if you're a stickier for brass the same eagle design is fashioned on a fluted tankard made of distressed old brass with bright brass highlights. Use Want Ads. Dial 348-4848 price spring and summer SHOES HANDBAGS quarrier at hale I SHOE CO. Sieeniennialiy Appropriate Lamp Pedestal Ball and Eagle of Distressed Pine Antiqued Chinese Wall Clock Red Lacquer With Oriental-Inspired Inner Panel Games Top Week's Activities Items for the .Sunday Gcaette-Mail Club Calendar mutt be submitted on pott cards to the Women's Department of the Gazette by 4 p.m. on Wednesday. Today Ladies Auxiliary 2606, Veterans of World War One, 1:30 p.m., Lee Terrace, social .' hour with Barracks 2G06, hostess Mabel Slack. Monday Kanawha City Social and Civic League, 8 p.m., clubhouse. 744 57th St., hostesses · Miss Gertrude Nolan and Miss Fanny Myers. Tuesday Sleepy Hollow Women's Golf, 9 a.m., tee- off, sand trap shots, hostesses Mrs. Marge Morris and Mrs. Ruth Carr. Edgewood La lies Golf, 9 a.m., most fives, hostesses Mrs. isabell Miller and Joann Peyton. Chelyan Chapter 101, Order of Eastern Star, 7:30 p.m.. Masonic Hall. Mrs. Julia Payne, hostess. Berry Hills Women's Golf Assn., low blind hole, first round of club tournament, hostesses Mrs. Charles Anderson and Mrs. Stanley Eastman. Kanawha Country Club, handicap tournament. Tuesday through Friday, luncheon and awards after play on Friday. Wednesday Meadowbrook Women's Bridge Assn., 9:30 a.m., reservations, 744-0181, Kanawha Country Club Bridge, 9:30 a.m., reservations with Mrs. M. Hamill, 1350 - Morningside Dr. Berry Hills Bridge, 9:45 a.m., reserva- . tions by noon Monday with Mrs. Leland Anderson. 342-3576 or Mrs. Milton Moorhead. 343-1040. LaLeche League of St. Albans, 10 a.m., home of Mary Katsibas. 880 Baier St., St. Albans. 722-:'540, all women interested in breastfpcJing invited. Great Kanawha Auxiliary to Post 3466, Veterans of Foreign Wars, 7:30 p.m., post home. 5301'-z MacCorkle Ave.. SE. · business meeting. St. Albans Chapter 857, Women of the Moose, Moose Home. MacCorkle Aven- How Can I? Q. How can i remove a buildpup of old wax that has accumulated on my linoleum? A. Scrub it with a solution oi two parts water and one part alcohol. Q. How can I remove perspiration stains ;. from fabrics? A. OB washables, sometimes oily dry ·- cleaning is the answer. Bat first try sprinkling water-moistened corutarch on the trea, then brushing off when it is dry. On washables, ordinary laundering is isully sufficient, but if not sponge the area with vinegar. ue, college of regents chapter night, Wilma Keener to speak, enrollment of candidates. Thursday Mount Tyler Home Demonstration Club, 10 a.m., McKinnon Church, members to bring lunch, Lesson, "Lady Beware," by Mrs. Raymond Callison. Heritage Extension Homemakers Club, 11 a.m., home of Mrs. Roy Rogers, Coal River Road. Zonta Club of Charleston, 7:30 p.m., Trinity Lutheran Church, business meeting, installation of new members. Friday Golden Age Club, 10 a.m., Salvation Army, 301 Tennessee Ave., games with prizes, door prize, business meeting, devotions, bring sandwich, coffee furnished. Sunnyside Extension Homemakers Club, 12:30 p.m., home of Mrs. J. C. Myers, 108 Third Ave., South Charleston, devotions by Mrs. Myers, lesson, "Lady Beware," by Mrs. Keith Morgan. John Brawley Auxiliary of American Legion, 2 p.m., members to meet new officers: Mary Ethel Bennett, secretary; Genevieve Temple, first vice president; Irene Sydenstricker, second vice president. Tops (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Club, 6:30 p.m., St. Albans Library, those interested in losing or maintaining weight are welcome, call 727-3159. Saturday Rhododendron Grandmothers Club, 12:30 p.m., Cutright's Cafe, Washington .Street, W., business meeting and social hour, bibs for nursing home. 908 Quarrier Open Monday Till 9 P.M. over 500 DRESSES * Special concession by manufacturer! Cottons! Sun Backs! Sleevless Sun Backs!Most shown for first Time! Special Purchase! 30%«. 50% DRESSES by Leslie Pomer and Young Viewpoint SHOW FOR FIRST TIME! Special Purchase 30% to50% OFF Cotton Shifts Special Purchase $ 19 oo were to $36.00 ALL SUMMER GARMENTS Now 30% to 50% Off · DRESSES · COATS · RAINCOATS · SPORTSWEAR · COCKTAILS · PANTSUTTS · FORMALS TERRY C10TI 45" 100% COTTON| MACHINE WASH SOLID COLORS YD. LOWEST PRICE GUARANTEE I II you can purchase the iaentical first i.u:lit» laoric Item B. any Diner retailer in Hie trade area at a lower price Piece Rj !·« I Goods Shops will cheerfully relunB me difference. g S PIECE GOODS SHOPS GIVES TOU A WRITTEN GUIIIMTEt OF LOWEST PRICES ON 1ST gUIAITT FIBIIICS! (Offer Goo* Within One Week of Purchase from Piece Cowls Shops.) KLOPMAN S 60' 100% POLYESTER SURALINE GABARDINE · SAMPLE CUTS* · MACHINE WASH DRY · UNBLEACHED MUSLIN YDS. FOR First Quality 38' Wide '°°%POlv^ '^' tsit YD. MFG.SU66. RETAIL PRICE $5.00 YD. SLIGHTLY IRREGULARS CREPE STITCH DOUBLE KNIT f 60" · 100% POLYESTER · MACHINE WASlT · lO'/z - It oz. WEIGHT 100% POLYESTER 45" WOVEN CREPE 79 NATURAL OSNABURG ·45" · 100% COTTON ROLLED ON TUBES · MACHINE WASH . REG. $3.00 45" MACHINE WASH ENTIRE STOCK PRINTS YD. 100% POLYESTER DOUBLE KNITS SAVE TO 50% YD. · S3 $4 VALUE FULL BOLTS · REGULAR STOCK · OUR EVERY DAY LOW S2.66 YD. · MFG. SUGG. RETAIL PRICE $4.00 · ALL ARE 2 3 TONES COUPON 100% S!-l! »*ii »- fOl piece shop THE, Snap MESS BtTTtt LESS ® Op«i MM. A M « ·, *M Sw. Th»nk God tor »n things, , V J

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