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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 23, 1972
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»B--July 23, 1972 Sunday Gtuett*Mail -- -ChtrlMon, w«t Vlrflnl* JACKSON Ohio River Festival Fire Department Lowers Age Limit to 18 Years By Lois McCann 273-4556 RAVENSWOOD-Plans a r e progressing for the revival o the Ohio River Festival at Rav enswood, Director Larry Boice said. The festival is scheduler for the weekend of Aug. 11-13 The last Ohio River Festiva was held in 1936. Participation of local persons and organizations is good, bul Plans Nearly Complete help is still needed in some areas. Twenty more men are er", written Jean Morely. still needed for pantomine parts in the pageant, "Beautiful Riv- and directed by Practice for the chorale reading group will be held Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church. The first riverside practice will be held in the park and marina south of Tuesday at 7:30 Ravenswood, p.m. Bob Hoffman, who is hi chage of sets, can still use volunteers in building and painting sets and props. If you are interested contact Bob at Cottageville. The festival committee hopes that groups not already involved in the festival will participate in the parade Saturday Aug. 12th. Civic groups are being urged to build floats or to decorate cars. Building a float for the Ohio River Festival might be a good trioal makeup pro]ect for youth groups. Paul day 7:30 p.m! Business School Graduate Degree Counseling Set MORGANTOWN--Counseling sessions have been scheduled for students interested in West Virginia University's new master degree program in business administration to be offered i« the Parkersburg and Wheeling areas. Counseling sessions will be held at Parkersburg Community College July 24-26, and in the Wheeling City-County Building July 31 and Aug. 1-2. Bell will act as parade marshal. All units wishing to participate should contact Bell, at 273-4244 Talent is needed for the Jackson County Junior Fair Aug. 17-20 at the new Cottageville Fairgounds. A talent contest for country and western bands will be a feature of the year's fair. The winner will be on the Roy Rogers Jr., show after being presented a prize by the star. Anyone planning to enter should contact Don Flesher, P. 0. Box 6, Ripley, W.Va. Asa Harpold, a former sheriff of Jackson County has been appointed maintenance superintendent of Jackson County highways. He succeeds Glen Mann, who is retiring from the position because of ill health. Harpold has been serving as a maintenance foreman on 1-77. The Given Ladies Aid will lave an ice cream supper Saturday, Aug. 5, on the church lot at Given beginning at 6:30 p.m. An Ice cream social will be jeld Saturday at Mount Flower School, sponsored by the Busy Four 4-H club, beginning at t p.m. The Kith 'N Hills Little Theare will begin a three-week thea- Fairplain: Tuesday at 1 pm the children will enjoy a watermelon feed. On Wednesday there will be an art show ant* contest, with red, white and blue ribbons to be awarded. A' 10 a.m. Thursday there will b- a story-telling festival. Cottageville: Monday there will be a mock track meet, with a hike scheduled for Tuesday. Other things featured through licking contest and a birthday craft featured for the party. The week will be string-along designs, in the form of mushrooms, ships, fish and flowers. workshop Tues at the Upworth The cost will be identical to all all-campus programs, $14 per credit hour and $20 for the mandatory extension fee. Bookmobile Runs Planned in Clay CLAY-Tne West Virginia Library Commission's Clay County bookmobile will visit these stops this week: Tuesday, Harrison (at forks of road), 9 to 10:30 a.m.; company stors, Dille, 11. a.m. to 1 p.m.; and Widen; YMCA parking lot, 1:30 to .1 p.m.! Thursday, Bentree, post office, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.; Bradley Field, 11 a.m. to United Methodist church in Riley. Director will be Sharon Sayre, 'airmont State College speech and drama major. All Kith 'N Hills Little Theatre workshops re open to members only. Those who attend are asked to ·ring a large mirror and an old hirt or smock to protect cloth- ill from excess makeup. The Young Democratic Clu of Jackson County will mee Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in th Appalachian Building. All Dem ocrats between the ages of and 37 are urged to attend The Ripley Area Democrat Womens Club will meet in th Dotiohew Building Thursday the week be a sucker Mrs. James F. Chaplin Phone 949-2M1 Belle Fire Department Chief, Victor Ashley, has announced that the department has voted to accept for membership men who are 18, 19, and 20 years of age, as well as t h o s e 21 and over. Applications may be obtained by contacting Ashley or any member of the department. Several members of the Fire Department are presently enrolled in a 24 hour basic firefighting course at Rand Volunteer Fke Department, taught by Belle Assistant Chief Herb Smith. Assistant Chief James Wick and Captain Jack Dearien recently attended West Virginia University State Fire School held hi Morgantown. Wick reported that the department members have devoted 872 man-hours to training during the past six months. Mayor Rudy Seacrist has an- Belle nounced committee assignments for the Bell* Town Council: Russell Casto, public safety; Ronald Surbaugh, utilities; Bill Harper, finances; Walter Cline, building and sanitation; Doyle Asbury, recreation. David Nelson was sleeted to serve on the Belle Sanitary Board beginning in July. Doyle Fidler was appointed by Mayor Seacrist to serve on the Police Civil Service Board. Garden Club on the lawns of Mrs. James Bonham and Mrs. Louis W e n d e l l of Burning Springs Road. The entire community was invited. A picnic and entertainment were furnished by the club members. Youth group members from the First Presbyterian Church of Charleston entertained w i t h gymnastics and trapeze acts. Games were arranged for the various age groups. Belle Lions Club held a dinner meeting Monday at the American Legion Hall. Speaker was Jim Wick, assistant fire chief and public relations director of the Belle Fire Department. Summertime Community Jubilee was held yesterday, sponsored by the Burning Springs tion at the Greenbrier, Whiteiand Mrs. Carolyn McCarty Sulohur Sorinas. are: Mr. and '' Joe Snodgrass, director of the Belle playground, announced results of the bicycle competition on Tuesday. Tracy Harrah, Missy Harrah, Allen Daubenspeck, Carl Thompson, Sherry Smithers, Timmy Meadows, Mark Kenney, Greta Boroff, and a tie between Beck Deardorff and Patsy Harrah, Mark Milam Andy Hall. Dances are scheduled for the next two Fridays. Returning today from the West Virginia Bankers Conven- Sulphur Springs, are: Mr. and Mrs. William H. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Herald. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Nelson. Golden Years Club of the Mount Juliet United Methodist Church will hold a picnic Tuesday. Members will meet at the church at 2:30 p.m. to leave for Hawks Nest. Each family is asked to take a picnic basket. Members desiring transportation may call Mrs. Joe Ward or Mrs. Jimmy Hicks according to Mrs. C. U. Karnes, president. Cub Scouts and their fathers attended Buckskin Webelo Council weekend at Boy Scouts 7 : 30 p.m. This will be a pla ning meeting for the picn scheduled for Sunday, Aug. 2 at the Evans Fan-ground. Activities at the county pla} grounds this week will be a f o l l o w s : Gilmore: Monda morning the children will go o an ice cream hike. Wednesda an all-day swim and picnic scheduled for the Ripley Cit Swimming Pool with transport ion provided ' Friday there by parents. will "be an 12:15 p.m.; 1:30 p.m. and Fola, 12:45 to 10 Million in Chile Pool Money SANTIAGO, population of Chile-Ov-The Chile was 10,044,944 as of June 30, the National Statistics Institute reports. 0 a morning picnic, ball game an hike over the nature trail. Ripley: Monday children wi make ice cream. This will b followed by water games at th pool. On Tuesday there will be birthday party for all childre with July birthdays. On Thurs day, an all day picnic wit games and contests is planned. Ravenswood: Children wil leave the park, Tuesday at p.m. on a hike; sack lunche will be eaten on the way. Check er tournaments will be held on Friday. Your Bridge-work^, By Jackie Wilcox The Annual KVBA Tournament begins Friday, Aug. 4 and will continue through Sunday, Aug. 6 at the Heart-0-Town Motel on Washington and Broad streets. Free refreshments will be served immediately following the game Friday night and a buffet dinner served between sessions on both Saturday and Sunday. Beautiful prizes will be presented to the over-all winners of each event. Following is the schedule of events: FRIDAY-AUG. 4th Women's Pairs, 1:30 p.m. Men's Pairs, 1:30 p.m. Mixed Pairs, 7:30 p.m. SATURDAY-AUG. 5th MONDAY July 17 BRIDGETTE CLUB 1. Tom Moore and Harry Welsch 2. Mrs. H. C. Rlley and Mrs. Tom 3. Charlotte Garret! and Mrs. J. G Miller MONDAY NIGHT DUPLICATE 1. Bob Singleton and H»rry Welscti 2. Mrs. Walter Fenstermaeher and Mrs R. E. Manchester 3. Jim Hand and Charles Gerwig WEDNESDAY July 12 WEST VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE DU PLICATE pllcau NORTH-SOUTH 1. L. E. Frailer and Charles Gerwig 2-3 T. B. Legg and C. E. Gabberf 2-3 Steve Cavender and Tom Moore EAST-WEST 1. Coy White and F. E. Baker 3. Jade Wyatt and John Cayton 3. Mrs. B. Y. Hill and 1 Roger Meadows EASY ACES NORTH-"'ITH 1. Mrs. D. B. Eakl« and Mrs. J. L. 2. Rutti Huston and Polly Melr 3. Mrs. C»rl Samples and Mr». Harry Welsch EAST-WEST 1. Ada Lively »nd Mrs. Gande* .- _ . , « ! · / · · , . ..,,! ?· Mrs - H ' c - R "oy a °d Mrs. James Open Pairs (Qualifying), l:30iMorgan 1 3. Mrs. George Woo and Mrs. A. C. Rogers THURSDAY July 13 NOVICE GAME 1-2 Charlotte Garrett and Patty Lemon 1-2 Mrs. Tom Snider and Cathy Snider 3. Mrs. L. B. Clay and Steve Cavender THURSDAY rl'GHT DUPLICATE 1. Coy While and John Cayton 2. Steve Cavender and Tom Moore FRIDAY July 14 KVBA NORTH-SOUTH t. Bill Wick, Jr. and B4II Klein 2. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Clarke X Mrs. J. P. £ngle and Wn. Kennedy 4. Mrs. J. F .Wilcox and B. Y, Hill 5. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Welsch EAST-WEST 1. Mrs. Reuben Graham and Ed Haoue 2. Mr». D. . 'Eakle and Mrs, J .L. G»rcla 3. Mrs. C. E. Crow and Bob Singleton 4. Tom Moore and Steve Ovend»r 5. Mrs. J. G. Miller and Mrs. John SATURDAY July 15 BID AND MADE NORTH-SOUTH 1. Mrs. J. P. Ene.1* and Mrs. C. E. Crow 2. Mickey Samples and Steve Cavender 3. Reubcn_ Graham and Jim Spence Y. p.m. Open Pairs (Finals), 7:30 p.m. Consolation Game, 7:30 p.m. SUNDAY-AUG. 6th Swiss Team Game: 1st Session, 1 p.m. 2nd Session (to be announced) TOURNMENT CHAIRMEN AND COMMITTEES Women's Pairs: M a r i o n Welsch, Tel, 346-3880, and Wanda Engle, 343-6247. Men's Pairs: Harry Welsch, 346-3880, and Jack Cayton, 744- 29fiO. Mixed Pairs: Ruth and Tom| G ^ e ^ Moore. 346-2023. Swiss Team: Ruth Allen, 9253230, and Hassie Eakle, 727-3231. Cochairmen: Alma Perry, Ofc. 344-1341 or Res. 346-7213 and Bill E AST WEST Wick. Jr., Ofc. 348-3616 or Res. 346-7447. If you have any questjons or if you need assistance in find- BRIDGE CALENDAR ing partners for any or all; SUNDAY *",,,,,££ ...... events please contact a member^ p.m. Y\«XA PUDHC invitee. 1. Mrs. Austin Miller arid Mrs. B, Hill 2. Mrs. Ann PglKtt »nd Mrs. D. B. Eakle 3. Russ Hennen and Lyle Gillcsple of the committee. SUNDAY NIGHT DUPLICATE NORTH-SOUTH 1. Bob Allen sod. J'nn Morrison ?. St*n Given and Jess* Stuarf i. Mrs. Ann Pollitt and Mrs. C. E. Crow 4. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Clarke i. Mrs. Tom Moore and Mrs. J. P. Engle EA5T-W6ST 1. Mm. J. L. Gurcla unr) Mrj. 0.8. Eakle 2. Ed A/.ai»r and B. Y. Hill 3. . Gumowskl and Bill Wick Jr. 5. Coy Whit* and John Cayton . . . MONDAY - Bridgetfe Club - 10:30 , m Hom( , wr» H»rry wel$cn, 901 Iwilkie Drive. Public invited WEDNESDAY -- Easy ACTS - 10:30 I a.m. Benl Kedem. Closed. ' W. v/a. state College Oupllc*!* - 7:30 'p.m. New Domltory. PuW'c Invited. l THURSDAY - Novice Game - a.m. Home of Mrv Harry Welsch. Public i j invited. ; ! Thursday nignt Duplicate -- 7:30 o.m. YWCA. Public invite* FRIDAY - KVBA - 7:1! »m. Charleston Federal Savings »nd Loan IB MB. Closed. I SATURDAY - BIO (wn» M»DE - 7-.K) Dm. Home of Mrs. Marry WeU*. SUNSHINE BRIGHT BUYS IN OUR COLORFUL SUMMER TOP i TOP VALUE I VALUE I VALUE Camp at Dilly's Mill in Pocahontas County. Attending were: Ron Hunt and son, Brent; Frank McCarty and sons, Paul, Donald, and Kenneth; Don Nichols and Donnie; Delbert Pierce and son, Jay: David McQuain, Rolf Hissom, Mike Rayburn, Mrs. Nettie Rayburn Mrs. Loweh Gillespie of East 5th Street is in San Francisco, Calif, participating in a text revision conference, conducted by Rand McNally and Company, Before returning she will visit friends in Los Angeles. Mrs. Gillespie is a science teacher at Thomas Jefferson Junior High School and has been employed as a part-time book consultant for five years. She has: participated in workshops ir*i several cities during that time. :, Women in Singapore'. Turn to 'Family PlanV : SINGAPORE (AP)--The gov: ernment reports 70 per cent of- married Singapore women 15 to' 44 years old have accepted family planning help and over 9,000 have undergone sterilization. Twin Flat or fitted Twin Flat or Fitted Layaway a supply today. Pay 25% down, balance in 60 days. CANNON ROYAL FAMILY Versailles No-iron Print in Featherlite Muslin 2 99 Full Flat or Fitted 3 99 Pillow Cases 2 49 Cannon Featherlight no-iron muslin Versailles sheets are a blend of cotton and polyester with over 130 threads per square inch. Durable Press finish eliminates ironing, stays wrinkle free, wears longer and dries faster. Pink, Blue, Yellow. CANNON ROYAL FAMILY Heavenly Daisy No-Iron Percale Prints 3 99 Full Flat or Fitted 4 99 Pillow Cases 2 1 99 Fair Polyester and cotton no-iron percale in a big.beautiful daisy print. 180 thread count. Get this in Celestial Blue, Fresh Pink, Old Gold. A luxury sheet at a special white sale price. YOU GET WHITE SALE PRICES PLUS TOP VALUE STAMPS AT COX'S CANNON* ROYAL FAMILY Cotton Terry Terry Velour Solid Print Towels Bath Towel 1 99 Hand Towel 1 29 Wash Cloth 59 Lush tone-on tone sheared terry jacquards, sun drenched floral prints, beautiful solid colors. They're big, soft and luxurious, and they will create a colorful bath "* TRRV"' TOWELS In Colorful Prints Solids 1 00 Hand Towel 59 Wash Cloth 39 Big, soft, colorful cotton terries that will give you plenty of good service. Budget priced, too. Get prints or solid colors in a good choice of colors. Fourth Floor Charleston--Cote way '-St. Albons ^;:-Nitro--Clendenin--Madison^Ravenswood--Midway Stittan r,

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