Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 6, 1976 · Page 9
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 9

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 6, 1976
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9A --June 6. 1976 Sunday Gazette-Mail Char:«!on, V.'est Virginia Youth Camp A p p l i c a t i o n s Available The Upper Kanawha Valley Improvement Council is accepting applications for 250 low income persons to enroll in its summer youth camp. The first camp session will be June 13-18 and will be at Washington Carver Camp at Clifftop. This session will be for those between ages 8 and 11. The second session will be June 20-25 also at Carver and will be for those between ages 11 and 14. Transportation will be provided by the council and youngsters will be given"S2.50 spending money. The council is also sponsoring two day camps, one July 26-30 at Eskdale for those between ages 8 and 14 who live on the south side of Kanawha River. The second one will be at Blakeley Aug. 2-6 for those between ages 8 and 14 who live on the north side of Kanawha River. Lon Kinder, executive director of the council, said persons desiring further information, should contact the council offices at 949-1271 or 442-4756. J. Michael Marcum. son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Marcum of 727 Drew St.. St. Albans, has been awarded a doctor of philosophy degree in molecular biology at the University of Wisconsin. He plans to work at the University of Texas School of Medicine in Galveston. Bids Accepted For Post Office At Blue Creek Charleston Postmaster George E. Wright announced Saturday that bids are being accepted for operation of a community post office to be located at Blue Creek! The post office will replace the existing postal facility and will provide the same level of service more efficiently, Wright said. "A community post office is normally operated in conjunction with an existing business in the community," he added. "This concept of postal service has become more economically feasible than operation of an independent post office due to continued increase in expense of maintaining a postal facility." Bid forms and information are available at the Blue Creek Post Office, Wright continued, and bids must be submitted no later than 10 a.m. June 18. Any questions concerning this proposed change should be directed to: Manager, Customer Services, U.S. Post Office, Charleston. W.Va. 25301. 900 Virginia St. East Shop Monday 'til 9 Tuesday-Saturday 't i! 5 Interior Design and Decorating Phoneo45-l 130 BOLL FURNITURE'S ERY SALE! Beautiful window treatments do make a difference! Imagine new custom-designed draperies for your home. Save 20% on beautiful decorator fabrics! Custom-made draperies give comfortable protection and elegant beauty to your home. At Boll Furniture we've arranged for you to purchase new draperies at savings of 20'; on decorator fabrics. Several of our leading suppliers have- agreed to help us supply your fabrics at special prices now during the off-season. Choose your favorites from over 900 different fabrics in every color imaginable . . . antique satins, casements, prints and sheers, all quality materials, from $3.00 to over $30. per yard. Our designers will assist you with selection, measurements and decorating plans. You'll have draperies created especially for you. Save 20 f V during Boll Furniture's Summer Drapery Sale. Shop early to allow time for careful selection and design. Sale ends Saturday, June 19. Rolls-Royce and Tag Galyean were both born in 1904 It has taken seventy-two years C.S. ROLLS T.A. GALYEAN F.D. ROYCE for the efforts of these three men to be joined to bring you at mooo on display Monday June 7th Tag Galyean Rolls Royce Salon o J J HEART 0' TOWN MOTOR INN CHARLESTON, \\ EST VIRGINIA TELEPHONE 304/344-1776,

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