Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 30, 1972 · Page 23
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July 30, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 23

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4B--July 30, 1972 Sunday Gt ,, Ch*iTe»!on. west Vlrglnli BELLE CIVIC CLUB MEMBERS SPRUCING NYA HALL New Formica Being Put on Bar at Ravenswood JACKSON Ravenswood Civic, Garden Clubs Tie By Lois McCann " 273-4556 Two Ravenswood clubs tie for first place in the clean u contest sponsored by the Jack son County Improvement Coun cil. The Ravenswood Civic Clu! beautified the NYA Hall in Rav enswood. The NYA hall is al tached to the Ravenswood Com munity Building and is used fo dances and large meetings. The Civic Women bought ma terial and made drapes for the windows in the hall. They lai( linoleum on the serving area floor and refinished the bar with formica on top. Finally, they thoroughly cleaned the floors and removed many years accumulation of gum, etc. Club presi dent, Mrs. Wyatt Adkins, said il they won they outdoor carpet stand. hoped to pul on the band- THE WINNER was the Rav. enswood Garden Club. The area where trash cans were placec was against the buff brick wall of the Ravenswood High School. Fires often started or were started in the trash that was strewn around the cans, thus blackening the building. Garden Club Members painted a scene on the wall which encloses the cans, with the slogan "Pitch in", hoping people will take it literally and put trash where it belongs. They also painted the trash cans with bright flowers and mushrooms, to further improve the area. First prize was to be $25, but because both projects were judged excellent, the JCIC voted to award $25 to each club. A class in Red Cross junior and senior lifesaving will start Sunday Aug. 6, at 4 p.m. at the Ripley Swimming Pool. Interested persons may enroll on the day of the classes or may contact the local Red Cross office. For First Place in Cleanup Campaign room in Ripley High School. a.m. a bubble-gum slowing con- Friday at 10 a.m. and at Ripley The Kenna Playground will close and a new playground will open at Sayre School on Saturdays at 10 a.m. The Jackson County Veterans of Foreign Wars Post will hold its annual picnic at the Ravenswood City Park will be at 1 p.m. today. Lunch The Mill Creek Valley Homemakers Club will meet for its picnic at 6 p.m. Aug. 3, at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas on Maple Street, Ripley. Bruce Cunningham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wan-en Cunningham of Ripley, has been named state winner in the 4-H Field Crops Science project area and will be one of the state representatives to the National 4-H Hub Congress November. in Chicago in The L. Ray Welling family of Given, has been selected as 'Farm Family of the Year" for 972 by the Ripley unit of the Banners Home Administration. The Ripley unit consists of ackson and Wirt counties. The Celling family will compete in 6 counties in which a district winner will be selected. Five young Jackson County students have been selected to ttend the 12th annual Republi- an Camp opening today at iamp Ceasr. They are: Kathy toff, Cottageville; Judy Drake, "Ivans; Trina Blumhagan, Riley; Mark David Francis, andyville; and Jeff J. Cope, lavenswood. A horshoe pitching contest will be held in conjunction with the Ohio River Festival in Ravenswood, Aug. 11-13. Any Jackson countian is eligible to enter. Elimination trials will be held Aug. 7-10 and the tournament will take place Friday and Saturday, Aug. 10-11. Those interested in entering should contact Pete Chambers or Eugene Knowlton. The Ripley Athletic Boosters Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday at tha varsity dressing The Jackson County Junior 'air Assn. has put out a call for olunteer help and contributions on buildings being erected at the county farm at Cottageville. Director Carl Dolan said construction at includes an the farm so far all-purpose metal building, a livestock shelter and a stage. Another shelter and' a kitchen-dining hall complex are under construction. Special plans for county playgrounds this week include: Cott a g e v i l l e : a puppet show Wednesday morning, with puppets made by the children; also a treasure hunt and a watermel- lon feed. Ripley: Monday morning, softball game; Monday aft ernoon, a hike; Tuesday, Barnyard golf at 10 a.m.; and a treasure hunt Wednesday at a.m. Ravenswood: a.m. a fancy Wednesday, at 9 hand and funny knee contest; and Thursday at 9 a good INVESTMENT ISO SILVER PASSBOOK Savings Account PER ANNUM PAYABLE EVERY 4 MONTHS MINIMUM AMOUNT of $500.00 THINK ' flKT WHEN MONEY MATTERS' AND LOAN ASSOCIATION test. Fairplain: Tuesday at 10 a.m. a hobby show and a glidder contest; Wednesday, a mock track meet; Thursday, an ice cream hike; and Friday, a doll fashion show and marble tournament. Gilmore: Monday noon, a weinner roast; Tuesday, bead- craft; Thursday softball games and touch football. Girl's softball is being played on Monday and Tuesday at 10 a.m. The Jackson County Health Department will hold a food service personnel conference on Monday at 7 p.m. in the court room at Ripley. The youth of Jackson County are planning a crusade to be held Aug. 14 at the North Ravenswood United M e t h o d i s t Church, the Rev. Frank Peoples from Philippi will speak each at Ravenswood on Thursday and day at 7:30 p.m. Wonum'A Club Setting POW Bracelets; Guest Speakers Due at J udson Church By Mrs. James F. Chaplin 949-2641 Prisoner of War bracelets may be purchased from Mrs. Josephine Cobura, member ol the Belk Woman's Chib and chairman of international af- iiairs for O.pitol District, or the Air National Guard, 130th Special Operations Group. Bracelets are available in nickel-plate for $2.50 or copper for $3, honoring the man whose name is inscribed on the bracelet am including the date he was reported missing in Vietnam. I should be worn with a vow thai it will not be removed until the day the Bed Cross into Hanoi and can is allowec assure his family of his status. Bracelets are distributed by VIVA (Voices in Vital America), a nonprofit organization. Bumper stickers «md brochures are also available. Write or call the Ah- National Guard, Sgt. Danny Huffman, at 342-6194 or Mrs. Coburn, 949-3568. Beginning today and for the following two Sundays, the Belle Presbyterian Church will have guests speakers at the 11 a.m. services. J. J. Douglass of the Judson Baptist Church will speak today, Mrs. Isabelle Fowler, moderator of the Kanawha Presbytery, July 30; and the Etev. Lee J. Myers, director of Kanawha Counseling Center and elder of First Presbyterian Church, Charleston, Aug. 6. The Rev. minister of VIrs. Blevins and daughters, Es- Denver Blevins, the church, with ther Becky, spend three-week vacation at their camp in Newport, N.C. Circle 1 of the Belle PrWby- terian Church will meet ii the church at 8 p.m. Thursday with circle chairman, Mrs. Eleanor Stanley. Members of Circle are invited. will The Belle Womans Club hold its annual summer picnic for members and their families at 2 p.m. Saturday on the lawn of the woman's clubhouse, Wesi Stubb Drive. Members are to bring a covered dish. The Alice Smith Circle of the Judson Baptist Church will meet at 1 p.m. Thursday in the church. Returning horn* after attending the Supreme Assembly of Rainbow for Girls in Oklahoma City are Miss Debbie Baldwin, daughter Richard of Mr. Baldwin, Glen Thompson. and and Mrs. Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Barker lave returned to their home on West Reynolds after visiting iheir son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Steven Barker and son, Doug Austin, of Midwest City, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Price and son, Jason of East' Ninth Street, and Mrs. Price's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Limer of Kanawha City, have returned after vacationing at Myrtle Beach, S.C. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Thorn of 10th Street have returned after vacationing in Belington. They ·bo vMlwl Us father, Henry Thorn. Mr. and Mrs. Aha: Duncan of Rand attended the Baxter family minion in |f arlintoo. Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Price Jr. of Fort Worth, Texas, have been visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Price oi East Ninth Street before going Nitro Moose Lodge Plans Pot Luck Dinner The Nitro Moose Lodge will sponsor a pot luck dinner at 7 p.m. Friday at the lodge. Games will begin at 8 p.m. The lodge will hold a dance at 10 p.m. Saturday. Enrollment of new candidates will also take place at 7 p.m. Saturday and will be followed by a buffet supper. Reunions BUTLER--Coonskin P a r k , shelter 15, all day, Aug. 6. Bring own picnic basket. i * * * ANGLE! 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