Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 30, 1972 · Page 34
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July 30, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 34

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SC--July 30, 1972 'Su . . V A C A T I O N NOTES: Spending a week in the West Virginia countryside in the summertime is educa- "tional, even if you spend it painting your house. : Did you know you can catch a five-pound smallmouth bass :eaaer than you can cover plywood with one coat? That crows : caw their loudest in early morning? That there are 75003 idrops of paint to a gallon? : That dog and cat hairs aren't easily removed from porch .furniture? That a four-inch paint brush contains 11 117 bristles? :That blackberries are ripening late this year? That painting Overhanging rafters isn't fun? ' :· That it doesn't matter whether or not the fish are biting rwhen you have a paint brush in your hand? That there :*re approximately 13 million things you can do on a vacation and all of them beat whatever you do at the office? That vpaint isn't easily removed from your hah 1 ? : That Joe Clifton once cooked for 125 men at the Pardee- rCurtin Lumber Co. camp on Gauley River? That white paint :doesn't mix with green paint? That raccoons love to raid igarbage cans? That paint isn't easily removed from your fingernails? · * * * : -Paint Isn't Easily Removed From Ears · .That Joe Clifton used bacon for stovewood? That paint -brushes should be washed hi water immediately after use? That a river is superior to a swimming pool? That paint .isn't easily removed from your ears? :. That Morton's Orchard doesn't have peaches this year and /won't have apples until September? That paint is very drippy? }.That robins and groundhogs are plentiful this summer? That ;paint isn't easily removed from your shoes? I That dog days have set in? That painting door and window ; facings isn't fun? That rhododendron bloom wasn't as heavy 'this year as last? That paint isn't easily removed from your ; : shirt? That Joe Clifton baked 25 pies every day? '· That Paul Dunn goes to Sutton every Thursday? That paint :.isn't easily removed from your cap? That Wolfpen Run flows : northward? That paint should be stored in a warm place in .cold weather? That Jim Lewis' cat treed a. coon? ; That Joe Clifton once killed a blacksnake that had swallowed · a rabbit, and the rabbit wriggled out of the snake's mouth : and lived? That painting is more of an art than a science? ; That Ed Baughman saw nine deer in his meadow? That paint risn't easily removed from your socks? ·Paint Isn't Easily Removed From Neck : That the old saying, "fog on the hill brings water to the ·.mill" isn't necessarily so? That white paint doesn't look good ·.on a redwood deck? That Ed Baughman got only 300 bales of i.hay on his first cutting this spring, compared to more than ·'400 last spring? That paint 'isn't easily removed from your jsocks? :-. That latex paint will dry within an hour? That Joe Clifton fbaked 40 loaves of bread every other morning? That wasps ·do not appreciate having their nests torn down by painters? ·That Unc Gibson has gone into "the store business? ; That paint isn't easily removed from your pants? That :Bernice Dunn is publishing a book of her poem's? That paint ·should be lightly thinned with water before being applied to : cinderblocks? That Gladys Hundley ran out of coal this spring? -That Joe Clifton started painting professionally in 1929? r That Merle Truman's husband, Harry, was often mistaken : for the former president? That Oma Clifton bakes delicious 'blackberry cobblers? That paint isn't easily removed from iyour neck? That there is a 200-year-old house at Bulltown? "That Joe Clifton once cooked for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad? ] That paint isn't easily removed from your pants? That · Aubrey Harris has pretty fences around his home? That Joe : Clifton used 300 gallons of paint on the inside of a Charleston : church? ; * * * -.Paint Isn't Easily Removed From Eyelids '. That you're doing something wrong when paint begins to drip off your elbows? That Orva Johnston has the cleanest garden on Long Run? That paint isn't easily removed from ; your elbows? That Jo« Clifton cooked for Uncle Mander : Hamric's hotel in Sutton? : That French Collison's pony escaped? That Steve Browning :and Jerry Coen rode horses from Keener's Ridge to Herold? _That ladders and painting are inseparable? That smallmouth "bass often travel in pairs? That Joe Clifton can play the guitar? That ladders should be set firmly in place before climbing them? That falling off a ladder with a bucket of paint in your hand is a messy · experience? That Joe Clifton says the old wood hicks of his ; acquaintance were among the nicest people he ever met? : That paint isn't easily removed from your eyelishes? That Ben Harris is on vacation? That Mabel Lloyd received "an order from a Sutton woman for 40 gallons of blackberries? "That paint isn't easily removed from your eyelashes? :your eyebrows? : That Joe Clifton will not let anyone else paint from his : bucket? That Mike Murphy is a good Softball player? That . Joe Clifton can yodel? That paint isn't easily removed from your eyebrows? That paint isn't easily removed? Rollyson, Miller Favored In Tennis Inc. Tourney R.USS and Tern Mill- Edith Ann Faulkner; Holll Burlinsh«m« ana iem mm vs Lynn Byard . Lynn Wa{ ^ n vs . jm Kelly. lo-and-under bays--Pat Walker vs. Richard Dyerlle. 11:15 a.m.: 10-and-under--Jeff Skeent vs. Randy Rice; John Musser vs. Mike vs. Perry Harris; Jimmy Robson 14-«nd-und«r--Debbie Boags. r er are the top seeds in the 18-and-under bracket for the ^Tennis Inc. Tournament which ·'opens Monday. : Other top seeds in the girls ^vision include Debbie Goad in "i* :l4-and-under; Dindy Fish in 12- ' : and-under and Michelle Crist in 10-and-under. Kenny Mullins is the top seed In the 16-and-under boys while Scott Shores heads toe l£«d- , 6 . and . under _ Msureen Kenney Under. Marshall Kaiser UlC ll- vs . geth Paulin. IS-and-under--Robbie ,«j ..^A^r. *nA n/vm-ir Itaff tho Carmlchael vs. Rita Damous; Patty Fazand-under and Dorry SKati ine, lo v$ Julie 6umow , k , ; Jin , ,,*,,,,, VI . 10-and-Under. I Nancy Robertson, vs. Sandy Stennett; Jill Kelly vs. Julie ticcarello. 14-and-under--Kevin Keys vs. David Dodd, Yaacov Pushkin vs. Matt Crist; Robert Garner vs. Matthew Woo 10-15 a m · 10-and-under--Michel I* Crist Kelly; Debbie Land vs. Lynn Washing' ton; Cathy Mullins vs. Hilary Ruth Hemlepp; Donna Nutter vs. Lynn Cumowskl. 1:45 p.m.: H-ind-under--Satherine Swlnt vs. Wendy Francke; Lisa Lynch vs. Cindy Fish. 16-and-under--Terry Miller vs. Lynde Nutter; Gary Martin vs. Kim Bohnert; Elizabeth Anderson vs. Debbie Browning. vs 'Cathy Crews; Madhu Bhasln vs State Softball Begins Aug. 18 : State soft.ball tournaments-- slohr pitch and fast pitch--will begin Aug. 18. The state slolw pitch tourna- Peoples Bank Plans Slow-Pitch Tourney POINT PLEASANT-The Peoples Bank of Point Pleasant will sponsor a slow-pitch softball tournament here Aug. 4, 5 and 6. Entry fee for the double eiimi- natin tournament is $30 with trophies going to the first, second and third place teams. Tro- ment will be played at North phies also will be presented to Charleston and will run through Aug. 21. The state fast pitch is scheduled at Parkersburg and goes through Aug. 20. The national Church tournament is scheduled Sept. 14 at Columbus, Ga. 3964. the player with the most hits and most home runs and 20 individual trophies will be awarded to the championship team. To enter call 675-1121 or 675- Sullivan of Auburn Is All-Stars' MVP held the Super Bowl cham- 1009 to a field goal until Craig torton replaced Staubtch in te second quarter aw! hit Ron alters with a touchdown pass. Morton found speedster Bob aynes alone in the end zone ia HS third stanza for another owboy six-pointer and Dallas CHICAGO (AP) - Pat Sullivan, the Heisman Trophy winner from Auburn, was named Saturday most valuable player for the College All-Stars in Friday's 39th renewal of the midsummer football classic at Soldier Field. S u l l i v a n , a quarterback drafted by the Atlanta Falcons, was the overwhelming pick of sportswriters and broadcasters who reported the game, won handily by the Super Bowl champion Dallas Cowboys, 20-7. It was Sullivan's last quarter performance, pitching the Stars on an 80-yard drive that resulted in their only score, that won him MVP honors captured last year by Richie Harris, a d e f e n s i v e lineman from Grambling who played 1 with Philadelphia of the NFL in 1971. Tagge Was Starter Sullivan was held out of ac- ion the first three quarters as Job Devaney, the Nebraska coach who guided the Stars, chose to go with his own quarterback, Jerry Tagge. When Sullivan entered the game, he completed five of eight passes and moved the Itars to the 1-yard line where H o u s t o n ' s Bob Newhouse cracked over for the touchdown. 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