Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 13, 1976 · Page 15
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 15

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 13, 1976
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ISA -June 13, 1976 Sundav Gazette-Mail .. CfwieiTon. west Virginia-- Contini Powell Allied Artists Show Opening Is Scheduled The 45th annual exhibit of Allied Artists of \Vest Virginia will open next Sunday at the Charleston Art Gallery of Sunrise. Of the 215 works which were submitted. 80 were chosen by Virgil Contini. professor, and Edward C. Powell,assistant professor, both of the University of Pitts- b u r g h , and by Douglas , P i c k r i n g , professor at I Carneigie-Mellon Institute. The same three also ! c o n s t i t u t e d the award ! jury. In addition to the six standard classifications with prizes in each, oil. J. watercolor. mixed me| | dia. prints and drawings. ""* c r a f t s and s c u l p t u r e . egory on the Bicentennial theme "This is My America." Opening the same day is an exhibit of p a i n t i n g s by Peter Hoss of Cohasset. Mass.. whose works were displayed here in 1970 at Appalachian Corridors No. 2. Allied Artists and also at the Mainstreams exhibit in Marietta. Ohio. At Library Among the books received last week at the Kanawha County Public Library: Adult Fiction--Parry, The Supernatural Solution. Adult Nonfiction-Bannister. Bookbinding as a Handcraft; Bishop. New Discoveries in American Quilts; Bush. Gallipoli; Congressional Quarterly, Inc.. Candidates 76 Timely Reports . . .; Congressional Quarterly INC., Inside Congress; Duska, Moral Development; Finnie, Handly the Young Cerebral Palsied Child at Home; Frederick. 100 Great Garden Plants; Gascoigne. Castles of Britain; Golan. The Secret Conversations of Henry Kissinger; Hasenau. Travel by Charter; Heffern. The Complete Book of Ginseng: Heraldson. Creators of Life; Hope, A River for the Living: Kopp, American Hooked and Sewn Rugs: Lewis. West V i r g i n i a P i l g r i m ; May. The Making of the Monroe Doctrine: Paddock. Time of Famines: Paysan. Guide to Aquarium Fishes; Rifkind. Mansions. Mills and Main Streets: Roe. The Whole T r u t h About Economy D r i v i n g ; Scharff. The Complete Book of Home Remodeling: Schiff, The Biggest Con: Shapiro. Trusting Yourself; West. The Woman Said Yes. R e f e r e n c e -- T h e C o n d i t i o n of E d u c a tion: Congressional Quarterly Inc., Candidates 76 Timely Reports . . .": Haller. The Book Collector's Fact Book; Johnsguard. Waterful of North America: Lewis, West Virginia Pilgrim: The People's Almanac; U.S. Administration of Aging, Annual Report. Blake Gets Broadcasting Authority Post The Asfocinled I'res. Frank Blake, executive secretary of the West Virginia Educational Broadcasting Authority, has been elected to the Eastern E d u c a t i o n a l N e t w o r k ( E E N ' i Board of Trustees. The EEN consists of more than 30 public broadcasting television stations stretching from Beekley and Huntington in West Virginia to Maine. Blake was elected to represent the state e d u c a t i o n a l b r o a d c a s t i n g a g e n c i e s or state departments of education of seven states: Maryland. Virginia . Pennsylvania. Connecticut. Massachusetts, Maine, and West Virginia. Methodist Membership Continues to Drop BUCKHANNON. W.Va. i A P ) - Membership in the United Methodist churches of West Virginia continued to decline in the past year, according to the churches' annual statistical summary released Friday. M e m b e r s h i p in churches of the West Virginia Conference dropped by 4,221 persons to a total of 180.805 members. The c o n f e r e n c e , as of December 31, 1975, had 594 pastoral charges, a decrease of three from a year ago, and 1.570 local churches, a decrease of 19. THE LARGEST HOME FURNISHING CENTER INW.VA.. S 2,000,000.00 INVENTORY FOR INSTANT DELIVERY. BIGGEST SELECTION OF NATIONAL BRANDS IN W.VA.. THE GREATEST RETAIL VOLUME SOLD IN W.VA.. CONSISTENTLY THE LOWEST PRICES AND BEST VALUE I NTH ESTATE. 48" padded bar complete with two foam topped bar stools. Available in b l a c k v i n y l w i t h walnut finish trim. *£t*3 Ovs?r-' ·£S$Ste5i f 2%%$3 : %i ^TSBSiiiM MEDITERRANEAN FASTER BEDROOM Deep toned pecan fin- i s h a c c e n t e d w i t h heavy brass hardware. Huge 62" triple dresser, mirror, headboard and chest. Only... iff 4" FROM THE WALL We've lowered the price l o r F a t h e r ' s Day. T h i s f a m o u s STRATOLOUNGER hugs the v/all and is upholstered in long v/earing washable H E R C U L O N . A r m covers of course. \ ; · · ' / \ r -' : -\. ·/"v*'i/ 'v - V\ h · * *-'?·*' , i ^:r^i;:%,/;i,':;..%. V.... 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Mobilibrary to Carry- Program From Sunrise The Kanawha County Public Library Mobilibrary will carry the Children's Museum of Sunrise's program to Big Chimney School and the North Charleston Recreation Center on Wednesday. The program at Big Chimney will begin \at 10:30 a.m. The vrogram at the recreation center will begin at 2:30 p.m. SIX WAYS TO BUY AT FAD · CASH · «Wfc · REVOtWHG CKJRtt CHAM · UYAWW · BAMAMERJCARD » C.O.D. DUNBAR SHOWCASE Charles Ave. Open Weekdays 10 to 9 CHARLESTON STORE 811Va.St.W. By West Side Underpass Weekdays 10 to 8 IfM/TM 'mm. Both Stores Sat. 9 to 6 Sun. 1 to 6

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