Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 6, 1972 · Page 22
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 22

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 6, 1972
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2B--Aug. 6, 1972 BUSINESS Sunday Ga*ett**Mail -Chirlftton, W«*t Vlr«M«_ Hurricane Man Awarded Nu'Sash Sales Citation Nu-Sash of Charleston has given its second-highest achievement award for sales to Louis Femia of Hurricane, who joined the company a year ago. Femia was cited for achieving a sales volume of $125,000, says Claris Holland, regional manager. The company's highest award is for sales of $200,000 or more. Femia and his wife, the former Elizabeth Kay Parsons o Gauley Bridge, are parents o Mark, 3V4, and Gregory, two- months old. The family lives a 413 Circle Dr., Hurricane. Nu-Sash of Charleston em ploys 14 salesmen, six installers and four office girls. The office was established here in 1966. LAWNMOWER CLEARANCE ( \ Donald E. Neuhouser has been named product manager FEMIA for Ensign Electric Division of Harvey Hubbell and will maintain offices at division headquarters in Huntington. Hubbell is based in Bridgeport, Conn. The company manufactures electrical power distribution products, motor control apparatus, connectors and other equipment used largely for mining applications. HOLLAND Two former Kanawha Valle residents have been honored b the UP John Co., pharmaceut cal chemical manufacturer i Kalamazoo, Mich., for outstand ing contributions to the compa ny's research and developmen programs. They are Dr. Michael K Bach, former Carbide chemis icre, and Dr. E. Myles Glenn, a jiochemist and son of Arthur E Glenn of Hugheston. Each belongs to what the company calls its "key scientist" list. RUGG ROTARY MOWERS Reg. $79.95 Joe B. Holland of South Charleston has been elected secretary-treasurer of the West Virginia Automobile Dealers Assn. President is Charles D Ellison Jr. of Clarksburg, 'other officers are George R. Evans of Bluefield, vice president of Region 3, C. K. Black of Huntington, first vice president; Harvey Shreve of St. Albans, vice president of Region 2, and Kent Parsons of Martinsburg, vice president of Region 1. Pryco, Inc., a dealer here in educational products, has bee appointed by Responsive Env i r o n m e n t s Corp., Englewooc Cliffs, N.J., to market and serv ice Responsive'! innovative line of teaching aids in West Virgin ia, says Arthur G. Braun, exec utive vice president and genera manager of Pryco. Aids include the "voice mir ror," an instant audio playbac and re-recording device with wide range of learning applica tions, Braun adds. They includ reading, speech therapy am language development. The Charleston Convention and Tourism Department of the Charleston Area Chamber o Commerce is bidding for the Governor's Travel Conference to be held here. The conference has never wen held in Charleston, says Frank G. Sohn, chamber execu- ive vice president. If Charleson is successful in getting the conference, it could mean upwards of $35,000 being spent in he area during the two-day meeting by over 400 delegates. The Allegheny Commuter car- ied 1,524 passengers on flights retween Charleston, Washing- on, Elkins, Clarksburg and 'ittsburgh during June, a gain f 142 per cent over the figure or the month a year ago, the ompany reports. The figure in une, 1971, was 629. ELLISON Commuter service is proj by AeroMech, Inc., of ( burg under contract agre with Allegheny Airlines. A new feeder breaker ·( designed to handle a greater lari- ety of material breaking:1re- quirements in underground sin- ing is being offered by Long* dox Co. in Oak Hill. The new model by the con ny is designed with a hydra conveyor drive and a high ,, sepower rotary pick breaker maximum efficiency in ma breakage, officials say. West Virginia has been allotti 50 cases of Yellowstone Bourb commemorating the 100th versary of Yellowstone Nations n ark which was set aside b 'resident Grant as the nation'! irst. The ivory bottle illustrates a our color reproduction of "Old Faithful" and has the commem- rative date of 1872-1972 in gold, ays Frederick J. Burghard Jr., marketing, director of Yellow- tone. Included with each bottle s a special folder indicating the united edition. 59 95 3 H.P. Briggi Straiten, 4 cyelt ·ngint. «my-ipin recoil (tartar with virtical pull, heavy-duty ttttt housing, lid* discharge with lull bafflM and wheel padi. Automatic individual quick whMl adjUftriMnt, 154" to 3" cut. MuM folding handlt--W cut. Graft catcher available. The mower buy of the teotonl OTHER MODELS PRICED FOR CLEARANCE Reg. $64.95 Fourth Floor Theater Group Is Offering Tower Play' Morris Harvey College summer theater workshop will present "Power Play," a collection of monologues, sketches and musical numbers about various minority groups, at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in a tent on the college campus. Barry Steinman, director of the Kmawha Players, is directing the performance. The tent will be located outside Riggleman Hall. Ther* will be no admission charge, but donations will be accepted. Study Says Girls Smoke About as Much as Bo "NEVER BEFORE AND MORE" SALE-SAVE UP TO 20% ON MAGNIFICENT Pennsylvania House ys WASHINGTON wi-- A nation al survey released Saturda' shows that girls between the ages of 12 and 17 are regularlj smoking cigarettes almost as much as boys in the same age span. Chilton Research Services, which conducted the survey for he National Clearinghouse for Smoking and Health, said that, n 1969,11.5 per cent of the boys in the age group were regular mokers compared to 6.2 of the {iris. But in 1972, boy smokers nched up to 12.8 per cent and girls jumped to 11.3 per cent. In the 1972 survey, the re- earch service conducted long- istance interviews with 2,790 Reunions VIA--10 a.m. Aug. 27, Glenwood Park near Princeton. boys and .girls from 12 through 18, or approximately 200 interviews per age and sex category. Respondents were classified by smoking status to: never smoked; experimenter; ex- smoker; c u r r e n t occasional smokers; and current regular smoker. The biggest male group was :he 74.1 per cent who never smoked or experimented only. In 1968, however, 77 per cent of the respondents were in this category. Among girls, 81.7 per cent said they had never smoked or only experimented compared with 86.8 per cent in 1968. . . Among ex-smokers, the num her of boys jumped from 5.9 per cent in 1968 to 9.2 per cent in 1972, while in 1968 3.1 per cent of the girls said they were ex- smokers as compared with 4.7 per cent in 1972. Haie You Ever Been So Tempted? We have never before offered such a variety of beautiful furniture, or given you so much valuejforyour dollar! The groups shown are just a Cample. Eleganicherry bedrooms, dining rooms, and occasional tables--rustic pine dining rooms --custom upholstery and sleepers in your i choice of decorator fabrics, all at fantastic savings. V · Come in today and take advantage of our really storewide sale-accessories, lamps, carpeting and bedding, too, are offered at these "Never Before Sale" prices. FURNITURE--Fourth Floor A U G U S T Ont hour at Painter's Lot with $2.00 purchase. J. P. STEVENS AND WAMSUTTA SHEETS J. P. STEVENS PIRCAlE-50% cotton,50% polyester, perma-press Twin Flat 72"xl04" 5.99 4,49 Twin Fitted · 5 99 4*40 Full Flat 81"xl04" ."!!!!!.'!!"!."! 6.99 5.*49 Full Fitted . .' 6 99 r\g Queen 90"xl 15" I .".'!.'."!.".* 8.50 7.*49 Queen Fitted 8 50 7 44 Kingl08"x115" .'!.'!.'.'!.'!".'!'11J50 9.*50 Standard Pillow Cases , ·. 3 78 2 99 King, Queen 393 3*49 Available in these patterns: Fern, Canterbury, Mixed Bouquet, Juliet Stripe, Chelsea, Elegante, Lausanne. Wamsutta Supercale Plain Hem Twin Flat Fitted 5.95 3,95 Full Flat Fitted '..'.'.'.'.'. 6.95 4 Queen 9.95 7.95 Kma 14.50 12.50 Pillow Cases Standard 3.80 3.00 Scallop Hem Twin Fitted and Flat 7 45 5^45 Full Fitted and Flat o V. A' f..,, _ · O.fJ V.I Pillow Cases 4 40 3 SHEETS, Third Floor J. P. STEVENS AND WAMSUTTA SUPER-THIRSTY TOWELS J.P.STEVENS I Bath Towel 2.50 Hand Towel ] $0 WashCloth '/. ^75 ' Stevens Nocturne or Mixed Bouquet J. P. STEVENS CRANDVELOUR Bath Towel 3 50 Hand Towel 2.00 WashCloth .... ....... .80 Finger Tip 99 Wantsuf la Towels 2.00 1.40 .60 2.50 1.80 .70 .80 Schiffilli Embroidery Bath Towel , 2.50 2.00 Hand Towel .-.. 150 I.JO Wash Cloth ; 70 .60 Matching Bath Mat 4.50 3.50 Towels. Third Floor Famous KentfaR-Tea Towels^ 100% Cotton-Fringed-soft absorbent 18"x30". White with Stripes. 'S/JJOO TOWELS, Third Floor SPORTS FANS! Don't look now, but the fall sports season is just around the corner. Quicker than you can say "punt or pass," it will be time for the area's high schools and colleges, West Virginia and Marshall universities to take to the field to l 'fight,fight, fight"for,the glory of old alma mater. But, like they say, you can't tell the players without a program. So your Sunday Gazette-Mail is planning one of the best programs you ever saw--complete with photographs of all the area's high school, college, and university football teams, vital statistics, and all the facts and figures you want to know. This special section is designed for the sports fans, but it a l s o will give m e r c h a n t s and businessmen a chance to make a few points through their advertising messages. Look for the Sunday Gazette-Mail Football 72 section on Sunday, September 3 and be rsady to root, root, root for the home team. Rah! Rah! Rah! COMING SOON the -MAII

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