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5B--Aug. 6, 1972 Sunday G«MM»Matf · · Onflthm, WM» ·" · - VlftlBM \ DuPont High Counselors Due at School on Aug. 21 Mr*. James F. ChapHn 949-2641 DuPont High School counselors will be at the school and beginning Aug. 21 any new student having moved into the area or any student who has not previously registered may do so from 8:30 a.m. until 3 p.m before school opens Sept. 5. The majorette corps resumec practice sessions in July and is practicing daily, assisted by Miss Sandy Loomis, a former majorette and a student at Tech. Members of tin corps include: Becky Warner, captain; Jean Ann Fultz, assistant; Biddy Nelson, Darby Keeney, Pain Gaten, Vicky Thomas, Cindy Wilson, Sandy Boyd, Eliza beth Shelton, Sherry Chapman, Jennifer Bailey, Pam Branham; - Drum Majorette, Jill Meadows. ' Cheerleaders at DuPont High School are practicing daily from 8 a.m. until noon, with Mrs. Lou Backus, sponsor. Gayla Flinner is captain with Pam White co- captain. Other members are: Pam Wingo, Amy Mulllins, Toni Hanson, Linda Branham, Cam ille Bowe, Sherry Light. The group plans to hold several "car washes" in Kanawha City and Campbells Creek to raise funds. A drill team is being organized at the school with practice at 8 a.m., Mrs. Linda Grimmett, sponsor. Girls are being recruited for the team from grades 10 through 12. The Rev. and Mrs. Edward J. Steiriert and children, Hope and Mark, will move into the Nazarene parsonage on East 9th Street from Glendale. Mr. Steinert has been named the new minister at the Belle Church of the Nazarene and will conduct services on Sunday, 13. The for mer pastor, the Rev. James T Boshetl, ha moved to Parkers burg where he bao accepted pastorate ofaNazarene Church The Order of Rainbow for Girls will meet Wednesday a 7:3 ap. m. in the American Legion Haft, Mies Janey Teague worthy adviser, said. A m e r i c a Beauty Temp Pythian Sisters will entertain the R h o d o d e n d r o n Lodg Knights of Pythias Tuesday at p.m. with a picnic at the horn of Mr. and Mrs. John Gyt Bast Riverview Drive. The picnic is ID be held on the lawn, an inthe event of rain will moved to the American Legio Hall. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hastings Mrs. B. B. Myers, all of Eas Riverview Drive, and Mrs. Ma eel Ferrell have returned horn after visiting in Williamsburg Va. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Dougla have returned to their home on East Ninth Street after vaca tioning at Windy Hill Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Compton and ctildren, Linda and Danny of Hastings Drive are vacation ing at Holly River State Park. Mrs. Catherine Booth has returned home on East Riverview Drive from Cincinnati. She was accompanied by her mother Mrs. G. T. Pi-out of Russell, Ky Mr. and Mrs. Hector Frame have returned to their home on East DuPont Avenue after vaca tioning at Windy Hill Beach, S C Mr. and Mrs. Glen Smith and daughter, Kathy of East 12th street have vacationed at Myr- Fayette Democrats Plan for Meeting By Barbara Nelson 442-3111 Democratic delegates from the Montgomery area to the state Democratic Convention it Charleston Aug. 19 are: J. C Carson, C h a r l t o n Heights Frank A. Nowviskie, Montgomery; Ernest W. Mellow, Falls View; Wesley Boggs, Jodie Alfred F. Lynch, Boomer Frank Carson, Gauley Bridge Mrs. Lorraine Danberry, Can nelton; J. A. Master, Gauley Bridge; Mrs. Maxine O'Dell Montgomery; Mrs. Delores Bak er, Boomer; Montgomery; Lawrence Atha David Forms Smithers; Hobart Hale, Boomer Ethel L. (Midge) Crandall Gauley Bridge; J. W. Riccardi Montgomery; W. V. Smith Kimberly; Larry Losch, Chart ton Heights; William J. Lopez B o o m e r : Ernest Cincinnati Boomer; W. T. Morris, Falls View; Jay Taylor, Smithers Mary Jenkins, Kimberly; Louis Tabit, Falls View; Frank Gee Kincaid; Allen (Depot) Castle Charlton Heights; Ray A. Goforth, Charlton Heights; Betty Kessler, Montgomery; Ted Sizemore, Dixie; Sally Bickford Page; Nancy Kincaid, Kincaid A. W. Orndorff, Glen Ferris and Johnny Aiello, Smithers. Another senior lifesaving class at the Montgomery Swimming Pool has been started and persons over 16 may still join. Jo Ann Owsley is the teacher. Montgomery High School seniors may sign up for lockers from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. next Wednesday, Aug. 16. Senior portraits will also be taken at that time. At the same hours on Thursday, Aug. 17, the sophomores and juniors will be able to report, with freshmen day on Friday, Aug. 18. Eleven LPNs of Montgomery General Hospital have signed up for a Tech program which will lead to a degree of associate in nursing science. The hospital will be covering expenses. Dr. J. Edmund Welch, physical education professor at West Virginia Tech, has been appointed to the national historical ad visory committee of the American Association for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation. The committee is concerned with developing the archives center at the nati6nal office, and promoting interest in sports history. Dr. Welch has written extensively for 24 publications. Kitty Kinder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Noyes Kinder Montgomery, returns this week from six weeks in Madrid, Spain, as a member of the Foreign Study League. Miss Kinder, a MHS senior, lived with a Spanish family. Donna Moore, an alumnus of Montgomery High School and Morris Harvey College, has just graduated from Eastern Airlines Flight Attendant Training Center in Miami, Fla. She was a receptionist at the Cedar Coal Co. of Charleston before becoming a stewardess. She will fly out of Kennedy Airport in New York City. The Upper Kanawha Valley Firemen's Mutual Aid Assn. is hiding a countywide meeting at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Rand Fire Station. All area fire com panics are invited to attend. Naomi Chapter of Eastern Star will meet at 7 p.m. Monday in the Masonic Building, Mont gomery, for Grand lodge field. reports on the session in Blue- Members achieving toe Queen of the South degree are Mrs Joyce Floyd, James C. Anderson, and Andrew Haircrow Sr. Those who have reached the Amaranth degree include: Mrs Emma Carter, Mrs. Kate Oil lard, Mrs. Joyce Floyd, Mrs Lila Grooms, Mrs. Dorothy Hairston, Andrew Haircrow, Sr. and C. W. Smallwood. Glenn McCamey, manager o the W. Va. Waterworks at Oak Hill, will speak on the local water system to members of the Montgomery Rotary Club Friday noon in the Tech Center dining room. The Montgomery Lions Club will have a cookout at Hawks Nest Country Club for its ladies night program at 7 p.m. Thursday. Don Lucas, son of the Edsel Lucases of Falls View, has jusl returned from Camp where he attended the state Republican youth session as a representative of the Eisenhower ilepublican Women's Club. The Rev. William Fulks has just returned from serving on he staff at the Peterkin Church lamp at Romney for the past several weeks. A Men's Day program will ake place at 3 p.m. today at the First Baptist Church in Can- lelton where the Rev. Frank lobinson is pastor. The Rev. Phomas Murray will be guest speaker. The mortgage-burning cer- mony will occur at 6 p.in. today at the First Baptist Church in Joomer. Guest speaker is the Rev. Frank Robinson. Special music will be provided. The Montgomery City Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the city hall. The Smithers City Council meeting is to be postponed until Aug. 21. The Larry Cole Combo will (erform for the public at 8 p.m. ^riday in the Tech Center Ball- oom. EUen Kearney, guitarist and inger will star for the last time n the Coffee House Circuit from to 11 p.m. tonight in the Bears Den, Tech Center. Teresa Lucas, West Virginia ech freshman and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edsel Lucas of 'alls View, was a member of Irafting committee for the State Republican Convention t h i s weekend in Charleston. Miss Lucas was also among tose selected for the Youth /oters for Nixon, to attend the Republican National Convention in Miami. Others in the area are: James W. Hamm, son of AT. and Mrs. Julian Hamm, Gauley Bridge; Tommy Layne, son of Harvey Layne, Gauley ridge; Mark Musick, son of AT. and Mrs. Giles Musick, auley Bridge; and Debbie Jrown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ike Brown, of Oak HH1. They will depart on Aug. 18 and tie Beach, S.C. and visited rela- tivs in Fredericksburg, Va. Ohio River Festival Due Revival in Ravenswood By Loli McCum 273-4558 Plans ti» nearly completed for the revived Ohio River Fwti- val scheduled next wedwod. The first Ohio River Festival was held in Raveuwood in Sep- The weekend will open with a historical pageant, "Beautiful River," written and directed by Jean Mortoy. The whole thing extra cost. Admission to Satur- will take place on the banks o the Ohio River. This will be followed by a dance at the NYA tetnber 1W5, under the direction HaU with Rominee Ragtime Ra* of Sen. R. E. Ritchie. MEMBERS OF OHIO FESTIVAL INC. Standing, Harold Compston, Mrs. William S. Ritchie II, and Boyce; Seated, Dovenor Jarrell and Ken Rector Larry Viewers of the Ohio River Kathie Burchard; and treasur- Festival outboard races on Aug. 12 will see a ski show at no day's races, will be $1 for adults and SO cents for children under 12. The ski show by the Athens Boat and Ski Club is sponsored by R. Douglas Chapiter No. 15 Order of Eastern Star. Local groups are Involved in many ways. The Ravenwswood Jaycees and Jaycee-ettes are in charge of the Coronation Ball on Aug. 12 at which time Queen Daphne n will be crowned. The Downtown Merchants Assoc. is sponsoring the queen's float for the parade at 1 p.m. Saturday. An art show is being planned by Washington Woods Art Assoc. and will begin at 9:30 a.m Saturday on the Ore house lawn. The Ravenswood Band Boosters are sponsoring the state women's Softball tournament Friday through Monday at City Park. The Ravenswood High School Band will give a concert during the festival. The weekend will be climaxed with an appearance of the Delta Queen at 4 p.m. Sunday. At that time there will be a concert, and visitors will have the chance to go aboard. The Jackson County Young Democrats met recently and elected officers. They are: president, Shawn DeBoard; vice president, Bill Bays; secretary, er, Carrie Newton. A vacation Bible school will be held Monday to Friday at the Beech Grove United Methodist Church, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. daily. Cub Scouts Packlte of Ripley will have a swimming party August 14 at the Ripley pool. All boys 8 to 10 years old interested in Cub Scouts are invited to attend. The Ripley' High School Athletic Boosters Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Ripley High School. Officers will be elected for the coming year. Ripley f o o t b a l l players, friends, parents and others interested in the Ripley Viking football squad are scheduled to attend a party at the Ripley swimming pool from 6 to 9 p.m. Monday. The event is being sponsored by the Athletic Boosters. Skip Tilsbury, tennis pro at the Charleston Tennis Club, will give a tennis exhibition at the North Park Courts from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday. A troop of players will from play the Charleston exhibition sets. exhibition is sponsored by Ravenswood Tennis Club. club The the Physicals for the Ravenswood Red Imp Junior High football team will be held Sunday at the ligh school cafeteria. The exams will begin at 1 p.m. under the direction of Dr. David Mandry. Classes for Red Cross junior and senior lifesaving will begin at North Pool in Ravenswood at 5 p.m. Monday. Anyone 11 " rough 14 years of age who has completed the fifth grade is eligible for junior lifesaving. Persons IS years and older that have completed the ninth grade are eligible for senior lifesaving. Registration will be held at the Playground activities for next week include: Fairplain-- a pet show on Wednesday, and an all-day hay ride and picnic Thursday. Sayre--sports activities, games, special events, tournament relays, etc. from 10 a.m.--4 p.m. Saturday. Gilmore-costume party, with games, prizes and refreshments Monday; homemade ice cream Friday. Ripley: boys will take a bike hike, while girls will hike to the bakery Monday; hayride Tuesday; an all day picnic Friday. Ravenswood: pet show with prizes and ribbons Tuesday; all-day picnic closing day, Friday. Cottageville: The main activity scheduled is a wiener roast at the Millsite Roadside Park. Contributing to the final week's enjoyment will be an ice cream bike, paper masquerade parade, Sadie Hawkins Day, kin) era: 'g ift and show. queen contest, and ^tt^^ OPEN MONDAYS TILL9 NOW IN FULL SWING i i 8 GREAT STOREWIDE Huge Savings on Famous Brand Furniture such as Kroehler, White American of Hartmsville Jell City, Highland House, Lane, Gordon, Bigelow Car pet,Broyhill, Premier, Whirlpool Appiances and many, many others. This Sale is Storewide and is great in selection, great hi quality and great in savings. I % i LIVING ROOM Sofa--Traditional Green Velvet by Highland House Sofa--Lawson Quilted Print . by Highland House .· Sofa--Traditional Tapestry Print by Highland House 649.95 Sofa--Traditional Gold P. Velvet byKroeheler 449.95 Sofa--Lawson Green Herculon Matelasse by Kroehler 319.95 Sofa--Traditional Green Nylon Matelasse by Kroehler 289.95 Sofa--Early American Nylon Print J byKroehler / 379.95 j Sofa--Early American Green Herculon Plaid £ by Kroehler 319.95 Ji Sofa--Early American Tan Herculon Plaid g by Conover 379.95 "; ; Sofa--Early American Green Herculon Tweed i. byKroehler 309.95 ·: Sofa--Traditional Off Whits Matelasse g byKroehler 389.95 ; Sofa--Contemporary Melon Herculon (· byKroehler 419.95 |:- Sectional 2 PC. Contemporary linen Print § byKroehler. 599.95 :·: Sofa Chair 2 PC. Contemporary Black Vinyl/BI. *AA*t | Wh. 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Pecan byForest 449.95 Early American Maple Open Stock-- 1A(W fltf All pieces /U U /0 UlT NOW 449" 619" 599" 429" 359" 399" 249*5 299" 249 ts 249" 449*5 369*' BEDDING Sealy Mismatched Twin or full size Sealy Health Guard Twin or full size 79.95 Sealy Quilt Smooth--Complete Sets (Matt Box) Sealy Health Guard 2 PC. Set Floor Sample $30.00 off sale price 37" 59" 79" 149" CARPET--BROADLOOM INSTALLED BY THE | YARD--complete feckless installation and pad- % ding are included at these low prices Solid color cut and loop with a sculptured look. 100% nylon pile in $: Blue, Moss Gr., Saunterne, Avocado, Red, Goland and Bronze. Reg S: ".20 Installed sq. yd. $6.88 | Bigelow's Pebble Plush Nylon with textured look in choice of Nine Colon. Reg. $8.45 Installed sq. yd. $7.67 Stevens Continuous Filament Nylon Shag--Two tone or plain. Eight colors to choose from. 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Reg. $15.50 Installed sq. yd. $12.88 '''' ?*¥:::::W:W::::S^ CEDAR CHESTS Early American Maple by Lane 129.95 Early American Maple by Lane 139.95 Contemporary Walnut by Ion* (Window Seat) 119.95 Mediterranean Pecan bvLane 119.95 109" 117" 99" 99" FREE DELIVERY All Merchandise ii set up arid delivered Free in your home FREE PARKING Juit around the comer on our newly acquired lot adjoining our warehouse W. Wash, ST. of Ohio 346-0539 :::*::|vW::ft:^ l. f W' DININCROOM DINETTES Was Contemporary Dining Room 8 PC. Walnut by Consolidated 699.95 French Provincial Dining Room 8 PC. Fruitwoed by Consolidated 679.95 Mediterranean Dining Room 8 PC. Pecan by Consolidated 679.95 Early American Dining Room 7 PC. Pin* by Kineoid ." 563.85 Mediterranean Dinette S PC. Old English Oak 42" Round Ext 209.95 Early American Dinette 5 PC. Old World Map* 42" round ext · 217.50 Early American Dinette 5 PC. Dark Pine 42" round Ext , 159.50 METAL DINETTES Dinette by Doystrom ' 5Pc. Walnut Dinette by Dayrtrom 7Pc. Walnut Dinette by Daystrom 5 PC. Whit* French Prov Dinette by Daystrom 5 PC. Antique Gold Dinette by Daystrom 7 PC. Pecan-Oval Dinette by Stoneville 5 PC. Aqua . -. Dinette by Stoneville 5 PC. Pecan Oval Dinette by Daystrom 3 PC. Drop Leaf--Walnut 109.95 154.95 154.95 179.95 219.95 199.95 139.95 64.96 NOW 559" 549" 549" 479" 179" 189" 134" 89" 119" 129" 149" 169" 149" 109" 54" I I ·X' ·X* ·x* x*c APPLIANCES Whirlpool-Refrigerators, Washers, Dryers, Trash Mashers and Magic Chef Ranges REDUCED 10%. 25°/0 JUVENILE FURNITURE WAS Cribs-Full panel-Decorated- Mople or White 44.95 Cribs Early American Maple-Spindle End 79.95 Crib Mattress by Kidcraft ] Q.95 Folding High Chair by Thayer--Avocado or Chrome 19.95 NOW 33" 64" 7" 14" LIVING ROOM TABLES 20% OFF 69.95 39"i; 29"!| 139'1 24 49.95 " Mediterranean Tables--Old World or Pecan 3y Broyhill Mediterranean Commode End Table Italian Provincial Frt. Wood Cocktail and End Table Early American--Solid Cherry--3 PC. Group 1 C/T table--2 Commodes 207.40 Early American Maple-found Lamp Table 44.95 Early American Old World Maple-- «kAny «··-'·' Open stock 2070 OFFg :arly American Cherry--Door Cocktail--Door VfM5 : 3 Commode or Hexagon 104.95 If '·''·'. Contemporary Pecan Group by Hommary-- %CAf Hfr-'"" Open Stock Ij^/O VTW i? Contemporary Hexagon Commode-- * A«(£ : Walnut by Lane 79.95 49 -S Modern Group by Lane-Tortoise shell-- ««M«w 4k··:·'·' OpenStock 2070 OFF8 v\odern End Table-- ^ jk«r W Walnut--Formica 39.95 1 9 ft} BOOKCASES, WALNUT OR MAPLE 2r,3Tor36i6'6 n Reg. 69.95 to .3.95 NOW 59 K ,, 79 ,95 vS*:*:*:-:*;^^ ·k ·£

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