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

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 27, 1975
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SC -July 27,1975 How to BUY , Gasoline Prices On Rise By Sidney Margolius Coa.tu.mer Expert for Sunday Gazette-Mail WASHINGTON - High food prices, now rising again, continue to be the working family's main problem this summer. Even the hope that food prices will drop this fall has diminshed as the result of new grain purchases by the Russians. Prices of wheat, corn and soybeans all have jumped in recent weeks. In just one week in mid-July wheat went from $3.05 a bushel to $3.70. soybeans from ?5.18 to ?5.65. Wholesale prices of sugar, which recently have declined, went up twice in one recent week. The main effects on vou will be that bread prices may rise again after the recent small price cuts of typically 2e a pound, and meat and poultry now sporting high tags, probably won't drop as much ·this fall as had been expected. * * * ANOTHER SQUEEZE on moderate families is the new increase on gasoline this summer and the prospects for still higher prices. Gasoline now costs close to 60c a gallon in most towns; even more in some of the larger cities. August is a month of home furnishing sales, giving you a chance to buy furniture, bedding, rugs, linens and curtains and drapes at reduced prices. Rugs and carpets: Carpeting made of Kathv Moore. Dana Haynes Wed «.' ' *-· MRS. D.L. HAYNES . . . former Kathy Moore Miss Kathy Sue Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Moore, became the bride of Dana Lee Haynes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Haynes, all of Kanawha Two Mile, on Saturday in Tuppers Valley Baptist Church. The Rev. Herman Gandee officiated and music was provided by Barbara Haynes and Janet Clendenin. The bride was given in marriage by her brother. Pam Barrett was maid of honor and Missy Koontz was flowergirl. The bridegroom's brother, Dale Haynes, was best man. * * * FOLLOWING A reception at the Haynes home, the couple left for a wedding trip to Pipestem State Park. They will live at Kanawha Two Mile. Mrs. Haynes will graduate in the fall from American School. Her husband graduated from Sissonville High School and attended college for two years. synthetic fibers is one product that has gone up very little in the past ten years. Still, women often voice concern over carpeting they bought, mainly because they have been led to expect too much, or they bought an unsuitable weave or color. Some complain that the pattern of polypropolene. rugs may become crushed and "walked out": that plush pile carpeting doesn't have uniform shading; that textured-loop carpeting looks dirty after a while even though it may last for years. The real problem is that if you look for unusual decorating interests or appearance, you may have to accept certain disadvantages including extra work and cleaning. In general, deep pile and shag rugs give long wear but are harder to clean because of imbedded dirt. Sculptured or carved-pile rugs also are harder to clean than level pile. Fringed rugs also can cause a little more work if you use a power nozzle since the high suction pulls the fringe into the brushes. A room-size rug costs least since it doesn't involve the extra yardage in insulation needed for wall-to-wall carpeting. A "room-fit" carpet costs more than a room-size rug since the "room-fit" carpt- ing covers most of the floor space. But "room-fit" is not permanently attached to the floor, and so provides more flexibility to use than wall-to-wall * » * A ROOM-SIZE rug can, of course, be shifted into equalized wear. This is especially helpful in a room that serves as a traffic lane or one with a TV set. Rugs also can be sent out for cleaning to the plant, which is usually more effective than cleaning on the floor. Room-fit carpeting also can be sent out for plant cleaning, and shifted around to equalize wear, but not if it has been cut to follow indentations in the wall. Authorities around the country have been cracking down on some of the high pressure selling tactics used by some rug dealers. In a typical case, a Federal Trade Commission judge criticized a dealer for advertising "3 rooms quality wall-to-wall nylon pile carpet for $109." The judge said that the carpeting was of "poor appearance and condition" and really was used to trade up customers to more expensive carpeting. Significantly, the advertised carpeting was available in only 2 to 4 colors, while other carpets shown by the salesman came in 6 or 7. Another trick this dealer and others have used is to advertise prices by the square foot instead of by the square yard usually used in carpet advertising. As we warned before, there are nine square feet in a square yard. If an ad says a $1.50 a square foot, the real cost per square yard comes to $13.50. Jane Trowbridge Is Married Pantskirt for Everywhere I I Married Saturday morning at St. Mark's Episcopal Church by the Rev. Harold N. White and the Rev. Peter A. Schoew were Miss Jane Trowbridge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Troy D. Trowbridge, and David John Zdrojewski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene M. Zdrojewski, all of St. Albans. Mary Jo Austin of Lexington S.C., cousin of the bride, was the organist, the bride was given in marriage by her father, and a breakfast followed at the church. * * * MRS. DEBORAH Trowbridge of Cincinnati, Ohio, sister-in-law of the bride, Fawney McCallister and Lee Ann Taylor, both of St. Albans, were the bridesmaids. Robert Zdrojewski was his brother's best man and ushers were Eugene Zdrojewski, another brother, and Lewis E. Trowbridge, brother of the bride. The couple will reside in Morgantown where they are students at West Virginia University. He belongs to Sigma Nu Fraternity and both are graduates of St. Albans High School. MRS. D. J. ZDROJEWSKI . . . former Jane Trowbridge Patti Snowden Wed on Saturday Miss Patti Lynn Snowden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Snowden of 4801 Country Club Blvd., became the bride of Paul Leslie Tyler, son of Mr. and Mrs. T.T. Tyler of Frame, at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday in St. Paul Methodist Church in South Charleston. The Rev. Arnold Belcher performed the open-church wedding and music was provided by Brady Adkins. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Charolete Delane Nida was maid of honor, Lori Ann Tyler, niece of the bridegroom, was flowergirl, and P.W. Strickland was ringbearer. * * * RONNIE STRICKLAND served as best man. Eddie Snowden and John Tyler were ushers. A reception was held at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Tyler are living in Beckley. They are graduates of South Charleston High School. She is employed by Sahley Key Market and he is employed by the 7-Eleven Food Store in Beckley. MRS. P.L. TYLER . . .former Patti Snowden PRINTED PATTERN THE PANTSKIRT IS COMFORTABLE, CASUAL, NEWEST FOR CITY TO SUBURBS TO CAMPUS. Team it with an easy shirt-jacket and you have a smart suit. John Lench designed this lively pair for his Signature Collection. . As an alternative choice, sew another version of the top in a thin jersey or cotton, with short or long sleeves, to wear tucked inside the pantskirt. Print. ed pattern M352 is a great trans-season outfit in cotton blends or polyester . knits; for late fall, consider a medium- weight wool check, tweed or plaid. '. Wear it for work, weekends, bike-riding, walking. Saturday shopping, everything. Printed Patttern M352 is available in Misses' Sizes 8. 10, 12. 14. 16. 18. Size · 12 (bust 34) pantskirt requires 1% ' yards 60-inch fabric: shirt-jacket requires l 7 /s yards. Please send $1.25 for Printed Pattern - M352 to Sunday Gazette-Mail Pattern Department. P.O. Box 59. Old Chelsea Station. New York. N.Y. 10011. (Add 25c for each patttern for First Class Mail and Special handling.) Please Print plainly YOUR NAME. ADDRESS with ZIP. STYLE NUMBER and SIZE. THE TOP DESIGNERS OF 1975 - Calvin Klein, Diane von Furstenberg, Mr. Blackwell, Adri and many, many more -- are all in our exciting, new 1975 PROMINENT DESIGNER BOOK! Use 50? free coupon inside toward any $1.25 pattern of your choice. See and sew the newest pant put-togethers, skirts, jackets, tops, jumpers, dresses. Misses. Half Sizes. Send 50$ now for Book 30. SEW + KNIT BOOK INCLUDES BASIC TISSUE PATTERN adjustable for Sizes 10-20, 40, 42. Sew a complete wardrobe -- dresses, gowns, blouses, skirts, jackets, more! Then, go on to knit another complete wardrobe. Hurry, send $1.25 now. INSTANT FASHION BOOK! Learn to look beautifully dressed on the smallest budget, to choose the right lines for your figure. 128 pages, hundreds of picture ideas. Send $1.00. INSTANT SEWING BOOK teaches you how to sew it today so you can wear it tomorrow. Quick, professional techniques. Sl.OO. /Veil Week -- Watch for a Prominent Designer Pattern by Haricyn. *^JS* ^idesete* dt0 orns TaketheNestea'Pkingp f I 4 .44/* I *-J sr--.'-» ' -^ for about Waglass, At about T.-C ptr 8-02. s Nostea is a pretty xx\ huv. At 20C off. it's a steal. Use the store coupon in your Chorleston Newspopers BARBECUE WESTERN STYLE Western Burgers! A sure-fire way to perk up your family's appetite. Economical, too. Start with Heinz Barbecue Sauce. It's plenty rich and tangy by itself. But blend in chopped onions and mustard, and it'll make those sizzling burgers downright irresistible. B1 _ Grill 'em up soon! ft'^CT* SAVE 7 use the store coupon in the. Gazette and Daily Mail Buy 2 packages MAZOLA MARGARINE and SAVE 2 5* with store coupon in the Gazette Daily Mail MM ^_ -- -- m -- '-- -" -^v K -^v-| Margarine SHASTA OfFERS14 FLAVORS Plus A 10 e Saving on 6 or more cans at your favorite store Clip the Coupon from your Charleston Newspapers Save VALUE OF THE WEEK!!! Chips Ahoy! Chocolate Chip Cookies Redeem the 10* coupon on purchase of Chips AHOY! Chocolate Chip Cookies. Use store coupon in your Gazette or Daily Mail Munchacrunchy "·· chocolate chip-filled Chips Ahoy! »ss»?^^ Two-Fisted Mr. Clean - Knocks off 15 A handsome 15' saving with store coupon in your Gazette or Daily Mail. MR CLEAN is Tough on dirty grime. -- Be kind to yourself and your pocketbook -- Use the 15 C coupon and save when you buy Mr Clean. No artificial flavor No preservatives BAMA is Natural fruit flavor -- Jams fruit Jellies. 7 C coupon redemmable at your Favorite store is in the Gazette-Mail FREE MEAT FOR A YEAR - SWEEPSTAKES! Complete the coupon entry blank in your Gazette or Mail to enter sweepstakes, 2 drawings -- 22 big prizes. Read ad for complete details. BODY PERMS for that Casual Effect! _ EXTRA SPECIALS--WITH COUPONSl_ f" Reg. $10.00 ]" Reg. $20.00 f I ALLURE | NATURAL CURL | I J 9 25 l MO" I I 1 '. I C.PJI. S 15 ! TiT RETOUCH I Short Hoir HAIRCUT, SHAMPOO ! 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