Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 20, 1976 · Page 26
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 26

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 20, 1976
Page 26
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3C-June 20, 1976 Sunday Gazette-Mail Charleston, West Vlrjlnl» Dunbar OES To Install OES 45 Officers Named Mrs. Myrtle Conner will be installed as worthy matron of Tiskelwah Chapter No. 45, Order of the Eastern Star, at 8 p.m. Monday in the Scottish Rite Temple. Harold Conner will be installed as worthy patron. Others who will take office are Miss Carolyn Kallmerton, associate matron; George Gates, associate patron; Mrs. Jean Miller, secretary; Mrs. Freda Hall, treasurer; Mrs. Melissa Cisco, conductress; Mrs. Wanda Radcliffe, associate conductress; Mrs. Edith Frame, chap- lain; Mrs. Anna Kilburn, marshall; Mrs. Betty Lee Porter, organist; Mrs. Karen Hessom, Adah; Mrs. Wanda Ford, Ruth; Mrs. Nancy Hitchman, Esther; Mrs. Env maleaJones; Martha; Mrs. Margaret Beasley, Electa; Mrs. Georgia Brookman. warder"; Mrs. Golda Hastings, sentinel. Installing officers will be Mrs. Mar)' Conner, Claude Conner Sr., Gussie Casdorph, Mrs. Lorraine Maddox, Mrs. Frances Casto, Mrs. Johnnye Boyles, Mrs. Naomi Appleton. Mrs. p'reda Hall and Mrs. Dean Cowgill are cochairmen for a reception following the meeting. Dunbar Chapter No. 133, Order of the Eastern Star, will install officers at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Masonic Temple, 14th Street and Meyers Avenue in Dunbar. Mrs. Donna Estep will be installed as worthy matron and John F. Meadows as worthy patron. Installing officers will be Mrs. Marilynn Bicknell, Mrs. Mary Lou Brumfield, Mrs. Betty Wilson, Mrs. Virginia Stockton, Mrs. Connie Winter, Owen 0. Pitchford. Martin Winfree and Robert E. Winter. Other officers to be installed are: Mrs. Mary Ann Spradling, associate matron: Cyrus Baker, associate patron; Mrs. Marilyn Smith, secretary; Mrs. Annie Meadows, treasurer; Mrs\ Glenna Bailey, con- ductresss; Mrs. Ilene Casto, associate conductress; Mrs. Louise McGregor, chaplain; Mrs. Cohela Crouch, marshal; Mrs. Connie Winter, organist. Mrs. Sharon Amick, Adah; Mrs. Macel Stewart, Ruth; Mrs. Clcteen Asbury, Esther; Mrs. Jewel Asbury, Martha; Mrs. Betty Cross, Electa; Henry Craft, warder; Thomas Bailey, sentinel, and Mrs. Mary Lou Brumfield, trustee. A reception will follow. Hostesses are Rainbow Girls from Sissonville Assembly No. 4, South Charleston Assembly No. 20, and Dunbar Assembly No. 8. Guest book hostesses will be Mrs. Anna Smith and Mrs. Maxine Brown. Hints for Food Fresh coconuts in the shell retain good quality up to a month in the refrigerator, according to USDA marketing specialists. ANNOUNCEMENT Dear Phyllis: Happy Anniversary world's longest court;' ' our marriage of June really nappy to announce Use Want Ads. Dial 348-4848 Haddads June Clearance Startslbmorrow! RUSH IN EARLY! IT'S THE SALE YOU'VE WAITED FOR! Your chance to scoop up Special savings in every fashion department. Big values now on all famous brand Misses' and Juniors' Spring and Summer styles. Many more unadvertised items!!! SHOP MONDAY--9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. MISSES' JUNIORS' SPRING SUMMER DRESSES 20%,.507c 0 OfT SPECIAL GROUPS AT BIG SAVINGS! All from our regular famous maker stocks in your favorite fabrics and colors. Formals, dressy styles and daytime dresses. Misses' sizes 8 to 18. Jr. sizes 5 to 13. JUNIORS' SUMMER SHORTS REC.S7.50 Select groups from our famous makers. Choose blue denim and popular fashion colors. JR. SPORTSWEAR 25% off Fashion coordinate groups in poly/gabardine or cotton blends. Choose jackets, pants, shirts and tops in popular colors. SELECT GROUPS OF FASHION JUMPSUITS $ 28 VALUES TO $49 The season's fashion rage in current summer styles, at big savings. You're sure to find your favorite from these select styles. FASHION JEWELRY 25% off Special groups of necklaces, earrings, bracelets in the latest summer styles. FASHION HANDBAGS ' 25% off Natural straws, white leather looks, colored straws. All from our regular summer stocks. SUMMER HATS 40% off Our entire stock of summer straws, Panamas and dressy styles. SLEEPWEAR 25% off Large groups selected from stock. Gowns, Pajamas, sleep sets. SUMMER TOPS 25% ,.50% off Fashion styles and T-Tops, perfect to wear with jeans or pants in all popular juniors' sizes. Hurry! DENIM JEANS 30%.. C7, oil Choose navy or fashion colors in a huge assortment of super stylings. Juniors' sizes at big savings. JUNIOR'S PANTS A big, big group, all selected from our regular famous maker stock of polyester gabardines and cotton blends. SCOOP TOPS $ Reg. $6.50 57 A big group of solid color nylon scoop neck tops in yourchoiceof 10 fashion colors. Save! VANITY FAIR'S ONCE-A-YEAR GIRDLE SALE Yes, once-o-year savings on underwire, contour, fiber-fill and power-net bras plus hipster and control briefs and pantie girdles. White and fashion colors Bra sizes 32 to 38 A, B, C and D cup bras, S M and I briefs and girdles. SAVE UP TO 'Ooff REGULAR PRICES WEATHER COATS PRICE A large group of beautiful summer fashion and basic styles. Water repellent fabrics, misses' and juniors' sizes. PECIAL SAVINGS! FROM ONE OF OUR MOST FAMOUS MAKERS! SUMMER SPORTSWEAR COORDINATES $ T-tops · Shirts $ Blazers £ Shorts · Pants · Skirts 9 Halter Tops Large groups in both active a n d s p e c t a t o r s t y l e s . Choose fashion colors of blue, green, yellow, red or navy. Solids and prints to mix, match and coordinate. Sizes 8 to 18. POLYESTER PANTS 11 A select group of washable polyester pull-on styles in exciting spring and summer colors. PANT SUITS PRICE Choose from popular two and three piece styles in spring and summer colors ond fabrics from Misses' and Juniors'. Savings up to 50% off! HURRY IN! FASHION SWIMWEAR 20% ,.40% off The season's first price reductions on famous maker one piece styles and two piece bikinis. Hurry! 10, Happening under the arch Reg.S204S22 4825 MacCorkle Avenue, SW South Charleston, WV OPEN MON. THURS. NIGHTS 'TIL 9 P.M.

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