Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 13, 1972 · Page 13
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 13

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 13, 1972
Page 13
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I3A--Aug. 13, 1972 Sunday Ca*etfe.Moif ' Tow Bridge-work Jackie Wilcox The Kanawha Valley Bridg Assn. held its annual tourna ment last week end and, from all indications it was very sue cessful. When tournament run smoothly it a! w a y s reflect much hard wark on the part o: the v a r i o u MRS. WlLCOXchai^Si 1 ^^ behaM of the membership, would like to give them a spec ial thank you. Congratulations b. the winners. TOURNAMENT RESULTS Friday, August 4 WOMEN'S PAIR 1-? Mrs. Evan Harris and Mrs. Harry V -'-ch 1-2 Mrs. S. Werttiammer and Mrs. J 3. A Mrs. H. C. Riley and Mrs. David r':'s 4. Mrs. D. B. Eakle and Mrs. J. L, i rcia 6-7 Mrs. Rett Bean and Mrs. Maynarc 5. Mrs. Keste." D. L. Olds and Mrs. John 6-7 Mrs. George Woo and Mrs. Anthony S- smon 8. Mrs. Pete LeMasters and Mrs. J. E. Allen MEN'S PAIR 1. Eli Reich and C. W. Midelburg 2. D. L. Olds and -Wm. Klein 3. C. E. Uutz and Larry Logsdon i. Stan Given and Bill Wick, Jr. 5-4 Reuben Graham and Bob Allen 5-6 Ed Maier and Larry Long 7. B. Y. Hillsnd Jim Morrison MIXED PAIR SECTION A NORTH-SOUTH 1. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lutz 2. Mrs. A. c. Rogers and Lyle Satt« 3. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Means EAST-WEST 1. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Olds 2. Mrs. · H. L. Johnson and Reuben Graham 3. Jade Wyatt and Wm. Klein SECTION B NORTH-SOUTH 1 Vlrs. S. W»*««mm«r ?nd C. W. Midelburg 2. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Loqsdon 3. Mrs. Austin Miller and Robert Bailey E4ST-WEST 1. Ruth Huston end Bob Allen 2. Mr.and Mrs. B. Y. Hill 3. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Sherwtn OVERALL S. Werthammer and C. W. J. Mrs. Harry WtlMn awl Jess* Stuar Lola Nejt«r and Mr*. J. F. Wilcox 4-7 Mr. and Mrj. Austin Miller, R. W Ayers and Sieve Cavender 4-7 JKte Wyatt and Bill Svttoo, Dttl Pleret and John Clevengtr 4-7 Mr». J. P. Engle and Wm. Kenn tfv-"X. J*n Bowes and is Hague, J 4-7 Mr. and Mrs. George Hartleben Mrs. E. Adams and Mrs. J. LaFollelte MARIAN ANGELL TROPHY-Mr Harry Welsdi LAST WEEK'S WINNERS MONDAY August 7 BRIDGETTE CLUB 1. Mrs. Harry Welch 2. Mrs. William Wlschminn 3-4 Mrs. John Kester 3-4. Mrs. A. T. Waltar MONDAY NIGHT DUPLICATE 1. Mn. Tom Moor* «nd Charlett Garrett 2. Charles Gerwig and Harry Welseh 3. Steve Cavender and Tom Moere 5. Mrs. John Kester and Mrs. Austl Miller WEDNESDAY August 2 WEST VIRIGINIA STATE COLLEGE DUPLICATE NORTH-SOUTH 1. John Cayton and Austin Miller 2. Mrs. U. F. Wilcox and Tom Nolley 3. Mrs. Austin Miller and Robert Balle i. Mrs. Walter Fenstermacher and Mrs Charles Lemon EAST-WEST 1. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Smith 2. Mr. »nd Mrs. Rett Bean 1. Mrs. David Pitts and Lyle Sattes 4. Mrs. A. C. Rogers and Mn. MM Wethered NORTH-SOUTH EASY 1. Mrs. Roy Monroe and Mrs. Robb Gnver 2. Mrs. Austin Miller and Mrs. Tom Mcore 3. Mrs. J. A. 1. Mrs. A'!delburg 2. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Olds 3. Ruth Huston and Bob Allen i. Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. Hill 5. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Logsdon 4. Mrs. H. L. Johnson and Reuben isru(-am Saturday, August 5 OPEN PAIR (Qualifying) SECTION A NORTH-SOUTH 1. Mrs. Ann Pollitt and Mrs. John Kost*r 2. Bob Aleen and Jim Morrison 3. Reuben Graham and Stan Given EAST-WEST 1. Wm. Klein and Jeff Stafford 2. Everett Means anet David Ellis 3. Mrs. D. L. Olds »od B. Y. Hill SECTION B -IORTH-SOUTH 1. Mrs. John Bowes and Wm. Kennedy 2. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lutz 3. D. L. Olds »nd Lcrry Logsdon E A S T -WEST 1. Ed Maier and Link Young 2. J. R. .Bird »nd F. E. B*ker · 3. Mr. and Mrs. George Hartleben FINALS 1. Mr$. R. C. Thompson and R. W. A"ers . 1. Wm. Klein and Jeff Stafford 3. Ed Maier and Link Young 4. Everett Means and David Ellis 5. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lutz 6. D. L. Olds and Larry Logsdon CONSOLATION GAME 1-2 Dr. John Chambers and John Chambers 1-2 Mrs. David Pitts and Lyle Suites 3J L. G. Cochran and J. Ballew 3-4 Mrs. J. F. Wilcox and Bill Wick, Jr. 5. Mrs. A. T. Walter and Jon Stevens 6. Bert Landau and John Vest SWISS TEAM GAME 1. Bill Wick, Jr. and Stan Given Wm. Klein and Jeff Stafford 2. Mr. and Mrs. David Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Means Getens and Mrs. David 'halheimer 4. Mrs. F. C. Gall and Mrs. J. E. Allen "I. Mrs. W. L. Pyle and Mrs. L. inider. Jr. 2. Mrs W. C. Cuthebert and Mrs. Ha Mathle 3. Mrs. B. J. Smith »nd Mr$. A. M Delaney t. Mrs. .Carl Samples and Mri. H. C :iley THURSDAY August 3 NOVICE GAME 1. Mrs. Dsvid Thalhelmer end Mrs. L . Snider, Jr. 2. Mrs. L. B. Clay and Charlotte iarrett BRIDGE CALENDAR WMk of August 13 UNDAY--Sunday Night Duplicate-- 7 .m. -- YWCA. Public invited. MONDAY-Bridqette Club --10:30 «.m tome of Mrs. Harry Welsch, «l WIIKi« rive. Public gnvited. Monday Night Bridge Club--7 p.m. lome of Mrs. Harry Welsch. Public nvited. CLUB TOURNAMENT WEDNESDAY--Easy Aew--10:30 a.m »nl Kedem. Closed. West Virginia State College Duollcate- 30 p.m. New Dormitory. Public invited. THURSDAY--Novice Game--10:30 a.m. Home of Mrs. Harry Welsch. Public invited. Thusday Night Duplicate--7 p.m.-YWCA. Public "nvited. FRIDAY-KVBA-7-.15 p.m. Charleston Federal Savings and Loan Building. Closed. SATURDAY--Bid and Made--7:30 p.i Home of Mrs. Harry Welsch. Public invited. DOUGHNUTS CHICKEN OF YOUR CHOICE Fried or Barbecued AGORA CARRY-OUT STERLING IISTAURANT Ph. 343.4571 Use Want Ads. Dial 348-4848 ENROLLING FALL TERM Secretarial 9 mos. Clerical 9 mos. Junior Accounting 9 mos. Fashion 9 mos. A CAREER FOR YOU IN BUSINESS You might work as o stenographer or private secretory,- as a junior executive or accountant. The choice is wide. You are wanted. Th»re is a shortage of qualified girls and men in business offices, so salaries are high, in prestige positions. It is one of the best career choices you can moke. We have been training and placing students since 1893. West Virginia Career College at Lee and Capitol Streets Charleston, W. Va. 25322 Phone (304) 343-2435 Accredited By the Accredit ing Cimmisswn for Business Schools Call and ask for Mr. fowling for information. Approved for training veterans, social security, rehabilitation and foreign students. Student Loans Available Please send me, free, a copy of your 1972 Bulletin NAME AGE M ADDRESS PHONE NO. CITY, STATE, ZIP YEAR GRADUATED OPEN SUNDAY, AUG. 13,1 TO 7 WHY WAIT' USE VOUM KlTWft CREDIT CARD OR YOUR BANK AMERICARO i/* Quantifies tosf MONO AY HHli £^ ; MEN'S DENIM FLARES Reg. 4.96 Docron'polyester / cotton. Belt loop, button front. 29-38. 3.96 Boys' Flares, 2.77 clearance of summer DRESSES Sizes 7-12 ^^^ MEN'S SLIP-ONS' Reg. 4.47 White, vinyl with cushion crepe rubber sole, strap-end- ornament vamp. Petite, Jrs. Misses, % Sizes Sizes 3 to 24 % Over 2,000 Dresses To Choose From *'M 596 *300 $18.88 ^ · W W QUILTED OVEN MITTS Rtg. 83 A cook's best friend when around a hot oven or barbecue. Cotton. VRHOT EVERHOT® BROILER ft 44 ft«g. 12.44 5 Days Electric broiler, with chrome finish, has adjustable tray with wire rack. Easy to use and easy to keep clean. Charge it! 18"x25'FOIL 200 TISSUES DEODORANT TOOTHBRUSH TOOTHPASTE SPOT LIFTER *«9 O^C 44' Ow Use for c o o k i n g or as Soft, absorbent 2-ply. Gillette's*Right Guard* "Life line" professional Colgate* MFP« flou- Never leaves a ring. 7- a freezer wrap. Save! White, colors. Limit 5. .Super dry 8 oz.* stimulator tip. Save. rii-J» «/;*h r:«»-^«l* «·» * IC9^» .»,*,,,»,., ride with Gardol." · N e t w t remover. ·Met WT, PALMOLIVE .«»-» , *K. 57' SUM. t MOM. FOP 50 TRASH CAN LINERS Reg. 1.97 fit 20-30 gallon c a n s . New, strong, "fold-n-roll" c o n s t r u c t i o n . With t w i s t closers. 1.5 mils. Charge it. 19x33" SCATTER RUG Reg. 87' Plenty of wear from these reversible fringed rugs. In washable nylon/cotton. Reg. 1.57, 24x45" Rug...97' 'Palmolive Liquid 66 C Lorge 22 oz. size Softens hands while you do the dishes. Stock up at this low price. Charge it! '-±1 Of. £_N S,- 'KOOL-IT' Reg. 1.77 1.33 JACK STAND - 7.88 COLOR FILM ROD AND REEL Reg. 3.97 from overheating. 3.74 3.33 S 1 2-6'REALISTIC TREES Our Reg. 18.96 Ea. to 19" Polaroid* film produces Reg. 4.94. F i b e r g l a s s Fabulous, lifelike -potted yucca, cycus, palmette, schaf- eight 3% x4'/ 4 '" prints. rod, spin-cast reel. felera, rubber trees. Washable green plastic/Charge it, Plaza at Patrick Street Bridge and Fourth A venue i

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