Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 3, 1975 · Page 28
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 28

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 3, 1975
Page 28
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12B --AugustS, 1975 Sundav ***·* TM f~«.u-'.Al6kn Dulcimer Music Offered in Logan Hammered Dulcimers Are Demonstrated By Gardner Brothers. Dulcimer Is Believed To Have Originated In Asia. Conference to Question Candidates WASHINGTON (API - An organization of liberal Democrats is planning a series of five regional conferences, hoping to attract the Democratic presidential candidates for questioning by party members. Only one candidate. Gov. Milton Shapp of Pennsylvania, has indicated he would attend all of the meetings, but none of the 10 persons invited for questioning has decided not to participate. The sessions are being held by the Dem- ocratic Conference, formed about two months ago. Rep. Donald M. Fraser. D-Minn., who announced the meetings, said the conferences would be held to provide members of the party opportunities to compare the candidates and discuss campaign issues with them. The meetings will be held in Minneapolis. Sept. 13-14: Boston, Sept. 27-28: Atlanta. Oct. 18-19: Baltimore. Oct. 25-26. and Los Angeles. Nov. 8-9. Those invited to the conferences are: Sen. Birch Bayh. D-lnd.; Sen. Lloyd Bentsen. D-Tex.: former Gov. Jimmy Carter of Georgia: former Sen. Fred Harris, DOkla: Sen. Henry M. Jackso, D-Wash.; former Gov. Terry Sanford of North Carolina. Shapp, Sargent R. Shriver. the 1972 vice presidential candidate; Rep. Morris K. Udall. D-Ariz., and Gov. George C v Wallace of Albama. LOGAN--The sweet sound of the dulcimer, one of Appalachia's oldest muskal instruments. will greet visitors to the Logan County Arts and Crafts Fair Friday and Saturday in Logan Memorial Fieldhouse. Both hammered and plucked dulcimers will be demonstrated and offered for sales at the fair, sponsored annually by the Logan County Chamber of Commerce. Returning for her second year at the fair is Mary Faith Rhodes of Breezeridge. Pa., who is receiving wide recognition as a folk singer and her skill with the dulcimer. The Gardner brothers of Kingwood. Preston County--William. Worley, and Asel--will perform on the hammered dulcimer. The three will accept orders for construction of the instrument. Their prized instrument is a trapezoid- shaped. wooden box approximately three to six inches deep and 30 to 40 inches long. Across the top of the box are groups of wire strings, varying from nine to 27. A fair spokesman says a number of new artists and craftsmen will be exhibiting for the first time. Alice Davison of Charleston will exhibit historic paintings on tole wear. Stephen Bias will create handcut, coin jewelry. Virginia Denning will exhibit oils and pastels: Sam Peters leatherwork: and Lois Hammer sketches. Wild Flowers of America in full color Plus: The Garden Facf-Finder Wheel The Smithsonian Institute in Washington has long been famous for its collection of Americana In the archives of the In stitute are a collection of 400 Wild Flowers of America from paintings of Mary Vaux Walcott and Dorothy Falcon Platt. These paintings have long been admired by connoisseurs of art and wild life Now a selection of eighteen of the loveliest flowers from the collection has been assem bled in one portfolio. They have been reproduced with meticulous care and in genuine lithographic facsimiles and color-matched to preserve the artists paintings and carefully printed on fine art-paper * * * Each print is 9" by 12" perfect for framing and decoupage. Among them are such beautiful wild flowers as the wild rose, mountain laurel, Carolina jasmine, blue eyed mary, American holly, Jacobs ladder, black-eyed susan sun- flower, mountain azalea and nine additional prints. Right now is an especially good time to order your portfolio because you will also re " ceive the Garden fact-fmdei wheel Vital information on roses, violets, geraniums, mar igolds, asters, tulips, hyacinths --each of 32 favorite flowers Simply turn the dial to the flower you want. Learn what type it is--color and size- type of soil needed. Plus valu able tips on shrubs and trees Also, you will learn what to do each month of the year * * * To receive your portfolio of eighteen Wild Flowers prints and the Garden fact- finder wheel send only $2.00 for one portfolio (or only $5.00 for three portfolios) to Book Enterprises, Inc. P.O. Box 22 Dcpt. WV New York, N.Y 10017 the low price leader,. LLOYD'S DEPARTMENT STORE SHOP LLOYD'S MONDAY AND FRIDAY NITES TILL 9P.M. I NE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Sate through Tues., August 5. See our big ad on Wed. A.M. J P.M. Chas. Daily. ARMOUR STAR Boneless KEENER--All BEEF LEAN FRESH Superior Frankies Ground WHITE SLICED ENRICHED Foodland Bread U. 5. # 1 MICHIGAN POTATOES 20 Ib 5 I 89 Home Grown Tomatoes Ib. 29 White and Assorted Toilet Tissue Charmin DAIRY LANE VANILLA Ice Cream $ 4 Roll Pack $10 Additional Purchases ExckidiigCigs. Tobacco HEIHZ GENUME 3ft. Jar Dill Pickles 99 ONE COUPON PER FAMILY PLEASE Maxwell House 2. With $10 Afifkmd Purchase £ipfmSat.,Aog.9,1975 ^tjtj^^ , "" ^s--^* Co or NO-IRON PRINTED SHEET SALE 50% POLYESTER · 50% COTTON · 1ST. QUALITY ·EASY TO CARE FOR, IN A LARGE SELECTION OF FLORAL PRINTS AND WALLPAPER STRIPES · SAVEON EVERY PERMANENT PRESS PRINTED SHEET IN OUR STOCK DURING OUR BIG AUGUST SALE REG.3 29 PILLOW CASES REG.4 79 FULL FLAT AND FITTED REG.3 7 ' TWIN FLAT AND FITTED FULL SIZE BED PILLOWS · SOFT AND COZY +*** · ODORLESS $1UU · ASSORTED I PATTERNS * EA 18x27 AND OVAL RUGS · ALL PURPOSE c - A n FOR EVERY SI 1)1) ROOK. ^ I EA. Asst. Colors WASH CLOTHS SOLID COLORS AND PATTERNS 3 FOR $JOO DISH SEE 12x12 3 FOR CLOTHS « 87 BATH TOWELS $100 · 22x44 BATH TOWELS INABIGSaECTIONOf COLORS AND PATTERNS. * Hewers Foodland 4110 MocCorkle Ave. 5. Chos. JL Ookhurst Foodland Spencer Foodland Parking Plaza, Spencer Halsf eod Foodland 1504Oakhurst Or. Chos. r ^ Summersville, W. Vo. · . ^rw»»*«ni' Bin "R" Foodland X- CrafflsviHe Foodland 'IT Cro$s Lanes · '' ^ r rn ir, f *\\* w v« Open Sun. 1 Sutton Foodland Sutton, W. Vo. Sovine Foodland Rf. 60, Culloden, W.Vo. Cross Lanes Foodland ,W.Va. Rt.2»S.,Ripley,W.Vo. Craiqsville, W. Va. Open Sun. 10-9. Daily 9-11 All independently owned and operated. Plenty of free parking and cheerful carryout. MEN'S REG.Tol4 M FIRST QUALITY CUFFED BAGGIES LARGE SELECTION OF NEW FASHIONED PLAIDS. WAIST SIZES 29 TO 38 LENGTHS 3 2 * 3 4 036

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