Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 16, 1974 · Page 9
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 9

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 16, 1974
Page 9
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1«T4 7 IS INVOLVED Why do people seem to think that all the really nice things are mode other places? Why plan vacations on the other side of the world, or at least ocean-side? Consider dangling your feet off a raft, cooling your toes in a mountain stream. Pack your West Virginia Vacation clothes of miracle fibers made right in West Virginia. Discover a marvelous world of manufacturing unbelievable products. Play a tournament of marbles as children do or feast on a breakfast of sausage and hot biscuits. GET INVOLVED WITH WEST VIRGINIA AT THE DIAMOND. All these things are gathered in groups and on exhibit in windows and on floors ... the two Girl Guides on the Street Floor will give you a directory of exhibits and events and "guide" you on a tour atl 1:00 am each day. THE FESTIVITIES START WEDNESDAY ... Mail Pouch Tobacco Painter, painting the side of a barn, Yesteryear Toys in Stationery. Arts and Craftsmen working in the corner window. Bright of America with a fantastic photographic display, experts to answer your questions on Friday and Saturday on the Fashion Floor. Michael Holmes' one man show next to the West Virginia Travel. Booth on The Fashion F l o o r . . . Michael paints on Saturday. DuPont's Qiana fashion show at the Greenbrier on film and The Diamond's models on the Fashion. Floor. Third Floor has International Nickel, Union Carbide, F.M.C., True Temper and a Cyrogenic show on Wednesday 26th. See the nature portraits in Gallery and Four Winds and Crislip Oak Products in full glory. Fourth Floor features a trio of tiny piglets by Gunnoe .· ·. · . farms, Martha White Flour and a marble tournament of pint · . . . size "Billie Jeans and Bobby Rigqs" played with Gadding Vitro Agate marbles every day at 11:00 beginning . · Monday, June 24. ' . . . . , · · Fifth Floor has a broom maker. ... Charleston's own company : with great looking thin'gs. There's Fostoria and Fenton, f/ ' . . ' · ' , · · U.S. Stamping Enamelware and Corning . . . and a couple of · . authors in the Book Shop. . . . . . . · - . · : . . : : , ; : . : . · : · ··.:·:· '. ; Early Times band plays at 11:00 in mini-concert on ; the Street Floor on alternate days! . . : - V '-Ji"

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