Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 27, 1976 · Page 22
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June 27, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 22

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· · ~ J u n 2 7 ' Sunday Gatette-Mail Charleston, West Virginia ---- DiannaYoak (Left) and David Brantner Club President Receives Rhododendron Award New Books at the Library Among the books received last week at the Kanawha County Public Library: Fiction--Arrighi. Navona 1000; Bartram. The Aelian Fragment; Caidin. Whip; Condon, The Whisper Of The Axe; Dahlberg, The Olive Of Minerva. Or The Comedy Of A Cuckold; Davies. World Of Wonders: Duffy, Capital; Egan, Scenes Of Crime: Gordimer, Selected Stories: Human-Machines: An Anthology Of Stories About Cyborgs; Klein. Girls Turn Wives; Knott. The Vegeance Seeker: Maclnnes. Agent in Place: Morice, Nursery Tea And Poison: Olesker. No Place Like Home: Pass. Zoe's Book: Pedlar. The Dynostar Menace: Peters. Legend In Green Velvet: Sagan. Lost Profile: Wiseman. The Day Before Sunrise: Yglesias, The Kill Price. Non-fiction-Balliett. New York Notes: A Journal Of Jazz, 1972-1925: Brooks. Telephone: The First Hundred Years; Brown. The Children Of Hak: Bruns. Edward Kennedy And The Camelot Legacy: Butscher. Sylvia Plath: Method And Madness: Commoner. The Poverty Of Power: The Complete GreenHouse Gardner: Crass. The Wallace Factor: Cross. The Weekend Education Source Book; Death Inside Out; Des Pres. The Survivor: An Anatomy Of Life In The Death Camps; Drath. Willy Brandt: The Prisoner Of His Past; Elliott. These Strange Asnes: Engle. Finns In North America: Farrell. The Sherlock Holmes Cookbook Or Mrs. Hudson's Stoveside Campanion Formed upon Principles Of Economy And Adapted To The Use Of The Private Families By Two Gentlemen And Which Contains'-'In One Volume: Fryer. A Dictionary Of Food Supplements; Gilby. Free Weaving: Gip- pius. Between Paris And St. Petersburg: Gordon. Lonely In America; Guttman. The Shadow Government: Hanley. Guidance And The Needs Of The Special Child; Haralambos, Right On: From Blues To Soul In Black America: Holt; Total Investing, Humphrey. The Eduation Of A Public Man: lannone. An Ethnic Connection And Goals Beyond: Jackson. The Sierra Madre; Jones, Good Things For Babies: Kanroji, Hironito: An Intimate Portrait Of The Japanese Emperor: Kiernan. The Arabs; Koch, The M a r r i a v e Savers: Lehmann. Virginia Woolf And Her World: Liebman. Jewish Cookery From Boston To Baghdad; Leithner. ABC's Wide World Of Sports: Liston, Patients Or Prisoners? Luker, Taking Chances: Abortion And The Decision Not To Contracept; McMamara. Step Right Up: Merrill. Divine Comedies: Poems: Miller's Book Of Friends: Miller, Historic Places Around The Outer Banks: Montaigne. Blook Over Texas: Roller Skating Rink 31st Street and Chesterfield Avenue · Nightly Skating ... · Sat. Matinee e Sunday Matinee... · Shoe Skates Rental. $ | 5 0 S|00 5 25 Skating Schedule (Cut Out And Keep At Home) Sunday thru Thursday 8 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Friday Saturday Nights: Early Session 8 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Late Session 10 P-m. fo 12:3 ° OM ' | Saturday Matinees Sunday Matinees I 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. 2:30 jj^^Pj m ; ^Imiu^imi^nm 925-0331 ALSO ENJOY OUR FAMILY GAMES ROOM . Herbert Hoover Conservation Club Wins Award The Herbert Hoover Conservation Club won the coveted Rhododendron award at the 13th West Virginia Youth Conservation Day held at North Bend State Park. The event, in which more than 600 youth organizations participate, is sponsored by Sears Roebuck and Co., the Department of Natural Resources and Pepsi-Cola. This is the second time the Herbert Hoover group has won the award, which consists of a trophy and $500 in cash for the outstanding conservation project. Hoover's club project that clinched the prize involved the school, the community, county government and an estimated $54,500 expenditure had the work been contracted to a private concern. It was the Hoover baseball field fill project, which the club initiated. * » * ALL WORK to this point has been volunteered by local contractors, private citizens, the county, the Air National Guard and the Department of Highways, which donated fill dirt. Local donors included Shafer Pipeline Co. of Clendenin and Jim Smith of 0.V. Smith and Sons of Big Chimney. Lights and poles for their installation were furnished by the Kanawha County Parks and Recreation Commission at an approximate cost of $14,500. Pipe for a backstop is being donated by McJunkin Corp., and the Kanawha Parks and Recreation Commission has allocated another $800 for completion of the backstop. Lonnie Miller, school principal, commented that "without the cooperation of the community, this fine facility would never have been possible. We sincerely thank every person who had a hand in the work." The Hoover Conservation Club is eight years old and is sponsored by the Clendenin Woman's Club. Advisor-leaders are Mrs. Pauline Conner, Mrs. Margo Kittle and Don Walker, biology teachers at the school. Alcan Center Lounge Closing The Alcan Center Lounge at 1116 1/2-A Kanawha Blvd. E will close Wednesday. For years, it has been the meeting place for Alcoholics Anonymous and other organizations. The Monday night women's group which has been meeting there will hold future meetings at Christ Church United Methodist. The Tuesday night men's group will begin meeting at St. John's Episcopal Church. The Alanon family group and the Alateens also will meet on Tuesdays at St. John's. The open meetings of A.A. will be held on Thursdays at St. John's. Rehab Meeting Set The first Region III vocational rehabilitation conference will be held at the West Virginia Rehabilitation Center at Insiti- tute on Aug. 2. The conference will be open to the public. HAPPY BIRTHDAY AMERICA JUNE 28-JULY10 · MIRRORS OFF BIG SAVINGS DISCOUNT ON EVERY MIRROR IN S T O C K . C H O O S E FROM -F R A M E D -- V E N E T I A N -- D O O R MIRRORS--MAKE-UP MIRRORS. · FRAMING DISCOUNT ON THE PRICE OF A FRAMING ORDER--INCLUDES-FRAME--MAT--GLASS--FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK ONLY. PRINTS DISCOUNT ON SELECTED PRINTS FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK. CHOOSE FROM A LARGE SELECTION. WILDLIFE STATIONERY WAS S2.00 -- NOW $1.00 - LIMITED SUPPLY. FREE... DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE TO FIRST 100 PEOPLE COMING IN DURING SALE-irxl4" ON SIMULATED PARCHMENT · NO OBLIGATION TO BUY 213 BROAD STREET GENERAL GLASS COMPANY SHOW YOUR COLORS .SUNDAY SPECIALS! SHOP COX'S 1 P.M. TO 6 P.M. SUMMER CLEARANCE MEN'S REGULAR S 35.00 SPORT COATS NOW ON SALE! · SOLIDS · FANCIES e REGULAR « LONGS · 37 to 46 19 99 NEW SHIPMENT POLYESTER SLACKS e SOLIDS 9 CHECKS 0 PLAIDS « 30 TO 42 SPECIAL PURCHASE MEN'S POLYESTER WALK SHORTS REGULAR 10.00 · SOLIDS · CHECKS · MACHINE WASHABLE · SIZES 30 to 42 REPEATING A SELLOUT! BLOUSES and TOPS,: BIG 22x42 CANNON BATH TOWELS REG. 1.39 SOLID COLORS STOCK UP NOW! 97 ^/ j each WHILE IIIEYLAS1! SALE! 15x26 TERRY KI1CHEN TOWELS 12x12 MESH DISHCLOTHS.... 12x12 TERRY DISHCLOTHS ALL WITH CANNON LAB EL 2 TM 97 C 5 TM 97 ( 4 TM» 97° 72x90 CHATHAM THERMAL BLANKETS or 0 ea. ASSORTED COLORS O yoo REG. 4.99 WALK SUMMER IN OPEN-HEEL ND TOE COMFORT! THREE GREAT STYLES 097 s J PAIR 2 PAIRS · SLINGBACK SANDALS · ENVELOPE SCUFFS · SCOOP WEDGES WITH FLOWERED EMBROIDERY

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