Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 20, 1972 · Page 46
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August 20, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 46

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IOC--August 20, 1972 Sunday Ga*«tt*.Mail -^------------^------ Ch*rf**tofl, WMt Vlrtlnl*-- MontgomeryArea Gets Pediatrician By Barbara Nelson 442-3111 Dr. Francisco Fernandez, pediatrician, has arrived in town this week to join Dr. Enrique Aguilar at the Hillside Clinic in Charlton Heights. He will also be practicing at the Montgomery office. Dr. Fernandez, who is a graduate of Santo Tomas University in Manila, PhiUipines, left Louisville, Ky. where, for the past two years, has been house physician at the Kentucky Baptist Hospital. Other posts include residency] in pediatrics at the Mercy pital, Loyola University Clinic, Chicago, 111. and ait internship at Ravenswood Hospital. He, his wife children arc living in Charlton Heights. Freddy Werdine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Werdine of Charlton Heights, has received the top award in his age group in swimming at the city championship meet in Charleston last week He also won first place in the butterfly, back and individual medley categories. Leonard C. Nelson was re-elected to the presidency of the Montgomery Chamber of Commerce, with Robert Durbin, past president; Guy Dooley, vice president; James Ford, secretary, and H. W. Glenn Jr., treasurer. The following appointments were made for committee heads: Dr. Carl Lee Kennedy, chair man of the Budget and Finance C o m m i t t e e ; Frank DiviU chairman of the Retail Division Louis Tabit, of the Recreation Committee; Al Martin, Member ship Relations; Carson Green Public Information; Tom Car son, City Improvements; Ray Duff, Are Development; Robert Durbin, Education; Roy Long Roads Improvement; and GOT don Billheimer, Governmenta Relations. Belle Hymn Sing Due Tonight Mrs. James F. Chaplin 949-2641 Community " H y m n Sing" sponsored by Belle Area Ministerial Assn. will be held today, 7:30 p.m. Judson B a p t i s t Church, East Eighth Street, Rev. William Miller, minister. Several choirs and congregations will sing under direction of the Rev. Ross Pepper Harrison of Cedar Grove. Participating churches include: Belle Presbyterian, Mount Juliet United Methodist, Belle Church of the Nazarene, St. John Roman Catholic, New Life Temple and Judson Baptist. Belle Lions Club, is planning a "cold cut dinner" Monday at 6:30 p.m. in the American Legion Hall. Members wives are invited to attend. Entertainment will be arranged. American Legion Auxiliary of Post 95 will hold ita annual picnic-meeting Friday at 6 p.m. at the residence of the president, Mrs. John Gygax, East Riverview Drive. Members will bring covered dishes. Election of officers is planned. DuPont High School has organized a drill team, DuPont High School Pantherette Drill Team. They have been practicing since August l, at 8 until 11:30 a.m. under the direction of Mrs. Louise Grimmette. Officers are: Connie Breeden, captain; Pam Saunders, 1st. Lieutenant; Cheryl King, 2nd Lt; Nanetta Jones, 3rd officer. Seventeen members make up the team. Tryouts will be held again on Friday at the school to select additional members. Original precision drill and dance routines are being rehearsed. with supervised activities. The playground is at Belle Elementary School on East 6th Street, and is sponsored by the Town of Belle. Energetic Grandmother's Club will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m., Belle Woman's Clubhouse, West Stubb Drive. Hostesses for the social hour are Mrs. Pansie Edwards and Mrs. Myrtle Clarke. The summer playground will continue through Friday from 11 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. for the smaller children under the direction of Mrs. Pug Hurst, Belle Assembly 7, Order of Rainbow for Girls will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the American Legion Hall, with Janey Teague, worthy advisor, in charge. Guests in the home of Mrs. Robert Entzminger of Lee Ave., attending the wedding of her son, Robert Lee Entzminger to Miss Mtem were: Scott McChrystal of Washington, D. O; Craig Bowlis and Mike Hughes of Richmond, Va., and Mike Cole an usher in the wedding from Chappell Hill, N.C. Other out of town guests attending were: Mrs. Entzminger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Conley of Huntington; Mrs. and Mrs. Harry Miller and son, David, Mr. and Mrs. Shelley Conley and daughters, Shellie and Susie, all of Huntington, and Mrs. Louise Wilson of Kenova, West Virginia. Junior Fair Outlet for Varied Crafts By Lois McCann 273-4556 COTTAGEVILLE--An event anticipated all summer by Jackson County young people, takes place this weekend. . .the 15th annual Jackson County Junior Fair. This is its second year at the Cottageville location. Last year work began on converting the old county farm into a permanent home for the Junior Fair. Over the past two years work has gone into the construction of facilities which now include a metal building where projects are displayed, a livestock shed, and a new kitchen-office facili ty. A stage has been constructed on which entertainers will perform during the event The Junior Fair provides members of the Future Farmers, Homemakers Club, 4-H, and Scouts an opportunity to exhibit projects representing a wide va riety of projects including crafts, s e w i n g , engineering, horticulture, conservation, electrical science, and 473 more classes. White, red, blue, and best of show ribbons are given in each class. Special events of the weekend, aside from live entertainment and a carnival, include a tractor driving contest, greased pig and greased pole contests, cattle grooming demonstration, queen contest, a junior livestock show, and open livestock show, and horse shows. For those who are not familiar with the location of the new County Fairgrounds, the access road turns o f f just before crossing the bridge at the Junction of routes 33 and 44 at Cottageville. Jackson County Health Department has announced that beginning Sept. 1, the regular weekly immunization clinic at the health department office will be changed from Thursday to Wednesday. The hours are 8 a. m. to noon and 1 p. m. to 4 p.m. Mt. Zion Ladies Aid will meet August 30, at the Moss Roadside until school opens, to" register Park near are Roane County line, new students. First time stu- All members are asked to attend All girls between the ages of 15 and 18 are asked to join the Ripley Juniorettes. For information contact Angela Shamblin, 372-30 65 or Rayna Morrison, 372-3704. Ripley Garden Club, and Ripley FFA Chapter are carrying out a tree identification project with the aid of Bob Richardson of the local soUconservation Sen-ices. They plan t o identify a n d label trees in the roadside park south of Ripley city limits. Services office. They plan to identify and label trees in the roadside park south of Ripley city limits. Ripley Juniorette club is planning a Walk for Mankind for October 28. Mrs. Joyce Chapman is chairman. The Ripley walk will start at Ripley High School on the morning of October 28. Participants will walk to to Ruby Lake and back, a total of 14 miles. Refreshments and medical supplies will be furnished points. at the Walker various check need sponsors who are willing to pay so much per mile. Marshall University, Division of Continuing Education plans to offer an extension reading course in Ravenswood this fall. The course entitled "Teaching Reading in the Elementary Schools" will be offered only if there is enough interest. An organizational meeting is scheduled Monday, August 28, at 6:30 p.m. in Room 105 at Ravenswood High School. Those planning to attend should notify the superintendent's office no later than 5 p.m. Monday August 28th. Students, early c h i l d h o o d through third grade, who will be attending North Elementary School for the first time this year, are asked to come to the school at their earliest convenience. The school office will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily dents should bring birth certificates, and an immunization record card to certify that all shots have been completed. Raven Riders Saddle Club will sponsor a horse show at the Jackson County Fairgrounds hi Cottageville program is today. A planned. 21-class Ribbons and trophies will be awarded. There will be no entry fee for Raven Rider Saddle Club members. Non-members may pay a $1 fee and show in any or all classes. The show will begin at l p.m. A special meeting of the Ravenswood Area Democratic Women's Club will be held Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Ravenswood Community Building. Two graduate courses In Trans-Allegheny Frontier and Supervising Teacher will be offered by Marshall University and given at West Virginia Tech this fall. The history course, taught by Dr. Otis Rice, from 6:30 to 9 p.m will be given p.m. Tuesday evenings; while the education course will be taught by Dr. Donnell Portzline, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Thursday Registration is at 6:30 Aug. 28, in Room 316, Old Main. Montgomery swimming Pool will remain open through Labor Day. Don Lucas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edsel Lucas of Falls View, who recently won one of twelve citizenship awards out of 200 young people at the State Republican Youth session at Camp Caesar, attended the teenage Republican state meeting in Charleston this week. He is chairman of the Fund-Raising Committee. Newly-elected officers of the local group include Don Lucas, chairman; Kathy McQuade and Mike Whiteside, cochainnen; Sharon Lucas, treasurer; and ECaren Lee, secretary. The jroup is sponsored by Mrs. Marion McQuade, who is cam- aigning for the State Senate in Tayette and Greenbrier counties. Local youth voters who em- arked this week for the Repub- ican National Convention are Teresa Lucas of Falls View and foamy Hamm, Tommy Layne and Mark Musick, all of Gauley Bridge. Mrs. John Tabit, of Montgomery, has been employed as assistant librarian at West Virginia Tech, beginning Sept. 1. A graduate of Montgomery ligh School and WVU, she was selected to be in "Who's Who imong American Colleges and Universities." She has been pri- ·ate secretary to Congressman Cleveland Bailey, Wash. D.C., and has taught in Florida and West Virginia, her last four years being at MHS She and her husband are the parents of four children. ing a ptp*r btNd on hit doctor. tl studies, to be published by the Ohio "Drug Studies Institute. It is concerned with adolescent attitudes towards drugs. Dr. Rucker was recently been appointed as Coordinator of Professional Laboratory Experiences at Tech. Nine representatives of the Montgomery district office of Peoples' Life Insurance will be honored by the Washington D.C. conpany at their annual sates leaders conference at the Regency Hyatt House in Atlanta, Ga. They are James Hackworth, the Montgomery c o m p a n y ' s agent, Arnold Mooney, Danny OdM, Curtto Elllion, Jack Coffmtn, Assistant Manager George Tucker and District Manager Roger Martin. Montgomery Lions will meet at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Hawks Nest Country Club. A reception will be held at 8 p.m. in Fellowship Hall at Monty Presbyterian Church in of the Rev. nd Mrs. Robert Fields, who will be leaving for Raleigh, N.C., shortly. The event is open to the public and is being sponsored by the Presbyterian Women of the Church. The Knights of Columbus will hold their installation of officers Education Building in MootfMB* try- The monthly meeting of the Upper Kanawha Valley Ministers' Council will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday at the First Baptist Church in London. The Rev. 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