Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 16, 1974 · Page 66
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 66

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 16, 1974
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I**? 16. Women Schedule Out-of-Doors Activities 01343.7131 £ lt#m* far tk# SiuMby CM ¥· mittt kf titkmitted *·* «ut"s Dtpurtmeml »f tkte fcy 4 p.m. * T*.y Kauwka Ckapter, :· Association of the Physkal- C ly Haidicapped. 2 p.m.. - Humphreys Pine Room, in\ stallation by George W. · Matheny. election of con* vention delegates. ; Monday iKanawha City Social and Civ- · ic League, 8 p.m.. clubhouse, 744 57th St.. SE. Tuesday : Meadowbrook Women's Golf -.. Assn., 9 a.m.. penny-a-putt. t; hostesses Irene Perkins and ;i Bernice Wade. ;Edgewood Ladies Golf Assn., '· tee-off 9 a.m.. low net-odd I holes, hostesses Mrs. yBrooks McCabe and Mrs. 1 Bertram Payne. 'Tyler Heights Homemakers t-.Club, 10:30 a.m., Communi- * ty Chapel Church activities ^ building, lesson by Mrs. ^ W.A. Basham, hostesses " Mrs. Donald Shahan and 2 Mrs. Basham. '·Welcome Wagon Newcomers * Club, 11:30 a.m., luncheon, * Ernie's Esquire Club, reser- v vations A through H with '.'·' Mary Lou M c L a u g h l i n , .'· 346-5538, 1 through Z with ; Audrey Mus, 776-4777. :·· Senior Citizens of South Char- '·'. leston Recreation Center, ·; 11:30 a.m., Little Creek '.' Park. Shelter 2, door prize, ;* games, bring sandwich, drinks furnished. Union Extension Homemak- " ers Club, 12:30 p.m., home of Mrs. R.J. Woods, 847 Glendale Ave., program by Mrs. Ruth Fitzgerald, devo- · tions by Mrs. Ruth Logan. American Association of Retired Persons, 1:30 p.m., . Lee Terrace, L. A McGinnis, state director, to speak. Country Club Acres Garden Club, 6:30 p.m.', family picnic, Little Creek Park, Area , 2.-. Charleston Creative Arts and " Crafts Club, 7:30 p.m., host- iK'ess Margaret Johnson, Ste- ·· ?. phenson Court on Virginia n Street, Apt. 6, cohostess "':' Lena Cowan. " South Charleston Chapter 131, -; Order of Eastern Star, 8 , ..p.m.. Masonic Temple, 210 | ,;Seventh Ave., South Char]'-. leston, installation, social V hour with Mrs. N o r m a .;'::, Thompson. ; Green Valley Extension -.'; Homemakers Club, 8 p.m., ;? v home of Mrs. Howard Pat;'- terson. 2308 Monroe Ave.. St Albans, lesson by Mrs. William Ashley. IK* Wednesday · j K a n a w h a Country Club 5 Bridge, 9:30 a.m., reservations w i t h Mrs. H. E.. ·i Frome, 1535 Bedford Rd. % Berry Hills Ladies Bridge, '·$ 9:45 a.m., reservations with ·£ Mrs. A.C. Hamstead, |; 346-7164. ·r Woman's Club of Charleston, £ H a.m., summer bridge- '3; brunch, open to public, table 5 prizes, players bring own £ cards, reservations by noon Monday with Mrs. Dana ·i Carnes, 768-7950 or call club 5 342-1611. '·-, Pilot Club of Charleston, Inc., ;^ noon, program and lunch, ;f- speaker the Rev. J. Claire r| Jarvis of St.. Marks United 1 Methodist Church. j How Can If C Q. How can I shampoo my " r soiled furniture upholstery? $ A. First vacuum it tho- J roughly to remove all loose f dirt, paying especial attention ;. to the crevices. Then whip up f a thick, dry suds, using an Ceggbeater, a little water, and ;lots of good, common, mild, 'synthetic detergent. Brush the ; dry suds on the upholstery, a ;small area at a time, using '.·ONLY the suds, no water to isoak the fabric. Wipe the ./soiled suds off right away with ; a damp cloth. St. Ate** Sewwr Ciincw, i puu.. Villager Apartments, 650 Sixth St.. St. Aibaos. bring sandwich, riddle and a friend, dessert furnished by United Church Women, games with prizes. MMtessMi Public Prescftta- tiot, 7:15 p.m.. YWCA, Quarrier Street. BOM Ha Cottrt 77, Ladies Or- ieital Shrue, 8 p.m.. Scot- tish Rite Temple, band unit to serve refreshments at social hour. MM Gamma Chapter, Alpha l»ta Sorority, 8 p.m.. home of Mrs. Frances Buchanan. 1014 Dartmouth Ave. Thursday Sleepy Hollow Women's Golf, 9 a.m.. longest drive on holes 15 and 7. hostesses Freda Shai and Marge Morris. Senior Citizens of Nitro, noon. Nitro Women's Club. Second Avenue and 23rd Street, bring sandwich, coffee furnished, all senior citizens welcome. Charleston City Council, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, 7:30 p.m.. home of Mrs. John Patterson. 623 Ragland St., South Charleston, vice president's committee workshop. Friday Golden Age Club, 10 a.m., Salvation Army, 301 Tennessee Ave., games with prizes, door prize, business meeting, devotions, bring sandwich, coffee furnished. Dunbar Senior Citizens, 12:30 p.m., Myers Avenue Apart- 1225 Myers Ave.. Duahar, gasaes with prizes, bring sandwich, coffee furnished. Nitr* Ctapter 13, Order «f EastenStar, ?:3»p.m., Ma sown- Temple. 19ta Street, tnstallatiOD. social hour. . Order «f Ike 8 p.m., installa- tkw. httswess uaeeiifle. re- freshjnemts by Mrs. Iva Davis aad Mrs. Ora Lee Grass. Utentatiwul Cl«b, 8 p.m.. YWCA. program on Antarctica by Dr. and Mrs. Charles Staats. Salwtoy Ct«h ( 6:30 p.m.. dinner meeting. Rose City Cafeteria, South Charleston, host chairmen Mr. and Mrs. Myron Bergstrom. Use Want Ads Dial 348-48-48 shop mondoysond fridoys 10 to 9 weekdays 10 to 5 COMFY STRETCH SLIPCOVERS IN SOLIDS OR FLORAL PRINTS Opry Is Planned GIVE THEM A HAPPY WEDDING PRESENT MR.C®FFEE: FOR PEOPLE WHO WANT COFFEE GOOD ... AND FAST 39.95 BENGAL The South Charleston YMCA is sponsoring a chartered bus trip to Nashville, Tenn., which is open to the public. The bus will leave the ·Y' at 614 Chestnut St., South Charleston, at 1 p.m. Friday and will return next Sunday. Fee for the trip is $74.50, which includes transportation, two nights lodging at Ramada Inn, tour of The Hermitage and Tulip Grove, tickets to the 9:30 p.m. performance of the Grand Ole Opry, and admission to Opryland. Those interested in making the trip should call the South Charleston YMCA, 768-2732 or . 768-2101, to make reservations. 20% OFF SALE \* It's drip made, restaurant style coffee. Never bitter because it's never boiled. Never a messy clean up because the filters are disposable. Get Mr. Coffee for your home or office. It makes a full ten cup decanter in less than 5 minutes. Once you take that first sip you'll know why everybody loves the coffee Mr. Coffee makes. Another Mr. Coffee exclusive. A hot wafer funnel that /e/s you moke hot wafer instantly. Perfect for hot tea, instant soup or gelatins. WESTBURY EARLY AMERICAN « SQUARE CUSHION 41/40 . f.ll «LL SO CUSM CHUBS «IL SWEEP 'KM SQ. W I C.U5H. Wonderful no-iron covers that stretch to fit winged Colonial furniture, sweep arm chairs, sofas all of today's hard to fit styles. Another plus feature-- the/re machine washable and never need ironing. BENGAL Green, Gold, Red, Brown or Rust. WESTBURY: Brown/Gold, Blue/Green or Red. REG. SALf REG. CHAIR 20.00 15.W REG. SOFA....: 40.00 31.W EARLY AMERICAN CHAIR ... 23.00 18.39 EARLY AMERICAN SOFA.... 46.00 36.79 SLIP COVERS-Fourth Floor 45 T-C'JSHION ALL. OPEN ARM 16 CHAIRS G. E. UNIVERSAL SPECIALS ·S," Formal Wear For Your WEDDING EARLY AMERICAN 42 WING « 2 SQUARE CUSHIONS cj/ct '·-.%-u : f i JS" sor^s . M/M .ind ALL S.VF.EP iPV t SO or t CUSM i 2~ to fl'--flacks 64 · 10 93 . infl ALL SV.ltH *»V .' VJ C' I CUSH (2/J4 HIDE-A-BEO EARIT AMERICAN 3 Sa. 01 T-Cuihioni Arm* 4~ IQ 6" Wingi 11" to 17" BlCKt 6fi-10 I*" STA-PUT FOAM BACK THROWS 20% OFF PORTAILE MIXER ...- 3 speed finger tip control plus fingertip beater ejector for easy cleaning. A Jfl .:·' ' . . ; · Model UM5 V,4T '.. ' . · . V Can Opener ... Opens most standard size cans. Easy clean removable cutting assembly. Handy cord storage. · A JA ' ,_ . ' ModdUC-14 9.4TM Steam ICDry IrM... 25 vents for steam dry ironing. Easy to read fabric. guide. Plus high cord lift to prevent accidents. m ~ _ : ^ Model U150 10.49 2 beautiful patterns with stay put foam backing laminated to a sturdy cotton and Courtaulds Fibre® rayon fabric to give you a dust tight throw that never slides or slips. ABERDEEN .. .Tone on tone textured solids of Green, Gold, Brown, Melon, Blue or Red. SIZES REG. SALE SIZES .REG. SALE 60x70 .9.00 7.19 120x70 18.00 14.39 90x70 13.00 10.39 140x70 22.00 17.59 SURREY ... A beautiful floral knit throw in multi colors or Blue/Green, Gold/Red or Brown combinations. SIZES REG. SALE SIZES · REG. SAli ADCDnccw, 6 °* 7 ° 7 '°° 5S * ' 120x7 ° 16 -°° '2.79 ABERDEEN 9 0 x 7 0 noo gjf U0x70 2QOO ,5^ THROWS-Fourth Floor for hundreds of other uses ... indoors and outdoors, 10 PC. CLUB ALUMINUM SET stock sizes 4 to 5 2 ADAMS Formal Wear Rentals Sales 114 McFarland Ph. 343-2851 Colorful porcelain permanently bonded to the outside, gleaming sunray aluminum finish on the inside. Foods cook in their ow.n juices for extra vitamins, minerals and flavor. It will not discolor or peel. Colors: Avocado, Harvest Gold or Poppy. SET CONSISTS OF: 1, 1'/? and 2 Qt. Covered Saucepans, 10" Open Skillet, 4 V? Qt. Dutch Oven and 8 V?" Omelette Pan. 19.95 OPEN STOCK VALUE 79.20 1305 DUMB AR A VI. 3 blocks west of 1-64 Exit DUNBAR, W.VA. Specializing in Large and Half 's greatest selections in SIZES 16 to 5 2 .«i 14 Vat. 32 Va ·SWIMWIAt ·SNOtTS ·NNTSWTS ·MISSES · LUKE IK ·CO^INIATiS OPEN THURSDAY 'TIS P.M. 0 Samsonite SAMSONITE SILHOUETTE SUMMER SPECIALS SAVE NOW! BUY NOW FOR UNUSUAL SAVINGS LIMITED QUANTITIES SamsonheSi-houette'the lightweight that can take the heavyweight handling. All the famous Silhouette features, classic styling, recessed locks, deluxe linings, Absoiite" sides and exclusive lightweight magnesium frames. FORUMCS Compare At SdePrke S«¥t Cosmetic Case 38.00 27.9S 10.02 21 "Weekender...: 40.00 31.98 8.02 24" Pullman 48.00 37.98 10.02 26"Pullman 58.00 45.98 12.02 HandiTotes 30,00 23.98 1.02 COLORS: HMKT Ml «r Sky MM (all sizes not in both colors) FORMER Compare at Sckhrkt S«ft 21" Companion 40.00 31.98 8.02 3 Suiter 63.00 49.98 13.02 COLOR: Olive LUGGAGE--Mezzanine * k

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