Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 27, 1972 · Page 12
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August 27, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 12

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12A--Aug. 27. 1972 Sun tiny GOSPHP-Mail -- --Charleston, W«t Virginia BUSINESS C. L. Smith Gets Bank Post; Energy Crisis Seminar Due Freedoms Foundation Cites 2 Schools SMITH .NELSON C. Larry S m i t h has booni?rp!. " in the Charleston Civic elected a vice pvpsirifnt of K a - i C e n t e r . Principal speaker will be Dr. nawha Vallev Bank. Smith is in the morlaaco loam l.comutl ('. Nelson, president of department and has bren \villv\Vrsl V i r g i n i a Tech. the bank since i!).-~7. He is a The purpose of the program is graduate of the Northwestern to point up the fact that the University School of Momgage n a t i o n is facing an energy crisis tee work in the association and for civic work with the Salvation A r m y . Goodwill Industries and the Charleston Exchange Club. Banking and the We-! V i r g i n i a am! to suggest methods of con School of Bankins. serving energy through mor HP is vice president of ihe efficient use of building materi- Charleston C h p p t r r of the A m e r - ' j i U and equipment, says James ican Institute of B a n k i n g . S m i t h . C. Hively. chapter president. a n a t i v e of Nilro. and his w i f e , ------Judith A n n . are parents of three James A. Stogden, president children. The f a m i l v lives 1522 loth Street W. in'.Vitro. at of Patterson. Bell Crane Co., has received the Agent of the · Year Award given by the West The Charleston Chapter nf the Virginia Association' of Inde- Producers Council will conduct pendent Insurers, an energy conservation s e m i n a r Stogden was cited for commit- T l h W . f t I ) . .M. S n u l h I ' h a r l i ' I'hnnr TI-I-.'II.V; 20% OFF SALE ON AERO DRAPERIES .MAIM-: TO Y(H R M K A S l R K M K M S · Your lovply new draperies will bp tailored to any w i d t h and any length. · Hundreds of s t u n n i n c fabrics to choose from. · No long wait -- o t i ' l l have \ our new draperies in ahoul two weeks · Bring in 2 ( t w o ) simple measurements--Width of rod, and from lop of rod to desired lenRth. I H I V T \ I I S s | |||% UMMJKnSJlMllAlS\JUC ) \ U .» I 0 \ l l)|{ U M . U I I I K0\l M.-Cl.l N(. * M O K ( , A N Robert L. Campbell has been elected to succeed his father, H P. Campbell, as president and general manager of Guthrie- .Vlcrris-Campbell Co., wholesale dry goods firm here. The elder Campbell retires this week after heading the firm since 1941. He is past president of the National Association of Switzerland for gold chromium Textile and Apparell Wholesalers:plating, officials say. and a trustee of the National! The company produces color Wholesale Assn. chromium in its remodeled fa- Othor officers of the company, cililies covering 20,000 square are John W. Campbell and Phil- feet. VALLEY FORGE, Pa.-Twoj Madison Grade School will re-! The award includes an all-ex- West Virginia schools will receive a principle award, the pense-paid trip for a teacher ceive national honors from Highest honor in the school catc- and a student, selected by the Freedoms Foundation at Valley gory, "for studies and activities Forge at 10:15 a.m. Thursday at encouraging the development of the West Virginia state educa- student leadership and responsi- tion offices in Charleston, W. ble c j t i ze nship " .Va. i ! State Supreme Court Judge: iThorton G. Berry Jr. will pre-ln i A · » i sent the awards to Thomas Jef-j" ol8on Appointed ferson Junior High school! nor j Charleston, and Madison Grade! lo DL Position j School. Madison. i ,,_,,,,, _ I The award to Thomas Jeffersoi ELKI ^S _ Dr. Thomas B.j Junior High is for having re-!Poison has been appointed vice ceived 10 George Washington!president and dean of student school, to Valley Forge and Philadelphia, Pa., Washington, D. C,, and Fredericksburg, Va. STOGDEN CAMPBELL lip E. Manker, vice presidents;: Charles W. West, secretary, a n d j Elmer H. Booth, treasurer. i Plans are to build a multimil- ion dollar shopping center to be known as Tygart Valley Village New officers of the West Vir ' i n E l k i n s ' says a · 1 ' oint statment iginia Bakers Assn. are Cariyle by John F ' Crow!ey ' pittsbur g h JS. Bolen Jr. of Bluefield, president; Charles A. Spelsberg Jr. of ClarksDurg, vice president; John Shumate of Charleston, treasurer, and W. Myron Eberly of Charleston, secretary. Clyde Ranson Jr. of fiav C. region vice president of W. T. Grant Co.. and Jules Patt. president of PM Co. of altoona, Pa. The cent will house a Grants store, a supermarket, chain drug store, twin movie theaters, restaurant and offices. Parking! will be provided for more than 1.000 cars. Honor Medals in the Freedoms affairs at Davis and Elkins Col- Foundation's 24-year awards , « , , ,. program. The school received ! le , ge - He was formerly dtrector i the medals for its editorials ini° f student activities at Queens-1 the Jeffersonian, the school's!borough Community College,! newspaper. Bayside, N. Y. PARAMOUNT BEAUTY SALON HAS RETURNED TO SOUTH CHAS. OWNER WILMA GUMP and a complete Staff are there to serve you. LOCATED AT 713 OAKS AVE. NEXT TO THE SOUTH CHAS. MOUND the former location of BUTTONS KUT ANDKURL PHONE 744-3691 OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY Call. Inc.. has received the Clean Knight A\vartl from Detroit Diesel. Allison for sales- Concord manship. The award is made to distri-jPgJg butor parts managers who sell ' · 1.000 or more clean tip "N" con- ATHENS--Gregory .1. Pels of: version injectors symbolizing thejPrinceton, has been appointed) company's commitment to solv-|field representative for the con-; ing environmental problems. William H. Yost Jr. of Blue- program at! tinuing" education Concord College. He replaces Arthur L. Ed: field has been made track engi-! rnun ds J''-- wno took a teaching Ineer of the NW's Lake Regioniposition in Virginia. The pro- in Cleveland Otis L. Roberts. a'S? 3 " 1 ' through practical educa- native of North Fork, will r e- tional courses, will assist in the) place Yost as division engineer idevelopmenl of more successful) of maintenance for the Pocahon- P roflt making enterprises in I stas and New River divisions. I Southern West Virginia. It will Billy T. 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