Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 27, 1972 · Page 24
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August 27, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 24

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oil--Aug. 27, 1972 Sunday Gazette-Matt ----ChtrMon, WMt Vlrtlnl*-- Jackson Fair Winners Named [School. His speech will be enti- (tled "Women. Hogs, and Taxes." A Blueficld resident, Dr. Cooge is a former superintendent of Mercer County schools and president of the West Virginia Education Assn. * · · Kith 'N Hills Little Theatre will present the Agatha Christie By Lois McCann 273-4.556 COTTAGE VILLE-Four-H members in Jackson County received top prices for their animals at the Jackson County Fair this past weekend. Grand champion at the fair was a pure white Charolais baby beef, . . _,, raised by Greg Purslcy. The [English courtroom drama "Wit- First National Bank of Ripley i ness for the Prosecution" Nov- bought the animal for $1.20 per'ember 17 and 18 at the Ripley pound, for a total of $1,224. High School auditorium. Open The reserve champion was [reading tryouts will be held at raised by 4-H member Chuckle Epworth Methodist Church Pursley. The animal was pur-' 7::?0 Pm - September 7 and 1:30 chased by the Jackson County 1 ?-" 1 - September 9. Bank of Ravenswood for 61 j ,,,,. * " * cents per pound or $950. , Th^ty major and minor roles Grand champion hog was ex-' are °P en for 17 men - f " ve wom- hibited by Olin Shockey of Rav-i en and e ^ nondescript char- ens wood and purchased byi a c t e r s Grant Donohew Reserve cham-1 The organizational meeting pion hog was exhibited by Ber-;f or the Mborris H ^ f 3 purchased b TM semester class m Riplfy * Dr. James McCoy. , wi] , ^ hdd 6:;i0 w Grand champion market lambiday at Ripley Junior High, was exhibited by Melame Boggs, * » . of Sissonvillc and reserve cham-i Jackson County Young Repub- pion by Gcarl Barnett. 'licans will meet 8 p.m. Monday Ada Gayle Wallace, daughter!at Republican headquarters in of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wallace,'Ripley. A rummage sale is of Ripley. was crowned 1972 i scheduled for Sept. 2 on the Jackson County Fair queen by!courthouse lawn. Anyone wish- last year's queen Susie Rawl-iing to donate articles should ings. First runner-up in the con-'contact Mrs. Enoch Staats or test was Susan Miller: runner-iMrs. Butch Chapman, up, Patti Nutter; and third run-! . , , , * . * . * . , , ner-up, Esther Conwell : A pot luck P lcnlc Wl11 be held Best of fair winners'in other I P' m ' VTM ay at ** Evans categories included- Clothing£? 1 ( grou ? ds s P° nsor «l by the and grooming. Tami Chenow-'TM p , ley r f^ a Women's Demoeth: ready to sew Belinda East-! Cr ?, ll P C 'H^ Ke y note speakers.-., er; making your own clothes \TM * Ahda Rockefeller, sister _ Julie Groves "and Kim Vannest;'!° f An £ ? f t w °^L pre creative clothing, Criss Hutchin- sent £' ^ John Slack, Chaun son; Donna Hupp, good groom-^ ey Downing, Denzil Gainer, ing; Suzanne Morgan. foodT; Gus Douglas . s TM d T . om Wmner The annual Eastern Star Picn YOUNG CHUCK PURSLEY WITH HIS PRIZE WINNER Reserve^Champion Was Purchased by Bank Debbie McCoy and Louanne McCoy, tricks and treats; Mary Francis Casto, all-American foods; Shannon Landis, meals for today; Tammy Duckworth, chat 'n chew; Susie Rawlings, meal planning; Susan Enoch, baked desserts; and Mona Denning, yeast bread. Other best of fair ic will be held at the Eastern Star home at Millwood at noon Sunday. * * » Ravenswood High School Prin- 'cipal Jimmy T. Wyatt has announced that students who did not attend Ravenswood High last year and have not been :r best of fair winners lasc y ear ana nave not been Kathy Hoffman, this i s registered must report to the T^ -- H: XT..11 _ ._ i f~, · tJliinanfo nfftr*o TW/wirla^r TSuio-- were 4-H; Patti" Nutter and Criss Hutchinson. h o b b i e s ; Carla McClung, Indian lore; Patti V, ,,. --- "-' ---- ,, --guidance office Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday between 9 ia ' m - and 4 Senior TM.~.u,, 5 , jMui.ii. iuie, a ' - - N u t t e r , room improvement- ^ miors interested in enrolling in - · - ' t h e two college credit courses, MONTGOMERY Rev. James Leaving Baptist Church For Education Post at Marshall By Barbara Nelson The Rev. Jack James, pastor of the Montgomery Baptis Church for the past four years is leaving to become assistan professor of education at Mar- I ply needs of the hospital and the, Youth Assn. at a recent meeting community. ,al Findley College, Ohio. A bloodmobiJe unit will be at' Tech on Sept. 20 and 2! with! The Montgomery Garden Club Jaris Parsons, bicycles; Mike'~;r ",~ Linvillle, photography: Bruce ° u , - j^ · i . . . . . _ xonnnl i Cunningham, handicraft; Greg S i m m o n s , archery; Cathy Wines, dog care; Bruce Cunningham, potatoes; Forest Fowler, West Virginia trees; Deanna Gandee, wild flowers; Robin Raines, birds. Pam Conrad, West Virginia's representative at the regional frisbee tournament held at Columbus, Ohio, this week, was Ravenswood High School in cooperation with Parkersburg Community College, should bring permission slips signed by their parents. · * * State Policeman Glenn Seymour, commander of the Ripley Detachment, has announced the assignment of trooper 1st class M. P. Cook of the Welch Detachment to the Ripley unit. Cook will assume his duties in jumuus, umo, inis weeK, w a s ; , n--* ,T , first runner-up in the girl's divi- Jackson Countyjm Monday sion. The sewing workshop sched- l ° Practice for all interestd r u 1 - , pley graduates will be held 6!~f, ar J T p.m. today at Memorial Stad-li'TM[ ium for the Liniment Bowl| p Game. The Liniment Bowl game i Sybil Simmons a t t h e shall University. A graduate of Houghton (N.Y.) College. Mr. James received his Master of Divinity degree from the Colgate-Rochester Divinity School (N.Y.), and a Master of Education from Alffcd University (N.Y.) In addition to the Montgomery post, he taught classes at West Virginia Tech. last week with an honor assembly, electing Miss and Mr. Upward Bound--Donna Campbell and James Freeman. Miss John Cavailer of Smithers, city recorder and principle of the Oakland School, has been named by the Fayette County Board of Education as director and supervisor of elementary schools in the county. He will replace Ronald A. Steele, who later visits planned for other sites. was the blue-ribbon winner in Class 45--C a n d i d a t e s Open House--at the Fayette County --"~ »-«v v»»v j. Mj^iit; VJWUIJLV The Upward Bound Program!Flower Show held in Oak Hill at West Virginia Tech ended|last weekend. 1 Mrs. Harry Pirrung of Montgomery won top honors in the horticulture division, and Mrs. T. C. Sims was awarded 3rd Campbell is a Meadow Bridge! P"ze for her rose. ~~ ligh School graduate, while! , T , r , ,,, , Freeman graduated from South! T he , Gaulev Garden Clu Charleston. Both W i l l he Pnlr»rJ Ce !Y ed flFSt P lace honors T , r ,~~T"7 ,,, , T he , Gaulev Garden Club re- 'harleston. Both will be enter-! :ng Tech this fall. Church on! retjred in j une been P° sL ' has been with Ravenswood graduates will 'named one of the "outstanding K ,, T _ L _ _ at.'elementary teachers of America" for 19?2, according to Brooks Wolfe, elementary prin- begin 8 p.m. Labor Memorial Stadium. Laurie Ann Kapfer of Ravens-i wood has been awarded a Board j of Regents scholarship in the 1 field of journalism to attend SIlHoll West Virginia University this ' « . - · * . Plans Revival Jim Sonte. executive secre- Dr. Wallace Campbell, director of the Upward Bound Program at West Virginia Tech for the past year and a half, has resigned to become principle of Oakland Elementary School in Smithers. Dr. Andrew Wachtel, a psychiatrist, who came here from Nashville, Team., will be the executive director of the Mental j Health Program for Fayette Ra- jleigh, Monroe, and Summers Revival services will be held counties. He will be connected Plans are being made for the 30-year reunion of the Montgomery High School Class of 1942. Addresses are being sought by 'hyllis Durrett, at 442-9152 and by Margaret Curry Workman. New books are available this week at the Montgomery branch of the Fayette County library, (held in the Montgomery Wom-j ' , table arrangements in the Adi visors Banquet class at the flower show. Mrs. Ronald Adkins of the Glen Falls Garden Club won the arboreal award. Charley Cobb, football coach at West Virginia Tech, will discuss the 1972 football season with Montgomery Rotary at a 12:30 p.m. luncheon Friday in the Tech Center Dining Room. en's Club House), which is now' W. G. Philips, Herb Fields open from 2:30 p.m. Mondaysjand Ray Beck of the Henrietta 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesdays,(Lodge No. 82, Montgomery Odd and from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturdays. "~" . . . A party for all senior citizens of the Montgomery area will be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Education Building on First Avenue. There will be games, prizes, and refreshments for all. Anyone needing transportation may contact Mrs. Myrtle Giovanazzo, at 442-9572, or Mrs. the last Grand week's with the Satellite Center in main office Fellows, received Lodge degree at . two-state convention in Barkers- burg. Raius Destroy Three Villages Near Khartoum is at tary of the West Virginia Edu cation Assn will speak at the| e ach evening at 7:30 p.m." Mon 11 a.m. Wednesday busmess'day through Sepl 1 at the Shi- 1 Ferris. Th P meeting of CEA-ACT at Ripley M Baptisl church, 306 Wash- j Oak Hill. HlCTn oCnOOl : infffAn Ct IT I -- · j *-"""**·' iv " .i*_v.*i aiivi i-irc JJUULJU, *' - - -a -- ^..^ RPV T h » n r f M ' Dick Morrison, director of re-! wil l be on display in Tech Cen- outskirts of Khartoum, the Mid- nev. n e o o. o r e MC- ?ru j tment and Co] Roy L ter during September. | die East News Agency reported r n- n «..« _ j : · _ * . ,,_ i- ,, i- _ . ' frnm 1 hf 1 SiiHanACP ^anif al nn - ... . Pnor tc.theopening session of i James Recco of East Bank at 1595-26%. ^ _^ ^ ! "The Inward Eye." an art CAIRO--·:/?»--Heavy rains dei exhibit for Tech and the public str °.Yed three villages on the _.:,,,. __ _,:_ , . ,, . _ ' outskirts of Khartoum, the Mid- school, CEA-ACT will sponsor a ^ar and pastor of the Unity breakfast to honor new teachers (Fellowship Missionary Baptist from 8 to 9 a.m. at the Pioneer : cuhurch m ctaca g°- of Ze Red Cross Cen Alum u \.\f j a.in. ab llie i lulled ! , ° ' ' -- rpr in Htintmotftn Vialn nn n«* Hearth Restaurant. : the guest evangelist. Mr. Me-^ U oS Sin5 for F«v" - - - Farland is a graduate of the i g f. m ?? tlol ? al . J? 66 ""! i?r Fay- Montgomery W. R. "Pete" Cooke will be:Central State College of Wilber-L e7tte Count y th i s ^ eek Wlth West Auxiliary ie kejuote speaker when Jack-!force, Ohio, and the American j), J r g ' n ' a T f h ' Montgomery *' __ _ 'from the Sudanese capital A rummage sale will be held | Saturday. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 5-8 at the! Tiie agency said seven per- United Methodist Church by the sons are missing following the Montgomery General Hospital torrential r a i n , which started . . the keynote speaker when Jack-!force, Ohio, and the American , son County teachers assemble Baptist Theological Seminary in \^? r ? [ TM? p , lta1 ' and Union Wednesday at Ripley High Nashville, Tenn ! Carbide officials. The purpose is Belle Mothers Club Plans Style Show By Mrs. James F. Chaplin I home on West Gardner Avenue 049-2641 after vacationing at Myrtle Due to the Labor Day week-iBeach, S.C. Mrs. Pauline Hard- end, Mrs. David Harless, presi-Kvay of Kanawha Street accom- rient of the Childcraft Mother's panied them. Club, announced that the meet- ______ ing planned for the first Friday; Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Gregg of of the month has been post- West DuPont Avenue recently poned until 7:30 p.m. Sept. fi visited their son and daughter-, with Mrs. Judy Akers of Second; i n -law and family, Mr and Mrs Avenue, DuPont City. The pro-!Joseph L. Gregg of Virginia! gram will be a style show,| Beach. Va. They then visited at! "Fashions for Fun." ^cracoke Island, Cape Hatteras 1 Officers for 1972-73 include: and Nag's Head, N.C. i Mrs. Harless, president; Mrs.S · j Shirley Atkins, vice president;! Mr - anfl Mrs. Doyle Asburyll Mrs. " Peggy West, secretary; iand daughter, Kim, of West 11 Mrs. Stella Winter, treasurer;Central Avenue, visited i n l j and Mrs. Nancy Siriers, parlia- Washington, D.C., and Arling-!i menlarian. l o n Va -. with Miss Wilma Bea-!J bout, formerly of Belle. The summer playground at Belle Elementary School spon-' Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Heck ofi| sored by the Town of Belle is Springfield, Va., visited Mr. and closed for the season. Joe Snod- :Mrs - Gerald Thorn of East 10th|. grass, director, reported above street and were accompanied 1 average attendance over-all dur- nome °y tneir daughters, Laura; ing the season. Jcan and Becky Sue, who visit-! ed the Thorns and Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. James Anthony;Keith Pritt of Charleston, for ail Semesco and children. Jimmy i week. and Janey, have returned to -- I Iheir home in Daytona Beach, Mrs. Viola Hailey and sons, Fla.. after visiting his father,-Jimmy and Larry, have re- Charles Semesco of East Ninth turned to West DuPont Avenue Street. · lf(or v 'isit:ng Mr. and Mrs. Warren Keeney of Hopewell. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Clinc of Fourth Avenue, DuPont City : Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Clines mother, A I r s ' K d w a r f i Da y "f West Reynolds i J. B. Showalter of Pocahontas[ Avenue wer e Mr. and Mrs. Rob-i County, have returned after vis-! ert W ' , Da y and f a mily of Roan-'j iting the latter's son and daugh-l 0 ^' Va - and Mr. and Mrs. 1 ter-in-Iaw. Mr. and Mrs. Charles I Thomas K. Day and sons of Showalter of Atlanta. Ga. J Reynoldsburg, Ohi,,. Mr. and · 'Mrs. Day are now visiting Mr.I Mr. ami Mr?. Kenny Mark-,and Mrs Jim Day of Charlotte. ham have returner! to their 1 Mich. establish a countywide program to fill the total blood sup- Tommy O'Brien, son of Mr. ; Friday morning and continued until dawn Saturday. The army was placed in a j IM i^j j A,U ' lllc dlm .y w as piacea in a and Mrs. Edward O'Brien of state of emergency to help in Kimberly, was elected president rescue work and distribute food of the Church of God's National the agency added. REAL ESTATE LOANS TO QUALIFIED BORROWERS UP TO $15,000 1st or 2nd MORTGAGE YOU CAN BORROW ON YOUR PROPERTY TO CONSOLIDATE DEBTS, PAY FOR AN EDUCATION, PURCHASE MAJOR APPLIANCES OR ANY OTHER WORTHWHILE PURPOSE GUARANTY SAVINGS AND LOAN 915 QUARRIER ST.-CHARLESTON Ph. 343-9433 · AUTO AND MOBILE HOME LOANS ALSO AVAILABLE I Copyright in: - rue I Ureter Co. lltms Ml I Prices toor) »»t«l nui thru seoltmbtt 2. I U72, We reserve tfte I ruht lo limit quin- liiliei. Ntne Stld l« I Deilers. W[ Rf Df f M FEOEMl If 000 STAMPS! 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