Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 11, 1976 · Page 60
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July 11, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 60

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·E -July 11, 1976 Suiufavl Ctarittfcn, WMt Vlrjinli Golf Tourneys Highlight Agenda All items for the Sunday Caiette- Mail Club Calendar must be submitted to the Woman's Department on post cardi prior to 4 p.m. each Wednesday. Monday Meadowbrook Ladies Golf, Club Tournament, 9 to 9:30 a.m. tee-off, medal play. Cross Lanes Senior Citizens, 11:30 a.m.. devotional by Mrs. Robert Cline. installation of officers by Mrs. Stephanie Rader. special music, door prize, bring sandwich, coffee and dessert furnished. Pilot Club of St. Albans, board meeting. 6 p.m.. Snoney's. Altrusa Club, noon. Daniel Boone Hotel, business meeting. Childbirth Education of Greater Kanawha Valley Inc., 7:30 p.m.. physical therapy room at Thomas Memorial Hospital. Charleston Chapter 88, Order of Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Scottish Rite Temple. Ethel Javins hostess. Tuesday Sleepy Hollow Women's Golf, 9 a.m. tee- off, event low gross, hostesses Joan Valentine. Carol Lester. Berry Hills Ladies Golf, first round of club tournament, second round Wednesday, third round Thursday and final round Friday, hostesses Mrs. James Tenley and Mrs. David Ridenour. Kanawha Country Club Women's Golf club championship tournament, continuing Thursday and Friday, punch bowl, luncheon, awards on Friday, Judy Rhoads. Mickey Franz and Helen Starr hostesses. La Leche League of South Charleston, 10 a.m.. home of Mrs. Martha Zinzer. Country Club Village Apartments. 4009 Kanawha Turnpike. Building 5, Apt. E, topic "The Baby Arrives" and "The Family in Relation to the Breastfed Baby." all women interested in breastfeeding invited, for more information call 768-4472. St. Albans Women's Christian Temperance Union, 1 p.m.. home of Mrs. H.L. Freeman Sr.. 95 Main St.. program on citizenship and social service, election of officers. Teays Valley Garden Club, 1 p.m.. home of Mrs. Paul Aliss, Teays Lane. District I, Practical Nurses Assn., 7:30 p.m.. St. Francis Hospital Penthouse. West Alban Extension Homemakers, 7:30 p.m.. home of Mrs. George Stone. American Legion Auxiliary to Post 73, 7:30 p.m.. Legion Hall, speaker Miss Lorrie Shanks who attended Girls State at Jacksons Mill. Al-Anon and Ala-Teen Family Group, 8 p.m., St. Johns Episcopal Church library, Quarrier and Broad streets. Wednesday Kanawha Country Club Bridge, 9:30 a.m., reservations -with Mrs. M.R. Hamill, 342-5414. Berry Hills Bridge, 9:45 a.m., reservations by noon Monday with Mrs. James S. Conley, 342-0934, or Mrs. Norris Thompson, 343-1650. Credit Women International, 6p.m., Quarrier Diner, comedy-fasion show, music by Theresa Belcher. Great Kanawha Auxiliary to Post 3466, Veterans of Foreign Wars, 7:30 p.m.. Post Home, 5301 Vz MacCorkle Ave., S.E. Pilot Club of St. Albans, 8 p.m., business meeting, St. Albans Library. Thursday Mink Shoals Extension Homemakers Club, 9:30 a.m.. Conner and Amos for transportation to the farm of Mrs. Alfreda Buckley for a picnic. Mount Tyler Home Demonstration Club, 10 a.m.. McKinnon Church, workday and exchange of ideas, lesson on canning, freezing and drying by Mrs. Robert Hints for Food Egg whites whip more easily and give greater volume at room temperature than when first taken from the refrigerator. Priddy, conostesses Mrs. Leo Wentz, Mrs. Hazel Tinsley. St. Albans Homemakers Club, 11:30 a.m., home of Mrs. Eugene T. Moore, 611 Drew St., "Bring a snack out back." Devotions by Mrs. John Hensley. TOPS (Take Off Pouidi Sensibly) Club, 8:45 p.m., fellowship hall of Baptist Temple, visitors welcome, for additional information call Dorotha Pleva, 346-6230. Recovery Inc., 7:30 p.m.. First United Methodist Church, 14th Street and Myers Avenue, Dunbar. Friday Salvation Army, 10 a.m., 301 Tennessee Ave., games with prizes, door prizes, 11 a.m., business meeting and devotional, bring sandwich, coffee furnished. Dunbar Senior Citiiens,12:30 p.m., Myers Avenue Apartments, 1225 Myers Ave., games with prizes, bring sandwich, coffee furnished. Kanawha Court 9, Order of Amaranth, 8 p.m., Pythian Building, 211 Tennessee Ave., Irene and George Allen in charge of social hour. SPORTSWEAR T-SHIRTS SKIRTS PANTS JUMPSUITS FORMALS CASUAL DRESSES to 2 OFF Charleston J'* 1 '* ,, 9i40nirrifrSt. RdeighMall W»ne346.513l Phone 252-300S One HMr free Pirtig. Cit? Pirtiig BHg. With lour Purchase r ~ 1 / MIN0I1/OHN7/I openMon. ( j| |wf j «« ' \*/lllU -^x, [·* It-J, uyjwp ^ 90S QUARRIiR FURTHER . . · REDUCTIONS! 1 Dresses 1 Sportswear CocKtails Forma Is 1 Robes I all remaining Spring Summer · COATS ·PANTS n . ow 0 COATS I lf\ F · All-weather | / £_ p COATS t A NOW All Spring and Summer Apparel 30% . 50% .H hot weather COTTON SHIFTS Special Purchase! a very excellent $ 1 O selection | ^J were to S50 . j pre season sale of fur trimmed untrlmmed leather coats including pant coats 15% off j use your fionfeAmer/corc/, Master Charge or Q. S. Charge ^ Leather Coat Savingsofl5%to25% Yes.. .it's happening under the arch.. .now! Our entire Fall 1976 stock of hundreds pf genuine Leather Coats at amazing savings. All from our Famous Makers in latest styling, all fashion lengths from boot to hipster, and every imaginable leather tone. It's our largest selection ever of untrimmed leathers plus fur-trims of Norway blue fox, Australian o'possum, raccoon, lynx and Kip fox. Hurry in ... take advantage of special Pre-season savings!!! DONT FORGET . . . ask about our Special Coat Sale Layaway Plan Luxurious Blue Fox Trim on Sleek Cabretta Leather «238 Regularly $298 SAVE $60 B. A magnificent coat of butter-soft Cabretta leather in stunning red or alabaster. Generously trimmed in Norwegian blue fox. Misses' sizes 6 to 18. Hurry in! Hipster Length and, D-Ring Trim. Super! $92 Regularly $110 SAVE$18 D. Supple terra-cotta colored leather in wanted hipster- length. Unique double Tab and D-ring collar, zip front and cinch belt. Junior's sizes 5 to 13. Hurry! Antique Finish Cabretta with Unique Detailing. Regularly $238 SAVE $40 C. Classic antique Cabretta leather with updated mitered detail. Clutch styling with wrap belt. Choose cedar or caramel, misses' sizes 6 to 18. Hooded Cowhide in New Fashion Length. Regularly $194 SAVE $30 E. This butter-soft patina finish coat has everything! Fashion mid-calf length, toggle closures, popular hooded styling. New colors of terra-cotta or chili. Juniors'sizes 5 to 13. Rush in! Many, Many More To Choose! Regularly $238. SAVE $40 A. The Updated notch shawl collar and unique arch inserts high-light the styling of this soft 'n supple patina finish coat. Choose mocha or black, sizes 6 to 18. Regularly $128 Regularly $136 Regularly $164 Regularly $188 Regularly $210 Regularly $258 Regularly $298 Regularly $340 Ift Happening under the arch OPEN WON. THURS. NIGHTS'TIL 9 PJil. DIAL 768-0088

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