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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, September 10, 1972
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SB--Sept. 10 » 197 2 Sumlov Guetf,Maf MONTGOMERY 5 Named to Fayette Zoning Ordinance Appeals Board By Barbara Nelson 442-3111 Following the official adoptio of a new Fayette County Zonin Ordinance on Aug. 9, the follow ing citizens have been appointee to the Fayette County Board o Zoning Appeals: Joseph A. Mar tin Jr. of Montgomery, for one-year term; J. H. Allen Fayetteville and Arthur Wi borne of Oak Hill, for 2-yea terms; and Mark Miller of Oa Hill, and Carroll Miller of Gau ley Bridge, for terms expirin Jan. 1, 1975. Miller has been authorized t call an organizational meetin of the group in the near future Thereafter, the meetings will b monthly. The zoning ordinance was pas sed after public hearings las year, with seven previous years of study and planning. The Fayette County Court wi select a zoning enforcement offi cer, a building inspector, an secretary shortly. The Public Service Commis sion has authorized the CO Railway Co. to withdraw from service the railroad station in Montgomery for the purpose o dismantling, selling, or leasing the same. The city has been dickering with the CO to us the area for parking. There will be a meeting of h board of directors for the F. 0 Harris Park at 7:30 p.m Wednesday in the Montgomery office of Louis Tabit, chairman Concerts will be available to Band Club To Meet At DuPont Mrs. James F. Chaplin 949-2641 The DuPont Junior High Bane Sponsors will hold their first meeting 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the band room. All interested parents are urged to attend and memberships will be sold. Officers for the coming year include: Mrs. Nancy Birch, president; Mrs. Wilda Muncy, vice president; Mrs. Loretta Mays treasurer; Mrs. Janet Howard, secretary; and Mrs. Rosemary Atkins, ways and means chair' man. The band will perform Thursday for "Meet the Squad Night" at 6 p.m. at the school athletic field. Refreshments will be served in the cafeteria. Mrs. Kenneth Fultz of East Seventh Street, assisted by Mrs. Richard Fidler, will entertain the Belle Garden Club with a fondue party at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. "Boon or Bane," a program on insecticides, will be given by Dr. J. A. Durden, an engineer with Union Carbide of South Charleston. Mrs. Ira White Jr., president, announced that dues are past due but will be accepted at this meeting. The Women's Auxiliary of the Belle Fire Department wil meet 7:30 p.m. Monday in the fire station, East DuPont Avenue. Any interested wife of a fireman is welcome. Mrs. Victor Ashley will serve as hostess. The Belle Degree of Honor Lodge 93 will meet at 7:30 p.m Monday in the American Legion Hall. Mrs. Refoa Lewis, president, announced that plans for the district meeting on Oct. 8 in Fairmont will be made. Mrs May DeBar, state director of the Degree of Honor Lodge from Fairmont, will make an officia visit. Tech and the public all this next week. The Coffee House Circuit --a series of young musical performers-will be presented by Matthew and Peter from 8 to 10 p.m. Monday in the Bears' Den Tech Center; from Tuesday on Tech 1 to 2 p.m Mall, and from 9 to 10 p.m. in the Bears' Den; 3 to 4 p.m. and 9 to 10 p.m. Wednesday in the Bears Dew; 1 to 2 p.m. Thursday on Tech Mall, and from 9 to 10 p.m. Bears' Den; 1 to 2 p.m. and 8 to 10 p.m. Friday in the Bears' Den; and from 8 to 10 p.m. Saturday, also in Tech Center. A class in gymnastics will egin Monday in the Falls View lool Gym. Beginners and in- :armediate pupils will meet rom 3:30 to 5 p.m., while advanced classes will be held from 5:30 to 7 p.m. For enrollment or information call Teresa Lucas, at 779-7861, or Harriet Fish at 779-9245. Miss Lucas and Miss r ish will teach the classes. Two former Montgomery High School students who were par- icipants in the Upward Bound 'rogram at West Virginia State College this past summer, were elected by ABC (A Better Chance) to attend private schools this fall. Dennis Avery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Avery of montgom- ry, will attend Phillips Exeter icademy in Andover, Mass.; Rick Howard, son of the Richard Howards of Kimberly. will attend Western Reserve in Hudson, Ohio. Training sessions for basic Girl Scout leader orientation will be held from 10 a.m. to _ p.m. Thursday in the Panel Room of the United Methodist Church, Montgomery. A more advanced class and workshop is specified for Sept. 21, and an outdoor training program is scheduled for Sept. 28 The Boomer Volunteer Fire Department will meet at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the Boomer Fire station. The Montgomery Lions Club will maet at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the Tech Center Dining Room. The Morris Drive Improvement Clul) will meet at 7 p.m. Monday in the Community Center. Knitting classes are still open and are being held at 7 p.m. Wednesdays. The group is still asking for donations of sewing machines. Naomi Chapter of OES will meet at 7 p.m. Monday in Masonic Hall, Montgomery. ^ The CCD School of Religion or Catholic preschoolers up through the eighth grade will start this Saturday from 10 a m o 11:30 a.m. in the Education Building, Montgomery. Business Booming In Jackson County Popular Sally Peterson, 2]-year-old Miss Utah, screams her pleasure as she hears that she won the Miss Congeniality _ title, an award voted by the other contestants in the annual Miss America contest at Atlantic City. (AP Wirephoto) Use Want Ads. Dial 348-4848 By Lois McCann 273-4556 RIPLEY--Business is booming in Ripley. It must be if one can judge by the number of new business building projects under way. Total building and remod- owned food market which has grown rapidly, is expanding its building to become one of tlia largest independent food markets in the state. Other building projects Include an office building on the Boulevard by Grant Donohew, eling projects total over $4,- ° 00 ' 000 - an office building by Rolio'skii One of the largest and mostmore, a building by the Good- modern will be the First Nation- w in Brothers, lawyers, on al Bank building. Ground was Church Street, a new Kroger broken in July at the corner of'store, and a new front for the North and Court streets, and the' R 'Ptey Bowling Lanes. completion date is summer ofi 1973. The Little Sandy Homemakers A contract will be signed for a wil1 hold basic sewing work- new $220,000 library at the cor-j sh °P at the Little Sandy oom- ner of North and Church streets m . u «ity Building at Sherman in the next few days. A new! w ' tri Mrs - Joan Kapfer as in- water plant is being built, lines i^fuctor, at l p.m. Wednesday, are being extended and other'" : ~ : * improvements are under way hi the water system to increase capacity. A new junior high Visitors are welcome. New officers for the Ripley - - - - F * High \.Myu\,ibj. *-» iron juiUUI J U g J l school is being constructed next | re : Susie School Student Council Steve Brown, president; Miller, Marci Anderson and Judy Drake, vice presidents; Kim Casto, secretary and Canl Broscious, treasurer. to the present Ripley High School. The new Hardman Supply Co. building just outside the city limits on South Church Street is Fi i m! of ,,,,,,,, Rinlo .. ,,,-_., p.m. and is open to all fans. Calvin Cook has been appointed by the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation as counselor to serve the handicapped in Jackson County. Cook will carry out the following weekly schedule: new Episcopal church is being built. The McCoy Brothers are milding a motel and restaurant building in West Ripley in sight of the interstate. Dr. James McCoy is building a hospital for veterinary medicine in West Ri)ley also. Dr. Ernesto Josef is building a new office building between the Professional Build- Health Teaching Jackson' General ng and the Unit, next to Hospital. Tuesdays, 10 a.m. to noon at Our Savior Lutheran Church, Ravenswood; Wednesdays, 1:30 to 3:30 p.m., Department of Welfare, Court St. Ripley; Fridays, 10 a.m. to noon, Depart- The Big R. Market, a locally ment of Welfare, Ripley. ^ PROGRAMMING SYS n TEMS SUPERVISOR a^^^s 6 -- m^l^4^J^5lH ( ,,.. - . . u - , £ PROGRAMMER-COBOJ- PROGRAMMER Analyst ^ n 4'years experienc ations on 360/30 quired. 1401'SPS :Starter able commercial/manufactur- OBOL (D) /or ASSEMBLY tenance experience a strong deadlines widle projects s s COMPUTOR OPERATORf I Permantnt wtltion for an Individual to . ooerate a 360-30 d.!c and tapi ivstem from 4 to 12 midnloht. Will alio br reiooniible for th» Mention of peripheral equipment and teleoroceuina., Good ularv and frlnqt btntflti. At: · lust * mot. of builnm tiperlence on some form of computer raotilrtd. 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Training offered ir "OGRAMMER keoDWtunltv exists In crow- n-ilzed manufacture for a r on IBM 340-20 DOS r on ionn joi^u UUS. PO- " . . , ir«s minimum i-2 vaars )rogramrn«r w i t h VlSr^r-^Jd-JLj.f ., HaDOine*! I* a warm blanket »nd using Iht MARK IV flit manw*m«nt »v*1*m. svts- 'tlon l» working with thoit ·o KivtlODHl MARK IV, lh« Juitrv'i l e a d i n g oCucl. u 1 1 b* «xp»rl*nctd h .. COBOL uslno DOS. nwledq* of accountlnu. 9 n ulacturlng »DDllcatlon I RPG rtgulrad. 1 to 1' iri exotrltno. vou ara a brloht [ SYST6W PROGRAMMERS with itgnHieoirt «· tn dltidl I T n'naaatntifi" "* tinarntina svt fold* The Belle-View Garden Club will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday with Mrs. J. G. Johnston Jr. at her home on West Riverview Drive in Hollylawn. A series of six courses will be taught at the monthly meetings on flower arranging by Mrs. Johnston, a national accredited flower show judge. The Belle Home Demonstration Club will meet at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Daniel Boone Park for a picnic. Members are to bring a covered dish. The American Beauty Temple, Pythian Sisters, Lodge 140, will meet in the American Legion Hall at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Belle Rainbow for Girls, Assembly 7, will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the American Legion Hall, East DuPont Avenue. Election of officers will be held. The Belle Fire Department held a going away party for James Wick and presented him with a gift from the department. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Armstrong have returned to their home in San Francisco, Calif., by way of Ottawa, Canada, after visiting his mother, Mrs. Frank Lowther of East Fourth Street. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McKillop and family of Arnold, Pa., also visited her mother, Mrs. Lowther. Use Want Ads. 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