Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on September 10, 1972 · Page 22
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September 10, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 22

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6B--Spet. 10, 1972 *Sunday Gasette-Mmt __--_ Charletton, W«st Vlr«lnli 13 City Artists In M.H. Exhibit Morris Harvey College has in-jp.m. Monday through Friday, 11 vited 13 Charleston artists to a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and 1 to exhibit their work through Sept. 5 p.m. Sunday. 19 in the Geary Student Union. The show opened this week. j$82,406 Jaeger Street The artists are Rosalie Atkins, ^ , . * i i Rosa Bradfod, Helen Bratt, Contract Awarded Robert E b e r b a u t h, Warren The State Department of Engstrom, Pan! Kline, Milton ^Highways has awarded an $82,Koslow, Julie Newhouse, Evelyn i40t street surfacing contract in Ray, Ruth Riley, Grace Martin'laeger, McDowell County, to the Taylor, Mel Verost and Guy WH Contracting Co., Bluefield. Watson. The firm was low bidder in an _GaJlery_hours arc 2 to 4:30! Aug. 22 bid opening. I INVALIDS-INFIRM-BED PATIENTS! YOUR OWN Hospital Bed FROM BOLL Ha»t Htipilol Comfort Convenience Right In Your Own Homo and SAVE! We Have In Sleek All Types Hospital Beds and Accessories · Electrics · Semi-Electric · Multi Height Beds · Fixed-Type Beds RENT YOUR SICKROOM NEEDS FROM BOLL Kanawha Valley's Only Complete Sickroom Rental Service · Wheelchairs (AllTypes) · Alternating Pressure Pads · Bathtub Rails · 0»er-bed Tables · Aluminum Walkerettes S e a t s · Bedside Commodes (adjustable) · Sitz Baths ·B«d'iM · Urinals · Decubitus Pads · Hjduulic lifts · Toilet Frames til Types (ASK US ABOUT MEDICARE!) We TJ/"VT T Free Parking Deliver J3v/-LlJLl a * Our Door RENTAL SERVICE 717BIGLEYAVE. PHONE 342-3431 s 27,000 Acres Of Timberland In Upslmr Sold J. M. Huber Corp., has sold approximately 27,000 acres of timberland and lumber manufacturing facilities in Upshur County to a North Carolina firm for $2.9 million. The Republican Delta at Buckhannon reports that a deed 'iled at the county courthouse ndicates that the transcation is the largest recorded in the coun- '· The buyer was Coastal Lumber Co. of Weldon, N.C. Huber retained the rights to :oal and other minerals beneath he surface of the land. Death Notices Leighton D. Allen | Smith lodge AFAM in Russell, Leighton D. Allen, 56, of Alum Personal Attention O u r IVrsnnal A t t e n t i o n , wlici, y o u i i r p I ' i i l l e d u p o n t o p u t a l i n e d one to ri-st. and the burden ol your grid' makes a t t e n - t i o n t o d e t a i l s d i t ' l i c u l t . r e l y upon us I" I'arry out your pvcrv wi.-h in the selection ol a I'inai ri't-tin;: place. M ONTGOMERY MEMORIAL PARK London. W.V.. on Route 60 Dial 442-921 2 Office.Bontsomery.W.Va. Dial 442-4601 When you see the school supplies you need... You'll be glad you use Gazette-Mail Classified Ads. For A Helpful Ad-Visor-Phone 3 48 48 48 All those school clothes, notebooks, filler paper, pens, pencils, lunch buckets (and food to fill them) add up fast. That's why many families know it's a lesson well learned to turn possessions they aren't using into ready cash. And, they do it with Classified Ads. It's this easy: Just check your home for good things you don't use ... bicycles, toys, musical instruments, sports gear and home furnishing-,. Make a list and cali the number below for a helpful Ad Writer. Place your money-bringing ad today and send your children off to school with all the things you want them to have . . . the easy way! Creek, died Saturday at Thomas Memorial Hospital after a shor illness. He was an employe of FMC Corp. and was a member of the Alum Creek Church of Christ. Surviving: wife, Gae; daughters, Mrs. Karen Curry of Alum Creek and Mrs. Judy Runyan ol Rockledge, Fla.; son, Marlin of Alum Creek; sister. Mrs. Goldia Miles of St. Albans; brothers, Richard of Nitro, the Rev. Wal- .er Allen. Sidney and Bilfof St. Albans. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday at the Curry Funeral Home in Alum Creek with the Minister Don Wright officiating. Burial will be in Forks of Coal Memorial Park in Alum Creek. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. today. Frank Audrick Frank Audrick, 57, of Scarbro in Fayetfe County, died Friday in Oak Hill Hospital following a short illness. He was a retired miner. Surviving: wife, Sophia of Ky. Mrx. Burdette was a Chesapeake and Ohio Railway fireman. S u r v i v i n g : wife, Marie; daughter, Mrs. Ruth Johnson of Ronceverte; sister, Mrs. Bessie Foster of Huntington; brothers, George W. of Piney View and Dwight M. of Buchanan, Va. Service will be 2 p.m. today at Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home in Ronceverte with the Rev. Billy Shiley officiating Burial will be in Salem Cemetery at Organ Cave where Masonic rites will be performed. Friends may call today until service time. Tampa, Fla.; sons, Franklin, Gary and Bobby, all of Tampa- daughter, Carol of Tampa'; Drothers, Jimmy of Oak Hill, Bill of Beckley, John of Richmond, Va., Tommy of Clear water, Fla.; sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Beaver of Oceana; half-brother, Joe Sweeney of Hilltop, Fayette bounty Funeral be 2 ).m. Monday at Tyree Funeral Ipme in Oak Hill with the Rev. Bill Menefee officiating. Burial will follow in the Hilltop Ceme- ery in Hilltop. Friends may call from 6-to-9 p.m. today. Raymond R. Dickens CLEVELAND, O h i o - R a y - mond R. Dickens, 65, of Cleveand, formerly of Kayford, W. Va., died Friday in a Cleveland lospital after a long illness. Surviving: wife, Ruby Ash Dickens; sons, Lathan, Bill, Gary and David, all of Cleveand; daughters, Barbara of Cleveland, Sue of Buffalo, N.Y.; mothers, Charles of Giles, W. Va., Sam of Worthington, W. Va.; sisters, Mrs. Lola Lane of larmony, W. Va., Mrs. Eliza Boggess of Columbus, Ohio; 15 grandchildren. Service will be held at 1 p.m.i Tuesday at Bodnar Funeral Home in Cleveland. BlRlN CHROMATIC ONE-BUTTON TV TUNING Zenith recently introduced its most advance color picture tube, the 1973 super Chromacolor, described as offering "a major step up in brightness, contrast, picture detail, and richness of color." And with Zenith's new Chromatic one-button tuning, all the user has to do to get a perfect picture is push the solitary Chromatic tuning button. This automatically resets all four elements--brightness, contrast, color level and tint--to factory perfection. See Zenith for 73 at your nearest dealer. Shown above is 'The Avante III', all-in-one home entertainer from Zenifh. Marvin A. Baldwin Marvin A. Baldwin, 53, 642-A Clay Ave., died Friday in Charleston General Hospital aft- T a short illness. He had been an employe of the Town Tops Taxi Co. for 25 years. Surviving: wife. Lessie; sons, Richard of Charleston, Bob oi Lincoln, Ka., Greg, at home: daughters. Miss Lisa Michelle Baldwin of Charleston and Miss Melissa Baldwin, at home; sisters* Mrs. Icey Olive f Frame and Mrs. Gladys Christy of Aaron Fork and Mr. Ethel Windon of Columbus, Ohio; brother, Jessie of Charleston. Wilson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday at the Soyine Memorial Church of God Mission on Hanna Drive with the Rev. C. C. Wolfe officiating. Burial will be in the John Beane Cemetery in Sissonvjlle. The body will be at the residence until one hour before the service. William Crawford William Ronald Crawford, 82, of Quincy, died Saturday en route to Charleston Memorial Hospital. He was a member of the Dry of Branch Freewill Baptist Church and was a retired miner, having last worked at the Wyatt Coal Co. at Eskdale. He was a member of the United Mine Workers. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Myrtle West Crawford; sons, Roger of Flint, Mich.. Duane of! California, Scotty at home; daughters, Mrs. Reathel Grady of Chelyan, Mrs. Jean Sheets of j Pratt; stepdaughter, Mrs. Nina' M. Wells of Poughkeepsie, N.Y.; brothers, Lester and Claude, both of Dry Branch; sisters, Mrs. Betty Armstrong of Dry Branch, Mrs. Maude Ball of Charleston; 10 grandchildren. Visitors may call at Pryor Funeral Home, East Bank, after 3:30 p.m. Monday. Mrs. Mary Bryant Mrs. Mairy Orilla Bryant, 82, ·» --»«-oio«:i, um,. E lot Zanesville, Oio, formerly of |Brodie of Cleveland, Ohio. I Point Pleasant, died Friday at Cm ~ i ~ """ u - " - Harold E. Harbin Harold E Harbin, 63, of 1498 Washington St. W., died Saturday at his home. S u r v i v i n g : wife, Grace, "Toots" Harbin; brother, Carl C. of Eau Gallie. Fla.; half- brother, Jack of Cleveland, Ohio; half-sister, Mrs. Eleanor the home of her nephew Robert Sayre. She was a member of the New Haven United Methodist Church and a member of the WSCS of the Heights United Methodist Church in Point Pleasant. Surviving: several nieces and nephews. Service will be 1:30 p.m. Mon- jday at the Wilcoxen Funeral] Home in Point Pleasant with the Rev. Herb Capehart and. the Rev. Charles Frum officiating. Burial will be in the Lone Oaks | Cemetery in Point Pleasant. | Friends may call at the funeral jhome after 4 p.m. today. Harry C. Bnrdcllc RONCEVERTE--Harry Carl jBurdette, 65, of Ronceverte, died Friday after a short illness. Service will be 11 a.m. Monday at the Cunningham Funeral Home with the Rev. Archie Snedegar officiating. Burial will be in Tyler Mountain Memory Gardens. Friends may call at the funeral home. Mrs. Mae Morris Mrs. Mae Eunice Morris, 53 of 1546 Kanawha Blvd. E died SKIPPY PEANUT BUTTER Save 10 cents toward the purchase of any size jar of Skippy Peanut Butter with the coupon f r o m their ad appearing Wednesday, September 13, in the Charleston Daily Moil and Thursday, September 14, in The Charleston Gazette, Skip, py is made with U. S. grade #1 peanuts for true peanut flavor. It spreads easily too. Our pro duct display picture was taken at the Oakhurst Foodland supermarket in Charleston with Gary Hudson, store manager, and Linda Dials. . He was a lifelong resident of Ronceverte, a member of the Highland Park United Methodist Church at Second Creek and al Hospital after a long illness. She was a resident of Charleston for 12 years. Surviving are the husband, Samuel; daughters, Miss Jessie White of Miami, Fla., Mrs. Delores Burton, Mrs. Audrie Long and Miss Berna Morris, all of Charleston; sons, Samuel A. Morris of New York City, S. Sgt, Larry A. Morris with Air Force at Oscota, Mich.; mother, Mrs. Jessie Russell of Charleston; brother, Harry Williams of , Charleston; 10 grandchildren. The body is at Preston Funeral Home. KRAFT MAYONNAISE Save twenty-five cents. Just for t r y i n g K r a f t ' s real mayonnaise, even if you're happy with yours. Their ad in the C h a r l e s t o n Doily Mail Wednesday, S e p t e m b e r 13, and The Charleston Gazette Thursday, September 14, has a 25 cent mail-in-offer for the housewife. Discover velvety smooth Kraft mayonnaise now in the handy wide-mouth reusable jar. Undo Dials is Pictured at left with a quart size jar of Kraft Mayonnaise. HAVK YOU rONSIDBRKD. The selection of Memorial Property tor your f a m i l y liplbre the need arises? Jl will, you know, suddenly M u n n i m o * . Col. this Protection. WHEN" YOU HAY, not \ V H K N V O l ' MUST. Hpr» vm. I^fTr rhoice. a nicely |m:aii-d F a m i l y K.-tale or Crypt Space in the rvewChapel Mausoleum. Call or write today. CUNNINGHAM MEMORIAL PARK OLD RT. 60-KANAWHA TERRACE AT HIGHLAWN ST. ALBANS PERPETUAL CARE PHONE 727-4349 WINCHESTER IS HERE Winchester little cigars are here. Winchester is packaged 20 per pack and costs less than cigarettes. New golden taste. New filtered smoothness. It's not a cigarette. Not just another little cigar. It's something else. Pick up a pack or carton at your favorite tobacco outlet today. ".Mrmorials of D i s t i n c t i o n Sinre 191 L v (ears /Monument ompany X liuil(lrr (if lirllrr memorial-. TASTES THE MOST LIKE FRESH Freshlike solid packs every can of green beans with four hearty servings. Then freshlike quick cooks them in less liquid to make them taste most like fresh. And if Freshlike green beans are this good, just imagine how good the other solid vegetables taste. Enjoy Freshlike goodness soon. Produced and Edited By GENERAL ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT NEWSPAPER AGENCY CORPORATION PUBLISHERS OF: The Charleston Gazette $harlc?fon G\/KTTK-M,\IL

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