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4 The Glenville Democrat/ Pathfinder January 6, 1977 Watch TV show, earn GSC credits Viewers of "Roots", the 12-hour series to be seen on ABC television outlets WOWK-TK Huntington (Ch. 13) and WOAY-TV Oak Hill-Beckley (Ch. 4} from Jan. 23 to Jan. 30. can also take a three hour college credit course from Glenville State College that ties-in with the telecasts. "Roots" traces the history of a Black family from today to its forebears in The Gambia, Africa, of the 1750's. Writer Alex Haley devoted 12 years to this project of genealogical research. This exhaustive search and Haley's talent produced a rare history of a Black family from colonial days on. That the end of the book and telecasts prove to be an affirmation of life is testimony to the love, kindness, pride and aspirations passed onto each succeeding generation. The horrors of being torn away from family and an African villiage and being sold into slavery become very real to both viewer and reader. Both the book and telecasts vividly depict what is meant to be a slave, the debasement of the individual, the lack of control over one's life and the physical abuse a Black was forced to undergo. Glenville State College is offering a course, Social Sciences 399, "Roots of Black America," which for the most part, parallels the time period of "Roots. Where the book, published by Doubleday and Co., and the telecasts concentrate on the Haley family, the course relates also to the typical experiences of Afro-American Blacks. For more information on the course call the Academic Affairs Office at Glenville State College {462-7361}. TOM'S Gun and BowShop Buy, Sell and Trade Gun repair and refinishing Sand ForkRoad Phone 462-5267 .-.-.v.-.v.,.'.'.'.'.'..'.v.,'......i::;:v...v.v.v.v...........v...-. :::.'::'..::::::-.-. ::::'..'-:c" :'.:: By Thelma Shackleford The Cox's Mills Church had their Christmas supper at the church on Saturday night, Dec. 18, at 6 p.m. A delicious meal of turkey and all the things that go with it were enjoyed by  II. Everyone had a good time. Clowser Dozer Service I i i i I n i I i n i i ID mm m i Cat. D5--JD - 450. C Cedarville W.V. 26611 Phone 462-7167 r 462-7844 |iN|gDiN||||N|iDIlNaluNiniNl||||u|gnnn|i an ears STORE HOURS Im O Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday -- 9 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to I p.m. Mid Winter Sale Catalogs now available Phone 462-7374 e r CATA'.OOSA,.00.S00,CHA00 OWNED AND OPERATED BY JANET DEAL Illilaniill|ililina|l|n|lgiinllialalli|l On Sunday, Dec. 17 at 10 a.m. the children of the Cox's Mills Church gave a wonderful Christmas program. Christmas guests of Russett, Irene and Neal Ware, were Dacel Ware of Parkersburg, and Debbie Waters of Cox's Mills. Holiday guests of Rema Burton were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langford and Jeff of Painsville, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Burton and son of West|n, Mr. and Mrs. Run Burton and Toby of Cox s Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shackleford of West Milford and Michael and Joseph were Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shacldeford. Orelene Butcher of Cox's Mills has been a patient in the Stonewall Jackson Hospital after a truck accident. She and Kimmie and Tammy Butcher were enroute to Weston when they were involved in en accident near Linn. Kimmie had an injured arm, Orelene sustained back injuries. We wish them a speedy recovery. Holiday guests of Page and Reba Ware were, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ware, Mark and Craig of Dayton, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ware and Andrea of Parkersburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Adams, Beverly and Beth of Washington, WV. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Ellyson were Mr. and Mrs. Wade Adams and Donna of HarrisviUe and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ellyson of Williamstown. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shackleford were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Shacldeford and sons of Hundred, WV, on Tuesday of last week. i sbarbbodaa. ..=ir"  t  ,  ', =*   IntereSt compounded continuously from date of deposit to date of withdrawaL Effective annual yield 5.12%. Highest interest rate permitted by law paid regular np accounts. . Open an account and watch your savings grow at \\; The Weston National Bank Member of ED.IX. & Federal Rese Sptem Otlier savings plans & certificates of deposit also available. City questions fire department (continued from 1) acting as their own contrator the Clayton St project would probably be possible. Davidson also informed the council that Monongahela Power had agreed to erect a light pole on the curve on Powell St. for no charge. The city council voted to place a street light on the pole. Council accepted Robert Minigh's resignation as city building inspector. Minigh recently took office as one of Gilmer County's magistrates. Bulletin Just before oing to press we learned that Glenville State College tailback Leandls Hodges has been named to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletic's [NAIA] second team as a running back. New adult ed class The adult night class schedule at the Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center has been fmalized. Classes will begin on Monday, Jan. 17, and Wednesday, Jan. 19. from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Each class will continue 12 consecutive weeks. Monday Night classes are: Adult Basic Education (G.E. D. Preparation}, Cooking for Two-Four, Crocheting, Auto Tune-up, Front End Align- ment and Brake Overhaul, Basic Electricity, Advanced Welding, Basic Arc Weld- ing, Upholstering, and Fund- amentals of Woodworking. Wednesday Night classes are: "A Lovelier You" (a beauty aids class for working women), Your Health and the Services Available to You, Cake Decorating, Ac- counting If, Intermediate Typewriting, Complete Engine Overhaul, Beginning Carpentry, Machine Shop, and Advanced Sewing. A booklet listing fees, instructors, will be distributed schools. For further Calh, Box 42A, ( phone 354-6151.   1 Gilmer gridders named All Senior Q -- I am enrolled in vocational rehabilitation training. I have dental probelms which cause illness that interferes with my schooling. Am I eligible for treatment by the VA? A -- A veteran who is pursuing vocational rehabilitation training is entitled to a dental examination by the VA. Extent of dental treatment will be determined at that time. Q - To be a volunteer at a VA hospital, is it necessary to work every day? A -- Typical volunteer assign- ments range from a few hours to a full day or two each week. opies of each week's Glenville Democrat are available at Community Super Market, Sum- mers Pharmacy, The Grill, Conrad's Motel, GSC Bookstore, Pioneer Grocery, Superette, Go.Mart Food Store, The Towne Bookstore, and Gflmer Graphics, Inc. Several Gilmer County High School football players were mention- ed in All Little Kanawha Conference selections recently announced. named on the and junior end, named on the Six players mention. They senior, offensive son--senior, Maxwell--senior, Danny Smi le; Willard Wri and Randy Four players honorable mention. Miller--junior, Miller--senior, and Keith Randy Miller second team "A" by Nedra Alltop Day Pritt entered the Calhoun General Hospital last week; he is improving some. Roy Alltop, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Alltop, entered the Calhoun General Hospital last Thursday and underwent surgery that night. He is PLAN AHEAD ENROLL NOW For Feb. Class Graduate as a Professional Hairdresser Government Grants Are Available G.I. and Veteran Approved "START YOUR CAREER TODAY" A NATIONALLY ARff BEAUTY NOOL CLARKSBURG BEAUTY ACADEMY 339 W. Pike SL, Clattsbu W.Va. Ph. 624-6473 Free information NAME ADDRESS CITY ,STATE. ?H. doing very well. Elder Fred Calhoun General be moved to Jan. 5. Mr. and Robyn; Mr. Grafton, Ohio Mrs. Clarence Mr. an MicheUe i Wilbert Reed and Mrs. Tim Smith, Sheila from the Gr Harlen Alltop Mr. and Mrs. Elyria. Ohio are the birth of in Oberlin, The Terra Mr. and Mrs. Gilmer County. GreS Mrs. Ruth Reed. Nelda Alltop volunteer work at Hospital as part of Vocational Center. : this career when high school in june. Mrs. Louise visiting her Mr. and daughter from Mrs. Glen Carlton Mohr; Beall and Mr. and Mrs. New Year's ! Jonuo00/Cleoron i Our ",nventory has now been completed and, we must now clear out all w,nter erch .. I, Coordinated I i! Sportswear : Specialty Shop ,' Weston -- Buckhannon Open Friday until 8:00