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Glenville, West Virginia
January 30, 1976     The Glenville Democrat
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January 30, 1976

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J~muary 29, 1976 The Gienvii|e Democrat/Pa~der 7 fP ? ~Dam, although not fully completed at this time, does provide some protection against flooding. After the I and 2, some water backed up behind the dam. A spokesman for the dam project said that in the the gates on the dam could be closed to prevent water h~>m going through. BY MARY FUREY CRYMES has been snowy, icy ia spite of it all. 41 School at the Cox's Officers were The follow~, g were , Neal Ware, Larry But- Reba Ware and Shackleford. The were elected; Adult young people Allman, Junior class Primary class - Pare and beginners - Sometimes the nicest reminders of the happy holidays past are the plants we receive as gifts If you're like me. you'd like to keep these growing mementoes. Millions of plants are exchanged as gifts each year, and hanging on to them takes a lot of care and a bit of skill A little luck helps, too One of the country's most popular gift plants is the love- ly Poinsettia. With its velvety red petals and emerald leaves, it's a Christmas natural. Unfortunately, along about the time holiday bills start arriving, the plant starts drooping, It's a sad sight, and friends and even the local florist will tell you to pitch it But if you're game. you can bring it back to health and even -- and this is where the luck comes in -- propagate it for gifting next season. of Mr. and Mrs. was lennings Mr. Luzader is an Tom Shackleford i Were visiting Mrs. Lee ~turday night and kits. Gideon Ellysons weekend were, Mr. Adams and Donna of Adrian Adams, l eth of Parkersburg Mrs. Page Ware Ezra Adams, other Adams, were Claude Terry and Mr. and and Donna of Mrs. Clarence Alfred and Jamie of Mr. and Mrs. Joe and Mr. and Mrs. and Steve of Cox's Mr. and Mrs. over the Weekend. was of her sister, Mrs. Reta Calvin Shackleford, W. Va. were of Mr. and Mrs. Alt Our sympathy to Mr. of Troy for the and mother, also to Cox and family. and Mrs. Burl weekend were Mrs. a~d children, and Mr. all of Massilon, Ohio. Begin when blooms stop growing by gradually withholding water When the plant's dry and the last leaf has dropped.-rest it on its side in a cool. dry, dar~ ~ag~" like a closet. Water only enough to keep soil from ~:' ing When spring arrives and you're on a closet cleaning binge, haul the plant out and repot it. Find a container slightly larger-than the original and fill it two thirds full of organic, loamy soil mix. Prune branches back to a five- inch height. Locate the poinsettia in a spot that gets max- imum sun, and water and feed it weekly When shoots reappear and are a safe six inches or so high, remove gently and plant in smaller pots, By the end of summer, if you've moved pots to a semi-shaded spot. you should have healthy, flourishing future gifts. Bring them indoors to a warm spot before first frost and continue care right up to the time you deliver them. FREE: SOIL-TEST KIT. For your free soil test kit, send a sell-addressed, stamped, long, white envelope to: Soil Kit, JOLLY GREEN THUMB, c/o this newspaper. (Suburban Features) .~-.-.-.-.-.-.-j.=-. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday -- 9 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to 1 p.m. Spring Summer Catalogs Now Available. Phone 462:::39ri:: d462.8483 Sears O A,. YOUR lEADING QOTIII[R Weston, W. Va. Y John Steinbeck's, OF MICE AND MEN will be staged February 18, 19 and 20 at 8 p.m. in the Glenville State Auditorium. The nine roles of the play have been filled since January 16 and the technical machinery is already in operation for the dramatic production. The literary masterpiece is a moving study of two roving farmhands, one of who unwittingly murders a woman, and is killed by his friend to prevent his falling into the hands of the law. Playing the part of George is Rhys Watson, a professional actor and native of Spencer. Watson has accumulated acting or directing credits in 40 community theatre projects over several years. He is a graduate of West Virginia University School of Creative Arts and was a member of the National Touring Company of "1776". At Mountain Playhouse, Jennerstown, Pa., he acquired Actor's Equity performing credits for "A Shot in the Dark " "Plaza Suite," "'Not Now _Da rlip.~" "The Little Foxes." "A Man For All Seasons," and "Fiddler on the Roof." He originated the role of Spirit McCoy in the "Hatfield and Mccoys'" play. Bob Hays wil] appear alongside Watson as Lennie Small. Hays starred as Charlie in Glenville's production of NEVER TOO LATE last fall. He is a native of Cincinnati. Ohio, and is currently the president of Theta Xi fraternity. Candy will be played by Ronnie Barr. a freshman Business Adminis- tration major from Sutton. He is also the Sergeant of Arms in the campus Veteran's Club. Tom Phillips, a freshman football player for the Pioneers, will portray the Boss. He is a Goshen, Ohio resident. Portraying Curley is Delbert Conley, a senior English maior minoring in Speech from Spencer. His award-winning Persuasion Speech, "Animal Experimentation," has brought honors to the Forensics team. Ruth Meadows will play Curley's. wife. She is an Elementary Education major minoring in History and English. Ms. Meadows, from Gassaway, is treasurer of the Ohnimgohow Players. Also from Gassaway is Jimmy Steele who will play Carlson, the big, powerful ranch-hand. He is a veteran of technical crews in former GSC productions. He is a sophomore Elementary Eductaion Maior minoring in Science, and is presently serving as Activities Chairman of Christian Fellowship and is a member of-the Louis Bennett Hall governing board. Whit. the young ranch-hand, will be played by Russell Stump, a Business : Education junior, minoring in Social Studies. He is from Spencer and is a member of the Theta Xi fraternity. Bill Hutchinson will portray Slim. Hutchinson is a sophomore Physical Education meier from El/zabeth. Send in your subscription r~ promptly. GlenviUe State College first semester honor students were announced last week by Dr. William K. Simmons. Dean of Academ/c Affairs at GSC. To be included in the list. students must have a quality point average of 3.5 or better on 12 semester hours or more. About 11 percent or 182 students of the 1.622 students enrolled made the Dean's list this past semester. Making straight A's from Gilmer County are: Mary P. Butler, Normantown; Sherry W. Jones, Baldwin, and Deborah A. Erwin. Anita L. Harold, Lucille N. Miller, Sherel L. Myers, David M. Stalnaker, Kevin W. Stalnaker and Betty B. White, all of Glenville. Other Gilmer County honor students include: Randy I. Garrett, Linn; David A. Barry. Normantown; Luann Jones, Sand Fork, Glenna M. Miller and Rondel C. Miller, Lockn~#'; and Sheila T. Richardson. Cox's Mills. From Glenville: Ronnie B. Boggs, Timothy B. Butcher, Steven W. Collins, Kimbra B. Ellyson, Debora S. Heater, Deborah L. Heft, Dennis L. Hunt, I bra L. James, Buddy Jarrell, Alysia K. Jones, Paul W. Min__jgh, Fredric M. Morningstar. Betty B. Roberts, Stella M. Scott, Angelina R. Turner. Charl~ B. White, Arnetta S. Wilson, John G. Wolfe and Jean B. Wright. Some actors believe that if their shoes squeak, they will have bad luck! Mid-Winter Specials At SANDY AND ROSE'S FABRIC SHOPPE Perm. Press Broadcloth $ .79 yd. 60" Double Knit Only 1.29 yd. Highest Priced Double Knit (Including some early Spring Fabric) Only 2.49 yd. New Shipment of Quilting in Large Pieces. Double Knit Jackets Sizes 10-18 CIoseout Special, Reg. $10.00 Boy's Flannel Shirts Other Specials Tool Hours." 10 &m. - 4 p.m. Tuesday Nite tit 9 p.m. Closed on and Sundew 3 milm hmiow Gienville on Grantsville RtmdL Now 1/2 price 2 for .00 :i! !~ii ! I | I I | | m | m | | I | Special This Week 50# of Purina Dog Food - $7.95 Shelled Corn 100-//: 6.00 Omalene 19)# : Ground Corn 100@ 6.25 Horse Et Pony 50@ i Mixed Feed 100# 7.00 Special Steer 50% 100# Nurse Gro 50# 14.24 Puppy Chow25# 16% Dairy 100# 7.84 Dog Chow25# , Pig Startena 50# 4.99 Dog Chow50# i High Octane High Protena 100# 8.26 High Protein Dog Chow50# Farm Blend Hog Chow50# 5.22 Rabbit Feed Farm Blend Hog Food 100# 7.00 Layena50# Calf Chow 100# 8.64 Scratch Feed 100# Creep Chow 100# 8.18 S 4 Ban Meal 100# 4.68 3.98 9.10 8.38 5.68 10.45 10.45 4.98 3.98 8.45 8.40 White Salt Trace M ineral High Mag Block High Mag Mix Medi Pack Mineral Nutrient I Horse Block 37% Supplement Block 37% Supplement High Meg Sweet Mag Block Sweet Mag Mineral 1-4 (each} 5-9 (eachl Bag 50# 2.59 " 2.44 Bag 100# 4.45 4.30 Block 50# 2.35 2.25 Bag 50# 2.88 2.78 Bag 100# 5.31 5.11 Block 50# 2.95 2.85 Block 40# 4.45 4.24 Bag 50# 7.05 6.80 Bag 50# 7.85 7.25 Block 40# 5.09 4.94 Block 40# 4.17 3.87 Block 40# 4.47 4.27 Block 33%# 3.24 2.94 Bag 50# 5.05 -4.80 10 over (ea.) 4.09 6.70 | 7.15 | 4.81 | 3.67 4.07 2.78 4.68