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February 5, 1976

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February 5, 1976 The Glenville Democrat/Pathflndm" 'i 7 by Theima Shackleford F Masie Lydick Lydick of Walnut was honored by her and their families in observance of her 79th birthday. She has been a resident of Gilmer County for her 79 years, OPEN TIL 10 PM EVERY NIGH] PHONE 4(::)2-8404 bUPERETTE lb HARNESS Itop lifts still $1.75. quality P "Closed Sun. El" Wed. Lew/s St. tr.oot of Town Hi/I \ r SET FOR W. VIRGINIA hearing test will be Conrad Hotel in third Wednesday of p.m. to 4 p.m. by Hyre. Certified AudioioRist. AID SERVICE W. Pike St. W.Va. 26301 L.J. Hale, employment and placement officer for the Bureau of Public Debt, visited the Business and Office Occupations classes at the Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center on Jan. 27. Mr. Hale explained some of the Bureau's activities at the Parkersburg facility, where all U.S. Savings Bonds are processed. He said that the bureau handles over one million bonds per day. All U.S. Savings Bonds purchased or redeemed must go through the 1,300 person work force. He also discussed salary scales and job opportunities with the students. An average of 650 cards must be punched per hour by the bureau's key punch operators. Because the Career Center has key punch machines similar to those of the Bureau of Public I ebt, he thouRht students would have a good start over the average typist in obtaining employment in the keypunch sections which has about 250 workers. THE IDEAL Gift -- A sut~cription to the Hometown Newspaper -- The Glenville Democrm and The Glenvflle Pathfinder. FO LfSON EnY TAX SfRVlfl Main Street G rantsville, WV HOURS Man, Tue, Wed 1-4 p.m. Friday I - 7 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. 354-739O 9 f m Q. * Gibson * Zenith Refrigerators Televisions See the Zenith Color Sets on display. We install and service all sales. PLUMBING Et FURNITURE G lenville Phone 462-7355 SERVICE ONLY WHAT WE SELL STORE HOURS Tuesday, Thursday, Friday -- 9 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to 1 p.m. g Summer Catalogs Phone 462-7939 -- 462-B483 ,I.Ihori: ,d (;A'i'AI,()(; KAI,ES MER(]IANT OWNED AND OPERATED BY JANET DEAl. Sand Fork Elementary School Principal, M. Thomas Dooley has announced the honor students for the second nine week period. Straight A students are: Sherry Burke, Don Reaser, Bryan Groves, Gary Layne. Karen McHenry, Char- lene Vanhorn, Shelly Morris. Sandra Moyers. Rick White. Sands Gainer. Rose Cottrill. Short Gainer and Cathy Marks. Honor students include: Veto Frame, Ingegart Jadamsld. Larry Hanson, Rhonda Morris, Tom Putnam. James Snyder, Christine Thrasher, Robin Waugh, Elizabeth Marks. Beverly Pritt. Christina Ratliff, A.J. -Stewart, Tim White, Maria Bayer, Rite Cottrill, James Jones, Juanita King. Lois Luzader, Sbelia Greathouse, Ronnie KuhL Robin Montgomery, Tommy Tallhamer. Pam Thrasher, Connie Allen. Howard Carr, Ruth Collins, Greta Frame, Carol King. Core Persinger, Patty Pritt. Wendy Rollyson, Patricia Thrasher. Randy Luzader. Pare Hickman, Cindy Lowther, Laura Mills, Jeff Montgomery. Kenny Osborne. Wands Shackleford. Loretta Smith. Cathy Marks. Deans Burke. Mark Spaur, Donna Smith, Melinda Collins, Steve Marsh, Lesa Townsend and Terri Woodyard. Tanner Elementary School straight A and honor students for the second nine week period have been revealed by Principal Roger Brady, Straight A: Kimberly Cunningham, Shown Steele, Chasten Harder, Susan Rhinos Hanlon, Roger Mason, Tony Hamric. Jo Ann Freshour, Brenda Roberts, James Meadows and Bruce Smith. Honor students: Luke Hinzman, MicheUe Messenger, Robin Radcliff. Eddie Carter, Mark Dollenger, Mark Bailey. David Core, Beverly Robinson. Sharri Cain, Richard Edman. Donald Woedford, Jerry Chapman. Tins Robinson. Grog Dolllgener, Faith Harder. Karen Stepbens. Traci Hurst, Robert Radcliff. Roseann Reale, Shane Gragg. James Stout. Lynette Boggs, Kimberly Robinson. AriSe Bush. Lori Hinzman, Jan Roberts. Jim Oppe, James Chapman, Jimmy Fitzwater, Cheryl Miner. Marlene Hickman and Martha Hickman. James Shock. Principal of Nor- mantown Elementary School, released the list of first semester honor roll students. Straight A: Koran Brady, Sherri Stalnaker, Gregory Miller, Roberts Beall, Tommy Stalnaker. Timothy Moore, Charles BeaU. Rebecca Beall, Dorothy Miller and Larry Skidmore. Honor Students: Jim Martin, Paul Mizmey, Pamela Bourne, David McElwee, Dawn Hacker, Kelly Nliller, Christine Minney. Daniel Minney. Brenda Persinger. Donna McCumbers, Margaret Jenkins, Layne Reed. Todd Bailey. Lynn Goodrich, Jackie Parsons, Kim Cain, Kevin McElwee, Gone McNemar. Brett Turner. Kathy Miller, Debars Jenkins, Ronald Minney, Georgeann Boggs. Andy Collins. Jill Brady. Shells Cottrill. James Linger, Robin Gower. Judy Clowser, Wilma Mohr. Linda Farnack, Rhonda Parsons. Carol Byrd. Christine Kimble and Peggy Runyon. Service State Selective Service Director, Harold E. Brown, has announced cancellation of the annual registration which had been tentatively scheduled for early spring 1976. The change in plans is a result of the Department of Defenso's most current analysis of requirements for draftees and the Selective Service System's obligation to satisfy these requirements at the least possible cost. Continuous registration with Selective Service. which was the method used since 1948. was suspended on April 1. 1975 by a Presidential Proclamation. Action was initiated to plan for an annual registration system to replace the continuous registration procedure that had been in effect. The National Selective Service Director has announced a sweeping reorganization of the Selective Service System which will curtail all registrant processing, including the annual lottery drawing in 1976. He commented: "There is no need for a lottery drawing this year due to the incomplete registration of the 1957 year-of-birth group. As a result of the reorganization and reduction in force that will soon be effective, all registrant processing will terminate. "Annual registration planning has been completed, and with refinements will be kept updated as necessary for use in the future should the President determine that registration is again needed. We will remain ready to implement the plans if necessary." Noting the full cooperation and assistance offered by the American Legion, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the National Guard Bureau, many government agencies and schools, the State Director said: "These organiza- tions offered their full support, including their facilities for registra- tion sites and their people as volunteer mSistrazs. 1 ~ be remiss if I did not thank each of these organizations for their full cooperation. The assistance so completely offered by all interested parties indicated a full measure of success for our venture into the new registration procedure." Brown noted that young men born after April 1, 1975 are in no jeopardy for not having registered with Selective Service due to the fact that registration was suspended on April 1, 1975. Ha also noted that lottery numbers will not be assigned to young men born in 1957 or later years until such time as registration with Selective Service is resumed. /|ecreaf/oa Ceaail noella| sparsely atteaded The Recreation Center Council elected new officers at a meeting held at 1:30 p.m. on January 28. Everett Mason was elected president: Bertha Olsen, vice presi- dent: Viona Skinner, treasurer and Losretha Keesucker, secretary. Loren McCartney suggested that the Council should consider building a Show Ring behind the barn and possibly put bleachers on the hill above the ring. Loren McCartney, Harlan Hogue, Nelson Garrett and Dick White formed a committee to make plans and report on the project at the next meeting. Dick White reported tl'mt a gas pipeline runs through the plot where the tennis and basketball courts are to be built. Grading has been done for the basketball court, however, Viona Skinner reported that some work has been done on the girl's dormitory project. Hopefully. the project will be completed by camping time. The project will allow sleeping space for approximately 16 more girls, Merge Burke, Mary Morrow and Viona Skinner formed a committee to update setting prices for camp foods and other camp costs. The Council decided to purchase four shade trees to be planted around the Recreation Center property. Viona Skinner told the Council that 11.141 people have used the Rec. GARTON REAL ESTATE INC. BROKER Center so far. This doesn't count the people using the various picnic areas, however. About 3.544 meals were prepared by the Center for various Senoir Citizen activities and about 2,086 meals for the Day Care Center. President Mason told the Council that there are "about 30 people on the Recreation Center Council" and that "more people should be attending the meetings and showing more interest." Viona Skinner said that she either calls or sends out reminders to Council members as to when meetings are being held. Attending the meeting were Ruby Holland, Mary Morrow, Viona Skinner, Logretha Keesucker. Dick White. Bertha E. Olson, Nelson Garrett, Harlan B. Hague, P.E. Mason, Loren McCartney and Thomas A. Dalesio. On Sunday night January 25. the program committee of the United Methodist Women met at the church to plan the programs and hostesses for the year. The following members were present: Nellie Allman, Irene Ware. Dale Zinn, Reba Ware, Rite Emerson and Thelma Shackleford. Mrs. Jean Emerson of San Antonio, Texas flew to Cox's Mills to attend the funeral of her sister-in-law Mrs. Bill Cox. Mrs. Murel Lamb who was in a Clarksburg hospital some time ago. where she xmderwent surgery, was back to her doctor who said she was now in good health. Mrs, Irene Ware was visiting Mrs. Flora Cox on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Cox has been in bad health for sometime but is doing better at this time. Mr, Linn Spiker of Westen was visiting Mrs, Vada Zinn and family recently. Mr. Spiker is now a patient in the Stonewall Jackson Hospital following a heart attack. Mary Alice Lockard was calling on Thelma Shackleford Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ruby Rohrbough has been on the sick list for a few days. with a case of pneumonia. She is able to be out again. Have anything to sell? List it on the Clmified page - 4 cents a word, $1.00 minimum per ad. Mr. Earl Garrett of Weston has ~en very ill in the Stonewall Jackson Hospital in Weston: he is the father of Nelson Garrett of Cox's Mills. Mrs. Elizabeth (Toots} Shackle- ford is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shackleford and Mike in West Milford this week. Calvin Shackleford and son Bud of Lubeck, W. Vs. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alt ShackJeford on Friday night, Bud celebrated his 6th birthday on January 25. Rev. Rite Emerson was recently at the Lawford United Methodist Church in Ritchie County where she officiated at the funeral of Howard Britton. ONE TO SUIT EVERYBODY'S NEED Ho41y Park Windso N(xris Freedom Do~ble-Wide Hom~ BEST SERVICE MOVE AND SET UP OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK SUNDAY 1 5 BEI,KNAP MOBILE HOMES. INC. Phone 364-5608 RI. 4 lust off !-79 Take Gassaway-Sutton Exits "toward Gassaway Gassawav WV Opposite Braxton County Armory III II IIII I IILIIII I II I IIII II 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 Closeout Special, Reg. $10.00 Now1/2 price Boy's Flannel Shirts 2 for $5.00 Other Specials Tool Hauls: 10 ~.m. - 4 p.m. Tu~day NRe til 9 p.m. Cl~,~ Thursday and S~ ~ I III We carry a complete line of Purina Chows Et Health Care Products, also a complete line of Protein Blocks, Salts Supplements. Custom Mixed Feeds f CONCERNED LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES OWNERS, INC. South Harrison High School 3 miles west of 1-79 at Lost Creek (go to ' ard West Milford) IIII I I III I IIII ~1111111111 III IIIIII1| I I|1111111 I IIII I CONSTRUCTION PAPER (VARIOUS COLORS) NOW IN STOCK... NOW IN STOCK .... NOW IN STOCK STAMP PAD INK $.89 2 FL. OZ. BOTTLE CONSTRUCTION PAPER PENCILS EACH TYPEWRITER CLEANER FLAIR FELT TIP PENS SCRIPTO LONG LEADS PACK $ .60 .05 .99 .59 Doz. 6;99 REG. DIA..29 RENT Et MONEY RECEIPT BOOKS (Duplicates) EACH .35 PRESS APPLY REINFORCEMENTS (for notebook paper) BOX PAPERMATE WRITE BROS. STICK PEN (fine pt.) .29 Serwng The Real Estate Needs of Gilmer, Lewis, Braxton, Upshur, and Harrison Counties. Phone 2694527 421 MAIN AVE. WESTON. WV 26452