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f Mar{;h Z5, 1976 The (,lenville Ih;mocrat/Pathfinder  7 pl ,! " Survey anned on Guyandotte River basin ,tp,,o OilS for slimmer YogfJl (onseffohoa orps i Cq now being taken , , al1(lberl! ..... r:], The U.S. Geological Survey and Results of the study will be Apl)hatmns ar, tm at:ept,l week on +:nvlronm,ntal cducatim r!]ones filled his regular t .... ; Xbthodist Women of the West Virginia Geological published by the West Virginia for the 19/6 summer Youth (;onserva- activities. Residential campers alga ]\\;at the Cox's Mills U M the church had their Prayer and Self Survey in cooperation with the Geological and Economic Survey (ion Corps {YCC} program for the receive free room and board. aday, March"l"4 at iO a'm' Denial service Sunday night at 7 p.m. West Virginia Department of as part of their River-Basin National Forests in the 20-State This year's YCC program totals V,.R people were taken in m'rs of the " " as a ! I,a church, Mary _^, try and Pare Butcher. r r?Tl ,ig]a Emerson is a patient at eSt u :_*/t]s  can received that Mrs. at'-,, 0t Ohio is patient in a "e 0spital. She was a former Thalx's Mills her address is |ecqFagruar l ' :_o=m ' airview Hospital - 61, 1BI01 Loraine Drive n.s,]ohio lli ;dui ssa of ly der t L and Mrs. Burl in ]"el Weekend were Mr ,ssXrs. rvia Simmons ' ancl ,.,taa'tatnraY Maynard and g ., Mrs Wands Hedge :d ' rs;. IGdeti Sn!f m {nhwsl ;a:n: a a.Yton, Ohio have been | At001.00rs Page Ware of V L[; " mr. and Mrs. Eldridge 'tgreea. at the church. Nellie Allman was in charge, she had a very interesting meeting. Due to much sickness, several members were absent. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Zinn and Mr. and Mrs. Manley Zinn were calling on Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gordon Saturday night March 13th. at Newberne. Mr. Arch Bush is to enter the Veterans Hospital in Clarksburg soon. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Opal Townsend were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Long and son and daughter of Clarksville, Tennessee, and Mr. and Mrs. John Townsend and son John Jr. There is much sickness in the community; colds, flu and pneumonia fever. The United Methodist Women met at the church Friday night March 12 at 7:30. The meeting was delayed because of death and sickness. Rite Emerson was lesson leader. The topic was Concepts of Missions Today. Robe, hostess, served delicious pie, potato chips, coffee. Pepsi and orange pop. The following were present, Nellie Allman, Sharon Zinn, Mary Alice Lockard, Dale Zinn, Irene Ware, Reba Ware, Mary Ellyson, Thelma Shacldeford. Rite Emerson. Mary Tallhammer, Dabble Waters, Dottle Long, and Mary Jo Ellvson. 74 CHEVELLE MALIBU S.Waclon, Auto, P.S., P.B., Air, Roof Rack, 9,300 m., 1 o,,vner QUALITY AUTO SALES Rt. 33 & 119 East Glenville 62--8390 tryraier returns home The Tanner Church Women trorn the GrantsviUe surprised elderly club member Dottie e::; Was rushed to the ch 'trge. acy Room for  uUble March 12th. 1,0ae and is much IMrs ,, :di ear in Weston for ' g Anniversary which _ au, returns home P "town r r  } ent to see her ..., arkersburg twice :::':':" il _ieholson returned ar,%,tY in Veterans ! Q g this past. week Iche r went to her '  and dough e _  r Birthdays this "*It . Senior returns . n this week Natural Resources are making a study of the hydrology of the Guyandotte River basin. The 3-year cooperative effort is designed to provide a better understanding of the factors affecting the water resources of the basin. The study, which is reconnaissance in nature, will obtain data on the streamflow, sediment loads, chemical loads, location and magnitude of channel losses, /rod runoff characteristics. Relatiotiship of surface and ground water will be studied so changes can be observed and their effects on water use may be determined. Surface-water studies are al- ready in progress while ground- water studies are now starting. Personnel of the U.S. Geological Survey are contacting well owners in the area to obtain information about wells. This information will provide valuable data on the occurrence, source, movement, and quality of ground water in the Guyandotte River basin. The Guyandotte River .basin study is the seventh in a continuing series, the others being the Monongahela, Potomac, Little Kanawha, Upper New, Coal, and Elk River basins. School and Office Sulplies? See Us Gainer e,Turner and Mrs. Jack meeting at her house. She is unable to St. Glenille. ,)Orida to be with their be out. -ue Bush ,,. on her return Miss Felica Stalnaker visited her 'i?"" home by April 1, friend Beth Edman Saturday and spent , g the return trip the night s. Buck Robinson and There will be singing Saturday e:? home from Florida evening March 27th at the Tanner the Winter. , U.M. Church. Pritt of Canton returns to ee his mother Mrs. Alta eSpeed q. Gibson Zenith Washers Refrigerators Televisions See the Zenith Color Sets on display. We install and service all sales. RHOADES PLUMBING Et FURNITURE 15 Powell St. Gleville Phone 462-7355 WE SEll VICE ONL Y WHAT WE SEL L irise ' ay Robinson visit i:l:,..l_.Son this past gi! y at Big Bend while "" sk... tae: "tl -- provide ] .. d headstone? t - "Urial allowance :[rd aWaace may be !tet,r'aTe. ral expenses. lot allo:aCremated or t _ rice may he t h"riurn, as well as to ; i  veteran entitled to  VA Compensation indeats? st s Service-connec. r$. " rated 50 percent SET UP Norris by having their monthly First! Gilmer Graphics, Inc, 109 E. Main I I I II JOHN G. WOLFE Democrat For Magistrate + NATIVE-SON + PAST PRESIDENT OF GILMER COUNTY YOUNG DEMOCRATS + GLENVILLE STATE COL- LEGE GRADUATE IN HIS- TORY AND GOVERNMENT + FORMER 4-H MEMBER AND LEADER FOR NINE YEARS + WILLING AND ABLE TO WORK FOR YOU II I IIHI I - ) (Paid for by the Candidate.} III I II I . IIIII I I J ohn M. M oran Democrat Candidate for House of Delegates 23rd Delegate District B raxt on- Cdhoun- Clap Gilmer Vote For JOHN M. MORAN House of Delegates lie II Your'Support and Vote Appreciated t"t:,hh'L;d ;gJv'flmeTlhl l),:cJ tf)'r b',/ John M Moun I II I III I Bulletin Series. DON'T SEND CASH ttard cash sent to the Internal Revenue Service can mean hard luck. T. Blair Evans, !RS District Director dvised today. " Because cash can get lost in the mail. taxpayers should send only personal checks or money orders to satisfy their tax bills, By doing so. the taxpayer has the added advantage of having a record proving he or she made the payment to the Internal Revenue. Mr. Evans also stressed the importance of entering the correct sn(:ial security number on the money .rder or check below the signature. If the payment is separated from the tax return, it is very simple to readily locate the taxpayer's return through the use of the social security number. Checks for taxes due must be ma(te payable to 'Internal Revenue Service.' The payee line on the check should NOT be left blank, nor should the abbreviations 'IRS' or 'I.R.S.' be used. Eastern Region of the Forest Service. The Eastern Region's YCC program more than doubled when Congress finalized the budget March 9. Approximately 1200 young people participated in the Region's YCC program last summer. This year, accommodations are planned for 2400 enrollees. The Youth Conservation Corps was established in 1970. YCC is designed to provide young men and women. 15 through 18 years of age, with gainful summer employment, while helping them develop an understanding and appreciation for the nation's natural environment. In addition, needed conservation work is performed on public lands. Each of the Region's 16 National Forests will have at least one residential YCC camp along with several non-residential programs. The maiority of the YCC camps are coeducational. The camps open in June and close in August. with the sessions running fer approximately eight weeks. Enrollees earn an average of $2.20 per hour and are paid for 30 hours of work a week. Ten hours are spent each $32 million nationwide. The Forest Service is responsible for 35 per(:mt of the national program. The Departm(mt of the Interior oversees an additional 35 percent, with the individual slates' receiving the remaining funding. Interested and eligible young people should contact the recruiting agent in their state or their school advisor for further information. Whatever it is you're looking for, you re likely to find it listed in today's Wa.t d,, The Glenville Democrat and Patinder :':':':::':: :::'::::: ::::::::::::':-: :: :::::: :: ::'::::::::: :: :: :::::::::: :::::::: 2::::::::: ".'4:::: :::: 2: :::: :: 2::::: 2: 2::::: 2:: ::: :: :::::: ::::2::::: :: 2:::::::  :: 2: :: 2: :::: :::: "-:.:!::.:i :;.:! :':! :::::;:: ======================== ::: !:i:" ": i:::..::v::::::::::v.v.`..:::.:.:6:.:::::::::::.::::::.::.:::::::...:::.:.::::.::.:::::::::.:.::.:v:..:::::.:::::.::v:vvvvv::.::!:i .:.::::: :.:.:.:. i:i:i:i: . - :i:i:i:! .:.:.:.: Introducmg the 2 50 ,/,./, i',00iiii .... utility tractors from White: :.:.:.:. 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