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in state teen paEeant - These five Gilmer County ladies have been named West Virginia Teenager Pageant slated June 13 - 15 in El-r]: Kim Roten, DwaneUe Spaur, Sue Burke, Lisa Coffmam high school girlsat GCHS except Miss Coffman. She is a as finalists in the sophomore. Pageant, Miss Roten has been active in at Morris Harvey drama club. student council, chorus, Iged on sc" " chamber singers. Modern Music .. . nolasticMasters, French club, and the area ~ruS~lP, po.~se..per- 4-H club. Additionally. she is a Pou~YhoWl.tn other majorette in the band and was a . .r t~ . g ut the state,runner-up in the majorette competition =,,- "~.~Jm~e pageant will go at .h,~ m~,,i, w,~l,,,,. "val last fall seers Wtkgean* - .................. Festi reel; Jud~. m ntianta, She is CYG treasurer, BFY president, Sand i~are Kin R " captain of the girls" basketball team, d Mr~ ~oten, members of the girls' track team and ,ames oten listed on the hon:rarOmne bar of both ~e. daughter of Mr. Miss Burke I m . . ) Smith GIeL..-,-u pep club. on the honor roll, ann name. ta,.~L.' . ~-vule; in "'Whose who in American High San~d~r_o! Mr, and Schools." She is president of her 4-H o"~,~rL, anuLma club, and a member of both Junior failed,[vil~e.'A[i'aaen~uMrs" Leaders and Pinners and earned two ainst: ~__ J mars scholarships to state camp. She has ,NDS: ripping Official Prodnmntinn failed,~ ~ ............... ;~inst'ITE:"Cancer Control Month r onmeve four ]'s an~ p esent rate, cancer will strike one pe s " ry :deraI ~t:do out of every three homes, making it a threat to every kill the ]echler~ di gers. ~ anSease killed SOme 3 500 West Vir inians in 1974 which is .~ .v as died in tr g SSAGE:~ affic acmdents m our state: and n a ~e-half~o~ of all those cancer strikes can be cured NOW if the ggers. ~ted and properly treated in the early stage; and ,he w a~ .~/' Ii~Pe*~ t~t~ othe/,~ffa~ ~C~nceq.~ strike~/@ Turtlfel- " thought knowledge from research: and e sffJdhl)~ff~e~ican Cancer Society. through its local Units, strives tO ~,=~..~,~ vest ways to guard their lives against needless cancer me p~u, u~. year, with particular impact during its annual ~ mncl-raising Crusade during April. and NATE CtiArear-can Cancer Society is the orJy National voluntary o, waging a comprehensive fight against cancer through +men e+e rc P.hli+ nod Professions, Education and Semce to .. J patients an hioit . d teral we all do in the fight against cancer now will speed the s cer is totally CONQUERED. ~e:nddm~oRE, I Davis M. Cillespie mayor of Glenville proclaim April 9N. T~ CANCER req~ CONTROL MONTH asian ~ citizen . . . i. An ~ as theirth,bed the hft-savmg message of the Amenca.n failed,~ork . . ~"~ personal protection against cancer ano ~o h. at the Society, both in voluntary time and financial An s~ Given under my hand this 17th day of March, 1975 David M. Gillespie Mayor of Glenviile been on the basketbal team all three years in high school. She belongs to Order of Rainbow. Miss Smith was vice president of her sophomore class and a member of GAA. French Club. girls' basketball and track teams, band. listed in Who's Who in American High Schools. and on the honor roll. She belongs to Order or Rainbow. Miss Spaur is a member of marching and concert bands, GAA oficer, pep club. French Club. the Sand Fork 4-H club, and has served as cheerleader for sports. Miss Coffman plays in the marching and concert hands, participates in girls' basketball and track, is on the honor roll. and belongs to GAA, MYF. 4-H club, and Order of Rainbow. Onley Martiney {Continued from Page 1) Soon, the judge who rode off to the Standard Store could see the racers coming back. He quickly turned and rode back at top speed toward the starting line, shouting: "They're a comin'." Ivan and I stretched our necks to see our Sam trotting in the lead. But, lo and behold, Sam was nowhere in sight. From out of the group of runners there emerged the young man who'd been the late, barefoot entry. None other than Onley Martiney. // March 27, 1975 The Gienville Dmaecrat/Pathflader Discover breast by The National Institutes of Health Well over 90 percent of breast cancer is first detected by a" woman. rather than by her physician. A woman may find a lump soon after it develops by examining her breasts regularly each month. The best time is after the menstrual period. If a lump or any abnormality does appear. it is important for her to go to the doctor about it. Only after laboratory examination of a small sample of the suspect tissue taken by a surgical procedure known as a biopsy can a physician decide whether cancer is present. Over 80 percent of lumps found in the breast are benign {not cancerous}. For example, cysts and other non-cancerous lumps are not a serious health hazard, hut should not be ignored. Pain in the breast is often due to hormone changes during the menstrual cycle; but on rare occasions pain can also accompany the II I I See Kiwi Polishes Calumet Shoes Dm~bury b Cophm Ties H~I~ 11 development of cancer of the breast. If a breast cancer does develop, the patient's chances for recovery and cure are significantly greater when the disease is detected at an earlier, more localized stage. Every woman's annual physical checkup should include examination of the breasts by her doctor. Based on present knowledge, women of age 40 and o|der should receive an annual breast X-ray examination. After two or three annual examiniations, the woman and her doctor should review her status and consider whether the X-ray detection procedure should continue at the same interval, The main thing to remember between checkups is to practice monthly breast self-examination and see a doctor should any lump develop. The l~est hope lies in early diagnosis and treatment. 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