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April 4, 1975

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April 3, 1975 "rhe filenviile I~mocrat/Palhfinder11 Graduate programs announced / [1] receives scholarship check from LI. McAdams, Kaiser ,~tu~t~,,nls Irqml West Virgillili ~:~ill now enroll in 82 c~ut-of-state ~r;iduate programs in(:ludin~: ones in Crimino- logy, Home Economics anti Urb~m Sludies ~lt in-state tuition rates through the Academic Common Mztrket, a project of the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB). The Common Market - which bej4an operation last Fall - was formed as a sharing vehicle for Southern slates to increase accessibility but to discourage duplication of highly specialized and often expensive graduate programs. Mens Shirts -- t~.00 8" up Tim -- ~2.00 each Mens Belts (wkle - ,6.00 /~ up I Ladies Shoes -- ~6.00 pr.[ Wash doths -- 6151.39 Ladie~ Slips (Full) -- $3.98 each JAMES DEPARTMENT STORE We're "'OI The Square" Grantsville awards scholarship to Harry Sumpter pter {left}. son of Mrs. the award is L.J. McAdams, genera! ~er of Sand Fork, manager of Kaiser's Ravenswoo~ ~s been awarded a Works. Sumpter is a junior industrial "Yo K.a.iser_Auminumengineering major at West Virginia 'p ration, Presenting University. leNlators take Easter break by Capitol News Service ~).dHuse members Virginia}, I'II probably have so many a~, congressionalphone calls that I won't have a chance in the State, whileto do half the things I've planned," is working in Slack said as Congress prepared to ind Sen. ~o d~nding ]ennings recess. lurcl~ a week in a 1Q-day recess March 26, after cut bill. It is since the 94th in January. Byrd has a full schedule of Senate Committee meetings during the recess, plus several speaking engagements in the Mountain State. Randolph is in Mexico through March 31 as a member of a Senate delegation attending a parliamentary D-3rd, has plannedconference. engagements in theThe resolution authorizing the | also hopes to hold Easter Recess passed the Senate on a voice vote and passed the House by 210 district for several to 182. Reps. MoUohan and Staggers back {to West voted for the recess, while Reps. Hechler and Slack voted against it. to exhibit . photographs a Parkersburg ~r, 28, of Glenville. will white photographs at Parkersburg, April A 1964 graduate of Sutton High School and GSC in 1968, the self-taught photographer has had several shows and was a staff member of Mou~tai~ Life and Work, published in Berea, Ky. He has also contributed to twa books. Growing Up Country, and Voices from the Mo-nt Bins. Cooper has a studio at 212 Main St. and specializes in portrait photography. Perkersburg native Need WVU AI dm , Dr. Dale W. Zinn, assistant dean of the Texas Tech College of Agricultural Sciences and director of its Division of Agricultural Services. has been named dean of the College of Agriculture and Forestry at West Virginia University. His appointment, effective June 1. was announced by ~rVU President James G. Harlow. Dr. Zinn will succeed Homer C. Evans, who has be, en serving as acting dean. Late C.G. Grose Auburn, W. Va. Saturday, April 12, Starting 10.'00 A.M. ANTIQUES AND ROCKER; (100 YRS. OLD) WALNUT STAND; (HANDMADE); OAK MANTEL; QUILTING FRAMES; MEAT CHOPPING BLOCK; TYPEWRITER; A.P. ILL-TYPE) OIL LIGHT; CHURCH PULPIT CHAIR; HONEY DISH (THUMB PRINT UD); 3 PCGUARDIAN WITH G ss MOt- PC WALNUT BED.DO. "~"~H=u OAK BED; CHIEST AND "STOOL (HAND MADEI; mANDMADE). DRESSERS" HALL TREE WITH MIRROR; R; OISHES. " SUITE (LIKE NEW); T,V., RCA; COFFEE TABLE IHAND ELEC. COOK STOVE; GAS COOK STOVE; ~-ELEC, HEATING STOVES; DINING ROOM SUITE; DEEP BUFFET; GAS DRYER; WASHER; COOKING CANNER. UTILITY TRAILER (4" x 8"); JARS; LAWN MOWER O); OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO FURNITURE WAS MADE BY MR. GROSE. iPPROXIMATELY IS ACRES, 8 ROOM HOUSE: lY= ~4THS, L BASEMENT, GARAGE. JOINS MAIN SE I~k~ GAS, WELL PRODUCING. #-LOT WITH WORK SHOP. THE RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR REFUSE ANY OR ALL BIDS ON TERMS: CASH NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS LUNCH WILL BE SERVED BY W.S.C.S. OF AUBURN AUCTIONEER; ED DUELLEY.. 4E2J~$6 or OWNER: MRS. C.G. GROSE APPLIANCE e I to get our major once-in-a-lifetime 17 Cubic ft. Refrigerator-Freezer Regularly $34-9.95 Now Only 95 EAT-17GK SAF 440 Supreme Dishwasher 4 cycles, 2 spray arms R egularly $314.95 NowOnly 95 \ J SAF 440 "ce cuts up to HOUSE SERVICE I mIt PIII VALLEY INN CLUB Revised Country Swingers Saturday, April5, 1975 I0 p.m.--2 a.m. I Will Offer For Sale At Public Auction On Saturday, April 5, 1975, Starting At 10:00 A.M. At Cedarville, WoVa. The Following: LIVESTOCK 22 HEREFORD COWS; 20 CHAROLOIS, HEREFORD CROSS COWS; 2 PUREBRED CHAROLOIS BULLS, 3 f~ 4 YRS. SOME COWS WITH CALVES BY SIDE. CATTLE HAVE BEEN PERFORMANCE TESTED. FARM EQUIPMENT ONE 1386 4 WHEEL DRIVE OLIVER TRACTOR WITH FRONT END LOADER: 1 350 M-M TRACTOR; 1 OLIVER BALER WITH BALE THROWER; 2 HAY WAGONS WITH RACKS; 1 HESTON MOWER CONDITIONER; 2 BRUSH HOGS, 1 HEAVY DUTY, 1 MED; 1 MANURE SPREADER (POWER TAKE OFF); 1 7 FT. REAR MOWER; 1 POST HOLE AUGER (2 BITS|; 1 CULTA PACKER; 1 HAY TEDDER (POWER TAKE OFF); 1 2-BOTTOM PLOW; 10UVER HAY RAKE; 1 40 FT. BALER MOWER; 1 40 FT. MOUNTED BALE MOWER WITH 32 FT. EXTENSION FOR LOFT; 1 2-TON LIQUID FEED TANK; 1 REMINGTON CHAIN SAW; 1 GRADER BLADE; 1 DIRT SCOOP; 1 CHAIN HOIST; 1 CALF MASCULATOR; 1 CALF PULLER; POWER TAKE OFF PULLEY FOR TRACTOR; HORSE CLIPPERS, HAND CORN SHELLER. ALSO APT-SIZE ELECTRIC COOK STOVE; DINING TABLF WITH 4 CHAIRS; SMALL ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. SANDWICHES AND DRINKS SERVED BY CEDAR CREEK 4-H REASON FOR SALE; AM RETIRING TERMS: CASH A UCTIONEER: CLARK MINNEY OWNERS: MR. AND MRS. GEORGE BELKNAP Burr=sville We have of the way! LAA 5500 2 speeds, 3 Cycles Regularly $269.95 NowOnly 95 LAA Whirlpool Trashmesher Regularly $259.95 Now Only 95 i SAC 400 Phone 853-2922 765-2456 462-8186 Free Deliver# STORE ONlY