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8 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder April 15, 1976 Bailey, Beverly Robinson, Sherri Cain. Richard Edman, David Core. Seventh Grade - Straight A's - Io Ann Freshour. Others Jerry |iII|I '" lii. i" ..... [ Chapman. Shane Gragg. Tract Hurst, -/ Brenda Roberts. Faith Harder. Robert Radcliff, Sherry Roberts. Greg Dollgener. Eighth Grade - Straight A's - lames Meadows, Kimberly Robinson. Others - Jimmy Fitzwater, Jim Oppe. Pat Roberts, Bruce Smith, Arlie Bush. Sand Fork Fifth Grade - Straight A's - Sherry Burke, Don Reaser. Others - Veta Frame. Larry Johnson, Rhonda Morris, Troy Fifth Grade - Straight A's - Linda Billips, Kathy Ellyson, Deborah Greenlief, Steven Harold, April Puskas, Todd Shanesy. Others - David Phillips, Pan Reed, Donna Townsend. Sixth Grade - Straight A's - loetta Leone. Others - Steve Bumgardner, Alecia Fnrr, Danny Simmons, Darrell Smith, Patty Billips, Dane Boggs, Eric Chico. Seventh Grade - Straight A's - Judy Chisler, Gene Coccari, Jenna Flack, Robbie Norman, Marcia Nuhfer. Others - Todd Jolliff, Lynette King, Scott Carney, Kelly Davis, Peggy Phillips, Jim Hatton, Larry Somerville, Connie Townsend, Myra Chico. Richie Jenkins, Roberts Bailey. Eighth Grade - Straight A's loey Estanich, Connie Davidson, David Scott, Sherry McPherson. Others - Steve Carney, Jeff Bailey. Susie Crouch, Marty King, Mark Harry, Shanda Adams, Mike King, Kathy White, Donna Bumgardner. Tanner Fifth Grade - Kin Cunningham, Cheston Harder, Luke Hinzman, Shawn Steele, Susan R. Hanlon, Mischelle Messenger, Twilene Stump, Robin Radcliff, Anna Summers. Sixth Grade - Straight A's - Roger Mason. Others - Tony Hamric, Mark VOTE FOR DON PORTER DEMOCRAT MAGI, = ;TRA" GILMER COUNTY Born 11-11-27 Tom Putman, Jim Snyder, Chris Thrasher, Elizabeth Marks, Beverly Pritt, Christine Ratliff, A.J. Stewart, Tim White. Sixth Grade - Straight A's - Bryan Groves, Gary Layne, Karen McHenry, Charlene Vanhorn, Toni Williams, Shelly Morris, Sandra Moyers, Rick White. Others - Maria Bayer, Rita Cottrill, James Jones, Lois Luzader, Jerry Adkins, Debbie Hardman. Ronnie Kuhl, Robin Montgomery Mike Peters, Tammy Tallhamer, John Rowles, Pan Thrasher. Seventh Grade - Straight A's - Sandi Gainer, Wendy Rollyson, Rose Cottrill, Sheri Gainer. Others - Connie Allen, Ruth Collins, Greta Frame, Carol King, Robert Lowther, Randy Luzader, Cora Persinger, Patty Pritt, Mike Reaser, Patty Thrasher, Pan Hickman, Cindy Lowther, Cathy Marks, Laura Mills, Kenny Osborne. Wanda Shackleford, Loretta Smith. Eighth Grade - Donna Smith, Mark Spaur. Melinda Collins, Lesa Town- send, Terri Woodyard. Holly Park Windsor Norris Freedom e" DoublWide Honum Australian Rotarians visit Glenville Saturday Glenville had a visit from "down ii:+!i{ + :,:!( under" Saturday when six members of the Rotary's 1976 Group Study Team. " District 265, New South Whales Australia visited the local Rotary Club under the Rotary's exchange award program. The group had spent the previous week touring in the area, more recently spending several days in Spencer. They were honored Saturday night with a gala banquet sponsored by the Glenville Rotary. During the banquet, members of the Australian group described life in Australia respective with their various occupa- tions. The group presented the Glenville Rotary with banners from each one's sponsoring club and in return, the local Rotary presented them with crystal glass rotary ash trays. During the afternoon before the banquet, the Australian Rotarians played golf at the Glenville Country Club. Also. one member, Raymond Brian Brenton of Kempsey, N.S.W., a constable there, went on a tour of law enforcement facilities and agencies in the area with Glenville Mayor Delbert Davidson. Members of the Australian Exchange Team visiting the area included, Hugh McColl McCrindle, a commercial radio broadcaster from Taree on the eastern coast; Erik Gert Dekkers, a range stock inspector from Manilla, N.S.W.; Raymond Brian Brenton, a police constable from Pictured above are Glenville Mayor Delbert Davidson Raymond Brian Brenton. Breqton was one of six rotarians | the area under the Rotary  Group Study program. High School plans art e Gilmer County High School will be sponsoring a West Virginia Regional High School Art Exhibit. open to all students, grades nine to twelve, beginning May 2. According to Anna Rogucki, of the high school art department, first and second place prizes will be awarded for each of five categories. They include painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics and crafts. Also, a best in Show award will be given to the high school with the most outstanding collection overall. ludges for the contest will be Mr. Charles C. Scott, Chairman of the Glenville State College Art Depart- School, 300 Phone 462-7960, Thus far, have Calhoun County County High High School, School, Spencer High School, School, Clay Harrisville School, School, Ripley Wilson High School, Notre Monongah High High School, sent, Virginia Walker, art specialist Washington Curlewis; William John Heazlett, a high for the state department of education Barbour High school teacher from Walcha; Barry and Avril Boggs+ well known West County High St Levick, a primary school teacher from Virginia artist. All other Taree and Richard Keith Thomas, a All entries may be mailed or welcome and field marketing officer from Wee Wan. delivered to Anna Rogucki, Art important Department. Gilmer County High know by April Glenville High School Alph Attended Glenville State a Phi announces theme of state gathering College Major Business Ad- ministration. a Ruppert School of Auctioneer- MOVE AND "We are aware", theme for the fellowship hour. Saturday the first differentiates thirty-fifth convention of Alpha Phi general session of Alpha Phi State tures. ing. OPEN 6 DAYS AWEEK State of the Delta Kappa Gamma " convened under President Helen Sunday i e+ Foreman Penn. Metal Co., SUNDAY I-5 Society International, was manifested Murin Kiser. Among society matters remembrance Parkersburg, W. Va. BELKNAP in theaddresses of luncheon speaker transacted were committee reports members f( a General Foreman FMC Corp., Jl"tllllt7 Lit,l lr Mrs. Jane H. Theiling, Specialist, and recommendations. Miss Virginia devotions. t. + _____ ____J . . ,LVI%+FUIJI.dJI llUJ.Vll+.l"]}, lJlJl..+. your +uppor ant= South Charleston, W. va. Consumer Affairs and special guest, West, State Chairman, Professional Attending Influence Appreciated Plant Supt. Atlas Car and Mfg. Phone 364-5608 Miss Ruth I. Hardman, International Affairs Committee, included in her Alpha Zeta . Rt 4 lust off1-79 Parliamentarian for the Society. More report recommendations that society Boggs, Elms J Co., Cleveland, Ohm. .............. Take Gassawav-Sutton Exits than 200 members representing thirty members keep apprised of WVEA Wiant, Virgini I'lant Manager, MIOWeS wife _ _- " ........ /aware bassaway state chapters attended, leslative programs, promote these Mary Ellen KI Politiead Advortleomont  Paid otby" Don Porter , unlo. 'Opposite Braxton Count" yo. 00,.o+oo +ha 00onvoo0000on o, ,he +he next Armory Greenbrier Hotel in White Sulphur West Virginia AssOciation of Retired meeting of the Springs, West Virginia, began Friday School Employees. the Delta Ka mnnm evening, April 9, and concluded Addressing the Founders and International Sunday, April 11, 1976. Birthday Luncheon audience Saturday Cardinal Room Friday evening included among afternoon, Jane H. Theiling made Sutton, West other events a State Executives' Board society members aware that consumer Saturday, Apt u"on' t Tangle With Electric Lines meeting folloWedl @ ........... by an infornal,| addressedUcatin'PrtectinMiss"WalkRUthis essentiallYProudly,,HardmandeliveredCOnsumerin herat President;viceWilllUnchen meetilPresident;be insffElm I The Orihf W&y |O GO... I the Presidents' Banquet that evening, Vice President; I ' I spoke to the theme of growth through Recording Sect + Each year as the weather becomes warmer and people ------" risk taking, a characteristic that Hamrick, Corre head outdoors, there is renewed danger of accidents in- volving contact with electric lines. Such accidents may not only cause electric service interruption but also can result in serious or even fatal injuries. These accidents can be avoided just by observing a I Thru a rb koen ndow blows air; Couldn't they r few simple safety rules, some of which are illustrated I Snnesthere. Pr?! - below. Monongahela wants all of its customers to enjoy" I Rain beats on the weathered roof; _ . I fe.wdays agO: the benefits of electricity.., but in complete safety. [ olate+an'd house l alone: And d'n't leaVl [ Why did sotrmone leave theft old They bought t le i+ ' " . gea.C+ |1 CLASSIFIED 11 , +home? -I was relieved. : TRIMMING ANTENNAS = I It's still a mystery, why - F_or now thai ! , I Mey lefied... There's a fa, [  ....  ................... _ Jones. TREES Who. installing or  ADVERTISING I I Doesn't anyone care for this house They have sc .' / When electric hnes are palrmg TV, CB or otherer l (' J anymore? Theirnames ./ . . antennas, make certain they _ . ........... O y -%. near crees, exreme care , . -- / - .. cannot come m contact with  must be taken to avmd con- fall " " " _ 1 _ . _ or Into electric wires. Tronsport Your Message!!! A  J[ I tact with wires or aeelclental .... .--- /J- cutting nell! We con help you get it ell to- // SUBSTATION FENCES Under no circumstances should anyone climb poles or fences surrounding sub- stations. Injury could re- suit. FALLEN WIRES Avoid fallen wires at !J. ++/ all times. In any such ;1 ] situation, call the nearest ]| [ Monongahela Power office M ALUMINUM LADDERS Avoid contact with elec- tric wires of any kind when working from an aluminum ladder. Place ladder well away from wires. SIGNS Don't attach posters or basketball hoops to electric .i poles. Staples, nails and ' *\\; other attachments create ':" safety hazards for linemen, 1', especially at night. Monongahela Power Part of the Allegheny Power System 776 gether. Our friendly Wont Ad people Fats make food satisfying because they digest slowly and know hov,.. Colltedoy+ delay a feeling of hunger. The Glenville Democrat and Pathfinder The transparent wrap on pre-packaged meat, poultry, or fish is designed for refrigerator storage at home for 1 or -- 2 days. mm 20/o OFF ON$TRBCTIONPAPI=R' 60VPACK NOW IN STOCK... NOW IN STOCK .... NOW IN STAMP PAD INK $.89 2 FL. OZ. BOTTLE CONSTRUCTION PAPER PENCILS EACH TYPEWRITER CLEANER FLAIR FELTTIP PENS SCRIPTO LONG LEADS PACK $ .60 .05 .99 .59 Doz. 6.99 REG. D!A..29 RENT Et MONEY RECEIPT (Duplicates) PRESS APPLY REII (for notebook PAPERMATE WRITE STICK PEN