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6 The Glenville Dpmocrat/Pathfinder April 22, 1976 Gillespie workinE on development of State Humanities Association A group of West Virginians who are currently examining the promotion of humanistic studies in West Virginia met in Kanawha Co. April 10 to organize The West Virginia Associa- tion for the Humanities. The Association's goals are to provide information and resources to promote the Humanities, those studies with focus upon the various dimensions of culture as humanizing and liberalizing values. Among other functions, The West Virginia Association for the Humani- ties will serve those parents and educators who are becoming more and more alarmed about how an absence of personal and social values may effect children. Ancient problems of indifference, disrespect, dishonesty, and the loss of individuality still plague us today, but now these problem. are compounded becausp , modern mobility and faence, the commer- cialization of sex, illicit drug traffic, greatly diminished spiritual and moral forces, and a reluctance to promote or support humanistic studies which foster personal and social values. The Association will promote these values. Professor Manfred O. Meitzen, Chairman of the Humanities at West Virginia University, is President. English Professor Joan Adkins of Marshall University is President-Elect; The Secretary-Treasurer is Philosophy Professor Henry Sendaydiego of Wheeling College. The Nominating Committee is chaired by History Professor Robert Florian of Salem College, and Fine Arts Professor Gary Gillespie of Glenville State College chairs the Awards Committee. Membership in the Association is open to everyone interested in promoting the Humanities. Elementary and secondary teachers are especially welcomed into the Association since at that educational level, efforts to foster personal and social values among impressionable children are of vital importance. One may contact any of the five officers listed above for more information. by Thelma Shacideford Rev. Robert Jones filled his regular appointment on Sunday April 11 at 10 a.m. at the Cox's Mills United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pirdell, Jeff, Linn, Paula and Penny of Ohio have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clyde MiLk, Mrs. Perdue is the former Janice MiLk. Goldie MiLk of Weston was also a guest of the Clyde MiLks. Word was received here that Glen Dale White of Minnesota had died of a heart attack at his home. He is the former husband of Carol MiLk. Mrs. Joan Simmons and children were visiting her parents of Ashland, Ohio the past week. Mrs. Brenda Sommerville, Dian and Rodney were also in Ohio visiting Mr. and Mrs. Larry Duelly. Mrs. Elsie Alltop is now able to resume her work at the Stonewall Jackson Hospital. Thelma and Toots Shackleford were calling on Clovis Pettit at Newberne on Sunday afternoon. Reba Ware was visiting the Adrian Adams and Vernon Wares a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard and son, and Karen Simmons of Massilon, Ohio have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Burl Simmons. Hallie Wilson and Glenn Ware of Tanner, Clovis Pettit of Newberne and Thelma Shackleford of Cox's Mills were calling on Toots Shackleford recently. Robert Swick, who has been in Marlington Hospital for some time, has returned to his home here at Cox's Mills. Dale and Sharon Zinn were visiting Dale's mother Mrs. Spurgeon at Burnt House last week. There was a sheep shearing school held Monday April 12 at the Vada Zinn farm at Cox's Mills. Seventy people attended. Mrs. Rema Burton has returned to her home, she has been visiting in GSC grad named executive of WVEA Ernest Page. Jr., superintendent of Mineral County schoals for the past five years, has been named executive secretary of the West Virginia Education Association succeeding Margaret Baldwin who is retiring. Page's term of office begins July 1. The newly chosen executive officer of the WVEA has been serving on the Association's executive committee for the past two years. A native of began his county Glenville State Wood county teaching a supervising pr of ins assistant su! County schools; superintendent schools in 1971. iiiii]ii!iii!i!ii!!ii!!i!iiiii]iiiiiiiiii]i]iiiii!i]i!i]]iii]]iiii Ohio. Guy Scott of Lancaster, Pa., has been very ill. He suffered a stroke and his condition is somewhat improved. He and his wife Pet were former residents of Cox's Mills. Mary Talhamer and Rena Bennett were in Gassaway recently on business. Mr. and Mrs. William Lamb of Ohio have moved to their trailer at Cox's Mills. Mr. Lamb is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Lamb of Cox's Mills. new officer University, Mort holds a graduate hours University. He is the of the West Supervision ment and is the Advisory tional "Who's Who in, and was Foundation SPtC,ALS FOR T,ORSOAV FmoAY SATOROAY I FRYING CH ' GROON99J IIL!EF I QUART!PoRK CHOP S . . 55,, i GROUND CHUCK 89 CHICKEN LIVERS RIB $1.'29,., I BEE F RIB STEAKS $1.29L,1 COOKED HAM ,,,,, s,.,,:,, $1.39 ,, I COUNTRY STYLE e,,, ,,,., I ,;:UoI,,,,,, 99 R SPARE RIBS =="l PO l CHOPS I y . CENTER SLICE : tOnN s,,.39,, II, O..ur. Store atTR0 .,! HAM $'1.49. ii: ,...s,.,,. 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