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the addition of a recharge Department of Natural have been able to store water in a third pond at Cedar Creek State Park. The pond hasn't been stocked yet, but there is a posslbKlty It will be in the future. [Democrat photo] of the School of 1977 will be ate year the greatest history. 83 graduates. and 72 men. training or Virginia figure is the awarded its in 1962. further the in West tend to areas where train- Jones of the the 8radugtes Intern and Program, a that pairs senior . and hospitals of both. students in West at University 11 at "al Center, five four in the Practice and one at Center. ires chosen by number in amily practice, 8; general 5 each; and anesthesio- will be in orthopedic pathology. 15 of the 19 specialize in .Starting their He said the mong the 83 Our-year trend care, practice, Pediatrics. There lls Your local your local now for rates, Y' NEED * Norri 9 Ap '. INC. &ry Tanner girls in close competition Miss ]oAnn Freshour of Tanner Elementary School will represent Gilmer County in the public speaking contest sponsored by the Soil and Water Conservation District. At the district contest, to be held in Clarksburg on May 2, she will compete with winners from Doddridge. Harri- son. and Lewis Counties. Miss Freshour won the chance to compete at the district meet by first winning at Tanner Elementary and then winning first place at the county level. Her speech entitled "Water Conservation" also won her a $5 award at the elementary school and a $10 first prize at the county competition. Second place winner was Miss Dienna Gainer of Tanner Elementary School. Her Speech entitled, "Can We Kids Help?" won her a $5 award at Tanner School and $5 in the county contest. loAnn, an 8th grade student, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W, Freshour. She has many school ...... interestthis yea" icldin , .4.0 grade average, member of the:girls ' basketbal| and softball team, and cheerleader. She won the "Best Over-All" award at the Art Fair, She' represented Tanner School and Gilmer County in Math Field Day and she is Tanner's representative for the Golden Horseshoe Test. Dienna, also an 8th grader, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vance Gainer, She is an honor student. achieving a 4.0 average for the semester. She represented Tanner in the Math Field Day. She won "Best Over-air' award at the Science Fair: She also takes an active part in sports, including basketball, softball, and cheerleading. The girls' toughest competition came when they defeated 12 other entries from Tanner Elementary who were competing for the chance to represent the school in the county contest. Other contestants taking part in the Soil and Water Conservation contest were: Luanne Byrd, Brenda Robinson, Monoka Allison, Luke Hinzman, Florida Hinzman, Jeannette Mason, Dee Dee Boone, Sherri Cain, Richard Edman. Connie Byrd. Weaver. and Gloria Taylorl ....... :' GLENVILLE TEXACO WE DO WASH JOB ON CARS CLEAN INSIDE & OUTSIDE & POLISH $25.00 CALL FOR APPOINTMENT 462-8435 Looking for Economy? See Elvin (E.R.) Garreff 1976 Ply. Volare Spt. Cpr., 6 Cyl., AutO, PS, Air Cond., Radio. Only 7,985 miles. 1973 Olds Cutlass Supreme, Auto, 4-dr., 350, PS, A/C, power seats, tilt wheel, vinyl top, new tires, AMFM radio. 1973 Dodge Swinger Spt. Cpe., 318 eng., Auto, PS, vinyl top, radio. 1972 Ford Pickup, 8-ft bed 302 V-8, 3-spd., radio, with topper. 1976 23,000 Miles 1975 Ply. Scamp Spt. Cpe., 6 Cyl., Auto., PS, Radio, Vinyl Top. 15,150 Miles. 1975 Pace 6 Cyl., 3 Spd., Radio. 28,398 Miles. . 1974 p, 8 Ft. Bed, 6 Cy., 26,324 Miles. l-oral Picku ! Auto, PS, Radm 1971 Gremlin Spt. Cpe., 0 Cyl., Auto., PS, Radio. 1972 Dodge SWinger Spt. cpe., 6 Uyl., Auto., Ps, Radio. 1963 GMC 1/ T. Truck with a 15 Ft. Stock Car Haulers Body, 4 .Locking Tool Boxes, Tire Rack, Special Paint, Looks and Runs like .. New. 1955 Farmall A. Tractor with Mower Good Condition. Phone 462-5303 After 7 p.M. 349-2253 LOW OVERHEAD DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE E.R.'s Motor Sales, Inc. Linn, West Virginia April 28, 19"/7 The GlenvUle Democrat/ Pa I '" ' GSC cavers explore Pendleton County Court NeoNs ..... IHIIII II Deeds Recorded Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McPherson and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Reaser Jr. grant to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dora 29.3 acres on Slab Camp Run of Crooked Fork. Guy Villers and others grant to Mr. and Mrs. John D. Villers V interest in the oil and gas on 76 acres, all minerals on 1.05 acres, interest in the oil and gas on 22 acres and all the oil and gas on three acres on the waters of Dusk Camp. F.B. Boone grants to Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kerns 2.1 acres on Tanners Fork. Beunice Greenlief grants to Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Huffman one acre in CedarviUe. Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Perrill grant to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McPherson 160 acres on Chestnut Lick. Mr. and Mrs. Emerson grant to Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Emerson .86 acres on Horn Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Stewart grant to Mr. and Mrs. Scotty Nicholson eight acres on Stewarrs Creek. J.W. Perrill, special commissioner, grants to Trio Petroleum and Waco Oil and Gas Inc. 25 acres on Spruce Run. Mr. and Mrs. L J. Putnam grant to Mr. and Mrs. Gary Layne a lot on Lewis St. in Glenville. WAKE UP to MORE IWCJtW .RADIO-680 Pendleton County was the site of the most recent spelunking expedition conducted by the Glenville State College cave biology class. This trip, extending from April 15 - 17, involved the exploration of five caves in the Devonia-Silurian limestone of Pendie- ton County. The first day was spent traveling to and setting up base camp at Franklin. Twenty-four Glenville State College students participated in the week-end trip and chose the first evening to explore Quarry Cave, located 5 miles from Franklin. Three caves were visited the second day. Trout. Hamilton. and Sinnett Caves. Trout and Sinnett Caves were both mined for saltpeter during the War Between the States. The Confederacy, hard pressed for saltpeter to make gunpowder, turned to caves as a source. Twenty-two caves in West Virginia were mined for saltpeter from 1862 to 1865. Trout Cave allowed the students the opportunity of observing excellent limestone fossils, abundant in the rear of the cave. Sinner Cave is noted for the series of crawlways and vertical shafts extending to the Long Room. The Long Room is 800 feet long, 40 feet in height, and averages 70 to 80 feet NOTICE -- RE-OPENING OFFICE DR. R.D. FRAME & ASSOCIATES Eyes Examined by Appointment Phone 462-8314 Corner of Howard & College Glenville wide. Hamilton, the other cave explored during this period Is a ma of passages that intersect at right angles. Persons entering this cave should use a map or proper markings as the unusual pattern of the passages make it easy to get lost. The third day was spent on an excursion through Nut Cave. This cave provided students the experience of traversing narrow crawlways and utilizing a minimal amount of rope techniques. The cave possesses many beautiful formations and abundant cave life. Between caving expeditions, the cave biologists observed the varied wildlife of the region--such as osprey--canoed on the South Branch of the Potomac River. hiked the many trails around Franklin. and fished for trot in the nearby streams. The Ghm- ville State Col!ege students and staff who joined in this field activity were Nedra Alltop. Doug Bailey. Tony Bar- nett, Kim Beebe. Joe Boggs, Scott Cedle. Jessie Chuey. Dave Dillon, Dave Ellifritz. Patsy Groves, Curtis and Vickie Harper. 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