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BUSHY was out e and all the photo by 'n Smith from friends a%. Marks are of their April 22, Jital. The Dawn She maternal al Mrs. Harley paterhal ld s. Ralph and Gary Ohio area area over the Hite and Mr and ad Mr," Turner and area over family, moved to Moss went ..... ays with GSC Clloir tO hold concert The annual spring concert by the Glenville State College Choir will be presented at 8 p.m., Sunday May 1, in the College Auditorium. This spring's concert will feature a set of pieces by Dvorak called "Songs of Nature." Other works by Schutz, Mozart Brahms, and Vaughan Williams will be included. A group of folk songs and a group of spirituals make up the balance of the program. Several of the works will be conducted by majors in music who are studying choral conducting. They are: [ames Anderson, Reedy; Tony Barnett, Richwood: Stephanie Davis. St. Marys; ludy Davisson, Glenville; Michael George, Charleston; Marsha McIntyre, St. Marys; and Debra Randolph, Gandeeville. Twyla Wallace, Lewis- burg. is the choir's accompanist. Other members of the choir are: Judy Boso. Parkersburg; Bea Brown and Deanna Brown, Burnsville; Nanet- te Carpenter and Bruce Wendelken, Vienna: Charlotte Eary. Fayetteville; Wayne Erwin, Rock Cave; Rhonda Flesher, Troy; Pat Gundrum, Ammon- dale. Va.: Shelia Hamden, Princeton; Gregory Haddox, St. Marys: Jeff tludkins, Nettle; Cathy Jones, Tom Keeley, Ron Lynch and Charles Smith, Grantsville; Debbie Mangold, Arnolds- burg: Jack Manning, Ravenswood; Alice Newlin, Keyser; Susanna Park, Falls Church, Va.; Becky Simmons, Kenna: Julius Smith, Virginia Beach, Va.: and Linda Zirkle, Buckhannon. Gilmer residents invited to walk The Central West Virginia Chapter of the National Foundation-- March of Dimes' second annual Walk-A-Thon is less than one week away, but already a large number of persons have pledged to either walk Sunday, May 1, or sponsor a walker. The walk, to begin from 1-2 p.m, Sunday and closing at approximately 5 p.m., will be 24 kilometers--15 mites--in length and will follow East Main Street to State Route 20 to Stonewood bridge at Route 58, continuing along Rt. 58 through ,Stonewood and Anmoore to Bridge- port, heading west on US Rt. 50 back to Clarkshurg and the Harrison County Courthouse. Persons of all ages from Gilmer County, which is within the Central W.Va:' chapter area, are invited to come to Clarksburg Sunday and walk so that others might someday. Dr. Raymond Jones, Director of Choral Activity at Glenville State College will direct the program. The public is invited to this evening of choral music at Glenville State College. GSC to preserve central W.Va. This fall the GSC Department of Social Sciences will offer an interdepartmental course of 1 to 3 units credit on the Oral History of Central West Virginia. The object of this course is to provide a useable Oral History Collection for Glenville State College and to involve GSC students in its formation. Technology is rapidly destroying much of the regional cultures found in Central West Virginia. Because many of these cultures have left little printed material, Social Sciences 316 will instruct students how to record reminiscences of individuals within these cultures. Tape recordings will aid in preserving an understanding of Central West Virginia's rural societies. The first portion of the course will involve group instruction on proper methods of conducting an interview and preserving it; however, the latter part of the course will be mainly individual field work done separately by each student. The course will be taught by many instructors from a variety of academic and technical backgrounds. While all students, regardless of their academic major, are encouraged to participate, one firm prerequisite for enrollment is that students must have proof of familiarity with each subject to be interviewed. Those interviewed can be, for example, any individual over 60 years of age and could be a relative, a close neighbor, etc. If you feel you might know someone who fits in this category and would like to participate in the Fall 1977 semester, contact Dr. John Hymes, Department of Social Science, Glenville State College for more details and permission to enroll. House for rent? Land for sale? Move it fast with a Democrat- Pathfinder Want-Ad. Low cost-- fast-action! Call 462.7309 to place your ad now. iiii Ambulance calls ii April 18-24 4-19-77, 7:52 a.m.-Robert West from Calhoun General Hospital to VA Hospital in Clarksburg. 4-21-77, 12:07 a.m.-David Brown from Letter Gap to Calhoun General ttospital. 4-21-77, 9:10 p.m.-Joe Coberly from Glenville to VA Hospital in Clarksburg and returned home. 4-22-77, 9:36 a.m.-Bertha Putman from Glenville to Calhoun General Hospital. 4-23-77, 10:45a.m.--Lloyd Byrle Knight from Indian Fork to Gilmer County Medical Center and on to Spurgeon Mortuary. 4-23-77, 8:20-Nellie Clemons from Normantown to Calhoun General Hospital. 4-24-77, 2:45 p.m.-Earl Jarvis Jr. from Steer Creek to St. Josephs Hospital in Parkersburg. Useful pamphlets available free Furniture is a major investment. If you know how to shop wisely, used furniture may bring you the best buys for your money. The Gilmer County Extension Office can order you a free copy of the publication "Used Furniture Can Be a Good Buy" to help. It includes information on what to look for when selecting used furniture, and where to go to find it. Children don't know the meaning of money, you may say. But through your good example they will. 'Teaching Children about Money," a free publication which can be ordered through the Gilmer County Extension Office, has information to help. It discusses how to determine the amount of allowance your child should get, family councils to talk about spending money, supervision, and aspects of saving and sharing finances. For a free copy of the publication, contact the Gilmer County Extension Office at 462-7061. for 3n Ave., to his city has also This is the es have Show on TV! wouldn't bia couldn't ADULTS ONLY ! April 29th And 3Oth! Store Hours 8 A.M. To 5 P.M. In our opinion, Martin-Senour is the best quality paint available. That's why we've taken on the complete new Martin-Senour line. We have everything for all your painting needs - inside, outside, specialty products of all kinds. And during this Grand Opening period we are offering some top values on top quality Martin-Senour Paint. So stop by any day this week and stock up for all your painting. Burnsvtlle Hardware Your Martin-Senouv Paint Center Colors to express your lifestyle. " in. 1 '"stoa.. tTitA', , Burnsville Hardware Depot Street BurnsvHle Phone 853-2765 April 28, 1977 The Glenvme Democrat/ Pathfinder 9 Morris on stage in Weston "Dave Morris personifies the artistic energy of West Virginia," says Norman Fagan, director of the Science and Culture Center in Charleston. Some of that energy will be released on the stage of the Weston Junior High School auditorium Friday night, April 29. when the Dave Morris Band presents a concert of folk, country and bluegrass music. The tickets for the concert are on sale now at Weston Southern States store, Hardman's Pharmacy, Arters Nowstand, and the Weston Democrat. Tickets may also be obtained at the door for the 8 p.m. concert as long as seating is available. The folk music concert is the last event of the season for the Cultural Committee of the Stonewall Jackson Jubilee. The committee has sponsored an appearance f the Charleston Symphony, John McCabe, English composer and concert pianist, and Theatre West Virginia. . Dave Morris is a 32 year-old bluegrass, folk and country musician from Ivydale, W.Va. and co-funder of the Morris Family Old-Time Music Festival. '.--.m Tom's Gun & Bow Shop FISHING EQUIPMENT IN STOCK NOW! Including; Rods, Reels, a good selection of artificial baits, cheese egg assortment and trout fishing supplies. LIVE BAIT - Minnow Buckets, Nets (Prices All Reduced) G ood selection of R I F L E S and P I STOI S available Scopes Bows Gun Repair Buy-SelI-Trade  Gun Refinishing (Located 2 miles East of Glenville on Rt 5 IN F&bbi . L E Located Behind Iowne Book- slore. 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