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Caper The Glen~4.11e Democrat/Pathfinder May 8, 1975 Hair Styling & Reg. Hair Cutting Closed on Mondays 462-9942 | Dr. I.K. Matheny, veterinarian, announces he will De at the following named places on dat~ listed below to vaccinate dogs, N required by State law and directed by the Gilmer County Commission, All dogs which have re~ch~ five morttl~ of age and those dogs that have not been vaccinated within the past 24 monthe are required to be vaccinated before June 1, 1975. The fee for vaccinating dogs will be #2.50. Dr. Matheny will be at thee locations on dates listed. May 12 Alice Store Building ....................................... 8 to 8:30 a.m. Cox's Mills Community Building ........................... 9 to 10 a.m. NmNberne Store .......................................... 10:15 to 11 a.m. Hall Wilson's ............................................. 11:15 to 12 Tanner .................................................. 12:30 to3 p,m. Amos Store Trace Fork .................................... 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Arnetta Wilson chosen GCH$ to.salutatorian May 13 Ewav~on Farm ............................................ 9 to 10 a.m. Skinner Farm, Letter Gap .................................. 10:15 to 11 a.m. Normantown ............................................. 11:15 to 12 Lockney ................................................. 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Stumptown ............ , .................................. 2:35 to 3:40 p.m. May 14 Perkins School ......... . ................................. 9 to 9:30 a.m. Rosedele ................................................ 10:15 to 11 a.m. Mouth Steer Creek ....................................... 11:151o12 Shock, Laurel ................................. ........... 1:15 to2 p.m. Tanner No. 4 ............................................. 2:15 to3 p.m. Baldwin Community Building .............................. 4 to 4:30 p.m. Ray Campbell Store ....................................... 5 to 5:30 p.m. May 15 Gilmer Station ........................................... 9 to 10 a.m. Stouts Mills ............................................. 10:15 to 12 Send Fork ................................................ 1 to2:30 p,m. Mouth Ellis .............................................. 2:45 to4 p.m. Kline Somerville Store .................................... 4:15to5 p.m. May 16 Mouth Little Bull Run ................. , ................... 9 to 9:30 a,m, Cedarville ....... . .- ...................................... 9:45 to 11:15 a.m. Lea Moyers ............................ , .................. 11:301o12 Mouth Third Run ......................................... 2 to3 p.m, Mouth of Tanner .......................................... 3:30 to 4:15 p,m. May 17 Court House ............................................. 8:30 to 10:30 a.m, Camden Flats ............................................ 10:45 to 12 Top Hill Sperry Cabin ..................................... 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Troy School .............................................. 3:30 to4:15 p.m. Co~e's Store .............................................. 5:30 p.m. I_K. MATHENY Veterinarian Model SAF-400 GLENVILLE Gienville, W. Va. ,,, A unique situation has occured in the 1975 graduating class at Gilmer County H.S. For the first time, a three-year graduate (Mary Beth Butcher} has qualified as salutatorian. As a result, it has been decided to present co-salutatorian awards this year to Miss Butcher and Arnetta Shirleen Wilson, a four-year graduate. Arnetta is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnett Wilson. During her school career, she was a member of the Pep Club for two years and a member of GAA for three years, serving as vice-president one year. Arnetta also participated in track her senior year. She was a iunior varsity cheerleader for two years and a varsity cheerleader her senior year. Last year she was nominated to the schools National Honor Society and She was also nominated to Who's Who served as secretary in her senior year. Among Students in American Schools. Area pupils to compete in Math Field Day Fifteen area grade school students Keyser. May 16. will participate in the third annual The following students, who scored Central West Virginia Math Field Day, highest in local competition, will May 8, at the new Webster County represent Gilmer County: High School on Route 20 between FOURTH GRADE- Don "Reaser, Webster Springs and Cowen. Sand Fork School; Paui Minney. " This Math Field Day was organizedNormantown School; and Shawn ~t;jTree years age under the direction of Steele. Tanner ~chool. Jert'y Jackson, Mathematics Coordi-FIFTH GRADE - Bobby Beall. hater for Braxton County Schools. Normantown School; Todd Bailey, SOme of the purposes of the Math Day Normantown School; and Danny are: to give students a variety Simmons, Troy School of math activities, to create a greater SIXTH GRADE - Tim Moore, interest in math, and to give someNormantown School: Kevin McElwee, recognition to the students for their Normantown School; and Rose Cottrill. accomplishments in mathematics. Sand Fork School. Counties participating in math day SEVENTH GRADE - Paul Crites, activities are: Braxton, Gilme/" Troy School; Becky BeaU. Normantown Harrison (Catholic}. Mineral, Nicholas, School; and Jeff Bailey, Troy School. Upshur. and Webster. This year, three EIGHTH GRADE - Debbie Hinzman. grand winners in each grade level 4-9 Tanner School; Becky Coberly, at the regional field day will have an Normantown School; and Jeff Gower, opportunity to participate in the first Normantown School, State Math Field Day to be held at Aunt Minnie's Farm & Park May 25, 1975- 1 p.m. Not Responsible far Accidents Supreme automatic improved washability, Two full-size revolving spray arms provide a combination of water pressure and water volume that creates optimum washability in a Whirlpool dishwasher, The increased r.p.m, of the lower arm, plus a change in the nozzle size, now allow a greater amount of water to be released by this design-improved lower spray arm. Even more for your money! 3 pushbutton cycles: SUPER WASH; RINSE-HOLD; SHORT, Reversible solid-wood cutting-board top; one side for cutting and chopping, one side f0r show. Convenient rinse dispenser with fill indicator. In-the-doorsilverware basket hfts out ancl front opens for easy loading and unloading. U Peymett Pbn Free Delivery HOUSE OF SERVIC GASSA WA Y - BURNSViLLE Kawasaki G-5 1OO The duot-purpose Kowosoki O-5 Enduro is on eosy to handle, economical street bike and a rugged, religbte trail bike. It's a lot of good times for very little money. Tough, responsive 99cc engine. Synchronized S-speed transmission. Adjustable shocks, Iockable helmet holder. L0ckards, Inc. Flatwoods Titan rates The Gilmer marching pe "formers p~ Northern West Festival in The Titan LibertyHigh Edward L. Mast~ University and W~ {good; the rati~ excellent. 5 to playing Lawrence Weiner, tions," b,~ Fugue," by J.S. The iudge also grade 5 rating in highest rating, In addition, performed with A-Class AA Band. Beth Butcher, Robinson, clarient; percussion. "I was very marching playing, full potential," house, instrumental ! for grades 5-12. "'We didn't music until on to explain. practice from more practice to schedule." Area residents chance to observe Strawberry Buckhannon, May 3! be rated in street The new, Titan marching their debut the Festival in Glenville. Festival to children's A "See and Do ! especially for crafts, traditions new feature at Folk Festival. June ! Fern R,lyson, Children will kneading bread, weaving on a loom, rolling clay and according to Pat of the children's In addition. pate folk sin enjoy learning traditional culture. The children two age groups, years, and nine sessions will be 9-11 daily, to Other program Wolford, Tanya Whipkey and It was also woman would Gilmer County's Farm Bnrec Forty Eight leaders from Gilmer, Harrison, Preston, Tucker,and participated in the ginia Farm program at the BridgeDort. County were Mr. McCartney, and Mrs. Gilbert Wings of to be.heM "Wings of Faith" at EvUn Breth May 10, at 7 "'Wings of Faith" duets, quartets Doors open at There is no offerings will be Evangelists are Robert Robison. GLENVILLE W. given at the GlenviUe each the month from Mr. Kemper Hearing Aid BELTONE l 442-B. Clarksbur$,