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12 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder present 'Mill ~i~ i~!~~ Connie Davidson, a junior at Gilmer County High School, and Becky Coberly,' GCHS senior, were recent participants at the West Virginia School Fogd Service Con- vention held April 27 and 28 at Jackson's Mill. The girls were ac- companied by their sponsor, Mrs. Jean Flesher. Representing the Youth Ad- visory Council of Gilmer County High School, the, two local students presented a program on the YAC at their school during two different sessions. Becky told how the YAC originated, its purpose and activities, while Connie presented posters showing some favorite menus of the students and explained their nutritional value. The girls enjoyed square dancing Friday night and a variety show Saturday night. TRUE VALUE Main Street- Glenville, WV Make every day a little easier for Morn with an appliance from Hardman True Value Hardware. A large selection of name brand appliances and personal care items to choose from. OSTER KITCHEN CENTERS FOOD PROCESSORS BLENDERS :- HAIR DRYERS MIXERS - CURLING IRONS Welcome to Come in and Browse Around Various kinds of equipment, utensils, and foods were on display by exhibitors. Participants had an oppbrtunity to taste many different kinds of food that might be used in the lunch program and to sit in on group sessions about school food service. Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Jones pro- vided the transportation to the con- vention. Mrs. Jones is cafeteria manager for the Gilmer school system satellite program. Also at- tending the convention were Mrs. Belva Reed, Mrs. Sandra Cunn- ingham, Mrs. Oleta Fling, and Mrs. Norma Jean Jordan, all employed as cooks for Gilmer County school. Jenio presents paper at annual Academy meeting Dr. Frank Jenio, associate pro- fessor of biology at Glenville State College, recently presented a paper before the fifty-fourth annual meeting of the West Virginia Academy of Science at Concord College. Entitled "Predation on Freshwater Gammarids," the paper concerns amphipods which are small custaceans (about one- fourth to three-eights inch in length) that resemble a shrimp in appearance and are frequently found in unpolluted state streams. Jenio also co-presented another paper on freshwater amphipods with Janet Cogar,. a 1977 GSC graduate in biology CUrrently in the nursing program at Alderson- Broaddus College. The West Virginia Academy of Science was founded at Morgan- town on November 8, 1924, and was incorporated on May 9, 1959, under the Code of West Virginia as a "nonstock corporation which is not organized for profit but for the advancement of learning and scientific knowledge and the pro- motion of scientific work in West Virginia." Applicator's card required for Tordon Tordon 10K, the herbicide used by many area farmers to control Multiflora Rose, is now a Restricted Use Pesticide. By law, local venders are requiring anyone purchasing it to have a green plac- tic applicator's card issued by the State Department of Agriculture. These cards can be obtained by taking a test administered through Everett Mason, your local County Extension Agent. Currently 56 area farmers have received cost-sharing through the Agricultural Stabilization and Con- servation Service this year, for the application of approximately 3,650 pounds of tordon on 663 acres of pastureland. r ~ ~ aNN am n i iNto mm mm m m: mm m mm n mm m m ~m m m m mmm mm amino mlm ~m I I I I I I rl Several Styles and Colors in Stock--S7 o ,q. yd. u.,,,ud Cushion Vinyl Floor Coverin$--S4 ,q. 1,mU,d--m,,.,.,, Stock Patterns Additlmml Red Carpet $81e--66 o ,q. yd. Um bd.tq. N.4, Stock Patterns GRAND PRIZE DRAWING e-TnACX--XM- STS O wrm Ttnt AnLS Zmpioyem tnd Vtmfly Not XUeibJo Im..JW PRIZE WITH EVERY SALE I I I I I I I I I I I I I | I I I I 1 WE HAVE CUT THE REST OF OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES FOR THIS SALE. I I I I 9:00A.M. AIAY I1 COME IN AND SEE OUR FINE SELECTION. WE WANT TO SATISFY OUR CUSTOMERS. If you ore bufldin8 s new home, buy now at Sole Prices and we will install when you are ready. 9:00 A.M. To AY 12 I I I I ,I I "1 i I I I I GERW][G CONSTRUCTION--BILL GERWIG TNla, WV--Phmm 706-707(J I I I I I of Sutton m OIdRoute 10 sMb.Som _ J am am m i i m m.m am mm mmm m m ~mmm am, m i mm.'m mm-m m mmm, . A GIANT PAVEMENT PROFILER known as the CMI Roto-Mill was recently West Virginia Department of Highways fleet of highway maintenance 68,000 pound multi-purpose machine uses 178 tungsten teeth on a nine foot cutting head to grind away sections of deteriora rate of 70 feet per minute. David Bush to perform at GSC David Bush David Bush, a well- known West Virginia musician from Calhoun County will hold a perfor- mance at the Glenville State College auditorium on Monday, May 14, beginmng at 8 p.m. Sponsored by the Cultural Affairs Commit- tee at GSC, Bush has been playing and writing music since he was 10 years old. Bush, a 1975 graduate of GSC in music, has taught at Calhoun Coun- ty High School and has taken graduate courses at West Virginia Univer- sity. He has performed in Miami, Florida, and New York City as well as Pen- nsylvania. Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee, and played with a number of rock groups. Bush is preparing to record an album that is due to be released the first of next year. He lives in Spencer where he teaches at "The Studio" owned and operated by Ed Vineyard and Bush. The concert is open to the public. AR WA: HAVE THE FAMILY CAR SHINING FOR MOTHERS DAY Hand Washed-Dried-Glass Cleaned Vacuumed-White Walls ALL FOR $6.00 Sponsored by Glenville Jaycees Rain Dated June 2 Th We also have r, ;, and green plants, fresh and silk ar- rangement s, porc', boxq ;s, all ki of bedding.plants. Check ,vtth us f,)r the. corsage the Prom. T.ry the new ideas for corsage's thzs year. VISIT OR CALL YOUR EXTRA TOUCH FLORIST 462-7376 GlenviUe Consort to at GSC Libr The Glenv Renaissance a program of m and recorder evening, Robert F. munity is invite( a varied program refreshmentS- Directed by Si the consort is formers whO Renaissance and instrumen Included in are works by Palestrina, addition to the group a composers as Hindemith, The me Renaissance Davis, Beth Heather H Hymes, An nenberg, Owen. Farm Bu awards to The Gilmer awarded 250 Billie Grogg, Billie Grogg sophomore School and Chapter. and holds the FFA. Billie': tional year inclu( plants, 1 pig, The Gilmer is also sp( , a Gilmer attend Camp in Cedarville, mold Moss recipieJ the holds the He is the pr FFA Parli which place in the David h,' president FFA presenUy junior at School. 0 e a e e e o ..''' wALL : o o . . ~i1~ eo