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May 31, 1979     The Glenville Democrat
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The Glenville 11 nursing grad at Salem Cold Treatment_ out.!! // sta, Snake bite first aid" critical - " of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stalnaker of Auburn, graduated from Salem Suction should be applied with a tio If bre 1in tf vi. College on May 6 as a registered by Barbara S. Muffet Cold Treatment Out nurse with an associate degree. National Geographic First aid for snakebites is chang- suction cup for 30 minutes, or if a tim has no mouth-to. She was selected as one of the top News, entlce ing. The once-recommended cold suction cup is not available, with mouthresut -. be carried" _.....-......- -.._...... ....n. ,.. 20 honor students of the Senior pnic=nnn,.q an k==e Mn 't nn therapy, using cold compresses, the mouth. The venom should not A snak i,v," n ..... ice, or spray refrigerants, is nobe swallowed and the mouth on outings teda{eas. class at Salem College and as a ......... k0n , for v,,,,vl,, to bite ............ ha,t uuh, n nnn n rh =d tnn rln,= v uonger aov0seo ur unarms H watt should be rinsed afterward. If such =n a avolaeo, member of Gamma Beta Phi, honor .......... .,.,.r ............... I. ......... ""' " " " w - such as organization. _ , a snake will defend itself. A master ,Jr. OT, a surgeon ear prote( I!Vl -=ntS, and Ginny was also on the [Jean s wno nas extensively studieo Do not give the victim alcohol, mid-calf bo )ffi of camouflage, a snake can strake ........... sedatives, aspirin, or other medica- mid-foreal --v.v.v ..v _,v..m v_~. ~.l~v I,=. .= List while attending Salem. She h,=fnr virti w=r ,=.,=,= "t snaKeolle lreatmem, reports coco treatment actually may in- was a 1977 graduate from Her- About 45,000 snakeb,tes are .... 0 ii ~nn v~_ " d= Ilnit~ crease the hkhhood of disfigure risville High School. r_,.vrtd ,n th ....... d States, . " Horses need vaccinati onA fifth nf thi=_rn nnlqnnn=,~ mere or amputation. The American --"" ............. " ......... Red Cross and the American Although only about 12 of these .......... I are fatal, chances of dish urement . Kuhl gets free plants . o,ca, .ssoc,a,,on now a,so g ' Even though vaccines are readily not appeared incesta S .... o0scourage cold therapy and cnpphng are h0 h ff pro er .......... ..... g P wn available to protect horses aaainst 1971 v=t,,rinari reuv,,,,,,c=,u ,,v= ,u.uwuu. . equnne sleep=ng sickness, horses be o t: '" I Receiving 250 strawberry plants .-^.-....., ,.. -.., ,..,,--. --, at snoula De oone In me rlelQ . , .. -, ...... --~ a =ing=t ;, I donated to an active 4-H club Most poisonous snakebites are tor a snakebde vnchm? ece halities, man horses in the because, it w ns s ner member by the Gilmer County made by rattlesnakes, water o, .h0m to a hospital im- P Y ........... r United States are not protected than horses and could reeme ge at I | Farm Bureau was Ronnie Kuhl, 14 mocassins, and copperheads. A meo0ately. against this disease, any time. _ _. .,knesses af yearold son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronaldfew are made by the fourth major -Keep..the . vact=m calm, Ralph Knowles, veterinarian in All three s ng =,', .- " nni n , preferably lying clown with the bit- Kuhl of Glenville. Ronnie is presi ...... no__ ..n_k_ the coun- . " ....... , - nurses [en extrem=Ty at or De ow nean charge of the department s equine tect humans as '.".',Am an try--the coral snake--found in the . . health services, said horses need Birds usually s dent of his 4-H club, the Letter Gap southern states. More than half of ravel . ........ yearly vaccinations for protectionwestern virus, mvov? -,. !" I" Clover Climbers, and has taken 13 apply a constncnng oand z to 4 Club 4-H projects in the three years heall venomous bite cases occur in incnes above the bite but not against sleeping sickness. It takes transmit thed ffm_me,D,=, s - has participated in the Gilmer Texas, North Carohna, Florida, . J -" .... , the virus can I r g County program. He is currently ==nrni /n,,iei=n= Ark n_e. _ arouno a joint (elbow, knee, wrist, two in'ections before the mosquitoto hnr = =c= or humans, vv .... =' .......................... or ankle) and not around the head, season, he said. Venezuelan, I'0w "h"t mos s t enrolled in 4-H strawberry planting neck, or trunk. The band should be pony population of the United quitoes" biting infecteo D ...... and harvesting projects. We estimate the horse and multiply sO P .Y ,t. 1 ;i'u."sTra; Ronnie is a freshman at Gilmer unaa...... I::vere three-fourthSand snug, buttlooselVZenoughinchestowide'slip States at 8 ,million animals," certain diseases. i on County High School. a finger underneath. Knowles said. Our figures show the virus to va inateo n us ,,,ay aT. Drennen arrives." i elf the victim is more than 1V2 that only a million doses of vaccine or people. -ften fatal to had Charge of devo- West Virginia ,ours from medical help or if aare being produced each year, diseaSe is o -. ...... which means the vast majority of horses - may initially cause Bacil and Sandra Drennen of Let- dangerous snake, such as a rattler ..... . ,, , imals follow- Wasread by all. travel book availabl ter Gap, are announcing the birth is the offender, immediately use in. horses are not being vaccinated hyperactivitvintllean. . " - drowsiness, ess session, e of their second child, a boy, named cision and suction. As much as Combinataon vaccines are ed by abnormal ........ ,s.. taught the A new, full-color travel book on Chad Everett born May 15, at half of the venom can be removed available for all three types of tremors, lack of coordinat=on anu equine encephalitis--eastern, loss of weight. The Spencer Roane Hospital. Chad if this isdone within three minutes, western and Venezuelan. Eastern chew excessi : COmplain Like West Virginia has just come off the weighed 8 pounds 9V2 ounces and and a lesser amount within 30 ,. presses and will be made availablewas 22 inches long. minutes. It is of no value, however, and western types occur seasonal- swallowinn, Show mpa,, u ;.,- , arie Flahertyto anyone requesting travel infor- The father isemployed by Four- after 30 minutes, ly in many pads of the U.S. sign, red ced reflexes anu ,to o the follow- mation on the state, Governor D Manufacturing. Incision Method Although the Venezuelan type has regular gait. Mavis Rockefe.qer announced this week. The paternal grandparents are The cut should extend over the Hinter, The 44-page book, designed and Everett and India Drennen of Letter fang marks and should be about Uence Mat- ladcliff and tors: Jeanne lnd Michael drew the door rned to meet 13 at 7:30. President rty, Secretary lens homes Mobile Homes released 1978 indicate that were sold Leff ation's Ex- that this is passed COnsistent Per Year-in- segment of lic depends t un, 3371 units mobile of the =ration. the West Velopment of all ;rginia since factory Carr bean,s list Mr. and has s List at ,r the se. written by the staff in the Gover- nor's Office of Economic and Com- munity Development, replaces a large number of small brochures formerly used to answer inquiries, and combines all information about travel in the state into one publication. The book contains over 120 color photographs of West Virginia scenes, and features information on the state's fairs and festivals, arts and crafts, glass factories, ski- ing, whitewater rafting, parks and forest, country inns, caverns and other points of interst. The new book also contains a fold-out map of the state. A copy of the travel book is available by writing: Governor's Of- fice of Economic and Community Development, Travel Development Division, State Capitol, Charleston, WV 25305. luate of is a stu- in national exhibit Chip Jacobs.of Newberne and Charles Scott of Glenville will be among 26 West Virginians whose crafts will be featured in a two- month show at the Smithsonian In- stitute in Washington, D.C. beginn- ing June 1. Furniture constructed by Jacobs and pottery by Scott were selected by officials of the Renwick Gallery, National Collec- tion of Fine Arts on May 1 for inclu- sion in the show. All the West Virginia work will be available for purchase through the Gallery. Other area artisans whose work will be exhibited include Connie and Tom McColley of Chloe (baskets); Jim Wiest, Rock Cave (leather) and Ron Queen, Buckhan- non (pottery). New baby girl! Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Squibb are the parents of a baby girl, Michele Renee, their first child. The new daughter was bum April 12 at Calhoun General Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jarvis of Stump town. Paternal grandparents are Mrs. Lorena Squibb of Lawton, Oklahoma, and Allen Squibb of Mt. View, California. ENROLL NOW a Professional Hairdresser TERMS AVAILABLE AVAILABLE" " ETERAN APPROVED" . 3areer Today" ACCREDITED BEAUTY SCHOOL St., Clarksburg, VP4 Phone 624.8473 Ph.------- ..... --- Gap and the maternal grand- parents are the late Delbert King and LaVerne King of Las Vegas, Nevada. The mother is the former Sandra King. one-eighth inch deep and no longer than one-fourth inch. The cut should be made along the long axis of the limb and should not be made on the head, neck, or trunk. Change in law to effect reckless drivers DMV Commissioner Virginia Roberts announced today that on June 9 the registration of a vehicle will no longer be suspended when the registered owner is convicted of a major traffic offense. This change is due to a law passed by the Legislature in its last session. In the past, when the registered owner of a vehicle was convicted of DUI, drag racing, negligent homicide, manslaughter with an automobile, hit and run, or amass- responsibility for the act on the person who commits the act and not on everyone in his family," she added. "Whoever makes the fewest perso~ uneasy is the best bred in the company." Jonathan Swift of the vehicle was suspended, until proof of financial responsibility for the future was established by the owner. This meant that no one could operate the vehicle until the financial responsibility re- quirements had been met. Now, although the owner will have his operator's license revok- .ed, his family may continue to use the vehicle, Mrs. Roberts noted. "1 think this change in the law is a positive step because it places the Give the most welcome -- and practical -- gift of all. A beautiful Bulovawatch. 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