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May 31, 1979

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~i¸ / 31 !~ i~¸ }, i • 12 The Glenville Democrat.Pathfinder West Virginian wins USDA award An official of the Con- servation Service (SCS) West Virginia, Frank W. Clover Jr. of Morgantown received the second highest award offered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture in a ceremony in Washington on Wednesday, May 23. He was among 63 individual employees of the Department of Agriculture to receive the Superior Service Award• Only 12 individual winners of the award nationwide in 1979 are from the SCS• Glover serves on the SCS state office staff as the agency's state resource conservationist. His award is for his work on reclama- tion of surface mined lands, for ef- forts both in his state position and as a member of an inter- departmental task force on tem- porary assignment to Washington during periods of 1977 and 1978. Clover was born in Herndon in Wyoming County and graduated from high school there in 1935. He graduated from West Virginia University in 1947 with a degree in agronomy, after having served in the Army from 1941-46. BALLOT Glenville Municipal Election TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 1979 To vote for a candidate, mark an X in the square to the left of the name. FOR MAYOR (Vote for one) Ronald J. Gregory 30 Powell St. ,7.] Martin A. Logan 419 Norris Road Guy Simmons 309 East Main St. Phyllis M. Starkey 9 Center St. FOR MUNICIPAL JUDGE (Vote for one) [] Delbert L. Davidson 612 Walnut St. FOR RECORDER (Vote for one) [] Edna White 210 Howard St. (Vote for one) [] Don E. Barker 103 College St. [] Donald Sheets 216 Howard St. FOR CITY COUNCIL Ward II (Vote for one) [] Larry B. Chapman 30t Walnut St. [] Lucie Portier O'Brien 415 Norris Road FOR CITY COUNCIL WARD ill (Vote for one) [] Donald David Barnes 895 Walnut St. [] Lonnie Fitzpatrick 701 Walnut St. [] Freddie D. Helmick 697 North Lewis St. FOR CITY COUNCIL Ward IV (Vote for one) [] Elmer J. Shaver 108 Park St. [] FOR CITY COUNCIL Ward V (Vote for one) [] Bantz Collins 421 Charles St. [] Harry Hoover 207 Whiting Ave. I, Edna White, Recorder for the City of Glenville, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy of that ballot to be voted at the Municipal Ete lOn of the City of Glenville to be held Tuesday, June 1, 1979. Edna White Legal Class II-0 5-31c grad has 'honor band' He joined the SCS at Princeton in September 1947 as a soil conser- vationist and served in that capaci- ty at Union from 1948-52• In 1952 he came to the state office in Morgan- town where he served successive- ly as agronomist, plant materials specialist, assistant state resource conservationist and state resource conservationist• His wife, Maxine, is principal of Westover Elementary School• They have two daughters and live at 664 Villa Place, Morgantown• ~, ~ i~,~ I Frank W. Clover, Jr. GILMER COUNTY AUCTION BARN Top Town Hill Glenville AUCTION - Monday 6:30 p.m. Auctioneer: Robert J. Butcher Metropolitan can simplify your life •.. with insurance protection for your • Auto • Life • Home • Health Makes life a httle s~mpler, handle you~ personal insur- ~"~ ance needs And you can be sure that w~th Metropolitan Property and L~abdity In- st, rance Company you will recetve the same excellent serwce Metropohtan L=fe pohcyholders have enjoyed for over a century. Call me .for your personal insurance needs HUNTER B. BEALL JR. Rt. 1 Box9 Rosedale, W.Va. R es idence (304) 364-8623 AVON HIGH SCHOOL Marching Band of Indianapolis, Indiana O Metropolitan Like to feellivelier? ~etropo~tan L~e ;ns Co N Y N Y Metr0P0htan Pr0~erty and' Dab,i~tv Ins Co. Warwick R Frostburg State College• He is a brother of Mrs. Yvonne Gillespie of Glenville• Row, a native of Junior, is a graduate of Glenville State College and holds a master's degree from Richard Row, a former band director at Glenville High School, will lead one of the two "honor bands" chosen for the West Virginia Strawberry Festival Parade on Saturday, June 2. White House conference in Charleston business community the oppor- tunity to discuss the future of small business with White House officials. The Charleston meeting is one of a series being conducted across the country in preparation for the White House Conference on Small Business which President Carter West Virginia small businessmen and women are be- ing invited to attend an open forum in Charleston sponsored by the White House Conference on Small Business• The forum will be held June 6 at the Charleston House. It is design- ed to give the West Virginia small WV Dairy Show entries due June 1 The 38th annual West Virginia Dairy Show and Festival will be held at Jackson's Mill State 4-H Camp August 12-16. The deadline for entries is June 1. Writers conference at The events begin on Monday, August 13 with the State 4-H Dairy Cattle Judging Contest in which county teams vie for the honor of representing West Virginia at na- Marshall "Our first conference, held in Charleston last year, attracted some 250 workshop registrants. " says Julia Canady of Dunbar. direc- tor of this year's event. "The con- terence is an opportunity for West Virginians to learn from writers who have achieved success on a large scale, and to establish mutually rewarding contacts with other writers." The conference is open to the public without charge. Writers, published or unpublish- ed, are invited to the second an- nual West Virginia Writers Con- terence, June 7-9, at the Memorial Student Center, Marshall Universi- ty, Huntington• Workshops, conducted by na- tional literary figures, will alternate with readings, lectures and other special events throughout the three-day program• The conference is sponsored by West Virginia Writers, Inc•, a non- profit organization of writers from across the state. Ambulance Runs May 20 -- May 26, 1979 5-22.79:2:57 p.m.--Ann Peters to Dr. Hoover's office and on to Calhoun General Hospital, Grant. sville. 5-23-79:12:05 p.m.--Mary Furr to Camden Clark Hosptiai, Parkersburg. Maybe lose weight a bit ii::i faster? Try PEPSTEP! The exercise plan devel- oped for us by a leading car- diologist. You do the exercising on your own, not at our regular meetings. ICs optional, easy, and fun! NEW CLASS OPENING Wednesday, June 6 at 6: 0 PM Trinity United Methodist Church 112 E. Main Street Glenvllle, West Virginia For more information, call (toll-free) 1-800-642-8275, 5-24-79:10:45 a.m•--To Bernie's Restaurant-No Transport 5-25-79:8:48 p.m.--Gene Pers- inger to Dr. Hoover's office and on to Calhoun General Hospital, Grantsville. 10:10 p.m.--Carolyn King to Calhoun General Hospital, Grant: sville. 4:15 p.m.--Loren S. McCartney to Calhoun General Hospital, Grantsviile. 7:25 p.m.--Loren S. McCartney from Calhoun General to United Hospital Center, Clarksburg. 7:25 p.m.--Georgia McCartney from Calhoun General to United Hospital Center, Clarksburg. 9:05 p.m.--Clarence Dobbins to Calhoun. General Hospital Grant- sville. Hose & le Gas Pipe Under Row'S High School has won every petition it has Row was part of the 1 has called for conference is White House business needS ¢) WEIGHT WATCHERS INT'L INC., 1979, OWNER OF THE WEIGHT WATCHERS & PEPSTEPTRADEMARKS. Partici session represent tional confe held in tional workshops sylvania, marks the shows repre five ma activities cu with the 12th Heifer afternoon Contest in crowning ry • throughout planned edc tivities. For further ir the Gilmer CO= at 462-7061 o Agricultural Virginia Un WV 26506. The Gilmer FFA cha Central test at School MaY were David Richard =rds. de recornmen tices, rm lime and Also, on and Mike County to " Soil Con.' for the placed tenth- N ff 269-4%1 or 269-471 462.S689 Local FFA in District