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2 The Glenvme Democrat/ Pathtlnder June 9, 17 I I I I I Editorials & Comments i i!i;i!iiiii!iiiiiiiiii, i iiiiiiiiTiiiii i!iii!iiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiii!!iiii!ii!iii!iiiiiiiiii7ii7i!iiiiiiiiiiii!iiii I I Calendar I wed,june 8 "The Silhouettes", a weight reduction club, will meet in the Lockney Recreation building every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. }oan Marks is the leader and Gertrude Norman is the weight recorder. Our correspond00;,ots thuts, june 9 From time to time we in the newspaper business like to toot our own horn. We have some people who contribute to the news columns of our paper that deserve special recognition once in a while. Our rural correspondents are volunteers who work for nothing but the satisfaction of keeping their neighbors informed, whether it be about who was visiting last week or details of a hard news event we in Glenville sometimes miss. In this week's issue we have two examples of our correspondents being on top of breaking news in their community. Tanner News Correspondent Irene Hogue brought us details of a wreck on Trace Fork involving Rev. Ronzel Roberts and Normantown News Correspondent Nedra Alltop recounted the facts of a robbery at the home of Audy Turner. Some city readers or out-of-towners may laugh at some of the "gossip" our correspondents report, but such news is as important to a country weekly as national press wires are to the big city daily newspapers. These columns help set a "down-home" tone for our newspaper and it's the home town news that gives weekly newspapers their appeal. If you have an item of interest to the community remember to call the correspondent in your area. They are: Irene Hogue-Tanner; Mary Burton-Conings, Troy; Thelma Shackleford-Cox's Mill, Nedra Alltop-Normantown; Hazel Flint-Rocky Fork, Orlando; Audrey Conrad-Sand Fork and Marcella Luzader-Dusk Camp. G.C.A.R.S.E. elected Officials, executive board members and chairpersons of committees will meet at 10 a.m. at Gilmer County High School to prepare a program for the coming year. For more information call President june Bell, 462-8183, after 7 p.m. The 4-H Pinners will meet at 3 p.m. in the Extension Office. The 4-H junior Leaders will meet at 1:30 p.m. in the Extension Office. The Gilmer County Farm Bureau will meet at 8 p.m. in the Extension Office. sat, june 1 t Dawson Farms will sponsor a horse show starting at 7 p.m. , The Gilmer County Gospel Singers Association will sponsor their monthly sing at the Recreation Center at 7:30 p.m. Featured will be the Gospel Mountainaires of Colfax, W.V. and the Glad Hearts of Roane County. The public is invited. The Cox's Mill United Methodist Church will have a rummage and bake sale today and june 18 at 10 a.m. at the Cox's Mill United Methodist Church. The Gilmer County Head Start will hold a pop bottle drive with proceeds going to an outing for the pre-school children. If you have pop bottles to pick up call the Center at 462-7422 before Saturday. sun, june 12 The Newberne Youth Group will sponsor a movie "The Restless One" in the Newberne Church at 8 p.m. The public is invited. men, june 13 The Glenville Branch of the American Associatio o University Women ,{AAU will meei at 7:30 p.m. in the multi-purpose room of the GSC Pioneer Centerte plan'programs - for the coming year, All members and prospective members are urged to attend. by If you noticed an undesirable odor in the may have been that of turpentine. The Gilmer Leaders cosmetically improved the couv Recreation Center this past week and a solvent was needed for the clean-up adding to pollution in the area. Patty White and Keith Morrow dis mixes together all the tribal colors an "icky" That's what happens when you use your dripping paint, right Patty? Pat Minney and Kenneth Kuhl taught me thought that the only way to walk across a with green feet was when the grass had bee But alas, this is not necessarily so! At the "nineteen", I have discovered that when pat l painting the green Seneca section of the possible to come away with green paint most fellas? After painting with these youths for that several are champions. To acknowledge make the following painting awards: Quietest, Donna Bumgardner; Sloppiest, Patty White; McPherson and Pat Minney; Neatest, Kenny Diane Somerville and Debby Simmons; Vicki Adams; Most Pernickety, Keith MorrO, jan Hinzman; Chewin-est, Bob Hatton and Dav Most Befitting Paint Brush, Dawn Hinzman. On behalf of the Gilmer County 4-H Development, I wish to thank these young in renovating the council circle. I am sure will be attending 4-H camp this summer will freshly painted areas each evening. k  -k "k "A" "k The Folk Festival will feature something for Gilmer County 4-H'ers. Rush Butcher and the Nicholas County will be performing at the festival and 4-H families in the county. I have arranged with Rush for these some square dancing and folk dances to County 4-H'ers. O Friday end Saturday, at 1 p.m. and engiround 5 p.m.. any .. dance with this group in the Glenville State' Pioneer Center. This is an opportunity which those interested in folk or square dancing will not to see you there! Ambulance calls00 May 23 to ]nne 5 5-24-77.1:13 p.m. - Dewitt Talmage Wright from Glenville to Camden Clark Hospital, Parkersburg 5-25.77, 0:30 a.m. - Doyle Basil from Stonewall Jackson Hospital to Normantown 5-26-77.11i10 a.m. - Flossie Marks from Glenville to Stonewall Jackson Hospital 5.27-77, 1:55 p.m. John Richardson from Sand Fork to United Hospital Center, Clarksburg 5-28-77, 8:00 a.m. -Bud Boore from Seaton Nursing Home. Clarksburg to Glenville 5-28-77. 7:47 p,m. - Olive Bemlett from Cox's Mills to Calhoun General Hospital 5-26.77, 8:00 p.m. - Dispatched to Troy Rt. 18 patient refused transportation 5-29-77.9:10 p.m. - Viola Williams from Glenville to Calhoun General Hospital 5-30-77. 7:50 p.m. - Bird Wilcox from Camden Flats to St, Joseph Hospital. Parkersburg 5-31-77. 9:05 p.m. Mazal M, Stallman from Rt. 47 to Roane General Hospital 6-1-77.1:37 p.m. - Forest L. Heiney from Third Run to Calhoun General Hospital 6-2-77. 8:50 p.m. - Ronzel Roberts from Trace Fork to United Hospital Center 6-2-77. 8:40 p.m. - Ronald Kelley from Leopold to Gilmer County Medical Center. Clarksburg and on to Calhoun General Hospital 6-5-77. 5:06 p.m. William Clevenger from Bull Fork to Gilmer County Medical Center 6-5-77. 5:06 p.m. - Charles Jenkins from Bull Fork to Grlmer County Medical Center CORRECTION Last week we reported that John Hickman was fined $28 by Magistrate Robert Minigh for reckless operation and driving without a license. He was instead fined $76 after being charged with offense by Deputy Sheriff Dale Hacker. GLENN HESS of Glenvme landed this 4 pound 20 inch smarlmouth bass In the tallwaters of the Sutton Dam. He was using Velveeta cheese as bait. [Democrat photo] Yeagers hold birthday celebration A party was given at the home of Dick and Sally Yeager. 945 Mineral Rd. on Saturday. May 28 to celebrate Mamie Wilsen's 72nd birthday. She is from Massilon, Ohio. She was presented a hanging flower pot as a gift, Those present were: Dessie. Debide, Lucy and Eddie Wolfe; Junior, Hrlda, Gre, Cindy and Shawn Reed:. Sally and Dick Yeager; Kay and Stacy Squibb; Charlotte Yeager. Euna and Tracy Yeager; Wilbur. Rella and Mike Yeager of Morgantown; Jessie Luzader; BetW, Hap and Willard Wright; Marie Yeager; Rachel Wilson: Flora Wilson; Charmin and Pauline Golden; Wands Boggs: Patricia Clutter of Canton, Ohio: Nancy, Todd and Tracie Minney; Sandy Carney; Joyce Minney; Pat Gibson of Cleveland, Ohio; Alma Greenlief: Pearl Woodyard of Massilon. Ohio and Lula McCartney of Rlchwood. Retired school employees meet The Gilmer County Retired School Employees Organization was repre- sented at the 18th Council meeting of the West Virginia Association of Retired School Employees. held at Jackson's Mill, May 24, 25. by the following: June Bell, President: B.C. Murphy, Retiring President: Claudia W. Greynolds, Secretary and Eulah Barker. The group was entertained Tuesday evening by the Fairmont Senior High Choraliers. This was followed by an address by President- Elect NRT-Mr. Frank Hughes. He gave the following goals: 1. 1977-78-membership increase by 50.407 members. 2. Increase in all benefits. 3. Strengthen local organizations 4. Identify power structure and learn how to combat it 5. Desirable persons for leader- ship- "What can I do for the cause of a better life for older Americans?" Calhoun, Gilmer and Ritchie counties served as hosts for the reception Tuesday evening May 24. Cookies and punch were served. June Bell, Eulah Barker and Claudia Greynolds served as hostesses for Grlmer county. A Memorial Service directed by Pearl Ward was given Wednesday morning. W.T. Brotherton, president of the W.Va. senate gave a talk on "Legislation Concerning ,Retirement Systems." This was followed by a question and answer period. robberies {Continued from page 1 ) Officer Dean Boone, the women expressed some interest in the items Shuman had for sale on his front porch. Boone said one of the women asked Shuman for a glass of water, but as Shuman went down a step toward his, kitchen the woman said she had changed her mind. But as Shuman started to come back up the step the three women allegedly accosted him and stole $160 from his wallet. Shuman told Boone the women proceeded south on RL33.!19 and turned up Whiting Avenue. Boone and Sheriff James were called to the scene but were unable to find the car. TOP JUDGES--Grlmer County's 4-H Tri.Dtstrict 4-H Contest May 28 at the near Pruntytown. Team members were [l-r] Hatton, Dawn Hlnzman, Jeff Barley, Kim Barley led the team in scoring with 371 with 336. Grlmer County Extension Agent team coach. Beef producers rn The Gilmer County ASCS Office will register beef producers June 6 through June 17 to vote on a Beef Research and Information order. Beef producers who fail to register cannot vote in the July referendum. If over half the registered producers vote and two-thirds of the voters approve the order, the Secretary of Agriculture would appoint a Beef Board. The board would collect assessments on sales of cattle and use the funds for beef research and information programs. Vanhorn re The third annual reunion of the Decendents of Albert and S.E. Vanhorn was held at the Recreation Center at Glenville May 29. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jenkins; Mrs. Ines White; Mr. and Mrs. Elton Cox: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Butler; Mrs. Maple DeHart; Mr. and Mrs. Woedford Stout; Mrs. Arlene Keller; Mrs. June Hosmer; Mrs. Wrlla Whitesel; Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Childers; Mrs. Arleta Long; Mr. and Mrs. John Cox: Mr, and Mrs. Emerson Vanhorn; Mrs. Pare Haley and sons David and Daniel: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Childers: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Frame and For more Gilmer Alfred Director reminds of their Research through the Those their July 13, daughter Randy, a Richard and son Moore Tony stage a as we hold a the