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The GlenvDie Democrat/Pathfinder June 11 IM! "We'll need more money to fight off these attacksl" Bits and Pieces by Chuck Cavallo 0000000 Pubhc Broadcasting and Educational Tdlevision are the untapped resources of modern technology. This is exemplified by the fact that there are so few of these broadcast outlets, in the country, in particular, West Virginia. The programming currently aired by these stations are of the highest quality. Alistaire Cooke's "America", "The Adams Chronicles" and "Rich Man, Poor Man" have recently won several awards. Moreso, "Sesame Street", "Mister Rogers" and "The Electric Company" have won high acclaim for their educational material presented in a format appealing to the youngest of the younger set. Those who come out against Public and Educational Television and its programming simply don't watch it. If they did, they would have to see the positive effect it has. A lot of these programs go beyond traditional teaching methods. These children's educational shows show the viewer a whole other side. They see how other kids live, they learn new words and numbers in a way that they remember, in a way that is fun. Public and Educational Television is fast maturing. The caliber of its programming proves that. But it is still an untapped resource. It is by far one way to enlighten one generation and help mold another. Thuraday-Saturday, June 17,18, 19- West Virmda State Folk Festival, By HIBe == Glenville. Jearl Stump Ktmtz visited her mother, Mrs. Lena Stump, one day last Friday, June 11 - Meeting of the Gilmer County Trailridars, 8 p.m., at week. the clubhouse. Delphe Vannoy is home after spending a few days in Calhoun : Saturday, June 12-Cedar Creek Game Club annual picnic at the Hospital undergoing tests. Claude Pritt park on Little Bull Run beginning at 6 p.m. Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Kimble over the Memorial holidays were; Mr. and Mrs. David Dorsey and Sunday, Jtme 13-ThePerrMari Fuflly Reunion at the4-H Center in Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Berl Kimble and Glonville beginning at 8 a.m, All relatives and frinmds aze bzvited. Frankie, Mr. and Mrs. Charles - Sunday, June 13-CdenvUle itsbekah Lod 104 and Glene I.O.O.F. Hathaway, Scottie and Suzaune, from #105 will hold a joint memorial service at the LO.O.F. Cemetery in Weston, Mr. Tom Gainer from Burnsvme at 2:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. Glenvilla and Mr. Albert Woofter, reporter from the Parkersburg News. Mr. Chanta Rose was rushed to Friday, June 18-Pancake breakfast at the Senior Citizen's Center the Calhoun Hospital Monday morning, begimdml| at 7 a.m. Spmmered by the Senior Citizens and the June 1, by ambulance for a severe nose Nutrition Program. bleed. He was treated and returned to Saturday, June 19-Disabled American Veterans 720 "Forget Me Not" his home. Mrs. Jewell White was visiting Mr. Day. and Mrs. Harold Stump Saturday of = last weak. Sunday, June 20-"lm]k Parable Tree" Bible School open lmmm in the Word has been received here that basement of the Wesley Foundatioa building in the evening. Ola Vannoy is in the hospital and has Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shiflet and his father went to Virginia Tuesday. June 1, on business. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gainer were visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gainer. Mr. and Mrs. Ashy Minney and Mr. and Mrs. John Kimble were decoratin graves Friday, May 28, at the Minney grave yard on Lower Run. Mrs. Landis Meadows and Marlyn were shopping at June's Fabric Shop in Arnoldsburg, Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Selmon and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Salmon were visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Kimble and fishing in Right Hand Fork of Steer Creek. They caught a nice bunch of fish. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jack Boggs were visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold BeRgs, over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Vanhorn and grandson were spending several days visiting her sister, Mrs. Norma BARBARA WILLIAMS This week. my topic is "Formulas for Forecas "Criminal Culinary Curiosities". Got that? The way I what you know - and I've produced a good many unidentl own kitchen. Here are a few possible reasons: If your lovely muffins look as though a mole has besides the fact that your husband uses them to wax t over-enthusiastic about mixing the batter. Flour protein 11 "gluten ', stretchy stuff that expands around gas cells i hard as it is baked. The more you mix it, the strange  tunnels. Cool it with the spoon, baby! If you should discover that the reason your cake is at school is that they're used as frisbees at recess, try ! the other hand, your cakes run over the sides of the - clean the oven; or if they never seem to get done in thai or check your oven temperature. All ovens are a little have to adjust the temperature on your own to fits. Steam, air, and egg whites cause light and air, is more like a washcloth, be more careful about your egg whites, and don't break them up so much. Pie crust suitable for camp moccasins may be a water or the re-occurring gluten problem, from too One last biggie to remember is to slash the top crust you don't give the steam an escape hatch, you may pie, complete with rupture, bubble and boil. And Above all, read the recipe all the way through your monstrosity, making sure that you're not out whatever. Jesce Marriage License Clifford C. Rexford Dale Chaffin, 18, FJyria, Grantees, Ohio, and Joyce Lynn Smith, 17, Center Glenville. Robert James Calvin Steel, 20, Gassaway, Grantors; and Wands Jacquelyn Patrick, 21, Graves Glenville. of College Burl Wayne Keesecker, 23, Alum Mark S. Bridge, and Judith Ann Brady, 25, Stricidand Stouts Mill. Betty A. Donald Lee Peggs, 37. Linn, and Glenville. Sally Sue Lattea, 16, Glenville. William John Charles Edwards, 19, Sand Grantors: Fork, and Angehna Rose Turner, 18, McMahon- Glenville. Camp. Danny Joe Shock, 21, Fairmont, Varis C. and Marybeth Summers, 20, Glenville. - Grantors; Clydie Ray Fordyce, 26, Pine Douglas- Grove, and Connie Lou Lang, 25, Addition, Burnsville. Lee D. Emet Brohard, 47, Sand Fork, and Grantors; .t Betty Jean Blake, 29, Sand Fork. Surface of. Wills Tanner, De Jack V. Stalnaker qualified as Crosier l administrator for the Irma Langley do Coals, West estate. Glenville Merry E. Riffle qualified as Robert administratrix for the Howard E. Riffle Grantors; L. estate. Hinzman - Donald V. Danley qualified as JeanS. Executor for the C.F. Gaff estate, and Deeds Camden Thomas and Mary Lee McPherson Charles and Cecil and Joan C. Reaser Grantors; Grantors; Ernest J. Sr. and Linda I. Cecil erda - Grantees, Tract on Lower Big Holberts Run of Cove Creek, Troy district. District. Beecher E. and Barbara Reed - Thomas Grantors; Harry N. and Wandalane and Cecil Drake - Grantees, Parcel on Stewarts Grantors; Cree, Glenville District. Vedder- Scott and Ruth Furr - Grantors; Run of Survey teams in WVU ]' ' 'J ''" li'-]" ,, , had a serious operation. She is the Collins, the past week. A]so as visitors clean up"- project daughter of the late Elliot and Veela were Norma's daughter, Darlene Yoak = be h,  White. and children. ,  at the ( Editor's Note: The opinions expressed Mr. and Mrs. Ardall Vannoy were Lena Stump's daughter, Jearl took As a motorist, pedestrian, or these itel l' visiting his mother, Nora Vaunoy, her to Charleston for a check up. resident in Gilmer County these days, determine W.l[ in our Letters to the Editor column are recently. Mr. and Mrs. Edael Deweese and you may see teams of individuals waste predtj solely the opinions of the writer and Gladys Higginbotham was calling son were visiting his parents, Mr. and gathering, bagging, and tagging the cleanuP_,71| not those of the Glenviile Democrat. on Mr. and Mrs. Asby Minney Mrs. Harry Deweese, Sunday, June Names are withheld on request, but samples of litter along the highways. After P'JL, letters must be signed. Saturday, May 29. 6th. These teams will be conducting a tagging the MMflP -- .. ,.__.... -- research survey of solid waste along sample is r  -'mUI highways in-Braxton, Gihner, Lewis, authorized ett Upshur, Randolph, Barbour and The surP', 4 -v-_-..-_-v-_-_-_-_-_----- Tucker counties of Region VII in under the s :; Central West Virginia, between May Resource ia furt] 21 and June 30. of Agricult.'.,r  a  be : According to Dr. Ernest J. Nesius, "Duke" T$1 tt re- Open Letter: Tanner hottors students at dinner West Virginia University Agricultural Assistant, is .i]ze  A father about to chastise his son, said, "Son, I love you and because I Experiment Station, the survey is study. .  11 Arts designed to identify the t e and Each i " l in love you, this hurts me more than it will hurt you." Son, "If that is really so, . yp   :Dad, put it on pretty hard." In lhis instance, the son may not have been / ......  - _11 'r glass, and other items, and carrieS tatio ,helped; both would have been hurt without that father's love.  : -| " volume of solid waste such as cans, survey is an  , guitar In government, some exercise control over others. Governors and  ....... |   ! ! . "We hope to research the showing hiS  qzeCent e economic feasibility of reclaiming Dr. NesiusSe" : C.las governed both are hurt unless the former have father love. Reports say that our nation's massive effort against crime has failed. Failed for the lack of i I!| k ....  "ell are "gz know-how, or the lack of father love, in those administering the program? A  [: :! qualified candidate needs know-how for his job; he must have father love. ! F.J. Waldrop Mrs. Doris White to Julia Coffman; the Grade ClaSS Weston, W.Va.  , Music Award based on the joint School wer$ decision of Mr. Michael Barnhouse by Mr. RoRefj  and Miss Sandy Roberts was a formal $.1 presented to Jimmy Fitzwater. EighteOo t;''''-'-/v. i - , Two special awards, the Citizen- attended ship Award, based on scholastic grade. Mi.tNovit " Achievement was presented to Jimmy grade teecl# " '" Meadows who maintained a perfect during 4.0, in grades five through eight. The Published Every Frklay class sponsor, Mrs. Doris White, was grade. presented with a corsage of four grade By GILMER COUNTY PUBLISHING, INC. carnations representing her four years flower. At 108 E. Main St. as homeroom teacher. Members also along Glalville, WV 1 gave her a plant in a hanging basket as Doffs P[qn42-730 a live keepsake from the class, five Entertainment for the evening was Tanner Elementary School held a Mrs. Myrtle Roberts, member of the a program of slides called "Hysterical S:md-Clms postage paid st GIwville Recognition Dinner on Tuesday, June 1, Board of Education. Historical Moments." Narrated by the are: JinY md st mkitiol rnailLngpffl_c 1976, to honor the Eighth Grade Class Special awards, bronze medals class officers, Jim Oppe, Bruce Smith, Bush, ption price 6.0 tax included in Gilmor County; other - and their parents. In addition to the with red. white, and blue ribbons, and Kim Robinson, the slides included Coffman, West Virginia rmidnts RL00 tax included, Out of state students, their parents, the principal, were Riven to the following students: baby pictures of the students, school Edwards, $7.00. Cannot accept subscriptions for lass than Mr. Roger Brady, the class sponsor, Social Studies Award presented by pictures throughout their grade school Fitzwater, Mrs. Doris White and Mr. White, the Mr. Tom Minney to Jimmy Meadows; experiences, plus candid shot of an Hiclanan. months. (ALL PRICES EFFECTIVE FEB. 1st, 1/.) Tanner staff, other guests included: Jimmy is also a Golden Horseshoe eighth grade class day. The slide MeadowS, hOBERT D, ARNOLD PRESIDENT/PUBLIsHER Mr. Ronald Welty, County Superinten- winner; Math Award presented by presentation was made possible with Charlene CHUCK CAVALLO - EDITOR dent, Mr. Robert Hardman, Assistant Mrs. Gail Hamric to Kim Robinson; the help of Mr. Don Phillips and the Pettit, Superintendent, and Mrs. Hardman, Science Award presented by Mr. facilities of the Robert F. Kidd Library. Bruce JOAN LAYNE ....... OFFiCE MANAGER Mr. Bill Bennett, County rransporta- Robert Archer to Bruce Smith; On Friday, June 4, 1976, the Taylor, tion Supervisor and Mrs. Bennett, and Language Arts Award presented by twenty-seven members of the Eighth