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8 The Glenvme Democrat/Pathfinder June I0, 1976 Mike Montgomery to receive award for deer kill Michael Montgomery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lenard Montgomery of 109 Whiting Avenue, Glenville, who downed a 10 point buck on Sliding Run this past season, has been invited to attend a state convention to receive a certificate for his kill. Mike&apos;s deer measured 157 and 5/8 inches about the antlers, 6/8 inches shorter than the statewide winner. It measured 158 3/8 inches. The certificates and trophies wilt be awarded at the State Isaac Walton League Convention, June 4-6, at the Greenbrier County Youth Camp near Anthony, West Virginia. Montgomery was informed of his award recently in a letter from Samuel Vandevender, Information Represen- tative for the Isaac Walton League. at relidence of Harry Drake Lettergap, West Virsinia 7 Miles from Glenville on Rt. 119-33 Saturday, June 12,/976 Starting at 11:00 a.m. ANTIQUES -- 4-piece parlor set, chair table, flat iron, gas street light, glassware (Carnival, Depression, Ruby, Cobalt, Akro), telephone, stone jars, lantern, clock, cowbells, butter mould, side saddle, milk cans, accouter register, baby cradle, spinning wheel, tools. Couch, chairs, rocking chairs, T. V., dressing table, dresser, table, cabinet, bed and dresser, stove, dishes, knick knacks, dining room suite, bathroom organizer, towel pole, shower stall, electric heaters, blankets, quilts, washer, glider, swing, tool cabinet, air conditioners, Gravely tractor (electric start w/attachment, S. 1963 Scamp caroer (fold-up type). TERMS: CASH OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS LUNCH WILL BE SERVED REASON FOR SELLING: BOUGHT A FURNISHED HOME CLOSE TO WORK Auctioneer: Ed Duelley Owner: Mr. & Mrs. Harry Drake PUBLIC SALE Park Woodyard residence on Stumptown Rosedale Road, One Mile Below Shock, June 12,1976 at I:00 P.M. End tables, stand, typewriter, phonograph and records, lot quilts, bedspreads, blankets, lot towels [new and used], 1 set dishes, two sets stainless steel tableware, churn and lid, whiskey bottles, lot books, crocheted bedspread, dories and scarves, skillets, lot pots and pans, pressure cooker and bed springs. ANTIQUES Dishes, gallon crock, lots stone Jars and Jugs, coffee mills, trunks [one camel back], large picture frames, side saddle, Remington rifle [single shot], butter mold, Edison phonograph [can be rebuilt], 8 gallon brass kettle, 8 gallon iron kettle. Chore Master garden tractor, push plow, No. 10 Velcan turn plow, farm trailer, wheel barrow, garden spray, bee supers, electric saw, electric motor, buck saws, one man saw, two sets harness, four wagon wheels, two lawn mowers. Other things too numerous to mention. Sandwiches and beverages for sale Not responsible for accidents. Terms cash. AUCTIONEER: Clark Mhmey I i Details given on motors, boat registration If you use any size motor-electric, gas or diesel--on your boat or canoe in West Virginia. it must be licensed beginning Iuly 1, according to the W.Va. Department of Natural Resour- ces. Applications for the new licenses are now available from hunting and fishing license agents in the county and from the local office of the Department of Natural Resources, The six-month (July 1 to December 31} license fee for all motors more than 3 hp is $2.50. While boats propelled with motors less than 3 hp must be registered, no license fee is charged. Boats without motors do not need to be registered. All licenses will be subject to renewal for next year. says DNR. Fee for a one-year license {January 1 to December 31. 1977} number for boats having 3 hp or larger motors will be $5.00, No fee will be charged for motors less than 3 hp. CAMDEN FLATS by Ruth Tinney Those visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cota Greenleaf the past weekend for Memorial weekend were: Mr. and Mrs. Linn Waggoner of Bull Fork; Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Willis of Parkersburg; Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Greea,leaf of Weirton; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ralston of Akron, Ohio; Mrs. Artie Greenleaf of Clendenin and Mr. and Mrs. Ersel Greenleaf of Elk View. We're sorry to report that Mr. Cota Greenleaf has been a patient in the Grantsville Hospital for two weeks. The above mentioned has also visited Mr. Greenleaf at the hospital. Visitors in the home of Mrs. Merele Owens for Memorial weekend were; her two daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel James and Mr. and Mrs. Don Prunty and two sons, Darron and Jay, all of Parkersburg. Recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Flavil Tixmey were Mr. Tinney's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Perkins of Buckhannon. Mrs. Gladys Edwards had as guests recently, her sister, Mrs. Flossie Miller, a nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Miller, all of Texas, a niece, Joyce Kovac of Lorraine, Ohio, another nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Moore and son of Rosedale. Other visitors were Mrs. Marie Yeager and Billie Cox. Mrs. Edwards' daughter, Jose- phine {Jo} Sullivan, is in the Grantsville Hospital for tests and observation. Visiting last week with Mrs. Leafy Hinkle were her sister and brother-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. James McCoy of Spring Lake, N.C. Mrs. Hinkle is spending a few days this week with her daughter-in- law, Mrs. Eva Mae Hinlde of Parkersburg, She will also visit other relatives while in Parkersburg. Recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Marks were; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marks and two daughters, Kimberly and Melisia, of Elyria, Ohio. Mrs. Hazel Ashcraft spent a few days recently with her son, Richard, near Parkersburg. Those visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Turner for Memorial weekend were, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wiant of Vienna and Mrs. George Miller of Delphos, Ohio. Mrs. Miller is the former Margret Collins. Mrs. Miller teaches school in Delphos. Folk music courses Should folk music be an important part of the curriculum in West Virginia's schools? The public is invited to a discussion of this and related topics on Friday, June 18, at 4:00 p.m. in the Wesley Foundation in Glenville. Dr. Thomas S. Brown. music professor at WVU who has been director of the folk music course development project for the state Department of Education, will describe a successful pilot project conducted this spring in Cowen. Webster County. He will use slides and tapes to show how some 350 school children responded to being introduced to ballad singing, folk tales, and instrumental techniques. Dr. Brown's visit is being sponsored by the Committee for Humanities and Public Policy in West Virginia as part of its "Traveling Humanist" program. Dr. Barbara W. Tedford, Associate Professor of English at Glenville State College and Field Humanist for C.H.A.P.P., is in charge of the arrangements. The purpose of the Traveling Humanist project is to promote discussions of public policy by drawing upon the talents of humanists, those people who, according to guidelines set forth by the National Endowment for the Humanities (the ultimate source of funds for the project}, are involved with the following disciplines: modern and classical languages, linguistics, literature, history, jurisprudence, philosophy, archeology, comparative religion, ethics, history and criticism of ROCKY FORK NEWS Hazel Flint Visiting Hazel Flint over the holidays were her children; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Grimes and family of Clarksburg; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Riffle and family of Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wilfong of Pennsylvania and their three children: Mrs. Flint's grandson, Roger Grimes and wife and son of Clarksburg, Russell Jr. Grime, wife and son of Clarksburg, Mrs. Flint's son and family of Rocky Fork, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Collins and family. Ray and Mary Flint of Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Osborne and Cecil Osborne of Linn, also visited Hazel Flint over the weekend. School is out for the summer which makes all the kids happy. Mr. Walter Donaldson has been on the sick list but is recovering. Mrs. Blanche Gibson's grandchil- dren have been visiting her for two weeks and this week she is visiting in Tennessee and Texas. Leo Lowther of Ohio is visiting his mother, Mrs. Stada Lowther of Linn. Helen Collins went shopping in Burnsville last week. HEARING TEST SET FOR GLENVILLE W. VIRGINIA Electronic hearing test will be given at the Conrad Hotel in Gtenville each third Wednesday of the month from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. by Mr. Kemper Hyre, Certified Hearin 8 Aid AudioioRist. BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICE 442-B. W. Pike St. Clarksburg. W.Va. 26301 illl i ill i VASQU MEDICAL CORP. ANNOUNCES THE TRANSFER OF DR. JOSEPH VASQUEZ ROSEMA R MEDICAL PARKER URG EFFECTIVE IULYL12, 1976 GRANTSvlLLE OFFICE WlL CLOSE JUNE 26. in schools to be the arts, and "those aspects of the social sciences which have humanistic content and employ humanistic 'I methods." Brown Dr. Brown, who teaches courses Folk in Appalachian folk music at WVU. has topic, been collecting examples from all over herita the state for the University's Sound suitable too many driving you @ LET US HELP THOSE Tt If a whole lot of stacking up on you, a from us may be your ' them off and refinance monthly installment! Kanawha U Glenville, West ;LENVILLI PHONE 4d We feature a Summer Daily Mon. thru Sat. Sun. thru Thurs. Fri. and Sat. Close We have picnic su We serve H omem= G/re of i .IT .wm-! 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