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June 11, 1976

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county's teachers Was held by May 26. at High Welty, Mr. Ivailed them- services |e of the the WVU servicing Virginia. of Center of will to earn a off-cam_ three-year been de- the seven degrees. of Student A(lvismg and Records of the College of tluman Resources and Education discussed renewal require- ments and certification standards in West Virginia and answered questions of individual teachers who plan to up-date their credentials. Following the administrative discussions, a mini-workshop on energy was conducted by a team of 7 instructors from the WVU Training Program for Teachers in the Technologies under the direction of Dr. Dave McCory. The emphasis of this workshop was on energy resources, types of energy, their storage. consumption, and conservation. Arrangements for in-house work- shops for teachers, business person- nel, industrial safety, engineering, and a variety of other subjects can be made by contacting Dr. Shay at the Jackson's Mill Graduate Center, Weston. WV, 26452. Class schedules for the summer and fall terms are available. SHARING PLANNED USE REPORT to toc&l a"d state governments Th,s report o your governmenl s plan is pubhshe3 Ir 9Ovm'nrnent s dcslon on how the mona;/ web be spent Note AB" complaints of THE GOVERNMENT OF L'I:,F'’:IL I, T?r } I THE SEVENTH ENTITLEMENT PERIOD JULY 1 1976 THROUGH DECEMBER 31 676 PLANS TO SPEND THESE FUNDS FOR TME PURPOSES SHOWN k / ACCOUNT NO "19 ,: ' 1 I 01]: • IL,...J ,o  _,,J 2= .... J-- - *J'ZTy oUhl. ,+po....d SuDporU Ofument re op Or public scrutiny  ., ..,,,,  w..u,., m,,,, { .tou.. to +n$tructlon E) * assure the S:relary of the Tressury other statutory requirements listed +n Pstt E of this repot1 will be comphed w,th by ths recipient government wth cespl to the ent,tlement funds reported hreon Sq;Jnsture of Ch Egcutlve Officer estival Auction and Collectibles COUNTY AUCTION BARN W. VA. 1976 - 10:30 A.M. oak rod top desk [72" x 38" x 5i"] on Service and should be viewed before on desk at 1:00 p.m. yoke; Beautiful wall and mantle knife; German and Japanese (dlting frames; Very ornate high Aladdin and other oil lamps; Clark's [ice cream parlor] and other lovely ; Milk cans; Sad irons; Tools; churns with handle; Cow bells; cup; Coins; Wash bowl and pitcher cup; Other pieces of R.S., Bavarian china, etc.; Glassware Cobalt, Carnival, Cambridge, miners bottle [seal unbroken]; Afghan; Qailts; Large and small Wheeling and other pottery and many other items to be date. Sandwich. Hot and cold beverages; be available at sale. accidents . Terms: Cash. I. Butcher, Glenville, Ph. 462-7409 L TION SATURDAY 12 Aveiloble at Deer Ulelcome P.m. to 2a.m. & Burnsville on Rt. 5 Vickie Hardman, Glendon Hawley wed in Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Glendon Hawley Vickie I,vnn tbtrdm.r, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fhonms Ihrdman of Parsons Road, (;rafton. Ohio, became the bride of (;lendon Rrv }]awlev, son of Mr. and Mr,';. Chmd,m I lawley also of Grafton. Ohio. in a :L'remony on May 8. 1976 at the Southern Baptist Church in Grafton. Ohio. The !Rev. Junior Waddles officiated. The bride is the randdaughter of the late Arch Ienkin, and Mrs. Lena Jenkins of Glenville and the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank liardman of Normantown. The bride is a 1975 graduate of Midview High School and is employed by Harold Rorick Insurance: The groom is attending Midview High School and is employed by Pete's Sunoco. The couple will be residing in Grafton, Ohio. Sandra L. Roberts engagement Sandra Lea Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Bernard L. Roberts of Stumptown announce the engage- ment and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Sandra Lea, to Michael A. Seman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Seman of Pittsburgh. Miss Roberts is a 1975 graduate of Glenville State College and is presently employed by the Gilmer County School System. Mr. Seman is a graduate of +(lifrnia State College and teachers at Elizabeth Elementary School in Wirt County. A ceremony is planned for 3 p.m., June 26 at the Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church in Stumptown. The custom of open church will be observed. School and Office Supplies? See Us First! Gilmer Graphics, Inc. :109 E. Main St., Glenville, WV. l )] " " $1 • " 500 A Year ." Me a l( " c " From Federal -" Itorner of West Main St., : Mr. a,,d ,+rs a,, .." Gross Income "." Mr. and Mrs. Darrell tterner and Mrs. Odessa Glenville were: Johnson, \\;'Veston: Mr. and Mrs. Bud Butcher, Vadis: Mr. and Mrs, Kermet Mick and sons, Walter arid Marc. of Thornville. Ohio• Mr, and Mrs. C.he Collins and son Shawn of Wheeling: Mr. and Mrs, Butch Dull and daughter Sindy, of Wooster, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Randel Mick of Newhm l"alls. Ohio; Miss Asalie Mick of Alevmdcr. Va.: Mrs. Florene Lang!or.'t .rid Mr. William Horner of Ashland. Oido: md Mr. and Mrs. Billie }t(irner and son. lamie, of Mansfield, Ohiu. Mrs. Inez Coldcn .f Glen Burn•e, Maryland, spent the weekend holiday visiting her aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. O.N. Cutright of I,iltle Bull Run, near Glenville, If you are working but not • covered by a pension plan * you may be able to use up • to $1,500 a year to set up • your own retirement fund • • on a tax deductible basis. " • Call or write. • • HUNTER B BEAI.L. IR. • • 813 (;rand Ccntral Avenue • • Vienna, W.Va. 26105 • • Office: 1304) 295-4561 • • •  Residence (304} 295-5353 • • • • "  Metropolitan Life . • " • " Wl'et]thtumk,v ." • Metropolitan Life, New York, N.Y. • ,tO OOOeOOoeieeeeoeeeeeeeoeee New Store Opening in Smithville Bargain Barn Intersection 47 and 16 at Smithville, WV, formerly G. G. Graggs store bldg. Open Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri. and Sat. Closed Sunday and Monday Store Hours 10 A.M. to6 P.M. Lots of merchandise both new and used. Several pieces of antique furniture including dressers, some wicker, chest of drawers, iron beds, etc. Used Items Couches, dinette sets, I.r. suites, clothes, shoes, lots and lots of misc. Stop, 'Shop and Save June 10, 1976 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder 9 WVU graduates nine from Gilmer County Nine Gilmer County residents, ahmg with 4.209 other students, received degrees ;it West Virginia University's 107th (]ommencement in recent ceremonies at the WVU Coliseum. 2,551 received undergraduate degrees, 1,300 masters, t21 do(:toral and 237 professional degrees rounded out the program. Among those receiving degrees from Gilmer County were Gary A.Adkins, Sharon S, tiilgenberg. James A. Murphy, all of Glenville and Carlos P. Cole of Troy, receiving graduate degrees: Robert T. Butcher of Glenville receiving a professional degree and Roger D. Frye. Cox's Mill, Patricia A. Dyer. James E. Retch. Jr, both of (;lenville and Harry R. Sumpter of Sand Fork. all receiving undergradu- ate degrees. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIHIII I | SMILEN NEW  USED I NEW SEWING MACHINES B B SALE ON AUTO PARTS • Oil Filters Condensers, Points, Plugs • Clothing reduced to it's lowest price I and many other items l 7 So. Lewis St. Glenville, W. Va. IIIIllIll IIIII IIIHIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIH _ I I I I I $2.00 I 10%0ff i I i i i i Bids will be received for the purpose  selling the Monongahela Power Company property, known u the R.O. Rltter farm, north of Hall in Union District of Barbour County. It is located on secondary Route 13/1 about (me mile eut at Barbour-Upshur County line on the waters  the Btw.khalm River at the mouth of Pecl Run. The property contains 195 acres, more or less (Imzee only), and would be ideal for farming or cattle grazing. It eomdsts approximately 50 acres of good bottom land, a 20-acre bm meadow, 35 acres of woodland, and 0 acres of pastm land rug/ng h'om steep to rolling. The land fronts approximately 4,0 feet on the ekhalmon River on the east and is ermined by the B & O Railroad. An old, two story frame house and shed are situated on the property. Further Information and u allildalmt far hmpeet/on ru be  by etlllmg A.IL Allen In Clarksburg. Teleplume IZ&ISL Sealed bids for this properW will be received through Jub' 15, 1976 at the address below. The company reserves the right to reject any or all bids. A.R.Allen, Division Manager Monongahela Power Company Box 2410, Clarkaburg, WV 26301 .I t I . I _ GO MART FOOD. S TORE GLENVILLE Will have HOT sandwiches, c01d beverages, Popcorn Icee's Potato Chips OPEN 7AM. II PM 7 DAYS "A WEEK ! L