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4 The Glenvme Democrat/Pathfinder June 17, 1976 Folk music specialist to give slide show Dr. Thomas S. Brown, who has been buildinR up the folk music collection in the West Virginia University Library, will be attending the Folk Festival this week with some of his students. He will also present a program Friday afternoon in which UobOeoOoooeeoooeJeteooeoooO he will describe his successful project of teaching folk music to school children in Cowen, Webster County. Sponsored by The Committee for Humanities and Public Policy in West Virginia as part of its new "Traveling Humanist" program, Dr. Brown's It is this program that he will explain on Friday, illustrating his talk with slides and tape recordings. The public will be invited to question him concerning the feasibility of including the study of Appalachian folklore in the school curriculum. "It becomes a presentation is open to the public anc. question of priorities," explains Dr. will be held at 4 p.m, (or after theil Brown. "How much time can be old-time fiddlers contest] Friday in thei *  allotted to such a study becomes a • O * Wesley Foundation in Glenville. problem, when there are already so • • Since coming to the state about, many things that must be taught." •: Metropolntan : nine years ago, Dr. Brown has been • Life ! involved inmanyof the musica[ affairs Dr. Brown's initial success in • of public schools andhas served on the Webster County makes him an " Where  State Department of Education Music enthusiastic proponent of teaching • . the Research Advisory Council. This past Appalachian folk music to children, in • - spring, with the help of a graduate addition to his duties as professor in • " future |S now ! music student at the University, he the music education department at • launched an experiment in teaching WVU, Dr. Brown has helped improve It's easy to put off planning,  ballad singing, folktales, play-party the folk music holdings in the Library • your future, hoping it will : games, and instrumentaltechniquesto until now there are more than 150 •  take care of itself. ! Webster County school children, hours of tapings. • Don't let this happen to - " " Butcher receives • • you., Let's .talk soon.about ** [ i • rehrement raceme, dsab01- . Your Home • " law degree • ty insurance, and other . : needs Y°U may have t° = ! Improvements I • protect your family's finan- : :. cial future.  | Storm Doors, aluminum or I Robert Terry Butcher, son of Mr. • You'll find we d o c a r e • | white finish with Safety Glass | and Mrs. Robert J. Butcher, 109 • • about your future. ! | Storm Windows, aluminum or I Brooklyn Drive, Glenville, received the HUNTER B.BIALL, JR.  | white finish. I Doctor of Jurisprudence degree during • 813 Grand Central Avenue :1 Awnings' eight c°l°rs' any size n the ₯ irginialOYthuniversityc°mmencementon May 16,°f 1976.West Vienna, W. Vs. 26105 " | FREE ESTIMATES MADE AT | In attendance at the commence- * Office: (304)295-4561  ment were Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. • I Butcher, their son Timothy, a senior at • Residence {304) 295-5353 I YOUR HOME i Glenville State College and their *• * " "** ARLIEoArYERS daughter Mary Beth, a sophomore at . West Virginia University. • /l(l[u.lisr ! | KENNETHWHIPKEY | Mrs. Burke Butcher, the grad- i Metropolitan Life, New York, N.Y. :L GranLsville, WV I uate's grandmother and Mrs. Roland • • • • • • • • • •, • • • • • • • • •, • • • •, • Butcher, former instructor at Glenville State College and Hong Kong Baptist I Sears STO.=.ou. 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Lisa, a 1973 graduate of GCHS, is the wife of Jackie Lee Perry, who is employed as Assistant District Manager of the Atlanta Constitution. Out of town guests attending the graduation and reception at the Atlanta High Museum of Art, were Bonnie Allison, Leslie Allison, Kathy Lawson, Rosanne Lawson, Madge Bush and Rick Perry. Lisa took her Georgia State Certification Test on June 4 and is beginning her internship under Jorge M. Rodriquez, M.C., cardiologist. Bell receives position at WVU Laddie R.Bell has been appointed assistant dean for off-campus activi- ties in West Virginia University's College of Human Resources and Education. Dr. Bell, WVU professor of education, was born in Glenville. He received his bachelor's degree from Glenville State College, his master's degree from Marshall University, and his doctorate from the University of Virginia. He also serves as executive secretary of the West Virginia Elementary School Principals Associa- tion. During 1975-76, faculty in the College of Human Resources and Education taught 190 graduate courses, with a total enrollment of 4,570, at WVU's five off-campus centers serving central, eastern, and northern West Virginia. ' - ,.iT#, 'Z/J GLENVILLE W. VIRGINIA Electronic hearing test will be given st the Conrad Hotel in Gienviile eoch third Wednesd=y of the month from 2p.m. to4 p.m. by Mr. Kemper Hyre, Certified Harin I Aid Audinlolst. BELTONE HEARING AID 5F.RVICE 442-B. W. Plke St. Clurksbur I, W.Va. 26301 | i i i Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Cole of 330 They are Mid Ave., Weston. W.V. will observe children: their 5Oth wedding anniversary on Mrs. Robert June 27, 1976. An "open house" Harrisville, W.V, reception in their honor will be hosted Ohio and Mt by their children and grandchildrn from 2 p.m.-4 p.m. in the Fellowship have ten Room at the Broad Street United grandson. Methodist Church in Weston, W.V. All School and relatives and friends are invited to US First 1 attend. The couple request the i09 .u.,.. , omission of gifts, tr w. am They were married June 25, 1926 by the Rev. L.N. Wilfeng. Mr. Cole is the son of the late Peter Cole and Mary Davis Cole. Mrs. Cole is the daughter of the late Michael Kirkpatrick and Nellie Shiflett Kirkpatrick. i eSpeed Q. • Gibson • Zen Washers • Refrigerators • Tel See the Zenith Color Sets on dis We install and service all sales. RHOADES PLUMBING Et FURNI 15 Powell St. Glenville I WE SERVICE ONLY WHAT WE ', FARH FOR UL[ ,k ladlw Bids will be received for the i Monoahela Power Company iairtY, farm, north (ff Hall in Union District located on secondary Route 13/1 about one Barbour-Upshur County liae m the watws d River at the mouth ot Peeks Run. Tt property contains 195 acres, more r I and would be ideal for farming, or cattle approximately 50 acres of good bottom land, acres  woodland, and  acres  pastm'e steep to romng. The land fronts approximately 4,0S$ et ca River on the east and is croued by tbe B & O story frame house and shed are sltuated m tl Further /Lit Sealed bids fer tlds  will be melvedl 197S at the address below. The eompa any or all bids. A.R.AIlen, Division Manager Monongahela Power Company Box 2410, C]arksbur8, WV 26301 GO MA FOOD S GLENVILLE We at Go-Mart come the many will come to the Folk Festival. We open from 7 a.m. to 1 for your shopping venience, with cold erages,  sandwiches, corn, ices, etc. You all and see us. Th M anage6irn 7AM. II 7 DAYS A