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4 The Gienville Democrat/ Pathfinder June 23, 1977 I Aamie Kennedy wins s00)e Iling bee Winners of the Folk Festival Mrs. Parker has won other spelling Spelling Bee on Friday were: First bees and always ranks among the top place, MamieReed Kennedy, Glenvillg; three or four in the festival Second place, Donna Smith, Smithville competition. and Third place, Lottie Parker, That ood spellers must run in Smithville. families seems also borne out by the The appreciative audience filling fact that the half-sister of this year's the socialhell at the Methodist Church winner, Hazel Hurst, won last year. felt the suspense as the old-fashioned "Antifebrile" was the work she spell down progressed from the easy misspelled last year, words in Lesson 30 of the McGuffev Pronouncing the words from Fern Spelling Book to the more difficult ones Rollyson's copy of the 1879 speller was in Lesson 163, Barbara W. Tedford, of the Glenville The eight contestants ranged in State College English faculty. age from eight to89, but.what they had Serving as judges were Helen in common was their ability to spell, lames: l,eo Langford, and Lestelle The youngsters, fairly new to thd idea Murphy. Their chief duty was to listen of spelling bees, gained confidence as carefully to be sure the spellings were they spelled the words in the opening according to McGuffy. But Helen James lessons. The seasoned . performers, was requested a time or two to help . including winners from past years, prononnce the words when Mrs. kept right up. Kennedy found Dr. Tedford's North "Beautiful" proved to be the Carolina accent a bit foreign to her downfall of the eight-year-old, and last ears. year's winner had to sit down on ............... narrowed by the time Lesson 124 with "frivolous," "sluggard," and "gram- matical" came along. But an four eleven-year old vas among the finalspellers. I__Y Kanawha Union Bank Vice.president Tom McPherson [left] and President Jack Stalnaker.[Democrat photo] The crucial word proved to be semibreve in Lesson 163. But Mamie The average Ametieaneat$1/2 L ing money the egio Reed Kennedy, 83 years old, could tonoieheeseduringalifetime. Travel grant may r to r n spell it and emerged the winner, as she Businessmen. Merchants. There is has done in other Festival spelling no better way to reach your local The employment and economic between travel and manufacturing, the United States Travel Service, the bees. market than an ad in your local oicture in the Country Roads Travel This comparison shows that five of the regional :avel council will carry out Second place winner was Donna paper. Call 462-7309 now for region could be greatly improved if a region's counties are best suited for four rela:ed projects to the grant. The Smith. Her grandmother, Lottie information on our low rates, grant application submitted to the travel development while five are first .is a travel mission to Ontario Parker, who will be 90 this week, won combination ads and big discounts United States Travel Service from the better suited for manufacturing. Of the Province to contact automobile clubs, third place. A former Festival Belle. on contract advertising! Country Roads Travel Council is five counties best suited for travel tour brokers, media representatives, approved. According to Steve Nicely, development-Braxton, Calhoun, Roane, and others who provide information to L ,11 i in i LOVETT' VVETON DR|VE-|N Travel Council Executive Vice-Presi- Ritchie, and Gilmer-the first four also the traveling public. The council will WHILE THE COURTS FREE dent, the regional travel organization had the highest rate of unemployment also participate in the Canadian THE GUILTY ......................... is making the application in hopes of during 1976 and Braxton and Ritchie Sportsman Show in Toronto during BUFORD PUSSER PROTECTS THE obtaining assistance for a major have experienced the greatest March to distribute literature nd INNOCENT! ALL NEW! Canadian promotion next year. The increase in unemployment over the information on regional attractions hamhn.es d the true life hero.., application was prepared by Nicely in past several years, and businesses to the Canadian gffiMI 0 cooperation with various other If the application is approved by people. Now Thro regional organizations and other June 30 nlll ur  KR officials of the Country Roads Travel i WALKINBTALL Council. Projections in the application included the creation of 50 new jobs : Rt. 19 Between WESTON Et JANE LEW Exits and an additional $740,000 in travel ......... ', sales as a result of the project. Studies : by the council show one job is created o I)ave00s Sport Shop for every $14,811 in travel sales. Other facts to substantiate the need for a Canadian promotion included in the Weston grant application are the effect of the interstate sytem upon travel trends, the higher cost of gasoline making the IN STOCK NOW! region more attractive for sport trips, [ and the comparison of potential development of the ten county region Smith & Wesson Revolvers r------. _-------._------  ...... g .357 & .44 Magnums |00OU-LO YOUDmE TO ;,, , .22's,..45 autos I OR TRUCK? v : I I RugerPlstols,mostmodels ion ometh.g es imvort..t esl including stainless steel .22 & .357 and I purchesing a new  used vhide it I EVEN babies I just makes good sense to see the | found some- I d who sells in volume, and by I thing to enjoy Black Powder .44 ,I being in a rural area can sell for I. | ill the eelebra- ; We have a group of empioye I tion of tradi- Ruger Bolt & Single Shot Rifles who try very hard to keep you happy i with your vehid I tlonal Appala- from .22 Hornet to .458 Winchester I ROBINSON I chian life dur- I I ing the West CIEVY | virga state - OLDS JEEP | JNDREDS OF NEW AND USED GUNS Ii 1 Harrlsvme, WVli Folk Festival. This youngster 9 .. ASK "DAVE" | GOT A QUESTION. We're not vlry far from where you ! tried oat the 2 269-3508 Ii arel , pump organ in Parkersburg 422-1051 | the Odldren's I ' Harrisville 643-2927 I " ............... --. See and Do Museum in the Old Little Ka- nawha Bank building. [Democrat photo by Chris Brown] When in doubt.. rent a Safety Deposit Box. You can rest easier when your valuables are safe and protect- ed-even go fishin' more often See us today! Kanawha Union Bank Glenville, W.V. Member F.D.I.C. / HORSE SHO'W Sunday, July 3, 19 7 7 !:00 p.m. 1. Halr Clas - Norm 2, Pkeaaure Ponies 3, Pony Barrel Rice 4, Barrel Race- Harm 5. Three Gaited Horses (English TCk) 6. Ring Spear - Horses 7. Egg&Spoon-Open 8. Pick Up Race Horses ($3- Peyback 50%, 30%, 20% of 2/Jrds) 9. Lid|as Pkelmure - Horses (Walk & Pleasure Gait) 10, Catalog Rime - Horses 11. Weswrn Pre - Horlas 12. Poke Bending - Ponies 13. Pole Bending. Hore 14. Engilh Pleare - Harm lain. Saddle Horw Type) 15. Flag Reee - Ponies 16. Flag Race - Horses 17. RIK'kingClass - Horses 18. Keyhole Race - Hoses 19. Gaited Pleasure - Horses (Walk & pleasore Gait. No Trot) 20. Dash for Cash ($3 - Payback 50%, 30%, 20% of 2/3rd$) NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS HorSeS entered in Class 11 may not ener C!ass 5.14 Horsel may not enter pony class or viCe.verse. Ponies 54" and under - Ride. 14 and under. JUDGE TOM GARTON ALL TROPHY SHOW EXCEPT CLASSES 8 & 20 DONATIONS  $1.00 Adults - 504 Children - $2 Entr Fee Sponsored by the Giimer County Treilrider$, InC. at Roberts Riding Stnbles 8 MILES BELOW GLENVILLE Stal n P Jack V. St., Glenville was Kanawha Union directors meeti Stalnaker, who with KUB in 1953 as e the vacancy left by Arbuclde on May 2. The board al McPherson vice 1 McPherson first in 1962. He was before assuming hi Two new added to the bank's The are I.L. Morris, developer and Haines, City, Fla. member of the board his resignation in Others on the Linwood Zilm of Stalnaker and Stalnaker's wife b two children: student at Marshall I Ann Nichols a County, Md, McPherson, ville, is married McPherson. Their 18, Brad, 16 and Troy Fifth Grade Dorcus Scott Tim Ruppert Ann Radcliff Melissa Adams Jennifer Smith Sonja Beamer " Paula Smithson Sixth Grade Sarah Crislip Kathy Ellyson Donna Townsend Todd Shanesy Jackie Castrovince Seventh Grade Darrell Smith Mary White Dane Bogs Kim Butcher Lesa Moor Eight Grade Roberts Barley Jim Hatton Marcia Nuhfer Steve Ellyson Todd JoUlff Larry Somerville Richie Jenkins Dave Larch Angie Smithson Rodney Somerville Renita Emerson Kathy Allman Rebecca Jordan Robert Taylor Connie Townsend Unreclaimed the United StateS larger than more than 400.000 acid leaches into mines, reports graphic Society. House for Move it fast Pathfinder fast, actioni your ad now. G Electrode each third from 2 p.m. to'