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Glenville, West Virginia
June 28, 1979     The Glenville Democrat
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June 28, 1979

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Jet; nas m ,emrm west!::!:: I • Service--4-H Division has an- also participated the past two ........ ,,-',,t i:!: I • - nounced that Patty White and years in the State 4-H Tractor • '>: , _ . :llnir !:i: II • Jeff Bailey have been selected Driving Contest and was 1978 .................... ii::i -- II • among the top 4-H'ers in the first place winner in the State tizen's Center will be the site of a ::!::i 41r,=*ll II • state as competitors in the Na- 4-H visual presentations con- eginning at 1:00 p.m. today, June i::il [] I • J tional 4-H Awards program, test with his tractor .safety !iii I• Both youths will travel to presentation. _,. . ii!i I [] Chicago as a part of the West ulnner tonlnht i!ii I virginia delegation to 4-H Club Seventeen year old daughter .......... !i!i II Congress and compete for of Mr. and Mrs. John White of ler Will be held toni' ht June 28 at iiil v-- numerous $1,000 educational Glenvitle, Patty White, was dor iti ' .u . !iii scholarships, selected as the top West C zensCenterlnGlenvllle. !i::i JeffBailey, 17yearoldsonof Virginiad-Hclubmemberinthe at Eham Church Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey of clothing construction project ......... i!:: Linn, was selected for the areaof competition. Patty is an Ch ............. ::i: ' , . honor because of his outstan- active member of Glenville ."u,un on Midole Hun Will nave a :::* !' i= ' ............ ntaineers 4 H Club for ly, Ju' ..... --- ::: # t Ik olng 4-H c UD WOrK In me area MOU - ,y at 1.UU p.m. ii:: of safety. Jeff has been an ac- which she has served as reunin, i i; Ili tive member of the Baldwin secretary, historian and presi- .................... if!:: A f __ " Merrymakers 4-H club for dent. Patty has served on the Park wi', .......... , ...... , iii! " • which he has held the offices Gilmeruounty 4-H Horticulture 'reUnion' on iill Patty White Jeff Bailey of president, vice president, Judging Team and has . . " • i! historian and is currently the represented Gilmer County in reunion iiil club treasurer. Jeff has served National Clothing competition • ,. ................. !i:,i on the Gilmer County at the State 4-H Style Review lcraft reunion will be held Satur iii Stu... ,--or, .... . .... Livestock Judging team, Hor- the past two years. Miss White !i! uy L OL, /uru [ry programs ticulture team, and Landjudg- is a 4-H pinner and vice presi- .......... " ' ' he Gitm r etWeen :: ing team which represented dent of t e County 4-H =ul " i • • West Virginia in the National Junior Leader Organization. '--osedale ii ...... i ...... i JL _ _ n. _ Landjudging Competition in Project areas in which Patty ............. oUanlsn anrlcul[urallS];S City, Oklahoma. He has participated include: all Will benin July 22 at 6"45 n m at i::i u- is a Gilmer County pinner and areas of clothing construction, ° " " "' " !iii ..... - treasurer of the 4-H Junior baked desserts, spring wild """ %liO..It I c, cll P,,lmr'lHO. Leader's Organization. Project flowers, and yeast breads. In ork ?: VlUIL I areas in which he has par- 1977 and 1978, Patty was run- _ . " .................. iii ticipated include: handicraft, ner upin the State 4-H Clothing night Sinn --" -r .... =...,. !ii Glenville State College Castrillon added that not on- electrification, lawn power Style Review at Jackson s Mill. ~t ~ ’1L II~tL~t:~ ru/r~ iVlt:~tllUU ot ':-: • . . 7:30 n m nn .h,n,= :i: became part of the interne- lydnd the group enjoy and learn . '- .... : ...... ........ !i! tional scene recently when the from Ed Grafton, chairman, and [hOIlrl ---- ::: campus was visited by seven his faculty, but also were im- P_Q ui it h=r.'. eCOmuuui.j ........... ::ii professional agriculturalists pressed with the openness and ............ rnin,, a ............... ::: from Spain The group, headedfriendliness of +he students ata _ n ".-. -... I,i.. ,,,,t,,, ~1 IlU MOll Uall at me rooKea ::: " onveneat10:00a.m, onSun-:.. ........ 9 . . . Moun]:aln C;UltU Will c ::: by Francisco Gas;rill n of GSC. :!: uv;eao, pam, ano a 1976 He noted in Spare me ..... ,_ . :.iil Fulbright Scholar who spent.a students were quiet and will .m ,, ===.,,n a n u .iPel i!i year at West Virginia Universi- not talk openly and freely, i.-irl rnn( l"i l lil .... ~1 ............... ::::i ty, came to GSC for three days "They sit down here and ILl Iq,.~lll~;~ ~.// i,....1~i~41~,.//I uv%.#l.~.,i . Y Will be [eatured at a nosnel sinn iil to learn about th@ forestry pro- stop what they are doing to talk . . • inninn at _..., ii:: gram in an effort to acquire with us, ' Castrillon said. "They They came from all corners bo!h a•unlque.prog!am and Ap- L:I1 • - o alacnlan CUlture we nope to urch, Hvers Run" iii new ideas to take back to were open, honest and friendly, of the continental United P ,, , _ • " " " ii! Spain. and we appreciate the oppor- States to enjoy fresh mountain come DecK.. .- " I " h an fo k Appalacntan -olk Culture ac II eetmn :::::. We came to Glenville tun'ty to visit with them. air and Appa ac " . ........ : • ' cents me posmve qualmes ................ iii because we understood you culture and left with a week s . Uncil wi I moo* i,,r .... Ior sessi"n!::i had good things to show us, The other men in the groupworth of fond memories Appalacnian culture in the 19th t ...... '= n and early 20th century, and ac P m The= ot n,= both in education and exten-a d their Spanish hometown Over 60 years old and" ready .... : " " .......... ............... ::': • ,, " • • • ' • tivities are oestgneo zo present the ,::: s on, Castrdlon saad. were. Antonlon Hernandez, for new experiences, 29 senior ....... -- ,, an overview or iITe as it was " " i!::; He continued, We have Madrid; Rafael Navarro, citizens came to Glenville . .. il;i found very good and developed Pravada; Ramon Pigueral, State College to open the first duringera. _ .... • /he partuclpants in me class, , lOn !iii programs in the forestry divi- Wueuca; Ramon Guspi, week of Elderhostel on June ......... ., "'''; ...... stun (officially known as theBarcelona; Sinforiano Laudrer, 10 .... "Ommission will hold its re, ular !::i:: Division of Forestry and Land Servilla; and Gabriel Viera, Elderhostel is a growing na- consecuuve year under me ' I d rectlon of Mack Samples, are Y 2, beginninn at 9"00 a m ::if! Resources).' Badajor. tional program, partia ly funded " '_ ...... tt " " " iii III under Title I-HEA of 1965, be- allowed to become revolved ,n ion meeting .......... i i ill i inQ conducted during the sum- some of the skills common to )- . ill II mer months on participating the Appalachian people. are of Ed, n ,t n .,m ::: I college campuses. The course centers around "1 I=_ - - ................ ~" "' .~ "'~" ::i: ~ ~ ~ q r3~=~inn~=d ~qn~.i.~llv fnr the historical perspect ve of ,v on0 " "' ...... .... ,- ..... .... _ ay, July 2, at the oaro o,- :.: ,-;,;-, the Appalachian region, folk ^ ............. ::: ............. ens, Elderhostel at ..... u beginning at (.UU p.m.::: r~ [IF) t r' l nvill P.nlt n songs and music, annques ano • v. [ne regularly scheduled June ::!: . " " .': ........ ." .... v'.":'TP" ^-*= octs musical nlavinn was cancelled There will be no !:; ItS secono year wlm me course d,,,.,. , . . ,- , .=, on July, " iili in Appalachian Folk Culture, !echn )que ;m t tirumen Jil inaK" ._ " :i: : taught in conjunction with the rag, u u, Day. !i:: West Virgin a State Folk chairbottom weaving, and .. Festival. mountain toy making. .:. Alan and Kay Williams of According to the week's par- ticipants, the uniqueness of the Appalachian Folk Culture course, as compared to other programs nationwide, was the attracting factor to GSC. "This is our first Elderhostel experience and we're very im- pressed," said Frank Backiet of Mahopac, New York. "My wife and I were looking for something unique and the Festival was an added attrac- tion." He continued, "We had the opportunity to have a taste of Critiz, Wisconsin, felt very positive with their Elderhostel experience. "We think it is great," said Williams. "The food is great and they keep us busy without killing us off." Mrs. Williams added, "The people are great. They have a great deal of patience with us." other states represented at the GSC program were Califor- nia, Florida, Vermont, New JerseY, lowa, Maryland, Ohio, (Continued on Page 2) Will mark the celebration of i:i i:i Publication date is each Thursday and our ::i:: in this col- :i: to appear in our Thursday edition .:: of activities scheduled for Mon- i:i given week mhould reach us by the ::!ii in thia column.) i:i :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: seeks unty SPANISH VISITORS and GSC personnel dudng last week's visit to the area household in America on r .............. --i March 28, 1980. Rose control , , The 1979 address collection - I Paper early next week; I activity in the county is part of a Census Bureau program in- funds ava=lable, office closed Wednesday Volving 35,000 temporary I I Workers nationwide to compile The Gilmer County I I lists containing approximately Agricultural Stabilization and I We rendnd our readers I 30 million addresses Another Conservation Service (ASCS) I and advertisers that next I 50 million addresses have been has announced the receipt of I week's paper (issue of July I Purchased from commercial additional funds and is now ac- I 5) will be published one day I ;] list companies, cepting requests for cost-share earlier than usual because County residents interested assistance on the Purchase of of the July 4th holidayI in applying for the temporary herbicides to control the Census jobs should contact: spread of Muitiflora Rose. t ureau of Census, Hotel Daniel The specia allocation was BOone, Washington and obtained from the Appal chi • , a an Uapitol Streets, Charleston Regional Commlss=on through 25301 the efforts L Overnor Jay Rockefeller and Billy B. Burke, ASCS State Executive Director. Under the special program, government funds_ will pav. an.,_ I proximately 60 percent of the :Z:: • • cost of Tordon and Banvel I ,ll~, ~ (continued on page 12) which falls on Wednesday, our normal printing day. The schedule for news items and advertising inser- tion orders for that issue will be advanced to 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 30. We will accept classified ads up until 12.t)0 noon on Mondey, July 2. Our offices will be closed Wednesday, 4th. VlC CHILDERS of Cedarville entertains a elderhostelers on his farm with l lore and some art T