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June 28, 1979     The Glenville Democrat
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June 28, 1979

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The Glenvllle Dem6 ra-T.P . First week was biggest ever in of the Foot - Head for the first but held Year's ever. attended 59 on 2 noon COn- three s and techniques. The camp con- sists almost entirely of field work with the exception of film viewing sessions. Adolfson and assistants Ollie Pottmeyer and Jerry Milliken are joined each week by various area coaches. During the first week of the camp, coaches included Mike Ayers of the University of Rich- mond, Fred Martinelli of Ashland, Ohio College, Rick Trickett of West Virginia University, Ran Jenner of Jef- ferson County, Kenny Wright of Pennsboro and Frank Vin- cent of Charleston. Second week coaches are Carlen Carpenter of Buffton, Ohio College, Corky Griffith of DuPont, Joe Cowley of Herbert Hoover and Fred Taylor of Ravenswood. July 9 Jb is An- eduled of COach. ntal in Golf be on com. Play, a Will be Dave Lamm, now a member of the Glenville State College golf team, is the tourney's defending champion. He also won last year's driving contest. Entry fee for the tourney is $15. The tournament winner will receive $125 in pro shop merchandise. All flight win- hers will also receive trophies along with redeemable cash awards. Further information may be obtained by contacting the Glenville Golf Club at 462-9907. Members of the tournament committee are Bill Lilly, Steve Collins and Tom Davisson. Y Head K. named :)n at morn- ly hired Board Jones will take over the head football coaching post- tion and also be assistant basketball coach. Jones has been in Gilmer County for the past eight year two years as head foot- ball coach at GCHS where he posted records of 2-8 and. 3-7. He also coached at Troy for five years. , Six n q lead are tied Lynn Marks with a 540 follow- at MOnkey er first Week ed by Collins 527 and Darrell "nforma. Heiney 495. Elsie Kirkpatrick,s 542 was the high women s Presi. series. Sandy Reed had a 509 id - and Pam Campbell a 505. b;e; Cr 214Co shad t;e high game at f ' 3rl Team ..... y Ly n Marks -- . --vz and uanny Self 190. Elsie mark Kirkpatrick had a 196 for the high women's game. She was rKs- followed by Wanda Self 190 Sandy Reed 183. &F Inc. round Rd. or 269-4785 or 269-5877 "BUDDY, YOU HAD BETTER get out of my way," this camper seems to be say- ing as he skirts around a camp instructor. "AT LEAST THE BALL gets some rest. I wonder why we don't?" "PUT YOUR LEFT FOOT in, put your left foot the hokey pokey..." is what the quarterback drill seems to be about. Starts Friday "DIRT" (PG) also "THE COACH" (PG) I SAY... 111ere's only one Gold. So, stop by and see our selection. Karat Gold Jewelry. Give it on any occasion and you'll make it a special occasion. Karat Gold Jewelry CAPLAN'S JEWELRY STORE 159 Main Ave. Weston, WV 26452 '~Complete D~emond ~l:~c~bs~" II WATER WELL SERVICE DRILLING H.K.''Nip'' Tanner, WV CLEANING OUT July 7, 1979 @ Dinner 6 p.m.- $,q.00 person 4,]- Dance 9 till 12:00-$10.00 couple K- at the SAND FORK SCHOOL 4, Band-"THE BRANDY" . ' ' Reservations contact Candy Sumpter Thomas," phone 462-8534 or write SandFork Alumni Associa . . rtion, Sand Fork I/VV 26430 . * This is one in a series of replies to questions asked by our customers. Answering today Is John Harmn, Lead Lineman in E/kins DNiSion. ,nswers- From Your Power Company Our primary goal is to provide you with reliable and continuous elec- tric service. But, despite all our efforts, power interruptions can oc- cur--most often caused by the lightning and high winds of summer storms or unpredictable icing and heavy snow conditions of winter. You can help us restore service as quickly as possible by knowing what to do during an interruption. Look Out The Window ... Check your neighbors on both sides and across the street to see if they still have power. If they do, or if you still have power in some parts of your home, you may have a blown fuse or a tripped circuit breaker This is something you can fix; for information, read our Reddy Facts BOoklet on "What to Do if the Power Goes Off." Pick up a copy at your local Monon- gahela office or write: Customer Services Department, Monongahela Power Company, 1310 Fairmont Avenue, Fairmont. W. Va. 26554. (There is a service charge if a Monongahela service man is called out to replace your fuses.) Report the Trouble If the trouble is with our lines, poles, or the transformer serving your home, it is our respon. sibihty and we'll take care of it. Report the outage to our nearest office and give your name, address and location. If the outage is widespread, our phone lines will be busy so please try again. Once notified, we will be work. ing to restore your service as quickly as poss- ible. Please don't tie up phone lines by checking with us too often. But, if you see that lights are back on in your neighborhood and you are still without power, call us again. If you see a power line on the ground, call us im- mediately. Stay clear of fallen wires and avoid stepping in puddles where wires are down. Tum Off Appliances When electric serwce is restored, automatic equipment like refrigerators, furnaces, water heaters, air conditioners and pumps will at- tempt to start all at once. This sudden com- bined load can overload the lines, causing addi- tional outages, making it necessary to restore service in small segments--a time-consuming process. You can help by turning off heating or air conditioning e~luipment, ranges, pumps, water heaters, launory equipment, and other ap- pliances. Leave one light switch on, so you'll know when the power is restored. And be selective in start- ing up your electrical equipment. Don't overload the lines by turning on everything at once, Don't keep checking the refrigerator. Food will keep for as long as two days in a refrigerator or freezer if the doors are left closed. Be Prepared Be sure you know where the electric service clock and can opener, and emergency candles. panel for your home is located. Have extra Make sure your family knows where these are fuses available and know how to replace them. and what they should do if you're not there. Have a flashlight on hand (with extra batteries), Be especially careful when using candles, a battery-powered radio, manually operated kerosene lamps and auxiliary heaters. Part of the Allegheny Power System I