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Glenville, West Virginia
July 4, 1975     The Glenville Democrat
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July 4, 1975

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WOMEN'S NYLONS now 2 for $10.00 iiiiiiiiiii Queen Size ii BOY'S reg. $2.98 now 2.for $5.00 2 for $1.50 TANK TOPS All Sheets and Pillow Cases reg. $2.9|now 2 for $5.00 I'S DOUBLE KNIT reg. $1.98 now 2 for $3.00 SPORT MATERIAL HAND TOWELS SHIRTS reg. $2.98 to $4.98 1.48 now 2 for $2.50 2 for now $1.99 ! !!ii i!iii iiiiii!i i!i! !ili MI M SM hq GIRL'S, BOY'S, TRUNKS & WOMEN'S WOMEN'S SHIFTS Special Purchase $2.99 TENNIS SHOES also Converse $1.99 to $11.95 MEN'S & BOY'S SHOES L reduced up to 50% iCUSToMER PARKING RL 33 West Second Street Weston, WV iii!i!i A program of leadership training fellowships for individuals from the Southern Appalachian Mountains was announced by the Center for Community Change. a private. non-profit organization in Washington. D.C. engaged in technical assistance and leadership training. The program will provide grants to enable participants to engage in a six month period of research, study and travel. As part of the program, fellows will also take part in a series of short training workshops designed to familiarize them with problems of the southern mountains. The first six month period, with five to seven fellows participating, will begin this Fall. The deadline for applications for this first period is August 20. The program is designed to assist in developing new and emerging citizen leadership in Appalachian communi- ties. It will focus on issues of critical public concern such as education. housing, health care, social services and land use. Selection of Fellows will be based on demonstrated involvement and interest in issues related to community and public education rather than on occupation or formal educational background. The program is open to all persons native to the Southern Appalachian region (including those reared in urban, migrant communities) and to non-native residents who have demonstrated exceptional, long-term commitment to the region, without regard to sex, race. age. marital status, experience. people with younger, encouraged either a fullori be paid time they are The pay for based u addition to this will cover the a directly individual Each yetJOW~ program will his/her needs of the he/she individual -research concern is community: -travel to inside and where similar and -active home individuals in social change Anyone Southern Trainin about selection' for either of Crossv/lle. Te~ State Fair set for A full slate of events, including championship horse shows, harness racing, top-name performers and a mid-way are on tap for this year's "Kigger and Better" State Fair of West Virginia on U.S. 219 south of Lewislmrg. Spanning two weekends and running August 15-23, the Fair will feature the Buck Owens Show for two performances, 7 and 9 p.m. the first Saturday: the Loretta Lynn. Show for two performances, 2:30 and 7 p.m. Sunday: and the Porter Wagoner Show, 8 p.m. Monday. These three entertainers will provide complete shows for the grandstand audiences. Other headliners for the remainder p.m. Re~qle, 7 Appearing for Wednesday Spurrlows, Thursday, new fireworks final August divisions and 4-H and while the roadster Wednesday'. division if Activit St registered of the Fair include Brush Arbor, 8 p.m. Saturday. Tl# Tuesday; Boots Randolph. 7 and 9 p.m. Blue Grass I~ Wednesday; the Statler Brothers. 8 Harness raC pJn. Thursday: Barbara Mandrel], 8 afternoon at 2 *************************** Horses from V : : vania Sout~ : : North Carol~e! ... Are you " epecte i thinking you i events. 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