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8 The Glenvllle Democrat/Pathflnder lulv 8, 1976 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL THE NEW GLENVILLE i :.&amp; p.-. ......,, NEEDS ::; ,%1 p:: Over the years, Gilmer countians have been generous ;i in their support of thew county school system by  providing needed equipment and supplies that could :: not be purchased with the limited funds available to i.:. the Gilmer County Board of Education. We are "ii making this appeal to each of you now to, again, help :: o,%%,o :..:<:; our children get off to a good start in their new ::!: school. ,i In order to furnish desks and chairs for students .and teachers at the new Elementary school m Glenville, !i .scheduled to open this fall, $10,000 must be rinsed b.y mterested parents, patrons and supporters of this new education facility.. :.: " ' You can help assure,.this  ..... . ' 1. Donating a desk and chair for a teacher or  student. [Teacher's Desk and Chair- $175.00]  [Students's Desk and Chair- $25.00]  -or- 2. Sending a contribution of any amount to help us reach our goal of $10,000. - and- 3. Joining the Glenvflle Elementary PTA. Regular Membership: Contributing Membership: Supporting Membership: Sustaining Membership: $1.00 $15.00 $30.00 $100,O0 Please send your contribution and membership in today. There is no better investment than the education of our children! , ilii! ii!i i!i !i!'! i i i" !'!'! iiii!ii!!ii!!!iiiiiiii!i!i!i!iiii! !i i ! i i ii!iiii!i! i!i!il !i!i iii !i!iiiiiii i!i! i! iiii!! ili! iii!i!iiiiiiil iii i!!i::!::iii::iiii iiiiii!iiiiiiii .:...:i!iiii!!i i '.:'i The CORE Class of Gilmer County High School has !iiii': • ::...': . . :.:.:.: ::.::.::! donated their prize-winning Bcentennial quilt to the :!:i:i: iIi! Glenville Elementary PTA to be used to help raise money ii!iii ;:;: ..... :.:.:.: ! needed for this prelect. This beautiful quilt m on display :i:i:.:: ii!! at the Sears Catalog Store in Glenville. Drop by today and ii!i!i!i :-;:: :.:...:• :'.:.: inquire how it may be yours. ::! %*, .............................  • "o*.'.'.'°'. .......... oo • • :::::.:.:..:..::...::.:.:.4:.:.:.:.:...:.:.:.:::::.::::..:.:.:.:...:.:.:.:.:.:.............................................:.:.....:...:...:..............::.:...:.:.:.:...:...%:.:... I:::::.:::::.:.:.:.:.::::::::::::::.:.:.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::i:::!:!:i:!:i:i:i:!::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: GLENVII.I.E .dENTA_RY SCHOOL PARENT-TEACItEKS ASSTION Oak wiR survey underway The Oak Wilt disease survey is now underway in most parts of the State according to Agriculture Commissioner Gus R. Douglass. Oak Wilt is a serious disease of oak trees which causes the tree to rapidly shed its leaves and die. To control the spread of this disease, low flying aircrafts locate the diseased trees and ground crews then treat them. Every effort is made to avoid disturbing residents or farm pro- perties, but it is sometimes necessary for the survey airplanes to fly low in order to determine whether or not a tree is diseased. Since oak timber constitutes a considerable part of the State's forest economy, every effort is made to stem the spread of oak wilt, Many scientists believe that oak wilt, left to spread without control efforts, could result in the loss of many valuable trees. For additional information about oak wilt or the survey, contact the West Virginia Department of Agricult- ure, Plant Pest Control Division, Charleston, West Virginia 25303. Telephone Number 348-2212. THE IDEAL GIFT-- A •ubscription to the Hometown Newspaper -- The Glenville Democrat and The Glenville Pathfinder. PROMOTED-Kanawha Union Bank employees, Harold recently received promotions. Mr. Lows, teller to chief security officer and auditor. He has bank for four years. Mr•. Harold, a 14-year employee from teller to assistant cashier. She is married to daughter, Anita, 19, a student at GSC and a Deeds Mr. and Janet Duff Withers grants to Mr. and Mr. and and Mrs. Jesse R. Lilly 2.61 acres on to Mr. and the waters of Sycamore Run in acres situate Glenville district. Slabcamp Rttn Mr. and Mrs. Gaff Summers and Center district. iIiiiiii Mr. and Mrs. Landus Rhoades grant to Mr. and Mr and Mrs Robert L Belcastro lots PWJlf k • • • grant to Mr .  I I No. 15 and 16 in Block No. 3 in the Gainer, Sr..86 m Prim Latex House I Rhoades/Summers subdivision of district. I m Northview Addition in the City of Mr. and formerly 10 95 . :u ' • " I Glen,,. Radcliff grant t I I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe grant to now 7.95 J. Wellings two 1 • ;.a. ......... rmor mrmer[y . • Mr. andMrs. Leonard Tingler 1/2 acre Big Cove Cree I new  l I of land and buildings known as the 1 ...... • Farmer's Inn on Rt. 33/119, Center Joseph . I Driple•s formerly 10.99 _1 district. Glenville and ! I now 7.90 I Arnett Collins Jr. and others grant of Glenville. • Semi Glass Varmsh • to Ressie Collins 160 acres situate on Rodney I " ' I the waters of Chestnut Lick Run, LockneyandKl 1 Or Stain formerly 13.95 • Center district. I now 10.95 I Mr. and Mrs. James H. Boggs Jr. Lockney. Roger D I I grant to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mannington a I I" • G eens Paint & Wallpaper I McPherson a lot in the Boggs man, 20, of St, 22 Mare Avenue m ..... I . .'" . . i subdivmmn which m a part of the Frederic b 1 wes/on, w. va. 26452 1 Bailey addition of Northview Addition, of Glenville lllllllIllll I Glenville district. Cucchiara, 20, - - -: ....... ' .... '- - - J' ...... "' ,, , Robert Shirley and | Round and Square Dance ' Letter Gap. Randall I Gilmer County Recreation Center Linn and Joy I July 24, 1976--8:00- 12:00P.M. Troy lq I Music by Fred Stalnaker and the Stumptown I Country Rhythm Boys of Glenville.Michael I Proceeds to Pisgah Church Cemetery Trust Fund Grantsville I ' Adults $2.00 .... ....... , * 22, of St• [I .............. Children under 12 years ,1.00 L dIIOCA| :IIIIIIIImIIIIIIIImmiimIiiiimiiiiiiiIiIi• Baptist Begins • oil CO I 9 A.M. Sunday Service • • • Kewanee • For the Summer • service award • • • • In order to give those people of the community an opportunity to get = on June 12. K.P. • away earlier in the day and still have a worship experience, the First • well tender, • Baptist Church of Glenville will offer a 9 A.M. abbreviated service, • service on beginning this Sunday, July llth. • fieldman and is invited and the success of this early service will depend on 1 complete five Anyone • participation and support. All are welcome, l• 31. • • Turnbo, IllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllI Oklahoma. lllllllllllllllllllllll FIND YOUR PRICE UNDER THE RAINBOW C.B.'s Radio's Stereo's Scanner's Tape Recorder's Accessories P.O. Box 162 Open AAon. through Sat. Ron's Radio Shop 1 16 Bank St. Weston, W.V., 26452 Phone 269-9702 9-12 & 1-5 llllllllllllllllllllllll 'Wimam Hunt Inc IREALTORS 512 Elk Street Gassaway Office 364-8365 01" I Evenmgs Call: A. B. Stewart 364-8808 William I Wendell Hay 765-5164 llBrand new home on A I ,, ...= ...... communlty of Sand Fork / l I " m  :( " ........ -,: ..L: eonveniences, fully i = |'' I t  |1  excellent trim and detafl. ReadY i ! I ...... * 500 O0 What could you do with 18 fiat acres? Borders Rt. 5 and river, prime residential - $39,500. Ill II" II IlII I i -- I Meadowbrook near park, 75 acres with reported 30 A. tillable, big timber, streams, rough but restorable house, excellent rock base road. $39,500. I WE HAVE FARMS, HOUSES, BUSINESS OF EVERY SIZE AND DESC I CALHOUN AND BRAXTON COUNTY. CALL OR WRITE FOR FREE • Illlllllllillllllllll