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man may be new A. D. er and supervisor at rn Simmons president of te College,' confirmed, 25 that the college has Bitten of athletic director 'Versity, and former high ,:!llede coach. E pinted out that Now Ever the telephone that E the job but he has yet Ith a written letter. e position is filled," dilrnons. ,q!alent will be presem- i eat Virginia Board of I',?s00t meeting. n assistant professor ,lcstion and supervisor 'ilhing in the Department 00alurnni grid tilt .and Annufl Cilmer 0 I fll football game will be r ''' Saturday. Au. 13. ;" annnuncement made ,.. -,aunty Hizh School llham ]. Piercv. The contest . a,t th.'hi,h school football In the ' , . Hay s City addlhon t_. t who graduated from a " h' " zh" lgrl school is eligible to ;t the game. The team will 111 two squads. Basis for |d oe that those who [ d'numbered rears will u [d q ad, and those who [a eVen-numbered years, o remain !;00tourney tall being received at Club for the second Ratliff Memorial golf |uly 30-31. [0r the two-day tourney field limited to the first entry deadline is July a trophy and a $125 redeemable for of Health. Physical Education and Recreation at Kent State. He replaces Dr. Robert Dollgener, who vacated the position of athletic director and physical education department chairman under the administration of now retired Presi- dent Dr. D. Banks Wilburn. Dollgener remains on the GSC physical education staff. "The new athletic director has an excellent background," Simmons said. "The search committee was extremely happy with his academic preparation. He has a wide range of experience," said Simmons. The new athletic director is due to take over on Aug. 1, Simmons said he expects Now on campus this week. set There are certain requirements as to equipment and insurance that must be met for participation in the game. Anyone interested in playing is asked to contact one of the individuals who have been assigned to each team. All applications must be in to the high school by Aug. 5. Those who graduated in odd-num- bered years may contact either Greg Nicholson {phone 462-8664} or Bob Hardman {462-8060}. Even-numbered year grads are asked to contact either Bill Turner (462-7195} or Kenny Fisher {462-7934}. Proceeds from the game go to the Gilmer County High School Athletic Fund. Sand Fork wins two Pitching heroics by Bryan Groves and a last ditch rally gave Sand Fork's Jaycees Junior Baseball league teem two victories last week. The Lions ventured out of the league Friday July 15 to take an 8-7 win over Burnsville. The Lions scored six runs in the last inning to escape with the win. Groves tossed a no-hitter and stroked a home run to lead the Lions past Normantown 9-0. He struck out 13 batters. Coach Jim Hilgenberg lauded the defensive play of shortshop Joey GOOD SHEPHERD CONFIRMATION CLASS AND CELEBRANTS-[L-R: 1st row] Pam Thrasher, Lori Belmont, Chris Thrasher, Ronda Weity, Bernadette Alltop, Eddie DeWeese, Paul Minney, and Danny Minney; [2rid row] Christine July 28, 1977 Alltop, Patty Thrasher, Mrs. Joan Layne, Fr: David Glockner, Bishop Joseph H. Hodges, Fr. John H. McDonnell, ReD. Thomas Field, Ronnie Belmont, and Jamie Minney. [Bayard  Young Photo] I I II ...... I I Marple E. Jenkins Marple E. Jenkins, 45, of 37519 Crook St., Grafton, Ohio, employed since 1962 as a roll mill operator at the Fisher Body Division of General Motors Corp. in Elyria, Ohio, died at 6:45 p.m. July 9 in the Elyria Memorial Hospital after a three-month illness. Born in Orton, W,Va., Nov. 24, 1931, Mr. Jenkins lived in Grafton, Ohio for 25 years, He was a member of the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, Gilmer County, the Northern Ohio Chapter of the Commodore Perry Antique Car Club, and was a Korean War veteran. Mr. Jenkins is survived by his wife Betty: a daughter, Mrs. Glenna Perry of Charleston, W. Va.; his mother, Lena, of Baldwin, W. Va.; four sisters, Mrs. Thomas (Gretta} Hardman of Grafton, Ohio, Glenn Green of LaGrange, Ohio, Golda Murl Ireland of Weston, W. Va. and Mrs. Richard Obituaries 11 I I IIII III of Hurr, and Odd. of Webster Springs; Funeral services were held and four grandchildren. Saturday, July 23, at Spurgeon Hewas a retired farm laborer. He Mortuary with Rev. Charles Fouty The Glenvllle Democrat/ Pathfinder 5 Bishop Hedges confirms class of 13 Bishop Joseph H. Hedges of the Catholic Diocese of Wheeling-Charles- ton came to Glenville Sunday, July 17, to confer the sacrament of confirma- tion on a class of 13 at the Good Shepherd Cathol!c Church, Concele- brants during the services were Fr. David Glockner, Spencer, and Fr, John H. McDonnell. Wheeling. Rev. Thomas Field. Spencer, was Deacon. The class included Pare Thrasher, Lori Belmont, Chris Thrasher, Rhonda Welty, Bernadette Alltop, Eddie DeWeese. Paul Minney, Danny Minney. Christine Alltop. Patty Thrasher. Mrs. Joan Layne, Ronnie Belmont and Jamie Minney. Pastor of the Good Shepherd Church. Fr. Michael Rooney, was unable to be present for the confirmation since he had been called to Ireland due to the death of a sister. He will return July 30. Used car for sale? Excess equipment? Call 462-7309 for information on our low-cost Classifed Ads. I I ] I IIII | I ONE TO SUIT EVERYBODY'S NEED Holly Park Windsor Norris Freedom Double-Wide Home had attended protestant churches, officiating. Burial was in the Funeral serrvices were held Gaston-Henry Cemetery. Saturday, July 23, at Spurgeon Mortuary, Ray. Glenn Kirkpatrick officiated, Interment was in the Miller Cemetery at Letter Gap. Harry Edwin l.anders Harry Edwin Lenders, 43, of Smithburg, died July 13 in a Clarksburg hospital following a five-year illness. He was born in Cilmer County, Dec. 10. 1933. a son of the late William Otis and Pansy Ruth Collins Landers. He was a member of the Emmanuel United Methodist Church at West Union, and the Moose Lodge No. 52 at Clarksburg. He was a retired employee of the Equitable Gas Co. and was co-owner of Patsy's Florist and Gift Shop in West Union. McHenry, He is survived by his wife, Patsy In the second game Sand Fork (Gerldine} Cogar of Baldwin, W. Vs,; information or entry again defeated the Falcons, this time Six brothers, Emerson andRalph (Jack) Wheatley Landers; a daughter, Tonia lununmmmnnmummnmmnmmmmuummmnmiununnunnunmnnnnnnnma ite the Glenville Golf 7-2. Tom Putman and James Jones of Parkersburg, W, Va.. Eugene of Rena Landers, at home; three sons, n iv 26351, The phone pitched for the winners. Putman also :Graftn' Ohio, Charles of Columbia Douglas C. Landers, West Union, Cary : [  l : 107. slugged a home run. ::Station, Ohio, Go]den of Baldwin. W. E. Landers and Gregory O. Landers, : I 00ears I S00o.E HOURS Va., and Gordon of Gassaway, W. Va. both at home; a brother, Havmond C, [ , | , : /  He was preceded in deth b his  Iid, ers of, Weta granddaughter I ........... ............... ,, ,  -  . ,, : t s mightlYou t  j..,,. :two..--.a&,,.fwestunion;and  Monday, Tuesday, Thusday, Friday.gto,pm I ' ,ai, ,,i, brothers, his maternal grandmother. Mrs. Alice U " ' Friends were received in the Wease, of Parkersburg. Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to 1 p m n Russell P. Fulton Funeral Home, Hewas thenephew of Mrs. Bertha : = Grafton, Ohio on July 11 from2 p.m. to B. Waggoner of Glenville. Back To School Sale -- _= 4 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. He was preceded in death by a  r. . | Services were held Tuesday. July daughter and a sister. : l'OW tJolnE On s 12atlla.m. in theMt. PisgahBaptist Funeralservices were held July16 : I-- ' , Phone462-7374 : ...... h, , , , , EVERY FRIDAY & ,,, Grafton Ohm w,th Elder at the Castn-Spureon Funeral Home. ....... ..rrell Hashman officiating. Burial Rev, .... Perry Stewart officiated at the -" I I Authorized : s ah meter burro] m Bridgeport Cemetery SATURDAY was in the Mt. Pig Ce y. " ' " " .... |k.k.aJi. ._ [ CATALOG SALES MERCHANT Ill AT mE 0SC BOWLING INF Charley Miller Mrs. Betty lune Kyer _M L | OWNED AND OPERATED BY JANET DEAL M Charley Miller, 76, of Glenville, Mrs. Betty June Kyer, 52, of MMmMIIIIMIIIInnIMMMMi Now" Thru Aug. 20 died at 6 p.m. Wednesday, July 20 at Glenville, died at 8:30 p.m.Wednesday the Sistersville Hospital following a at her home following an extended 6 pm to I1 pm 11 inn EVERYONE WELCOME ' Bring the Whole Family Located in The Basement of The Pioneer Center WE'RE AIR CONDITIONED. BE COOL! BOWL Auction Sale Saturday, July 30 [ [Time: 10:30 a,m.] ] '-. North Main St., Webster Springs, W. Ya. [.  IL, ANTIQUE & HOUSEHOLD qt'ms of Furniture from Hotel: Iron Bedsteads ,u & W Televisions, Hall Trees, Lamps, Bed Linens, ft. tl' Stands, Chairs, Dressers ,some antique), Round |'..:',,e, it .. lCh " ANTIQUE tt ' _alrs, 3 Large Bookcases w-Glass Doors, 2 Walnut Khes, aU Anne Dining Table, Oak Library Table w- e, Cok;':nstand w-Mirror & Rack, Rocker,, Wicker oolers, Victor Safe 2 t" Lulltber MISCELLANEOUS d wahu,,, ' Kerosene Dispenser, Copper Tubing, q t -" ir a rkk-__. P rts, LarRe Cooler (needs eomnressor), "'nn, Air CondiUoner Parts. Iauy MOre Items Too NumeroUs to Mention Not Responsible for Accidents . all I Cash or a--: L:neh Available: Ce L :pProved Cheek . u'aylor C. Joe King long illness, He was born Oct. 13, 1900, at Letter Gap, a son of the late Sanford and Bird Swick Miller. He was married Dec. 23, 1925 to Sylvia Settle. who survives. Also surviving are two sons, Charley Miller Jr, of Apple Creek. O., and Warder, of Glenville; three brothers, Fred, of Lost Creek, Dorsey, I illness. She was born in Spencer, Nov. 15, 1924, a daughter of Lester Starcher of Cuyahoga Falls, O., and the late Mabel Dickerson Starcher. Surviving are her husband, Charles W. Kyer; a brother, Jack Starcher, of Ohio; two sisters, Mrs. Vera Lester, of Elkins, and Miss Boots Strcher, of Louisiana. News ..... ' .... ".:: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i::"'%:74:;:::;' :;::: .:;:?,j: ,,-,. ..... ============================================= :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: !::::::,: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::!: ::::::::::: : :!,::::,:..:,..:..: ...... : . . ....,. ........ ......,,. ........................ ....., L I Q-I am 55 years of age and have been awarded Social Security benefits because of a recent severe disability. I still have my World War II NSLI and have been told that I may not have to pay any more premiums. A-You may be eligible for waiver of premmms if you have not been able to work for a minimum of six months, Contact the nearest VA office for assistance. Q - I stopped making payments on my National Service Life Insurance term policy three years ago. I am now 58 and want this coverage again. Can l get it? A - Yes, provided you can meet good health requirements as specified in VAs Application for Reinstatement form, and by paying premiums for the month in which the policy lapsed and the month in which reinstatement OCCUpd. ...:..:..:::::::..:..:::::::..:....::::::..z.,.'.'.v "Summer Sale" Be Ready For Any Crisisl Earth Stove Burns 14 hours on one load of wood or ThermostatlcaHy Controlled, Brick air tight for ultimate effleleney. I Heats 4 to 5 rooms and Has Cook Top Converts To An Open Fireplace Fireplace conversion model available. Save 2/ more fuel with this Stove than any reg. Wood and Coal Stove. "Excellent For Heating Entire Mobile Home" "The Heat It With Wood Shop" 1 ml. past WaKers Smith State Park off 1-79. Phone 754.4082. Sale price 395.00 Save 45.00 on this sale. We will not be under prleod to any comparable wood or coal stove. EXP.LODING Say:rigs: Open a savings account for each of your children & let them see how their savings explode, as their interest is COmpounded quarterly. Every time they receive money as a gift or allowance, or in return for a chore, they can deposit a little in their savings. When they grow up, they'll have money waiting for them. A I savings account is a great way to teach your children i how to manage their money! Kanawha Union Bank ,..,....,.... ........ .... ....... .. .. Glenvllle W.V. ::!ii:i!i::iiiii!i!i!::iiii!::i!.iiiiii:ii::i!i!iiii:!::!!i:ii!!ii!:iii!i:!!!:.:!!!i:i!.iii!i:!!i!ii!i!!!ii::iiiiiiiii!:i!iiii! :I !