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Calendar {  28 er County Health Department will sponsor a blood diabetic screening clinic from g a.m. to 11:30 a.m. i 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. :will be a musical at the Burnt House Community  8 P.m. The public is invited. Zvill be a gospel sing at the Trace Fork Church at 7 e is welcome. . friends and relatives of Wilford and A lunYch will be rle Bush will /y at City Parlc in Parkersburg. A picnic 0on. ' ual Bailey reunion will be held at the Broad Run Urch. The Crystal Springs Community Church Choir, ,taineer Gospel Quartet and the Upperbound Singers 'in. A covered dish picnic will begin at 4:30 p.m. Clowser family reunion will be held all day at Cedar  te Park. erwg reunion will be held at the Gdmer County g" I, Center with a baked steak dinner. Anyone who k e to make reservations for lunch or needs other r,0 should call 462-5271 by this Friday. Ib6 d.Will be a gospel sing at the Hyers Run Church at 7:30 .:e is welcome. ill be a gospel sing at the new Mr, Oive Church iu e at 7:30 p.m. Featured singers will be the Hickman ,,,,u the Chapmans. The public is invited. 7 Urn family reunion will be held at the Rosedale rch. All friends and relatives are invited to bring a th and spend the day. x reunion will be held at Cedar Creek State Park, s, in which case it will he held at the Recreation ual Pritt reunion will be held at Arbuckle Park. c lunch. d ents among Who's Who Q Countv High School leadership, achievement, service, and |cently selected by the contributions to their class, school.  Distinguished Young and community. A very small ember of Who's Who percentage of Home Economics row's receive this Homemakers. students, nationwide stl, a rate." I  hr.  ",:, -- :" ' 'erriBlauand Ruti ' ' '" II'erees are subsequently dIdADYA All-American a $1.000 U.S. Savings f t. | ation honors outstand.  enomics students for 00art llanned eWall lack.on Heritage fts .....  Jubilee'will exhibit an /or sale Sept. 3. 4 and 5 atil 6 p.m. each day. The 'held in the Sewing Center t, July 28, 1977 Norwegian social worker to return home Ms. Mette Holmern Ms. Mette Holmern of Oslo, Norway, will soon be ending a lO-week visit to Calhoun and Gilmer Counties. During that time she has shared her experience as a social worker with the local Department of Welfare as part of an exchange program. Ms. Hohaern says the experience has given her a different perspective on her own country and her work. She has been staying with Harry and Wandaline Drake of Baldwin. She has been included in all kinds of social events along with her work in the various departments of service in the Welfare Dept. The program ends Aug. 17, with two more weeks here and one week in Morgantown. where the visitors will meet and exchange their exveriences. Ms. Holmern says the rural poverty of West Virginia is quite different than impoverished conditions in Norway. She has observed some welfare services similar to the ones administered in her country and some that are completely different. different. There are no food stamps in Norway. "Our clients ere given money, and we must learn to trust them, that they will spend the money for food." Only if the clients are known to be users of drugs or alcohol are there any restrictions on cash 8rants for food. "Food stamps can be humiliating in some cases," she says. In Norway there are not as many divisions of labor in the Welfare Departments. The same worker will determine eligibility and provide services, or make referrals for special needs. Showing sympathy for those who lmte tG ask for help. .'Holmern said this system of one worker keeping Pine Manor Grocery GLFAVILLE, WV Bear LTD compound bows, $127.95 Bear white tail hunter compound bows, $77.95 " 22 meg g in. barrel, $99.99 Ruger super single six .22./.. -- " "' "1"1 mag., $129.95 Colt new frontier, 7 m. barr=, .u..-= Colt huntsman ,emi-autonlic, .6. in. ba;r,, .22, $139.95 Colt targetsman semi-automatic, o . barrel, .22, $189.95 Remington 788, with 4X scope, any caliber, $139.99 These are all new, sale ends July 30th the same client all through eligibility and services kept the client from having to tell the same story over and over. "It's not necessary to lose dignity to get welfare services," she said. The social worker is given some latitude and can use some imagination in helping those who ask for assistance, although there and here there are always some rules to be followed. At the same time she thinks that overidentifying with the client will not help the worker or client, although in some instances the social worker sees needs that offer few choices. Here or there, there are rules and regulations, and sometimes the worker doesn't agree with the policy, but there is no choice but to follow the rules, Being in the United States has given Ms. Holmern a t/me to look at her home country of Norway from a different perspective. She has re- flected on what her home country means to her, and come to have a better appreciation of her country. She has studied and worked in England and Germany. so this is not her first experience away from her home country. And her view of the United States has changed after the close association with people here. She had heard all kinds of stories about the United States, many not true. A wide difference of opinion on just about every subject is what she has found. Ms. Holmern speaks English with barely an accent. English is compulsory in the schools of Norway, and other languages are stressed. She has also studied German and French. She is a graduate of a School of Social Work in Norway, and all social workers are required to have a degree in that field before they are so employed. Norway has a 12 year educational system, nine years compulsory. There are only four universities in all of Norway, but there are many special schools for training of the professions. In Norway, Ms. Holmern enjoys skiing, swimming, hiking and camping. There are plenty of open spaces where campers may go and be alone. One of the things she misses here is fish, a main feature in her country's diet. Hospitality here has been tremendous, she says. Foreigners receive special treatment, and are made to feel welcome. She said that after an article had appeared in a Parkersburg newspaper about her being here she had received a call I INSTRUCTION "'Drbe emt,t,.ea by. 'tt v.tt# ce. -$18300 " 1974" mod by ,be US. lpL of Labor. Bee of Labor statistics b,eti #1875. Don't just be uKmd with a JOB--Plan NOW for a Pro- femkmal care= Driving a "'Big Rig." We ale a Private Training School and if you meet our qualificatiorts, you will be train- ed by Professional Instruc- tors on modem equipment. Train on a Part Time basis (Sat. r Sun.) and Keep your job, or attend our 3 Week Full Time Resident Training. Rco Tructor TruSer TroLqmg Inc. CLARKSBURG 622-1316 The Glenvitie Democrat/ Psthfhtder 9 from a Parkersburg woman who'had spent a week in Norway several y, ago, asking if they could get together sometime to talk about that country. Her time here has been taken with all kinds of social events, about all of her spare time already promised. It will be over August 17. and back in Norway Ms. Holmern will have added to her experiences those of a social worker in rural West Virginia. a place she will remember for many reasons. Buslnessme Merchants.  is no better way to reach your local market than an ad In yo local paper. Call IT Row for Inormatio on our low rates, eomblution ads a! big dlaeeuats on contract adve! You are cordially invited to the 6th anrmal picnic the Stonestreet Charolais Ranch Aug. 14, 1977 beginning at 10 a.m. Follow signs to Charolals Ranch, Braxton County, Davisson Rt., Gessaway, W.Va.. Activities will be a short program, with lunch and entertainment throughout the day. Bring the entire family and leave your "Sunday Bear" at home and enjoy a leisure day on the farm. PUBLIC SALE AT RESIDENCE OF TRACY RIDDLE NEWBERNE, GILMER CO. BEHIND THE NEWBERNE STORE SAT. AUGUST 10, STARTING AT II:N a.m. ANTIQUES Victrola with records [plays good]; Rocklag ehai; Lanteg Market Basket; Stone Jars; White Hone Viaegar Jup; r sewtng Machine; Walnut Bed; Straight Back Chair; Pletm'e frames; Depression Glass; Gas tight fixtures; Oak Chah.s. : HOUSEHOLD Couch and chair; Platform Rocker; 2 T.V.'s;'stands; Ornn [Eiec.]; Guitar; WHUng Desk; Beds [complete]; Chest;  set; Maple Table and Chairs; Deep free; [I year old]; Refrigerator [no frost, good]; Cupboard; Cek stove; Pets m Pans; Pressure Cooker; Pressm CaDlhes;  May Tag Wringer Washer; Dryer [elet ]; 16 ft. Ladder;  ft. eel Alum. Ladder; 100 ft; Rope; Hand Tools. Guns: 7 mm Rifle; 22 Rifle [Remington Pump]; 12 ga. Shot GuL Other Items too numerous to mention TERMS: CASH ...... NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS LUNCH WILL BE SERVED BY NEWBERNE YOUTH GROUP AUCTIONEER: ED DUELLY OWNER: TRACY RIDDLE Mill State 4-H camp. $8s i., Art show is open to PINE MANOR GROCERY Values to 00 1 st. (|unior. Intermediate. 4,,"ch artisl e enter as i i in ,.," o. .., ,.,n,. . ,o Ny $19 J.l}ainttngs must be framed me s== Now on 99 'r4t ' hang. All work should " P,ra.. Sept. 2. ready for FOR SALE JOHN E. ARBUCKLE RESIDENCE Men's Dress Suits SPECIAL, for only $1.66 White Plastic Picket Fence 2- 30" Sectiem \\; Flowers Spring Colors $1.00 Doz. Sale on Ladies Wrangler Jeans Values to $22.00 Now only $18.88 Ledies' Summer Top Off Cricket Disposable Lighters Now only 77' ghe encouraged. A 15 per oo will be charged for attributable to Stonewall "rtage Arts and Crafts t,- . presented. s must be made through I''-lteir work due Aug. 25. E.ations write Stonewall ,,e. Box 956. Weston, W'.  cal [304) 269-4660. [:"iTUst be in by Aug. 20, Strike, Flea Collars for Cats and Dogs Now only 97' / s/James H. Arbuckle James H. Arbuckle III E lizabeth J. Arbuckle Doran E rnest L. Arbuckle Owners hereby reserved. The Undersigned reserve the right to reject any or all bids. The Undersigned will receive Sealed Bids for the Residence property of the late John E. Arbuckle, unfurnished, from now until 12:00 noon, on F riday, August 5, 1977, at which time all bids will be opened at Kanawha Union Bank. Glenviile. Anybody interested in bidding on this property may leave a sealed envelope with Cash Bid inside, with Kanawha Union Bank, vln Agent for the Under acting as Recel " g signed, which will hold all envelopes unopened until AuglJst . see insi  - Anybody wanting to . ae the house may obtain the kY t;nm b:n.awha Union e our g nk,n hours Bank, Glenvill , .... " g F urfi|ehings will be solO. at Public auction 27, 1//, and the r= ht to Saturday, Auaust "g leave furniture in the house until that date is at 213 North Court Street Glenville, W,;., qirginia While they last