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Are you a Homeowner or Renter? Call us for a quote today! Hays City Glenville 462-8338 List, Honor Roll released School has List (4.0 av- (3.20 and Semester of the BOll- Sherry Echard, Jim Christi yers, Jason lson, and Amy Briski, and Frankie le: Barbra Brenda Davis, Jones, Morris, Tonya la White. ade: Stacy Angie and Julie Allen, Jenkins, Moss, Kris am, Scotty Monica 0rd. Roll lde: Jeremy Butcher, 3.80; Travis Furby, 3.40; An- Kelley, 3.60; David 3.60; .20; Kyann Stump, ares, 3.20; and Justin ade: Ruth aSon Bennett, 3.20; Jamie Conley, Nathan 3.40; .80; Traci 3.80; Clifton Jonathan and Rose Ninth Grade: John Barton, 3.86; Amanda Collins, 3.57; Ginger Cottrell, 3.71; Rebecca Drake, 3.86; Tonia Ferguson, 3.29; Jason Frame, 3.43; Hollie Grogg, 3.86; Sharon lsenhart, 3.33; Tara Lawson, 3.43; Hillary Miller, 3.86; Julie Norman, 3.71; Jason Phares, 3.86; Julian Phares, 3.71; Shawna Pierce, 3.29; Rebecca Rich, 3.43; Jonathon Townsend, 3.43; George Walsh, 3.43; Cynthia White, 3.33; and Heather White, 3.67. Tenth Grade: Monica Bamc, 3.86; Josh Bonnctt, 3.43; Mich- elle Bonnett, 3.86; Jennifer Byrd, 3.57; Eddie Carder, 3.71; Patricia Drake, 3.67; Dawn Harpold, 3.86; Doug Heater, 3.29; Gina Hoard, 3.57; Norman lscnhart, 3.29; Tom Jarvis, 3.29; Sharie Jones, 3.86; Callum McCough, 3.29; Kelly McHenry, 3.57; Carcy Moore, 3.33; David Moyers, 3.86; Mcrri Peggs, 3.86; Kerry Pritt, 3.33; Jennifer Snider, 3.86; Tammy Stewart, 3.71; Cheryl Taylor, 3.57; and Jada Yerkcy, 3.33. Eleventh Grade: Holly Ables, 3.57; Shawn Alien, 3.29; Julie Ball, 3.29; Marsha Brannon, 3.86; Nathan Chapman, 3.67; Robin Curry, 3.43; Stacy Dancy, 3.50; Leah Edwards, 3.86; Jason Fisher, 3.86; Mclissa Frye, 3.43; Amy Grogg, 3.43; Mark Grogg, 3.43; Jennifer Johnson, 3.57; Geri McCumbers, 3.67; Lisa McHenry, 3.71; James Moore, 3.57; Misty Moore, 3.86; Mike Mullins, 3.33; Kim Parsons, 3.86; Lisa Peters, 3.29; Jessica Reaser, 3.86; David Rich, 3.83; Shannon Richards, 3.57; Colleen Vance, 3.33; Jessica Wade, 3.29: and Andrea White, 3.71. Twelfth Grade: Sharon Ables, 3.83; Angela Bennett, 3.83; Carrie Bonnett, 3.86, Charles Craft, 3.83; Daniellc Farley, 3.40; Tina Ferguson, 3.78; Phil Huff, 3.60; Tina Jenkins, 3.71; Angela McHenry, 3.67; Bryan McHenry, 3.71; Tammy Minigh, 3.58; Andrea Norman, 3.67; Dan Parker, 3.57; Adam Peters, 3.50; Matt Rock, 3.58; Grayson Samples, 3.33; Timmy Schimmel, 3.64; Terri Smith, 3.60; Barbara Sturms, 3.92; Dcbbie Toppings, 3.29; Michael Welltngs, 'aad Mary Wright, 3.43. 5 to August 31 Per gallon gal. LP Gas g on LP Gas if you OWn tank member of the Co-op available ng Upshur, Braxton, ,. Lewis, Webster Gilmer Counties Drn States g Street 1on, WV 26201 Thursday, August 8, 1991--The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder---Page 7 ii Troy-Linn/Mary Harvey 462-8765 Dorcas Scott of North Carolina visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scou, over the week- end. Harold went home with her. His son David of Florida was to meet him there. David has a week's vacation. Our sympathy to the West, Gor- don and Queen families in the death of Irma Queen on Sunday. Visiting with Hazel were her cousin Pauline Greenlief and son Charles, Ted and Arlene Loftis, Anita and Frank Bonnett. Ruth Garrett stopped for a little while. Marguerite Roe visited her on Mon- day. There were 31 at Rock Grove Sunday School, 21 at Doyle, 30 at Troy with Rev. Walter Mullin bringing the message. There were 19 at Community Christian En- deavor with Rev. Ken Heiney bringing the message, Scripture: Genesis 13:5-13. We want to thank the young people that picked up trash on the Troy road, RL 47, which makes the road look so clean and nice. Also thanks to the State Road for mow- ing the sides of the road. It also looks so nice. We do hope the people will stop littering the roads and streams in West Virginia. I'm a little ahead of Elloise Minney's tomatoes. I have one that YOU CAN LIVE WITH IT! weighs 3 pounds. We had three rains last week and one electric storm and rain lasted from about 10 p.m. Saturday night and at 2 a.m Sunday. Holmes Harvey wants to thank everyone that sent him birthday cards and phoned wishing him a happy birthday. He was 85 years young. I had a bumper crop ol cumcumbers, I only had two hitl~ and Saturday I got 27 and one weighed three pounds and was 9 inches long. We don't want to forget August 15 at 7 p.m. at the Troy Baptist Church vidoo viewing, Jesus video will be presented. Everyone young and old is welcome. People in wheel chairs are welcome too. Well, peaches are getting ripe now. I got .some nice ones at the Foodland Store and canned some and ate all I could eat and made a peach cobbler. So much for thaL Will write next week when you call me at 462-8765. Don't forget the Upper and Lower School reunion is August 18 starting at 10 a.m. There will be a cake given to the oldest student that never raised a reunion since it was organized. e uai 7-11 S le. Four Hours Only Friday, August 9 Take off 25 % storewide on all regular priced merchandise! + Take an additional 25 % off all sale priced merchandise! (All sales final) THE SPECIALTY SHOP "First In Fashion" 157 Main Ave. - Downtown Weston 269-1968 OPEN Monday thru Saturday - 9 to 5 Sunday - 1 to 5 MASTERCARD - VISA - DISCOVER CARDS WELCOME Extensive studies have shown the installation of scrubbers at Harrison Power Station to be the least-costly method to meet clean air requirements for Monongahela Power and the entire Allegheny Power System. Natural gas wasn't even the second choice. Some of our customers have asked us: Will co-firing Harrison Power Station with 15% natural gas put the Allegheny Power System and Monongahela Power in compliance with the Clean Air Act? Will co-firing Harrison with gas hold down electric rates, keeping our area competitive for economic development? Will co-firing Harrison create 700 or more construction jobs with a monthly payroll of more than $1 million? Or generate $740,000 in new taxes for Harrison and other counties? Will co-firing of our power stations with any amount of natural gas put northern West Virginia coal miners out of work? If you believe as strongly as we do that scrubbers are the answer, make your support known. Any delay in construction could force us to select another more expensive compliance strategy by default. The decisions made in the next few months could decide the future of the coal industry in north central West Virginia. Make your voice heard. Part of the Allegheny Power System We need used Take an additional % off already reduced prices with a trade-in on all living room suits, bedroom suits, recliners & sleep sofas! Select group of close-out matresses & box springs: Additional % off sale prices! (Sets Only!) ii i i i Select group of close-out carpet: off & up! 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