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ii 10 The Glenvtl_le Democrat/Pathfinder August 12, 1976 t Youths make Gilmer more attractive through clean streams project Fifty workers employed by the Governor's Summer Youth program have cleaned 324.1 miles of streams this summer under the 1976 Gilmer County Scenic Streams Improvement program. : The youths collected 2,259 bags of litter which totaled 77 truck loads. They fished out 445 tires and 102 household appliances. Directors of the streams clean-up program listed four goals when they began this year's work. They were: 1) Create greater awareness of the scenic beauty of Gilmer County, 2) Increase the scenic value of streams and rivers in Gilmer County. 3) Improve and increase recreational opportunities. 41 Provide a healthier environment for the citizens of Gilmer County. f The Family Banking Center O O a place to invest your money safely at our high bank rates. a place to borrow for any purpose at our low bank rates, and the best place to come for any banking service in between. ICmnawha Union Bank Glenville, West Virginia R0N mmlmmt|mimmmilnnmmuunmuuutRinq !  ; . " m i T. V. SERVICE , r-g.[l/"" Coupon Good for $2. On Any TV Servie Work ][l=k=' m = Antenna Boosters ,Installed And Repaired i " Sutton Electronics | ,,,== c.,,c=,. : g Main Street. Sutton - Phone 765-5782 g mmmmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmlmmmmlmmmmmmmmmmmmmim. Auction Sale Saturday, August 14, 1976 At 10:00 A.M. Mouth of Bender's Run, 6 miles below Chapel At Raymond Karickhoff Residence Tractor (Massey Ferguson); Mower drag, baler, side delivery rake, disc, plow, wagon hay, gas stove, deep freeze, Upright, refrigerator, dining set, kitchen cabinets, beds and dressers. Other Items Too Numerous To Mention Terms: Cash Not Responsible For Accidents Auctioneer: Robert Butcher A TIRING JOB-Youth workers on the Gllmer Clean Streams program pulled 445 tires out of streams this summer. In the photo at right a group of girls struggle with several tires in the back of a trash truck. The girls are [l-r] Cheryl Miner, Jennifer Brady, Lois Miller, Carol Kelley, Kiln Rowh and Marlene Htckman [Dempocrat photo] MORE SCENIC STREAMS Clean streams workers in the county collected 2,259 bags of litter this summer. They also retrieved 102 household applian- ces. Their work has left us with a more scenic countryside. The boys at right didn't hesitate when they entered the Right Fork of Steer Creek. A wet morning was simply .part of their job. [Democrat Photo] Super Income, Store Restaurant, Service Station, 3 Apartments, Living quarters on busy main read. Stock, equipment, Real Estate, 45,000. 5 Acres more or less extends to river. Fronts Rts. 119 and 33, near Glenville. 3 Separate rental bntldings, 6 apartment units, small barn, free gas. An excellent opportunity. WILL DIVIDE. 18 Acres fronts Rt, 5 near Stouts Mill, aproxtmately V level, clear, level woods. A valuable piece of property, $39,000. Sit before your wood burning fireplace and look at the majestic mountains around you. 3 Bedrooms, full bath, 39 country acres. Unsurpased view, 8cod access S27,900. Cabin in the woods on a creek. 3 Acres, Watch the deer from your big sliding glast'doer, S12,900. Brand new 3 BR home, never even lived in sez hayseed Hay. Beautiful kitchen, fully carpeted, ready for you to move into, g,000. SCANNING THE - CREEKS Clean Streams workers trudged through almost every major creek in ..... , ..... the county collecting trash. Carol Byrd and Leah .... McNemar pulled a muffler out of the Right Fork of Steer Creek while the boys at right were pulling out a bed spring. [Democrat Photo] Humanist tour Continued from page 1 sponsored by the Randolph County Creative Arts Council. Dr. Tedford states that interested groups may schedule traveling humanists through early fall. C.H.A.P.P. pays their honoraria and travel expenses [preferably within 50-100 miles of their homes). A list of available humanists and their general topics are as follows: David H. Cocoran, Executive Director of the Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Foundation - historic preservation, schools in rural com- munities (Hillsboro-Lewisburg area). Dr. Mark Defoe, Assistant Professor of English at W. Vs. Wesleyan College - schools in rural College - gov communities, individual rights (Buck- individual (Par harmon area). Dr. Philip Dr. Avery Gaskins, Associate Professor of Professor of English at W. Vs. College - University, and Dr. Barry Ward, [Parkersburg Assistant Professor of English at W. Dr. John R, Vs. University - "The Other West Professor of Virginians" - ethnic groups often Wesleyan in America ignored in discussions ot our history (Morgantown area]. Groups Robert F. Maslowski, Archaeolo- humanist gist for the Huntington District Corps Glenville State of Engineers - historic preservation 26351), get in (Huntington area), humanist Dr. William E. Phipps, Professor of C.H.A.P.P,'s Religion and Philosophy at Davis and Charles Elkins College- issues concerned with " 25112}. the right to die, individual rights C.H.A.P.P. (Elkins area), ies from those Dr. Reinhold Schl/eper, Instructor grants to in English at Parkersburg Community in the realm all of C.H.A.P.P' : Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday -- 9 to 5 p.m. : : Wednesday, Saturday. 9 to I p.m. : LISTINGS WANTED :THE FALl_  WI- C--T-GS A HERE | : | William Hunt, inc., Realtors : Phone462-7374 : :lSearsi Authored CATALOG SALES MERCHANT : OWNED AND OPERATED BY JANET DEAL : Offkm 364-8365 w 364-5547 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi the National : : Humanities. " l Sears [ 'TORE HOURS g SfOte ,0 will fly over ] Memorial in Hills, Sept. 3  Service's 10Y has been flag in '4.