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1O The Glenvllle Democrat/ Pathfinder August 18, 1977 Grad center classes are s ed [EDITOR'S NOTE--the following article concerntn 8 claues being offered was inadvertently not used in last week's paper. We regret the delay in getting the information to those concerned.] The fall schedule for the Jackson's Mill Graduate Center is available in the Center Coordinator's Office and the West Virginia University County Extension Office. Students will have 24 Graduate courses in Jackson's Mill and four in Elkins to choose from. All classes have maximum enrollment restrictions. Therefore, prospective students are urged to secure enrollment in a class as soon as possible. We are accepting registra- tions from now until August lg for the first semester. There will be a $10 late fee charged through August 22. Ten Master's Degrees may now be earned through the Jackson's Mill Graduate Center. They are: Education Administration, Safety Studies, Phys- ical Education, Communication in Education, Elementary Education, Secondary Education, Special Educa- tion, Reading, Early Childhood Education and Technology Education. Required courses for these programs are expected to be cycled over a three-year period to allow for the timely completion of the Master's Degree. Mr. Mike Caruso from the WVU Office of Academic Advising and Records will be available to answer individual questions about certifica- tion and renewal requirements. For student convenience his visits are scheduled on three different dates in three different locations. Jackson's Mill Graduate Center: August 16 from 10 a,m.-12 noon and 1-3 p.m. Harrison County Extension Office- Clarksburg {Fifth floor courthouse}; August 18 from 3-5 p.m. Randolph County Extension Office- Elkins {201 Henry St,, Conf. Room): August lg from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1-3 p.m. Dr. Helga Shay, Center Coordina- tor, will be available to assist with academic planning and help outline specific program requirements. She may be reached at 269-51OO, extension 72. Also, the WVU Center for Extension and Continuing Education is adding a Health Education course to its fall schedule. This course is designed for teachers to provide them with basic drug facts, opportunities and experi- ences for developing self-awareness as well as communication and interaction skills. The course will be taught at Davis & Elkins College and at Philip Barbour High School. It has an enrollment restriction and early registration is advised. Inquiries should be directed to Dr. Shay or to the local WVU County Extension Service. thurs, aug. 18 Calendar The Broad Run Baptist Association will hold services at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church. Harold Scott is the moderator. fri, aug. 19 The Glenville IOOF #105 will have an auction at 6 p.m. The Gilmer County Retired School Personnel's annual picnic will be held at the Recreation Center pavillion at 6 p.m. The Mountaineers for Rural Progress meeting will be held at 1:30 p.m. in the Federal Building in Glenville. sat, aug. 20 There will be a square dance at the Smith Community Building near Leopold from g p.m. to midnight. Music by the Country Five. The Gilmer County Farm Bureau's sixth annual Goodwill Dinner will be held at 6 p.m. at the Recreation Center. This is a covered dish affair and all are welcome to participate. sun, aug. 21 The descendants and friends of the late Lon and Lou iohn Collins will hold their annual reunion at Arbuckle Park. A picnic lunch will be served at noon. .35 g. 5  i BUL'ETI ! i.rtrke Advantage of our ,o o inventory clearance on BACK TOS.CHO.O L needs See our Items m hmlted " 0 selectton Q. i,,,r' Arttsts Double Stick NEWBtc Pens, s,tch ]Pads Tape Reg. 85. z5o OZt Just El 59 Paper Clips 2I* Markers, Ruler lO* o Reg 29' Legal pads, Beck to School SPECIALS Scratch paas, Pencils 5' ea I s, values Construction Paper 10  per pack masonite clip boards Reg. 9s* 89 $teno Pads (great for notes)Reg.S9* gh AuguSt L3| 45 Mucilage (7 only) Reg 19' 1/2 fl. OZ. 10 ea. Elmers Glue 39 (79 value) Liquid Paste 5.8 oz. Just 79 Carters Rubber Cement Only 50  8 pack Reg 25* 10 16 pack Reg 39* ]5 .so 200 Magic Marker (fineline) Only 29  (A real buyl) through August 31 SOLID HF.AD Tip Marker (Graahic.200) TACKs =. THUMB Reg. 69 't Only 39  ' ""ULAR .4,.R & Just .29 &.3s Gilmer Graphics "Your school supply center Main St. Glenville 4 The Reaser reunion will be held at Cedar A picnic lunch will be served. The descendants of Joseph and Mary Tanner and Charles and Sarah {Sommerville} will hold their 3oth reunion at the home of Tanner. The Cogar reunion will be held at Cedar Cresk Friends and relatives are invited to bring a The Goldsmith-Alltop reunion will be held Center. The Ninth Annual Lynch reunion will be held shelter in the City Park at Parkersburg. Picnic 12:30 p.m. Descendants of George M. and Mary Jane of Sand Fork are invited to come and bring all friends. The 47th annual Woofter Family reunion will Point Pleasant Baptist Church at Falling Timber on 18. A basket dinner is planned. The Kelley and Jamison reunion will be held Park near Glenville. A picnic lunch and program with the election of officers slated. The Gilmer County Marching Titans will be annual band camp at the Gilmer County beginning today at 1 p.m. and continuing through The annual Post Family reunion and held at the Kanawha Drive Community Building rai Lunch will be served. The Little Kanawha Valley C.B. Club will have dish picnic beginning at 10 a.m. at the Recre There will be a horse show at the Ridge Riders Grantsvilie. men, aug. 22 A series of Gospel meetings will begin at 7:30 Locust Knob Church of Christ on Sliding Run, three Rt. 5. The meeting is scheduled to run each even August 28 with Evangelist Lewis Michel of Galipoli charge. , A revival will begin at the Gospel Mission es Avenue in Sand Fork at 7:30 p.m. Ray. Gary Thompsent the minister. wed, aug. 24 The W.Va. State Folk Festival Inc. will meet at t Store at 7:30 p.m. sat, aug. 27 ,, = ,:,  ,  There will be a musical ice cream social at the Community Center at 7:30 p.m. Featured singers will be Bird. A reunion will be held today and tomorrow Farm and Country Road Park near Stumptown for and Cottrill families. A calf roast is set for with a picnic lunch on Sunday. sun, aug. 28 The annual Wiseman reunion will be held at Camp on Gee Lick near West0n. Dinner will be served by the Wilmar Entertainment will be provided during the Homecoming is scheduled for the Rhoades on Little Bull Run near Cedarville. There will be SundY 10 a.m., morning worship at 11 and dinner from 12:1 p.m. The afternoon service will begin at 1:30 p.m. and speakers will be present throughout the day. Robinson will be the afternoon speaker. The Weston will be singing at 7:30 p.m. with Rev. preaching. Everyone is invited to bring a covered The Glenvllle Shooting Stars 4-H Club will hold meeting at 2:30 p.m, at the Recreation Center honori: Svendsby of Norway. IN THE CIRCUIT COUNT OF GILMER COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA P.O. HARDMAN, Administrator of the Estate of O.O. Hardman and JOHN UNDERWOOD. Plaintiffs. = VS. CIVIL ACTION NO, 77-C,-42 BETTY JANE BRAY ADAIR. ANDREW TRACT AITCHILSONJR., ARTHUR P. ALLEN, CHARLES R. ALLEN, SHELTON S. ALEXANDER, MARCUS BRUMBAUGH. DON M. CLARK and LrrA B, CLARK. BERNARD |, CONLON, O.H. HENRY. WILLIAM E. HODGINS, KANAWHA DRILLING COMPANY, A Corporation. FREDERIC M. LEWIS, EDWARD F. McGEHRIN. PAULINE MUSIAL, ROBERT M. O'CONNOR, JOHN I. OWENS. MORTON PAREr end CARITA PARE'r, FERItJL WT^L'AOR."OT L. SX, L^ REGINA WFJSSFISCH. CARROLL R. WORTHINGTON, Defandunt. NOTICE OF SALE: Pursuant to order of the Circuit Court of Gilmer CounW, West Virginia, mace an rt entered on the 30th day of June, 1977, in the above StyJed Civil Action. I  on Tuesday, the 30th day of Attaust. 1977, at the front door of the Courthouse of Gflmer County, West Virginia, in the City of Glenvflle. at 11..00 o'clock a.m. of that day, offer for sale to the hihest bidder on terms of Cash in Hand the foilowrmg described property: Certain working lntereete in that certain off and gas leasehold estate, created by original lease of I.W. Flesher, Executor and Trustee of the estate of W.C. Bailey, dated February 20, 19e. of record in Gilmer County Deed Book No. 249 st Ige 8. embracing a tract of land eentaininll 181} acres, more or less, situate on the waters of Lending Creek, in Troy District, Gilmer County, West #irginia, and described in said team as ' being bounded on the North by lands of Holmes Harvey, et el, East by lands of Ass Bush, South by lands of Barley. West by lands of Theodore Bush {formerly Bailey}, together with a like interest in the three off end/or gas we"s situate thoroan, and ell machinery, appliances, pipelines, appurtenant thereto, situate thereon or  in connection therewith. The interests to be sold ere thoe owned by Andrew Tracy AltO, It., Arthur P. Allen, Charles R. Allen, Brumbaugh. Don M. Bernard }'. Conlon. William Drilling Company. Lewis, Edward Y. Robert M. O'connor, end Carlta Purer Julia Clark Waltman. Carroll R. Worthington. Thq Gilmer County. wesz , that the above named given bond as required approved by me. The State of Wes 23 for hg::n. No. 65 for: No bid will be on forms prescribed by Purchaein8 DivtMon, Administration. Room Charleston. West Virginia. NOTICE To the Creditors estate of Ore B. All persons of Ora S. Poweil. ere notified to exhibit thereof office Virginia on or o'cleck p,m., excluded from all All beneficiaries of on or before Mtd day to e otherwie protect their t Given under my August. 1977.