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August 22, 1975

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announcements published here. i)lc'ase send Glenvilie. "tV$ 26351. Merel~ print, txpe or anniversary, or other famil~ ne~s. or (:all it in y to ~Tite up the article and publish it at no Mr. and Mrs. has been to Fairmont was an of the was also a Council. of school and was State at Your State He also 11 and studies at 24 and will and Physics. reported Charles a single Va. on ] Wanda the COndition at a St~hen. 14 was Mrs. Recent ~uests in ~'he hom{~ ,d .'Jr. and Mrs. Racy Emers w, ~)f ~ ~,.J~ .\lilt> were. Mr. Kvle Emer.son. ('.hue k }b it,, and Nita. of San Ant(mi(,. "[ea>; }{it k Emerson (fl Whiteh)rd. Md.: Xlr. ,t:(t Mrs. Dick tlull (d ttaml)h},':. \i~: Mr and Mrs. Stanle: Lan~iord ~Jf I,~ri ri. O.: Mr. and Mrs Don L',n(! j! Parkersburg. and Iterhert \Va~ne~ ~{ Cleveland. On Sunday. Aueqst 17. Mr a,),! Mrs. Charles Porter and ..(m i.~ i. v..r guests at the (hristeni;t~ br ! . daughter of Mr. and :,If-, M;~ri, Anthony Manchin. (;ramtp.r.: > (,i the child are Mr. and Mrs A t~,rP,,- Manchin. A dinner was served on th~ L~v,.n r( all the guests after t}u~ ~er~m.~r '. !i~ christening was held dt Farn~:~,~; Mr. and Mrs. Charles P.rh~r '.}:.~: later visited with their so. ~-,{ , Mannington. Mr. and Mrs. \\iiliam ( }'~)z'~er visited with Mr, ;ir~d Xlr> (h,:;> Porter last week. Mr. and Sirs. Willie k;~li ti(~r:~ ~f St. Cloud, Fla. are visltin~ Mr ir~d Mrs. Onnje Van t{orn and sister [thc Roberts of Stumptown a~}d i)l usie \'a~ Horn. unl of Gilmer be held ['22 at 7:30 in the Retired School Employees To Ficaic Saturday The Retired School Emploxees will have their picnic on Saturday. Au~2ust 23 at the home of Mr. and Mrs (;ilher~ Reed. The picnic will begin at b p~. and interested persons are asked ~,, provide a picnic basket. Dr. 6 inor to teach Folk music at 65( Dr Patrick (;ainer, founder of the \\ ,.-~ Virvima Sl.h~ Folk Festival. and ': ~'-' . Pr,i~>sor of Folklore at West \ ir ~ini~ [/niv~'rsitv. will teach a course ~ "\ppala( hi.n Folk Music at Glenville '~*dte (:oileve this fall. ']}le (ourse iS a part of the new \~t).b~(hian Studies teaching pro- -:.r(~m which will begin at GSC this fall -~,u.~-ter. lhe course will meet on l'm~>d~ evening at 6:30 p.m. and will .rr~, three ( redit hours, tt is designed ,', {;,rniliarize students with the ~.ituraL background which produced Appalachian music: to teach the basic mc, cham(:s of music so that the ~u/tents wilt he able to sing the songs: ~:~(i t(~ pro,.ide the students with a .r'~,'~ r~ pertoire of folk songs. I)r (Lmmr has iust recently p dAi>h~.~ ~ hook (,n Appalachian Folk '~,>*: ,nd is in the process of p'~i. i>} i~ ~ d,h(,ther un ~host stories on i:e '\ppala( hi.hs, tie enjoys a national r~qmtation ~,s a folk-lore authority. College St. UMC Ladies" Aid meets F~: (;-ileve St United Methodist t i~r( ! Ladies Aid lmld their August !i ,m~,