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August 22, 1975

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,8 The GlenvUle Democrat/Pathfinder August 21, 1975 II Lewis A. Engman, Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission, has promised U.S. Senator Jennings Randolph that the recently announced FTC Canning Jar Lid Investigation, requested by Randolph, will be conducted promptly. The Commission has directed its Bureau of Competition and five regional offices, to conduct an expeditious investigation of home canning equipment retailers, wholesalers and manufacturers throughout the U.S.A b Gllmer and Calhoun Counties are now being served by an emergency 24-hour seven day week answering service, intended to provide a more comprehensive end expedient response to family crisis, child abuse, child neglect, emergency child care needs and other ~81 emergency 8seistance. Provided through the Community Based Family and Children's Services, this service is available after regular office hours by using a 'Code-A-Phone' wMch delivers a message to the caller, giving directions on how to obtain emergency essistance or recording a message which will be responded to within the next working day. For more information, contact the project oflFlce at I00 Mill St., Grantsville, or phone 354-6155. A "comprehensive Survey of the Little Kanawha River Basin. Volume I - Inventory," published by the Department of Natural Resources. is now available to the public. The first of a four.volume study of the Little Kanawha, it is a basic inventory of the water and related land resources of the basin. Three counties - Calhoun, Ritchie, and Gilmer - and portions of nine others in west-central West Virginia are included in the Basin. Copies may be obtained on request from the Division of Water Resources. 1201 Greenbrier St., Charleston, WV 25311. BEST LAND JUDGES. Senior team members [front, l-r] Ina Burkhammer, Jan Hinzman: [back, l-r] Willard Wright, coach Everett Mason, County Agent: and Myron Bailey took top honors in senior division 4-H Round-up. F S' AI'" I:)LL',I" i m In in I II I I SCHEDULE OF EVENING CLAIiSE$ EVENING CLASSES OF SPECIAL INTEREST TO ADULTS AND QUALI- FIED HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS BEGINNING AUGUST 27f 1975 I I I III I[ III Kill II I COURSE DESCRIPFION CEE[~I T TIME DA~ INS';~ CTOR RCIY; ACCOUHT l::G i t132-01 Advanced Accounting 3 6:30 Th Hinter I02A ART i 211-0! Heritage C~-afts 3 6:30 T Scott 309A 305~01 Art History 3 6:30 Th G. Gillesp~e 309A 350~02 Fine Art Media and Methods 2 6:30 ~ W Puskas 309A I BIOLOGY ! 101-02 Man & His Environment I ~ 6:30 MW Chisler ' 2075 i (Students will sign for laborato.-~J and quiz sections during first class period. ) EDUCATION 201-03 |luma~ Development 3 6 : 30 Th James iO:C~i 301-03 Theories of Learninq 3 6:30 T Grey 102CH ! ~75-Oi Developmer~tal ~ Remediai Reading 3 6:30 M Belcas~ro E. 3OL~ ! ~O-:O~M~;t//~ Ftome EC. ad. 3 6.30 W Umstc d 1< S 1~25-01 IntrO. to ~xeeptlonai ChSldren 3 6:30 T Campbe.ll L l:]:{ ~5-0i Pz, aetlcum in Mental P.etardation 3 6:30 Th Myers 2CLC~ ENG/,ISH I01-~2 Wz~. & SpoKen English I 3 6:30 M deRos~e~ ~C:~ 102-02 Wr. & Spoken in'fish IT 3 C:30 T West L~::.: i FINANCE 325-0] Consulter Finance 3 ~:O0 MW McCrearv ir ?:~. (Aug. 27 to Oct. 15 - 6:00-8:00) (Cross-lisred as Econ. 316 - Consum.e~~ ;'ruble.s) ~2~-01 Real Estate, Finance, axed l~oper ty Development 3 6:00 MW Staff 10CA (Oct. 20 to Dec. 10 - 6:00-8:00) leOREST TECHNOL(X~Y 207-02 Equipment Maintenance 2 6:00-10:00 T Sypolt I0176 FOUNDATION STUDIES Found. 399-01 SDec. Prob. 6 1'oplcs: Speed Readinp~ (Ist 8 weeks) 1 6:30 T Belcastvo 301~ LIBRARY SCIZNCE 326- Ol eatalo~ gulng ~ .... Classifica~ior, 3 6"30 TTh Balitz 30LL i 209-01 M,1%h for Teachers I 3 6:30-9:00 T W~seman 30]Z MATHEMATICS 250-O1 Basic FORTRAN 1 6:30 M Disko 3q)Z 156-01 Beg. Folk Guitar (6:30-8:00) 1 6:30 T Jones ~I~A 260-01 Music Fundamentals 2 6:30 M Stz, osn~dcv =SL, B.q ~ 300-01 Folk Music of ~he Appa)achians 3 6:30 T P. Gainer 30~ PIFLSJCS ~ 310-0! C~neral hstro~caay (t.ab, Art'.) ~ 6:30 W McKown :J0~o PSYCHOLOGY 350-01 Child . ~ychologV 3 6:30 W Sjost~o,n 307A SAFETY EDUCATION 329-01 Teaching Safety Ed. in Schools 2 6:30 T Riffle 209H SECRETARIAL SCIENCE ~lO-Ol Office Sy;tems and Practlcum 4 6:30 TTh 5~i~h PH (Aug. 28- Oct. 16) .... _ .qOC IAL SCIENCES 315~-02 W. Va. 6 the Apr~alach~an Region3 6:30 T No,mow 20,,CH SOCIOLOGY 210-01 AppalachiaD Cultume 3 6;30 T Staff 307A ;i SOCIAL WORK 301-02 Intz, oduction to Social ~/o,,k 3 6:30 M Staff 3GVA i' SPEECH lOl-Ot~ P~,inclp:es of Speacb 3 6~ 30 T Lelse,'ing 200/' I III I [ I I II I ADMISS/ONS POLICY To be adtnvtted to Glenville State College, e person must have been graduated from an approved high school REGISTRATION AUGUST 26 i & 30 . 4.'OO p.r ,Pioneer Center AUGUST 25, 26;27 & 28 5:30- 7.'00 p. m. Academic Affairs Office - @E SCHEDULg-(Reside"ts) l Hour SilO0 2Hours- 20.00 3 Hours - 28. 00 4 Hours - 36. 00 5 Hours. 4400 6 Hours- 5200 7 Htrurs ' 64.00 with a minim,Jm of seventeen [ t 7] units. A person eighteen 118l yeats of age I or older who has not gradusted from an approved West Virginia I~'gh school may be admitted on the basis of an interview and test evaluation, Any adult or student may audit any c~lsJ~ vwthout officially being admitted to college, but must be admittad to receive credit. High School ,rmn~o~ and jun,~rs who are qualified fat early admis.won to college may be admitted. Details ave#able from the Office of the ~9,$~,$t, ~04-~,7361 II CLASSES STAR1 M - Monday -/st Class- Sept. T - TuesdaY - 1st Class - Sept. 2 W - Wednesday- 1st Class- Aug. 27 Th - Thursday- lst Ciass- Aug. 28 A Adn~i e 9.-- ell--Clark Hall L--Lit)taw FB--Forestry Bldg. S..Sc,ence Bldg, H.-Health 8k:$g. LBH--Louis Bennel Hall The collage reserves the right to cancel any of these courses if the enrollment does not justify their c ootinue nc a, I H IS1 I / Jackson's Mill - Gilmer County teams placed first here Tuesday, August 12 in the State 4-H Land ludging Contest senior and junior divisions. Winning senior team members are Inn Burkhammer; Jan Hinzman, Willard Wright Jr., and Myron Bailey. They will represent West Virginia at the international land judging contest in Oklahoma City, Okla., this spring. Burkhammer was first in total points scored by all participants, Bailey placed fourth, Wright seventh and Hinzman eight. Junior team members are Rodney Summersville. Jeff Bailey, Sue Reed VEGETABLE EXPERTS. Gilmer County 4-H'ers know and flowers. Their team won first place, senior Horticultural Identification Contest. held during member Sue Burke [l] and coach Ann Jones, some varieties contestants identified. and Dawn Hinzman. In individual points scored. Reed placed first .... Hinzman second, Bailey third and Summersville fifth. "4 Im~ In addition, a Gilmer County senior division 4-H team placed first in i .. Horticultural Iden icatiox,. g t Winning team members Sue Burke,~j ..t 4,~L61 Rhonda Flehser. Keith Morrow and ~J[ ~ ~f~! Tim Robinson w/ll represent West " II ~ : /,[!I Virginia in national competition at ] ~ I "~ Biloxi, Miss. in November. Burke ~ : placed fourth. Flasher Frith. Morrow " i / :nd Robinson ninth in individual il m Others participating in the 4-H ~ I 1 Land ]udging competition "were Bob I I l Hatton, Dave Skinner and Gary" Bush. [ l I / Doug Sinner participated in the ~ I I l Horticulture Identification. 1 1 1 Second place in the State 4-H t D! a Tractor Driving cmpetition was ~ ~ | awarded to Gary Bush. ~ - ll In addition, participants in the 4-H ~ Visual Presentations contest were Pat I "~ Minney. blue ribbon; Donna School- ' -- craft, red ribbon; and Frank Minney. BEST JUNIOR JUDGES. Gilmor County s junior team red ribbon, division during the State 4-H Land lud~g Co~t~ Two parhctpants ,n the Clothing .... [Front, l-r] Sue Reed, Dawn Hinzman, [back. l-r] Rod~ Event were Dawn Hinzmn and Sue Ann Bail- Reed. ' '=Y" . _ _ ...; IIJ4~0omoIol0OiOIOg00.Oi~Jl~00.. ,~mo~ A . Wl ...... ,. (Continued fr( Openings exist for seven Kindergarten age children at the Glenville i A rbuckle State College Kindergarten class for 1075-76, beginning September 2 February 2~ 1975 Glenville wh~ i 1' The class wzll meet m the Pioneer Center from 9:O0 a.m. to 12:00 noon i and a.sto~! t Monday through Friday. Tuition is $25.00 per semester, bank m ~r : . r Union tlanx Interested parents may make application by calling Dr. ~oodrow ~ .... .._..~ Morris. Chairman of the Division of Education, Glenville State CoUege. I Fzrst ~atzo~ I telephone 462-7361, Extension 255. ! o~,%r the u " Z MCt./ualll a= ~moBo~on~uoiO - - Bank ha; prospere leadership million in VAZQUEZ MEDICAL CORPORATION' ,, ~ ArbuckJe, a in the state. The of Greener composed b tribute to tl~ It was Hours By Appointment - Phone 354"6114 ~ Arbuclde and has ........ Kentucky WOULD YOU LIKE TO LEARN A ARE YOU INTERESTED IN: Commercial Sewing Automotive Mechanics Business & Office l du. TECHNICAL Building Construction Medical Office Practice Nurse Assistant Electr cal Occupations Cooperative Education Indus.trial Mechanics Food $o..r ce j Day Classes FREE ! VA Approved years he them on Send in your promptly. We sell used C m 5:30 p.fft. See Your Local High School Principal Soon And Ask About The