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10 The Gienville Democrat/Pathfinder August 26, 1976 by Wanna and Mary Mr. and Mrs. Hale Hinzman have moved to their new home in Troy. Mrs. Mary Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. Opha Keller, Mrs. Berry, Mrs. Alvin Bush and Mrs. Warder Lowther rode the Senior Citizen Trip bus to Glenviile Tuesday. They did some shopping. Roy. Mullins filled his appoint- ments at Rock Grove Baptist Church at Troy last Sunday. The young people of Rock Grove Baptist Church had a picnic at Bud Messenger's last Sunday evening, all reported a good time. Mrs. Vera Davis and her daughter Lillie Davis from Cleveland, Ohio and Mrs. Warder Lowther of Linn ,Visited with their sister, Mrs. Opal Mick of Buckhannon last week. Mrs. Gennie Allman, Post Mistress of Linn, has been on a two-week vacation. Mrs. Pausey Mcarty of Clarksburg spent a few days last week with her mother, Mrs. Susan Powell, of Linn, who has been ill for some time. Mr. and Mrs. lames Ford of Linn spent a week on vacation m Canada. Mary Wiseman of Troy and her sister of Parkersburg were visiting their Uncle Lonnie Wiseman and other relatives in Limerick, Pa. over the weekend. Lonnie is recuperating zrom a stroke and is doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. David Talbott and son Edsfl Talbott were home to visit their mothar. Mrs. Houser Talbott of Troy over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fidler of Troy have returned home after a 23-day tour to California. They traveled 7,000 miles, through 19 states. They attended a performance of the "Stephen Foster Story" in Bardstown, Ky. Points of interest on the trip wore: Oral Roberts University {Oklahoma}, the Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam {Arizona}, Disneyland, Hollywood, San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge, Lake Tahoe and Rondorosa Ranch (Nevada}, Salt Lake City's Mormon Tabernacle Choit, Kennecott Copper Mine {Utah}, Garden of the Gods, Air Force Academy and Pikes Peak in Colorado and the Eisenhower Chapel in Kansas. The highlight of the trip was a surprise party held in Albuquerque, KAPLAN'S SUIT CLUB STARTS Sept. 4 New Fall Merchandise Showing Now KAPLAN'S 00ESTON, W.VA. YOUR LEADING CLOTHIER FOR 77YEARS N.M. for their 47th anniversary. The dinner party was planned by their daughters, Josephine Fidler and Mrs. Charles Wellings, Jr., with the assistance of the tour director, Winoma Spurgeon, a former Gilmer County resident. Childbirth classes offered in P ennsboro The Rural Childbirth and Parent- ing Alternatives Group will offer Prepared Childbirth classes in Pennsboro later this month. The seven classes will continue through October. Prepared Childbirth classes give both the mother and father an opportunity to find out what will happen during the birth process. You will be shown exercises and breathing techniques to enable you to actively participate in the birth of your baby. Information is also included on nutrition for the mother and baby, breast feeding, getting back into shape after the baby is born, hospital procedures and what to expect at the different hospitals serving the Penns- bore area. Personal contact with other local mothers who have been through Prepared Childbirth classes is also included. If you are interested in joining this class, or if your baby is due later, perhaps joining olr next class, please call either Jan Hughes at 659-2378 or Donna Spellman at 873-1114 for further information. \\; HEARING TEST SET FOR GLENVILLE W. VIRGINIA Electronic hearing test will be liven at the Conrad Hotel in Glenvgle each third Wednesday of the month from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. by Mr. Kemper Hyre, Certified Hearinll Aid Audiologist. BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICE 442-8. W. Pike St. Clarksburg, W.Va. 26301 Glenville State hires 11 new facuHy members Dr. D. Banks Wflburn, president of Glenville State College, has released the names of 11 new faculty members and two new staff for upcoming academic year. Ms. Catherine N. Kaloers will be employed as Instructor in Speech to replace Ms. Katherine Liesering. Ms. Kaloers received her A.B. degree from Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, Mich., her M.A. degree from Aquinas Institute of Religious Studies and her M.A. in Speech from Eastern Michigan. Mr. Larry E. Keaton has been employed as Assistant Professor of Education to replace Ms. Margret Campbell. He received his A.B. from Morris Harvey College and his M.A. from West Virginie University. For several years he was Supervisor of Special Education in Roane County Schools. Ms. Christy Kamper will be hired as an Assistant Professor of English. She received her A.B. from Murray State University in Kentucky, her M.A. from the University of Kentucky and her Ph.D. from the University of Tennessee. She has taught English for several years at the University of Tennessee. Mr. Daniel LaBar will be a new instructor in music. He replaces Mr. Brian E. Bevelander who is on a leave of absence for graduate study. He received his A.B. at Oberlin College of Music and his M.A. in piano from the American Conservatory in Chicago. He has graduate work toward his Ph.D. in musical arts. Mr. LaBar has taught at Trinity Christian College in Paloc Heights, Ill. and at Lake County Junior College in Illinois. Mr. John D. Laing will be N Dr. Janies Erning Matroy will be hired as Assistant Professor of History to replace James F. Helgenburg while he is away on a leave of absence for graduate study. Dr. Matroy received his A.B. from Lake Forest College and his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Virginia. Ms. Sherry Lee Kennedy will be employed as Director of Louis Bennett Hall. She received her A.B. from West Virginia University and her M.A. from West Virginia University. She has been a secondary school teacher and a graduate assistant at West Virginia University. Mr. Richard M. Piersol will be hired as an instructor in English. He received his A.B. with honors, and his M,A. in English from Ohio University. He has much additional graduate work completed from the University of York, in England. Mr. William S. Roberts will be employed as Director of the Department of Social Work to replace Mr. Buford Young, who has resigned to work at Concord College. He received his A.B. from Bluefield State College and his Master of Social Work at Smith College School for Social Work in North Hampton, Mass. He has previously taught at the junior high level, has served in the United States Army, has worked as a social worker in Monroe County, and was once Harrison County Director for Informa- tion and Referral for the Social Welfare Council. Ms. Mary K. Ross will be the first woman hired to teach forestry at GSC. She received her M.A. in Ornamental Horticulture from Michigan State University. She has previously been an instructor in Ornamental Horiculture. REV. The ford, Jr. of the Church, of years has Christ Sutton. Washington received W.Va. Divinity Seminary in, Rev. former have three III, Sarah The day to year's employed as an instructor in Sociology Mrs. Morthena A. Wilson has to fill Ms. Deloris Mipliviec's position been hired as Computer Operations J while she is on a leave of absence for assistant in the Computer Center. She I graduate study. He received his A.B. received her B.S. in Chemistry from  Stoll and M.A. from Duquesne University. Morris Harvey College and has done white He has taught at the Community computer work for the International | College of Allegheny County in Platex Corporation. Glass. Pennsylvania. The new staff is as follows: Mrs. I Ms. Vickie D. McCracken, a 1976 GSC graduate, will be appointed at Student Services for Career Planning and Placement as director of pre-career work. Brenda McCartney has been hired as Admissions Clerk in the Admissions office. She received her B.S. from GSC last May. Mrs. Victoria A. Welty has been hired as accountant in the Financial Aid office to work for Mr. Daniel J. Perkins. She received her A.A. from Fairmont State College this August. _ I Don't be a nerd! Register to vote and cast your ballot! size. ! / M MF 14 Rt. 16 Birch Clay Gauley Bridge Mt. Nebo Tractor Rt. 41 7 Rt. 19 Beckley Corral Some Hefty Up To MF11 And MF 200 Special Savings On All Glenvtlle Rt. 5 Burnsv/lla Gasmway Sutton Rt.19 Webster |n MF 200 On Mt. Nebo Tractor & Equipment Co. Mt. Nebo, West Vlrgibla .. Telephone 872-3141 i