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August 28, 1975

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cl Schools will begin students on 8. serve the of Gilmer L is fully equipped materials and the first-year one full-time teacher's instructional m equipped to 20 Kin- gradual- teachers do not on the opening ~Idents one day, group of five or six u til the complete in Gilmer County |arten for School is in the old at Norrnantown pupils Fork School at the Good Shepherd Catholic Church on Mineral Road. Glenville. Tanner Kindergarten for pupils living in the Tanner School Attendance area. will be at the County Recreation Center as it was last year. Troy Kindergarten for pupils living in the Troy School Attendance Area, will be at Troy School, Additional information may be obtained concerning the Kindergarten Program by calling the school in your area: Normantown Elementary School. 462-8035: Sand Fork Elementary school. 462-7605: Tanner Elementary School: 462-8817: Troy Elementary School. 462-8655. All County School Buses will begin operating on the same schedule as last year. Anti.strip mine festival Labor Day weekend The Save Our Mountains Benefit Festival {to help stop strip mining} will feature bluegrass and country rock music at the Appalachian South Folklife Center. Pipestem State Park. August 31 to September 1. Money raised by the festival will be used to support educational, legal, and organizational efforts to stop strip mining. In addition to music, there will be movies, arts and crafts, country food and special environmental exhibits. Campings in the area is permitted. Advanced tickets and further information can be obtained from Save Our Mountains. Inc.. Box 573. Hamlin, WV, 25523, Rick MacDowell, 824-5546, IIIIII I . Asby Smith Nicholm Asby Smith Nichols, 75, a former resident of Tanner, died August 16. He retired from South Penn Oil Co. in 1965 and moved to Roane County. Besides his wife. Lulu. he is survived by a foster son. Franklin Anderson of Chicago, Ill. He was buried in Clover Cemetery. Mrs. Louisa I. Bush Mrs. Louisa J. Bush, 95. of 716 W. 2nd St.. Weston. died Saturday. August 16 at Stonewall Jackson Hospital following a long illness. She was born in Gilmer County on tune 8, 1880 the daughter of Thomas B. and Francis Stalnake= Bu.,,h. She married Granville T. Bush in 1896. Mr. Bush died October 9. 1973. Mrs. Bush is survived by a daughter, Mrs. lames (Mildred) Dolan; a son, Alvin Bush of Glenville: a foster son, Delbert Proctor of Omaha, Nab.: two grandchildren and three great- grandchildren. Mrs. Bush attended the Glenville Baptist Church. Funeral services were held Wed- nesday, August 20 with Rev. Floyd Waldrop officiating. Burial was in Weston Masonic Cemetery. Rebecca S. Raymond A recent GSC graduate on her way to a new teaching position in HarrisviUe was killed early Thursday. August 21. after the car she was driving went out of control in heavy fog and crashed. Rebecca S. Raymond. 24 of Lancaster. O. died en route to St. loseph's hospital. The accident occurred along the narrow, windy Rt. 47 near Smithville about 12:30 a.m. According to Deputy lames H.Hudkins of the Ritchie County Sheriffs Department. speed was not a factor in the crash. "She apparently just got caught in the fog while rounding a curve," he August 28. i.q75 Th,. (,h~nville l}emocrat/Pathflnder 7 said. i..thlltl(m t~j her parents, she is ~. She had begun moving to Harrisville survived by twfJ sisters. Mrs. Richard ~ from Glenville on Wednesday, the Wine of Letart, and Mrs. Jack deputy said. and was to begin teaching Fosnaugh of Lancaster; six brothers, when school began September 2. Carl Jr., Harold, Howard, Thomas, Miss Raymond was born in lames and George, all of Lancaster: Lancaster. the daughter of Carl L. and and several nieces and nephews. Nola Dresbach Raymond. Funeral services were conducted She worked as a substitute teacher August 25 and burial was in Hallsville, in Lancaster before accepting the O. Harrisville position. LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Saturday Night Sarah Singleton with Wilard Montgomery Formerly Bill Hikes Place STOUTS MILL A&miosio-, $1.75 pet" coupJe St.00 per permm VAZQUEZ MEDICAL CORPORATION Announces the Association of DR. TERESA D'ORAZJO BATES For the practice of Family Medicine Beginning August 12 Hours By Appointment - Phone 3~F6114 BONELESS lb. ( BONE IH) lb. FRESH g ~e CHUCK OR DRUMSTICKS CHUNK I & pkl. 12 SUPERIOR 1 Ib pkg. oz. CORN RING BRAND VAC PAC SIZZLING GOOD Au$. 28. 29. 30 NO CHANGE IN QUALITY ANY $gE PKG. VmlIABI Grocery AulBmt 28, 29, 30 I&. m m m m m ~m In mm m m mm 3 15. cnn SAVE 20 IS oz. mm mm mm mmm mm mmm m~ mm mm mm unto mm MC m GOLD MEDAL 25/bs m KRAFT MIRACLE WHIP 32 OZ. SAN GIORGIO & HOT DOG BUNS 3 for 15 oz. 3 for .(Hi FIIIOZEN QUALITY CNEK MRS. PAUL'S 3 for 24 oz. SAVE 20 25 oz. SAVE S0 16 oz. bag SAW 22 SAVE 50 through EAST lAIN SL ~i~,~, GLENVILLE a