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ii!i administrators. August 28, 1975 The Glenville Democrat/Pathflador 13 administrators inGILMER COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL: returned to Wm. I. Piercy, Principal, Rex. e training Hardman. Asst. Principal: Dave 2 school Barnes. Marilyn Barnes, Marshall S. to Supt. Ron Barnhouse III, John L. Barton, Lavaughn Bouch, Lucille Butler, Earl I list of administra- M. Clough. Phyllis C. Cole, Janette county school Cunningham, Gerald W. Davis, Deborah L. EUison, Jean J. Flesher. HORSE SHOW SETPEMBER 7, 1 P.M. (Rider 12 ~ under, Pony 49" 8, over) (Rider 14 El" under, pony 49 8" over) (Horses) English Tack (Horses) fast rack) Horses lHonr~) (Am. saddle horse type - English tack) Honing (25 b over - Walk and Pleasure gait) Hm'~m " English Tack (Horses) I Chairs IHorses) (Entry fee $3, pay back % - 50°, 30%, 20%). IN CLASS 3 MAY NOT SHOW IN CLASSES 5. 10, 14 ENTER HORSE CLASSES OR VICE-VERSA UNDER - RIDERS 14 AND OVER C TIMER - JUDGE NANCY THOMAS ALL TROPHY SHOW - 5 PLACES NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. $1.00 ADULTS -- 50 CENTS CHILDREN GILMER COUNTY TRAILRIDERS, INC. A T STABLES 8 MILES gEL OW GLENVILLE PUBLIC SALE 527 PINE ST. SOUTH-SIDE GRAP I'SVHJ SIGNS TO SIDENCE OF LATE JOHN STEVENS SEPT. 6, STARTING 12:00 NOON QUES AND COLLECTORS ITEMS. (square oak with 219 prs. Salt and Rocker, Desk Telephones, Wall Book Case, Bar (made in Australia), Store Scales (over 100 yrs. old). Single Brass Kettle. Cow & School Bells, Gal. Donahue Jars. Bottles (Convention, Jim Avon, Milk, Perfume). 5 Gal. Glass Jug, Jars, Daisy Churn, Graliam P ld g' Stem Dishes, Spoon Holders, Sugar BUtter Dish, Cake Stands, Pitcher & Glass Cobalt, West Virginia, Depression Carnival, Camphor. Milk. Ironstone), iron Alum. Tea Kettle, Arbuckle Bros. Cash Tops, Sun Bonnet, Flat Irons, Buttons, Corn Planter and Shucker, Doll and Comb and Brush, Kerosene Light, Tin and Cas Light, Fixtures, Leather Vise, Meat and Lead, Lot Other Items Too Numerous TERMS: CASH RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AUCTIONEER: ED DUELLEY VIRGINIA STEVENS lOANS have the low-cost loan exactly fits your needs Glenville. W.Va. Kenneth L. Greenlief, DEanna L. Messenger. Barbara L. Nicholson, Jean Rhoades, Anna Jean Rogucid, Judith A. Stalnaker, Phyllis M. Starkey, Clyde Stepp, Annetta Summers. H. Donley Teter. Damon W. West, Rosemary Williams. Tillman Lee Williams. NORMANTOWN ELEMENTARY: James F. Shock, Principal: Evelyn Barton. John Brannon. Timothy Butler. Peggy Cain. Bob Frame, Neva Lynn Gainer. Carol James, Brenda Jarrell. Betty Jenkins. Patricia Jones. Jane Kennedy, Jo Ann Marks, era E. Minney. Madge Vannoy, Donna Wilt. SAND FORK ELEMENTARY: M. Thomas Dooley, Principal: Linda Adkins, Mary R. Barker, Mary Jane Bayer, Avonnell Davis, Linda Fisher, Nancy Fitzpatrick, Lorraine Foster, Helen James. Sue Morris, Robert Murphy, Onidee Nutter, Barbara Reed. Dorothy H. Rhoades, Harold L. Scott, Pauline Stepp, Gloria Summers, Win. J. Turner, Mary E. Young. TANNER ELEMENTARY: Roger G. Brady, Principal: Robert Archer, Reva Bennett. Susan Comstock, Gall Lee Hamric. Thomas Minney, June Norman- berg. Lenita Reale, Dolores Simmons, Lucille Stalnaker: Tanya Turner, Doris White. TROY ELEMENTARY: James O. Phares. Principal: Karen E. Adams, Sharon Anderson, Mary Jo Cunning- ham. David Ellison, Kimberly Jones, Win. K. Jones, Mary Lee Maesey, Georgia P. McCartney, Ruth Murin, Marilyn Peterson, Fie Davis Reed, Norma J. Zatko. CENTRAL OFFICE STAFF: Ronald I. elty. Supt.: Robert H. Hardman. Asst. Supt.: Billy Bennett: Sherry Gray. TRAVELING TEACHERS: Patricia Downey, Ann Gerstner, Mary Morrow. Helen Norman, Donald Renn, Sandra Roberts. Patricia A. Sjostrom. 'rMR TEACHER: Sue F. Waggoner HOMEBOUND TEACHER: Karen Kuhl. Two GSf grads tuck of/'CC Two Glenville State College graduates are instructors at Parkers- burg Community College's Individual Learning Center. Larry E. Kelbaugh is a math instructor and Allan Edward, who also graduated from Gilmer County H.S. is an instructor in computer programm- ing. Flexibility of schedule is just one point of the ILC, according to Ernest Cronan. director. Students proceed at their owa~imce+-+and-work oii*a+- one-to-one basis with an instructor. The program was designed to suit the needs of the deficient beginner, the student returning to school from a career experience, or the person whose work or personal schedule doesn't allow classes on av established day and time, according t,.- Cronan. Larry Oenmqh Allan Edwards 611HER C0UNff AUCTION BARN Top Town Hill 61enville We sell antiques, new and used merchandise. Consignments accepted at 5:30 p.m. on Monday. SALES START 6=30 P.II. IOIERT J. BUTCHER Labor Day is special. It's the hofiday for which most people plan their last outing of the summer. And as plans take shape, it's a terrible time to be reminded of the number of people who are killed on the nation's highways and how many homes are burglarized each year during the long holiday weekend. But that's exactly what is needed to warn everyone to be a safety conscious in protecting their lives and property as they were careful in choosing their holiday activites. The roads will be crowded as people head for the beaches, the ballparks and other recreational areas away from their homes. Last year during the Labor Day weekend, 516 people were killed on the nation's highways as a result of auto accidents. Seven of those traffic deaths occured in West Virginia. according to the National Safety Council. Also, many homes are burglarized each year during the Labor Day weekend while workers and their families are away enjoying the holiday. In some cases, the occupants assisted the burglar by leaving a door unlocked. There was an 18 per cent increase in property crime in the U.S. during the first three months of this year as compared with the same period last year. This represents the largest first-quarter increase since 1967. according to the FBI. A 20 percent increase in burglaries led the upward surge. Kanawha Union Bank. through its membership in the American Bankers Association, will co~ponaor "Lincoln. the Unwilling Warrior" on NBC-TV Wednesday, September 3 at 9 p.m. on Channel 12. Television viewers will gain new insights into the life of Abraham Lincoln. as Commander-in-C-bier during the Civil War, in this fourth, hour-Ion8 special, based on Carl Sandburs's Pufitizer Prize-winning biography of the 16th Presidm~t. The first three programm in the six-part series'have already won awards from T.V. Guide. the American Better Broadcasters Association. and the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge. Broadway Tony Award winner Hal Holbrook plays the title role of the series in full makeup to resemble Lincoln. THUR-FRI-SA T AUGUST 28TH - 29 TH - 30TH BOYS" COTTON T HIRTS BRIEFS Your PKG OF 3 FOR $1.75 Choice TEEN BOYS" CO TTON T-SHIRTS BRIEFS Your Choice PKG OF 3 FOR $2.50 LADIES" FLANNEL PAJAMAS $2.99 TEENS'NYLON LACE BIKINIS 2 for $1.00 MEN'S HOODED SWEATSHIRTS Reg. #6.77 Sizes S-M-L-A $4.99 GIRLS" NYLON STRETCH. KNEE SOX WITH DESIGNS 2 for $1.50 WOMEN'S SUMMER DRESSES Reduced up to 50% West Second St., However, area residents can reduce their chances of becoming a traffic statistic or a burglary victim by following a few common sense rules this Labor Day weekend: -Lock cars and store personal property out of sight. -Don't drive too far without rest. -A dark house or apartment attracts burglars. Leave a light on when you are gone. -Piled up newspapers also tip off burglars. Ask a neighbor or apartment manager to take in the papers. eeooooeoo • ee eo • • oooeo oeole oeoooeoeooooeoo ooeooaeeeeeeo • e • e : ; • • ! If you won't be getting a • sio this : pen n..eread ... : • • • • " Many people are not covered by a pension • program with their employer. " • : " If you're one of them, there is now a tax- : : deferred way for you to build toward your : . own retirement fund. e : With a Metropolitan Individual Retirement : • Program you can defer taxes each year : : on up to 15% of your income or $1,500, : e : whichever is less, by putting this income : . to work to help assure your future : : financial security. : A pension is nice to look forward to. But • : : if it's not in the cards for you, give me a . " call and rll show you what Metropolitan: • • • can do to take its place. • • : Hunter B. Beall, Jr. • o* 813 Grated Central Avenue • V,enna W Va 26105 • C f+ce: (304) 295-4561 Res+dence (304) 295-5353 : o • • • e ! Where future is n(wv : • • Metropolitan Life, New York, N,Y. i oeoeo•eooooeeeoeeeoeoooe••o•eeeo~oooaeoeeoeeeeooo•ee~ l i STORE HOURS Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - 9 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to I p.m. SEARS lEST PAlM ON SAH IXlrBIIOII iml IMERIOR i i iiii Phone 462-7939 - 462-8483 A u thorized CATALOG SALES MERCHANT OWNED AND OPERATED BY ]ANET DEAL ® A T YOUR H-P STORE IN WES TON HOURS 10 Til 9 Daily 12-6 Sunday MEN'S THERMAL UNDERWEAR Regular $2.59 2 for $4.00 GIRLS'ACETA TE PANTIES 4 for $1.00 GIRLS'NYLON STRETCH POL OS 2 for $1.50 TEENS" BLUE DENIM CLUTCH BAGS $1.00 HAND TOWELS Slightly Irreg. 2 for $1.50 DISH CLOTHS 10 for $1.00 SCOTCH WEAVE RUNNERS 30 x 90,-$1.99 3-PIECE POLYESTER BATH SETS $2.99 FURNITURE THROWS Sofa 70 x 120, Reg. $12.00 $8.99 Chair 70 x 90, Reg. $9.00 $6.99 CHARGE I BANKAUFJUCMO CANNON SHEETS Flat and Fitted Doubles Reg. $4.98 $2.99 Flat and Fitted Twins Reg. $4.48 $2.49 Reg. $1.79 each. Matching Pillow Cases Pkg of 2 for $2,00 BED PILLOWS ACRYLIC Reg. $3.98 2 for .00 BATH TOWELS Slightly Irregular to $2.98 in Firsts $1.00 I IIIIIII II [ II I I DOUBLE KNIT MATERIAL $1.47 TEEN GIRLS" SHEER NYL ON Knee-Hi's 2 for 65 cents I II IIIIIII III LADIES" NYLON SHEER PANTYHOSE 2 for $1.00 "Queen Size" 2 for $1.50 I I IIIL _ Weston. W.Va.