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September 5, 1991

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Page 10--The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder--Thursday, September 5, 1991 "Rup" Stump of GlenviUe submitted this picture of Sunday gathering in Sand Fork in 1912 or 1913. The nine-passenger 1909 International imrvestor motor wagon is pictured in front of the home of Blanc Stump who is in the second scat wearing a straw hal Also pkuted (in third seat) are Merle Stump (i) who will be 100 years old on December 6 of this year and Jeari Stump, deceased. Stump, who resides at 208 Whiting Avenue would be interested in learning about any other individuals in the picture whom readers might identify. Irish Cuisine ! at the Derrick Cafe Derrick Lounge & Restaurant Thursday, September 5 Care - 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. I. L Room. 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. 9 E MJn SL, Gieflvllle -- To Go Orders Call 462.7752 St0ut's Hardware And Variety Glenville, Foodland Plaza, Telephone: 462-7622 Open Sunday 12 to 5 f I | I i Illl I Illl Illll Illl I | | | I Tru-Bond Heavy Duty Fibered I I Aluminum Roof Coating -- 5 gal. I ! 99 I I i I I Fibered Liquid Roof Coating -- 5 gal. 98 I I Heavy Duty Driveway Sealer -- 5 gal. =898 %----__________________________./ Sale Ends September 13 Nurse wins $500 scholarship Marion Culbertson of 124 Windsor Estates, Mineral Wells, is the recipient of a $500 schol- arship awarded by District #3 West Virginia Nurses Associa- tiort. The Scholarship was pre- sented to Mrs.. Culbertson by Mary Kibble, District President. Mrs. Culbertson is pursuing a Masters Degree in Nursing at West Virginia University. In ad- dition to her studies, Mrs. Culbertson is employed as the Director of Nursing at Calhoun General Hospital, Grantsville. Mrs. Culbertson noted that a Master's Degree in Nursing will enable her to assist nurses in an economically deprived county in WV to meet patient care needs. She also plans to contribute to professional journals by writing about innovative ways nurses in rural settings meet patient care needs in compliance with na- tional standards and in a cost ef- fective manner. She hopes that nurses in similar situations will benefit from these publications. Mrs. Culbertson also plans to address nursing and hea/th care issued with local, state, and na- tional legislators in an effort to impact health care delivery in the United States. Mrs. Culbertson is married and the mother of two children. An ounce of emotion is equal to a ton of facts. John Junor -- FARM BUREAU -- FARM FAMILY INSURANCE COMPANY Home. Farm. Auto Truck- Life. Health Disability- Pensions Annuities - IRAs Estate Planning Duane Poling, Agent P. O. Box20g Grantsville, WV 28147 354-6301 i i i anza 2-Brand New 1991 GT's in stock ready for immediate delivery 1991 Escort GT 2-DR Hatchback Cayman Green Clearcoat Metallic 1.8L DOHC 4-Cyl. Engine 5-Spd. Manual Transaxle Luxury Convenience Group Rear Window Defroster Manual Air Conditioner MSRP Before Discounts -- $13,504 Your Low Price with Rebate Applied Toward Purchase --$11,696 1991 Escort GT 2-DR Hatchback ht I.. DOHC 4-Cyl. Engine Automatic Transaxle Luxury Convenience Group Rear Window Defroster Premiun Sound System Manual Air Conditioner MSRP Before Discounts --$13,959 Your Low Price with Rebate Applied Toward Purchase --$11,978 Call today for speclal lease rates Bob Yoak Ford, Inc. 2 locations to serve you barfer:. Ellenbaro (I -800-BOB YOAK) (262-9625) Grantsville 354-9241 i Gilmer County schools scheduled for radon testing Gilmer County will be among 21 county school systems sched- tiled for testing from the West Virginia Bureau of Public Health in the second phase of a three- year project to test for radon in state schools. The program, funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), began last year with testing in schools in thir- teen counties. A total of 4,376 rooms were tests in 214 schools Of those, 906 (20.7%) rooms in 138 (64.5%) different schools were found to have levels ex- ceeding the EPA target limit. OEHS personnel have notified county school officials of the re- suits and have recommended methods for lowering unsatisfac- tory levels. Each county system is responsible to see that the work in financed and carried out. Schools in the remaining coun- ties will be tested in the 1992-93 school year. Radon is an invisiblc, odor- less and tasteless gas formed naturally underground when ura- nium and radium decay. Out- doors it quickly dilutes. But it can seep into buildings through cracks in the foundation and openings around pumps, pipes and drains and once indoors it can build to dangerous levels. The EPA now ranks radon be- hind smoking as the second leading cause of lung cancer. Fortunately, radon levels can usually be easily lowered by im- proving ventilation and sealing leaks and cracks. Joyc~$ M~flng Gilrner County Jaycees meeting Thursday evenings. 7:00 pro. at the City Hall. Food D~trlbufi~ Set There will be a Government Food Distribution 8:30 - 4:30 p,m at the Recreation Center. wttt~ut your yellow cord and there will be no cor~l Recreollon Center. on the clay before the distribution at Communih Old Fa~loned Welner Ikx=st and Covered | An Old Fosl~oned Weaner Roost and Covered Saturday. September 7, Butchers Fork at Tomai~a~ starting at 1:30 Iom. Bring weiners, buns table service and (non-alcoholic) beverage join in the fun. U.S. Small Business Meeting A U.S. ~'noll Bu~ness Administration Dnefing on and Economic Development in rural West Virginia, SeDtember 5 at 1030 a.m. in the Verona Student Center at Glen~lle State Federal Contracting Assistance l~ogroms will fit into Virginia For marl ext 123 Gilmer County Farm Show Ev4mls The Gilmer County Form S~ow w~ll run star~ng Tt'~'sOay, 8:00 a.m. until 7:00 Pm., pro. and Saturday. 930 a.m. unhl 200 p.m wflln At 2:3(] Din. on auction wll be held of donated tarml Fine Artists and Crafter= MeelV~ Public meet~g for all fine artists and crofters September 5, at 1:00 pm This will be 'Patchwork ~ ~ Glen" and History will be (;~ving crofters information Governo~s Otfice of Industnal and hove staff attending GC DA Meem g Gilmer County Industnad Thursday evening 700 p.m in the Verona Ox Roast The annual Ox Roast v,~ll be held at tin( Sotur(~3y. September 14. Serving time 5 p.m. HUO Remal Houdng Authol The HUD Rental Housing As. tonce Meeting September 16. 1991, Drompt~ at 10:30 am. at Courthouse. AioD4icants ~hoL~d bring birth numbers, vefifica~on of present income decrees. Residents v~o need held wth his or her rent landlord must be 13resent for the 1030 a m. meeting. tion. call the Housing Authority of JacKson C Make-it-with-wool contest to be held in Preston County The West Virginia Make-lt- Yourself-With-Wool contest will be held on September 27, at the Preston County 4-H Camp, which is located near,,Bruceton Mills, just off Route 48. This contest is sponsored by the Preston County Buckwheat Festival in Kingwood, the Kingwood Volunteer Fire De- partrnent, WV Department of Agriculture and the Preston County Wool Pool and the WV Shepherds Federation. The entry fee for the state is $5.00, and the national fee is $5.00, making the total $10.130. If a contestant wishes tO secure a sponsor for the contest, that sponsor could win a trip to Or- lando, Florida where the Na- tional contest will be held this year. They would travel along with the contestant. The sponsor fee is $25.00. The age categories are as fol- lows: Pre-teen (13 & under); Junior (14-17); Senior (18-24); Adult (over 24). The category you enter will be determined by your age as of December 31 pre- ceding the National Contest. There are some changes in this years local and national con- test. Machine knitting is being encouraged, so the word "Hand" has been taken out of the section on garments. Application may be secured by contacting the Preston County Extension Office, 109 West Main Street, Kingwood, WV 26537 or calling the office at 32%1391. Application forms must be returned to the Preston County Extension Office by September 9, 1991. Jones Reunion The Jones reunion w~ti De heid Sunday, SeDtember County Recreol~on Center Ernory, Jasper. Asa, Cather and Bolin Members of Emory, John B W L "Dock'. Jasper. Agnes Bolin and all reld~ves and friends Dtease Dicr~c tunch Come and sDer'~ the (:Jay and jo~fi fellowsh~O Matheny Reunion The des(: en dams of the late James and Sarah Queerf tn~r annuat reunion {;>q Sunday, September 8, at TroY church. There will De a covered dish at 1 pm table serwce and share w~t~ others Activi Parish Annual Countywide Picnic Gilmer County Coooerative Parish is sponsoring DiCntC for atl Methodist churches on 3unday, The parish w~lt furnish hOt dO~ drink, table ser~ce and a covered dish Bring ment if you wish Vespers ~tl be led by Rev alty Day RolIy Day actuaries at Tr~ity United Methodist worst~q~ serwce led by The King's Kids [puppeteers) fl Sunday. September 8. A covered dish w~ll fOllOW the service, Join us for worsh~ at ]0:55 o n~.' for the I~cr~c Yard and Bake Sale The Glenville Community Church w111 De having a September 7, 9 to 2 pm at Foodland Plaza Chestnut Grove The Chesthut Grove ~D~ Church (located off Rood) will have Sundo~ Clifford Sores. baster, Preoc~g evening at 700 Pm Spores Galore! Sept The West Virginia Division of Tourism and Parks is sponsor- ing Spores Galore!, September 13-14, at Blackwater Falls State Park. Activities and programs for this event are designed to in- traduce the world of mushrooms and ferns. Included are evening pro- grams on the mushroom king- dom, edible and poisonous mushrooms and ferns. Also in- cluded are where a and ferns arc trips will leaders. For tions, Park offers a vacation be in effect ing in the lod Year-end special buys on remaining stock of Push & Mowers! Don't Wait! Call or stop in will We Service What We Sell 462-5631 315 W. Main St.,