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September 15, 1977

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10 The Gienvflle Democrat/ Pathfinder September 15, 1977 .qllilIHm00 PIONEER STADIUM-This beautiful new facility, part of the Athletic Complex on Mineral Road, will be the home field for GSC's Pioneers this season. [Democrat Photo] ,eels for the Deaf and Blind open The West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind opened for its one hundred and seventh school year on August 22. 1977. The first year of operation began in 1870 when twenty-five hearing impaired end five visually impaired students enrolled on September 1. 1870. The projected enrollment for the 1977-78 school year is 170 hearing impaired and 90 visually impaired students. There is a Deaf-Blind Department located on the campus, and the projected enrollment for 1977-1978 is 15 students. The Schools for the Deaf and the Blind are operated under the Be Ready For Any Crisis! The Earth Stove Burns 14 hours on one load of wood or coal Thermostatically Controlled, Brick Lined & air tight for ultimate efficiency. Heats 4 to 6 rooms. Has Cook Top Converts To An Open Fire Fireplace conversion model available. Burns 2/ 3 less fuel than regular Wood and Coal Stoves. "Excellent For Heating Entire Mobile Home" "The Heat it With Wood Shop" 1 ml. past Watters Smith Memorial State Park off 1-79. 754-4082. We will not be under priced to any comparable wood or coal stove. ..... ..  Woge|l!d Cast In Cook Ranges guidelines set forth by the West Virginia State Board of Education The schools basically have the same standards as those of any elementary, junior high, o7, high school in the state. After graduating from high school, students from both schools may go to college, take additional vocational training, or seek employment that requires only a high school diploma. The Schools for the Deaf and the Blind are state supported. There is no cost for attending the school and any student having a hearing or a vision problem may apply for admission. Some students in the School for the Deaf are totally deaf, while others have varying degrees of usable hearing. Some students in the School for the Blind are totally blind, while others have earing degrees of usable vision. Although students reside at the school during the school year, there are scheduled homegoings throughout the school year. Mr. Jack Brady is Superintendent of the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind. Mr. Brady has responsibility for the total operation of both schools. The Schools for the Deaf and the Blind is located in Romney, West Virginia. Call 462-7309 to place YOUR adf . C00.eyourchilda life savng course on to me the phone. lt's good to know that your child is never alone in an emergency. Not tf you have phones and teach your child how to use them properly. Just take a few minutes and show your child where the emergency numbers are located in the front of the phone book. Better yet, write down certain emergency numbers and keep them near ur phones. For the fire deparnent, the police department, your ni!y dsor, and the operator . , ' at s right, the o.,rator. U a child becomes conrusea, or panic sire )ly dialing"O" can alert the operator, who knows how han 5le an emergency. If your child is preschool age and can't read, txint out where "0" is on the dial and how to dial it. The friendly., voice on the other end is a reassurance that someone wtll always be there. Just m case. Of course, also make sure your child knows never to play with phones, that they're not toys. Rather. they're a way to save time. And money, And even lives. Clip the coupon and send for our new free eolorfulbrx:hure that tellsyou how you can use your phmes for all they're worth. @ C&P liephone r-ff0000. ..... P.O. Box 4423, Baltimore, Md. 21223 Ii Plea=e =end me a free copy of "Ue Your Phone For All,It's Worth:' Ii (Please ptt dearly or type) I iNam I I Adr ly County Court News DEEDS RECORDED Buell S. and Roxie Bush to Brooks E. Bramer, Jr, and Bruce E. Bramer, Sr., 98 acres on the waters of Big Run of Big Cove Crcek. Lyda H. and Emerson Wadsworth Lingham to William Benjamin Wart- man III and Janet Corhish Wartman, a lot and building situate south of Court Street in Glenville. Allen H. and Dorothy Dianne Pritt to Arnold J. and Mary M. Smith, six lots in Camden Flats Addition Number 3 to the City of Glenville. Lonnie D. Garvin to John Paul and Doris M. Roberts, 2.62 acres on the waters of the Little Kanawha River a short distance above Mill Seat Run and along State Route 5. MARRIAGE RECORDS Edgar Allen Painter, 23, of Sissonville to Victoria Ann Welty, 20, of Fairmont. Married July 4 by Fr. Michael J. Rooney at Glenville. Kenneth Earl Summers, 19, at Grantsville to Deborah Dawn East- ridge, 26, of Grantsvllle. Married August 26 by Rev. Carroll McCauley at Pleasant Hill, Calhoun County Jerry Alan Burkhamer, 26 of Troy to Florence Carol Workman, 17, of Cox's Mills. Married September 3 by Rev. Rolland P. Clark at Sistersville. Victor Herbert Berry, 25. of Heaters to Crystal Kay Keith, 19, of Stouts Mills, Married September 2 by Rev. Clyde Gibson of Glenville, Rev. Crouch named Area Minister The Rev. James G. Crouch, Pastor of the Summersville Baptist Church since 1972, will begin work as Area Minister and Small Church Specialist for the West Virginia Baptist Convention beginning October 15. A tentative listing of the Associations he will be serving includes some area Associations. The list, as prepared by the Convention includes: Harrisville Association, Nicholas-Webster Association, Elk Valley Association. Little Kanawha Association and Hopewell Association. Rev. Crouch is a graduate of Marshall University and Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. FESTIVAL SALES Mrs. Fern Rollyson, President of the West Virginia Folk Festival. Incorporated, reports that shv and Evelyn Peters were able to sell 29 in merchandise from the Country Store at the Stonewall Jackson Heritage Arts and Crafts Jubilee held over the labor Day weekend at Jackson's Mill. " Wilson Rug Cleaners and Carpet Center Deep Steam or Shampoo .Carpet Cleaning. Also furniture cleaning. Largo selection carpet 15 and 12 foot widths, and vinyl floor covering. 4% off for Senior Citizens Every Wednesday Call for free estimates Phase Collect 269-1233 Weston, West Virginia SPECIAL: Accident occurs near Sand Two vehicles traveling East on State Route 5 near Sand Fork sideswiped as one attempted to get around the other at approximately 2:30 p.m. Sunday, September 4. according to a report by Corporal W.S. Haines of the Gilmer County Detachment of West Virginia State Police. A 1975 Chrysler driven by Virgil B. .Queen, 70. of Sand Fork caught the side of a 1974 by Stanley David Arnoldsburg, accident report. Damage to the estimated at $500. an estimated $200 in ueon was Haines with failure to under control. Jury finds area residents A Wood County Petit Jury, which deliberated less than four hours Wednesday, September 7. found in favor of the defendants in a civil action suit stemming from a January 21. 1975 accident on West VirRinia Secondary Route 7. the White Pine and Tanner Creek Road. The action was filed by Lyda P. Tabor, an admlntstratrix for the estate of the late George Tabor. who died as a result of injuries sustained when his pickup truck struck a truck parked along the Defendants were Cowen. who had been cement mixing truck: Gas Well Cementing owner: Allen Haught. second pickup which adjacent to the larger Eldon Haught. Warren Barry D. ht. dotn Haught Drillin8 second pickup. Telethon lists local pl The Glenvtlle Rotary Club sponsored the 1977 Jerry Lewis Telethon for Muscular Dystrophy during the Labor Day weekend. Rotary Club members accepted telephone pledges from 11:30 Sunday evening until 6:30 Monday evening. A total of seven hundred and forty five dollars was pledged during the nineteen hour period. Over 26 million dollars were pledged nationally. The first local pledge of the evening was from Rev. Jay Sister, a former Glenville resident, who now resides in Great Falls. Montana. Pledges received from Auburn include Tanya Hess and Dave Moors. Calling from the Burnsvtlle area were Judy Crutchfield and Chris Lavier. Jacid and Earl Thompson telephoned their pledges from Cedarvllle. while Ollie Huff and Dorothy Lang telephoned from Cox's Mills. Those calling from Grantsvtlle were Don Harris and John Propst. Dave and Jeannie Pierce were representative of the Letter Gap area. Pledgesfrom Gene Adkins, Russel Chico. Brian Collins. Jo James E. Collins. Deal. Brian Hack. Ken Construction Company, Jennifer Fox. Randy FI State College Christian Harder. Martin Hess, Tamm9 Hess, Caroline Iamisen. Richard Espy Miller, William Ramsay. Yvonne Tom Rockhold. Delmsr Ernie Smith. Epsllon Fraternity. John Wallace. Thurl Wilt, Wright. Francis Stump fron and Sherry Butch and from Rosedale their telephone ledges include Lewis Beth James. Harold Luzeder. Additional received from Suttor included Roger Green.' t Wanda Larch and One-vehicle accident on US A one-vehicle accident occurred on September S at approximately 11 p.m. on US 33-119 North of Glanville. according to an accident report made by the Gilmer County Detachment of West Virginia State Police. Corporal W.S. Haines was called to the scene of the accident and he reported that the vehicle involved was a 1977 Ford pickup truck driven by Mark J. Reynolds. 19. of Moundsville. Reynolds was accompanied in the Lockney is scene A 30-year-old Locknoy man was charged with failure " to yield rlght-of-way in an accident occurring at approximately 3:30 p.m.. Saturday, September 3 at the US 33-119 intersection with secondary route 39 near Lockney, according to reports at the Gilmar County Detachment of West Virginia State Police. Corporal V.S. Haines investigated the incident involving a 1977 Chevrolet truck by one 17, of Moundsville. driver sustained accordin to the The truck was the route toward WestO9  off the road and struck The damage at $8O0. Reynolds was cited have his vehicle under of driven by John BrookS Lockney and a 1974 by Marina Lynn Perkins. Mrs. Stewart was on 33-119 and Jones on the secondary failed to stop and Stewart truck in the No injuries were Rocky Fork Hazel ldat The. Hazel {Collins) Flint family held a Reunion at the Hazel Flint residence Saturday, September 3. There were eleven children in the family with ten of them and their families attending. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Collins: Mr. and Mrs. Terry Collins and Tlmmy: Mr. and Mrs. Towne Bookstore TRiNiTy by u.i00 Life GoEs To MoviEs ONt oN OSE TOLKIEN POSTERS by EaMA Bombclt Raymond Collins and Collins, Patty. Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie: Mr. and Mrs. and Tina: Mr. and fKathleen) Mlck. W Mr. and Mrs. john Mrs. Daniel BarleY; Dingey, John and Mrs. Rick Mr. and Mrs. Paula, Debby and Richard Collins, Brad, Brian and (Agnes) Heater. Jeffrey, Ricky, Mrs. 'Homer Loretta Daniel [Mildred] Regina. Some of the their famlles were due to work or One son, unable to attend. Visiting Mrs, nephew and his Lestar Lowther and a grandson, Mr. and Mrs. son Matt. elt ita'aet