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r¸- 12 The Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder STROUT REALTY, INC. Mt. Earnest W.S.C.S. meets Cancer Drive 66M • . 99 y Hope is Budt. Sue read Devotional leader, Mary Bur- to collect for the drive. Youref- ,4, 650--HIGHWAY the scripture, 39th Chapter of ton. forts paid off! " It: STOREFRONI"O Jn corner location, for ' r " I' eporting free gas privileges, this_ Psalms and the Lord's Prayer Those present were: Shada Also we d like to offer our solid 1600 square foot store offers an was prayed in unison. Radcliff, Ada Radcliff, Mavis ~i II freshstertf°rtheentrepreneur--°nlyll Mary Burton led the lesson Cole, Mildred Radcliff, Amy Glenville Junior Wo n˘ program, entitled "So Many Smith, Fluence Matthews, . 'r~! Strout Store has grocery stores, had a reading in unison. Then Radcliff, Mrs. Bessie Reed, the Glenville Junior Women sVii taverns, gas stations, and much morel Hungry People." The group Joyce DeBoer, Margaret The first 1979-80 meeting of Se l am the basls of all wealth, the hedtage of the wise, the thrifty and theWHO AM l? wereS°me°fthe°thersread'TheYAda Marie Flaherty, Sue Hinter, Club was held at 7:30 on $5 Radcliff, Mildred Betty Robinson, Thelma September 6, at the home of sp prudent. .l am the poor man's joy and comfort, the rich man's prize, the right hand Radcliff, Shada Radcliff, Mavis Radcliff, Mary Burton. Visitors Holli Hardman. Those of.capital and the silent partner of many thousands of successfufpeople. Cole, Thelma Radcliff, Mariewere Angels Hinter and Deb- members present were: Glen-i 0c "l grow and lncrease ln value through countless days. Thoughlseamdor. Flaherty, Amy Smith and bie Cole. da Martz (President), Holli mant, my worth Increases, never falling, never ceasing. Time is my aid and .population heaps up my gain. Fire and the elements I defy, for they cannot Margaret Radcliff. A general va! Oestroy we. Hardman, Sharon Minney, V-' My possessors learn to believe in me; Invariably they become envied, discussion followed the Mavis Cole served deliciousBarb Davisson, Terri lesson that was very enlighten, refreshments to those present. Foglesong, Nadine Simons, IncreaslngWhlle all things wlther and decay' l survive" The centurles flnd me y°unger'in my strength, ing. Mrs. Amy Smith drew the door Marilyn Dennison and Reta I am the foundation of Banks, the producer of food and the basis of all The business meeting was prize. wealth throughout the world, Kight. for byTetlamlmc°mmOclUtet_ and unknowing pass me called to order by Thelma Reporter Radcliff, our president. The old Margaret Radcliff Two new members will be initiated at a later date: Janis Owen and Vicky Kirkpatrick. low.., try the DRILLING Phone 462-8657 CLEANING OUT Tanner, WV The Mt. Earnest Women business was taken care of The Gilmer County Unit of Society of Christian Service and then on to the new. The of- the American Cancer Society met for their regular monthly ficers for the coming year were has completed a very suc- meeting September 4, at 7 p.m. elected. Some changes were cessful drive with a grand total waS. in the church basement, made and they are as follows: raised of $3,038.09. Our goal The meeting was brought to President, Margaret Radcliff; for 1979 was $2,593.00. to order by the President Thelma Vice-president, Fluence Mat- We'd like to take this oppor- Radcliff. thews; Secretary, Sue Hinter; tunity to offer our most sincere tio t Sue Hinter was in charge of Treasurer, Shada Radcliff; thanks to all those who the devotions. The group sang Reporter, Mildred Radcliff and donated their time and energy the recipient must have a high academic average, be active in campus and community ac- tivities, and have written a 300 word essay entitled, "Why I Want to Become a Business Education Instructor." Glenville resident receives Several new officers were appointed for the 1979-80 year." Corresponding secretary, Barb hip Davisson; Recording business scholars secretary, Terri Foglesong and Treasurer, Reta Kight. Commit- Beverly Hamric, a senior West Virginia is included in tee chairmen were also ap- Business Education major at the Southern region of the pointed. Glenville State College, has NBEA. The region consists of A discussion was held con- been awarded the 1979 the area from Florida to cerning upcoming events. academic scholarship in Virginia. Each state is eligible Business Education fromthe for only one scholarship but Southern region of the Na- not Jennings--Duelley - always awarded. tional Business Education Miss Hamric serves as a Association. secretarial assistant to the Fifty people attended the Division of Business at Glen- Jennings--Duelley Family reu- Miss Hamric, the first from ville State College. In addition, nion on Sunday, September 2, Glenville State College, will be she is currently the president at the Lions Park in LaGrange, representing the state of West of the Delta Zeta Sorority, Ohio. Virginia at the SBEA con- member of Phi Beta Business Those in attendance were: ference in Birmingham, Fraternity, past president of Ray and Cotha(Duelley)Cunn- Alabama, November 20-24. Panhellenic Council, past During this ingham, Oberlin, Ohio; John conference she secretary and treasurer of Stu- and Mary Snider, Parkersburg; will be recognized at a banquet dent Congress, treasurer of Gary and Nancy Snider, Mary and presented with a check to Order of Diana, member of Beth and Mark, Grafton, Ohio; help her further her academic Academic Affairs Committee, David and Shirley Snider, Rob- pursuits, member of Activities Commit-bie, Matt and Kim, Elyria, Ohio; To be eligible for this award tee, named to "Who's Who Russell and Hope Duelley and Among American Colleges and Universities," and also named to "America's Outstan- ding Names and Faces." She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hamric of 103 North Lewis Street, Glenville. Stouts Mills woman graduates from sales school Carl, Letter Gap; Steve and Becky Duelley and Jenny, Wellington, Ohio; Dayton and. Lenora Duelley, LaGrange, Ohio; Donald and Nancy Duelley, Danny, Caren and Elizabeth, Medina, Ohio; Steve and Barb-Kubit, Cleveland, Ohio; Dean Duelley, LaGrange, Ohio; Melvin and Joan Dob:. bins, Annette and Mel, Oberlin, Mrs. Donna Jean Hickrnan, a advertisement appearing sales representative for Corn- the Democrat-Pathfinder. She resides with her hue- Joe, Oberlin, Ohio; David and band Delmas, at Stouts Mills. ASCS SAYS TEST SOIL NOW John W. Hall, Executive Director of the Gilmer County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service (ASCS), advises farmers, who plan to apply lime and/or fertilizer next Spring, to test their soil now while the ground is not frozen. By testing now, they will learn just what and how much is needed and not be caught in the rush of last minute testing during the Spring. Free soil test kits and in- structions for their use are available at the ASCS Office. There is no charge for having your soil tested. For government cost- sharing, a soil test which is less than two years old is re- quired. Requests for cost- sharing are still being ac- cepted under the 1979 Agricultural Conservation Pro- gram (ACP). For more informa- tion on the ACP, call 462.7171 or stop in at the ASCS Office, located in the Post Office Building in Glenville. little coat-BIG RESULTS for as llttlo a= a 11.50 pw week when • you uso tho DEMOCRAT- PATHFINDER CLASSIFIEI~. To 0 place yours just call 46~-7309. Ohio; Karen Dobbins, Elyria, Ohio; Mike and Joanne Dob- in bins, Bellville, Michigan; Elvin and Annalee Dobbins, Tim and ROBEY SPENCER WV Sept. 20 --Sept. 26th TWO SHOWINGS FRIDAY b SATURi 7.'00 9" 0 James M. Rose. 0w"er III i II 1 I II NEW HOURS 8:15 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday Except Wed and Sat 9 to I p.m. CHRISTMAS CATALOGS HAVE ARRIVED Phone 462-7374 Authorized Sales Merchant Owned and Operated by Janet Deal ...... i bined Insurance Company of - ..... :,: ...................................................... ...... America, recently graduated from an extensive training We would like to express our sincere and heartfelt IHhanks to all of those who shared their many expressions of kindm) and sympathy to our father and our family during his hospital com -tement and death. Your prayers, visit=, lettem, cards, phone calls, flowers, to the cancer fund in his honor, those who brought food and of cormern are deeply ap- weciated. We to extend persona our thanks to Rev. Whipkey, pamr of the Upper His United Methodist Church, the ladies of the Church, the the quartet from Calhoun County, Mrs. ( rret/(pimd for the quortot), Roy. end am. Jan Owen for bomdiful music, and the Sl rOoon Moo,. tuery and their staff for their professional services. course held in the corpora- tion's regional headquarters in Charleston. Earl A. Forte, senior vice president, accident and health sales for Combined said, "as a result of the specialized train. ing course in disability in- surance, Mrs. Hickman can look forward to a promising career at Combined. Our uni- que training program is based on the Positive Mental Attitude (PMA) philosophy and ex- perience of its founder and chairman, W. Clement Stone." Mrs. Hickman was hired as a !;ii representative through an If your clunker is about ready to be junked, come to us. WHEN A HEARING AID WILL HELP The W.J. Radcliff family MAIN LOBBY Mon.. Tues.. Thurs.. Fri. - 9:00 to 2:00 Wed., Sat.--9:00 to 12:OO t Friday " Our car loans are as easy as pie. EQUAL HOUSlNC I)RIVE-IN WINDOW AND ~% AI.K-UP HOURS Mon Ihru 'thurs.--8:30 to 4:30 O Friday--8:30 to 6:00 Saturday--8:30 to 12:00 101 E. Main Street Glenville, WV 26351 Phone 462-7341 H EARl NG TEST SET FOR GLENVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA Electronic hearing test will be given at the Conrad Hotel in Glenville each third Wednes- day of the month from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. by Mr. Kemper Hyre, Hearing Aid Specialist. BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICE 422 B.W. Pike St. WV 26301