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Z The Gleuvflle Democrat/Pathfinder Keep good relations The small-town environment of Glenville has fostered a relationship between local citizens and Glenville State College which many residents of larger college towns would envy. The college is a much more integerated part of Glenville than colleges are in many bigger communities. The college opens its doors to Glenville for many purposes. The library, gymnasium and swimming pool are available for use by the public and several cultural programs are also open to the public. When the construction of the new tennis courts are completed, Glenville residents will realize another benefit from the college. A good town and college relationship benefits all parties. As the Search and Screening committee seeks a successor to GSC President D. Banks Wflburn, we hope they will consider a man or woman who will maintain a similar relationship. =========================================================================================== Bye-bye Butz To the Editor: I heard a most interesting political speech last week. Presidential candidate Jimmy Carter, speaking to farmers, spoke on President Ford's failures to come to the aid of the hard-pressed farmers and dairymen. He also spoke of the ineptitude of the Secretary ot Agriculture and promised ff elected to kick their Butz out. Maybe that's what is needed. Well, now! Ferrell Kennedy Normantown, W.Va. Household hints ! by Ruby Holland, ExTelqsion AgeNt Make your own flavored coffee Have you looked at the little boxes of imported, specialty flavoret coffee and wished they were not so expensive? You can make your own specialty. Blend your own coffee favorites, adding one or more of the following ingredients to a freeze dried or instant coffee: brown sugar, semi-sweet chocolate pieces, crushed peppermint candy, slivered candied orange peel, non-fat dry milk or ground cinnamon, allspice or cloves. Sift the dzT Ingredients together and store them in a tightly sealed container. Then the next time you take a break, just add water to a few tablespoons of dry mix. Experiment with amounts until you get just the flavor to suit your then sip flavored coffee at your mid-morning break. CALENDAR thurs, sept. 23 v A blood pressure and diabolic screening clinic will be held by the Gilmer County Health department at the Gilmer County Medical Center on Mineral Road. The clinic will be held from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and loom 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. A nutritionist will be available for vonsulation. The public is invited. GARDEN ODDITIES .- The stalks of corn mounted on a telephone pole outside Gilmer Graphics' office caught the eyes of many passersby this week. Lester Nutter of Camden Flats put the first stalk up. He said it was 13 ft. 6 in. tall. Vernon Kerns (pictured above) wasn't im- pressed as he brought over a stalk that was a foot and a half taller. Kerns, an elementary education major at Glenvllle State College grew the corn as part of an experiment he is conducting to increase the protein in corn. (Democrat photo) mon, sept. 27 There will be a gospel meeting at the Olenville Church of Christ Sept. 27 through October 3 at 7:30 each evening. The evangelist will be Lewis Mikell of Gallipolis, Ohio. Rev. Don Matthews, an evangelist from Oakland, Md., will hold a revival at the Pleasant Valley Church on Bear Fork from Sept. 27 to Oct. 3 at 7:30 p.m. every night. University Women will meet at 7 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of Trinity United Methodist Church. All area women holding .... a baccalaureate or higher degree are invited to attend. thurs, sept. 30 The Red Cross bloodmobile will receive donations from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Pioneer Ballroom on the Glenville State Cqllege Campus. Sponsors hope to have at least 50 donors in order to maintain Red Cross blood coverage for Gilmer County citizens. sat, oct. 2 The Woman's Club of Glenville will hold a rummage sale in the Town HaLl from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. If you'd like to have some items picked up call 462-8847 or bring them to Town Hall on Friday afternoon, October l. Dessle M. Wolfe was the lucky winner of an electric clock when her name was drawn at the Sears store during the sixth week of the Festival of Values. Janet Deal, store manager (left) presented the prize. wed, sept. 29 The Glenvllle branch of the American Association of The Plauger Family will present a gospel sing at Hyers Run Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m. Bob Radabaugh was the lucky winner of an electric Jron when his name was drawn at Glenvme Ford during the sixth Week of the Festival of Values. Jack Chapman (right) preented the iron. (Democrat photo by Ann Moss). & GARDEN ODDITIES--These two three-pound by Velma Sholes on Owens Run. (Democrat i HOT CAR -- Residents along College St. heard truck go by again Tuesday, Sept. 14 but responding to a disastrous fire like the one they Wlseman home a few days earlier. The firemen fire in a car driven by Bobby Kirkpatrick, a student. On Monday, Sept. 20 the fire department grease fire on a stove at the Willard Furr Drive. The fire was Just about out when the (Democrat photo). Rhoda Gross of Glenvllle was the lucky lamp when her name was drawn at Town sixth week of the Festival of Values. Mrs. phil Book Store (right) presented the lamp. Rick Barnett of Camden accepted an electriC' Ruth from Betty Hamric of Hamrlc's Jewelry week of The Festival of Values.