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i! i 10 The Glenvme Democrat/ Patlffinder September 30. 1976 Crafts CenterFeatures GSC art professor Micky Mickey Mantle to be Parade Marshall at F Mickey Mantle, former New York held Oct. 8 after a day of horse pulling A with watercolors. You must carefully plan each work, the medium demands concentration and technical control. This is why the student taking the class should feel comfortable in the medium and have control of it," Rogers explained. Two other workshops will also be taught at the Crafts Center during this week, Weaving in Miniature and Stained Glass. In October the center will offer classes in Block Printing, Tapestry Weaving, Chair Caning, Overshot Weaving, Embroidery, Intermediate Quilting and Basketry. For additional information about these and future classes contact the Crafts Center, Cedar Lakes Con- ference Center, Ripley, West Virginia 25271 (372-6263). Yankee slugger, will serve as the Honorary Parade Marshall for the Mountain State Forest Festival parade to be held in Elkins on Saturday, October 9. The Festival runs October 3 to 10. From 1951 to 1968 Mantle established himself as one of baseball's all time power hitters. He was the leading home run hitter for four seasons in the American League and the Most Valuable player on three occasions. West Virginia's largest festival is now in its 4Oth year. The event will feature the coronation of Queen Sylvia XXXX by Gay. Arch A. Moore. Two showings of the Grand ale Opry will be contests, tobacco spitting, and a take vil Fairmont State College Band concert, mountd On October 9. activities include chain last day saw competition, woodchopping and ElkinsSl saw contests, fly casting, muzzel- visitors t loading rifle shoot, cross-country ing to distance run and a demonstration of then the Elizabethian sport of tournament After a riding by the Knights of the South arrives Branch Valley. town ( A number of exhibits will be open lumberil during the week, and square dancing its way or band concerts will be held each mountai night. The Firemen's Parade will Falls of f highlight Friday night's activities. The Elkins sl Cass Scenic Railway will have hourly more i runs on their famed Shay steam Marylaa locomotive. 26241. SHARING SKILLS-Jim Rogers, an experienced artist and assistant professor of art at Glenvme State College will teach an advanced watercolors class at the Cedar Lakes Crafts Center Sept. 27.Oct. I. Artist Jim Rogers, assistant professor of art at Glenville State College, will instruct an Advanced Watercolors workshop for the Crafts Center at Cedar Lakes near Ripley, West Virginia. Sponsored by the West Virginia Department of Education, the class will be con- ducted the week of September 27th- October 1st, 1976. Rogers advises artists, "The emphasis for this advanced class will be to broaden the student's knowledge and capabilities in the watercolor medium. Good drawing and format structure will be highlighted as well as individual experimentation with new tools and techniques for watercolors." I 'rl I ..... IIII A native of Nicholas County, Rogers previously taught at Alderson-Broaddus College in Philippi. He has a masters of fine arts degree in painting and printing from Wichita State University in Kansas and holds a masters of arts from West Virginia University. Rogers' work has been shown in Huntington's 280 Exhibition, with Allied Artists in Charleston, and the Three Rivers Art Exhibition in Pittsburgh. His work appears in private collections in 11 states as well as in the permanent collections of the Huntington Galleries, West Virginia University, and Wichita State University. "It really takes an artist to work II II II I II FOR MY MONEY IT'S KANAWHA UNION 1 BANK You'll find the people at our Bank are experts in financial adv.ice. If you're interested in a Savings Plan, a Check- ing Account or a Home Improvement Loan, visit us. And, when you run into a financial problem, we will give you extra help. Free Parking Facilities for Customers Kanawha Union Bank Glenville Mayors Home Decorating Center 234 Main Ave.-Weston, W.Va. Carpet No-Wax Vinyl Flooring Wall Coverings Paint Kitsch Drapery Rods Custom Draperies and Bed Spreads Natural Slate Flooring I ProfessiolmI-Carpef Cleaning ] Large Selectit of Floor Coverings Now in Stock - Reasonable Prices I Expert hmtallation ] Meyers Home Decorating Center Phone 269-1238 I Rabies epidemic strikes Europe A British court recently sentenced a New York woman to three months in prison for trying to bring two pet dogs into England. This uncharacteristic behavior in a nation known for its traditional love of dogs stems from fear that an international rabies epidemic is about to invade the British Isles. The disease, fatal to humans and animals alike, has been kept in check in the United States and Britian0 but is increasing in much of the world, the National Geographic Society reports. Bitten by Cow Mention of rabies conjures up visions of a slavering, snaring, twitching "mad dog." Throughout history, dogs have been the most obvious agents in transmitting the disease because of their close association with humans. Earlier this year, Tanzania disclosed that 25 people had died in four months after being bitten by rabid dogs. But wherever animal quarantine laws are enforced, control of dog m "re|atively easy. The problem is that any warm-blooded mammal can become infected and transmit rabies. A veterinarian in California was bitten by a rabid cow a few years ago, and had to take a painful series of 21 anti-rabies shots. Though pets and other domesti- cated animals can be inoculated, the disease may till be spread by wild animals. The epidemic that has alarmed Britain began in Poland in 1939 and has slowly marched across Europe. By 1950, it was in Germany. The World Health Organization says it has been advancing through France on a 700-mile-wide front at a rate of about 25 miles a year, spread mainly by Insect pests fear praying mantis Few creatures are as popular with gardeners and farmers as that insect Jack the Ripper known as the praying mantis. Harmless to humans, young mantises become deadly predators that dine on aphids and leaf hoppers. As adults they polish off pests like flies, boll weevils, grasshoppers, locusts, crickets, wasps, and even beeries. Not even relatives escape. The female' often devours the male after mating. Sold Commercially Its deadly reputation has brought new popularity to the praying mantis. A number of cvmpanies do a brisk business selling the insect's eggs to gardeners as nature's answer to pesticides. The creature got its name from the prayerful posture it assumes while awaiting or stalking victims. "Preying" better describes its habits, the National Geographic Society says. Powerful long forelegs armed with cruel spines seize victims in a llghtning-swift grab. The legs fold like the blades of a jackknife to allow a leisurely, comfortable meal. An after dinner cleaning ritual may take as long as 15 minutes. Mantises do a thorough job, cleaning each leg in turn with the mouth, polishing the face with forelegs, even running the antennae through the jaws. Then they're ready for the next feast. Long antennae probably serve as smell and hearing aids.The insect sees through two bulging compound eyes with several hundred tiny facets, each receiving light from a small fraction of the field of vision. Mantises have no voice and lack real ears. Their long bodies, ambling gait, and bony "armor" suggest a prehistoric reptile in miniature. Stagger When Hunting Related to grasshoppers, mantises are true insects, having six legs. Unlike their muscular forelegs, the walking limbs are long and slender, and propel the insects in a slow ungainly fashion on hunting trips. The mantis often is content to wait patiently in a strategic spot for its prey. In either case, the vicious forelegs are raised and ready to strike. Other insects often accept the mantis as one of them, until it's too late to escape. The l00vorite by Chris Mott Oatmeal Cake: A Notable In the made- from- scratch category, oatmeal cake wins the popularity contest for "take-along" favorite. It's a crowd-pleaser whenever it goes to a picnic, potluck, or party. This updated recipe for oat- meal cake includes the natural flavors of whole grains, com- plemented by the natural ..sweetencr, unsulphured mvlasses. OATMEAL CAKE 1/2 cup butter or margarine I cup rolled oats 1 cup boiling water 1 cup granulated sugar 2/3 cup unsulphured molasses 2 eggs 1 tap. vanilla ] cup all-purpose flour 1/2 cup whole wheat flour 1 tsp. baking soda Itsp. baking powder 1/2 tsp. salt 2 tsp. cinnamon Pour boiling water over oats, and butter or margarine in a large bowl; cool to lukewarm. Combine sugar, molasses, eggs, and vanilla. Add dry in- gredients and the oatmeal mixture. Beat until smooth. Bake at 350F. for 35 min- utes in a greased and floured 9x 13-inch pan. While cake bakes, make topping: 2 tbs. butter or margarine I/2 cup granulated sugar 2 tbs. unsulphured molasses I/2 cup chopped nuts 2 tbs. milk I tsp. vanilla I cup coconut, optional Heat topng over low heat until it can be spread on the hot cake. Then place under broiler for 2-3 minutes. foxes, and is within a few miles of Paris. France has counterattacked by offering bounties for killing foxes, but the British still fear the epidemic will reach the Channel ports. Killed Many Pets In 1969, when the first case of a rabid dog in more than 50 years was reported in Britain, the government ordered the killing of hundreds of pets and farm animals within a 12-mile ramus at where the dog was found, and banned imports of cats, dogs, and other felines and canines for two years. Today, animals brought into the country must spend six months in quarantine and are given inoculations, whether or not they have been inoculated abroad. People who have tried to avoid this separation by smuggling their pets Deceit often serves a dual purpose. It protects the mantis against its enemies as well as helping it ambush a meal. Pursued in turn by larger insect eaters like birds and lizards, the mantis avoids detection by clever disguise, blending perfectly with tree or leaf to avoid capture. Tropical species far outdo their northern relatives at the art of camouflage. In the jungle of Malaysia, one is so delicately beautiful and so perfectly matched to the flower it frequents that a local legend says the mantis isn't really an insect at all, but a flower come to life. Life for.mantises in norri,rn climes normairy'n  the Sal!,-Re autumn progresses, they grow drowsy. lose appetite and die, Through winter's cold the future of the genus rests with the countless egg cases scattered throughout the countryside and awaiting rebirth in the spring. into to $1,000 ! In people shots, bats or raccoons work. A June 8 six week' given the Only where t con :re c disease. I N I immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm! T. V. SERVIC k Coupon Good tor $2. 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I m FARM EQ,, I 430 Case tractor with side mower; 2z side rake; Hay conveyor [with motor]; i plow; 5 pt. cultivator; App. 1100 bal | LIVESTOCK m , Angus bull; 18 [mostly Angus] cowS. i heifers; Several head chickens. ! TERMS O SALE: CA AVCnONmm, CLARK m NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR A t ADMINISTRATOR: JERRY mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmJ