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~!i i~ October 2. 1975 'liu' ~,h:u~ ;lh: lh.m.cral/P:ahfinder 9 J t ~'Jlweinfurth, Rotary District governor, are GlenvUle Rotarians [I-r] Dr. Byron Turner, Tom Dr. Schweinfurth. [}elmer K. Somerville. Rotary president: Dr. Epsy Miller, E.H. Smith. and of was Rotary September of History Schweinfurth of the greatest POtentials for He of Rotary interne- service and club service. He also cited the more than three-quarters of a million men in 151 lands who belong to the 16.000 Rotary Clubs whose motto, "'Service Above Self.'" should prompt club members to a greater effort towards "'Building brid~es o1 knowledge and understanding among peoples of different nations." He also congratulated the local club on its 5Oth anniversary and reminded local members they will be awarded a Citation of Merit for their supervision of the local Jerry Lewis Telethon for Muscular Dystrophy, Dr. Schweinfurth also reminded local Rotarians to plan for Rotary Foundation Week [November 9-15}. Dr. D. Bank.~ ~Ailt)urn. presiden| ,d Glenville State College. is a district beard member for Rotary Foundation. Delmer K. Somerville is president of Glenville Rotary. It was also announced that the local club is preparing for their Golden Anniversary Ball to be held November YOUR SANITARIAN SAYS: BY DENNIS FITZPATRICK Gilrnar County Sanitarian The West Virginia Department of Health believes that septic systems are very important. Are you planning to build a new home? Did you include an approved septic system in your plans, if you cannot be served by a public sewage system? If you are building or plan to build contact me at the Department of Health. 462-7961.1 can keep you out of "'hot water" and sewage problems. Invariably when an owner or builder constructs a septic system without proper information, that system will most likely not function Miss Patrici;t Fryrni(;r. daughter f)l Mr. and Mrs. Ilub(;r) Frvmi(;r of Tanner. and L.arrv (;arls())). s,n ()t Mr and Mrs. Robert Carlson ot (;;mton, O. were united in a double rin~4 ceremony on August 23 in Tanner United Methodist Church. Rev. Ronzel Roberts. pastor of the Little Kanawha Independent Church united the couple. The bride wore a floor-length gown and veil and carried a bridal bouquet of daisies and baby breath. The groom was attired in a white tuxedo. Kathy Moyers of Glenville served as maid of honor. Tom Mayfield of Kentucky was best man. Carl Faldon and Curtie Carlson were ushers. Susan Williams was pianist. Joyce Frymier, sister of the bride, registered guests. Immediately following the wedd- ing. a reception was held in the Tanner School lunch room. Judy Radcliff, Janet Sheets and Phyllis Sabo, all sisters of the bride, served. properly. When this occurs, comp- plaints are received and I am obligated l to require alterations be made to the system to conform to specifications under the West Virginia State Code. ] This requirement is to insure your protection. All effluent from the bathroom, kitchen, and laundry must be handled by your septic system, Words of caution to builders of homes on exceptionally small lots: it is most probably that these lots are to: " small to install a septic system. All lots deeded after July I, lg70 must contain 20.000 square feet or more. {Example lot size 100' x 200' = 20,000 square feet}. Two or more lots on the same farm make a subdivision and therefore the septic system must meet the subdivision regulations. I would like to repeat, if you have any questions about your septic system please feel free to contact me. I am in my office at the Medical Center. bottom level, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.. Monday thru Friday. The ~rocJm's parents hosted a rehear,~al dinrmr on Friday evening at McCoys Restaurant at Smithville. The bride graduated from Gilmer County HS. and was employed during the summer by Community Action As- sociation. The groom is employed at Milligan Steel in Canton, O., where the couple will reside. GARTON REAL ESTATE INC. BROKER Serwng The Real Estate Needs of Gilmer, Lewis, Braxton, Upshur, and Harrison Counties. Phone 269 1527 421 MAIN AVE. WESTON, WV 26452 Myers Pumps Sales & Service HILLING ILIL Tearer, W. Va. ~o IIIII - ( eSpeed Q. Gibson Zenith Washers Refrigerators Televisions See the Zenith Color Sets on display. We install and service all sales. RHOADES PLUMBING FURNITURE 15 Powell St. Glenville Phone 462-7355 WE SERVICE ONL Y WHAT WE SELL Service l~prove and re.all service Glenville the U.S Postal :ram at the Other offices e marl may have ram is a and which to resolve. Program Benjamin that mail will be efficient, as "'Good service is a far broader concept than iust fast mail handling, as important as that is." the Postmaster General says. "'It is also built on employee courtesy, our responsiveness to customer needs, the sympathy and understanding we bring to your own expectations of what good postal service is all about." Postmaster Wolfe urged custom- ers in Glenville to bring their inquiries and complaints to the attent~ of po~ m~n~ge~,s. ,~d if people"feel their problems have not been properly handled, the Postmaster said. they shoud see him personally. To make it easier for a customer to make a suggestion or complaint about postal service, the new consumer service card will be available from letter carriers and at post offices. Poets have PeOple know: is the best of earth. Hemisphere 23 at Time. earth moves neither and for directly National two spring day and term words gradually in the after the earth moves half away from take on is heavy, traces a the Wolfe. quick as or so the fla re wrote COuld listen of the Well as the "raspin" of the tangled leaves as golden as the morn." Helen Hunt Jackson, the California novelist and poet. added blue to Autumn's palette: "O suns and skies and clouds of June./ And flowers of June together./Ye cannot rival for one hour/October's bright blue weather." Woods Cry Color In New England's hills. Edna St. Vincent Millay admired the woods. "that ache and sag/ And all but cry with colour!" and Bliss Carman. recalling the fall glory of his native New Brunswick, sagin: "The scarlet of the maples can shake me/like a cry/ Of bugles going by." To William Allingham "the trees are Indian princes,' while James Russell Lowell found "the swamp-oak, with his royal purple on... looks like a sachem, in red blanket wrapt." Autumn is a time of activity as well as color. In the country, farmers are busy with the fall harvest. Some even work at night under the glare of floodlights. Squash and pumpkins. apples and cider splash color on roadside stands. The season becomes a time and place apart. "It is the place of howling winds.., the hard, clean falling to the earth of acorsn., the opulence of enormous pumpkins that yellow on hardclotted earth." However. not all people are carried away by autumn. William Cullen Bryant had this greeting for the season: "The melancholy days are come, the saddest of the year." OCTOBER 3 , OCTOBER 4 mous Jim Carr Rhythm Masters Craigsville 19 South Cr0d0r offered 5y emml Ili//s College scholarships from $500 to $5,000 are available to high school seniors through the Betty Crocker Search for Leadership in Family Living. Invitations to enroll in the program have been mailed to high schools across the nation. Schools new to the px.Ogr~ m ' m;i~"w~'tfe' t h~ l~tt'y~t'o~ker Search. PO. Box 113. Minneapolis. Minn. 55440. for information. .Enrollment deadline is October 31. School winners are acknowledged with special awards and their examinations are entered in state competition. Each state winner will receive a $1.500 college scholarship and each state second-place winner will receive a $500 grant. State winners also earn for their school a 2e-volume reference work, "The Annals of America," from Encyclopedia Britannica Educational Corporation. State winners, each accompanied by a faculty advisor, will be the guests of General Mills next spring on an expense paid tour of Washington, DC.A special event of the tour is announcement of the All-American Family Leader of Tomorrow. who's scholarship is increased to $5,000. Second, third and fourth place national winners receive scholarship increases to $4,000. $3,000 and $2.000 respectively. The Betty Crocker Search is on the advisory list of the National Associationof Secondary School Principals. OPBIm; SON "" IIE SELECT FABRICS FITTINGS ~ ALTERATIONS Custom Designed Apparetl Grantsville, WV 354-7270 OWNER, TVVlLA J. WHIPKEY II I I - The Health of Our County - By Dr. Tom Gross Gilmer County Health Officer Many parents are faced with determining which of their children's rashes are "'catchy" or not. In many instances, rashes are easily transmitt- ed to other children~ ~iica-~ tion for effective treatment. O~"ther~ cases are not serious and do not need prompt, medical attention. If a child develops a rash over a large areas and it persists, later forming a crust and becoming weepy. it may be that he has impetigo or scabies and needs immediate medical treatment. Also of a serious nature are rashes such as measles, chicken pox and other diseases. If you suspect that your child is suffering from one of these skin rashes, or is suffering any of the symptoms mentioned above, it is advisable to keep him at home and out of school. It is strongly advised that parents call the school n~tree and health department {462-7961} and notify them of the child's illness. IIHIII I I I Your Home Improvements Storm Doors, aluminum or white finish with Safety Glass Storm Windows, alurr~num or white finish. Awnings, eight colors, any size FREE ESTIMATES MADE AT YOUR HOME Call or Write ARLIE AYERS 3547538 or KENNETH WHIPKEY 354-6990 Grantsville. VVV STORE HOURS Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday -- 9 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to 1 p.m. I. _=_ a high school equivalency diploma at no cost to you through classes at Glenviile College, beginning 7 p.m. on Tuesday, October 7. For further information, contact the Division of Foundation Studies, GIp.,w li i1 2-7361, i exten.sion 257. III I I II IIII I I I [ AFTER FIVE Perfumes - Powders Colognes from the 08 Auvergne Et Cie, Inc. new clealership STOP IN AND SEE COMPLETE LINE ON DISPLAY THE t "'ON THE SQUARE" Grantsville West Virginia glllillllll Hu_mmfllm - - " _ AUCTION SALE SATURDAY - OCTOBER 4, 10 A.M. At the Residence of the late Homer Talbott on Rt. 47 2 miles West of Linn, W.Va. Gilmer Co. COME IN AND PICK UP YOUR CIIRISTMAS CATALOG. ~__m_ HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Gun Calmnet. Roll-a-v~ey Bed, Recliner, Electric Iron. Electric Churn, Kitchen Stool. Gas Range, Sunbeam Mixer, 2 Sausage Mills, Double Basin Cabinet Sink, Radio, Hotplete, Dropleef Table, Cupboard. Electric Refrigerator, Electric Coffee Po~ Meat Slicer, Baby Bed, Cot, Pr. eorphon~ (new), Heating Stov~, large Circulating Heater, Electric Rezors, Lots of Dishes, Glasswewe, Odd Chairs, Battery Lanterr~, Stone Jars, Crocks, 2 Wash Tubs, Wash Board, Copper Boiler, 2 Show Halters, Grooming Comb and Brush, Half Bed. Clothes Hamper, ~tandl, 2 Record Plan/era, Mince-a-Matic, Veg-o-Metic, Deep Fryer. Vase, Toaster, Eleotri Can Opener, Electric Lights, Picnic Bucket, Split Bottom chairs, Grills, Magazine Rack, Small Rugs, Large Afghan. Applique Quilt Top. Shoe Stretchers. ANTIQUES AND COLLECTORS ITEMS Dresser, Secretary. Adding Machine, Pot Belly Stove. Quilting Frernol, Corn She~lar, Chest of Dra~m-s. Pr. Jug Lamps, Cupboard. Lot of Blue Car.dng Jars, 1934 Model Mavtag Washer. Carbioe Lamps, Lantern, Trunks. Ged, Old Dlsh~, Wicker Settee. Stone Churn. Butter Mold, Shoe Last, Store Showcale. Picture Frame. McGuffy Readers 41'5 Grade, Flat Irons, Iron Griddle. Desk, 2 Vases, Stool. Knot Mall, Glassy.ere (Ruby, Carnival, Depression, and Cut Glass). Other collectors items. TOOLS AND FARM EQUIPMENT A,C. Electric Welder (like rmv~. Lot of Small Too!-.. A~o ~CeJ Car Parts (newl. Hay Rake (horse drawn). Riding Lawnmower. Power Mower. Plastic Pipe, Rop~ and Chains. Window Frames. ScreerB. Screen Doors, Storm Door. Mantle, Fire Grates, Electric Fencers, Used Fencing Wire. Barb Wire. Wire Stretchers, Wooden Barrel. Eave Spouting. Pitcher Pump. Grind Stone. Garden Tractor, Truck Tires and Wheels 17 in.. Commode and Lavatory. Sledge Hammer. Beaver Dies. Water Pump and Tank. ~ars THIS IS A LARGE SALE Phone 462-7939 -- 462-8483 NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS ! TERMS; CASH i,lhoriz(.d I AUCTIONEER: CHARLES D. COLE ('A'I'AI.()(; MEI{t'IIANT LUNCH SERVED BY WOMENS CLUB. COXS MILLS B-'Y IAN-'---ET DEAl, OWNER: THF HOMER TALBOTT FAMILY ~.dq~H~~u~u~u~m~i"=~ib~ii~o~h~i~i~"~i~