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d The Glenvllle Democrat/ Pathfinder October 7, 1976 4-H Week now in progress Whether it's with exhibits, presentations, special programs, com- munity projects or other activities, some 5&OOOState youths will join with nearly 5.6 million nationwide to observe National 4-H Week, Oct. '3-9.' "The week's purpose is to make a concentrated effort to give the public a better understanding of 4-H and of same of its accomplishments," said Mildred Fizer, 4-H youth development division leader with the West Virginia University Center for Extension and Continuing Education. 4-H's 1976 theme "4-H--Room to Grow" will be emphasized during the weak through activities club members plan. In a special message to 4-H Announcing the Office Opening of == :i Dr. Wayne Hicks :1 : Contact Lens Optometrnst 101 Main St. : Eye Examinations West Union, W.Va. By appointment Only Beginning October I 8:30-5:00 h - Mon.-Fri. P one 873 1667 - - -.--.--.-- --- :)aT. U.3U 12.30 iDHBHiHNmauinmHeglmelleaallnDDelDnaageaN West Virginia Needs A New Legislature (Ad paid for by James C. Markle, Fin. Agent) "It's Time for a Change" Ronald J. Gregory For House of Delegates IL II I members and leaders, President Gerald R. Ford said: "4-H--Room to Grow is an appropriate theme that focuses on the fine way in which 4-H programs have expanded the horizons of achievement and individual self-fulfillment for their participants." And West Virginia 4-H programs are growing, Fizer noted. During the past year some agriculture-oriented projects have bean geared toward nonfarm youths, such as one where strawberry plants were provided to city youths so they too could learn about how plants grow, as well as the responsibility of caring for them. "We want to adapt these projects so the urban youths will learn about the food and fiber process, even if they do not live in a farm area," Fizer said. State youths are showing increas- ed interest in horse programs, too. Enrollment in related projects has grown from a few hundred a few years ago to over 1,500 today. Highlights of West Virginia during the past year have included the county and State camping programs, and the beginning of the development Consulting Forester ! Timber Inventory, I Appraisal and Sales , Forest Analysis and Management Industrial and Private tt Box 8-A Cox's Mill WV 26342  of the C. P. Dorsey Resource Center at Jackson's Mill State 4-H Camp. "We have had a continued emphasis on volunteer leadership:, with an outstanding State Volunteer Leaders' Conference this year," Fizer noted. The International 4-H Youth Exchange Program brought visits by eight Dutch young adults, invited by the 12 State 4-H'ers who toured Holland last summer and participated in two international folk dance festivals. John Poynton of Australia is staying with host families until Oct. 9, and Dorothy Reneau of Taylor County is currently spending six months in France. State 4-H'ers have the opportunity to do more than work on any of the over 100 projects available in the areas of home economics, electronics, ariculture, animals, horticulture, conservation, photography and forest- ry. "4-H is more of a total, personal development opportunity," Fizer said. "Members have opportunities to assume responsibility for more than themselves, to learn leadership, and to interact with other boys, girls and adults. These experiences help members develop themselves." Anyone between the ages of 9 and 21 can be a State 4-H member. In West Virginia 27,590 youths are in organized 4-H clubs, 11,547 belong to 4-H special interest groups, 5,056 are in nutrition clubs and 14,180 have participated in 4-H through its television programs. For more information about 4-H, or to join a local 4-H group, contact Everett Mason, Extension Agent, at the local West Virginia University Extension Office - Telephone 462-7061. DRAKES QUAKER STATE be-7-8- Baldwin, W.Va. Phone 462-7868 Buy Now--Savel...Biems--Changeovers- One-of- a-Kind- Discontinued Tread Designs-- Many others to choose from Winter Tire Sale Ends Saturday Night! SPECIAL SPECIAL E78x 14Sub. P.G. W/W s2.= Fed . Ex. Tax NO TRADE NEEDED 775 x 14 SG IV W/W s22. 00 $2." Fed. Ex. Tax NO TRADE NEEDED Size FR78x 15 GR 70x 15 JR78x 15 DR78x 14 E78 x 14 8.00 x 16.5 A78x 13 I Type & Description Sub. Steel Belted W/W Blem Sub. Radial WAN Blem Sub Radial W/W Blem CPS RADtAL B/W Blem Power Cushion 78 W/W Blem Rib Hi Miler Blem Sub. polyester WAN Blem No Trade Needed I pou, l $35.00 Tax 2.76 $55.00 Tax 3.13 $56.00 Tax 3.31 $34.00 . Tax 2.42 $26.00 Tax 2.25 $30.00 Tax 3.35 $21.95 Tax 1.74 SPECIAL SPECIAL 735 x 15 Sub. 825 x 15 VYT. B/W Blem. Sure-grip IV W/W s 18. =22.00 s2. 2s Fed. Ex. Tax $2." Fed. Ex. Tax NO TRADE NEEDED NO TRADE NEEDED Free Coffee 8r Donuts will be served. Door prizes will be awarded. Turners to celebrate ii ! Mr. and Mrs. William L. Mr. and Mrs. William L. Turner of 1317 North Lewis St. Glevilla, will celebrate their 30th wedding anniver- sary on Oct. 10. They were married in Ashland, Ky. by Ray. C. E. Hawkins. Mrs. Turner is the daughter of Carl W. Starkey and the late Stalls Starkey Shinn. Mr. Turner is the son of Don And Lucy {Wiant) Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Turner are the parents td three children: a daughter, Mrs. Pamela Batten of Mineral Wells, a son William J. of Glenville and another daughter. Mrs. Shae Anne Luzader of Elyria, Ohio. coat om page S About the only offensive excite- ment in the first half was provided by a 31 yard run by Hedges. He gained 102 yards on 23 carries. Fairmont threatened to score late in the first half after Tim Underwood intercepted a Cowan pass and returned it to the GSC 16 yard line. However, Reid] made two tackles in the FSC backfield which effectively halted the drive and forced the Falcons to try a field goal. The Falcons threw another scare into the Pioneers when Jim Underwood completed a halfback pass to Rick Brown on GSC's 14 yard line with 53 seconds left in the half. But three pass attempts were all incomplete. There was a bad snap on the field goal try and tackle Steve Brown brought down the ball carrier. GSC had 270 yards total offense with 146 yards on the .ground and 41 through the air with nine first downs. FSC had ten first downs on 168 yards total offense. They gained 41 yards on the ground and 127 yards passing. , h,P, ipneea ,,tke. on,,West y.. eae a -. ' ai'nn aturQay a[ l:Ju p.m. wesIiyan defeated West Virginia Tech 23-0 last Saturdayl i election. Gilmer school have ters, two son Romeny Iwill be in your this support. just as the So chance will be Straight From Your Power Thls is one in a series of rql to questions berg asked by our custc men. Answerlag today is liar- old  $outhe Divi- sion Mam,ge, QUESTION: Why do you charge a penaltY m# electric bill a few days late? ANSWER: It is unfortunate that some of have this a penalty for late worthwhile di=eount for eadY electric bills. The practice of discounts" or "cash di= in the history of American means of encouraging eady accounts--and early saves a lot of expense which oth( have to be reflected in prices. A very large majority of tomers pay their electric bills earn the prompt payment us the cash early enough our bills in time to earn the by our suppliers. And those earn by prompt payment of our thousands of dollars that have to be added to electric The cost of electricity is if our costs continue to must increase accordingly. help hold increases to a payment of your electric bill, your help in conserving possible--to conserve the resources of the country and for yourself, part of,the Alleeny