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October 11, 1979

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Career Center students tour Parkersburg businesses Career Center students on tour, left to right: Irving Scott, Shelley Whipkey, Donna Hall, Loretta Smith, Kim Sears, Tammy McCumbers, Debra Roberts, Opal Tucker, Karin Dix, Arlie Bush, Debra Metz, Mrs. Parmer, instructor; Gina Kelly, Debbie Fischer, Losa McCuilough, Marilyn Brown- ing and Linda Shrader. Jurying dates for On Wednesday, September The Food Service class par- 26, 35 students from Calhoun- ticipated in an interesting and Gilmer Career Center traveled informative tour of Seddon's to Parkersburg for a field trip. Restaurant. The manager, Mrs. The Diversified Co-op class Kerns, talked to the students toured Sears Department store about opportunities and re- and the Food Service class "quirements in the Food Ser- toured Seddon's Restaurant. vice field. She served as tour guide and led the students The Diversified Co-op class through the dining room, kit- enjoyed its tour of the Sears chen, and food preparation Department store. The areas. The class was able to manager, Mr. Teter, talked to observe several machines the class about opportunities which are unique to a large and requirements in the field facility and not found locally. of marketing and retailing. Mr. Of special interest to the class Adams, the assistant manager, was the steam machine and took the class on a tour of the the computerized bar. The sales floor and the warehouse, students enjoyed the tour and The class also visited the per- were appreciative of the ef- sonnel office and the very in- forts of Mrs. Kerns to present a teresting computer room. realistic picture of the Food Overall, the students judged Service Industry. The following the trip worthwhile ex-students participated: Bill perience, especially because it Barker, Richard Nutter, Cathy provided them an inside look Gibson, Bey Hannah, Billy at the marketing and retailing Langford, Joyce Nicholas, r / Career students, front row, Bey Hannah, Doris Conrad, standing, Kathy Dennison, Bill Barker, Richard Nutter, ly Lan'gford, Diana GreenUef, and Barbara Beckett. oodhandler's business. The following George Riddle, Hope Barton, '80 Arts and Crafts Fair set students participated:LisaMc- Barbara geckett, James Rid- Cullough, Arlie Bush, Gina Kel- die, Doris Conrad, Dedra Cot- Jurying dates for the 1980" have more time to prepare ly, Debbie Fischer, Karin Dix, trill, Emma Blake, Kathy Den- scheduled Oct ,Mountain State Art & Craft Fair their products for sale during Marilyn Browning, Donna Hall, nison, Diana Greenlief, Brenda have been determined by the the Fair. The Jackson's Mill Tammy McCumbers, Marilyn Yeager, and Patty Yeager. Mrs. Jack Heater, Gilmer County Fair board for West Virginia's site also offers a more central Matney, Debbie Metz, Kathy Deborah Henderson, Food Ser- Sanitarian, announces there artists and craftspeople, location for craftspeople Richards, Debra Roberts, Irv- vice Instructor, and Mrs. Bar- will be a Foodhandler's Con- Works submitted for the throughout West Virginia. ing Scott, Kim Sears, Linda barn Davisson, Counselor, ac- ference on October 16. There jurying process will be review- Anyone interested in having Shrader, Loretta Smith, Opal companied the class, will be two sessions on that org ed for inclusion in the 1980 works juried for the 1980 Fair, Tucker, and Shelly Whipkey. The students enjoyed a day; afternoon session will be vin( Fair. should write to the Mountain Mrs. Jane Parmer, Diversified lunch break at McDonalds at 1:30 p.m. at the Gilmer if, Dates are set for November State Art and Craft Fair, Cedar Co-op Instructor, accom- before their ride back to the County Health Department, 2 and 3, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each Lakes, Ripley, WV 25271 for an panied the students. Career Center. with the evening session at A day, at Jackson's Mill in application blank. Appli'cants 7:30 p.m. also at the Health Department. Both sessions are Weston. These November must return the completed dates are a change from the forms by October 26 to be in- Power Company makes presentation open to the public. Attendance at one of these x-r January dates that were set in cluded in the jurying. Each ar- classes is required for all food previous years so that in-tistorcraftspersonisaskedto to Glenville sixth grade service establishment the terested West Virginians will submit 5 or more pieces of r is work for the iurying process, employees who do not have a six -- by Terri Arnold familiarize them with the elec- valid foodhandler's card. The Monongahela Power tric meter, holders of temporary permits Company made a presentation A booklet, "Electric Ap- and any person who now pu to Mrs. Summers' 6th grade pliance )perating Cost assists or plans in the near you class at Glenville Elementary. Guide," was given to explain "Energy Conservation," how and where you use Flu vaccine available fronl "How to Read Meters," "What various amounts of electricity. Electricityls,"and"WhatElec. Another booklet was also Over 50,000 doses of in- sonS tricity Can Do For You" were given, explaining the answers fluenza vaccine are presently all topics discussed, to 40 of the most commonly available, free of charge, to An Energy SavingCookbook asked questions about elec- every county health depart- lung, was given to students. It was tricity. It consisted of such ment or other health care pro- compiled to help conserve questions aswhereelectricity vider from the West Virginia energy through the wise use of comes from, how electricity is State Health Department. This comP cooking appliances, made and will America ever state-supplied flu vaccine is A comic book was handed run out of electricity, recommended for and should ther out which discussed "Energy be administered only to per- Safety From A to Zap." A booklet explaining the electric meter and how it Fall craft classes offered atCedar Lakes works was given to students to. Papermaking, calligraphy, business. It is here that the wheat weaving, and jewelry are size, shape, and character of new offerings this fall at the each letter and word must Cedar Lakes Crafts Center communicate an idea. pu near Ripley, West Virginia. Ten Adelaide Rusch from Morgan- art and craft classes have been town will take her students Tl e scheduled for the weekends of through the steps of beginning also October 19-21 and November calligraphy, water 9-11. Wheat weaving, according" Instructor in papermaking, to the instructor, Sam Held, Diana Arcadipone, is coming from Columbus, Ohio, has its to the Center from the beginnings in England and Louisville School of Art in Whales as a technique for Louisville, Kentucky. She will making harvest symbols. Held the St., Burnsville, W.Va. introduce students to both indicated that weaving of traditional and contemporary wheat is akin to decorative Phone: 853-2441 (Office) 853-2328 (Home) applications of papermaking, dried arrangements. Tree or- including creation of moulded naments, wall plaques, and 4BEDROOM HOME. Rarely is an older home of this quality made available. Some of paper forms, door ornamentation are all The dictionary defines possible projects that are the features which give it warmth and charm are hardwood floors and trim, French calligraphy as, "elegant beautifully executed in wheat. doors, and wide halls. The owners have taken great pride in keeping this home in writing or penmanship." As an The Crafts Center has an ex- exceptional condition, with new aluminum siding and shingled roof. Central heat form, calligraphy panded metal studio which keeps this home comfortable with reasonable fuel bills. All this at an affordable :lominates the advertising, allows for jewelry making. price. Burnsville. ;Ireeting card, and publishing Larry Lackey from Athens, will CAPE-COD HOME. This is a lovely 2-bedroom home on Main Street in Burnsville. The main living urea is conveniently located on the first floor, with the second floor finished in one largo room-ready for your personal decorating touch. An additional LAW N FORC feature is a full basement, now being used as a game room/laundry room with a half bath. A 3-stall carport adjoins the house, with one stall built to accommodate a LASS motor home. SMALL COTTAGE. With rising costs, this house offers an excellent opportunity to keep your housing expenses at a minimum. At S13,300, you can have approximately 1 acres of land with a house located on it. This is a value that you should EMENT investigate. at Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center CAMP. H you like wide-open spaces, we would like to show you this charmer. Located on the top of a mountain, with maximum privacy, you can live or camp with all the conveniences in two bedrooms, bath, kitchen, and living room with stone fireplace. A large deck on the front of this 2 year old home is the perfect place to lean back, prop up your feet. and watch the white-tail doer. The house rests on one acre of land, but adjoins 15,000 acres of public hunling area. A60 hour class beginning Monday, October 15, 1979 at 6:30 p.m. continuing through January 16, 1980. Class will meet Monday and Wodneday of each Week from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. FARM. This 101 acre farm will definitely appeal to the family that is seriously in- terested In farming. With a frame house, 2 barns, and several outbuildings, it is TOPICS DISCUSSED INSTRUCTOR ready for occupancy and lmmedaite farming. Police Ethics Capt. W.F. Bowley ........ or ........ Iaws of Arrest, Search & Seizure Capt. Charles W. Ray For the investment-minded person, this same 101 acres could easily be divided in- Rules of Evidence Capt. Charles W. Ray to many small acre tracts. It ib nestled in the valley of the Little Kanawah, adjoining Accident Investigation M/Sgt. G.D. Hill the Burusville Dam Proper, and thereby attractive to the many people looking for Criminal Investigation Sgt, John Cox vacation homes. This is a real money-maker. Criminal Law CpI, D.H. Bolyard Motor Vehicle Laws Cpl. P.L. Ferguson LOTS How to Recognize & Handle Phyllis Moore, R.N. Abnormal People John Faxio, M.S. (1) Seven/oighis of an acre of flat land close to Interstate 79. This is a good building Juvenile Laws John Stickel site or an excellent location for a mobile home. Located 3 miles from Burnsville on Interviews and Custodial Salt Lick Roac Interrogations Robert Hall Courts and Office as WitnessCapt. W.F. Bowley (2) Three/fourths of an acre of flat land, improved and ready for a dwelling, with a drilled well mid electricity on the lot. Salt Lick Road. Country Roads Realty Stephen A. Holmes, Broker Bill Reese, Salesman There is no Charge for the Course For further Information contact: Judy Kerns, Calhoun- Gilmor Career Center. Rt. 318 Box 42A. Grantsville WV 26147, Phone 954-6151.