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October 11, 1979

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!, 14 The Gienville Democrat.Pathfinder Public meetings on education announced What high school-students goals for education were for- Auditorium, with Mary Martha are doing. .well in and what mulated in the mid 1970's, the Merritt, state board resi, ent changes" be made in public input was gathered by apresiding. their programs and requireents statewide survey. O c t o b e r for graduat n will be di.scu ,s- Yhe public hearings alsQwill 30--CHARLESTON-Du Pont ed in a Set [esof p bhc give citizens the opportunity to High School Little Theatre, meetings, St e Supdrl t - give their views on what elec- au J. Morris and D,. Carl J. dent 6fSch 01sRoyTru'byhas tives should be available for Roncaglione, board me sbers, announce& ? , high school students, what presiding. The meetings wilrbe in late programs should be con- O c t o b e r October and early November in tinued, and what the schools31--CLARKSBURG.Lincoln Beckley, C arleston, should do to guarantee that all High School Auditorium at 1 Clarksburg,; Petersburg, high schools arecompetentin p.m,, and Nutter Fort Grade Wheeling, Parkersburg and reading, writing and School Auditorium at 7 p.m., arithmetic. State Board of Education )ljc members will chair two meetings a day, from 1-3 p.m., aad from 7-9 p.m., at each Ioca- t4on; Both verbal and written comments will be received, and. if attendance is large, speakers may be limited in H untington. "The schobls.bel0ng to 1.he public and want the to tell Us Trub' attend an, and. cot adolei education:,. The holding, ,of public, time:allotted. meetings itoi.o6t&in., t le Interested persons unable public's att, itude,: t ow, rd to attend may request graduation r#quiremeats: .and materials available for public education programs JS,~ con- review and make written com- tinued reflection of t, he State ments by contacting Helen V. Board of Education's Saunders, Department of philosophy that the public Education, Capitol Complex, must be involved in all deci- B-338, Charleston 25305. sions concerning put}tic , The schedule: education, he said, For exam- October 29--BECKLEY- Die, Truby noted, when the Beckley Junior High School HAM liPP|R Saturday October 13 -- 5 p.m. Mills Community Building Adult $3.00 - 5:i2 $2.00 - Under 5 Free Song and Praise Serivce ?:30 at theChurch Sponsored by Cox's Mills United Methodist Church with Fountie Williams, board member, presiding. November 1 --PETERSBURG-South Branch Vocational Center Con- ference Room, with Duke A. McDaniel, board member, presiding, November 5--WHEELING- Wheeling Park High School Auditorium at 1 p.m. and Media Center at 7 p.m., with William M. Smith, board v{ce president, presiding. November 7--HUNTINGTON-Board of Education Auditorium. with Bob E. Myers, board member, presiding. November 8--PARKERSBURG- Parkersburg High School Auditorium at 1 p.m. and Library at 7 p.m.. Dr. Charles H. Wagoner, board member. presiding. ER s,M tor Sales will be closed Thursday thru Saturday, tober :11-131 due to Equip- ment AuctiOn dt Mineral Wells, : : ElvznGarrett ....... 4224110 After 7- 349-2253 PERSONALS : CONSTRUCTION HAS BEGUN on the renovation of ramps and steps at Gilmer County Courthouse. (ohoto bv Alan Kuhlman) 4-H Leaders and Clubs Jr. The coming The team hosting for October 4-H events Achievement Banquet October 10, 1979, 6 p.m. Recreation Center Covered dish for families National 4-H week October 7-13, 1979 Theme: Expanding Horizons National 4-H Leader Forum October 15.19, 1979 Washington, D.C National 4-H Center "Wisdom is to the soul what AMBULANCE RUNS 10-1-79 to 10-7-79 10-1-79:4:01 p.m.--William Lee Hicks to Stonewall Jackson Hospital 10.3-79:4:45 a.m.--Orval Gregory to Calhoun General Hospital 10:00 a.m.--Orpha Black to Holbrock Nursing Home, Buckhannon 10-4-79:4:13 p.m.--To 429 S. Lewis St. - no transport 10-5.79:11:18 p.m.--Sandy Harris to Stonewall Jackson Hospital 10-6-79:9:55 a.m.--Ira Curry from Calhoun General CEDARVILLE b~' Io Ann . Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brannon, Mrs. Rena Griffith and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Woodyard and daughter last Sunday were Mr. Lonnie Bailey, Poe Bailey and Mrs. Helen Barnette all of Parkersburg. Those helping celebrate Leila Brannon's birthday at Alta Bakers in Letter Gap were her son Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brannon and son, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bumgardner and two sons of Marietta, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. John Brannon and two girls, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brannon and daughter. Beunice Greenlief is back home now after a stay in Ohio. Mrs. Mary Sprouse of Copen, visited her daughter Mrs. Helen Smith a few days last week. The Gilmer County 4-H Clubs, Leaders and Assistant Leaders are as follows: Glenville Moun- taineers--Marilyn Peterson, June Evans, Sharon Phares, Mary White and Lowell Peter- son. Glenville Shooting Stars--Nancy Whiting, Mary Morrow, Freda Abrams, Jack Whiting, Marge Burke and San- dra Stalnaker. Lockney Braves--Sue Col- tins, Linda Bailey, Peggy Cain, Jean Sears, Mary Cogar, Janie Miller, Don Bailey and Tony Collins. Letter Gap Clover Climbers--Karen Kuhl, Audra Stalnaker and Marge Stalnaker. Mr. and Mrs. Wil}ard Ellyson Sand Fork Peppy Step- of Tanner have just returned pers--Carolyn Skinner, Skip Thrasher, Helen Steele, from an eight day escorted Charlene Snyder, Dale and tour of seeing New England Trudy Thrasher and Sue Bon- fall foliage and visiting nett. historical places. Mr. and Mrs. Linn Waggoner Baldwin Mer- of Tanner were visiting their rymakers--Catherine Bailey, Viona Skinner and Donzella daughter and son-in-law. Mr. Villers. and Mrs. Clyde Ralston and Cox's Mills Jolly grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Millers--Kyle Emerson, Keith Bruce Linn Ralston, and a Cole, Brenda Somerville and great-granddaughter, Marie Ralston, on September 16. Riga Emerson. Gilmer Linn and Bruce had a birthday County Shepherds--Clark and Dot on that date. All had a fine bir- Jamison. thday dinner and refreshments New Clubs now forming are and cake were served to all. in: Mrs. B tl of Letter GaD Troy--,-. Peggy Butcher and c lebrate 87th bNhda""' Thelma Samples. Friday, October 5, Tanner--Tom Minney and the Special Interest Horse Club, contact the office, 462-7061. HEARING TEST SET FOR GLENVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA Electronic hearing test will be given at the Conrad Hotel in Glenville each third Wednes- day of the month from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. by Mr. Kemper Hyre, Hearing Aid Specialist. BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICE 422 B.W. Pike St. Clarksbur WV 26301 Mr. RI~ i 311 W Main Glenviile WV 462-7903 ,!!i 1 -- 1979 LeBaron 4 Dr 1 - 1979 Colt S/W left in stock Antifreeze Installed $5.50 gal Engine Tune- $11.00 - 6 cyl. $15.00-8 cyl. REBATE (on 2 wheel drive & 4 wheel drive 1979 trucks in stock) Offer expires October 18, 1979 Open 8:00 to 5:00 Mon thru Friday 8:00 to 12:00 Saturday Open 8:00 to 9:00, Thursday, Oct. 18, 1979 i! ~!