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The Glenville Democrat/ Pathfinder B-2 OHober 20. 1977 Turners attend Health Conference The Governor&apos;s Office of Economic and Community Development, with the assistance of West Virginia Univers- fly's Office of Health Services Research, and Family Health Care, Inc., held a conference on Primary Health Care at Canaan Valley State Park, October 5, 6, and 7. Dr. Byron J. Turner, President of the Gilmer County Medical Center, Incorporated, and Mrs. Turner, attended the conference in the interests of the Gilmer County Medical Center. Speakers included a wide range of individuals concerned with Primary Health Care, including representatives from West Virginia University, the National Health Service Corps, the Governor's Office of Economic and Community Development, the Depart- ment of Health, Education and Welfare, Region III, the Appalachian Regional Commission, and others. There has been a shift in emphasis of federal legislation and funds from large medical center construction and operation to the problems of providing primary medical care for essentially rural areas, according to Dr. Turner. Dr. E. W. Beatty | Optometrist | Every I; TUESDAY [ all day I Grantsville I over Parsons Jewelry I l 354-7928 l Appointments accepted ! but ,lot required, i By the terms of federal legislation, a rural area is defined as "an area with a population of less than 2.500 persons." Using this criterion, 61 per cent of the people in West Virginia live in rural areas, compared to 26 per cent in the entire United States. All of Gilmer County, including Glenville, is classified as rural. Surprisingly. while the percentage of rural population in the entire United States declined about ten per cent in the past ten years, the percentage in West Virginia has changed less than one per cent, according to figures. Primary Health Care includes all the services which are provided by doctors, nurses, and other medical personnel in centers such as the Gilmer County Medical Center, and similar clinic facilities, either public or private. Secondary care is provided by hospitals and larger centers, and tertiary care is largely the province of the large teaching and research centers, such as the West Virginia University Medical Center. A major goal of current programs is to provide primary health care for everyone within a reasonable distance from home (thirty minutes driving time is considered reasonable), and secondary care within one hour's driving time. The Gilmer County Medical Center and the hospitals in Grantsville, Weston, Spencer, and Clarksburg, can easily provide these service, according to Turner. For cases requiring tertiary care, the driving time to the West Virginia University Medical Center is about two hours from Glenville. The problems discussed by the conference speakers were largely related to the problems of physician recruitment and retention, and the problems relating to the operation of a primary health center. The informa- tion gained at this conference will be of use by the Gilmer County Medical Center Board of Directors as they EL TOKO '""'"-  FRIDAY & SATURDAY OCTOBER 21 & 22 FROM lO P.M. TO 2 A.M. BLACK MOUNTAIN COVE MOTORS CASH SALE Closing up for the winter November 1st Going Hunting No Trade-Ins Cash Only 1975 Monte Carlo P/S, P/B, A/C, AM-FM Stereo tape, cruise, tilt, swivel buckets, $2995.00 1970 Nova 6 cyl, auto, $700.00 1970 VW SB, auto, $995.00 1974 Plymouth Duster 6 cyl, Std, $1300.00 1972 Chevrolet Caprice 2 dr., $1100.00 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle 350, auto, mags, air shocks, tape, $1500.00 1965 Cadillac one owner, nice, 800.00 1955 Jeep Pickup 4 w/dr., Chev. engine, $500.00 1965 Ford Galaxie excellent condition, new tires, A-l, $450.00 1966 Ford Galaxie nice t450.00 1968 Ford nice, $G50.00 1965 Chevrolet 2 dr., std, 283, $250.00 1964 Chevrolet 2 dr., auto, 8 cyl., $200.00 Our guarantee of satisfaction If you purchase one of these" vehicles and you are dissatisfied for any reason call 462.8178 and complain to my v#fe. I won't be home, I'll be huntin" COVE MOTORS Open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Stout's Mills, WV 462-7257 develop plans for providing primary health care for the people of Gilmer County. An important part of the conference was given to interpreting state and federal legislation affecting the operation of medical centers. High School gets automobile NEW DRIVER'S EDUCATION CAR for Gllmer County High School. [Democrat Photo] Gilmer County High School has a new 1978 automobile for its driver's education classes. Gilmer County Schools Trans- portation Director Billy Bennett drove the four-door Chevrolet Malibu from Robinson Motors in Harrisville to the local high school Thursday. Octobei" 13. Bennett was driven to Harrisville by Helen Norman of the Gilmer County Schools Staff. The Transportation Director noted that the sticker price of the car is nearly $6.400. Robinson Motors is loaning the car to the school for the driving classes. William Jones is the driver's education instructor at Gilman County High. FHA-Hero Western Regional Meeting The FHA-Hero Western Regional Meeting was held at Calhoun County High School on September 24. Gilmer County Chapter was in charge of registration. There were 174 chapters represented. Attending from Gilmer County were three members: Mary Morris, Patty Kirchberg and Susan Cates. Their Adviser, Mrs. L. Bouch, also attended. There were six group meetings: Teenage Pregnancy, Birth Defects, Nutrition, Family Planning, Child Abuse, and Counciling. Each member in the individual chapters was to attend two group meetings, at which students had the opportunity to ask questions. Each group topic had explanatory back- ground material and a filmstrip, Gilmer County Chapter member Mary Morris gave roll call. Gilmer Reporter, Susan Cates. gave the registration report. Gilman Secretary, Patty Kirchberg, accepted the FHA "Hotline." The Gilmer County FHA would like to invite any person-boy or girl-that might like to join their group. Persons wishing to join must have had or be having home economics. Membership dues are $2. Reporter Susan Cates Call 462-7309 to place YOUR ad! TROY STUDENTS who visited the Glenville Fire Station, Wednesday, October 12, are shown. [Photo by Greg Nicholson] Tanner News .:.:,:.:<:. :.::: .....,> : .:'.::.> ....... ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .................... ..... ................ :.:.:.::. ,::: ................... ,,..<....:..:,x.. by Irene Hogue Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ellyson of Morgantown were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Ellyson of Jessie Run. The two Mr. Ellysons are brothers. Kenneth Murphy, Mike Johnson, Tommy Jennings and David Warren were week-end guests of the Leo Hogue's October 8. They are all residents of the Charleston area. Then there's the story of the "Big Land Baron", who refused to sign an agreement which he had given his solemn word to do so, because there "might" be a land-slide. There might be an end of the world sometime too. In fact rm expecting it. Mrs. Lucy Lowe fell in her home and got pretty well banged up. She hurt her knee, her elbow and knocked her glasses off and nearly broke her nose. Mrs. Erma Reed is in the United Hospital Center in Clarksburg. She is getting along fine after undergoing major surgery. The Roseville Aid met at the home of Elizabeth Hardman October 13. A covered dish supper was served before the business meeting. Those present were Mrs. Elizabeth Hardman, Mrs. Pearl Fling, Mrs. Loretta Fox. Sarah Frymier, Marlyn Sue Edman, Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Bush, Mrs. Gertrude Bush, Mrs. Sue Martin and boys Billy and Daivd, Mrs. Georgia Tkach. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hogue and Billy Collins. The next meeting will he held at the home of Mrs. Pearl Fling. Mrs. Sarah Frymier and Mabel Wilt spent the day in Parkersburg Friday. They spent the day shopping. and Miss Wilt had an appointment with her dactor. Mrs. Ads Riddle returned home Tuesday, October 11, after spending a few weeks with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Riddle, of Norfolk. Virginia. Mrs. Fern Stuffer hasn't been feeling too well. She had to see her doctor last week. Mrs. Gertrude Bush is leaving for Florida October 26, PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, I0:00 a.m. AT THE RESIDENCE OF THE LATE D.T. [Tame] WRIGHT, 103 SOUTH STREET, GLENVILLE, W.Va. where she will spend the winter. Mrs. Opal Wilson is getting along fine at her home on the Newberne Road after spending a month in the Hospital. She seems to be her old jolly self, I am happy to say. Our "young lady," Mrs. "Dottie" Gainer still isn't feeling to well. Hope she will soon be up to par. She is a special person to folks in this area. Miss Kay Wilson of the Tanner-Newberne Road is getting along fine since returning home from Morgantown, and seeing her doctors there. Mr. Darrell Snuffer and son Danny of Akron. Ohio, Mr. Garland Snuffer, Mr. Tommy Snuffer of Beckley. Mr. Tommy Jennings and Mr. David Warren of Charleston are guests of the Leo Hogues. They are here for the first week of "squirrel" season. Mr. Kenneth Murphy and Mr. Mike Johnson were here for the first day, but had to return to their iobs today. Latos in Beaux Arts Exhibition Paul Latos, 1975 graduate of Glenville State College, who is presently pursuing a Master of Fine Arts degree at West Virginia University, is currently exhibiting a ceramic salt and ash glazed teapot in the "Beaux Arts Designer/Craftsman '77 Exhibition" in Columbus. Ohio. This is a juried exhibition of contemporary crafts, open to artists residing in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Ohio, Penn- sylvania, West Virginia and Wiscon- sin. The exhibition is presented by Beaux Arts, an affiliate of the Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, and runs from September 18 through November 4. Jurors for the exhibition are: Robert Ebendorf. Professor of Art at State University College in New Paltz New York; Cynthia Schira, Assistant Professor of Design at the University of Kansas, Lawerehce, Kansas; and Robert Turner, Professor of Ceramic Art, Division of Art and Design, College of Ceramics, State University of New York in Alfred, New York. These jurors were selected on the basis of their reputation as working craftsmen. Slides were submitted for preliminary review by the jurors. From a field of 1,333 slide entries, 474 craft objects were selected for final review by the jurors. The 273 pieces in the exhibition reflect their final selection. Lares is the only West Virginia artist selected to exhibit. Mr. Latos is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Latos of Windsor Heights. LIVING ROOM: French Provincial couch (Krohler, ornate and beautiful), Credenza, French Provincial coffee table and chair, Early American chair, beautiful pictures, two step tables (leather inlay), table and floor lamps, (some with glass prisms), large palm flower, cranberry glass basket, labador flower piece with water container, Duncan Phyfe tier table, tilt back rocker, Fancy stand (very old, ornate and beautiful), China cuspidor, studio couch (makes into bed), beautiful rocker, old pitcher (from home of Preacher Hays), old iron elephant, small spinning wheel (very old), mirrors (one, very old), book case, radio, oil lamp, jewelry, other items. DINING ROOM: Duncan Ph.vfe table and 4 chairs, 6 oak dining table chairs, antique and other old dishes, buffet, silverware (service for 6), stainless steel tableware set, William Rogers tableware set (service for 6), silver tea set, lace table cloth, and others, wooden and glass candle holders, ice cream parlor chairs, wicker suit case, wicker fernery and basket, many other items. KITCHEN: Round rock Maple table and 4 chairs, coffee mill, kitchen cabinet, Revere Ware set, stove, refrigerator, utensils, skillets (all kinds), pressure cooker, roasters, stainless steel items, c"lcks, stool, Maytag washer and tubs, assortment of glass, wooden cannister set, sweepers, and many other items. BEDROOM: Bedroom suite, beds, chests, bedding, mirrors, vanity set, pitchers, and many other items. MISCEOUS: Cow bell, spring steel porch chair, lawn chairs, wash bowl and pitcher, hedge trimmers, glass display case with 2 figurines, wash stand base; day bed, iron bed, sewing machine, maple chest, hand tools, electric fans, glider and chair to match, gas heating stoves, chairs, and many other items. Reason for sale-poor health, and have sold real estate. Many items are very old, many collectible. We recuest that you not miss this auction. TERMS: CASH NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS OR MERCHANDISE AFTER SOLD FOOD SERVED BY REBEKAHS EDNA WRIGHT, OWNER ROBERT J. BUTCHER, AUCTIONEER Troy visit Fire Members of the School kindergarten, third and fourth their teachers, an David Lee Ellison, Station of the Fire Department, bar 12. The students Station were: Bobbi Bennett. Cris Mac Lowther, CoY Radcliff, Melinda Bishop. Steve SimmonS, Renal Bennett, Greg Freshour, Brian Frye, Angela Burroughs, Marie Belmont, Lowther, Staci Moyer Misty Stalnaker. Karen Self, Tom Zak, Celia Smith. Fincham, Paul Wilson, Mark Beall, Leslie Drake, Adam Steve Mathess, Angie Peggs. Tracy Smarr. Richard Townsend. Tammy Smith. James Crislip, Pa Crouch, Mary Jo Fincham. Nicole Mark Peters, Sharon Somerville. Ben Zak, Mason, Brian AdamS, David Beall, Karen Crislip, Debra Lowther. Joe Robert Shreve, Tim Basham, Monna Burton, Robert Coit, Mercy Finley, Jock Smith, Eic Sturm Teachers who youngsters were Delores Simmons. Betty Jenkins. The aids Brenda Somerville. DRIVERS' The following Department of Public examinations iven County Detachment Headquarters near Wednesday. October WRITrEN Thomas B. Navella I. Keith. L. Barneneat, Doyle, Normantown; Burnsville: fames B. Abigail Arnold. Gleni Cottrell. Glenville: Linn: Cynthia L. and Deborah A. Dywavne H. Ronald C. Roman, Darlene F. Byrd. Cox'SJ Williams, Glenville: Normantown. RICHARD DEBBIE Richard right, elected FFA County High School Dabble Gordon was Sweetheart. Other officers Ronnie McHenry, Edwards. Secretary: Treasurer; Ricky mentarian; Rondle presentative; and Sentinel. The Sweetheart'S be Shirley Stump. Junior: Connie and Dienna Gainer. Trick or observed in October 31. from 7 to ! to a decision made by Council. Mayor announced the REVIVAL WED., THURS., FRI., SAT. October 19,20,21,22 7:30 Nightly at the Glenville Church of God with Evangelist Floyd (Dick) of RALEIGH, N.C. " SPECIAL SINGING Thursday, Oct. 20: The Mayly Family of !] Friday, Oct. 21 : The Miller Family of Sot., Oct. 22" Gospel Pathway Trio of EVERY()NE WEI,COMi /