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]Page ?,-A Gleaville DemocraU Pathfinder October 21, 1076 They deserve it The bond issue proposal which will be made Nov. 2 by the Gflmer County Board of Education is being proposed in order to complete Phase II of their Comprehensive Building Plan. Among the projects completed under Phase I was the construction of Glenville's elementary school. You've no doubt heard the rave reviews that hapdsome facility has received. If the bond issue is passed every student in e county could enjoy a similarly pleasing educational environment, Our students deserve it. Every other school system in the state, but two, is under some kind of indebtedness for their schools. Our students deserve the same opportunities as others in the State. Language arts teachers at Glenville Elementary recently asked their students to write their opinions of the new school. The following excerpts from those papers could be heard at every school in the county if the bond issue is passed. "...When I get up in the mornings I look forward to a new day of school." The people that helped make it did a very good job of helping and I thank the people who helped us." I really don't like school but I like this school. It goes fast." "When I came in "to the school I was scared, but I saw my old friends...It smelled like paint but I did not care it was pretty... I went to my new room and saw my new teacher and she was pretty nice." "I'he carpet makes it nice to sit on the floor." "I think that they built the school good." "It has nice things like carpet and good chalkboards." "I feel safe because there's a fire door in each room." "I feel sorry for all the kids who don't have a school like ours." A CHALLENGE REWARDED--West Virginia Secretary of State James McCartney appeared at Glimer County High School last Monday, Oct. 11 to present a certificate to Student Council President Kathy McCartney. McCartney recently challenged high schools throughout the state to register as many eligible voters in their high school as was possible. Almost every eligible student at GCHS registered. [Democrat photo] ::.b'$.'.:::::::: An even challenge ag=ml dcxmco.. On the night of October 23 at 8:00 on the Hays City Field of the Gilmer County Titms there will be a football game perhaps unsurpassed in Gilmer Ccmmty chronicle. The alumni of Gilmer County Schook will play a game with all proceeds going to the Athietic Department of Gilmer County High School] We the Ewm-stevens would like to take this opportunity to encourage all Gilmsr Countlans to come out and see tim graduates of even years completely :out run, out block, and completely out-class the "Oddballs': of yester-year. ' '.!!,, ! t a chance, Stop wildernessdestruction Te fJ Edi Powelltou CoalCompany of Logan has filed public notice of their intent to open two deep mines on the Williams River, one of which is intended to fall within the Cranberry Beckcountry Wilderness Area. This is one of the most beautiful of the states truly virgin wfldernass areas. This attempt must be halted before it is begu Our state and national parks and wildlife areas must be protected from mining, lumbering, and industrial exploitatico. The lands and waterways immediately surrounding these anms must also be protected. This is a matter of great concern, not only for naturalists and sportsmen, but for all West Virginians. Our mountain wilderness areas are more than a refuge for many and wildlife. They are the source of many of our rivers which are necessary to the survival of many people living in lower lying areas, and to ths farmers whose fields need the nouriehment of pure water and the minerals and other deposits that the rivers bring to feed his soft. Without pure water, good lamt. clean air, andthe food that these produce our children and grendchfldren will suffer the results of our actions. This letter is to m3e all concerned West Virginians to write letters of protest to our state government officials asking for their cooperation in halting attempts of this nature. Please do not allow a situation like "Buffalo Creek" to develop in the Cranberry Wilderness. Area. Lette may be addressed to: Mr. John Hall, Chid Dlvisiou of Water Immrc Charleston, WV BULLISH ON BOND ISSUE This English bulldog, belonging to Bill Bennet, d/rector of transportation for Gilmer County School's gives the upcoming shcool bond issue a canine endorsement during the Glenville State College homecoming parade over the weekend. BOO TO YOU TOO - Visitors to Glenvflle Elementary School Sunday were greeted with colorful and creative seasonal classroom decorations as part of the new school's first open house. Gilmer County residents were also invited to the high school to view recent improvements. (Democrat photo) Mr. Ira S. Latimer Jr., Director Department of Natural Rouroee Sixth floor, State Office Bldg. # 3 Curle=t. WV A puid heari has now bean heduled Ou Oct, 28 at 7:30 p.m. at Webster County Ht School in Upper Glade which will be open to all who with to attmd. Bill Fops MadiHL WV A collector seeks help I am a handicapped Veteran, livin on a small pension. My vision and bearing are slowly leaving me. The doctors say they cando nothing, so I have roads hobbies to keep busy and fight off periods of depression and despondency, which seem to plaque me most of the time. I just can't see doing nothing, so I have begun collecting antique valenlnsa, old po cards, rare old calendare and advertising cards, in hopes of writing a book about the items I collect, and earn enough from it to get off this smallVA pension and have medical care, which the VA is unable to afford me. so my hobb/es haw a dual purpose. Living on limited ftmd I depend greatly upon friends and others for much of ths items I collect, and was wondering ff any of your readers had any antique valentines, old post cards or rare old calendars they do not want. because I would be happy to have any they may care to send me and be glad to Set tlm Thank you for your time and kind consideration in readtn my letter. . bspectfully ]mure, Lean Thompsan 1211 (]dca St. Kmt, Wuldnsto Se031 CALENDAR thurs, oa. 21 Normantown School PTA meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. in the school cafeteria. An open house will follow. Senior music recital at 8 p.m. in the Glenville State College auditorium featuring Gordon Allen, trumpet, and Janet Griffin, horn. Revival meeting at the Little KanawhaIndependent Church at Burnsville at 7:30 p.m. Guest speaker will be Rev. Bill Sandy from Lumberport. Everyone welcome. Pastor: Ronzel Roberts. sat, oct 23 Gflmer County Alumni Football game, 8 p.m., High School football field. sun, oct. 24 Senior piano recital featur- ing Faye Chambers at 8 p.m. in GSC auditorium. A turkey dinner with all the trimmings will be served at the Gilmer County Recreation Cent- er from noon until 2 p.m. Reservations must be made immediately with Mrs. Bertha Wagner, 462-8008. The dinner is sponsored by the Woman's Club of Glenville. mon, oa. 25 Jaycee meeting at 7 p.m. at the Conrad Hotel. Gospel meeting at the Locus Knob Church of Chirst at 7:30 p.m. Edward Boring will be the speaker. , .iiiill GIANT GINSENC-J. M. Dogs of Clay displays t plant his party found near Rosedale on Sept. Frametown, Delbert Gibson of Frametown and Servia were in the party. The plant, actually dug weigh about 9 oz. and be worth about 0. It was 70 inches around the leaves. The seed stem was wed, oct. 27 Revival meeting at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church. Servic- es each night at 7:30. Everyone welcome. Pastor: Elder Darril Hashman. Gospel sing at Hyers Run Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m. The Glenville Branch of the American Association of Uni- versify p.m. in the of the Pioneer The attend a Virginia 7:30 p.m. i be a report committee Published Evecf Thursday By GILMER COUNTY PUBLISHING, At 109 E. Main St, Glenville, WV 26361 Second-Class and at additional mailing offices Subscription price $5,50 tax included in Gilnmr residents $6.00 tax included. Out of stme subscrions for less than 6 months. (ALL PRICES ROBERT D. ARNOLD PR] PAUL BROWN JOAN LAYNE