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GlenviUe Democrat/ Pathfinder Page 2-B October 28, 1976 County cooks plan school lunches Cooks from all schools&apos; in the county met Tuesday. Oct. 19, in the high school cafeteria with Mrs,;. lean Flesher. Gilmer County base kitchen supervisor. Helen Jones. head cook. and leone Kennedy. County supervisor from the Board of Education office, to plan munus for the month of November. Mr, Tom Dooley, principal. L Mrs. Peggv Edwards. secretary from Sand Fork Elemenla <,'heel, also attended the session. Grade A menus are being planned to be served in all schools of the county. The (;rode A menu must consist of four components: a meat or meat alternate, two servings from the fruit-vegetable group, one-half pint of 1 OIL AND GAS RESIST PULL-ON PECOS COMFORT 11feet GILMER SHOE SHOP (Opposite Go-Mart) Glenville, W.Va. See us for Original Mink Oil Vibram Lug Soles & Heels j I IIIIIIIIII I II milk, and serving of bread. Because of the high cholesterol level of many people's diets now, butter is no longer required or encouraged for serving or use in cooking, according to the new federal guidelines. Foods rich in iron and Vitamin C must be included daily and Vitamin A at least twice a week. All components must be served to elementary and junior high school students. High school students have the oplion of refusing one of the components. This is public law according to Mrs. Martha Hill. State school lunch supervisor, and states and counties cannot make any ruling to the contrary. The "Junk Food" ruling has brought about the requirement that the lunch programs cannot serve anything containg 40% or more sugar. A few recipes have had to be altered, but most recipes that are provided by the USDA are well below the limit imposed. By meeting together and planning menus a month in advance, new ideas are exchanged for foods to be served and the reaction of the students to previous menus served can be taken into consideration. Cooks from all schools are encouraged to participate in these sessions. Local 4 H presents o than 45 4-tl members were " presented awards. About 120 mem- bers, leaders and friends were in top awards attendance. Table tion and by Gilmer makers. Harold Abrams, Ina Burkhammer and Daniel Gordon won the top awards at the annual 4-H Achievement Banquet held Oct. 13 at the Gilmer County Recreation Center. Abrams was presented the "I Dare You" award by the president of the 4-H Leaders Association, Mrs. Mary Morrow. Abrams was also named 1976 Friend of the 4-H for his continuous support of the 4-H. Ina Burkhammer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Burkhammer of Cox's Mills and Daniel Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bertie Gordon of Auburn, received the "I Dare You" awards in recognition of outstanding 4-H work. Miss Diane Burke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billy B. Burke of Glenville, and a national winner of the 4-H Beef Program, showed slides from her trip to the 54th National 4-H Congress in Chicago last November. Everett Mason, Extension Agent, and Anne Jones, Extension Aide, presented the achievement awards, Bob Hatton, a member of the Cox's Mills club, was toastmaster. Speed Q. Gibson Washers Refrigerators See the Zenith Color Sets on We install and service all sales. RHOADES PLUMBING b FUR 15 Powell St. Glenville WE SER VICE ONLY WHAT' PINE MANOR GR N. Lewis St. SPECIAi.S TF , I/VI LEUPOLD Scopes, Duplex 3x9 SPECIALS THIS WEEK WINCHESTER Model 94, 30-30 MARLIN 336T, 30-30 Rifles, REMINGTON Model 742, 30-06 Rifle WINCHESTER Model 37A Shotguns, $20.00 down will hold any gun till COOKEDsHANKHAMENDBUTF OR , 99, LB DFX3iONICA ' i CLOVERDALE BRAND I (BONELK%) CENTER SLICED ""''" - "'''" HAM{.o,, 1 SAUSAGE 1 $1.99 I AFTERNOON )i "'''''''-''''t" RIB STEAK BOX-O-CHICKEN43' CAMPBELLS CUT-UP- FRYERS  49 IOIA OZ 6 FOR $1.00 TOMATO SOUP BETTY CROCK_EI 161/:z OZ POTOTO BUDS DOLE PINEAPPLE JUICE PAC SLICED OR CHUNK 20 OZ WARSAW POLISH DILL PICKLES 48 OZ WHOLE FRYERS 47' $1.39 BREAII DRUMSTICKS 79 THIGHS 69' LIBBYS KETCHUP ooz 55' LB SUPERIORS BACON 12 OZ {SLICED} mmmmmmmmmmm HUNTS TOMATO SAUCE 80Z MOIST AND MEATY DOG FOOD 36 o LIBBYS DUTCH GIRL 7 5' CORN ..o,..  3 FOR 17 OZ 89 29 oz ""  $1.49 TOILET TISSUE 4 ROLLS PRIN 2 FOR $1.00 99' CUT YAoz 55' APPLE BUITER 69 QUIK . AMERICAN BEAUTY PORK & BEANS 4O OZ pl;IOOIICE g/ere[::vetheright:olirnitq:anthies SPECIALS THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY GRAPEI RIEr ., ,., ,,,; 89" l'//  "\\;\l oo$1. pOTATOES .,.,. BAG 49' IFo-iu-tk  //6RaTi 3,,, -. ,m ,\\; I --" OX)nnro[ "'ml ,, o, , (RGES ,,,-,..99' If'ST rain ST. ,,,{JLtr.n , , GLEN1LLE | m O A.M.-9 P.M. MONOAY THROUGH SATURDAY i