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8 The;Glenvme Democrat/ Pathfinder November 3, 1977 Dr00i tPfanley receives award DR. LOUIS J. MANLEY of Glenvflle [far right] was a recipient of th e Outstanding Service Award from the West Virginia School of Os'teopathic Medicine. Among the other recipients were [left to ri, ht]- Senator William Gilligan, Dr. Charles Holliday, Dr. Hey E. E kle and Dr. Samuel Muscari. DY" l,mds |. Manlev of Glenville was amom, the individuals who receid Outtandin Service Awards durin !the Third Annual Convocation at t] \\;/et Virginia School of O.tena!bc: Medicine. in Lewisburg recency. D:r lan}{w received the Outstand- in'Srvice Award. alon with other fonnder', of the school, from Dr. Roland P. Sharp. C,1 ee President. More qnn 300 people attended the Cmlvocatim. Main speaker for the affair was ShaLe Senator Pat Hamilton of thei Eleventh Senatorial District. Sp.h. Iiamiltoh spoke con- cernirl the erllege sad the osteopathic prnfefon in the state and nation. He later attended a reception at the school. Administrative Dean Fredric W. Smith presented the student awards. [ohn Henderson of Oil City, Pennsyl- vania, received the Roland P. Sharp Award as last year's Outstanding Freshman Student. Ronald Ross of Huntington won the Russell McCaughn Scholarship of $400 from the National Osteopathic Foundation. House for rent? Land for sale? Move it fast with a Democrat. Patlffinder Want-Ad. Low cost-- fast-action! CaN 462-7309 to place your ad now. I I [ Sears ! Come see us at our new location, 405 N. Lewis St. Watch for our Grand Re-Opening. r--  Phone 462-7374 [S ,,nr00 [ Authorized '-----,-, , C? TALOG SALES MERCHANT "- i ; : ' OWNED AND OPERATED BY JANET DEAL I Rt. 33 & 119 - 4 miles west of Weston A complete selection of Quality Built Homes 12 WIDES - 14 WIDES - DOUBLE WIDES AND MODULAR ON DISPLAY EACH FULLY DISPLAYED AND LIGHTED Phone 269-1510 -- Open Friday til 8 p.m. Member of W.Va. Mobile Homes Association Ambulance calls i OCTOBER 10-23 10-10-77, 1:18 p.m.-Marlin Alltop from Mayor's Office, Glenville to VA Hospital, Clarksburg. 10-11-77, 10:13 a.m.-Linda Jones from Sand Fork to Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital. 10-11-77, 11:20 a.m.-Brooks Tel- bolt from Leading Creek to Dr. Manley's office and to Spurgeon Mortuary. 10-11-77, 2:23 p.m.-Billy Joe Walker, Jr. from College Infirmary to West Virginia University Hospial, Morgantown. 10-11-77. 4:01 p.m.-Ruby H. Stalnaker from Dr. Manley's office to West Virginia University Hospital, Morgantown. 10-11-77. 2:42 p.m.-Judith A. Marks from River Street to Calhoun General Hospial. 10-13-77, 7:19 p,.m.-Alan Rund- gren Dom Lewis Street to Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital. 10-17-77 9:35 a.m. Virgima McHenrv from Main Street to Calhoun General Hospital and on to St. Joseph Hospital in Parkersburg. ,10-17-77 3:02 p.m. George D. Hart from Stumptown to Calhoun General Hospital. 10-17-77 5:00 p.m. Robert Hitt from Ellis Road to Spurgeon Mortuary. 10-18-77 10:27 pm. Clifford Varner from Stumptown trYSt. Joseph Hospital in Parkersburg. 10-18-77 11:52 a.m. Joyce Crislip from Fink Creek to Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital. 10-20-77 2:47 p.m. David Anderson from Clayton Street to West Virginia University Hospital in Morgantown and returned home. 10-21-77 9:44 a.m. Ruby E. Rohrbaugh from Cox's Mills to the Gilmer County Medical Center. 10-22-77 3:30 a.m. Hazel Byrd from Charles Street to Calhoun General Hospital. 10-22-77 7:30 p.m. Glenville State College football game. 10-22-77 10:35 a,m. Bertha J. McHenry from Sand Fork to West Virginia University Hospital and returned home. Douglass issues acorn poisoning warning Agriculture Commissioner Gus R. Douglass has warned cattle producers about acorn poisoning. Douglass said, *'Ml[ office, has roqenfly recgive several ep6rtS :" from pr veterinarihns about catfl deaths'fb: the eating of acorns." It appears that there is a large acorn crop in some areas and when cattle eat these in large amounts, death usually follows. Severe cases of acorn poisoning often do not respona to treatment. Farmers are advised to remove cattle and goats from areas that contain large amounts of acorns and/or provide other sources of feed. There are a number of symptoms of acorn poisoning, but some of the most noticeable are loss of appetite and rumen function, bloody diarrhea, and an accumulation of body fluids. The amount of toxin in acorns may vary from year to year and by the kind of oak tree that produced them, Douglass said. Call 462-7309 to place YOUR ad! II II I I IInlll II I L! ! 000ts FIRST CHRISTMAS CLUB PAYMENT DUE NOVEMBER 12th Checks Mailed November 1, 1978 OUR CHRISTMAS CLUB IS OPEN NOW KANAWHA UNION BANK GRENVILLE, WV 26351 I I II II I I Pay 49 Weeks- 50th Week CLUB CHRISTMAS CLUBS Pay Reoe/ve $1.00 $50.00 $2.00 .... $100.00 S.00 $2S0.00 * tl0.00 ......... - tSCO.O0 Iel lqe4miter tred t $40.0 State road maps now available The state ran out of road maps last week, but Gilmer County Department of Highways Superinten- dent John Moss said new maps arrived at the local office Thursday, October 27. A spokesman for the Department in Charleston said the new maps arrived on the loading docks in the capital on Monday. October 24. The state had printed about a million Bicentennial maps for 1976 and decided to use them in 1977. Officials had hoped the supply would last through the year. but it didn't. Superintendent Moss said the local office did have a few of the old maps on hand until last week. The shortage of maps across the Mountain State caused a stir among travelers who were told at rest stops that no maps were available, according to reports. Meanwhile, according to a Highway Department spokesman in Charleston, the printer was asked to expedite the order of two million 1978 maps to fill the void. The spokesman in Charleston said that the state decided not to publish a new map in 1977 because most road proiects under construction when the Bicentennial maps were issued still weren't completes. The new maps, which are available at the Gilmer County Department of Highways office and will be distributed throughout the area, show most of the projects open. The New River Gorge Bridge as well as several of the Appalachain Highway sections are shown completed on the 1978 maps. I I The Goldonseal Magazine, pub- lished by the Science and Culture Center of Charleston, featured pictures of the Vandalia Gathering in May. Phyllis Marks was featured in the Song Stylist area. She was the only person from Gilmer County to attend. She was there by sepcial invitation. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zinn had a small birthday celebration in honor of their oldest son. "Chip", who was ten years old on October 20. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Zinn, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hogue, Karen. Steele and Chip Zinn. .Danny Maxwell was an afternoon guest. Things will be rather quiet around here for a while since the hunters all went home Sunday. Mr. Garland Snuffer, Tommy Snuffer and Lonny Snuffer returned to their homes in Beckley, and Darrell Snuffer and son Danny went back to Akron, Ohio. Mrs. Henrietta Fortney and granddaughter Shelly, Miss Edna Hess of Morgantown and Miss Janet Smith of Alabama, were guests in the home of Miss Kay Wilson, Friday October 20. Walter Clevenger was involved in an automobile accident in the curve near the Dale Starcher residence. The Tanner P.T.A. will hold an auction in the gymnasium of the Tanner School November 10. Col. Ed Duelly Will be the auctioneer. They will feature Christmas items. The mer- chandise will all be now. There will be a housewarming at the new home of Kenton and Peggy Frymier on the Tanner-Newberne Road, Sugdy, Novembe 6 and'p,m Friends et relatives are all welcome. Mrs. Gladys Woodford of Barber- ton. Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Woodford and baby of Columbus, Ohio, also a niece and nephew, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. F.K. Hinzman of the Tanner-Nowberne Road, Sunday. October 23. Johnny Frame, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Frame. was home to see his parents last weekend. Johnny is serving with the United States Marine Corps. He is stationed in South Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Waggoner of Bull Fork are spending a few days in Akron. Ohio visiting their daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ralston. Mrs. Waggoner has an appointment with her doctor there. too. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Carlson of Canton. Ohio. were guests of Mrs. Carlson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. H.K. Frymier of Bull Fork, the weekend of October 23. Mrs. Grace Wells of Indiana and a friend will be guests of Mrs. Wells' parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.K. Hinzman, this weekend. Mr. and Mrs, Page Hinzman of Pineville are expected in this weekend. They have bought a home in Camden Flats and will be moving into it when Mr. Hinzman retires in the early part of December. Miss Kay Wilson of the Tanner-Nowberno Road hasn't been feeling up to par for a couple of days. Sure hope she will soon be OK again. Mr. and Mrs. Kline Frymier were honored with a "kitchen-bathroom" shower Sunday afternoon, October 23. They received a variety of lovely Rifts. Those present wore: Mrs. Ethel Ball of Grantsville, grandmother of Mrs. Frymier, Mrs. Freda Whitzol and Miss Ernestine Ball, both of Grantsvillo, Mrs. Junior Ball of Par.kersburg. Mrs, Delores Byrd, Miss Darlene Byrd, Miss Luanne Bryd, Mr. and Mrs. Meigs Mathony, David Gainer. Mr. and Mrs. Kenton Frymier and daughter, Melisha. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Frymiar and children. Mille and Mesholle. Mr. and Mrs. H.K. Frymier and children, David, Joyce, Dour and Randy, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Radcliff and children. Robbie, Robin, Cindy and Dale, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Frymier and daughter, Amy. Freda Grogg and Kay Wilson sent gifts but woron't present. Well, I guess we aro going to have our "Indian Summer" after all. The weather is so nice, for a change, one could spend hours walking through the woods and enioying the beauty of nature. And speaking of the beauties of nature, a herd of dear stampeded through our yard last night. Sounded like a herd of wild horses. Vehicle strikes at Baldwin A 1968 Volkswagen station wagon ran offthe highway at the Russell Bush, home at Baldwin and into a tree at approximately 8:40 a.m,. Monday. October 24. according to an aocident report on file in the Gilmer County Sheriff's Office. The station wagon was driven by Robert T. Hatton, 17, of Troy. He allegedly was attempting to avoid hitting a 1971 Gremlin, which Gladys Wilson, 64, of Baldwin was pulling onto the highway from her driveway across from the Bush home. Extensive damage was done to Hatton's vehicle and to the tree. Sheriff Clark R. James investi- gated the incident No citation was issued. Moore becomes Social Worker Bryan L. Moore, former Glenville City Policeman, has" accepted a position as Social Worker with the West Virginia Department of Welfare in Harrisville. His activities cover Area 7 of West Virginia, which is Ritchie and Pleasants Counties. Moore, a graduate of Norman- town High School and Glenville State College, officially took over his duties on Tuesday, October 25. He and his wife, Dale, continue to reside in Pine Manor Apartments on Sumac Court in Glenvillo. Call 462-7309 to place YOUR ad! Be Ready For Any Cr/s/s THE EARTH STOVE BIIRNS 14 HRS. ON ONE ARMFUL OF WOOD OR COAt HFAT. AN AREA OF 6 ROOMS AND CONVERTS TO AN OPEN FIRE WlTN SCREEN SFT HEAT DFSIRFD-GFT EVFN HEAT WITH AUTOMATIC DAMPER. COOKING TOP-- SlOW COOK, FRY, ROLL. RURNS 2/3 l FSS FUFt THAN REG. CONV. WOOD STOVES BFCAI)SE IT'S EFFICIFNT. FIRFPtACF CONVERSION MODEl AVAILABLE. THF MOST RFAUTIFlll AND FFFICIENT WOOD STOVE ON THF MARKET. HEAT AN FNTIRF MORIIF HOME FFFICIFNT CA.T IRON COOKING RANGFS, School have meeting On Friday, October 21, of Gilmer County hold at the Board of in Glenville. Also attending were: Ronald J. Welty, of Schools; Robert H. Assistant Suporintendent; Chuey, Special Education and Mrs. Susan McCartnsY. Specialist. Superintendent WaRy meeting by discussing the hot water line at the Another item up for discussion purchase of trays for the all the schools. One have been ordered and distributed to the schools The next item discussed present sick leave policy. Mr. Welty then brought Enorgy Conservation will be used again this year county. Welty stated that consumption was less this than it was two years Program was not year but there was energy to the consciousness of the shortage, he said. This Program will be conducted on a basis. At this point, Mr. the floor. He discussed the program and the Su Reading Programs in the also mentioned the textbook It seems, he said, that some, schools are running out of and he suggested that be ordered. Also discussed was storage building that is to beginning December 27. The building has been received, building will be constructed of the old storage building nea r garage. Next. Ms. Jessie the Reading is Program. In this program, bean purchased and to the schools. Students in through 8 will be able to of their choice to keep. There five distributions of books the year and those books left be Riven to the school Ms. Chuey also discussed education, and the referral ation, placement and education plan. To end the meeting, survey sent to the citizens of the concerning the county school were given to the principals and will be discussed at .Ieeling in the near future. Accident investi, by Sheriff " The Gilmer Count Department investigated an at 9:40 a.m. Monday, according to a report on file Gilmer County Courthouse. The report, filed by Dale Hacker Jr., states that the involved a 1975 Mack truck Ronnie Williams, 28, vehicle driven by Steven : Campbell. 20, of Aberdeen. According to the vehicles were traveling south 33-119 near the home of Beryl of Baldwin when the occurred. Both vehicles had moved Deputy Hacker arrived on the No damage was reported Damage to the Campbell estimated at $300. No citations were issued, Woman charged in traffic accident Theresia Martha Weston, was charred with have her vehicle under connection with a traffic which occurred at a a.m., Friday, Octobor 14.. . According to an accidem on file with the Gilor Detachment of the Police, Ms. Riley was Toyota. She was traveling 33-119. According to the came around a curve 1V miles south of came around the curve, apparently lost control of her and ran into an embankmOm" Damage to the car was at $1,000. The accident was Trooper W.P. Sutton, who Riley for the traffic violation, ,SHOULD YOU I HARRIS1/ILLE I Nm OR USED 4 THE HF00T IT WITH WOOD SHOP 1 00m-OLaS 1 MI. PASTWATTERS SMITH MEMORIAL STATE PARK | ON DUCK CREEK RD. OFF !-79 LOST CREEK EXIT 110 | ,160 East Main St. Phone745-402 Mondw-SturclylO-8 I We're not vecy far fro  FINANCING "AS LITTLE AS $22.00 A MONTH" | arid | Pa kersbur