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10 The Glenville Democrat/ Pathfinder November 3, 1977 RIF Program LJrlderway in county RIF PROGRAM--Normantow. Elementary teacher [left centerl is shown with students during book distribution at Normantown trader the Reading is Fundamental Program. [Photo by Roer Brady] I I I I / .| Lo(:at(;d Behird Towne Book- s:(re Dhectly Across from Post 8 x 10 Natural Color Portrait Your Choice of Pose ONLY 99 € Plus 50 cents Handling at Conrad Hotel Glenville, VVV Thursday Nov. 10th Hours 1:00 - 7:30 p.m. Last Time Before Xmas Four Backgrounds for Your Selection PLEASE PRESENT THiS AD TO OUR PHOTOGRAPHER ....  Ha age limit !!! Yes, We Have Charms Family Groups $1.00 Only one offer per family Campbell's Studio ,€ The RIF {Reading is Fundmental} Program got underway at all the county schools Wednesday, October 26. Under this program, books of interest to elementary students will be distributed to the grade schools five times over the school year. After each distribution, the books will be put on display in the schools and the students are free to select one book of their choice to keep. Books left over after each distribution will be brought back to the Board of Education Office and distributed again. Also included in RIF will be a Reading Motivation Program where the students will have plays, skits, posters or reports on their books to help in thier understanding of the books. Wednesday, October 26 was the first distribution date for RIF and all elementary schools participated. The response to the program was very encouraging as the students were excited and enthusiastic, according to a Board spokesman. Symphonette to be in Weston The West Virginia Symphonette will appear in Weston on Thursday, November 10 at 8 p.m. in the Auditorium of Weston lunior High School. This concert is sponsored by the Cultural Committee of the Stonewall [ackson Iubilee and the West Virginia Arts and Humanities Council. The West Virginia Symphonette, organized in lb69, is a 30-piece Chamber Orchestra composed of West Virginia musicians from various backgrounds including the National Symphony Orchestra, Marlboro Music Festival, West Berlin Opera, San Antonio Symphony, Wolf Trap Farm Performing Arts Festival, and Casals Festival Orchestra. The conductor and artistic director is Dr. Donald Portnoy. ROTARY DANCE SCHEDULED The Annual Dance sponsored by the Rotary Club of Glenville will be held on Friday, November 11, from 9 p.m. to midnight at the Gilmer County Recreation Center. Featured will be the Donnie Bartlett Band. Members of Rotary will be selling tickets to the affair. REVIVAL AT DAWSON There will be a revival meeting at the Dawson Baptist Church near Glenville beginning at 7:30 p.m., Sunday, November 13. Everyone is welcome to attend the services. FUQUA • i ! ,111 I I I • I I ii • . 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GIFT PACKAGE NO. 1 LIVING ROOM SUITE • Sofa & Chair • Cocktail Table • 2 End Tobies • 2 Lamps OR GiFT PACKAGE NO. 2 BEDROOM SUITE • Queen Size Bed & Headboard • Four Drawer Chest • Dresser with Mirror 'e Two Night Stands • Two Lamps OR GIFT PACKAGE NO. 3 YOUR CHOICE OF 2 APPLIANCES • GE Washer • GE Dryer • GE 19" Color TV • GE Built.in Dishwasher • GE Micro.Wave Oven Your home must be purchased between now and Wednesday, Nov. 23rd, 1977 and delivered and set up on your property in December, 1977, or January or February, 1978. (Order must be firm with approved financingL If you want to be snug in your new Fuqua home by Christmas  order your home at once. We will do all possible to'effect early delivery. Our local authorized Fuqua Homes, Inc. dealer is awaiting your visit and inspection of these fine Fuqua homes. He has been selected as a Fuqua Homes, Inc. dealer for his experience and integrity. He is a succe|ul bmlness man in your community and will assist in all phases of your home buying plans. M&NUIACTUIIIrl HOTICt Ilecotrs# of of/or o €onsont/y improve our pllfl, qd S'dlcdflczg@O, itquipme€ Oed Wsl ,ub€ f to change wthau notice I I i i AUTHORIZED DEALER BH,KHAP MODILE HOMB, INC. r. 0..Sex P Puq,J Homes. Inc.. Caldwell, Ohio OFFER IXPIRI$ AT MIDNIGHT  WED., NOV. 2lrdl, lqrr V THOSE ATTENDING JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB TEA, SEPTEMBER 28-.S|tting [left Ball, Llnda Tyler, Rite Hayner, Jane Anderson, Kathy Southern and Carla Conaway. Bourer, Cinda Echard, Reta Klght, Lucy Miller, Sharon Minney, Sherry DeRossett, Susan Hardman, Ann Minnlch, Eva Stout, Glenda Martz, Marllyn Dennison, Beverly Marks, Dixie Moyers, Connie Rastle and Diane Kuhl. [Democrat Photo] Public meeting conducted in Buckhannon HIGHWAYS COMMISSIONER Charles L. Miner during his appearance in Buckhannon. Halloween celebrated in schools through four. There was also a costume parade held in the gym and prizes, furnished by the PTA, were awarded. The Sand Fork Halloween party was held on Monday night at 7:30. They had games, a cake walk, and a costume contest. At Normantown, the Halloween party was held on Monday at 2 p.m, Grades K through four participated in a costume parade and were iudged in six categories. Then they returned to their classrooms for treats. After the costume parade in the gym. grades five through eight had a dance. Glenville Elementary had a small Halloween party on Monday, where grades K to four had refreshments in their rooms. I IIII I All of the Gilmer County grade schools conducted some kind of activity recently to celebrate Hallo- ween. On Friday, October 28, Troy Elementary school put on a Halloween play. The play was at 2 p.m. and grades two, three and four were involved in the production. Mrs• Sharon James was the Director of the play and she was assisted by Mrs. Betty ]enkins. Also, on Monday, October 31, Troy Elementary school had a Halloween party where the same grades participated in a Costume Contest. Tanner Elementary had its Halloween party on Monday, October 31 at 1:30 p.m• Homeroom teachers ser,ed refreshments in grades K II i :" : ?’':" !-" " :::?::':'">:::!’!!::::::!::$!:::i!:]:i:::  :i:!::::' ":::ii:7$?:!:]:!:!::i:ii’::,.:):!:]:!:" ': ..:..! i : " 5 " : • Normantown News by Nedra Allto graders won (14-4), but the 7th and 8th graders lost {1-29}, Good luck girls!! Mr. and Mrs. Howard Osborne spent last week in their log cabin on Steer Run. They are from LaGrange, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Alltop from Pennsboro visited his family over the weekend. Dale Beall was taken to the Calhoun General Hospital Emergency Room last Thursday night due to a severe nose bleed. He was not admitted to the hospital. Harley Alltop and son, Timmy, visited relatives in this area over the weekend. Mrs. Hugh lames and son, Nelson, from Grafton, Ohio visited his mother, Mrs. Macel lames, last week during the first week of squirrel season. Mrs. Macel lames has been quite ill lately with a bad cold. Mrs. Doy Pritt was admitted to the Calhoun General Hospital Sunday, October 23 and is still a patient there. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Chadwell of Spencer are proud to announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, born October 7 in the Roane 'General Hospital. Melissa Ann weighed 6 pounds. 12 V ounces. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Chadwell of North Ridgeville, Ohio. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Garland Smith of Spencer. Paternal great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. lames Chadwell of Steer Run. Diane Stalnaker (daughter of Byron and Ruth Stalnaker) and her daughter. Ashley, are now living in the old Stalnaker house on Steer Creek. Normantown Girls Basketball team traveled to Tanner October 24 to win one and lose one. The 5th and 6th DANCE SPONSORED ANNUALLY By Rotary Club of Glenville The West Virgini'a De Highways conducted a Monday, October 24. at County Courthouse in receive information from the citizens of the Planning and Development area. the meeting was coniunction with a regular the Planning and Attending from Gilmer David Gillespie. County President Beryl Langford Mayor Robert ]. Wyatt. Nearly 70 people Commissioner Charles explain the organization of the Department of Hi 7 includes Gilmer, Br Upshur, Barbour, Tucker Counties. 4 A discussion peru{ Commissioner's re fielded questions from the Among the prime discussion was the service roads. CaM-hauling school bus routes were at the meeting. In response to a supplies of salt and coming winter, explained the priorities which roads are treated The Commissioner also out that a seven-mile sectic Buckhannon bypass is under contract by 1979. This route around Buckhannon four contracts. Mr. Gillespie notfl,. Commissioner seemed'" to himself very well durin ihe and answer session. "He the answer and was Gillespie said. "And if he the answer, he would get it for.him." Mrs. Peggs visits Germany We received a note a subscriber, Mrs. Verald Baltimore, Maryland. tellin recent visit to Germany. We'll let Mrs. Peggs it: "My ten-year-old son month in Germany September with my younl Christine. It was a fanh The food was (like all foods}. ,," "The country is so almost unbelievable. There is speck of trash on the visited inside the wall at and even toured the castle American people would pride in this great land of really have something to be "Anyway, while in daughter presented me pound, five ounce first grandchild}, born on and named it Christina {Cordell), CETA OPENING The city of Glenville an extension for a CETA was obtained for the ci Robert J. Wyatt. The Ma representatives from ment Office. which CETA Program, extension on the F now have until November iob. Call 462-7309 to place Featuring DONNIE BARTLETT BAND Friday Nov. 11, 1977 9:00 to 12:00 pem. Gilmer County Recreation Center Tici00ets: $10.00 per couple HEAR GLENVILLE, 1 rdectronic given at the Conrad each third from 2 p,m, to 4 p.m. Hyre, BELTONE