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now available Scholarship throughout t seeking financial enter college of Student said it is in mind the 1, 1976 for appropriations $1,800,000 for :the state of West State Student of the U.S. This amount will )roximateiy which up to a maximum year, Thralls program was Legislature and to enable to further their tabulated by the that 9,250 West assistance of Thralls said. monetary awards the limits of qualified under- show need for to attend public universities in The scholarship directly to the of the student. ~u:lent must be a States; have been West Virginia the a scholarship or renewal; require to pursue a person of good have academic as academic as a student in scholarships an approved West Virginia college or university of his or her choice. Additional information is avail- able from high school counselors, college and university financial aid offices or by writing directly to the West Virginia Scholarship Program, West Virginia Board of Regents, Institute. West Virginia 25112. Interested persons may also contact Rick Simon, Awareness counselor (Education Awareness Tal- ent Search Project) at the Administra- tion Building at GSC. He will provide scholarship applications and assist students in filling out forms. e/ncts officers of Cbarbston conference Donna Wilson of Grantsville was elected vice president for the West Virginia Association of Distributive Education Clubs of America {DECA} during its annual fall conference held in Charleston on October 4. Over 50 chapters representing about 1,000 young people exploring careers in retailing, were represented at the conference. The main order of business was the election of officers. Donna is president of the local CaLhoun-Gilmer Career Center DECA Chapter. She is the daughter of Mrs. Tessa Miller and is employed by B & R Foods in Grantsville. Brenda Richards, daughter of Mrs. Arleen Curry of Glenville, participated as a voting delegate. Accompanying the students were Mrs. Cinda Echard, Chapter Advisor and Mrs. Tessa Miller parent and chaperone. Students who enter DECA are usually participating in a vocational program which allows them to take classroom activity one-half day, while using the other half to gain practical experience working for a business in their communities. H mm~i! 4 OZ. OZ. Constrnct/on/ per & b l) Felt Pets MANY OTHER ItmS ..... : GtEIIVlU ..... ..... ...... 4 milts horn en Weston Road Pju COURSE MEALS AND PIZ2AS Tbmd=y 10: am. lil a.m. Salmd=y 10. am. lil 5.00 a.m. p.m. ill 2.00 a.m. Out Orders Phone 462-5219 Cecil Smith, Wand= Pr0prieters November 6, 1975 ................ ...................o.................:...............::.'.:.:.:.'.~.'.....,.-.........*.. ~.~.~.~:~:~:~:~:~:~:.:~:~:~::~;~;~:~:;~:~;:~:~:~:~:;~:~:~:;:~:;~;~;~;:~:~:~:~:;:;:~:;::::::::::::::::::::::::::~ elect offic The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder m New Gilmer Jaycee chapter held orientation meeting last week for swearing-in of officers. Chapter will receive state charter at Recreation Center banquet on November 17. Front row [l-r] Jim Collins, treasurer; Steve Ellyson, secretal~j; Mike #mderson, president; Bill Turner, internal vice president; Mike Messenger, external vice president. Second row t-r] Denver Alkins, Region m vice president; B. IC Clay, State president; John Westfail; Dennis Fitzpatrick; Gene Williamson, State Chapter director. Third row [l-r] Greg Nicholson, public relations; Richard Smith, Weston Jaycees representative; Don Parks, State |aycee executive veep; Tom Wilkerson, Bob Hardman, Hardman, Wilker~m, Fitzpatrick and Westfall are members of the Board of Directors. Jaycees are seeking new members. to be offered here Cookie or cake recipe:, ~h:~t call for both milk and ~h~c~ late or cocoa can be m~d with chocolate flavored milk or chocolate milk drinks, HEARING TEST SI:'F FOR *~t ! GLENWILLE W. VIRGINIA Electronic hearing test w~ ~e riven st the Conrad ltotel in C4envilio each third Wednesda~ of the month from 2 p.m. to 4 p,m by Mr. Kemper Hyre, Certified ltearin8 Aid Audiologist. ! ! BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICtl 442-B. W. Pike St Clarksburg. VV.Va. 26301 West Virginia University's Fire Extension Service is training personnel. for Emergency Medical S3rvices units in 13 counties of Northern West Virginia, including Gilmer County. WVU has received an $18,897 grant from the U. S. Department of Health, Education and Welfa re, through West Virginia's Region VI and VII Planning and Development Councils, for the project. Part of the grant also will be used to develop and teach a 12-hour fire leak Agriculture Commissioner Gus R. Douglass announced today that Dr. Roy Blaser. chairman and university awareness course for law enforcement officials as well as Emergency Medical Services personnel, according to H. Lee Hustead, program leader for the WVU Fire Extension Service. He said Instructor John Hess has begun teaching the 4S-hour rescue and extrication course for Emergency Medical Services personnel in Braxton and Taylor counties. The course will be offered soon in six other communities. "This course teaches how to remove - without causing additional injury - victims trapped under overturned vehicles or in other dangerous situations," Hustead @aid. "The awareness course," he explained, "teaches how to identify hazardous situations and an under- standing of operating procedures used professor aO: the Department of by fire departments~. and law Agronomy VPI, will speak at the enforcement agencms so that effi- t IE E E E | E West Virginia Cattlemen's Associa- tion's Second Annual Convention, at Jackson's Mill near Weston, November 10-12. Mr. J. Dorsey Knight, president of the cattlemen's Association, said, I "Changes in cattle production in West -Virginia and throughout the United .StatesAa.-'au~bt ahem ~ ~ co~s,of fuel, grain, and other items, have made $est Virginia's ability to produce abundant amounts of hay and pasture more important to producing quality --= beef for the Nation's consumers." Dr. Blaser will speak twice on the morning of November 12; one presentation will be "'Year-Round Forages for Cow-Calf Operations"; and the other will be "Using Forages to Produce Beef for _---~ Slaughter." Commissioner Douglass said, "'Dr. Blaser is perhaps the most knowledge- able and experienced individual in the entire world on the efficient utilization of forages in beef production. He has m spent his entire life on research and Im teaching in this field and has received a number of awards for his outstanding work. Most of Dr, Blaser's current research and experimentation is involved with developing forage cow-calf management systems and forage-yearling management systems to fit typical farming operations found in the Eastern and Southeastern United States." Commissioner Douglass said that everyone is invited to attend the Cattlemen's Association Convention and that anyone wishing to have further information on the Cattlemen's Association Convention should contact Charlie Smailes, Secretary-Treasurer. West Virginia Cattlemen's Association. Route 3, Box 2, Rainelle, West Virginia 25926, telephone: 438-8629. ciency and smoother operations may be achieved when these different units are coping with emergencies," The Region V'I-VII Planning and Development Councils embrace Bar- bour, Braxton. Doddridge, Gilmer. Harrison. Lewis. Marion. Monongalia. Preston, Randolph. Taylor. Tucker, and counties, ...... D gmit Polyester T Shirt Knit Voile Cotton Print & Denim Crushed Velvet Bedspread Bed Pillows Decorator Lamps Over 100 to choose from Wall hugger Also Reg. $ 22.95 Reg $ 5.98 Reg. $109.00 Recliners Reg. $119.95 Reg. $149.95 Reg. $179.95 Reg. $249.95 Alao Some Toys Come and Browse Around Phone 462-8579 9:00 thru 6:00 Mon. thru Sat. Sunday 1:00 thru 6:00 Gel *r~c ~des fO!~J~r*g bcmrd el~**Drr~el~! for DU~ $ 1.59 yd. $ 1.59 yd. $ 1,59yd. Now$ 16.95 Nov: $ 2.50 Now $ 45. Now $ 59.95 Now $ 69.95 Now S 79,95 Now $129.95 BANKAMERICARO LR.'$ mOTOR SALES topper "like new" 21,000 miles ~ 6 cyl, auto, new radial tles '70 Maverick 2 dr coupe 6 cyl, standard trans. '69 Ford Pickup, F-t00, 6 cyl, 3 speed, radio Others Station Wagon '67 Dodge Van - Custom carpet and paneling, fancy wheel~. '70 Chevy 1 ton truck, dual wheels '56 International 2 ton truck S speed. 2 speed rear axle. Ahnlr Ottk to C se From NEW CARS OR TRUCKS. BUT IF THAT IS WHAT YOU WANT SEE US TODAY WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. "BUY WHERE LOW OVERHEAD DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE." NOTOR . it 5 2..T 03 Uu,