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November 8, 1979

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i 10 The Glenviile Democrat.Pathfinder Soil ConServationists to meet at Mill The thirty-eighth annual meeting of the West Virginia Soil and Water Conservation Districts Supervisors' Associa- tion will be held at Jackson's Mill on Tuesday, November 6, and Wednesday, November 7. The organization works with many agencies and groups to help landowners and users in the state with programs that benefit all citizens. On Tuesday, the annaul meeting will begin after lunch with a business meeting, followed by supervisors' workshops. On the workshop panel are Marvin Wotring and H. Leroy Kaufman of the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service; James Facemire, state director, Farmers Home Administra- tion; and Richard J. Cook, supervisor, West Fork Soil Conservation District. Commissioner of Agriculture and Chairman of the State Soil Conservation Committee, Gus R. Douglass, will give remarks at the even- ing session and the Goodyear Awards will be presented to the first place district, Southern SCD, and the second place district Greenbrier SCD. On Wednesday, winners of various contests and achieve- ment programs will be honored and a banquet will be held at 6:00 p.m. Master of Ceremonies for the banquet is Billy Burke, executive director of the state ASCS. Noted speakers on Wednes- day morning are Governor I IIII IIII I II Rigid Tools Hydraulic Hose & Fittings Approved Orange Gas Pipe and Fittings Iron Pipe Fittings 21 Fairground Rd. 462-5689 Night 269-4961 or 269-4785 or 269-5877 III II IIII II II laB mill ,JU il, l in " could do' wo in nn nl kin in I rann man in our alw= employ lax un John D. Rockefeller, IV; Walter Peechatka, executive secretary, Pennsylvania Con- servation Commission; Craig Right, state conservationist of the Soil Conservation Service; Dr. Lee Balliet, state resource conservation coordinator, SSCC; and Robert Lott, direc- tor of the Northeast Region of the National Association of Conservation Districts. A major event before the closing of the annual con- ference on Wednesday night, will be the presentation of awards to the first and second place winners of the soil con- servation district's conserva- tion farmer of the year program in West Virginia. Supervisors from the 14 soil conservation districts in West Virginia make up the board of directors of the soil and water supervisors' association, and those serving are President David Tuckwiller, Lewisburg. Greenbrier Valley SCD; Vice- President Steve Lebnick, Bruceton Mills, Monongahela SCD; Secretary N. Bayard Green, Huntine*')n, Guyan SCD; Treasurer Dale Miller, Moatsville, Tygarts Valley SOD; and other members, R. C. Alford, Charleston, Capitol SCD; George Heidrich, Charles Town, Eastern Panhandle; Kyle Groves, Canvas, Elk SCD; John Sims, New England, Little Kanawha SCD; Charles Pugh, Chester, Northern Panhandle; W. C. Taylor, Petersburg, Potomac Valley SCD; Aubrey Riner, Fayetteville, Southern SCD; Jim McFarland, St. Marys, Upper Ohio SCD; Wayne Hughes, Ravenswood. Western SCD; O. R. Spurgeon, New Milton, West Fork SCD; and past president Burl Allen of Cameron. Reverend Kipp elected vice-president of convention Rev. James L. Kipp, pastor of the First Baptist Church, Glenville, was elected first vice-president of the West Virginia Baptist Convention during the annual meeting in Fairmont, October 16-18. The West Virginia Baptist Convention is a Baptist organization of 675 churches, 122,000 members and af- filiated with the American Bap- tist Churches U.S.A. Sand Fork i Recent visitors of Goldie Sibert of Sand Fork were her daugher, Wanda Rogers and her roommate Amanda Otto, October 14-15. Wanda is a nurse in the Aultman Hospital in Canton, Ohio. She has work- ed 30 years. Amanda is a heart technician. They came down for Wendell Arbogast's birth- day, bringing him nuts, candy, cigars and a birthday cake. Many happy birthdays Wendal. Margaret and David Rosey and son Eric, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Carr of Sand Fork are building a new home at Roanoke. They have already moved in and are finishing it up themselves. David is an engineer and at one time work- ed on the Burnsville Dam. His parents, the Poseys also live at Roanoke. Mr. and Mrs. Carr and her daughter Lillie also visited Mrs. S V iS Sugar since ye from t be farnil Active in Baptist work for FFA Alumni Association many years, Rev. Kipp has served on the convention ex- Former FFA members have C. M ' lti ecutive committee; executive united to charter the Gilmer se leCtc" board and the Long Range County FFA Alumni Associa- Gilrne L l Planning committee. Before tion as a local Affiliate of the AssOC . ricers moving to Glenville, he servedNational FFA Alumni Associa- vice as Area Minister for central tion. West Virginia. This new organization is As a minister he has served pastorates in Kansas, West Virginia and chaplain in the United States Air Force. II II III il II I II II I Turkey Shoot tool Glenville State College Barn Mineral Road 10:00 A.M. Saturday, November 10, 1979 Ammunition Furnished (No Sleeve Guns) Sponsored By Glenville Jaycees I II IIII II I main iF ur ul li II Wl n lin | In ill aimed at promoting a greater knowledge of the agricultural industry and supporting education in agriculture. It will not only provide past FFA Alum members the opportunity to assist in and keep abreast ofthe current activities, but it will for also give them an opportunity to strengthen and boost the gen current educational program, a Eaton elected vice president tion of association Mr. James W. Eaton, Assis- tant Professor of Economics at Glenville State College, was elected Vice-President of the Mountain Slate Economics ceSS or h agt of Association at the associa- tion's annual meeting held in tact Harpers Ferry on October 19 ..... and 20. i Professor Lewis Bell of West Virginia University was elected President of the MESA and Professor William E. CoDb of the West Virginia College of Graduate Studies was choses as secretary-treasurer. Reunion held at Stewart home A reunion was held at the ; home of Mrs. Grace Stewart on ; October 16 at Normantown. Present were: .Mrs. Grace ; Stewart, Normantown, Mr. and Mrs. R. (Ernest) Stewart, Nor- mantown, Mr. and Mrs. Scott : Stewart, Ellenboro, Mr. and : Mrs. Ray Watson, Elizabeth, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Watson, ," Elizabeth and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace S. Stewart, Southgate, Michigan. ,, ~+ + i + + = +.% 6+ %'..p%- %.%. %,, ..,,- -,,;. %,, ,,;o %o%--;* ',~,,~',, II BRAXTON cO. TICKETS: ON SALE Glenville Vo MAIL ORDERS" GAS, CALL 364-5525 .d,.: