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It The Gl,~nvUle Democrat/Pa~der November 20. 1975 Grand visitation held by Eastern Star L-R: State Worthy Grand Patron John Bogers and State Worthy Matron Gussie M. Cadsorph pose with Mary Ellyeon, Worthy Matron, and Donald Loudin, Worthy Patron of Glenville Chapter No. 90, Order of Eastern Star. Glenville Chapter No. 90 Order of the Eastern Star held grand visitation ceremonies Thursday evening, Nov. 13, during which State Worthy Grand Matron Gussie M. Cadsorph, Charles- ton, and State Worthy Grand Patron John Bogers, West Liberty, paid a visit to the local lodge. The session title was "Bells of Freedom". Glenville officers participating in the ceremonies were Mary Ellyson. Worthy Matron; Donald Loudin, Worthy Patron; Nancy Whiting, Assoc. Matron: Jack Whiting. Assoc. Patron; Elsie Kirkpatrick, Secretary; Rosalee Davis, Treasurer; Sue Loudin. Con- ductress; Lorraine Small, Assoc. Conductress; Mary Stewart. Chaplain; J oann Boilon, Ma rshall; Jean Spurgeon, Organist; Tanya Turner. Adah; Lenita Reale, Ruth; Beulah Roberts. Ester; Jeane Kennedy, Martha; Doris Adams. Electa; Irene Ware. Warder: and Denver Roberts. Sentinel. III I IRIImmmm~I| Sat. Nov. 22, V2 mi. from Rt. 5, on Sand Fork Creek starting at I p. m. Walnut library table, dinning table. 4 dinning chairs old stand table, old I wash stand, 2 split bottom chairs, lot odd stands, folding tables, frigidaire, smoke stands, iron bed complete, iron bed, 1/2 iron bed, old iron fold cot, 3 chest of drawers, dresser, glass door cabinet, dish cabinet, cabinet base, lot dishes [some old]. iron skillets, lot pots & pans, electric mixer, electric coffee pot. sausage nflll, food chopper, lunch paris, roaster, canner, window fan, 2 big wall mirrors, wall shelf, old picture frames, lot bed clothing, quilt pieces, vacuum cleaner, electric paint sprayer, portable typewriter, clarinet [same I as new], complete set encyclopedia, Xmas decorations. 2 gas heaters, lot I I items to numerous to mention. Not responsible for accidents Parking space limited Terms cash Auctioneer: Clark Minney Leonard Murphy,~ Owner Randall Spaur, Sale Manager III III IIm Straight Answers From Your Power Company This is one in a series of replies to questions be- tug asked by our customers. Answering today is Helen Waters, Monongahela's rural home counselor. QUESTION: Where can ! get information on how to conserve energy in the home? ANSWER: Monongahela Power Company offers many consumer booklets called "Reddy Facts," which provide detailed information on how to save on the use of electricity in the home. For example, we have "Reddy Facts" that explain how to conserve electricity when you use ranges, ovens, refrigerators, freezers, water heaters, laundry equipment, air con- .ditioning, and heating systems. Other "Reddy Facts" booklets provide in- formation on proper insulation, humidity con- trol, and electrical safety in the home. And one~ of the most popular is our Reddy Facts Energy Saving Cookbook. All of these booklets are available at any of our business offices. Or you may order what you need by writing to our Customer Services Department, P. O. Box 1392, Fairmont, W. Va. 26554. Also, Monongahela offers talks and slide presentations for group meetings, discussing and demonstrating how energy can be conserved in the home. To schedule a pres- entation for your group, just call any Monon- gahela office. Effective conservation of electric energy becomes more important every day. It can help you to hold down your costs of electricity while helping to conserve the nation's dwind- ling supplies of fossil fuels. And it can help postpone the need for very expensive new power facilities which can make electric rates go even higher. Monongahela Power Parl of the Allegheny Power System ˘ IIII by Everett Mesea exteask.m gut Wieterizb| smell eiql/ees Small engines around homes and farms may be hard to start next spring, especially if proper care and preparation for winter storage are not made now. Such engines can be properly serviced before fall storage. Here are some guidelines: I. If the engine is water cooled, drain the radiator and leave it open to drain condensation during winter. 2. With the engine warm, drain the crankcase and with fresh oil of proper weight and type. 3. Completely drain all gasoline from the fuel tank, fuel lines, and carburetor to prevent gum deposits from forming. 4. Remove spark plugs and pour about a tablespoon of clean oil into the cylinder. 5. Replace old spark plugs, or clean and properly adjust them. 6. Thoroughly clean the engine. Remove blower housing and clean all dirt and chaff from cylinder heads and fms. Replace blower housing. 7. Service the air cleaner. 8. Tighten all loose screws and bolts. 9. Seal the breather and exhaust pipe to keep out moisture. 10. Cover the engine with a piece of canvas or old blanket and store in a dry place under cover. Public television station WWVU- TV (Channel 11) is participating in a national campaign to help fl ht breast cancer, in connection with an hour-long Public Broadcasting Service documentary airing locally Monday, November 24, at 8:00 p. m. The special, "Why Me?", is a candid, straightforward report on breast cancer - how it is detected and what can be done about it. Narrated and hosted by actress Lee Grant, the program intimately documents what happens after discovery and surgery as ten women who have undergone mastectomies describe their physical and emotional experiences. At g:00 p. m., immediately following the national telecast, WNVVU-TV will present a live follow-up phone-in titled "Ask About Breast Cancer." Area viewers may call WWWrU-TV studios toll free at {304) 293-4922 and ask a panel of experts questions concerning breast cancer. Viewers may talk directly to panel members or their questions will be written down and passed on. The 60-minute live follow-up telecast will be hosted by WWVU-TV's Carolyn Bailey and will include panel participants Mrs. Ova Reeves, Local Coordinator of the Monougalia County Reach to Recovery; Dr. Joseph Agate. Assistant Professor of Radiology at WN'U; Dr. Raymond B, Weiss, Chairman of the Division of Oncolugy at WVU and Associate Professor of Medicine; and Dr. Alvin L. Watne, Chairman of the WVU Department of Surgery and Charleston Foundation Professor of Cancer Research. The American Cancer Society and Reach to Recovery volunteers will serve as phone operators during the telecast. The Japanese believe that the Northeast is an unlucky direc- tioz~ to go) to. SAVE GAS JIM WEGMANN, INC. Your Authorized Volkswagen Dealer 1710 14rh St. Parkersburg, W. Vs. 485-5451 [ I Dr. Raymond Jones rehearses GSC choir preparing for seven-county tour. The Glenville State College Concert Choir left Wednesday, Nov. 19. for its annual Fall tour of high school and churches. The 39-voice choir will give programs in high school assemblies and present evening concerts in churches in Wirt, Roane. Clay, Nicholas, Fayette, and Green- briar Counties. The programs for high schools includes contemporary, popular pieces with guitars and percussion instru- ments. The evening concert programs consist of traditional choral works from the late Renaissance through the Classic and Romantic eras. extending into the twentieth-century period. The choir also sings several arrangements of old folksongs which are traditionally known as carols. Dr. Raymond D. ]ones. Director of Choir Activities at GSC. is Director of the Choir and the tour. With but two exceptions, all of the choir members are from West Virginia. The frst stop on the tour was a 10:00 a. m. program at Wirt County high school, Elizabeth. That evening they presented a concert in the Calvary United Methodist Church, Ripley. Lodging in the homes of church members was provided that night. Today, Thursday, they will present a 10:00 a. m. program at Spencer high school, a noon program at Walton high school.and a 2:00 p. m. Methodist Church is scheduled for that evening, with lodging provided by Richwood high school students. Friday's schedule calls for a program at the Gauley Bridge high school at 10:00 a, m,, followed by lunch at Greenbrier West high school and an informal get-together with their choir during the afternoon rehearsal. In early afternoon, they will leave for White Sulphur Springs and check into a motel. At five, they will leave for Lewisburg United concert in evening. they will trip to Glenvi~ These tra~g Dr. Jones. in other fields. Standing Time ALSO MEN WITH TRACTORS OR YEAR AROUND HAULING CALL OR WR,11: Mark Ellis F orester COASTAL LUMBER P O Box 218 Gassaway Phone: oSpeed Q. • Gibson • program at, Clay County high school. Immediatel~ following the Clay .... Washers •Refrigerators • program, they will leave for Richwood See the Zenith Color Sets on where they will be the dinner guests of the high school music department. A We install and service all concert in the Richwood United RHOADESPLUMBINGEt Wieter opeaiq Pearl I ck/area The Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Museum in Hillsboro, WV, will remain open this winter. Trained guides in colorful dresses of the 1890's will be availabe to escort visitors through the historic house the Nobel Prize winning author was born in on June 26. 1892. Although the museum had been closed last winter for reasons of economy, the institution's ~directors decided at a recent board meeting to keep the museum open during the winter in preparation for the Bicentennial celebration. According to Mrs. George Hoylman of Gassaway. Foundation President. the new schedule will provide Bicentennial travelers the opportunity of visiting this historic shrine in the peace and quiet of the off-season in contrast with the crowded conditions expected during the spring and summer (~f 1976. At the Birthplace museum, plans are also being made for the annual St. Nicholas Day celebration between December 4th and 7th, Miss Buck's maternal ancestors came from Holland and St. Nicholas Day was always a time of great ioY and festivity. To recapture the social and religious flavor of the occasion, the house wi:A be decorated in the old-fashioned way. TRY A 15 Powell St. Glenville WE SERVICE ONLY T HOBBLES ORIGINAL PAINTINGS GROCERIES GASOLINE 907 N. Lewis St. Glenviile, Phone: 462.8635 VVe accept :ial on CBS ! pm-lO pm 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 home fully displayed and lighted for your shopping convenience Open Weekdays 8:00 - 7:30 Phone 269-1510 Member of W.Va. Mobile Home Association "The Waltons' Thanksgiving two-hour holiday visit with warming story of the Walton an Emmy-Award winning giving takes on a deeper Waltons find to be celebrate two Thanksgiving presented by: KANAWHA