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November 22, 1984

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Continued from Page 1 Sand PTA Meeting ................... The Sand Fork PTA will meet November 27, at 7 p.m. Dr. Phil Alkire, the superintendent, will be there to speak on the Master Plan for Education. All parents are urged to attend. Card Shower ............................. A card shower will be held in honor of the 90th birthday of Mr. F.K. Hinzman December 3, 1984. Cards may be sent to Rt. 1, Box 111, Cox's Mills, WV 26342. Karen Molar - Tony D'Amico Revival .................................. There will be a revival at the Oak Grove United Methodist Church at Baldwin, beginning Sunday even- ing, November 25, at 7 p.m. The pastor is Reverend Oral B. Hatcher. Everyone is welcome. FFA Meeting ............................. The Gilmer County FFA will meet November 27, at 7 p.m. in the GCHS cafeteria. The meeting will be held for the initiation of Greenhands. All parents and members are invited. Folk Festival Meeting ..................... The Folk Festival will have a meeting November 28, at 7 p.m. in the Country Store. The main purpose of the meeting is to discuss whether the Country Store should of Karen bachelor of science degree in return to Cedar Lakes for another year. All interested in- _ , D'Amico has been electrical engineering in 1981dividuals should plan to attend. )avi the parents, Mr. from Rutgers University. He is d J -dos Mohr of Col- employed as a microcomputer Home Health Care Meeting ................ Ohio. and Mr. engineer by Texas Instruments The monthly meeting of the Board of Directors of Sum- ly LOuis D'Amico of in Houston. mit Home Health Care, Inc., will be held Wednesday, York. The Reverend John D. Milam November 27, at 7 p.m. in the Conference Room of the 1978 graduate of of Niagara Fails, New York, will Medical Center on Mineral Road in Glenville. The public -- School and at-officiate an April 13, 1985 wed-is invited to attend this meeting, and if anyone wishes to County Communi- ding in Houston, Texas. address the Board, they need to contact Don Voytish at is employed by Karen is the granddaughter of P.O. Box 215, Glenville, WV 26351, or by phone at Photography in Sarah Mohr James and the late 462-5796 before the meeting. h' Xas" v d Riley Mohr. and Mr and Mrs, . recei e a Guy Ash of Normantown. Board of Education Meeting ................ The regular meeting of the Gilmer County Board of , Education will be held Wednesday, November 28, at 7 p.m. at Glenville Elementary School. 4 County resident is school honor, PCC academic and ore than 150 college division scholarships. Community College Recipients are ascertained on scholarshipsthe basis of various criteria. semester. Awarded a scholarship from Gilmer County is Ronald Collins among the awar- of Stumptown. who received a Foundation, high PCC academic scholarship. I ed with Latin not take more bedroom and a if you, like many invite Latin by becoming a to a student from America". Approx- American high will be arrwmg through the Inter- Program, a will be coming Brazil. Chile. Paraguay and Sad will live in the for mx months. Lg is look- that are willing students. looking for families learn about other ideas, and that are to introduce a stu- American culture." ',to Patricia Murray, of Host Fatal- for Youth for in Ohio and Ms. Murray add- and students friendships that last a lifetime. That is really what the exchange experience is all about: Enduring friend- ships between people of dif- ferent national origins and cultural backgrounds." One of the students who will be arriving is Nanette Ortega. a seventeen-year old girl from Chile. Nanette is eager to share her outgoing personality with a large, close-knit, active family. She is a good student with a career interest in psychology. In her spare time, she likes to read. dance, jog, go to the movies and shop. Another student coming to this area is eighteen-year old Carlos Barbieri from Argentina. Carlos is a very good student with interests in math and history, He hopes to become an electro-mechanical engineer and likes to help his father in his outboard engine factory. He would like to live in a small town with a family interested in out- door activities. Carlos enjoys fishing, camping and water ski- ing. For other exchange oppor- tunities through Youth for Understanding, contact Patricia Murray in the Columbus, Ohio office at 1-80(O872-O200. MeNage Comu Amo In tim Classifieds Phone 462.7374 N. Lewis St. Glenville, WV CATALOGS AV UU E GCHS Class of 1975 Reunion ............... The Gilmer County High School Class of 1975 is current- ly preparing for it's ten-year reunion and is in need of some addresses. Anyone having information concern- ing the following persons should contact Judi Davisson by phoning 462-8690 as soon as possible. Addresses needed are: Judy Louise Kelley, Joyce Lea Losh, Patricia Jean Minor, Kimberly Jean McKay, Sandra Stalla Perry, Bernard Everett Richards, and Douglas Eugene Squibb. GED Testing at Career Center .......... .... The Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center began its G.E.D. Testing Schedule, Monday., November 5. All GED tests given at the Career during_the regular school day, 8:00 =Lm. 0ntll 3:30 p.m, The testing schedule is easy to remember "ALL GED TESTS AT THE CAREER CENTER ARE GIVEN ON THE FIRST MONDAY OF EACH MONTH THAT SCHOOL IS IN SESSION AND START PROMPTLY AT 8:00 A.M." Testing days are as follows: Dec. 3, Jan. 7, Feb. 4, March 4, April 1, May 6, and June 3. Pre-register for the GED Test by phoning David White at the Career Center, 354-6151. Social Security Visit Change ............... Due to the Thanksgiving Day holiday, Social Security representatives will not visit Glenville on Thursday, November 22. The next visit will be Thursday, November 29. Annual Christmas Parade and Chop Suey Din- her e . . o , , J . , o . o . . , . , . , o . , , , , . ~ = , ~ e . . . . .. The annual Business Association Christmas Parade and Chop Suey Dinner will be held Friday, November 30, beginning at 4:30 p.m. Anyone interested in entering a float in the parade should contact a member of the Association immediately. NinMy-smllll percent of the ~'s waters m in the oceans. % PURCHASE I PAIR./t- HO ,T R GUL R EQI~L VALUE Z ill ~I0 ~avx/ 8# The Glenv e Democrat'Pat 3 I itn Continued from Page i return to the counties is $74,025.00. which accrued from races for statewide office, Con- grass. House of Delegates, State Senate, circuit iudge, and delegate to national political party conventions. The $412.60 being returned to Gilmer County is required to be placed by the sheriff into the Gilmer County General Fund. Manchin said the highest return to an individual county (since the determination is population}, is to Kanawha County, which receives $5,698.24, The lowest is $287,92 to Wirt County, but the figures vary according to the number of candidates who filed for office. Secretary of State Manchin distributed $30.924.38 following the General Election in November of 1982. Nerw Zealand oxtencled the vote to women in 1893, 27 years before women were allowed to vote in the LIp~I Sty. ml I - I1 I I II ......... I I ..... -- Mon., December 24 Tues., December 25 Wed., December 26 Thurs., December 27 Fri., December 28 CLOSED CLOSED OPEN DEADLINE 12 NOON MAILING. Mon., December 31 CLOSED Tues., January I CLOSED Wed., January 2 OPEN Thurs., January 3 DEADLINE 12 NOON Fri., January 4 MAILING, . Papers will arrive late these two weeks. II I II llil I I Illl ..... CENTER ViOl J: I SISIDI Going to a party for the holidays? Need a tan for that "special" party?. Stop by our office and we will see that you have a tan for all holiday partiesi f Bring in this ad and we will deduct $1.00 off your first ~.ion. 482.5775 FOR THE BEST PIZZA IN TOWN COME TO The tuning Room f=r pizza persia, b hdaV parties, or othm Idol dudng the aftmmmt: wffi n I / # i i 15 / can i FREE. / The following insurance agencies in GlenviL t) will be closed November 22 and 23 in obse- vance of Thanksgiving. Collins humrance Agency State Farm Insurance Dan Johnson, Agent Nationwide Ken Agent Have A Happy Holiday 46 Fairground Rd.