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November 25, 1976

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6 The Glenville Democrat/ Pathfinder November 25, 1976 State's economic increase slows '""'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"""""''" Honor Rolls ,,,, National declines m the average work week. which normally .fore- shadow further cuts i, employment. probably would nol have been felt in the West Virginia economy except for the wildcat strikes of the bituminous coal miners, labor-management dis- ONE TO SUITEVERYBODY'S NEED Holly Park Windsor Norris Freedom DoubleWide Homes BEST SERVICE MOVE AND SET UP OPEN 6 DAYS AWEEK SUNDAY 1 5 BELKNAP MOBILE H()MES. INC. Phone 364-5608 Rt. 4 lust off 1-79 Take (,assaw ay-Sutton Exits Toward Gassaw ay Gassavav WV 'Opposile Braxton County Armory pules in manufacluring involving 1600 persons and the recent concrete strike. Even so, the average work week for manufacturin workers in West Virginia held firm at 38.9 hours; and contract construction workers' average work week for September was 36.8 hours, compared with 38.1 for August. Nationally. tile average work week for September was 36 hours. Two other very important economic indicators, which normally foreshadow swings in business activity--building permits and auto sales--showed healthy increases for the cumulative period January- September, 1976, compared with same period in 1975. The volume of building permits was up 18.2% and sales of both new and used cars were up 19.7o/o. The creation of new jobs is still upward: the number of workers on industry payrolls, which is usually considered to be a reliable indicator of labor market strength, increased in West Virginia by 8,855 more persons for the cumulative period January- September, 1976, compared with same 1975 period; West Virginia labor force increased by 3,222 more persons for the same comparison period. When the consumer is in trouble. so is the economy; however, West Virginia consumers are still "hanging Car Insurance Paying too much for too little? Call on us for all your insurance. KEN FOGLESONG Located Over Sears Store Phone: 462-8334 Office Men., Tues. Thurs., Fri. 9-4 Wed., Sat. 9-12 462-8847 Home Anytime NATIONWIDE INSURANCE NattowJde is on your SiOe in there" . . . retail sales in the 197 1975 cumulalive comparison p,.mod edl,ed upward, registering  5.5/. ia,:rease: salaries and wa.-s, up 2.5"/o; average weekly earr.mgs of manu- far'luring workerc, coal miners, and contract cortruction workers, re- gistered increases of 12.9% and 8.5%. respectively. Personal Income also registered an increase of 14.0% With the CPI registering a 6/, increase for the 1976/75 cumlative comparison period. Most of our consumers are still baiter off financially than a year ago. Fourth quarter performance of the West Virginia economy likely will not change significantly. The "'pause" that refreshes-- hopefully, the ,'pause" in the economy is only a slowing of the forward pace rather than a stop. At least this seems to be the case in West Virginia. according to the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce's monthly BUSINESS INDEX. With three quarters of the year gone, economic statistics indicated that while improvements in the economy of West Virginia are continuing, the pace has lessened. III By Marcella Ltmzader Mrs. Ball visited her son and daughter-in-law and stayed for the revival meeting, at the Dusk Camp Methodist Church Nov. 5. Mr. AW.McCullough passed away on the way to the hospital in the ambulance Nov. 8. The Dusk Camp Community would like to give the McCullough family all their sympathy. He will be greatly missed. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Buckhannon of Dusk Camp would like to announce the birth of their first baby boy who was born Nov. 8. They named him Charles Eugene Buckhan- non, II. He weighted 8 lbs. 3 oz. and was 22-inches long. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brady's son and daughter-in-law and grandsons were in from Kentucky visiting over the last two weeks. There was a bridal shower at Mr. and Mrs, Danny SeWs of Dusk Camp for their daughter Vickie Self, Nov. 3. Something to sell? Try our Want-Ads. Proven sellers for your miscellaneous items. Call 462-7309 now! PIONEER'S GROCERY SWIFT BUTTERBALL OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRY SAUCE ,, oz LIBBY PUMPKIN ,,oz 39' KELLOGGS MRS. SMITH'S PUMPKIN CROUTETTES 85 PIE 16z 89 oo, ELERY 59' We reserve the right to limit quantlt,es. f ...... All' prices fro i last week's ad will remain in effect thru Nov. 27. GILMER COUNTY HIGH Ninth Grade Straight A Rebecca Beall. 4.00; Connie Davidson, 4.00; Robin Cower. 4.00; and Larry Skidmore, 4.00. Regular Honors Kevin Adams, 3.60: Gary Allen. 3,50; Charles Beall. 3.80; Jill Brady, 3.40: Donna Bumghi'dner, 3.50; Steve Carney. 3.25; Judy Clowser, 3.60; Sheila Cottrill, 3.60: Stanley Cottrill, 3.25; Susie Crouch, 3.75; Joey Estanich, 3.5o: IAnda Farnack, 3,80; Mark Farnsw,,rth. 3.40; Jimmy Fitzwater, 3.50; Mark Harry. 3.40; Linda Lattea, 3.40; Rondle McCumbers, 3.50; Sherrie McPherson, 3.75; Steve Marsh, 3.25; James Meadows, 3,80; Rhonda Parsons, 3.60; Kimberly Robinson, 3.50; Peggy Runyon, 3.25; David Scott, 3.75; Jeff Selby, 3.25: Bruce Smith, 3.50; Lisa Thompson, 3.75; Kathy White, 3.60; and Terri Woodyard. 3.50. Tenth Grade Straight A Rebecca Coberly, 4.00; Jeff Cower. 4.00; Debra Hinzman, 4.00; Dawn Hinzman. 4.00; Alice Jenkins. 4.00; Patricia Kirchberg, 4.00; Lois Miller, 4.00: Diana Smith, 4.00: Patricia White. 4.00; and Kent Woofter, 4.00. Regular Honors Greg Adolfson, 3.60; Christine Allstop. 3.80; Brenton Beall, 3.40; Brent Brady. 3.25; Jennifer Brady, 3.80; Jeff Furr, 3.50; Debra Marks, 3.25; Brad McPherson, 3.50: Pare Minigh, 3.50; Pat Minney, 3.60: Sue Ann Reed, 3.50; Cindy Stewart, 3.75; Rusty Tallhamer, 3.33; Darlene Vanhorn. 3.25; Heather Wilson, 3.75; and Sabra Wilson. 3.40. Eleventh Grade Straight A Rolanna Coberly, 4.00; Lori Furr, 4.00; Mark Gainer, 4.00; Deborah Gordon, 4.00; Kenneth Kuhl, 4.00; Keith Morrow. 4.00; and Sherri Summers. 4.00. Regular Honors Jeff Allen, 3.60; Kim Beai], 3.66; Jennifer Chisler, 3.60; Francene Davis, 3.50; Tom Davisson, 3.25; Dina Frederick, 3.33; Debra Freshour, 3,25; Deborah Garrett, 3.60; Robert Grey- nolds, 3.50; Kim Heckert, 3.60; Heather Hickman, 3.40; Jan Hinzman. 3.33; Kay James, 3.75: Marilyn King, 3,40; Jeff Miller, 3.50; Mike Minney, 3.80; Sheila Minney, 3.80; Linda Peggs, 3.33; Debra Robinson, 3.40; Vicki Self, 3.57; David Sharps, 3.40; Colin Sprouse, 3.33; Phil Stalnaker, 3.60; and Shirley Stump, 3.50. Tweith Grade Stralghf  -  , Nelda Alltop/4;00; Jeffery Davis, 4.00: Debra Hamrie, 4.00; Irmgart Jedamski. 4.00; Ann Perry, 4.00; Diana Riffle, 4.00; Ruth Ann Scott. 4.00: and Susan Williams, 4.00. Regular Honors Terri Blau, 3.50; Rebecca Carr, 3.80: Larry Greynolds, 3.25: Pare Hacker, 3.75; Brenda Hickman, 3.40; Joe Hickman, 3.25; Randy Kirchberg, Curtiss Martin. 3,83; Kathy McCart- ney, 3.60: Randy Miller. 3.75; Sheba ey. 3.60; Randy MPder. 3.75; Joyce Moyers. 3.33; Julia Perrill, 3.75; Sheba Phares, 3.25; Roberta Ratliff, 3.40; Moxie Steele. 3.50; Mary Jane Wilmoth, 3.33; and Deborah Wolfe, 3.83. GLENVILLE ELEMENTARY Eighth Grade Fifth Grade Andv Berisford, 4.00; Judy Chisler, Dorcas Scott, 4.00: Jenna Flack. 4.00: Sheri Gainer. 3.80; Sonia 4.00; Scott Carney. 3.75; Jerry Smithson, Chapman, 3.50: Robert Norman, 3.50; Jennifer Sn ith, Kelly Davis. 3.50: Sandi Gainer, 3.25; 3 40; and Reta Peggy Phillips. :., ;;rends Roberts, Sixth Grade 3.00: Greg Dollgener. 3.00; and Faith Sarah Harder. 3.00. 4.00; Todd Townsend, 3.00. Sixth Grade Seventh Grade Linda Billips, 3.75; Steven Harold, Danny Sire= 3.75: Deborah Greenlief, 3.75; Lisa Smith, 3.80; Shafer. 3.50: Kim Cunningham, 3.25: Burkhamer, 3,00. and Pamela Reed. 3.25. Eighth Grade Seventh Grade Todd Jolliff, : Kimberly Evans, 3.75; Alicia Furr, 3.60; Roberts 3.50; ]oetta Leone, 3.50; Robin Ellyson, 3.60; Montgomery, 3.25; Shelley Morris, Robert Taylor, 3' 3.25; Richard White, 3,25; and Toni 3.40; Jim Somerville, Williams, 3.00. Robin White, 3.0, 3.00. Fifth Grade Ronda Welty, 4.00; Sandra Roberts, 3.75; Emily Berisford. 3.50: Craig Drennen, 3.25; Kevin Evans, 3.25; Tammi Summers, 3.25; Jesse Chapman, 3.00: Kimberly Drake, 3.00; Patricia Farnsworth, 3.00; Suzette Marsh, 3.00; Belinda Montgomery, 3.00: Renate Moore, 3,00: and Judson Shreves, 3.00. SAND FORK 5th Grade Kely Ann Grogan, John Paul Jones, Lisa Kim Lash {straight A's}, James Francis Montgomery. Stephanie D. Morris, Kimherly Marie Snyder {straight A's}, and Leon Duane Sprouse. Total Class Average 2.9 6 Grade James Darin Brenwald. Sharon Ann Burke (straight A's}, Veta Lynn Frame {straight A's} Ingegart Jedamski. Elizabeth Jean Marks. Rhoda Elaine Morris {straight A's}, Beverly Jo Pritt. Thomas Lee Putnam. Regina Christine Ratliff, James Michael Snyder, Jr. (straight A's), Christine Iola Thrasher (straight A's}, and Timothy Lawrence White {straight A's). Total Class Average 2.6 7th Grade Max Bryan Groves (straight A's}, James Edell Jones, Lois Lane Luzader, Karen BellndaMcHenry. Danny Minney (straight A's}, Sandra Ann Moyers {straight A's}. John C. Rowles, and Pamalee Francis Thrasher. Total Class Average 2.6 8th Grade Ruth Ellen Collins. Greta Mac Frame (straight A's} Pamela Jane Hickman, Carol Marie King, James Randall Luzader, Catherine Lynn Marks. James Brian Minney Thomas Lynn Pegg, Wendy Sue Rollyson. Sherry Lynn Roberts, Wanda Lucille Shackleford and Patricia Susan Thrasher (straight A's} Total Class Average 2.7. Total Average Grades 5 ' 8 2.7. ARE Yell READY T() BUY PROPERTY? tn0 uVet  atat GEORGE W. ADRIAN Exclusive Representative Box 25 Troy, WV 26443 Phone 873-1736 No. 187--Just  over the bridffe'to this one. 29 acres with much tractor 8rouad, bottom meadow, creek h'ontage. Solid 2-story barn; view and very private. Just $9,900. No. 146--For the person of he future. 129 acres, not far from Conville. Road frontage, bettom ground; nice weed=, fruit trees; private. Ea=y terms, leek ahead on this one fr $17,000. No. 192--YOUR DREAM COME TRUE AT LAST. 77 acre - paradise with mild one-story house. Free gas; electric. Private and secluded. With work, a show place in the making. $21,900. Rt. 33 & 119 - 4 miles west of Weston A complete seletiop of Quality Built Homes 12 WIDES - 14 WIDES - DOUBLE NIDES AND MODULAR ON DISPLAY EACH FULLY DISPLAYED AND LIGHTED ihone 269-1510 -- Open Fridaytil 8 p.m. Member of W.Va. Mobile Homes Association Gilmer Lunch The Gilmer County Monday, potatoes, orange juice 3e-pizza slaw, prune day, Dec. potatoes and peach half roll Dec. 2-tomato cheese sandwich, carrot milk; Friday, fries, mixed orange juice blanket with substituted for day this week. Monday, french fries. and milk; beans, spinach, almond cookie, Wednesday, french fries, peanut butte Thursday, peanut butter pear half. Friday, Dec. peas, fruit milk. Aba] any of the potatoes, cole slaw, Tuesday, Dec. potatoes, gravy half, roll and 15--macaroni and peaches, milk; Thursday, meat apricots, roll, Friday. Dec. cheeseburger any meal this Monday, meat sauce, slaw, banana 21-turkey, green miAk; spinach, corn orange iuice and 23-bar-b-q, chocolate sandwich is the Q -May a entitlement for Bill? A - Yes. for one or tterms without no student and negotiated, the the VA and for as many required to one such Please renewals in BEEF