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# The Glenville Democrat/ Pathfinder November 25, 1976 SCience and Cultural Center is toured Gilmer County residents were Cultural Center and the state capitol among the more than 95 persons who building in Charleston. recently toured the Science and The oroducers for the Rural Arts llllalilllailliiailiiiilaleallllllaellemlm ' ] Sears ] i - am s B STORE HOURS .m . . | i Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday -- 9 to 5 p.m. : Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to 1 p.m. ,. Christmas. . Cataloas.. Avatlable. ,, = Stop In. | - Phone 462-7374  : i l C .,-..-...-.-, I Authorized : t "} td L' ! CATALOG SALES MERCHANT = ! m R L  - 7-- _J OWNED AND OPERATED BY JANET DEAL a DenneunmneeeeemnemmmaammuimeeealuugniauO Deeds Recorded SI. Mrv's th)spital Inc. grants to United Hospital Center Inc. eight tracts of land and accompanying mineral rights ill Cilmer Ceuntv. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Simmons grant to Ralph Simmons 106.4 acres on Spruce Run of Leading Creek, Troy distri(t. 64 acres on Stewarts Creek, Glenville distri,.t ..... ] 52 acres on Spruce Run. Marsha Rhines McHugh and Albert Joseph McHugh grant to Tom Chechile and Carol Jean Porter 81 acres on Wolf Pen Run of Horn Creek, Troy district. The Gilmer County Board of Education grants : Mr. and Mrs. J. Richard Kend;g a lot on Little Bull Run, Center district. and Crafts Association presented Gay. Arch A, Moorq Jr. with a patchwork elephant, Gilmr County residents in the group included: Deloris Furr, Lori Furr, Verna Sprouse, Ethel Stump, Ruth Allen. Dorothy Radcliff, Dora Smarr, Georgia Carr, Mary Smith, Pearl Carpenter and Irene Langford. TOP JUDGES--O.R. Spurgeon, West Fork Soil Conservation District Supervisor recently presented plaques to Gllmer County's 4-H Land Judging team. The team won first place in the 4-H Division at the annual Tri-Dlstrict Land Judging Contest held at the Taylor County Fairgrounds. Team members are [l-r] Jan Hlnzman, Jeff Bailey and laa Surkhammer. Mr. and tn Mr. and acres on Shop Glenville district Geraldine others grant to ) Reed 48V2 acreS DeKalb district . Stephen L. Ann Ellyson a Addition to the Mr. and Mrs. grant to Mr. and 104 acres on gas interests on land on Grass Larry and Oletha Marie Glenville. Tuberculosis: for the lungs Information from the West Virginia the use of Department of Health when infection Tuberculosis is a communicable take adequate disease caused by a germ, the tubercle themselves bacillus. Most commonly it attacks the attention to lungs. Yet it may be found in other maintenance of parts of the body. In West Virginia, protect their thirty-two of the two hundred and support and sixty-three verified cases of tubercu- health lasts reported last year were tuberculosis extrapulmonary, eliminated. Almost any part of the body may Before become tuberculous, but some were discovered ia parts--the bones and joints, the treatment of lymphatic, reproductive, urinary and a combination ell digestive systems, as well as the air, and lungs-are more susceptible to the the disease disease than others. But today, when some cases, an infection is found, preventive the bones and treatment with drugs can prevent surgery may also disease. Tuberculosis germs are breathed in with air and so go first to the lungs. They may move to other organs in the body in either of two ways: lTt: occasionally material--sputum-- containing large numbers of tubercu- losis germs may be coughed up from the lungs into the throat and mouth. Some of these germs may be swallowed and find their way to the intestines or other organs of the body. The most common route that tuberculosis germs 11-15-76 travel, particularly among infants, Harvey from children, and others recently infected, General is through the blood and lymph 11-16.76, systems. Most of these germs are from Rt. 5 destroyed by fighter cells, but some Jackson remain alive. These may cause 11-16-76, immediate trouble or they may be Radcliff from locked in by scar tissue. While Clarksburg to locked-in germs usually remain under 11-16-76, control, in a few cases-if preventive from Sand Fork therapy has been neglected-they may Hospital. break out, even years later, multiply 11-16-76 5: and cause disease, from Cox's If large numbers of the Medical Center. tuberculosis germs escape suddenly into the blood stream, the disease You say ' l, -- KKO ,78i develops rapidiy and affects many Center  I organs. This condition is known as 11-16-76.7:30 generalized miliary tuberculosis. Drug from Gilmer I treatment should be started promptly, Cox's Mills. I for the condition is serious. 11-16.76. g:12 you_ I'.: ': KUOI N FAZt BUILt A//L IIT'UAIN I" is necessary to find it early and start Medical httnl/ll h& fr rb4vfn-VTA ai e .it z. tatt I Whenever tuberculosis occurs, it from Dusk CagP can't - deciae? i = I treatment promptly. In all tuberculosis 11-18-7., You want a gift.that's spe - , zips  //;,,,;z,//, , c.laI? I dP   " I conditions, early treatment is most Finchan from general health o[ the body, but to home. A truely thoughtful g,ft which conhnues to II " , I oo, oo,00 ,o i . v.. , . I possible destruction of vital organs, or from Re. 5 give throughout the year I$ a SUBSCRIPTION I /'   L C/ .t /?f/  ( I preventdrugs makeCrippling'it possible todefrmityperform theser Hospital.ll'lg'76' 2f,_ for a relahve or friend to .  l  _.l,,t' lE-d[il ,,dfddl, ) ff"'flE [ operations more successfully. 11-18-76. :' Preventive drug treatment some- er from Calhoun times has side effects. Someone over 35 home. your hometown newspaper . ' "10t/ IH i.5TOn,V,,, , _[=.... .... ",-- " --" ----'--'------" "--'--'=" ----.------ --....----- --.,. ........... .[ may not receive treatment if his doctor THE GLENVILLE ',/ believes the risk of side effects is too DEMOCRAT/PATHFI : /t e great. Anyone receiving such treat- _ NDER' , ment should be ehecked rearly and Mu',m? r T . should report to his doctor anything and new a l ' may m Any form of tuberculosis can be _I. ..... Wlth iooJ news ,.dJoca'views, you cant Ci(- ./  [,)e C  that bothers him ake avoided by protecting the body from eu,,,,i , invasion by tuberculosis germs and by  go wrong.wth a g,ft oF news. 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