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December 5, 1975     The Glenville Democrat
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offer real old-fashioned dinner 5, from 5:30 to The menu will include pickled under 55) beans, fodder beans, soup beans. never had an blackeyed peas. turnips, parsnips. an old browned potatoes, creamed tomatoes, country turkey, dressing, poor man's gravy, their chance, biscuits, cornbread, sauerkraut, apple C-tenvflle Senior dumplings, berry dumplings, vinegar visitors will dumplings, apple pie, dried apple pie. to eat all they can cake. and drinks. All for the menu of dishes reasonable sum of $2 for adults and in years $1.00 for those under 12. with the furnished and public invited to make reservations )roceeds and attend. are for For an unusual experience in eating for many. the Senior Citizens Center is the place to go for dinner this Friday. COX'S MILL IOLL The regular meeting of the Jolly Millers was held on Nov. 17 at the Cox's Mill Community Building. Our outgoing President - Ina Burkhamer called the meeting to order. Rhonda Flesh,r. Rodney Somerville. and Mark Burkhamer presented the devotions. Sondra Price. our assistant leader, was in charge of installing the new officers for the 1975-76 4-H Club Q. Gibson Zenith Refrigerators Televisions the Zenith Color Sets on display. We install and service all sales. PLUMBING Et FURNITURE , Glenville Phone 462-7355 ERVICE ONL Y WHAT WE SELL oo eeeoooeeeoeooeeoeoooeooo.oo@eeoe..oeoeeo...: If you won't be getting a pension.., read this... Many people are not covered by a pension program with their employer. If youre one of them. there is now a tax- deferred way for you to build toward your own retirement fund W~th a Metropolitan Individual Retirement Program you can defer taxes each year on up to 15% of your income or $1,500, whichever is less, by putting this income to work to help assure your future financial security A pension is nice to look forward to. But if q s not in the cards for you, give me a call and lit show you what Metropolitan can do to take its place ~ ~mEALL. ~it.~ ........... 813 Grand Central Avenue Vienna. W.Va. 26105 Office: (304) 2954561 Residence (304) 295-5353 Where future is now Metropoh an Life New York. N Y ~ql~Qeeee e e o e ee eo o .eeeeeeoo eeoeeoooee.oeeeeeeeeeee. year and of the initiation ceremony for six new members. Brenda Somerville. our leader, passed out new membership cards and year books to each of the 4-H members present. During the business session our club voted to pay V2 of the cost of the new heating stove for our community building. A committee was appointed to have charge of distributing the Christmas baskets to the older citizens in our community. The members exchanged names for the Christmas gift exchange. Daniel Gordon was in charge of the program entitled Physical Fitness. IF YOU EXPENSES, COME FOR A LOAN! We have a loan or finance plan to fit your budget. We specialize in auto, appliance and mobile home financing, plus consolidation loans. See us now. GLENVILLE. W.VA. Member FDIC November Count During the November session of the Gilmer County Court. ordinances were passed requiring building permits for new construction, re- modeling, repair, demolition, and the like in the county. These are in keeping with the requirements of the Federal Flood Insurance program. However. the county has not entered this program as this is written. Nor has a building permit officer been appointed. In other actions, the Court declined Sand Fork's request for $25.000 of Revenue Sharing funds for a municipal building for lack of funds and the fact that these funds are intended for use for projects that will benefit all residents of the county. General plans for a 30 foot by 50 foot steel building for housing the county ambulances were approved. Presently. detailed specifications are being drawn in preparation for advertising for construction bids. CommHicntion worlshops { for sd, ool personnel Strengthening education by im- proving communications between schools and the publics they service is the purpose of a series of five workshops on improving School 'Communications, scheduled during the first week of December at Becldey, Charleston, Parkersburg, Clarksburg and Martinaburg. School administrators, county board of education members, and other school personnel will participate in the workshops, sponsored by the West Virginia Department of Educa- tion and the West Virginia School Boards Association. and conducted by the National School Public Relations Association. "Similar seminars have besn conducted all over the country and highly He said the type of program offered at the workshops is a working one from which participants will get practical knowledge to take home to Use in improving their methods of keeping the public informed about the schools. Much of the seminar will provide the chance for participants to learn how the communications process works on ,an individual school building level Special a~ention will also be given to various school publics, their needs. needs of the school systems, identifying priority publics, and program ideas and methods.. O~ interest to local school personnel should be one of the following: Assistant State Superintendent Aaron Rapking, Jr., will open the workshop on Wednesday, December 3, at the Holiday Inn in Parkersburg. Dr. J. Douglas Machesney, Assistant State Superintendent, will introduce the workshop leaders at the wotkohop, D ember 4, in Clarksburg. Each day's program will begin with registration at 8 a. m. The seminars will begin at 9 a. m. and continue until 4:30 p. m. The world Lady comes from the Anglo-Saxon word for "bread-maker." TEST Ski" FOR G~ W. VIRGINIA hearin$ t~t wm be stria at the Omrad i /d t]~ moa~ from 2p.m. to4 p.m. b~y Mr. Kemper Hyre. Certified I urtq Aid Audiolodm. BELI'ONE HEARING AID SF~VICE 442-0. W. Pike NI. Cl~rlml~$. W.Va. 26301 December 4, 1975 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder Yonag designers of 1975 Christmas seals meet President Ford Children throughout the country were invited to design a Christmas seal for each state. Sheila Lemaster of Fort Gay (Wayne County} was present when President Gerald Ford received "Christmas Seal Greetings from the Children of America" at a White House ceremony attended by 22 youngsters, from all over the United States. Sheila designed the 1975 West Virginia Christmas Seal. one of the 54 Christmas Seals now being mailed to U.S. homes and businesses in the annual campaign against lung disease. Accompanying the children to the White Huse was singer Vikki Carr. National Chairman of the American Lung Association's annual appeal. The meeting with the President was a surprise for the youngsters, who had invited Mr. Ford to the official opening of the exhibition of their Christmas Seal paintings at the National Collection of Fine Arts. The young artists presented Mr. Ford with a giant sheet of Christmas Seals. and a book of letters from those artists not attending the ceremord'es. A set of guest towels bearing Christmas Seal designs was given to Mrs. Ford. Before the White House ceremony Sheila visited the Washington Zoo and toured the national monuments. Following the tour she had lunch in the House of Representatives dining room with the Honorable Ken Hechler. Congressman from the Fourth District. Shells is the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Jack Lemaster of Fort Gay and is a student at Fort Gay Junior High. Copies of each week's Glenville Democrat are available at Communit- Super Market, Summers Pharmacy, The Grill, Conrad's Motel, GSC Bookstore, Pioneer Grocery and Gilmer Graphics. Inc. 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