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Section B December 9, 1976 The Glenvflle Democrat/ Pathfinder 15 Iron be dangerous Local man to direct &apos;Messiah' Also avoid toys with small squeakers. These may be picked out of the toy by a curious child and accidently swallow- ed. 4. Avoid toys that have removable parts such a button eyes. These could be pulled off by the child. Young children are very curious and many times will put these small objects in their mouths, ears, nose, etc. This could lead to serious problems. 5. Read the labels on stuffed toys to make sure that the toy is stuffed with hvenic material that can be washed if need be. 6. Look for the "IX," {Under- writers Laboratories} seal on electri- cal toys. It shows that this toy has been tested and inspected for electrical safety. 7. When painting children's toys, be sure and use paint that is labeled "LEAD FREE or NON-TOXIC'. Chiktren just naturally put things into their mouths and it is our job to be sure these things will not contain anything • that may harm them. Many children become quite 1 from ealmg lead based paint. If a child eats this in any quantity, meatal rata tdatiou may be a result. Since not all paints are so labeled, choose only these paints that are marked, "Conforms to American standard Z66.1-9. Far use on surfaces that may be chewed by children." Take a few extra minutes to check for these things when shopping for a child. Make sure these presents will bring happiness and not harm. The earliest Americans were Homo Sapiens, the same species as modern men and women, and the more primitive peoples whose remains have been found in Africa. Asia, and Europe. the National Geographic Society says. Some Alaskans who have Lived by mining or hunting are wary of conservation efforts to enlarge the state's parks and wildlife refuges. arguing, "If you can't dig it, shoot it, or kiss it, what good is it? .... Look at it," is the answer conservationists give, reports National Geographic. Glenville resident Sidney H. Tedford will be directing the Elkins Community Chorus in its annual presentation of Handel's "Messiah" on Sunday, Dec. 12, at the Davis Memorial Presbyterian Church in Elkins. It will be the eleventh such performance he had directed since the tradition was begun in 1961. Tedford, who currently serves as director of adult choirs at Trinity United Methodist and GlenviUe Presbyterian Churches, was a professor and choral director at Davis and Elkins College from 1959 to 1970. He holds the B.A. in voice from Mryville College and the M.A. in musicology from Miami University. He had also done advanced study at West Virginia University, Carnegie-Mellon University, and the University of Pittsburg, where he held an Andrew Mellon Fellowship in 1970-71. An experienced church musician, Tedford was for several years a member of the choir and tenor soloist at East Liberty Presbyterian Church, Pittsburg, Pa. His more recent church music oositions were at the Davis Memorial Presbyterian Church in Elkins and the Ben Avon Presbyterian Church in Pittsburg. He also taught and directed choral ensembles at Robert Morris College in Pittsburg 1971-73. His wife is an English professor at Glenville State College. The Tedfords moved from Elkins to Glenvil]e in 1975. While at Davis and Elkins College. Tedford organized and directed the A Cappella Choir, the Madrigal Singers, and the Collegium Musicum, an instrumental and vocal ensemble that performed early music. He also played violin and viola in the Elkins Baroque Trio, with Sandra Hartley. flute, and Walter Hartley, harpsichord. He formed the community chorus in 1961 to perform "Messiah." In 1975 the group also presented a spring program featuring Bach's "Christ lag in Todesbanden" and motets by Brahms. Local performers from the town of Elkins and the College have generally served as soloists and organists. The 1976 performance of "Messiah" is being made possible by a grant from the West Virginia Arts and Humanities Council and is sponsored by the Randolph County Creative Arts Council. R. Michael Rudd, music dolls that electric stoves rattles with These toys harmless but a threat to your Health Service children are as a result of lthsugh there regarding toys, many hsin8 sold. just around the will be buying toys 0nag. Make this a by following buying toys bat have sharp %e windows in toy are made g]a$8. constructed toys balls in ese are easily are freed to be playing with it. professor at Davis and Elkins and organist at Davis Memorial Presby- terian Church. will be organist. The public is invited to attend the program, which will begin at 3 p.m. Dec. 12. A public reception will be held afterward in the Fellowship Hall of the church. Jaycees selling West Virginia USA Glenville's Jayvees are now selling copies of WEST VIRGINIA USA through Towne Bookstore. Since its release in September, the 20B-page book has gone into s second printing. Over 10,000 copies of the book have been sold. It contains a collection of more than 300 color and monochrome pictures and short stories about the Mountain State's past and present. Authors Strat Douthat and Jerry Ash provide many colorful insights about West Virginia and her people through their marratives. The stories are based primarily on actual persons or events in the state. r , • SCHoli¢liO,8 --¢Ylolidity& --€tloltday& flhltdidll t mm|mmmm|Imum|m||||||||||||||||||mmmsmm|||s I Glenville Towne Bookstore00 We have a nice selection of Christmas Cards, I I I I @ i I I - party, goods, I I decorations, and candles for | • m Christmas. o; • 4 THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS WISH TO ANNOUNCE THAT, AS THEIR CHRISTMAS GIFT TO THE LOCAL BUSINESS OWNERS AND AREA SHOPPERS THERE WILL BE FREE PARKING AT ALL 104 CITY PARKING METERS ON Dec. 20, 21, 22, 23, & 24 1977 Decoration Calendars,  World Almanac and I Closed Christmas Day & ' Farmers Almanac n News Years Day mmmm mnm mim mm mmm mm um mm m mmmm mmmm m nm nmm mn mmm mm mm m n mimmm Russell Stayer : YOUR HAIR ,s DIFFERENT : 20% off on all THAN YOUR NEIGHBORS' 1 ladnes' dresses '.maSChristmasCandYutl , m That'swhy Roffnermakes 5 shampoos {Marked down .. Nobody else is exactly like you and (dry and oily), plus the deep cleansing m .. r., i that goes for your hair and scalp Roffler Blue and Gold Shampoos. • or rego| as well. So Roffler produces five sham- Your Roffler Stylists will recommend  Cosmetic Sets  poos to cleanse both hair and scalp: which is best for you. II1 lilt m highly proteinized Organic Shampoos Glenvil!e ' GIFT WRAPPING : " Fashionably EXPO : m Ahead  PHaRmaCY : ] in Hair BARBER SHOP : Midland GlfNVILLE ,  G[,nviH, : Dee. 18 open every night till 8 p.m. I Closed Dec. 24, 5 p.m., I Phone 462-9942 tlsmmmmasnmmmmmummmmnmmsmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnmmmmmmsmmmmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmm .._ .-. . t'i -'- | |   T m This is a Christmas Time at m /1 J)/ b¢ -" , - I I i s b,  T.e -o,, ' "-L"NVILLE FORD ""'"" , t lb   Z & "\\; important gift . .. m <  t it l-or (&([ 4[ ' I '" o .'A free turkey with the purchase'. ;   N • m t m ,of any newcar or ruck , , - RD. !or any used vehicle "# I iICP[t%Fi? 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