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December 12, 1975

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ii/ at Sunday Mt. Pisgah Get-well cards and Dessie hospital. had as dinner. daughter Stumptown. John Becky Kimble Barbara and 3 and Susanne Annie Henry of Darkey and Manley & son was taken to at Clarksburg Jr. was taken to Sunday night. Citizens met at at Lockney for meeting. A and Bingo party 18 at 5:30. The COme. They will to sell and play help drill building. All e of Perkins has from Morgan- after having of Perkins is on her son & Wilbur Marks of McElwee was Car accident and night. of Perkins, I. t zs editioa: The New=. We ne- m fcem top of what's =m ammt e 10 more le,.l ms iny n~ wm -im It.] ment isthe new Management 20-State Eastern Service. USDA. was made Forester MilwauEeeJaLa ." assumed his and is filling the retirement the Regional Office and wall-rounded management at administrative from the at Berkeley in in forest college, he months with the =Joining the Navy. the in a a Znember of the Programming in the Forest Office. of Ray's field on western the timber exceeds that Forests," said his past him well as he Felt wm b. Io 4 p.m. by Certified &ID 5EIVICE II donations will be appreciated. Dessie Stump remains very ill in a Parkersburg hospital. Jim Bennett was found Tuesday by some motorist lying in the McElwee yard. he had been working at the fence. Someway he fell and had both feet fastened in the woven wire and had been there for about 3 hours. He was taken by ambulance to Calhoun General hospital for observation. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Kuhl. Pearl Piercy and Jaunita Collins were shopping Wednesday in Parkersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Chanta Rose were visiting the doctor and shopping in Grantsville. Maxine Kelly and 2 daughters were visiting Mrs. John Kimble Thursday evening. Otho Settles is in the Calhoun General hospital. Christine Minney from Cedarville was a weekend guest of Basil and Diane Minney. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stout of Frametown and Ted's sister were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Asby Minney. II II I Joyce Lynn Sears Randall J. Greathouse ]oyce L!mn Sears I . I1~ to Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Sears, of Linn. West Virginia, announce the engagement of their oldest daughter, Ioyce Lynn. to Randall Junior Greathouse. also of Linn. The bride-elect is a senior at Gilmer County High School. Mr. Greathouse is employed at the West Virginia Glass Factory, Weston, West Virginia. He is the son of Junior Greathouse of Cleveland, Ohio and Mrs. Raymond Smith of Linn. A June wedding is being planned. ...... | Holiday weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Alltop of Normantown were: Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Wilson of Arooldsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Suphin of Spencer; Fred Monongahela Power offers energy saving booklet Interested in conserving electri- city and wonder what your appliances are costing you to operate? Monongahela Power Company has produced a booklet listing all the applicances customers normally use and the relative operating costs of each. Included in the booklet are energy saving tips to help users reduce their consumption of electricity. Typical of the electrical applian- ces mentioned is the television. A black and white set uses about 160 watts. and a color set of the same size uses about 300 watts. A customer using the black and white set for an average of five hours per day for 60 days would use nearly 50 kilowatt-hours. The color set owner with the same conditions of use would consume 90 kilowatt-hours. At an average price of 4.2 cents per kilowatt-hour, the cost would be $2.10 for the black and white set and $3.78 for color. The energy saving booklet is available at any of Monongahela's business offices without charge. Or you can write to the Customer Services Department in Fairmont, West The honor roll students for the first nine weeks for Gilmer County High School are as follows: SENIORS: Students with 4.0 averages are: Sue Burke, Diane Gerwig, Edward Radcliff, Richard Smith, Deana WilLiams, and Ronnie Edwards. Other honor students include: Clay Bailey. Cheryle Barton, Tim Brady. Karen Bush. Kim Bush, Pamela Edwards. John Fox, Larry Frye, Debra Frymier. Burl Green, Vicki Hacker, Beverly Hamric, Janet James, Pamela Jones, Patty Manley, Tim Marks, Karen Miller, Marilyn Minnich, Kathy Moyers, Vickie Osborne, Richard Ratcliff, Brenda Richarcls, Sharla Richards, Connie Runyon, Joyce Sears, Desari Skinner, Janice Stump, Diane Waters, Suzanne Watson, Terri Watts. and Mary Wiseman. JUNIORS: With 4.0 averages: Cheryl Carr. Regular honors: Nelda Alltop, Terri Blau, Terri Cain, Rebecca Carr. Lisa Coffman, Kenneth Collins, Jeffrey Davis, Cynthia Estanich, Pamela Hacker. Debra Hamric, Robert Hatton, Joseph Hickman, Melodla Jones, Randall Kirchberg. Bill Lilly, Perrill, Ann Perry, Robert Rafliff, Sandra Reed. Dennis Reese. Diane Riffle, Donna Schoolcraft. Paula Stalnaker, Susan Williams. Mary Jane Wllmoth. Don Wilson, and Deborah Wolfe. SOPHOMORE: Straight A stu- dents: Rolanna Coberly, Francine Davis, Mark Gainer, Kay James, and Ruth Ann Scott. Regular honors: Kimberly Beall, Jennifer Chisler, Dina Frederick. Lori Furr, Deborah Gordon, Robert Greynolds. Jan Hinzman. Patricia Jarvis, Mike Minney. Keith Morrow, Linda Peggs, Cynthia Rutherford, Phil Stalnaker, Sherri Summers, and Willard Wright. FRESHMAN: Straight A Students: Greg Adolfson, Jennifer Brady, Paul Clltes, Rebecca Coberly, Debra Hinzman, Dawn Hinzman, Alice Jenkins, Sue Ann Reed, Diana Smith. Rusty Tallhamer, Patrtcia White, Heather Wilson and Kent Woofter. Regular honors: Vicki Adams, Chris- fine Alltop. Jeff Furr, Jeff Gower, Patricia Kirchberg, Debts Marks. Brad McPherson, Lois Miller, Glenn Miner, Pam Minigh, Patrick Minney, Curtiss Martin, Kathy McCartney,. Yicki Moss and Cindy Stewart. Kent Minigb~ :Mike Montgomery. Julia ~t i~ ~ ~ ~ -:.., .. ..... .- -. ..... ,.,.,...t ..~.~.~..~..~...~.~...~..~..::::.:.~....~:~:;:::~.~.:.:~:~:.:~:~:~:.:~:~:+:::::e.....:~:.:.:~:~:~:.:.:.:~:~.~.::::::~:~:.:.:~:.~:~:.:.~4::~:.:.:~:~.:~:.::.........:..::..~.:~::...~..5..::.:.:~:~:.:.:.:~:.: e Open at nlte fil 8 PM Dec. 18 to 23 Close at 5 PM, Dec. 24 CLOSED TMAS Closed Fri., Dec. 26 YOUR PURCHASE GIF WRAPPED OR GIF BOXED FREE Old Reliable Department $toro" December 11, 1975 Hosey of Morgantown; Byron Stai- nakm of Leiter Gap; Lane Smith, Roger and teve, Craig and Dale Fisher of Cedarvilie, Dorsal Hemric of Gassaway, Mr. and Mrs. John Hamric and Kathy Jo, Randy Butler, Mike. Doug, and Chuck Collins, purge and Chester Allen, Wilma Goodrich, Patty, Kathy and Tisha all of Normantown. Out of state guests included: Ruth. Reed, Bark Walko, Wilford Reed, Marsha and Sheila, Brad and Bobby Joe Smith all of LaGrange, Ohio. Wilbert Reed, Dennis, Reta and Paulette; Harley Alltop; Okey Stout, Basil Whitesel and John: Junior Dobbins all of Grafton, Ohio. The Gienvflle Demoe.zat/Pathflnder . 7, KOHWhO homemakers Christmas party The joyous mood of the Christmas season was glowing in the brightly colored lights of each window at the Kanawha Drive Community Building. The "Christmas Story" was read by Marito Stalnaker. followed by song, "Silent Night". Gifts were exchanged and "Secret Pals" were revealed for the first time. A "Surprise Bridal Shower" was held for a newly married member Mrs. Brenda Barton McCartney. A favorite Christmas snack was brought by all for refreshments. Door prize was won by Rose Roberts. Slightly wilted parsley leaves can be frelhened by trimming off the ends of the sterns and piacinit them in cold water. Broughton Milk 1 gal. jug - $1.59 iGLENVILLE SUPERETTE WANTED Standing Timber or Timberland ALSO MEN WITH TRACTORS OR HORSES TO SKID LOGS. YEAR AROUND HAULING FOR LOG TRUCKS, i i CALL OR WRITE Mark E/Us Forester i i ! COASTAL LUMBER COMPANY P,O. Box 218 Oassaway 26624, West Virginia Phone: 304- 364-59~6 i ! eSpeed Q. Gibson Zenith Washers Refrigerators Televisions See the Zenith Color Sets on display. We ins JII and service all sales. RHOADES PLUMBING FURNITURE 15 Powell St. Glenville Phone 462- WE SERVICE ONLY WHAT WE SELL Straight Answers "Ci From Your Power Company This is one in a series of replies to questions be- hag asked by our custo- mers, Answering today is Frances Byrne, Super- visor, Residential Custo- mer Services. QUESTION: How can I estimate the cost of using an electrical appliance? ANSWER: Estimating the costs of using different ap- pliances is a good first step in determining how a family can conserve on electricity, You may be surprised at how little it costs to operate some appliances and how much it costs to operate others. The easiest way to estimate your costs will be by using information from our "Reddy Facts" booklet, No. RS-21, "Electric Appli- ance Operating Cost Guide." In it we list the results of operating cost calculations for all sorts of electrical appliances, The booklet is now on the literature racks in our business offices, or you can get a copy by writing to our Customer Services Department. If you prefer to make your own calculations, you'll find it fairly easy if you understand the terms used. Watt--measure of electrical load; most appliances are rated in watts, usually shown on name plate. Kilowatt--1000 watts (watts di- vided by 1000 = KW). Kilowatt-hour-- KW multiplied by the time the load is used {1KW x 1 hour = 1 KWH, 100 watts or .1 KW x 10 hours = t KWH, 300 watts or .3 KW x 240 hours = 72 KWH, etc.). Cost per KWH your net bill in dollars divided by total KWH used = your average cost per kilowatt- hour. Now, to estimate the cost of operating an appliance, make the following calculation: Watts 1000 x estimated hours of opera- tion x cost per kilowatt-hour = estimated operating cost (KW x hrs. x price = cost). Example: 300 watts of lighting used four hours a day for 60 days--.3 KW x 240 hrs. x 4.2 ($.042) = $3.02. Energy conservation is a must today--to save money and to conserve the nation's fuel resources. Monondahela Power Part of the Allegheny Power System le75