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4--Hinton NewsTues. May 8, 1979 News From Peterstown Extension Homemakers Celebrates Thirty four thousand Extens- ion Homemakers are celebrat- ing the housewife profession this week as they participate in an annual observance, National ttomemakers Week. Extension Homemakers Org- anization is a continuing educ- ation program co-sponsored by the Department of Agriculture and state and county institut- es of learning in an effort to keep the nations homemakers abreast with the times and enrich their lives both in the family and the community. Monroe County Extension Homemakers are launching a public-awareness campaign at this time to attempt to change the image of the Homemaker from a creature of routine, whose only distractions are the weather, undue noise and non- working household applicances to a self assured person who has discovered personality assets, physical and emotional streng- th, and ability Which motivates her to positive action both in- side and outside the homes. With the encouragements of her piers and the many re- sources provided by the Ext- ension Service, the homemaker demonstrates new confidence and a positive mental attitude, qualities which had lain dorm- ant in the old life thus pro- hibiting her from reaching her full potential. Extension Homemakers offers a program which is so diversified that a members in- terest may be held for 50 years. One member of a local club is 82 year of age and a charter member of the first then known as Farm Womans Club( in Monroe County, which was org- anized in 1940. Her recent pre- sentation of the lesson "Strang- er In The Night" demonstrat- ed only too well that learning is a life-long process and that mental alertness depends to a large extent on the willingness to accept the changing times Wesley Frame, Jr., performed the actual planting of the tree. The program ended with prayer by Casey Mann. Refreshments were served in the library directly following the ceremony. Out of town guests included several mem- bers of the Frame family, Mrs. Sandr Frame and son, W.C.; Mrs. Fern Frame, Mrs. Cherly Simmons, Shawn Frame, and Maria Frame. Several memb- ers of the Conservation Dep- artment were also present, Cap- tain Ivin Pizzino, Sergeant Jerry Croiser, and officers John Barnes, George Clarkson, Bob Nahodil, and Larry Case. Other out of town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Rob Doolittle, director of Moncove Lake, Mrs. Jerry Crosier, and Deputy Warren Smith. Mrs. Donetta Brown, chair- man of the Conservation Dep- artment, Peterstown Jr. Wom- an&apos;s Club, would like to thank everyone who participated or contributed to this project. Methodist Women Hold Meeting The Peterstown United Meth- odist Women met at the church for their April meeting. Mrs. William Wuggle, President, called the meeting to order and led the group in reading the "Purpose" of the United Meth- odist Women, Mrs Hazel Jer- vis gave the opening prayer. Mrs. Gladys McComas and Mrs. Mildred Dunn were in charge of the program. Mrs. McComas led the group in a litany called "Mary's Witness and Ours". Mrs. Mildred Dunn, Mrs. Billie Mann and Mrs. Edith Greene had a reading called, "In Remembrance of Me". "Were You There " and "He Lives" were sung by the group. The business session was con- ducted by the President with minutes being read by the sec- retary and treasurers report given. Group representation and reports were given. Proceeds from the Easter bake sale amounted to $147.50. and to recognize the good there. Mrs. Bethel Chandler report- The extension program is not ed on the plans which have been restricted to women but is open made for the Senior Citizens also to mem whose needs it may banquet. satisfy such as coping with th" !-t.Th. e spring District meeting loss of a spouse through death was announced for May 9th at or divorce and subsequently Marlington, West Virginia. "In- Springs, West Virignia, March 29- 31, 1979, shall set an ex- ample of leadership, restraint and consideration of those who share the air with them by declaring the convention hall a "No Smoking Area" while meetings are in season. Presented by Peterstown Wo- man's Club, Mrs. Herbert 1VIc- Donald, President. Woman's Club Hold Monthly Meeting The Peterstown Woman's Club held their April meeting in the gynasium of the Peterstown High School. The meeting was opened with the pledge to the Flag led by Mrs. Glenna Har- vey, who also led the group in the Club Collect. The meeting was opened with the president, Mr.s Herbert McDonald presiding. Mrs. Russell Fleshman pre- sented the devotions, using as her theme, "Music," and a reading "Making Melody". Mrs. Robert Perry, member of the Fine Arts, presented the program, at which time she introduced Mrs. Gordon John- ston, Drama Class teacher of Peterstown High School, who told of the group who would present a play which had been given at Concord College, with high rating, and also, they had given it at West Virginia University, also with high rat- ing. It was very much enjoy- ed by the members. The name of the play was "The Rook". The Fine Arts Department were in charge of the program and also served as hostess, Mrs. Russell Fleshman is chairman, with Mrs. David Bradley as co- chairman. Other members of the Department are: Mrs. Osby Harvey, Mrs. Robert Perry, Mrs. James Terry, Mrs. Evans Thomas, Mrs. William Broyles, Ms. Patsy Dunn and Mrs. H.H. Wilson. Minutes of last meeting were read by Mrs. Mason Chinault and approved. Correspondence was given by Mrs. Don Jarvis. Mrs. Fairley Long announc- ed that the Bird Sanctuary had been passed by the town coun- cil. The May Dinner of the club will be held at the Village Inn, ' .... Pearisburg, Virginia, this is the Carvel Criggs, David Humph- reys, Miss Shirley Myers and Miss Frances Terry. Mrs. "Brownie" (Mary) Meadows underwent surgery at Giled Memorial Hospital, Pear- isburg, Virginia this past week. Mrs. Evans (Kate) Thomas has been a patient in the Roa- noke Memorial Hospital, Roan- oke, Virginia for the past week. Guests of Miss Dorothy Par- ker during the past week were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wills of Columbus, Ohio. Dr. Craig Chinault has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Haven Chinault and bro- ther Dale. He was enroute from a three weeks vacation in Eur- ope where he toured parts of France, Holland, Germany, Switzerland and England. tte returned to Houston, Texas where he will assume his new duties as assistant professor in bio-chemistry at Baylor Univ- ersity College of medicine. AARP Meeting Held The Peters Valley AARP met at the Lindside Senior Center for their April meeting follow- ing their noon lunch. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Gladys Larew, with 25 mem- bers present and 27 visitors. One new member was added to the roll, Mrs. May Rarick. Lap Robes were exhibited, that had been made for shut- ins. Interesting and entertaining program was presented by Bob- by and Terri Lilly of Narrows, NOllE AGRICULTUII[ . YOUTH Beta Sigma Phi Celebrates A Beta Sigma Phi, a social, cultural and service organizat- ion, celebrated the 48th anniv- ersary of its founding. The chapter joined all other chapt- ers around the world in the observance. Mona Hutchison, served as chairman of the Founder's Day activities using the theme "Seek New Horizons". The cele- bration was held at Riverside with Lynn Crowder serving as toast-mistress. Lynn is retiring president of the Beta Ganna chapter. Others taking part in the program were: Nancy Cales, leading the Beta Sigma Phi 4-H Camp June 18-22 4-H members who plan to attend 4- H Camp June 18- 22, 1979, are urged to get applic- ation forms from their 4-H leaders at their May club meet- ings. Applications are to be returned to the WVU Extension Office by June 1. The camp will participate in the Summer Food Service pro- gram for Children, as it has in the past two years. The camp is open to all Summers County 4-H members ( ages 9- 19) as of January 1, 1979) without regard to race, color, sex or national origin. Applications Available Grace. The Founder's Day Pie= dge, Kayetta Meadows. Genny Bengy presented a special message from the international office in Kansas City, Mo. The organization was founded in Abilene, Karl. by Walter M. Ross. It is the largest women's sorority in the world. Celebrat- ions will take place in 30 count- ies in which the organization's 250,000 member in over 12,000 chapters exist. The organizat- ion is non academic, non- pol- itical, non- sectarian. The key to Beta Sigma Phi is freindship. Award presentation were made for perfect attendance to: Lynn Crowder, Mona Hutchin- son and Robin Mazella. The Valentine Girl award was pre- sented to Nancy Cales. Ann Gore was honored as Pledge of the Year. And Mona Hutchi- son received the Girl of the Year award. Each retiring off- icers was presented an officers disc. Honary members: Mrs. Lorraine Ritter and Nadine Woodrum were recognized and welcomed by the sorority. Officers for the coming year were installed. President, Mona Hutchison, Vice- President, Linda Meadows, Recording Sec- retary, Jane Mender, Corresp- onding Secretary, Janet Os- borne, Treasurer, Nancy Cales, Youth, ages 8-12 years, who wish to apply for the 1979 Summers County Youth Opport- Virginia. Bobby and Terri are unity Camp, June 25- 29, 1979, very interesting performers in should get application forms their "MAGIC" Tricks. from Virginia Neal in the Wel- The May meeting will be fare Office or Elizabeth Bare in held at the Peterstown United the WVU Extension Office. Methodist Church on May 22, Forms should be returned as and will be a pot- luck meal. quickly as possible and before "West Vh'ginia University June 1. The camp is open to income- gIUIIV! fXlfiSm SftYf eligible youth without charge and to other youth who wish to pay the necessary fees. Total cost is $40.00. The camp is co- sponsored by the Summers County Cooperat- iv. Extension Serve, the Dep- artment of Welfare and the.: Health Department. Funding is Beta Sigma Phi Offices for the year are ( Left to Right) President, Mona Hutcbison, Vice- President, Linda Meadows, Record- ing Secretary, Jane Meador, Corresponding Secretary, Janet Osborne, and Treasurer, Nancy Cales. being forced into the role of both father and mother to young children. Monroe County Homemakers activities during the special week of celebration was attend- ing church services on Sunday May 6th in a body, spot announcements were on the local radio station, window dis- plays and posters. Also sponsored a Health Sem- inar with classes in Self Care, Breast Examination, Coping With The Change of Women- hood were also offered. Programs and activities of Extnesion Homemakeers is ternational Year of the Child " is to be the theme for the day. Mrs. Tuggle announced that Bishop Wirtz would be at the Pickaway Church on May lOth and urged the women to attend. School ofMissions was ann- ounced for July 19-22 at Buck- hannah, W. Va. A Clean UP Day is being planned at the church for May 22nd. There is to be a Health Seminar at the Methodist Church for women of all ages on May 1st at 10:30 am. All women are urged to take ad- vantage of this. open to all persons without Mrs. Debbie Elmore will be in regard to race, color, or Nat- charge of the program in May. ional origin. Personals  Mrs. Nell Goodall visited her i; daughter Mr. and Mrs. Gary i: White and son at their home at : i: .... Sugar Groove, W. Va. She was : : accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Randall Ballard of Christians- burg, W. Va. Tribute Payed Tribute To Wesley C. Frame, Jr. Peterstown Junior Woman's Club payed tribute to Wesley C. Frame, Jr., conservation offi- cer killed in Monroe County in November 1978, by planting a tree in his memory during an Arbor Day Observance. The ceremony consisted of a flag presentation by members of Brownie Troop No. 2329; an Arbor Day address given by Allan Whorley, a member of The New Pioneer 4-H; and re- marks by Sergeant Jerry Cor- sier, Department of Natural Resources , on Frame's fine qualities as a conservation off- icer. Also, Captain Ivin Pizz- ino, Department of Natural Re- sources addressed the group expressing his sentiments and announced that Wesley C. Frame had been voted in the state of West Virginia as the "Officer of the Year". This award is given upon considerat- ion of merits and accomplish- ments of officers throughout the state. Paul JOnes, president of the local library board, made a short statement acknowledging Frame's merits and thanking the Junior Woman's Club for so honoring him by placing a tree on the library grounds. Fairley Long, president of Peterstown Rotary, with the assistance of W.C. Frame Ill, son of the late May meeting, on the regular By RobertM. Baber provided through the Governor meeting night. ..ANTS OR TERMITES ? -- 's Office of Economic Opport- Members enjoying the meet- About this time each year ter- unity, the Summer Food Ser- ing and social hour other than mites and ants begin to swarm, vice for Children and local the memlers of the Fine Arts Why do ants and termites donations. Department were: Mesdames swarm?Well, the wholethingis The camp is open to any Jennings Carden, Haven Chin- dependent on temperature, eligible youth without regard to ault, Mason Chinault, Melvin light, humidity, and baromet- race, color, sex or national Chinault, Eva Coulter, Claude tic pressure. When all of these origin. Dalton, Clarence Drain, Eugene factors are just right, the re- Floyd, Harry Gentry, Elsie Hel productive forms leave their m, Don Jarvis, Hazel Jer- nests in swarms. Ants and vis, Tully Larew, W.W. Kersey, termites are frequently swarm- Thelma Lawson, Fairley Long, ing at the same time, and this Herbert McDonald, J.A. Mc- creates some real confusion Kenzie, Gordon Miller, John among homeowners. Nester, Lewis Noble, James Probably the easiest way to Ramsey, Dennis Sibold, G.L. distinguish termites from ants Spangler, James Terry, Estil is by observing the wings. The Taylor, Alonza Whorley, H.H. termite has two pair wings of Wilson, Penny Shrewsbury, equal length, while the ant has two pair wings of unequal len- gth. Another way to tell them apart is by their waistline. The termite has a thick or fat waistline, while the ant has a very thing one. Just because you have a ter- mite swarm around your house, don't panic. I'm not saying to ignore the problem, but don't be pressured into emptying your wallet to some fly-by-night pest , control firm. You'll probably . : : come out way ahead by gett- ing touch with two or three | established pest control firms fiedand inspectionletting themfor makeyou. Therea boat-is  io! very good USDA bulletin on termites called "Subterranean Termites-- Their Prevention and Control in Buildings." Left to Right- Mrs. J.A. McKenzie and Mrs. Herbert Mc Donald. Peterstown Woman's Club Sponsors Resolution A resolution to declare the Convention Hall a "No Smok- ing Area" while meetings are in session was sponsored by the Peterstown Woman's Club and presented at the 73rd Annual Convention of the West Virginia Federation of Woman's Clubs, March 29-31, held at The Greenbrier at white Sulphur Springs. The resolution under the dir- ection of the Public Affairs and complied by Mrs. Nally Mc- Kenzie, was passed by the Convention. It read as follows: WHEREAS, the General Fed- eration of Women's Clubs and the West 'Virginia Federation of Women's Clubs have been lead- ers in the fight against the major causes of illnesses, dis- ability and death, and specif- ically against cancer 'in all forms; and WHEREAS, cigarette smok- ing has been declared danger- ous to both the smoker and the non-smoker in the immediate vicinity by the surgeon general of the United States of Amer- ican; and WHEREAS, studies have "shown that smoke form the burning end of a cigarette ( i.e. sidestream smoke; is even more toxic than the main- stream smoke inhaled by the smoker; .and WHEREAS, said sidestream smoke presents'a danger to non- smokers in general, particular- ly to children and all individ- uals with asthma, emphysema or inhalent allergies; therefore, RESOLVED, that the West Virginia Federation of Women 's Clubs in convention at the Greenbrier in White Sulphur CLOVER MITES-- This is also the time of year that an 8- legged reddish or brownish creature smaller than a pin- head makes its presence known in many households. The only way to know that this critter has eight legs is to look at it through a hand lens or magnifying glass. Homeowners become frantic when they try to brush these creatures off of walls or furniture as they crush easily and leave a brown streak. I'm talking about the clover mite. They don't bite, trans- mit disease, or feed on things .in your home, but they can be a little messy. Diazinon sprays will give osme control out of doors when placed in a band 18- 24 inches wide around the foundation of your house. Aerosol sprays are somewhat helpful indoors. In really bad situations, you may have to turn to a commercial pest control opedator. Pledge of the Year (left) Ann (}ore and Girl of the Year Mona Hutchison. Special For Mother's Day May 13th Historian, Genny The meeting with the Closing Those attending Lynn Crowder, ison, Janet Hanger, Betty Jo Jane Mender, Martha Bengy, Diane Mazella, Deanna Nancy Cales, Ka ows, Linda Keatley, Ann Woodrum, and Eddie Ra Mrs. E.R. Lilly of ,honored with a Saturday is .5th birthday May 1. Attending were: nn Lilly, Patty Shelly Quesenberry, and Melissa .Lilly, and Carmen Cales " Drew, red, Terri and Donna. Tin, C.L. Simpson of (his grandfather), Vest (uncle). Ericka Clinebell to attend but sent a P Potted Growing Rich S Webbs & Crab WV 253-8305 l ,'we:2=? sweater on over crisp white slacks (worn with "Sunliner," of course) and you look as great as you feel! For Comfort At Its Best, Get Together With the Sun and Sandals -ty Cabbies. Walking becomes a wholly new experience in "Sunlner' ... Cabbies cool, comfy sandal! You'll feel like the goings on air thanks to generous padding and an easy-striding low heel. For sidewalk or seashore comfort, this little sandal means business. You owe it to yourself to try it today! 24.00 -The Hub Cl0thing,,!0. "One Of West Virginia's Temple St., Hinton .White .Bone .Black Patent / SUNUNER + +man-made uDper material 4--Hinton NewsTues. May 8, 1979 News From Peterstown Extension Homemakers Celebrates Thirty four thousand Extens- ion Homemakers are celebrat- ing the housewife profession this week as they participate in an annual observance, National ttomemakers Week. Extension Homemakers Org- anization is a continuing educ- ation program co-sponsored by the Department of Agriculture and state and county institut- es of learning in an effort to keep the nations homemakers abreast with the times and enrich their lives both in the family and the community. Monroe County Extension Homemakers are launching a public-awareness campaign at this time to attempt to change the image of the Homemaker from a creature of routine, whose only distractions are the weather, undue noise and non- working household applicances to a self assured person who has discovered personality assets, physical and emotional streng- th, and ability Which motivates her to positive action both in- side and outside the homes. With the encouragements of her piers and the many re- sources provided by the Ext- ension Service, the homemaker demonstrates new confidence and a positive mental attitude, qualities which had lain dorm- ant in the old life thus pro- hibiting her from reaching her full potential. Extension Homemakers offers a program which is so diversified that a members in- terest may be held for 50 years. One member of a local club is 82 year of age and a charter member of the first then known as Farm Womans Club( in Monroe County, which was org- anized in 1940. Her recent pre- sentation of the lesson "Strang- er In The Night" demonstrat- ed only too well that learning is a life-long process and that mental alertness depends to a large extent on the willingness to accept the changing times Wesley Frame, Jr., performed the actual planting of the tree. The program ended with prayer by Casey Mann. Refreshments were served in the library directly following the ceremony. Out of town guests included several mem- bers of the Frame family, Mrs. Sandr Frame and son, W.C.; Mrs. Fern Frame, Mrs. Cherly Simmons, Shawn Frame, and Maria Frame. Several memb- ers of the Conservation Dep- artment were also present, Cap- tain Ivin Pizzino, Sergeant Jerry Croiser, and officers John Barnes, George Clarkson, Bob Nahodil, and Larry Case. Other out of town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Rob Doolittle, director of Moncove Lake, Mrs. Jerry Crosier, and Deputy Warren Smith. Mrs. Donetta Brown, chair- man of the Conservation Dep- artment, Peterstown Jr. Wom- an's Club, would like to thank everyone who participated or contributed to this project. Methodist Women Hold Meeting The Peterstown United Meth- odist Women met at the church for their April meeting. Mrs. William Wuggle, President, called the meeting to order and led the group in reading the "Purpose" of the United Meth- odist Women, Mrs Hazel Jer- vis gave the opening prayer. Mrs. Gladys McComas and Mrs. Mildred Dunn were in charge of the program. Mrs. McComas led the group in a litany called "Mary's Witness and Ours". Mrs. Mildred Dunn, Mrs. Billie Mann and Mrs. Edith Greene had a reading called, "In Remembrance of Me". "Were You There " and "He Lives" were sung by the group. The business session was con- ducted by the President with minutes being read by the sec- retary and treasurers report given. Group representation and reports were given. Proceeds from the Easter bake sale amounted to $147.50. and to recognize the good there. Mrs. Bethel Chandler report- The extension program is not ed on the plans which have been restricted to women but is open made for the Senior Citizens also to mem whose needs it may banquet. satisfy such as coping with th" !-t.Th. e spring District meeting loss of a spouse through death was announced for May 9th at or divorce and subsequently Marlington, West Virginia. "In- Springs, West Virignia, March 29- 31, 1979, shall set an ex- ample of leadership, restraint and consideration of those who share the air with them by declaring the convention hall a "No Smoking Area" while meetings are in season. Presented by Peterstown Wo- man's Club, Mrs. Herbert 1VIc- Donald, President. Woman's Club Hold Monthly Meeting The Peterstown Woman's Club held their April meeting in the gynasium of the Peterstown High School. The meeting was opened with the pledge to the Flag led by Mrs. Glenna Har- vey, who also led the group in the Club Collect. The meeting was opened with the president, Mr.s Herbert McDonald presiding. Mrs. Russell Fleshman pre- sented the devotions, using as her theme, "Music," and a reading "Making Melody". Mrs. Robert Perry, member of the Fine Arts, presented the program, at which time she introduced Mrs. Gordon John- ston, Drama Class teacher of Peterstown High School, who told of the group who would present a play which had been given at Concord College, with high rating, and also, they had given it at West Virginia University, also with high rat- ing. It was very much enjoy- ed by the members. The name of the play was "The Rook". The Fine Arts Department were in charge of the program and also served as hostess, Mrs. Russell Fleshman is chairman, with Mrs. David Bradley as co- chairman. Other members of the Department are: Mrs. Osby Harvey, Mrs. Robert Perry, Mrs. James Terry, Mrs. Evans Thomas, Mrs. William Broyles, Ms. Patsy Dunn and Mrs. H.H. Wilson. Minutes of last meeting were read by Mrs. Mason Chinault and approved. Correspondence was given by Mrs. Don Jarvis. Mrs. Fairley Long announc- ed that the Bird Sanctuary had been passed by the town coun- cil. The May Dinner of the club will be held at the Village Inn, ' .... Pearisburg, Virginia, this is the Carvel Criggs, David Humph- reys, Miss Shirley Myers and Miss Frances Terry. Mrs. "Brownie" (Mary) Meadows underwent surgery at Giled Memorial Hospital, Pear- isburg, Virginia this past week. Mrs. Evans (Kate) Thomas has been a patient in the Roa- noke Memorial Hospital, Roan- oke, Virginia for the past week. Guests of Miss Dorothy Par- ker during the past week were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wills of Columbus, Ohio. Dr. Craig Chinault has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Haven Chinault and bro- ther Dale. He was enroute from a three weeks vacation in Eur- ope where he toured parts of France, Holland, Germany, Switzerland and England. tte returned to Houston, Texas where he will assume his new duties as assistant professor in bio-chemistry at Baylor Univ- ersity College of medicine. AARP Meeting Held The Peters Valley AARP met at the Lindside Senior Center for their April meeting follow- ing their noon lunch. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Gladys Larew, with 25 mem- bers present and 27 visitors. One new member was added to the roll, Mrs. May Rarick. Lap Robes were exhibited, that had been made for shut- ins. Interesting and entertaining program was presented by Bob- by and Terri Lilly of Narrows, NOllE AGRICULTUII[ . YOUTH Beta Sigma Phi Celebrates A Beta Sigma Phi, a social, cultural and service organizat- ion, celebrated the 48th anniv- ersary of its founding. The chapter joined all other chapt- ers around the world in the observance. Mona Hutchison, served as chairman of the Founder's Day activities using the theme "Seek New Horizons". The cele- bration was held at Riverside with Lynn Crowder serving as toast-mistress. Lynn is retiring president of the Beta Ganna chapter. Others taking part in the program were: Nancy Cales, leading the Beta Sigma Phi 4-H Camp June 18-22 4-H members who plan to attend 4- H Camp June 18- 22, 1979, are urged to get applic- ation forms from their 4-H leaders at their May club meet- ings. Applications are to be returned to the WVU Extension Office by June 1. The camp will participate in the Summer Food Service pro- gram for Children, as it has in the past two years. The camp is open to all Summers County 4-H members ( ages 9- 19) as of January 1, 1979) without regard to race, color, sex or national origin. Applications Available Grace. The Founder's Day Pie= dge, Kayetta Meadows. Genny Bengy presented a special message from the international office in Kansas City, Mo. The organization was founded in Abilene, Karl. by Walter M. Ross. It is the largest women's sorority in the world. Celebrat- ions will take place in 30 count- ies in which the organization's 250,000 member in over 12,000 chapters exist. The organizat- ion is non academic, non- pol- itical, non- sectarian. The key to Beta Sigma Phi is freindship. Award presentation were made for perfect attendance to: Lynn Crowder, Mona Hutchin- son and Robin Mazella. The Valentine Girl award was pre- sented to Nancy Cales. Ann Gore was honored as Pledge of the Year. And Mona Hutchi- son received the Girl of the Year award. Each retiring off- icers was presented an officers disc. Honary members: Mrs. Lorraine Ritter and Nadine Woodrum were recognized and welcomed by the sorority. Officers for the coming year were installed. President, Mona Hutchison, Vice- President, Linda Meadows, Recording Sec- retary, Jane Mender, Corresp- onding Secretary, Janet Os- borne, Treasurer, Nancy Cales, Youth, ages 8-12 years, who wish to apply for the 1979 Summers County Youth Opport- Virginia. Bobby and Terri are unity Camp, June 25- 29, 1979, very interesting performers in should get application forms their "MAGIC" Tricks. from Virginia Neal in the Wel- The May meeting will be fare Office or Elizabeth Bare in held at the Peterstown United the WVU Extension Office. Methodist Church on May 22, Forms should be returned as and will be a pot- luck meal. quickly as possible and before "West Vh'ginia University June 1. The camp is open to income- gIUIIV! fXlfiSm SftYf eligible youth without charge and to other youth who wish to pay the necessary fees. Total cost is $40.00. The camp is co- sponsored by the Summers County Cooperat- iv. Extension Serve, the Dep- artment of Welfare and the.: Health Department. Funding is Beta Sigma Phi Offices for the year are ( Left to Right) President, Mona Hutcbison, Vice- President, Linda Meadows, Record- ing Secretary, Jane Meador, Corresponding Secretary, Janet Osborne, and Treasurer, Nancy Cales. being forced into the role of both father and mother to young children. Monroe County Homemakers activities during the special week of celebration was attend- ing church services on Sunday May 6th in a body, spot announcements were on the local radio station, window dis- plays and posters. Also sponsored a Health Sem- inar with classes in Self Care, Breast Examination, Coping With The Change of Women- hood were also offered. Programs and activities of Extnesion Homemakeers is ternational Year of the Child " is to be the theme for the day. Mrs. Tuggle announced that Bishop Wirtz would be at the Pickaway Church on May lOth and urged the women to attend. School ofMissions was ann- ounced for July 19-22 at Buck- hannah, W. Va. A Clean UP Day is being planned at the church for May 22nd. There is to be a Health Seminar at the Methodist Church for women of all ages on May 1st at 10:30 am. All women are urged to take ad- vantage of this. open to all persons without Mrs. Debbie Elmore will be in regard to race, color, or Nat- charge of the program in May. ional origin. Personals  Mrs. Nell Goodall visited her i; daughter Mr. and Mrs. Gary i: White and son at their home at : i: .... Sugar Groove, W. Va. She was : : accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Randall Ballard of Christians- burg, W. Va. Tribute Payed Tribute To Wesley C. Frame, Jr. Peterstown Junior Woman's Club payed tribute to Wesley C. Frame, Jr., conservation offi- cer killed in Monroe County in November 1978, by planting a tree in his memory during an Arbor Day Observance. The ceremony consisted of a flag presentation by members of Brownie Troop No. 2329; an Arbor Day address given by Allan Whorley, a member of The New Pioneer 4-H; and re- marks by Sergeant Jerry Cor- sier, Department of Natural Resources , on Frame's fine qualities as a conservation off- icer. Also, Captain Ivin Pizz- ino, Department of Natural Re- sources addressed the group expressing his sentiments and announced that Wesley C. Frame had been voted in the state of West Virginia as the "Officer of the Year". This award is given upon considerat- ion of merits and accomplish- ments of officers throughout the state. Paul JOnes, president of the local library board, made a short statement acknowledging Frame's merits and thanking the Junior Woman's Club for so honoring him by placing a tree on the library grounds. Fairley Long, president of Peterstown Rotary, with the assistance of W.C. Frame Ill, son of the late May meeting, on the regular By RobertM. Baber provided through the Governor meeting night. ..ANTS OR TERMITES ? -- 's Office of Economic Opport- Members enjoying the meet- About this time each year ter- unity, the Summer Food Ser- ing and social hour other than mites and ants begin to swarm, vice for Children and local the memlers of the Fine Arts Why do ants and termites donations. Department were: Mesdames swarm?Well, the wholethingis The camp is open to any Jennings Carden, Haven Chin- dependent on temperature, eligible youth without regard to ault, Mason Chinault, Melvin light, humidity, and baromet- race, color, sex or national Chinault, Eva Coulter, Claude tic pressure. When all of these origin. Dalton, Clarence Drain, Eugene factors are just right, the re- Floyd, Harry Gentry, Elsie Hel productive forms leave their m, Don Jarvis, Hazel Jer- nests in swarms. Ants and vis, Tully Larew, W.W. Kersey, termites are frequently swarm- Thelma Lawson, Fairley Long, ing at the same time, and this Herbert McDonald, J.A. Mc- creates some real confusion Kenzie, Gordon Miller, John among homeowners. Nester, Lewis Noble, James Probably the easiest way to Ramsey, Dennis Sibold, G.L. distinguish termites from ants Spangler, James Terry, Estil is by observing the wings. The Taylor, Alonza Whorley, H.H. termite has two pair wings of Wilson, Penny Shrewsbury, equal length, while the ant has two pair wings of unequal len- gth. Another way to tell them apart is by their waistline. The termite has a thick or fat waistline, while the ant has a very thing one. Just because you have a ter- mite swarm around your house, don't panic. I'm not saying to ignore the problem, but don't be pressured into emptying your wallet to some fly-by-night pest , control firm. You'll probably . : : come out way ahead by gett- ing touch with two or three | established pest control firms fiedand inspectionletting themfor makeyou. Therea boat-is  io! very good USDA bulletin on termites called "Subterranean Termites-- Their Prevention and Control in Buildings." Left to Right- Mrs. J.A. McKenzie and Mrs. Herbert Mc Donald. Peterstown Woman's Club Sponsors Resolution A resolution to declare the Convention Hall a "No Smok- ing Area" while meetings are in session was sponsored by the Peterstown Woman's Club and presented at the 73rd Annual Convention of the West Virginia Federation of Woman's Clubs, March 29-31, held at The Greenbrier at white Sulphur Springs. The resolution under the dir- ection of the Public Affairs and complied by Mrs. Nally Mc- Kenzie, was passed by the Convention. It read as follows: WHEREAS, the General Fed- eration of Women's Clubs and the West 'Virginia Federation of Women's Clubs have been lead- ers in the fight against the major causes of illnesses, dis- ability and death, and specif- ically against cancer 'in all forms; and WHEREAS, cigarette smok- ing has been declared danger- ous to both the smoker and the non-smoker in the immediate vicinity by the surgeon general of the United States of Amer- ican; and WHEREAS, studies have "shown that smoke form the burning end of a cigarette ( i.e. sidestream smoke; is even more toxic than the main- stream smoke inhaled by the smoker; .and WHEREAS, said sidestream smoke presents'a danger to non- smokers in general, particular- ly to children and all individ- uals with asthma, emphysema or inhalent allergies; therefore, RESOLVED, that the West Virginia Federation of Women 's Clubs in convention at the Greenbrier in White Sulphur CLOVER MITES-- This is also the time of year that an 8- legged reddish or brownish creature smaller than a pin- head makes its presence known in many households. The only way to know that this critter has eight legs is to look at it through a hand lens or magnifying glass. Homeowners become frantic when they try to brush these creatures off of walls or furniture as they crush easily and leave a brown streak. I'm talking about the clover mite. They don't bite, trans- mit disease, or feed on things .in your home, but they can be a little messy. Diazinon sprays will give osme control out of doors when placed in a band 18- 24 inches wide around the foundation of your house. Aerosol sprays are somewhat helpful indoors. In really bad situations, you may have to turn to a commercial pest control opedator. Pledge of the Year (left) Ann (}ore and Girl of the Year Mona Hutchison. Special For Mother's Day May 13th Historian, Genny The meeting with the Closing Those attending Lynn Crowder, ison, Janet Hanger, Betty Jo Jane Mender, Martha Bengy, Diane Mazella, Deanna Nancy Cales, Ka ows, Linda Keatley, Ann Woodrum, and Eddie Ra Mrs. E.R. Lilly of ,honored with a Saturday is .5th birthday May 1. Attending were: nn Lilly, Patty Shelly Quesenberry, and Melissa .Lilly, and Carmen Cales " Drew, red, Terri and Donna. Tin, C.L. Simpson of (his grandfather), Vest (uncle). Ericka Clinebell to attend but sent a P Potted Growing Rich S Webbs & Crab WV 253-8305 l ,'we:2=? sweater on over crisp white slacks (worn with "Sunliner," of course) and you look as great as you feel! For Comfort At Its Best, Get Together With the Sun and Sandals -ty Cabbies. Walking becomes a wholly new experience in "Sunlner' ... Cabbies cool, comfy sandal! You'll feel like the goings on air thanks to generous padding and an easy-striding low heel. For sidewalk or seashore comfort, this little sandal means business. You owe it to yourself to try it today! 24.00 -The Hub Cl0thing,,!0. "One Of West Virginia's Temple St., Hinton .White .Bone .Black Patent / SUNUNER + +man-made uDper material C(lbr a*es e act[ planting of the tr '['be prugm ended with pray Tniy o thu.d Exteas- by Ca Ma. ion Homemak a celebrat Refreshment. re  in ing the howie pfian the library dirUy folawiag th,.kastherticilei. Ule cemony Ot or thwa .annlebanee, Natlona gus included eveml m- .... k(rs oWmek .................. llEsle n H ke Org- Sandr Frame and n, wc: amtion Js a continuing edu M Fern Frame, M (herly ationprogramsporedby Simmer, Shown Prame. and the Depadmem of Agrietdt Maria Prame Seval memb aud wLe and eozy inswuv e of the Coeatioa ep- of leering it 1 an effo  to artmtwealsoprent, Ca keep the natlo homemake tath Ivin pizzinc, Sergm abast wih the tim and JeyCroiser.andoffieeJohn enrich m.r J tth n the S, Corg Clarkn,  ramny and the commity Nahedil, and Larry Ca Other Monr catty Zxteion out or ew,, gts were Mr Ilomemake a latching a andMJm. RobDooJflLle, dirtor blicares eampgo al of Moorage Lake, M Jerry tlds time to attempt to eMnge Crosier. and Deity Wan the mge or th Uomeker Smith whese only distracUons a the man of the 'onseaton Dep ealher, undue noise and n- artment, Peletnwn Jr Worn omng hohId apple an's Oub, wo.ld .k o thank toasefaasedpexsonwhohas everyone who parucipaed or dkovered inalfly asts, contributed to this pjt physical and emote.hal strens th. ned abildy Weh motiwt M eth wo..e, mtld u,,,g her n, p*si,ve aeton t . 'e vttown L'nted eth. side and uuide the hom edist Womez met at file church With the enoagemts of for their Aprd mUng M her ple and the many r William Wuggle, Prident , predd by the zm. eallthe mting to ordr nd so. Seco, thommker led the gup  ang the mnra nw o,doe "pu,ee" or the nt Seth 4--Hinton News Tues. May 8, 1979 News From Peterstown Extensio nHomemak Wley Fame, Jr, prormed Springs, Wt virlgnia, Mab Cae) Oiggs. DavW tlph- ample of ldehp, rtrant and der.on at those who .he the ar wth them by dlariug the eonveuLion hall a "No Smoking A" while mtthgs ae .n sean. Preted by eeteto w man's Club, M Herbert I'ac. Donald, Pide.t o.,..'s Cl.b aod Moathly Club held their April/nting in the gynasi of the Petersthwu High SchI. '],he mhng w opened with the pledge lo Nle Flag led by  Gle 14or. vey, who .iso led me group u the Club Collt ',e mmg w opened wth the pident. Mrs Herber MeDnnald preadg M Rell Fleshn  nted the devetio, ing as her meme, "Me" and a rea01ng 'Making Mellly". M. Roat Pems, memr of the Rue Am, p,t the pgram, at which time she .oaue M Cor. John- ston, Oram css obr of Petetn lfiOi SehL wha told of the group who uld it a pWy hoh had = gwen at Concord College, wth blh nag, nd al, tey d ys. Mi Shirley Mye and Fn Terry. Mru. "Sie" #Mary) Mdaw dt sger at Gned MemorisL UptUll, Pr bg, vlJa this pt wk .oke Morml Hpiw. lln eke, VirgVa for the past wk Gue o M Durutby Par- ker during the pat wk were Mr. and M Eugene WXls of Columb, OWn r Craig Chi.t ha hn viaiting h I.ts, Wr and  Haven Chilt and bre- met Dale. He was enute fm a thr w wcaton in E e he he toed parts of SwLra.d and Eglnd e reted to Hotun, Tes where he wll aume his new dut as ata,,t prufr m blomlry at ylor Univ- ely clzege or medicine A^RP M,ngaetd The Pete Valley AARP met at the uniae senior Ceat for thor April mtng foUow- ing their nn lu=oh. The mti.g was Balled th ol,aer by the pide.t, Mrs. Beta Sigma Phi Celebrates Beta SIGma phi, a slal, Gee 'IJleFodersDayPle, son and Robin Ma11a The Historian, Gennyl cultalandrviceorgt- dge, KayettaMeadows Gey VatttheGirla,ardwaspre- ion, celebrated the eath atmiv 8engy prentcd a special sented to Naue) Cafes Ann ery of RS [oding "me msagefromthemletioaal Gore waa bounred as Pledge of chapter joined atl other etapt- office in Ka Cty Mo the Year A,d Moaa Itutehi- ad the world in the Theorani=tionwfoundad son rived the Girl of the in. Janet obe, in Abgene Ka.. by Walter M Year award Ech retiring oft Hanger, Be Mona Huthon, sed as Ross It s the Igt women's krs as pr,,senled an officers Jane Md, chairman of the Poder's Day rerity in tile worZd Celebrm disc lionary melnben: Mrs blartha acUviti ling me theme onswillkeptacemcount trraine RtR.r a,d Nadine Bengy. "SeekNewHorizo"'aecel mwhiehtheorganilion's Wtdrumererognizedand Mal[a, bration w hed at Pdvide co0 member in over 12 elcomed by the su,,ny Nancy with Ly Crowder serving as chapten exist. The orga,gt Officers fur the cmisg year ows, lnda toast-mts Lynn s mth'ing ion is non academic, non- r,l weretalted Presden Mona pridt of the Beta Gala ilical, nm, stadanThekeyto Hutehisnn, Wee pnsdent chapter Beta Sigma Phi is freindhip hinds Meadows Rnrding Scc. othe tadng part tn the Award prmatinn were rotary Jane M,'odu,. Coesp- progr we: Nancy Cal. madefarperftattendaneeto: oudh,g e,'ctary lanai Us. leading the Beta Sigma Phi Lynn Crowder, Mona Hutchin t,rue, 'IVeae,ller Nancy ('ales. 4-H Camp June 18-22 4 tt membem who pn to aRed 4 R Camp J W , i/0, are gd to get apptic aUon forms fm their 4-H leade at their May club mt- d,gs Appleatio a to be rued to the wvu Extelon Office by June 1 'e camp Will participate in the Smer FOOd Service E' gram for Child--,  it h in te past two y,a, e mp L or-. to alt sme Coty 4-n memhe 1) wtht regard to ra, ands psitive menthl attilude edJst Women, M [lal Jer l,,alit wbuh bad lain dam- vis gave the openi.g pryer. nl ,. the old le th p M Cdady MeCma =.d hJbtthg r (rum aching h mr Mldred Du,ln ere n ull tsge,,tiaL charge el the program. Mrs Ete.aion Homemak MeComas led the group in a orf a program which s so ma.y caned "Mary's WtnPss divemied that a memer in- and Ou' M Mlded Dn. t,.,aybheIdforyra M Bmie Mann and , une .,emtr of  Il el is edith Gr. had a rea0.g S2 r or age a.d a charter called, "In Remembranoe of mumberefthe fttthenkwn Me" "Were You 'mere " a.d Farm Wu Clabl n "H Uw" we a.g by the Menr Cou.ty, which w urg- gup a.dd i. tS0 Her rnl pr "n,e bmns on wa eon- nta.o. of the Inn "Stra.g deled by the Prdant with I The Night demnnslra- mnut being rd by the e- do,,*yt,wellthatlealng thry a.d Ireasers ep a Iifelu.g r and that gi,eu Gro.p repnation mental ater,, depends o a and  were given I.rge e,enl nn the wmi.gn pex from the Eter t accept the ehangi.z tim bake le amounted to t4 SO nd to ogniz the god the M Iethel andlr rpor. "rn et=on program a not ed on the plan which haw b. ,trictedtnwomenbutsupen made for the S,er Citizens al =o mere wh needs It may b.uquet atLsfy uh a oping wth t.   Sprng Distrlee ,ntng o uf a spo though death qta ouuo or May h a, nr divuree and subsequeuty Marlhlgtan r Virgin "In ,.g oreed into the rol or bth ter"atioal Year nr the Child fther and mother to young i th be the tbeme for the day ehilm'en r4 rruggle ann,,w,eed that Msnr Cty Hsmem,e Bishop Wlrtz would be at the aei.,tJe drmg the ap pckaay Church o. May lh *k oC eelebrath,n was aUend. nd urged the womeo th uend. i,,g heh siees on Sunda ShL o MLsioas 'a ,m My Sth In a body, sro ancd rut dy I-Z a Buck- an,,ounc,,ts were a. the ha,man, W Va Ial rad,, sa,io., widow dis A Cle. UP Day is be,.g ph,ys and wste p.ned at the church nr May Al spond a ttlth Sam. ad h,r with elas in Self Care. Te is lo be a nlth Ire.Sl Eamirtinn, Coping S.dnar , the Methodist with 'l. ChanGe of Women- Church for *omen of 11 g II,,,) were al oered o. y :,t at J00 a m All rrogr and etviti or ume. a rged o lake sd- xton Itomemak s as.rage <,f this on th aLl p without MDehbelmew,lbein rega,d tn race, enlnr, or Nal- charge ur Ihe program i. M=y Mrs NeLl C.daLL vistted her dughler Mr nd m Gary White and son a* their home al Sugar C*e, W Va, She w aeeumed by Mr and M Ra.a.II Balard of Chris,a. berg, W Va Wlbte P=y Trmme To We.y C, rram, Jr. Pete,. Junior Waman's Club pyed tribute to wley C Frame, Jr. coation rim- ear kmed n Mr County in 'oember l, by pla.ti.g tr I,, hi. memor drng an m,br nay Obrvan The mon eisled nf a Bag prntaUo, by memt.'ra ur m',lie Troop Na z: an ^rlr Day addr giw, by mla. Wharly, a mambo- nf The New Piunr 4-1i and re. marks by Sergeant Jey Car- oler, Ipartme.t o Natural Rsaurs, n. ame's ri quaWi as a come.alien e- leer ^l, Captain Ivn P= i.o, nttme.t of atal Re suure addred the group ering his .enlme.ls and announced that Wley C Frame had been voted in the slate uf Wt Virginia as the ">ffir nf the Year" ts aard is ven upon en.idrt. iun o mts a.d accomplish mants or umce thghnut the tate Pa JOn, pidenl or the local library brd, made a ahar statement oeknawLedgi. Frame meri aud thankin the Juniar W.m.n's Club r su hrlag him by laethg a tr he library gtmds Fairtey Ing. pregnant ar Pelw. ttary, wth the a,sl.=n at WC h'ran,e Itt. . o the I.le given it at Wt vrginta Univeity, al wlth high rat- ing n was ver much jny. ed hy the memr e name af the Play a "e Ik". The eine W Dertmenl were i. charge o the program and alo rvea as ts, M RseU Flhman a ehaian, *ith M, David Brade> as co- chairman, Om meme n( the rmen : M= Oby Haey, M. rt Pey. i. Ja Terry, Mra ;va Theresa, i WUliam Bpt. MS Pa D. and M, ItH, Wilson, Mnut ur last mting were read by M Masa. Chinault .d approv Core,,deaee ws gven by Mrs. Do. Jrvia M, Vairley Ing au.n- ed that the Bird Sautry had ,. as by the town enun- 'n,e May Dinner e{ . club wtl he held at the Vmage InnS" Pearsrg. Virginis, thi, is the ay ,ntag, un th rular m.ng nght im e,,joying the u,t ing a.d aW ho other than Ihe memtra of the Fe ,r Deltme.t we: Mdam Jo.b,gs Carden, lav Chin. auU, Mon Cbuault, Malvt Chnaul, . Coulter, Claude DaJton, Clarence Drain, Eugene luyd. Harry C.try. Elsie HUl m,  Jarvia, R=el ar vs, "hilly lr, W W. Ke=ey. m taa, Fairley Ing, Herbert Mernald. JA M- Kea=ie, Crdan Miller, John Nter, twis Noble, Jam Ramy, D,nis SiJd. G.L Sger, Jam "rey, Escil Taylor, Alenza Whley, H H Wigan. Pe.ny Shreaby, LeR o m.t- M, J.A. SeKe.= .*d Mrs, aer. Mc DoW. Ve'e*nWom.n'sClub forms; and Spo.ssResolutMa WEtEREAS, cigatte smok- A rolutinn to dla the ing has been declared danger Convenlion Hall a ,,No Smuk. oustoboththeokerandthe ngAa" while ,n.gs are n ,io.-smoer in the mmediate sio. was s,'d by he vici.itybythessngenaJ 'etowa Wnm. Cuh ad or the Unit stat or Amer- p.ted a me 7rd n iean a.d Cnn.ntiouutheWtVirgi.a. WlmIE.S, .la(h have VeraUan nf Wan's Cl.bs, ho*n that moke form the Marsh Z't. held al 'me huingendafaegarettend Grnbrier at While Snlphur sldtream smoke; is eve. Sprin more tnxie than the man The lu.on .dr the dr- slream a,noke inhaled by the .nn of the Public Aa, and .muker; a.d optid by M Naly Me WmRe,S d sldesm Ke.=ie, w ssed by the smokepnmangertono. Conver,Uun It r,d as nUo: nlok t. genal, prUar- wlmIS, the Cneral eed. I to children =rid aU Indvd- eraio, nf Womens Club. a,,d ua *ith thma. emphya the W 'Wrgini Fe:rtan of o, InheLe.t alZegi; therern. Women'sCuhavel'enleadi RZSOLVEr, that the Wesl era in mo right agahlst the Virginia FederaU er Wamea mawr ea at In, ds- 's Clus in coavenUon at the ability a.d dth, and sp'ir t;rnbrer in Whlte sIph.r Gled Larew. wRh 5 mere- color, s or national origin t pnt and Z/ vlsltors. One new member war add to the II. tvh-s, May Rarick Applications LaPha dRbesbeen weremadeeXhibRed'for shut- -- *l 11 Be Sigma Phi Offices Ior the year are { LeR to RighO President. no Lilly, Patty thai Available o., HUI', Vic President, Linda Meadows, Record" ? lug cretary, Jane Mdor, Corrndhtg Secretary, Janet itlnterestmg an d entertaining Youth, ag -12 y, who Oabe, and Treasurer, Nancy CRies, p g p edbyB ru reWaS rea t o wish to apply for Lhe lg79 by an rri Ully [ Naws S Co ...... :i a BLbbY and ..... re ........ tuY.O, PlP, very nter g pe ormers m heud get application rms their ,'MAGIC" Tricks Th ts t It be omvrgmaNea n heWd- e y ming wt ao arg[tzabethBarein held st the Petetow, United th WVU Z t Orrce Methodist Chh on M .... F r ...... dXured ` a; and wiU be a pot luck meal quickly as W, ssthte and befo wt vuta, ula Je t The camp is open th in.me. t,tllt[ tltl/lll@l M eligible youth without charge .: EW$j and to other youth who wish to pay Ihe ml f 1 The camp s  spor by the Sue Catty Cperal. xe Extet.rdon (ce, the Pep arlment of Welf and the IM[. gllLrUl[, OUI# Hlth Department Funding is Sy ".,, . B,. pvWed through the veor AN OR TERMITES ? - 's office of Fomle Opport- Abnul this time eh yr ter- mit and ants begin to swarm Why do anw nd temlt swarm? Well, the where thing Is de.dent on temperal, light, hdity, a baromel- tie psure When 11 or th aetnrs a Jt rgbt, the r- mit are frtuen.y swa- kng at the same *me, and thia ert some rl nfion among homeowne Probably the eait way o distinguish termt from ants s by oblong the ng The ternlite has two pair wings of equal length, whe the am has two pals wm or uq: leo gth Another way o tell them apart i by their waistline. The termite has a thick or fat ::g":,::2Y ....... Jus( beeae'yeu have a ter- mite swarm aund n ho. don't panic rm not saying to ignnre the pblem, but don't be pred into emptying yo wallet to some fly.by-night pt etl firm You'll proably come out way ahead by gett- ing touch with two  ttwae tablished pest contl fi and letting them make a bonl- fi iFection for you Th is very good USDA bulletin on term called "Subtnn TermRes-- Thee Frevtion and Cotllrol in Buildin " aLso the file of yr that an 8 leeged reddh or broh eau smaller than a pin- head mag RS pnce known i. many hoolds The only way to m that this critt h eight legs is to Ik at il threugh a hand Mm or magnifying gla [tnmwue become frantic when they try 1o brh the etu e(r o( wUs ur funlttu as the}' ch sily and lea a bwn st.. l'm talking about the cler mte Tey don't he. - lit disea, or feed on things in yo home, but they can be a little my Diazinon sprays will give me control uut of d when placed in a hand IB- 24 indl wide aund the to.datSun or mewhat helpful ind. In ally tad stto, you y have tn t to a eummerela ( ennl eator ity, the Smmer Food Ser- v far C)drn and lJ d " tenptl is o to any - ellgib[e youth without regard to ra, eulur, x or naliona] pledge o[ the year deft) Ann Gore and Girl o# the Year Mona orgth Hut.l,on. Special For : : Mother's Day l i May 13th .... For Comfort At Its Best, Get Together With the Sun and Sandals by Cobbies. wo,., be ....... .o,o experience in 'Sntiner" Cobbles cool, comfy sondoH Youll feel tle the goings vn air thonSs to generous podding and on sy-srrlding low heel For sidewalk or sshore comfort. h[s li.le ndol ns business You owe ir to yourself o I ry r today) ZI O0 .White .Bone .B ]-ael Patent "One Of West Virginia's Fine Stores"