Miss Douglass, daughter of Rev. Mrs. Ware, arrived at this place
Wednesday to spend the summer. She taught school in Pennsylvania this past
Work on the streets has begun under the direction of street
Bob Mollohan accompanied Harry Eismon to the eastern cities,
where Eismon will purchase a stock of goods, which he will put in at Minnora.
Squire Billie Jackson of Big Springs was here on business. He
has our thanks for a nice remittance on his subscription. Jackson is making a
first-class justice, and his administration is a clean one, and he no doubt will
be chosen in that end of the district in two years from now to succeed himself.
Fos Williams has returned home after a year’s absence. He has
been working on the St. Marys Oracle.
WVU Extension chorus of Grantsville has developed into a
community choir, and will continue next fall under the direction of Mr. Zerban
from Glenville college.
The choir will perform at the beginning of the variety show on
Thursday evening, sponsored by Grantsville Junior Woman’s Club, directed by
Prof. Jane C. Scott of WVU, and accompanied by Stephanie Shebatovich, WVU
Scott said that the
chorus has been possible through the com-munity spirit expressed by the citizens
of Grantsville and surrounding areas. She said special credit is due to Troea
Morrison, school superintendent, and Mrs. David Sayre, music instructor at
Calhoun High, who has assisted Scott and Spencer elementary music instructor