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June 22, 1978

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WVU Graduates Many From A!ea I Ceremonlesi MORGANTOWN, W. VA. -- More than 4,100 undergraduate, graduate, and professional ,# degrees were awarded during the 109th Commencement recently at West Virginia University. Those receiving degrees were: From Charles Town: Alice M. Hayes, Dale D. Keyser, Jr., John W. League, Peter A. Sullivan, Michael D. Thompson. From Harpers Ferry, Bryan E. Pendleton. From Kearneysville: Robert E. Barrat. Shepherd- stown: Philip O. Moss, L. Dow Benedict, John D. Faber, Conrad C. Hammann, Stephen W. Larue. From Summit Point, Ruth E. VanTol. From Jefferson County: Sally Z. Adams, Wayne E. DeLauter, Mary S. Duke, Julia L. Franzen, Deborah S. Johnson, Elizabeth R. Smith, Vicki C. Swartz and Louis T. Tiano. From Martinsburg and Berkeley County: Richard B. Losh, Robert E. Mudge, James S. Murphy, Joanne Murphy, Michael Wayne Orr, Randall E. Palmer, Erich P. Sonnenberg, Jacqueline Stocking, Karla J. Strehle, Susan S. Tewalt, Jill K, Burkhart, Carolyn K. Cribbs, Albert W. Fiery, Lester M. Frank, Nikki Y. Isherwood, i James L. Moore, Austin L. Moore, Jr., Bruce A. Propst, Edna A. Shindle, Doris C. Tuck- wiler, Mary F. Whittington, Donald R. Dellinger, Karen Ann Butler, George R. Shepley, Virginia A. Shepley, Mary Lee Avey, Gall A. Brannon, Laurie A. Farrell; Mark G. Fuller, Sharon U. Jenkins, Yvonne M. Riner, Daniel N. Boyd, Johanna M. Brenner, Kim D. Brenner, Ann Brown, Jeffrey C. Susan E. Fink, Emmanuel Gage, Jr., Jay A. Garner, Allen L. Gatrell, Linda Marie Gutsell, Raleigh S. Hamilton, Stephen W. Hedges, Kenneth G. Henry, Scott L. WORLD'S LARGEST AIRCRAFT PART OF ANG OPEN HOUSE, TO BE HELD MARTINSBURG AIRPORT HANGER SATURDAY, C-5 GALAXY TO BE IN MARTINSBURG JUNE 24 -- The aircraft when first manufactured by Lockheed in the 1970's, the will be the main attraction at an open house to be held Saturday, 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. at the base of the 167th Tactical Airlift Virginia Air National Guard at the Eastern West Virginia Regional, Martinsburg. The C-5 is shown above with its nose up while unloading a huge recent military exercise in Savannah, Ga. This will be just one of many aircraft on display for the free which will be followed that same evening with a dance for the :p. until 1 a.m. at the Air Guard base and featuring the Ted Clark Honsaker, Olen J. Lamp, and Kathleen M. Linger. Expectant Mothers Ited To Attend Childbirth Classes Prepared Childbirth classes will begin a new series for ex- pectant parents whose babies are due in August, September and October. Classes will be taught to a small group of parents in the home of Mrs. Phyllis Schiwal. Discussions of the physiological and emotional aspects of normal labor and delivery are held. Couples are trained in breathing techniques, neuro-muscular control and pushing for delivery. The method of preparation is based on Parlor's theory of con- ditioned reflexes and Lamaze's labor and birth techniques. Classes prepare a codple for a conscious, participating birth experience. For more information please contact Phyllis Schiwal at 725- 6502, ext. 2458 before 4 o'clock and at 725-9458 after 6 p.m. Classes will be arranged ac- cording to due dates of the couples. Army Blues Jazz Group To Perform The Army Blues, official jazz ensemble of the United States Army Band will appear in concert on beginning at Berkeley Park as the Park" this year by the Council for Humanities, InC. The own versions more well as the standard yester-year. dazzling and of styles. In weather, the moved in, Hedgesville auditorium. Weekend b 25,00o,o o. summer dresses. SAVE ON A SELECT group of Women's Dresses. Solids, Prints. In Gauze, Polyester, Cotton, Knits. S'undresses Some Long Dresses. Misses, Junior & Half Sizes. DOES NOT INCLUDE ENTIRE STOCK Special 3forS5 Men's tops. Styled for summer in polyester/cotton. Easy- care tank in solids with contrasting trim. S,M,L,XL ( 5% to 50% off women's spc Save on a select group of Find slacks in your favorite styles Skirts in the newest lengths. sweaters and blouses to top them i cozy collection of colors, plaids, fashion-lover's dream. Does not include entire stock, tlikeP" Intermediate markdowns may have been ecial .214 to 4.,44 Jacquard beach towel. Great beach towels are absorbent all cotton with bright woven-in designs. Striking colors and com- binations. 27x55". >_._ ,o..,,,,.,_, th,sjCl_,enney TUES.-WED.-THURS. Member FDIC & SATURDAY I 9--5