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4 The Gle~ville Democrat/PathGnder ]anuary 8, 1976 SPECIAL Broughton Milk 1 Gal jug-S1.59 SUPERETTE Christmas baby born at Calhoun General Timothy Bryan Carder was a Christmas Day baby born at Calhoun General hospital. He is son of Delores ~. :.:..~.:.: Gilmer Shoe Et Harness Repair eHeels While You Wait eQuality Materials eGuaranteed Workmanship oReasonably Priced 215 S. Lewis St. at the foot of Town Hifl and Gary Carder of Linn, and he has an older brother. Gary L. Carder, 1r., age 2. Being a Christmas baby at the Calhoun hospital, he was put into a special going home Christmas stocking, and posed here with his mother. This Christmas stocking is a speciality of the Auxiliary of Calhoun General, and Delma Kemper, on the left, and Mary Louise Smith, right, are in charge of the project. They have special wraps for other holiday babies born throughout the year. Timothy Bryan Carder was born at 9:35 a. m. on the morning of December 25, and weighed 8 lbs. 8 oz. Old basketball, picture is identified \ Mary Davidson and Stan D'Orazio identified the men in this photo. The team picture was taken back in the 1934-35 season and was shot in front of the old gym bulldins where Pioneer Center stands now. First row, left to right, Paul Jones. Stall D'Orazlo, Robert Combs, Hillis Cottle, and Frank Martino, Second row, left to right, Paul Fulks, Tom Pierce, Andrews and |ohn Marra, Third row, left to right, Charles Barnett, Lloyd Matheny and Richard McKinney. :~:~:~:~:.:~:~:.:.~:~:~.:.:~:.:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~y:~:::::~:~:~:~:.:~.:~::~::.:::~:~::::::::~:~:.:::::::::::::::::::::::::..::::::::::::::~::::::::::::::~::::~:::.~:~::~:~:~:::::~:~:::~:::::::.:::: ~:~:~:::::~:~:~:::~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~...:~:~:.:.:~:.:~:~:.:.:...:~:~:~:~:~;~:~:~:.:.:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~..::~.:~:~:~:.:~:~:~:~:::..:::~:.::;.::::~::::::~:.:::::.::~::~::::::~:~::~.:::::~:::.:. :.:.:.:.,." .:.:.:.;.:, !!i!!!ii!ii FIN Friday - January 9 - Gilmer County Trailriders. 7:30 P.M. at Club House for election of offlcers. Saturday - January 10, 7:30 p.m. The Gilmer County Gospel Singers Association will sponsor their reIPIar monthly sing at the Recreation Center. Featured this month will be th Gospel Travelaires from Gralhm, W.Va. and Boyd Jackson from Parkersbura, who plays the electric auto-harp. The public is cordially invited to attend. Monday - January 12 at 7 p~n., 4-H sewing workshop, room 107 at the Science Hall Bufldin8 on GSC campus. Monday - January 12, the Women's Club of Glenville, GSWC, will hold a meeting. Guest speaker is former resident Mrs. Verona Lee [Hess] McCandiess, who will speak about crafts. Monday - January 12, the Collese Street United "Methodist Ladies Aid will meet in the church basement. Monday - }anuary 19, at 6 p.m., Gilmer County Shriners Dinner at the Conrad Restaurant. -.-.-...-.-. ........,.... :,:.: :..'~.~:.:.'. -...: .. ::~: :": .':.'::.--~":.:::::.....:..'.: :..-,:.: ;...~ ......, :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: I I IIII IIII II by Audrey Conrad Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Adren Conrad, during the holidays, were, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Conrad and children, Billy and Chuck of Parkersburg. Charles Freshour, of Sand Fork, will be admired to Morgantown Univ. Hospital, ]an. 5, to have his tonsils removed. Ruth and Danny Glascock and Mrs. Glascock visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Luzader during Christmas. Dean and Wilma Dummermuth and family, of Dover, Ohio, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.W. Canfigld, over the holidays. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ira Meyer is Mrs. Meyer's mother, Mrs. Alice McDannel, of Elizabethtown, Pa. ]ames and Betty Conrad and daughter Linda, visited his father, ]ames Conrad of Sand Fork To keep your youngster's freshly polished white shoes from getting scuff while you're getting ready to go out, pull an old pair of socks over his shoes. ! of them loved oneS. is timewor charges sale picture is unharmed. 5x7 bla~ and white copy Reason 1. We are income tax specialists. We ask the right questionS. We dig for every honest deduction. We want to leave no stone unturned to make sure you pay the smallest legitimate tax. IIIIIII THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE Glenville H Et R Block 212 Main Street -GLENVlLLE