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January 23, 1976

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8 The Glenville Democrat/Pathllnder January 22. 1976 by Mary Harvey Clayton Lowther of Massillon, Ohio. was visiting his mother. Wanna Lnwther of Linn over the holidays. Mrs. Sarah Smarr was shopping Jn Weston Thursday of last week. Mrs. Roscoe Flesher of Troy has been released from the Stonewall "lackson Hospital. Blanch Day from Clarksburg was visiting her sister Wanna Lowther of Linn last Wednesday. MOBILE Rt. 33-119 -- 4 miles west of Weston A Complete Selection of Quality Built Homes 12-wides 14-wides double wides and modular on display Each home fully displayed and lighted for your shopping convenience OPEN FRIDAY TIL 8:00 PM Phone 269-1510 Member of W.Va. Mobile Home Association ::.::'-'..>':5":'-::::.'..::':':'.:..'.:.:.:.::'.:::.-:-.::-::.:::..,.:...::..::....:::.....;.:.:.:.../.:...........::::.2. ::.2.:...:.:. Mrs. Ruth (;arrett of Linn has been released from the Parkersburg Hospital and is getting along fine. Mrs. Mary Harvey entered the Stonewall Jackson Hospital lanuary 7 for observation. Mrs. Harvey is much pleased to read the recipe on how to cook "possum, by Miss Barbara Williams. Gilmer County Extension Agent. Mrs. Harvey said she would try it when she gets home from the Hospital. At the present she is eating chicken, potatoes, green beans, apple sauce and ice cream two times a day. Mrs. Susan Powall or {Grandma) as we all call her, celebrated her 98th Birthday January 1. She lives with her daughter Hazel Burkhamar at Linn. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reese and son, Dennis of Troy, spent Christmas Holidays with their son Gary and family of Warren, Ohio. Mrs. Flora Varner of Troy. returned home Saturday from Dayton, Ohio. She had spent some time with her daughter. Mr. Samuel Raese of Troy made a business trip to Parkersburg one day the past week. V READS YOUR STARS If you were born this week: Self-reliant. invenhve, and somewhat unconventional -- that's you. Routine work bores you. You thrive on the newness of the unex- pected. You're outgoing and friendly to all, hut tend to have few intimates. You abhor injustice and are very much a humanitarian. ARIES (3/21-4119): This should prove to be an tn- terestinq week. Aries Look for the unusual tn dealings with others Help qwen and receiv- ed may take on new facets Emotions are uneven at best. especially where a friend *s concerned TAURUS (4120-5120): The brass ring awaits. Taurus It wont drop in your lap. but if you grab for it, it can be yours. Then. a whirling merry-go- round of the objective view ver- sus the subjective view A sen- sible mixture of the two keeps yOU on your steed, GEMINI (5/2'1-6120): Great vibes open your week with romance leading the way Then keep your cool as con- ditions become steamy around work or a prolect. Week closes with a strange twist of events Beware the glad hand MOONCHILD (6121-7/22): Matters at home get a lift from an unexpected source Love encounters a problem that only empathy and a level head can solve Someones desire for e~ther too much or not enough may be part of this problem, Week ends with a work-out, LEO (7/23-9/22): News signals opportunity Practical effort is your magTc wand for ac- complishment Later, emotions run high at home. Take notice of the total picture, not just one aspect Week comes to a lov- ing finale. VIRGO (8123-9122): Chance of a well-deserved reward begins your week. Take care not to be a yes-man at this time. You will have a wilt of your own -- use it. A feminine encounter wraps up the week with a flourish, LIBRA (9123-10123): Cupid is quite active around you, but his a~m may not be perfect Be prepared for a possible m~x- up F,nances could recewe a boost Cons=tier before spen- dinq adam this week Later an ,ntr*qumq call brings vo~ something to th~nk about SCORPIO (10/24-11/22): Read between the hnes Scorp Clear your head and use the Ioqical part of your brain Your emotional s~de may not be en- brelv trustworthy now Later a=d Its up to you whether or not to accept ~t SAGITTARIUS (11/23-12/21): Your ~nner feehngs may be very different from those you show the world If you allow anqer and frustration to mount inside youll blow Week reveals several good valves for releasing the pressure Take advantage of them CAPRICORN (12/22-1/19): A difference between your desires and your obhgat~ons may be pointed out to you The ddemma could come into focus as week begins M~dweek br*nqs the answer if your m=ncI ~s open Week closes w~th deci- SiOn AQUARIUS (1120-2119): The sun enters your s~gn this week Aquar,us The warmth and vigor of ~ts energ=zing rays will pick up your whole year Be careful of sensitive feelings at thqs t,me A run-in with a hot- head could crack your calm exterior Easy does ~t PISCES (2120-3120): YOu may be deahng w,th acceptance and reiection, also with holding on and letting go. Development of a completely new con- sc~ousness is possible, but it won't be easy: much soul searching ~s necessary GARTON REAL ESTATE INC. BROKER Serv,ng The Real Estate Needs of Gilmer, Lewis, Braxton, Upshur, and Harrison Counties, P hone 269-1527 421 MAIN AVE. WESTON, WV 26452 II imm !~ ; i[ UNDER FIRE from much of the Vcashington press corps, B hite House Press Secretary Ron Nessen has been trying to improve his relations with reporters covering the President. Recently, Nessen arranged a press conference with President Ford in~iting about 40 reporters and barring television sound equipment, for ~hich he was widely criticized. Jim your 'v'o~kswa 1710- i.ii With a checkbook you can any sum of money safely. signature is your security. cancelled checks are proof bills are paid. Open a count. No minimum balance. I mmm III I III I v~ e 2 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: e Since 1915, the Junior Chamber of Commerce members have been involved in business and civic affairs in communities across the United States. They are part of the American tradi- tion of free enterprise and an asset to any community. We salute the hardworking, dedicated Jaycees of and thank them for their efforts on behalf of this community. This message of support is brought to you by the following (;timer County merchants and businessmen: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::;:;:::::;:: e e tB tB IJ BEN FRANKLIN DRIVE INN R.]INAM' S RESTAI..RANT EXPO BARBER COIJ3NS INSURANCE GLENVIIJ FORD SAIJ S EARS CATALOG STORE DAVIS CL(TrHING SPURGEON MORTUARY, INC AUI SALES McPHERSON REAL ESTATE KANAWHA UNION BANK L MORRIS WEIZ SERVICE JAMES S. FOX'S WEI ING & ROUST-A-BOUT SERVICE GB2VIER GRAPHICS, GLENVILLE MIDLAND STORE I :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :':::::t: e 28 O2 JAN7fi ~-,~,m 1; ~ I11 m i ;! ~ii