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by Thelma Shackleford h;I.u~,r~ I: ~'),~, , J,- Ih.nu,( I;,! I'athlinder 7 3 (Short~ 5.hnel t)l in the Stonewall Hospital at \Veston. of Mr. and Mrs. family were Mr. Mind,~ and Missy. !of Ashland, Ohio. the Dave Skidmore Creek at Cox's ary 1, they of Fairmont has and Mrs. Larry Mrs. Linn is the Mathess. |@1500,,00@00000 is now )Put off planning hoping it will )f itself. !his happen to soon about d)sabil- and other may have to ~r fatally s linen- we do care future. BJBEALL, JR. Va. 26105 {304} 295-4561 295-5353 " @ New York, N.Y. IS@ O OOO OoO tOO 5.1r..nd .Mrs ~,(,r)l()ll )b~ilr(; ;llld Andrea oi Parkersburg were vis=tin~ their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Pa~e Ware of Cox's Mills. and Mr. and Mrs. Eldrid~e Law ()f Spruce Creek in Rilchie C(mnt~. The following were weekend ~ues~s of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Adams. Claude Adams of Linn. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Adams and Donna of Harrisville, and Mr. and Mrs, |ack Adams of Parkersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Page Ware were calling on Mr. and Mrs. Eldride Law Sunday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Law were celebrating their 5Oth wedding anniversary. ** Mrs. Shirley Greenlief and small daughter Chastity were visiting : Thelma Shackleford Monday evening. * Weekend guests of Rema Burton were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Burton and son of Weston, Jean Adams of Harriaville. Bill Ellyson of Williamstown. Mr. and Mrs. Run Burton and Toby, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Burton and family, all of Cox's Mills. Yvonne Ellyson and Dan of Clinton, Ohio. ** Mrs. loan Simmons and children were calling on Toots Shacldaford Tuesday evening. == lennings Luzader of Glenville was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Glendell Buther and girls. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,o Gideon Ellyson, were Mrs. Yvoane Ellysom sons Don and Kevin of Clinton, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ellyson of Williamstown. and Mr. and Mrs. Wade Adams and Donna of Harrisville. Mrs. Pearl Sheets was at her " home over the weekend. She has been at her daughters, Yvonne Ellyson of Clinton Ohio, she returned with her daughter. Mrs, Sheets has been ill for sometime, but is doing all right at this time. Mr. John McDonnel of Horn Creek, a wounded WW II veteran and senior citizen of Gilmer County, wants to thank the ones who sent him cards, flowers and who visited him in the Pittsburg Hospital. Also. he thanks the Open Door Chapel people in Ritchie my interest in the Modern Beauty Salon, Barbara Lydick. all my customers for their patronage and the past 16 years. as an operator in the salon and invite all my and new customers to drop by. Call 462-7271. Edith Ellyson '. :,)un|~, h)r the flowers and cards. RI.w. 1"4)liug visih,'d him in lhe Pittsburgh I lospitai. Also. he was a patieol in the (:larksburg tlospital over (:hrislmas and New Years. lie was vialled there by Rev. Eplin~. and }im and Bill Smith. who are members of the ()pen D(,Jr Youth (~Jnter. Iohn McD(mnel was taken to Clarkslmrg for treatment by Rev. Epling and Frank Lilly took him o=, Monday. Mr. Justin Skidmore will take him into Gienville on Friday on business. Karen Sue Joy. of Troy School. and a member of the YOUTH Center in Ritchie County thanks everyone for the flowers and cards when she was in the Morgantown Hospital. Mrs. Willard Joy thanks Rev, Epling for helping her when she went to Grantsville in the ambulance. She thanks Dr. Holler and everyone for visiting her there. Jim Smith brought her home when she was discharged, The Tanner United Methodist Church Women met February 3. Tuesday afternoon at the home of Annie Robinson. Those members attending were: Helen Edman. Ads Riddle. Mary Jane Robinson. Flora Bush. Sandra Stalnaker and Misty Stelnaker. Refreshments were served afterward. Mrs. Loretta Fox went to the doctor in GlenviUe Feb. 8 for a bad knee. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Miller returned recently from Parkersburg to visit their many friends, made when he was a minister here. Mr. Bud Cain is resting comfortably at home under doctor's orders since being ill. Mrs. Beaulah Robinson and daughter. Debbie. went to the doctor in Glenville recently. Mrs. Warren Edman visited Mrs. Dottle Gainer and Mr. and Mrs. ]. H. Boggs. whom is unable to be out. Mrs. Opal Bee of Weston visited her mother Annie Robinson and friends this past week. The Tanner Church Youth Group visited and sang for the sick and those unable to get out. Sandra Stalnaker had a Stanley Party lanaury 28 hosted by Mary Burton. Those attending were Beaulah Robinson. Elizabeth Hardman. Janet Wine, Joseph Wine, lane Law. Ginger Law. Flora Bush. Helen Edman, Ada P~dd3e and Misty Stalnaker. Refresh- re, rata were served aftor~ard~. Those celebrating their birthday recently were Ads Riddle. Joseph Wine and Loretta Fox. Bible study of Revelations will continue every Sunday night. Mr. Hartzal Cain's teaching. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night. Singing every Saturday night all begins at 7.-00 P.M. at the Tanner U,M. Church. h~," lean Mr. and Mrs, Ro~er l.un(hdl a).l Brian of Bu(:khanm)u were ret:enl guests of Mrs. l,undell'.~ l),renls Mr aad Mrs. Rex ilardmall. Mrs. Bonnie Drake has linen in Nitro visiling her daughh:r Kay Winter Mr. Joe Woofter was at Pickle Street on business Saturday. Mrs. Linda Carder and son. Eddie of Glenville. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Luther Heater Sunday. Miss Dabble Davis of Mr. Zion was here over the weekend and was a guest of her grandmother Floda Davis. She has been selected amon~ Who's Who of American High School students. Also visiting recently were Mr. and Mrs. lack Davis and Greg of Mineral Wells. We send sympathy to Mrs. Nettle Parsons on the sudden death of her step father Elmer Eckles. The Baldwin Homemakers Club held their regular meeting Feb. 3 with the president. Mary Stewart. presid- ing. Connie Cunningham and Alice Hoover were hostesses. The valentine theme was carried out. Eleven members attended. Three new members were added. Evelyn Peters. Ruth Holgate and Leo Langford. The next meeting will be held March 2. We extend an invitation to other Homemakers. Come visit us. The girl chosen as Miss West Virginia. will represent the Mountain State in the Miss USA Pageant. nationally televised on CBS-TV from Niagara Falls. N.Y,. in May. The new winner will be awarded a host of prizes including her Official jewelry and magnificent Crown provided by S.rah Coventry. Inc. She will spend 1 l days in Niagara Falls. r HEARING TEST SET FOR GLENVILLE W. VIRGINIA IDectronic hearing test will be ltmm at the Ceerad Hotel in G~tvJJJe each third Wednesday of the moeth from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. by Mr. Kemper Hyre, Certified Hesrinl Aid Audieiolzist. BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICE 442-B. W. Pike NI. Om'lmbur8, W.Va. 26301 Mr ;..I Mrs, (;ar~ (h)odrich, Nov(.)m|x~r. have m.v,,d b,, k ). I.i, k Fork in . trailer rhe~ pl.l, ),) build back as s(.)n ;is possibbL We(:k,;nd ~uesls at the horn(: ()I Mr. ;m(I Mrs. Ji)hn tlamri(: were Mrs. Roxie II.mr. and l)orsal. Mrs. Mesi:al Slump and l,ora, anti l)ebbie Miller all ot (;assaway. Mrs, Belle Melton was released from the Stonewall jackson Memorial ttospital Saturday. She is said to be improving, Mr l};.mV Joe Shock simnt the we-km.I with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. l,mes Shock of Normantown. \'It, Arlington james has he(m q)me ill the past few days, It is ~,:l.)rted that he is improving some no~, Mrs ('hem)with Stalnaker of P,,rker~bur~. a well-known person around this area. was released frond th. hospital recently and is recuperating at home. FOR MY MONEY You'll find the people at our Bank ore experts in financial adv.ice, if you're interested in a Savings Plan, a Check- ing Account or a Home Improvement Loan; vis|t us. And, when you run into a financial problem, we will give you extra help. Free Parking Facilities for Customers Located on Rt. 19S at ! ) Sale Time: 7:00 PM SKINNER & Col. JERRY STOUT PHONE 269.1411 OR 269.4478 Oak- MHW SSE Oak- MHW Oak- MHW Oak- MHW Good Material For more information contact: Phone office 765-7321 M anager H ome 765-2250 Pageant Officials annotmced. Sunday. February 15th as the final deadline for applications for the 1976 Mi~ West Virginia Pageant. to be staged again in Fairmoat at the Middletown Mall, during April. The West Virginia Pageant is an official Miss USA-Miss Universe Contest. There is no "'TALENT" reqttire- ment. all judging is on the basis of poise, personality and beauty of face and figure. Applicants must be between 18 and 28. never married and at least six month residents of West Virginia. thus college student are eligible. All girls interested in competing for the title, must write to Miss West Virginia Pageant Head- quarters. 603 Schrader Ave.. Wheel- ing. W. Vs. 26003 by February 15th. Letters must include a recent photo, a brief biography and phone number. The new Miss West Virginia will receive a $.500 Fashion Bug Wardrobe among her many prizes, she will be crowned by the current Titlelist. 21 year old Joyce Myers who will be present for the entire four day event at the Middletown Mall. m Your Nome Storm Doo~, alun~num or wh)te f)ntsh w~th Safety Glass S[orrn Windo',NS, alun~num or white finish. Awnings, eight ciders, any size FREE ESTIMATES MADE AT YOUR HOME Call or Write ARLIE AYERS 354 7538 )! FNNETH WHIPKEY 354 6990 (~r;Jt ~l.%Vdh' VVV i i i J 1 Mobil Will Open Soon At Lewis El" Main Street Glenville, W. Va. Thursday Feb 12th 1976 From 9 AM to 11 AM From 12 Noon to 3 PM Saturday Feb 14th 1976 From 9 AM to 11 AM From 12 Noon to 3 PM