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February 17, 1977

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Tanner News the young man who near Smithville, is Robert Woodford, Zinn was hurt at She got a piece of a when the needle on She was taken to Marks has just Webster County, where the funeral of her Arthur Posey. who suffered a of weeks ago, is tournament, in Elementary School will be the week of will play the 17th at the college. Groundhog weather to an end, its warmed and some of this i elting. 9 wks. Semester 4:00 4:00 3:50 3:00 3:50 3:23 3:00 check ly can pay Your insurance agent can 811 YOUr insurance one sound Then, with One Check premiums can into one call: FOGLESONG :41(1241334 Office , Fri. 9-4 gURANCE is on yOUr aiOe Insurance Company Fire Insurance Co. insurance Company Columbus, Ohio Notice 6th Grade 9 wire Semester John Freshour 4:00 3:75 Susan Hanlon 4:00 4:00 Luke Hinzman 3:75 3:75 Anna Summers 3:75 3:50 Robin Radcliff 3:25 3:25 Connie Byrd 3:25 3:00 Brenda Robinson 3:00 3:00 7th Grade 9 wks Semester Richard Edman 4:00 3:75 Roger Mason 4:00 4:00 Mark Bailey 3:25 3:25 Lynette Boone 3:25 Mark Meadows 3:00 Beverly Robinson 3:00 3:00 8th Grade 9 wks. Semester Jo Ann Freshour 4:00 4:00 Dienna Gainer 4:00 4:00 Shane Gragg 3:25 3:25 Robert Radcliff 3:25 3:25 Tina Robinson 3:25 3:50 Billie Grogg 3:00 3:00 Curtis Grogg 3:00 Equitable Gas Co. curtails supply c f natural gas to commercial users Equitable Gas Company recently announced a curtailment of its commercial customers for the rest of the winter season continuing through March 31, 1977. Service to large commercial cgstomers - those whose peak monthly usage is 1500 MCF or more or about 50,000 cubic feet per day - will be curtailed to 50 per cent of their billed consumption for the months of February and March of 1976. Small commercial customer those whose peak monthly usage is less than 1500 MCF - and all schools regardless of size will be limited to 75 per cent of their billed consumption for the comparable months of 1976. Commercial customers who ex- ceed their monthly allocation of gas will be subject to disconnection and will be charged a penalty of $10 for each thousand cubic feet of gas used over their monthly allotment, However, the company stressed that it is not interested in acquiring additional funds through penalty charges. It is only imposing such penalties to insure compliance with its curtailment. Schools in addition to being limited to 75 per cent of their 1976 by Nedra Alltop New neighbors in Normantown are: Mrs. Etta Evans and son, Mark. They live in the trailer beside the Mabel Bell home. Mrs. Evans is the mother of Mrs. Tim Marks of Steer Run. Unfortunately after moving there Mrs. Evans was taken to the Calhoun General Hospital on Saturday. Feb. 12. She is doing all right now. Mrs. Bill Butler and Mrs. Tim Marks have both begun working at the Kinney Shoe Factory in Glenvine. Mrs. Butler worked there previously. A birthday party honoring Nelda Alltop was held Feb. 12 in Normantown. Those present were: NOTICE -- RE-OPENING OFFICE " DR. R.D. FRAME g ASSOCIATES Eyes Examined by Appointment Phone 462-8314 Corner of Howard & College Glenville to requests, for your convenience, I will accept appointments for eye examine- Beatty, O.D., D.O.S. Phone 354-7928 Parsons Jewelry Grantsviile Long collect Monday, Rhonda Flasher, Roy Alltop, Mary Wiseman, Robert Ailtop. Nedra Alltop, Calvin Smith, Becky Carr, Sheba Pharos, Pare Hacker. Janet James. Kay James. Mike and Doug Collins. Randy Miller. Connie and Elbon James. Bobby Beall and Randy Butler. Mrs. Jewl Kuhl of Lockney is hospitalized in Parkersburg. Steve Marks, son of Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Marks of Perkins, was united in marriage Saturday, Feb. 12, to Dreama Bush' of Shinnston. Dreama is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Lonnie Bryant of Shinnston. The 2 p.m. ceremony took place at the Christ Methodist Church in Shinnston. The couple'are residing in Shinnstoa where Steve is employed. Mr. and Mrs. Denver Clendenl= from Ripley and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Summers of Lockney visited Mr. and Mrs. Ira Curry Sunday, Feb. 13. o 22, 1977, gton's Bnrthd; consumption must also comply with additional restrictions which require lower thermostats and all non-educa- tion activities to be conducted only during daytime and at temperatures only high enough to prevent property damage. Customers providing essential human service such as hotels, motels, apartment houses, nursing homes and hospitals without the capability of using alternate fuel will not be curtailed. However, the company urges them to lower their thermostats as much as possible. Equitable serves about 17,600 commercial customers in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. They have 19 commercial customers in Gilmer County. They will be notified by mail concerning their five classifications and their gas allocation. The company will not be able to provide information concerning this curtailment by phone. The curtailment of all of Equitable's industrial customers to plant protection levels will continue at least through February. Residental customers also are strongly urged to keep their thermostats set at no higher than 62 degrees in order to insure that Equitable will be able to maintain service to them for the balance of the winter. Equitable said its gas supply remains in a critical condition and extremely cold temperatures could force the company to close non- essential commercial customers at any time and on short notice unless all customers cooperate in reducing gas consumption. 11111111ii IIIIIIIIIIIIIT/-III ....... III III/T,II Ambulance Mike Marks, oldest son of Mr.and Mrs. Ralph Marks, who is presently employed in Virginia has been transferred to Fairmont. He will belin his job Feb. 28 in Fairmont. He is a • Conservation Officer. Marlin Alltop from Chicago, Illinois, has been visiting the Linnl AUtop family on Steer Creek. .............. l llJJlJl IIII It II I i I I Feb. 7 - Feb. 14 2-8-77, 2 p.m.--Ccil Quick from Flower, WV to Gilmer County Medical Center. 2-8-77, 4:50 p.m.--Cecil Quick from Gilmer County Medical Center to Flower, WV. 2-10-77, 2:10 p.m.--John E. Artmcide from United Hospital Center to Glenville. 2-11-77, 4:05 a.m.--Kathy Ann Arthur from Dr. Manley's Office to Stonewall Jackson Hospital. hrom Dr. Manley s office to Stoimwall Jackson Hospital and returned to Glenville. 2-11-77, 4:05 a.m.--Rex Mitchell from Dr. Manley's office to Stonewall Jackson Hospital. 2-12-77, 2:35 a.m.--Robert Thomp- son from Walnut Street to WV University Hospital, Morgantown. 2-12-77, 12:35 B.a.--Bud Moore from United Hospital Center to Glenville. 2-14-77. 8:30 a.m.--Brennice Young from Troy. WV to Weston State Hospital. i ii iii Obituaries .:" ::: = .....  •.  ........ • . I Arthur Pesey Mr=. Opal Marks Arthur Posey. 64. of Erbacon, Funeral services were lld W.V. died Sunday, Feb. 8. He was born Monday. Feb. 7 at Spurgeon Mortuary March 31, 1892 in Orlando, the oldest for Mrs. Opal Yates Marks, 84, of Sand son of Luther and Rosetta Posey. Fork, who died Friday, Feb. 11 at He was married to Arlene Calhoun C, enernl Hospital. Frashure in June 1949. Surviving are The Rev. Clyde Bush officiated two step-daughters. Anna Laura {Mrs, with burial in the Forrest Lawn Harry Thompson} of Steer Creek and Memorial Gardens in Weston. Phyllis (Mrs. Jesse Marks} of Tanner; a Mrs. Marks was born in Lewis brother, Martin Posey of Fenwick. CounW, a daughter of tim late James w.v.: three sisters. Clarice Newman W. and Hannah Waller Yat. She was and Fannie Hearst of Bridgeton, N.J. a member of the United Methodist and Garnet Stroud of Clerksbur. Church. A brother, Clyde and two sister=, Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Geneva and Mabel preceded him in Evelyn Jarvis, of Sand Fork, and Mrs. death. Several neices and nephews Lorraine Marsh. of Fairmont; four also survive, grandchildren and six great-grand- Services were held in the Erbacon children. Community Church with Rev. C.R. She was preceded in death by her Smith and Rev. Roger McCauley husband. Harley J. Marks in 1971 and Kanawha Union Bank officiating. Interment was in Sunset by two iothers and 11 sisters. Memorial Park, Erbacon ...... Glenville, W.Va. [ KEATON MEDICAL :-::::.'t, ::.y.. Used car for sale? Excus --------.---- equipment? c re.m0 m EQUIPMENT CO. Information am our e at the a00g,u00 Ads. EL TORe n CLUB | J ! I w., ,s...,c, ^,s | Before you buy. | a^'rHoo ^,os Black Mountain Band I Check our Prices and | ,.,cu...v.. su,Lv- FU,.,VU.,'OU'" &$oturdoy Feb. 18 & 19, 1977 | Workmanshil I 00°"'Wl00lec, ale-RelailSales And Service i BENNETT & SON I ! I rke 10 p.m. - 2 a.m. | MONUAI|NT$ | * '°'" ' Glenvllle & Burnsvllle • OisplyYardat4,q)HtghSt. ! Sire |"9 on Rt. $ • Grentsville, W. Va,   ILg $1'. WAY, W. VA. 354-6162 J t= ....................... . 3644156 February 17, 1977 The Glenville Demooratl Pathfinder 7 I I I I IIII Conings News .. , .? ........... > ........... ...... .................. . ...... • ........ __ ............., . ....., I I I I By Mary Burton Mr. and Mrs. Hayward Spurgeon and Mrs. Gary Spurgeon and son spent Tuesday of last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oral Spurgeon. The address of Pvt. Michael Prince is 235-94, 8877, El, BCT-BDE 3rd RD. Platoon, Fort Bliss, Texas 79916. Mike would appreciate cards and letters from the home folks: He volunteered for a 3 year term in the Army. Ronzel Burton is a patient in the VA Hospital in Clarksburg. We wish him a speedy recovery. Our community was saddened by the sudden death of Frank Flaherty on Wed. of last week. We extend our sympathy to Marie and family. Mrs. Mildred Radcliff and Helen and Diana Jones spent one day last week visiting Mrs. Joyce Cates of Linn. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Radcliff went to Parkersburg Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Matheney. Brooks is recovering from recent surgery. Mrs. Nellie Barbarow is spending HEARING TEST SET FOR GLENVILLE, W.V. VIRGINIA. Electronic hearing test will be given at the Conrad Hotel in Glenville third Wednesday of the month from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. by Mr. Kemper HyrL Hearing Aid Specialist. BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICE 422-B.W. Pike St. Clarkburg, WV. 28301 some time with her ciaughter Marie Flaherty. Mr, and Mrs. Rymer Matthew and Kelli from West Milford visited his parents Mr. and Mrs, James Matthews on Saturday to help celebrate Jane's birthday. Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jay Radcliff and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Astor Burton. Mr. and Mrs. Carolton Math.nay and Sandy were weekend guests of her mother, Mrs. Amy Smith, On Tuesday they came back to attend the funeral of Mrs. Paris Smith at Fairmont. aeeoeo aaeeeeoaaeeeeeaeelle• i You may o s e i qualify for a :. : tax-deferral : i retirement plan• ! : If you're among the 40 : e • a . million Americans not , • covered by any tax-favor : retirement plan other than • : Social Security... you may  : qualify for a Metropolitan : • a : Individual Retirement : Annuity (IRA}, O •. With a Metropolitan Life  : IRA, you can defer taxes , : each year on as much as • e e • 15% of your earned income,: • up to $1,500, and put this • : income to work to set up ! ! your own retirement plan. • • • : • : Call me... and let's plan : : your more financially ° : independent future. • HUNTER B. BEALL, JR. : •: 813 Grand Central Avenue : • • Vienna. W.Va. 26106 ; • Office: (3041 25r1111 i i Residence 13041296-5353 • • : Wlrc lhcl'uturcisnow . • Metropolitan Life Ins. CO.. N,Y., N.Y. • : • eo eoooa e co• •el oeeeq)eee••- 3PiqiC / Located Behind Towne Bookstore Directly Across from Post Office • Speed Q. • Gibson • Zenith • Washers • Refrigerators • Televisions See the Zenith Color Sets on display. We install and service all sales. RHOADES PLUMBING  FURNITURE 15 Powell St. G lenville Phone 462-73 WE SER VICE ONL Y WHAT WE SELL ii, i i i ii i i i i, GRANTSVILLE FLORIST Under New Management as of March 1, 1977 F lowers, Plants and F Ioral Arrangements F orE very Occasion Catered Wedding R eceptions if Desired As of May 1, Landscaping Service, Shrubbery, Yews, Junipers and R hododendrons Will Be Available F or F urther I nformation, Ca11-354-6153 Open6 Days a Week Monday Thru F riday Saturdays 8:30 to5:00 Owner and Manager Walter Jessel 9 to5:00 I i i I I I J The Towne Be, ) HSCol'e Glenville Clgare00es, All Brands- 48’ plus 2’ tax V Wicked Loving Lies, by • Rosemary Rogers The R Document by Irving- Wallace St. Patrick's- Day Cards Mon.-Fd. 9=00-6=00 Sat. 9:00-5-00 Sun. t0.-t2:00