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4 The GIenville Democrat/Pa~finder February 26, 1976 Blair Kirkpatrick celebrates 92nd birthday Blair Kirkpatrick is surronnded by O00QooooooeoooeeoeooQoe~oo week | I Where the future is now It's easy to put off planning your future, hoping it will take care of itself. Dent let this happen to you. Lets talk soon about retirement income, disabil- ity insurance, and other needs you may have to protect your family s finan- cial future Youll f,nd wedo care about your future BJBEM.L !1 813 Grand Central Avenue Vienna, W. Va. 26105 Office: {304} 2954561 0 0 0 0 e O Q e e 0 Q Q O e "o e his family on hls 92nd birthday. A buffet dinner was held for Blair Kirkpatrick of Stewarts Creek in honor of his 92nd birthday. Sunday. Feb. 1, The buffet was given by his daughter Hazel and Mrs. Viola Urbanski. of Miami. Florida. For the second week in a row, the Has Been's are the bowling league standing leaders with a 411/2 - 21 record for the week ending February 16. A close second is the Left Overs Those attending the buffet were with a 39-24 record. In third place is his six children: Glenn. of Baldwin: the Monkeyshiners followed by Noble, of Clarksburg: Victor. of Anything Goes, the Bombers, the Stewards Creek; Garnett Smith. of New Windsor, Md.: I~a Shifter, of Stumptown and Hazel. at home. Others attending were: Leora Kermit, Sonny Kirkpatrick and Billie. of Clarksburg; Ginny. Joey, Bobby and Becky Kirkpatrick: of Baldwin: Elsie and Vickie Kirkpatrick, of Stewarts Creek; Cathy Furr, of Stewarts Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Okey Lee Stalnaker and children. Steve. Phil and Tammy, of Grass Run: Becky Villers, of Glenville: Mike Minnigh. of Sand Fork: Opal Keller, of Lin_n: and Argie and Evelyn Carson, of Stewarts Creek. Mr. Kirkpatrick will enter the University Hospital at Morgantown on Tuesday, Feb. 17 for observation and treatment. Moving? Please send us both old and new addraes~ so that wo may make your ma ription dw e withe d ay. Oilers, the Misfits, Gilmer Graphics. the Accidents, Hit and Miss. the Hobo's and the Gutter Snipes. Speed Q. Gibson Zenith Washers Refrigerators Televisions See the Zenith Color Sets on display. We install and smite all sales. RHOADES PLUMBING Et FURNITURE 15 Powell St. GlerMtle Phone 462- WE SERVICE ONLY WHAT WE SELL Residence (3N,) 295-5353 Metropolitan Life, New York, N.Y. I iBImmmmmm II Jl m =,%%=,=====%==%=,=,%==,~ ~==-,-,===, ,===~ l.o..o.,s ~ Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - 9 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to 1 p.m. Get Ready for Spring With Sears Home Improvement Sale. :ars Phone 462-7939 -- 462-8483 .4 . t hori:ed CATALOG SALES MERCHANT OWNED AND OPERATED BY JANET DEAL I l I l l I l | | l D l l | l I | l l l i | l | | m D l D l ! IIIIIIII I IU mmmmBimmmmmmiB IIII IIII II mmBBilmiaI says 71 Buick Skylark Custom 4 dr. sedan, 350 end, aut(~, p.s., tilt whsel, AJC, R Et H, mecL blue, dark Mue vinyl roof, ono ~, ~ ~ miles. Extra nice. 74 Ply Scamp 2 dr. hardtop, yetlowwith black interior and black vinyl roof, 398 onGk, aut~, p.e., R ~ H, 8,100 miles, one owner, a real qtmliW car. 74 Cheve41e Malibu S.W. 350 eng., auto., p.s., p.b~, A/C Roof rack. This is a one ovmer ~r a~l has 9~00 mites. Another car with lots of q dityo Women with highest week averages are Elsie Kirkpatrick with 169. Sandy Waggoner 159 and Reta Kight with 150. Sandy Waggoner leads the women with the highest game with 239, followed by Elsie Kirkpatrick with 235 and Reta Kight with 223. Elsie Kirkpatrick leads the women with a 610 high series, followed by Sandy Waggoner with 557 and Reta Kight with 531. For the men. Bantz Collins has the highest average with 170. Bob Turner 165 and Marty Logan with 164. Collins also had the highest game honors last week with 244. and he tied with Darrel Heiney for second place with 231 while Jim Mencer had 223. Collins leads the men with a 606 high series, followed by BOb Turner with 601, Lynn Marks with 577 and Marty Logan with 576. Bicentennial Play Mrs. Fttzpatrtck's third gradml perimmed Jar their parm__ts last week in a Bicentennial Play at Sand Fork. Mrs. Lonnie Fitzpatrick's third grade class at Sand Fork Elementary performed in a Bicentennial Play for parents last Wednesday afternoon. "The play was the Finale of a Bicentennial unit the children have been studying" said Mrs. Fitzpatrick. "'The children have been studying such things as language arts, math, science. and social studies, art and music of the past." The study unit lasted for about "'five weeks" and the play was performed for the children's parents. "'The children made the hats and ties and the costumes were either made or brought from home. Also, the children served their parents refresh- ments before the play." Mrs. Fitzpatrick said. Troy ends season 14.0 record Mayor receives According to Glenville Mayor Delbert Davidson. a little less than one-half of the total Christmas street light bill has been received as donations from local businesses and residents. Donations received have totaled about $143 and the total bill is $233. Those who have donated to the Christmas Lighting Fund include: Cardell Murphy, WiJla HULl, Eugene Thompson, William J. Osborne, Fern RoUyson. Delmar Somerville, John D. Gainer. Janet Deal, the Women's Club and the Kanawba Union Bank. Davidson explained that those still wisbJng to donate can st[1 do so. Mrs. Ann R. Davis. at the Kanawha Union Bank. has been designated by the mayor to still accept donations. Checks can be mailed in to her at the bank and should be made out to "City Christmas Lighting Fund, 1975". r=im i iiii i iii ii Troy remained unddestsd came back in the fourth week and defeated Weston. having the advantage, led throu game and had a 14 point over the Troy team. At the first quarter. Weston led half they led 28-18 three periods of play. But the Troy team new and rallied in the fourth to game. Troy ended its se0S~ 14-O record. Mike King, who three minutes to play, points department with Carney had 12. For accumulated 17 points. According to Coach Troy was invited to Spencer Invitational was held this past week, participated from ! Gilmer Counties, Have anything to setl? List It Classified pege - 4 cents a minimum per eKL NOTICE OF ELECTION Notice is hereby Wen that a special City of Glenville v li be held Tuesday, March 9, the purpose of renew of levy for streets and EdnB White, Roco~l~ City of GlemPJe II I I GLENVILLE / I I i | 74 AMC Gremlin 6 cyL auto., I~S., R ~ H. All white, Blue interior. This is a one own~ cat with 19JX)0 miles. Extra 74 Ford Bronco 4 w. dr., 302 eng., auto., I~S., sport pk;, Swin~pIPWay spare tim carrier. Locking front hubs R Cs H. Many more ~tres. This is a one own~ vohide~tth ~,~0 nd4ae, As ntoe as you could eq~=t to flndL Never been tied in mucL 73 Otds 98 4 dr. Hardtop, Auto. Furl Power A/C AJi white, white vtn~ roof, ~ Interior. A very nice car with 43,000 miles. 73 Ply Ouster 2 dr., 6 cy(, auto., p,s. R B H. Beige with matching vinyl interior. One ~ ~' with 49,0~ mfl~, vary nice. 75 Pinto 3 dr. Runabout, y~dlOw, 4 speed, R b H, 8,000 miles, ~e concL, one oumor. 75 Pontiac Astre S. Wagon Auto., I~S., R b H, 7,000 miles, b~mcb/. Uke new, one ownS'. 75 Pinto 2 dr., It. blue, 4 speed, 4~100 miles spotless, one owns'. 73 Merc. Montego MX,4 dr, sedan, 351 en~, auto., p.s., l~b., R ~ H, A/C It blue, dark blue vWWI roof. Th~ is m om=optionoly nice o~e car with 27,000 miles. 73 Pont Catalina 2 dr. hardtop, 400 end, auto., I~S., p.b., A/C, Cruise Comrol, white with ~ vk~ roof. Tl'ds also is a very nice one owner car with 40~00 miles. by Jeu Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Langford were Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ours of St. Albans and their throe children. Mrs. Ours is the former Mary jo Langford and is a teacher in the Kanawha County School system. Mr. Ours is an engineer for Carbide Chemical Co. The two granddaughters attend St. Albans High. and the grandson is enrolled at WVU. Mr. and Mrs. P.M. Larch of Spencer were Saturday guests of their daughter Mrs. Bonnie Drake. Mr. and Mrs. William Schimmel and Todd of Mineral Wells visited Gilmer County Sunday and were guests of Mrs. Evelyn Schimmel of GlenviUe and Floda Davis of Baldwin. Also visiting was Mr. and Mrs. George Schimmel of Beckley. Mr. Blair Kirkpatrick is a patient at the University Hospital in Morgantown, Mr. Eldridge Snydar was a business visitor at Linn Friday evening. Ruby Jean Bush was a guest of Flossie Woofter Friday afternoon. Pile Lined Men's Maverick-Blu ean Dardm Jackets Et Jeans Fitted Men's Sweat SPdrts Men's Work Shoes Men's Work Caps Many Other Items. Also many Automotive Parts. ~III I II mmiimmmmimmmm 5x7x " Oak- MHW SSE 6xgx " Oak- MHW 6xgx14" Oak- 6xgx16" Oak- MHW 72 Dodge Polara Custom 4 dr. sedan, 3~0 engtrte, auto., p.$., p~b., A/C, Cruise Control R b H. This is a good one owner car with 49~00 miles. A FEW CHEAPER WORK CARS ON THE SPOT FINANCING AVAILABLE IF YOU QUALIFY. THIS MEANS NO WAITING Willard Furr Owner and Matager Rt. 33 b 119 East Phone462-b390 Hours 8 A.M. to6 P.M. MaR tlvu Sat. Evenings by Appointment ,,H,,, I1,11 --mmmmmmmm B Your Home Improvements Storm Doors, aluminum or white finish with Safety Glass Storm Windows, aluminum or white finish. Awnings, eight cetors, any s~ze FREE ESTIMATES MADE AT YOUR HOME Write ARLIE AYERS Or KENNETH WHIPKEY Grantsville, VVV III Good Matariad For more information contact: Robert L. Ke41ey Phone office Procurement reserv=ng