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March 18, 1976     The Glenville Democrat
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March 18, 1976

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G: The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder March 18, 1976  The Coning's Home Demonstration Club met at Marguerite Roes for their Mrch 11th meeting with 10 mem0ers arl three guests present. The mGnbers were: Stacy, Beryl, Amy, Mry, Mavis. Shade, Florence, Mrguerite, Betty and Fluence. Our guests were Bessie Reed of Auburn. Virginia Leeson and Mable Talbott of Parkersburg. Stacy led in Prayer and Betty read a Legend of St. Patricks Day, which was very interesting. Mavis was leader and our lesson was, "How to be  MOODY'S  MOBILE HOMES Rt. 33-119 -- 4 miles west of Westea A Complete Selection of Quality Built Heroes !!! 12-wides 14-wides double wides and modular on display Ii Each fully displayed lighted your home find for  shoppmg" onvenience OPEN FRIDAY TIL 8:00 PM i Phone 269-1510 ! Member of W.Va. Mobile Home Association a Good Club Member." It was a good lesson with all taking part in the discussion. After the lesson, five "Show - Hews" were demonstrated, which everyone enjoyed. The business session was over, pictures were taken of the group and our hostess served delicious refreshments. Betty drev the door prize. We adjourned and started home with the determination of being a Better Club Member. by lean The Baldwin Homemakers met March 2 at the Community building for their regular meeting with Club President, Mary Stewart presiding. Lesson was tauRht by Ruby Holland. Extension Home Economist, on "My Responsibility as a Club Member." Refreshment was served by Peggy Frvmier and Mary Black, [sub. for Eva Black) hostesses, to Blanch Simmons, Connie Cunningham. Alice Hoover, Dorothy Radcliff, Murl Wolf. Bonnie Drake, Ruth Holgate, Lorane Small, Charlotte Berry, Leo Langford, Evelyn Peters, Made[toe Davidson and one guest Norms Jean |arden, A short business meeting was held and club adjourned until next regular meeting April 6. Mrs. Betty Woofter is resting well at her home after undergoing surgery in a Clarksburg Hospital recently. Ruby J. Bush visited Vera Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bush one day last week. Floda Davis was visiting in Weston Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Langford and Mrs. Murl Wolfe were shopping in Parkersburg last week. CAMDEN FLATS NEWS u =e Mr. and Mrs. Rolland "Pod" Miller were happy to have their son Rally visit them during the weekend. Rally is employed in Shinnston. Sunday visitors in the home of Mrs. Frankie Martz were her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Wilson of Camden, also another son, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Martz. Visitors during the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cote Greenlief was his niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ralston of Akron. Ohio; also Mrs. Ralstons parents, Mr. and Mrs. Linn Waggoner of Bull Fork." Mr. Greenlief is ill and has been confined to his home for quite some time. Recent visitors in the home of Mrs. Gladv Edwards were Mrs. Madaline Jenkins and two grandsons, Mike and Dana of Grafton, Ohio. Also a nephew Mr. Monroe Moore of Frame Town. Mr. and Mrs. Corda Radcliff of Lewisville. Ohio were weekend visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Haymond Snyder. Also visiting the Snyders was their son Charles of ReynoldsviUe. Richard and Blanche Hazel Ashcroft Camden Flats news may 462-8412. Copies of eech Democrat are Super Market, Grill, Conrad's Pioneer GrocerY, Food Store and Glenville Variety HOBBIES ORIGINAL, GROCERIES GASOLINE We Now Have 907 N. 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