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March 25, 1976 Homemaker service available to state's elderly slated May I Department is having on Saturday, Ma, 1, be made known a health sreening of Blood Typing, (r anemia), Pap's Blood Weight, Vision, skin test. testing will be iavited, all tests and 0fcharge. Persons eighteen will be by parent their written has the opportunity of their choice. been proclaimed of Glenville L, Davidson. All invited to attend the Gilmer County day May 1, L. Craig Fair of are announcing Marsha February Community daughter is the 7 lbs. 12 oz. the former Eva Mr. and Mrs. Cedarville. Hanlon and zde Sunday Valley and Park. of Glenville, a High Sohool, ntion for tewide breakfast nsored by, the judeed and each sound according to I ez taachi tool to they learned of a nutritious established Lkfast habits throughout life. of Mr. and of Linn. and Carol of Bruce Foster Foster of now by the in Charles- their off-campus at Aldorson at the college. Education students are to gain in their major Heller wish to of their son. March 21. Welty to address Tanner PTA The Tanner Elementary School P.T.A. has invited Mr. Ronald J. Welty, County Superintendent of School, to address the group at a special meeting March 25th, at 7:30 in the school cafeteria. Mr. Welty will discuss next years programs under the new reorganization. Comments will be welcomed from those present. Cborbs Curry receives mdol Word has been received here that Staff Sergeant Charles' Curry of Glenville has been awarded the Meritorious Service Medal. Sergeant Curry was cited for his exemplary service to the United States Army while assigned to Headquarters, 802nd Engineer Battalion from August 1974 to December 1975. Acids in fruits, salads and similar foods quickly etch marble when allowed to stand on an unsealed surface. Even on sealed marble, they should be removed at once. How much fish to fry? For filets and steaks, 1/3 to 1/2 pound per person; for whole fish, 3/4 to 1 pound per person. Send in your subscription renewals promptly. by Dept. of Welfare Personnel One of the various services provided by the Department of Welfare is Homemaker Services to the elderly. The basic purpose of this rogram is to enable elderly or disabled persons to remain in their own home, thUs avoiding placement outside the home. The homemaker in adult services performs household duties; cooking, and other tasks which the client, because of age or incapacity, is temporarily unable to do himself. Homemaker service is an in-home service provided adult clients to supplement and support other services designed to maintain or keep a client in his own home. Realizing that the elderly would prefer to remain in their own home, homemaker services were so designed to assist the client to be able to do so. The elderly do not readily adjust to a new home or surrounding therefore homemaker services in a client's own home help to preserve his usual way of livig insofar as possible, Family situations in which homemaker services are appropriate might be: 1. A disabled or elderly person living alone, who cannot totally maintain his own home. 2. A couple {husband and wife or two persons} both of whom are elderly or disabled and neither of whom is able to perform household tasks to the extent that the home can be maintained. 3. Emergency situations where the usual caretaker of the elderly or disabled person must be absent from the home or simply .to alleviate some of the burden of the usual caretaker who The 70th Annual Convention of the PNON! 462r$272 , r Open Friday and SaturdaY Night until 12 Open every day 5:30 a.m. tit 10 p.m. THIS  A LaI,SE SA ; coLLECTION OF THE LATE G(/Y F. BAILEY - AT THE BAILEY RESIDENCE LOCATED  MILE EAST OF EINN, W. VA. eN US 33 BETWEEN WESTON AND GLENVILLE. APRIl. 3, 1976 beginning promptly at 9:00 A.M. Auction Sale ANTIQUES One Singer Sewing Machine - (Original), One White Sewing Machine, Two Howe Sewing Machines, Hand Washing Machine (wood), Large and Small Whea Cleaners, Two Caskets With Wooden Vaults, Barrel Churn, Up and Down and Daisey Churns, "Picnic Twist" Tobacco Containers. Graphophone "1836"With Cylinder Records, Iron Pots, Kettles, Griddles, Broilers, Tea KettLes, and Waffle Irons. Pictures and Frames, Shoe Lasts, Model "T" Ford Pas, Show Cases, Froes, Eye Glasses, Iron Collection (Sad, Gasoline, etc.){ Cherry Seeder, Apple Peeler, Wire Stretcher, Rot Water Bottle Jug (Stone), Wooden Butter Bowls, Brass Tea Kettles, Meat Grinders, Susage Stuffer, Allen Paper Trimmer "1892", McGuffey's Readers, Primers, and Spellers (18&7 to 1900 - 13 Books), Wooden Buekets Hand Crank Victrola id Records, Cuspidors, Wood Drill Press, Iron Traps (Sabo), Trunk, Bowling Balls and Pins, Telephones (Wall and Stand). OLIL00CTOF,00q Several Kerosene Lantevns Lamps, and Lights, Montgomery Ward Catalog "1922", Sears Roebuck Catalog "1902" and Spring Supp. "lOlh". Te]ephone Insulators (All Kinds), Horse Shoes, Reed Chairs, Stands and Baskets, Crocks, Homemade Boots and Shoes (With History), Wooden Knot Mauls, Pencil Collectionp License Plates, Old Canning Jars, Cow nd Sheep Bells, School Bell, Sheep Clippers and Shears, 5 and 8 Gal. Milk Cans, 5 Gal. Stone Ja, School Seats, Horns, Ice and Roller Skates. Telephone Directories, Monkey Wrenches, Boot Jacks, Books of all Kinds, Dishes and Glassware, Hand Fans (old). HOMIESTIEAD ITEMS Wooden P]anesp Draw Knives, and other old Wood Working Tools, Two Old Garpenter's Tool Chests, Horse Saddle and Side Saddle, Coal Cooking Stove,, Iron Vice, Wood Vice, Hand Made Wooden Rakes, Qt. Milk Bottles, Blacksmith Toolse Wheat Cradles Files and Rasps, Saws, Horse Drawn Seed and orn Planters, ockers, Baskets, Corn Cutters, Corn dab Planters Hall Mirror with Glass, Corn Binder, Duck Ax (]2in.), Horse Drawn Rake and Cultivator, Timber Tools, Warning Flares, Hand Tools and Chains, Electric Sheep Clippers, Horse Collar and Harness, Grates for Open Fireplace, Hand Sprayers, Milk Strainers, Stools and Chairs, Curtain Stretchers, Electric Motors, Egg Crates, Garden Tools, Horse Bits and Muzzles, Cor Sheller, 2 HP Gasolin Motor Pipe all Sies, Pi[ Dies, ilage Cutter Baby and Egg Scales, Strawberry Cartons, Beting Grove% Plows, 3y%hee, and other items not listed. Terr   AUCTIONERM$: CHARf.ES D. COLE  304 - 269-240 Not Re../Me for A(4m JOHN L. SPIKER -- 304 - 269- 3288 rOOD SERVED BY JOLLY MILLERS 4- H CLUB OWNER: THE GUY F. AILEY FAMILY COX'S MILLS ppoduW" ! The (,lenviF ' : emocrat, Pathfinder 3 There is more ir(m in lhree large eggs than in lhr!e ounces of ,urea. has other respoasibilities. 4. An adult person in a hospital or nursing home who could return home if there were a homemaker to perform household duties and help with routines of daily living. 5. To avoid emergency placement of an elderly disabled person until such time that a diagnostic evaluation and planning could be done. The homemakers work the same daily hours as other personnel in the agency; therefore their services would not he available on a full time daily scale for any one person or family. Homemaker services are availa- ble to any elderly person who needs them although a small fee would be charged to an individual whose income is more than $398.00 per month or a couple whoso incomo is more than $518.00 per month. No fee will be charged to persons receiving public assistance or Supplemental Social Security Income. Anyone knowing of any elderly or disabled person who is in need f this service contact the local welfare agency - telephone 354-6118 in Calhoun County or 462-7371 in Gilmer County for further information. West Virginia Federation of Women's Clubs met at The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs on March 18, 19, 20, 1976. Three voting delegates from the Woman's Club of Glenville attended. They were: Bertha E. Olsen, President, Mrs. Terri Foglesong, President-Elect and Mrs. Elizabeth Turner, Press Book Chairman. Highlights of the convention were: 'the introductio of most of the West Virginia gubernatorial candidates, the unveiling of the "Bicentennial First Ladies" (these are sculptured dolls of West Virginia's "First Ladies" done by Mrs. Edna Henderson of Charleston), entertainment featureing Performer Johnny King and Freddie Lee's Trio, and finally the installation of the 1976-78 officers. Of special interest to the Woman's Club of Glenville was the Invitation to the 1977 Convention extended by Central District. The Glsnville Club is included in this district. Two awards were received by the Woman's Club of Glenville: the Honor Club Award and the 3rd place award for the quilt, "Washington's Plume" made by Mrs. Elizabeth Turner. STEAM CLEAff: your own carpet, s (A$ do.ilfllOUpeeff prie RENT 0Ufl RINSENVAC.-.the new compact carpet cleani.g machete that lilts dirt, grime and residues out of carpets...and does the ,oMm = [ job professional cleermrs  [ charge up tO a hundred  j dollars for. : ,: { " "$tsam" is a 9eeric term } commonly used to Oescribe i the hot water extraction process of carpet cleaning. ,, =,m... =12 oo a day liBMI TI CLF.AMES tOMGEa Hardmon True Value Hardwure (;lenville, WV Copies of each week's Glenville Democrat are available at Community Super Market, Summers Pharmacy, The Grill, Conrad's Motel, GSC Bookstore, Pione Grocery, Supecette, Go-Mert Food Store, end Gilmer Graphics, Inc. SPURGEON MORTUARY, INC. Glenviile, W. Va. Phone 462 7660 LICENSED MOR TICIA NS J.J. Spurgeon, Pres. M. Stephen Strickland ATTEN D TH E CH U RCH OF YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDA Leading Creek Baptist Chm'ch Sunday School each week at i0 a.m. Services on second Sunday in month during August and Septem- ber. Rev. Harry Miller, Pastor. Letter Gap Community Sunday School ever Sunday at 10 a.m. Preaching every 1st and 5th ";-,'day at 11 a.m. by Roy. Glenn Kirkpatrick. Gospel Mission Church Sand Fork Regular services on FridayntSht at 7:30 p.m. Seventh Day Adventist Saturday, March 27 - Bible Study 10 a.m. Worship service at 11 a.m. Uted Methodist G|enve Clcuit 1st Sunday: Ellis 10 a.m., Blackburn 11 a,m. College St. 7:30 p.m., 2nd Sunday: Otterbein I0 a.m., College St. 11 a.m., Oak Grove, 7 p.m., 3rd Sunday: Oak Grove 10 a.m., College St. 11 a.m., Ottorbein 7:30 p.m., 4th Sunday: Otterbein 10 a.m., Collego St. 11 a.m., Oak Grove 7 p.m. No service on 5_ Junday. Troy United Methodist Circuit 1st Sunday: Liberty at Hurst. I0 a.m., Vadis at 11 a.m., 2nd Sunday: Cox's Mills 10 a.m.. Troy 11 a.m., Doyle Chapel 7 p.m.. 3rd Sunday: Troy 10 a.m.. and Mt. Earnest 11 a.m.. 4th Sunday: Upper Ellis 11 a.m., No service on 5th Sunday. Rhodes Chapel, Memorial Church Little Bull Run Sunday School at 10 a.m. every Sunday. Preaching Services every third Sunday at 11:00 a.m. by Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick. Stewarts Creek Church Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m. Preaching each Second Sunday morning with Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick. Leading Creek BaptiM Church Sunday School at I0 a.m. Preaching Services on first Sunday of month by Rev. Harry Miller. United Methodist Church Cope** Czeek Sunday School Services every Sunday at 10:00 a.m. Preaching the 2nd Sunday. Sunday night service at 7:00 p.m. Rev, William Griffin. Tanner United Methodt Chuck 1st Sunday - Mt. Liberty 10 a.m., Trace Fork at 11 a.m. Youth meeting at parsonage 6:30 p.m. 2nd Sun, Tanner 11 a.m., 7 p.m, Crooked Run, 3rd Sunday Roseville 10 a./; Trace Fork 630 p.m.  Sunday same as second. Prayer ' meeting 7 p.m. every night, Crooked Run Methodist Church Preaching every second and fourth Sunday, 7:00 p.m. Bible study and sing every first and third Sunday, 7100 p.m. Old fashioned sing every fourth Saturday, 7:00 p.m. Puhlic invited. Revival - Feb. 2-28 at 7:30 p.m. Special singers will entertain. Public invited. Good Shepherd Catholic Church Mineral ltd., Glenvtlle Sunday, March 28- Eucharist Celebration at 11 :I 5 a.m. Fr. David Glockner. Church of God of Prophmy l]humk Camp Sunday School - 10 a,m.. Morning Worship - 11 a.m.. Pastor - J.B. Groves, V.L.B. Youth Service. Sunday 6 p.m., Evangelistic Service. Sunday 7:30 p.m,, Mid-week Service 7:30 p.m., Wednesday. Church of Cod Pawed St., G]eal]e Pentecostal Sunday, morning worship. 10 =.m.. Sunday evening worship services. 7:30. Wednesday, mid- week services. 7:30. Dusk Camp Methodist Church Sunday School - I0 a.m., Prayer Meeting - Thursday, 7 p.m., Preaching, 2nd Sundays at 11 a.m, Trinity United Methodist Church Thursday, March 25 - 6:00, Junior Choir. 7:00, Sanctuary Choir. Sunday, March 28- 9:45, Church School. 10:55, Morning Worship - Sermon "The Wrath of Jesus" 6:0@ Youth Fellowship. 7:00, Study "1776-1976 - Our Church and Nation - Tho Circuit Rider and the Evangelical Movement" MondaY; March 29 - 4:10, Children's After School Program: First Baptist Church Sunday, March Church School for all ages 9:45 a.m., 11 a.m. Morning Worship - Nursry provided, 5:30 p.m. Tr. High and Sr. High Fellowship meet at Church, 7 p,m. Evening Worship, 10 a.m. Women's Ecumenical Religious Book Study. Wednesday - 4:15 p.m. Children {lst to 4th grade} Bible Study - Through the Scriptures to Find Christ. 8 p.m. Choir Practice. Roy. ].E, Slater. Minister. Church of Christ Sunday, March 28- Bible Service 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 24 Mid-Week Service at 7 pro. Glenville Presberian Church Sunday, March 28 - Evening School 9:45 a.m. Service for the Lord's Day at t l .m. Pentecostal Church River St. Second and Fourth Saturday evening service. 7 p,m. Sunday, March 28 - Sunday Service 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 31 Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. THE FOLLOWING YOU TO GO DAVIS CLOTHING STORE "Clothing for Moderns" 202 E. Main St. C_danville, W. Va. GLENVILLE FORD SALES Ford Sales & Service ,Robert B. Chapman Main St. Glenville CALHOUN SUPER SERVICE, INC. 102-O4 S. Lewi G]envfl]e COMMUNITY SUPER MARKEr Qlenviliq Phone 462-01163 SUMMERS PHARMACY At Your Service Glenvilie. W. Va. Ph. 462-7373 MERCHANTS URGE TO CHURCH GLENVILI MIDLAND CO. Clothing for th Whole Family Main St. Glenvtl]e HOME IMPROVEMENT CORP. Heating, Air Conditioning, TV And Apldbmcu 462-8186 KANAWHA UNION BANK Complete Bankin$ Service Member FDIC Ph. 462-7341 DRAKE'S QUAKER STATE SERVICE ulk GasoUne, Fuel Oil Lubricating oils and 8teases Ph. 462-7868 Baldwin, W'V GILMEI GRAPHICS, INC. All Your Printing Needs Gienvtlle, WV CONRAD HOTEL a RESTAURANT Good Food - Reasonable Prices 101 So. Court Ph. 462-7391 HAMRIC'S JEWELRY Quality Jewelry - Watch Repair 107 IF,. Main St. Glenville WILLIAMS GROCERY AND EXXON STATION B.H. [Jack] Lowe Normantown West Virginia Your Hometown Newspapers The Glenville Democrat The Glenville Pathfinder