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10 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder 8Aarch 27, 1975 A Living Room that Keeps Office Hours as Well A wonlan's place l/tax,' well t)e in the ]mine - lint only if the home offers her a place where she can effectively carry on her di- verse activities. So it is. with so mal~y wolnen start- ing their own }msin('sses or just working at ]10II1(~, that an offie-in-the-homc has become a very viable concept. With currently inflated prices, the prosl)ect oi add- ing another room is often out of the question, and the ahernative - redesigning an already existing room to make it serve two func- tions -- is beginning to make more sense to more families. Like the husband's study that can double as a guest room, designer Sharon Meadows feels a living room can do double duty as a lady's office. It's easy, economical - and egalitarian! (After all, not every housebound execu- tive wants to work at the kitchen table. ) Y,I Glenville, W. Va. Phone 462- 7660 L ICENSED MOR TICIA NS J.J. Spurgeon, Pres. M. Stephen Strickland ARNOLD MOODY'S CHOP SUEY DINNER Sunday, April 6 At Gilmer Co. Recreation Center Glenville WV 5:30 -- 7:00 ADULTS $21.50 CHILDREN (under 12) Sl.50 Sponsored By TaD Kappa Epsilon ]Sears I,,,., .o,., Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday -- 9 to 5 p.m. -Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to 1 p.m. - Come in for our Spring and Summer Catalog, Plus specialty catalogs. Phone 462-7939 -- 462-8483 CATALOG SALES MERCHANT OWNED AND OPERATED BY IANET DEAL In her decoratingscheme, Ms. Meadows used Fin- ishing Touch's spacious curved-leg desk as a focal point. From the Charter collection, its rich look of olive ash burl with leathery inserts and intricately fash- ioned hardware makes it a conversation piece in the living room, as well as a joy to work at. Offsetting the desk's horizontal lines, the designer chose the tall, slender form of Ridgeway's "Chateau" floor clock to fill a corner between a wall of curios and a panel of ceil- ing-to-floor draperies. The grandmother clock is the best example of a piece that plays a dual role: as a beautiful and decorative addition to a living room and a functional timepiece, keeping a lady apprised of her valuable hours. Seating space is essential to both the room's social and business purposes. Ms. Meadows chose two Kay- Lyn loveseats to face each other across a chrome-and- glass coffee table. It's a comfortable corner, equal- ly right for entertaining guests with evening cor- dials or conducting casual corporate meetings. And KayLyn's velvet-cushioned desk chair lets madame feel quite at home while at the "ofl ce." Finally, don't neglect the personal touches. Nothing is worse than an office - at, home or away - that's too businesslike or a living room with no sign of its family, So, with a fresh coat of paint, a few personal effects and just dae right furniture, anyone can ex- pand her living space with- out exhausting her budget and, when it's all done, have an elegant living room that's an equally elegant office -- both just right for a busy Ms. RI. 33 West Second Street, Weston Free Customer / Store Hoaurs 9 to 9 Daily 12 to 6 Sunday 6ANKAMERICARO Men's & Boys' Easter Fashions i SPORT COATS so.d,- 34.50 Fa,c , -39.95 BOYS' ................ 19.95 . POLYEsTER SLACKS s,m -.9.95 Fancies-12.95 BOYS'=-- ........... : ..... 6.95 DRESS SHIRTS sol , t F,.ci.--- 3.98-7.95 BOYs'---------- 3.98-4.49 ! POLYEsTER TIES ; 2.50& 4,00 Women's Easter Fashions 100% Polyester DRESSES & PANTSUITS Solid Colors, Jacquards, Prints, Two-Tones, Tri-Tones 9 95-24.95 Girls' Easter Fashions DRESSES Dainty Organdy, Polyester, Gotten Blend & Jersey Knit Long & Short Styles 4 ,95-12.95 Family Fashion Footwear #7478 MeU'S camel smith #4948 Boys' monk moc toe loller strap wioi o~ford 24.tl5 8.95 ~N~4322 Womem's spectator #5106 G.Is' blue pump. white & T-strip sandal Use H-P's Convenlknt Lay-Away i i i I ii,nll ull r contest winners e % chairpetnmn of Keep America Beautiful Co.test winn/ns pmlters held by Mrs. Woodrow Morris, te Glenville com~rvattma department [1] mad ~ Bertha Oi~m, club preside-t. HPda and sixth lprade e; entered. Fll~t place imeters made by Maria Bayer, Sand Fork School; Hazel Howes, Tanner School; School; and Ida Slme~ls, Nermantown SchooL Second place winners were Jack lZhoades, Sand~iar, Normantown; Jeff Reed, Troy; and Ronnie Smith, Tanner. dM i~e, How West Virginians voted on strip mining ,o,, Srni by Capitol Hill News Servke Congress recently completed five Interior Department is too industry- grasslands failed~ll days of debate on a landmark striporiented; opponents said the EPA is too Hechler. Against: mine regulation bill. The legislation is environmentally-oriented. The a- Staggers. similar to a bill passed by Congress mendment failed, 67-174. For: Rep. Ken GRASSLANDS: prohibit strippinl grasslands failed, Hechler. Against:! Staggers. ANTHRACITE: T Pennsylvania's ant from the federal amendment to kill last year but vetoed by President Ford. The House and Senate bills now go to a conference committee, where diffe- rences will be ironed out. Here's a run-down on how West Virginia's congressmen voted: Hectder, D-4th. Against: Rep. John Slack, D-3rd. Absent: Reps. Robert Mollohan, D-lst, and Harley Staggers, D-2nd. COAL TAX: The strip mine bill would tax coal to pay for reclamation of abandoned strip mined lands. An HOUSE VOTES amendment was offered to strike the tax. and instead use Federal royalties 170-248. For: Hecldet ADMINISTRATION: An amend- from off-shore oil leases to pay for Against: Staggers. ~a ment was. offered that would transfer reclamation. The ~amendment failed, FINAL PASSAG~ admimstration of the bills regulations 140-2S0 For.. Mollohan, Slack the House on a ee-[ from the Interior Department to the Steooe~" Aoamst. Hechler "~F ' - oo o Mollohan, Staggers.~ctl " Environmental Protection Agency. STEEP SLOPES- An amendment to Slack. . ~, J Advncates of:lhi#amelidmeat~sajd;tl~; prohibit strippi'ng on national Hechter, who WN~ar .................................................. strip mining, thongh f bill would increase .~,_f t : thereby raise the pr~U Stand,ng Timber or for electricity. Timberland ! SI~NATE ~ti ALSO MEN WITH TRACTORS OR HORSES TO SKID LOGS.i YEAR AROUND HAULING FOR LOG TRUCKS. ! .~es~ BAN; An amen~ that would prohibit CP~ , CALL OR WRITE :" where the Federal ~ha ' Mark Ellis the coal but the Forester owned. The amen~oi Sen. ~ennings Rand COASTAL LUMBER COMPANY Robert Byrd. P.O. Box 218 Gassaway 26624. West Virginia Phone: 304 -364-591~ l SALES nELeWANTED CAN YOU WORK WITHOUT SUPERVISION We need man or woman to sell full line of Advertising Specialities, C.,idendars and Gifts in the Glenville hJea. Must be able to plan own time and work with a nimimum of supervision. accounts are protected. Repeat orders are protected. High payable when orders are passed for credit. 1"no Advertising Spedalty Line is the most extensiveln the Industry. Calenda/-s are manufact- at our Red Oak Plant. Write Bob McKonzie, Sales Manager, The Thos. D. Murphy Company, 110 So. Second Street, Red Oak, Iowa St566. SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1975 STARTING AT 1:00 P.M. TWO MILES UP TANNER FORK OF STEER CREEK FROM SHOCK WEST VIRGINIA MASSEY HARRIS (PACER) TRACTOR; SINGLE PLOWS, 5 FT. SlOE MOWER, DISK HARROW, INTERNATIONAL MANURE SPREADER. HORSE DRAWN EQUIPMENT: NO. 9 MOWING MACHINE; HAY RAKE; DISK HARROW; VULCAN TURN-PlOW; B SHOVEL CULTIVATOR: 2 HORSE SLED: AUTOMOBILE WAGON (~RSES OR TRACTOR). 7 H.P. MASSEY FERGUSON RIDINGtMOWER: 5 H.P. TRUE-TEST PERMISSION: provision that req~_,, owners' permission ~y can be stripped. An =~ this provision faile Vor Byrd. Randolph. FORESTS: An would permit forests failed, Randolph. STEEP SLOPES?, pro.hibit failed, 28-64. who was absent, voted against the been present. STA'IT, S: An would have themselves from the AID: The bill that provides who lose their jobs regulations. An this prevision Byrd, FINAL the Senate Randolph. Welsh sailors ship's cat mews portends Tlke Knem ROTOTILLER; 2 PUSH TYPE POWEW LAWN MOWERS; MCCULLOUGH (MINI-MAC) CHAIN SAW: 1 20 RD. ROLL OF WOVEN WIRE (NEW); 1 GRAIN CRADLE; BUENA vI~rA SADDLE; 1 LOT OF BLACK PLASTIC PIPE: ~OME HOUSE HOLD FURNISHINGS; MANY MISC. ITEMS. 7~RM$: CASH AUCTIONEER: CL, ARK,MINNEY NO T RESPONSIBLE FOR A CCIOENTS JESSE E. ~:1. JR.