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by Nedra Alltop came home from Friday and is taken to the in Clarksburg condition is not the hospital released last is improving at Jenkins and and'Rose the Harlen Mr. Richard Goodrich was recently married to Patty Price originally from Pennsylvania. They reside with Richard's parents in Normantown. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Goodrich. Roy Alltop has returned from a Southern Tour with the Glenville State College baseball team. They played in North Carolina and South Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cumpston from Doddridge County visited Mr. and Mrs. Clavel ]ames of Normantown. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hindershot of Parkersburg visited Mr. and Mrs. Lytle Sprouse this past weekend. SA TURDA Y NIGHT April 3 at 8 P.M. LAND AND NATURAL ES OWNERS, INC. Harrison High School west of 1-79 at Lost Creek West Milford) Main St., Glenville T LADLES SHOES 1/2 Price Sale LOT LADLES & SHOES SlOO SPORT SHIRTS Sleeves s3" & s2" ES TO s6" "1 Sale*** AUCTION April 3, 1976 Sale 7 PM at Heater, WV Rt.19S I|SPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS , Queen Size Bed, Dresser, Chest of Drawers SUite, Bed, Dresser and Chest .}annette Set, Table, 6 Chairs Ing Washer and D.w..er, Gold aSher and Dryer, White or Roll Away Bed_ orn Suite, Coffee. iablu and . .Tappan Electric Stove ,re, Lamps, Rockers kcll.e Sevng Machine 4 Bar Stools Gl=der and Chair her items too numerous to mention. Col Jerry Stout al Roy H. Skinner or 269-1411 or 765-2597 Mrs. Judy Cain and daughter Sherri catch virus. The Doctor says both should be better in a few days. The College Christian Fellowship will officiate over the Tanner U. M. Church April 11th. A covered dish luncheon will be served to everyone after the service, at the Tanner Grade School Cafeteria. Service begins at 10:00. F, vervone welcome. Miss Irene Webster will be taking her Easter Vacation in Ohio again this year with friends and relatives. , The Tanner Youth Group took over the duties of the U.M. Tanner Church officers for a Sunday Service on March 21. They did a wonderful job and we wish to praise them for it. Mrs. Russell Ellyson recently visited his brother and wife Mr. anti Mrs. Willard Ellyson Jessie Run. Mr. Ellyson was accompanied by his son Dr. John Ellyson who is now a surgeon at the West Virginia University Hospital. Miss Sherri Cain did so well raising her rabbits in 4-H she won a blue ribbon. She will be giving a five minute speech on rabbits at a 4-H meeting held at the recreation center April 7th. Everyone wants to wish Gertrude Bush a Great Big Welcome Home. by LiUie Kbable Mrs. Bessie Moore has returned home from the Roane Co. General Hospital where she was a patient for four days. She is reported doing very well. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gainer were visiting relatives in Akron and Barberton, Ohio the past week. Accompanying them was a sister of Mrs. Gainer, Geniva Conrad. Mrs. Lennie Stump is a patient in the Memorial Hospital in Charleston. ,She has undergone surgery and remains in the intensive-care unit. Mrs. Flora Ball has been ill at her home with the flu. Mrs. Virgil Jones and her daughter, Mrs. Gale Turner, are patients in the Calhoun General Hospital. Both are in the same room. Mr. ]ones was transported to the Veterans Hospital in Clarksburg today. Another daughter, Mrs. Retha Fishel of Ohio has been notified of their illness and is expected to arrive home soon. Women's Club meets at Greenbrier The 70th Annual Convention of the 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 introduction of most of the West Viinia gubernatorial candidates, the uiling of the "Bicentennial First Lakes" [these are sculptured dolls of West Virginia's "First Ladies" done by Mrs. Edna Henderson of Charleflon), 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 Glenville 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. ) i 8 A few drops of oil of cinna- mon or oil of lemon in the vacuum cleaner bag can give the whole house a good smell every tine you vacuum. Remember that the deadline for all and advertising in the Gl•nvill• Democrat/Pathfinder is Monday at 5 p.m. On Holiday weeks the deadline may be even earlier. Have your news and advertising in early to avoid disappoint- merit. ..........._........ .... Metropolitan Life • Where the " future is now "- Irs easy to put off planning • • your future, hoping it will  take care of itself. • Dont let this happen to • you. Let talk soon about • retirement income, disabil-  ity insurance, and other , needs you may have to' • protect your familys finan- • • cial future. • You ll find we do care • about your future. ° o HUNTER B.BEALL, IR. : 813 Grand Central Avenue * Vienna. W. Vs. 26105 • (,)ffire: 13041 295-4561 : Residence 1304) 295-5353 • Q -. "  de fe is " e • Metropolitan Life, New York. N.Y. :•••••••O•••i•••O••O• •••••t Mrs. Jones is a sister of Mrs. Rennie Minney. Visiting Mrs. Nora Vannoy Sunday were her children, Madge and Noble of Stumptown, Ardell and Mary, Ardith and Mable, Virgie and Richard also a granddaughter, Carlene Krietz and a great-granddaughter, Beverly Krietz all from Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hoskins and son, Rodney, of Spencer were visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Euall Hoskins, Sr. Mr. and Mrs, John Kimble and Christine were visiting a daughter, Barbara Hathway, in Weston Sunday they all attended church together. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stout of Frametown were house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Asby Minney Sunday afternoon. The TRIP bus will run to Glenville April 6 and 20 respectively, 9:30 p.m. Leaves Glenville to return home at 12:45 p.m. The next regular meeting of the ,Steer Creek Senior Citizens will be April 7th at 1:00 p.m. On the agenda is a Business Meeting with quilting to follow. All members please be present if possible. The Steer Creek Senior Citizens are sponsoring a Yard sale at Lockney, April 3rd. In the e'ent of falling or cold weather the sale will be moved inside the Lockney Recreation Bldg. MIZER 2 highway 32°. city onlY. =2895" * -"g9'1 0,, -.le,, P o t ,J,,te .o ,,lel • ,1,. ele. d..*.v cho,gos .1 | i him WlEtAlt. Inc. 1710 14th ST., PARKERSBURG Authorized Volkswagen-Volvo Mazda-Dealer Aprd i. I:,.,, ShortTakes Natural Athletes Kangaroos are naturally athleti('. They can leap over a l()-foot-high barrier, make a 27-foot long jump. and bounce across plains at 30 miles an hour. First Ski Lift? A gold mine near Johnsville. Cal.. may have been the home of America's first ski lift In the 1860s, skiers slid down this mountain slope on Sundays and rode up again aboard the mine's chain line ore buckets I1. (,h:nville Democrat/Pathfinder 9 Super Stickum (;lu(, produced by barnacles ha twit'' the strength of any ('ommert'ial lue now on th( market The natural adhesive t]ardens in salt water and v,,ithtand more than 7.000 t"" ,4 of torte THE IUEAL GIFT -- A subscription to the . Hometown Newspaper -- The Gletwille Democrat and The Glenville Pathfinder. :'; • Speed Q. • Gibson • Zenith • Washers • Refrigerators • Televisions See the Zenith Coor Sets on display. We install and service all sales. RHOADES PLUMBING  FURNITURE 15 Powell St, Glenville Phone 462-7355 WE SERVICE ONL Y WHAT WE SELL II I THE TOWNE BOOKSTORE Glenviile Now Open Books, Magazines, Stationery, G ifts and Papers Located directly across from Post Office. Man. thru Sat. 9 AM to 7 PM Sunday 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM III II I I VOTE FOR Your Support and I nfluence Appreciated DON PORTER DEMOCRAT MAGISTRATE "° .... • BornGILMER11-11-27 COUNTY • Glenville High School .... • Attended Glenville State College Major Business Ad- ministration. Ruppert School of Auctioneer- ing. Foreman Penn. Metal Co., Parkersburg, W. Va. • General Foreman FMC Corp., South Charleston, W. Va. • Plant Supt. Atlas Car and Mfg. Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Plant Manager, Midwest Wire Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 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