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April 9, 1976

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6 The GlenvlUe Democrat/Pathfinder April 8, 1976 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spurgeon a nl family of Hurricane visited his parrents, Mr. and Mrs. Oral Spurgeon, last Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. Alvin Cox and family of Danville were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cox. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hinter. Jackie and Tina visited Mr. Harvey Burk- hammer who is a patient in Stonewall Jackson Hospital. Weston on Sunday. Mrs. Gertrude Smith and sons Pete and Bob visited Folanshee over the weekend with daughter Melanie and family. A TiP FROM CON LAND AND NATURAL RF..SOUR(mS OWNERS, INC. Moat of the co81 in this area sold prior to 1960 did not car 8tzippin 8 zJshtm with it. 'l'nesa rishts still belong to the surface owner. Don't let the fellows from the coal company talk you into 81vin8 them away. They are as valuable as the o81. Call us at 884-75432 for more information. Mrs. Louise Pettit, her daughter Vickie and Vickie's girl friend, Miss Inga Schneider of Canton, Ohio were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Radcliff. Louise with her mother and dad visited River Dale Estates of Winfield, W, Va. one day at the home of her brother, Larry Radcliff. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Gainer and Mr. and Mrs, Henry Sanders and Edilha spent Sunday at Clay visiting Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Gainer. Linda, Arden. Karen, Roger. Arran, and Clyde Cox were in Avon Lake, Ohio Sunday evening for Dedication of Chimes at the Calvary Baptist Church. The event was in memory of their late sister. Mrs. Ruth Ann Beech. All are children of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cox of Upper Big Run. Mr. and Mrs. Astor Burton visited one evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ran Burton on Rush Fork. Saturday visitors of Stella and Tom Brannon were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ashley of Sissonsville. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Cole wore Tuesday shoppers in Weston. Mr. and Mrs. Dickie Roadcliff and son of Weston visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lanta Radcliff Monday evening. I f r omMcia :b:MgT:eRrleu ilf M:;IY H afM rw'eH: r l: Sc;t tr i::do:noD::id]:  Hazel Burkhammer Saturday last we(k. Mr. Lester Floyd of Weston visited Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Harvey at Linn Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Virgle Messenger of Linn returned home last week from a vacation trip to Florida. They reported a nice time and good fishing. Miss Lela Moneypenny of Linn was shopping in Weston Monday. Miss Martha Scott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scott of Linn spent the weekend at home. She is in training at Charleston Memorial Hospital at Charleston. Mrs. Beulah Scott from Linn visited the Flesher Rest Home on Geelick at Weston last weekend. She visited with Mrs. Eva France from Linn, Mrs. era Powell of Glenville, Mrs. Roscoe Flasher from Troy and Mrs. Brown. It looks like we will be getting a new store in Troy before long. weekend. While there, they attended the basketball Tournament. Ministers of the Broad Run Baptist Association met at the Troy Baptist Church Tuesday, March 23rd for their regular monthly meeting. Lunch was served at noon by the women of the church. Mrs. Mary Harvey and Mrs. Wanna Lowther were shopping in Weston Monday. Mr, and Mrs. Francis Ganguar from Virginia visited Mrs. Ganguar's mother, Mrs. Glenna Hewner of Troy, over the weekend. Mrs. Alfred Finster, daughter and family from Dayton, Ohio were weekend visitors of Mrs. Finster's mother, Mrs. Flora Varner of Troy. Mr. and Mrs. Frances Cowles from Durand, Michigan and Mrs. Vera Davis of Glenville visited Mrs. Wanna Lowther of Linn Sunday. School and Office Supplies? See Us Firstl Gilrner Graphics, Inc, 109 E. Main St. Glenvill 47 Cox's Clarksburg. Roy Calhoun March Grass run to Scottie Run to St, Colb Gilmer County March Lucky from Jackson April 1 Normantown Clara Bucldaannon GROUNDSPECIAIS FOR THURSDAY FRIDAY & 79SATURDAYLs ,WHOLES"'F"' ,,,.,,. B ,,s ,,,, ,, ,,..,,,,,. ,,,,s,,. ,,, $1. tED SKIN BREAST OR LEG QUARTERS 49 ,. FRYER PARTS FRYING CHICKEN SALE WHOLE LEGS OR THIGHS 39 IS 69 ,. CUT UP OR WHOLE FRYER BREASTS 891 . 49 ,. ' ......   DRUMSTICKS-------- 79 LB CUBE STEAK $1.39,, TEl VALLEY SEASIDE PEARS.. oz,,o. 75 BUTTER BEANS .,.. $00.oo FAITHFUL GOLDEN W.K. AUNT lANES YELLOW CORN 95 HAMBURGER DILL SLICES 17 OZ , FOR ,,Ol 2,OIt 59 .,,. .,..o, PAPER TOWELS 95 FLOUR 5Lll 79 F BOLOGNA CHUNK SLICED 69 TO BE GIVEN One Dressed Pig (weighing See it displayed in our frozen Ticket Given with each Tickets given starting Thurs. A , ve.prii lOth. ..... *" lfig SHturday 4 p. m "'Larry the Hacker" says to the "'1'11 cut it up for you wrap it free of charge." 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