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Glenville, West Virginia
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April 16, 1976

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The Glenville I)mocral Pathfindu- April 15, 1976 by Nedra Alltop Mr. Doy Pritt is again in the Grantsville Hospital after being released March 26th. Mr. Hill James. Susan and Elbon attended a coon hunt in Arnoldsburg Saturday. Mrs. Park Queen. Mr. and Mrs. John Jones and Larry visited Mrs. Cora Collins this past weekend. Mrs. Ruth Reed has returmM to West Virginia to spend a few months with friends and relatives. She has spent the winter with her children in Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Reed, Reta and Pauletta, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dosa and Amy and Brad Smith all of the Grafton, Ohio area visited friends and SHERIFF'S NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS All Real Estate and Personal Property Taxes assessed for the 1975 tax year and remaining unpaid after April 30, 1976 will be delinquent and included for publication in the forthcoming , delinquent lists, with an additional charge of $2.50 added, in addition to the taxes and interest already due for each item listed. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK TIL 10 PM SUPERETTE CLARK R. JAMES SHERIFF " TREASURER OF GILMER COUNTY rehtiw;s in this area this past weekend. ' Mr. l,ee ]ames was released from the Veteran's ttospital in Clarksburg last Thursday after a rather lengthy stay there, lie is improving at home. Mr. Doy Pritt still remains in the Calhoun General Hospital. Cards or letters may be sent to: Calhoun General tJospital Room 101, Grants- ville. WV 26147. Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Alltop recently traveled to Grafton, Ohio to attend the funeral services of Mr. Homer Deulley. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Ilashman from Elyria, Ohio, recently visited friends and relatives in the Norman- town area. Mrs. Park Queen of Lockney and Mr. and Mrs. John Jones and Larry recently visited Mrs. Core Collins of Nnrmantown. Paul Whyte, who is employed in Texas, recently visited his wife and daughter, Mrs. Peggy Whyte and Stacy. He is the son-in-law of Mr, and Mrs. Oren Sumpter of Normantown. Anyone in the Normantown area who has news they wish to be put in the paper, please call 462-809.5. PUBLIC AUCTION TREMBLE BLDG. MAIN ST. BURNSVILLE, WV APRIL 17, 1976, 10 AM 2 living room suites, rocker, recliner, coffe & end tables, telephone stand, odd tables, bookcase, good antique chair pictures. 5 carpets (2 like new). good gas heaters, bedroom suites, dressers, double bed. clothing, hamper, dining room suite with 5 chairs, breakfast table, good Gibson No Frost refrigerator, gas range, Maytag dryer, kitchen cabinet, base cabinet, rug shampooer, with attachments, canned goods, canning jars and a lot of misc. (moving into mobile home) Lunch will be served. Auctioneer Robert J. Butcher Owners.Mr. and Mrs. Doy Hissom I / by Wanna Lowther and Mary Harvey- / It . Jpatrick 'lheru will he a Revival at the Roc, k and Johnnie MCt,t, ..... ,1'* ,patrleK (;row; Baptist Church at Linn, April John Wagner ql, d .... " hio, r m me 1 2th thru April 18th. Services Leavittsburg, Oh' . beginning at 7:30 each evening. Guest speakers, special singing, every one weh:ome. There will he loint Sunrise Services Rock Grove and Doyal Chapel. Rev. Basil Hensley, United Methodist Church Supt., will be guest speaker at Doyal Chapel United Methodist Church Sunday at 6:00 a.m. Everyone welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Burkhamer of Leavittsburg. Ohio were visiting his mother Hazel Burkhamer of Linn, and her sister Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bonnett of Baldwin over the weekend. Grandchildren visiting Grandma Powell of Linn were - Guy and Zella Wagner of Valga, W. Va. Linda McCoy Mrs. Pansey Grandma Powell three or four Rev. Harr visiting at Mrs. and Grandma Mr. and Mrs. Cox's Mills Mrs. Homes Mr. and Mrs.l Elyria. Ohio were Harley Osborne Linn Saturday We extend and Mrs. Ray Freddie Beason Homer Bush of of their husband Homer Bush. Mrs. Rodney from Morgantowe parents. Mr. and of Linn. School and First! Gilmer St. GlenvilleL CHucKSPECIALS FOR THURSDAYsALEFRIDAY & SATURDAY CHucKCHICKENTENDERSTEAK bonelessSTEAK s Boneless boneless CHUCK ROAST COOK D HAM BONELESS HAMS S l.09 ,, 19 to 22 ,,avg. whole or portion $179 whole or shank portion s119 Hormel CANNED HAMS BLADE ROAST center cut 79 - 3". size s539 each ARM ROAST 99 c.. 16 to 18.- avg. boneless CHUCK STEAK S119" whole or shank portion S lZ9.. 5". size s9" each 9". size s1699 each BLADE'STEAK WIENERS 7 89 ', TURKEYS will be available ,, oz,,, ,,,,,,0, ,,A,, Please ask clerk if you round,.bone SWISS STEAK s 09  ....  1" ;deeesi:you::,want. ...... REYNO!DSWRAP 3,5 CHARCOAL STEAK boneless S llg, ,,..,,0. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR ,,,,, JOAN OF ARC $3.3 MAXWELL HOUSE I'CI(LE'I)'" B E ASPARAGUS EiS $1 O0 INSTANT COF[EE $1.89 , ,o,,o,,,o, $1. 16 OZ 3 FOR LIBBY PARKAY MARGARINE,,, TRI VALLEY FRUIT COCKTAIL 160Z ) FOR 39 LIBBY DEEP BROWN PORK ,4&o,,BEANS, ,o, $1.00 ADVERTISING $1.00 BOOK MATCHES ,0, 10 TOMATO JUICE 46 OZ SMUCKER$ WHOL| SWEET PICKLES 32 OZ 49 79 JOANOF ARC W.K. .'--'--'''''''''''''' -" ............... "--"- ......... OR CREAm I  II   3o I,.. - CORN,,, $1.00 j ,,RXg N ".. J COOL WHI , /// U: [,o,o,,,., 59 SWEET POTATOES _.J II X I t__ ,,. " I , 29 L, , I TOMATOES 99 ! - ' I FOOD GREAT .o.,,o .,, , ifi', ORANGE JUICE I ., , RADISHES ")o, , -- ,'P _.. VALUES. ' ,,o, ,,,,,, ,o, --", lEAST MAiN sT.V/TU.R " GLENVILLE I COFFEE RICH BROCCOLI 49...,.' ,.,,-,- , ,,oz,,o, ! 9 A.M.-9 P.M. MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY !