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",t _The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder April 22. 1976 by Nedra Alltop Mrs. Wilma Goodrich was admitted to the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital in Weston, Sunday, April 11. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Skidmore of Grafton, Ohio have been visiting relatives in this area. Mike Marks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Marks, visited his family last weekend, April 10 and 11. Mike is GILMER COUNTY AUCTION BARN Top Town Hill Glenvilh 1973 Mercury Comel Tudor Extra Sharp Auto.]-rans. Air Condition. 302V8 Power Steering 36,000 Miles -One Owner Green With White Vinyl Roof Phone Glenville 462-7420 Grantsville 354-7991 STUMP MOTOR SALES Stumptown - W.Vo. We sell antiques, new and used merchandise. Consignments accepted at 5:30 p.m. on Monday. SALES START 6:30 P.M. employed in Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moss and children and Mr. and Mrs. Leamon Moss have all had the flu. They are improving now. Roy AUtop suffered minor injuries April 13 after the throttle stuck on a motorcycle. (Evil Kenevil???}. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moss recently visited their children in Ohio for a few days. Mrs. Flora Hamric was recently ill eSpeed Q. • Gibson • Zenith • Washers • Refrigerators • Televisions See the Zenith Color Sets on display. We install and service all sales. RHOADES PLUMBING Et FURNITURE 15 Powell St. G lenville Phone 462-7355 WE SERVICE ONL Y WHAT WE SELL I - GRASS CATTLE SALE APRIL 24, 1976 I:00 PM SATURDAY WITH RE(;. SALE SPONSORED BY W•VA. DEPT• OF AGRICULTURE United Livestock Sales Co. MINERAL WELLS, WV JOE €ORBITT, MN(;R. PH. 422.1737 and had to miss a few days of work. lee Wilmoth was released from the Calhoun General Hospital last week. by The News Bird Mr. and Mrs. Homer Gainer visited their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Farmer of Oakland. Maryland and celebrated their annivI='sary while there. Mr. and Mrs. James Matthew, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Radcliff, Mr. and Mrs. Rymer Matthew and Mr. and Mrs. Delmcr Burkhammer were ramp hunting in Randolph County over the weekend. The annual spring banquet was held Sunday evening at the Smith Community Building. Entertainment was by a vocal group from West Union. Lanta Radcliff has been success- ful in his fishing. He recently caught two large fish. One measured 29 inches and one 36 inches and weighed 101A lbs. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bussey and Jamie from Mt. Morris, Pennsylvania visited the Astor Burton family over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hinter were shopping in Weston Tuesday. GCHS receives Basketball Sportsmanship award Gilmer County High School has been selected to receive the Basketball Sportsmanship Award, awarded annually by the Ohio-West Virginia Officials Association and the Little Kanawha Athletic Conference. The selection was made hem a poll of all officials who are members of the association. The significance of the award highlights the teamwork, cooperation and sportsmanship of the coaches, players, students and fans who pulled together. Mrs. Annie Keister, formerly of this community, is seriously ill in South Division Hospital, Clarksburg. Mrs. Maxine Cole and children and Mrs. Mavis Cole visited, Maxine's sister, Mary Jo Moyers and family last Saturday. by Wanna and Mary I I I More Women are making a choice this spring, planting garden seed in their backyards instead of flowers. So the women are helping with the food bill and also helping the waistline. So women get on the ball! Floral Lee Scott from Weston, formerly of Troy, visited her mother's first cousin, Mrs. David Brown at the Flesher Rest Home, Gelick, on her 90th birthday. She also visited Mrs. Eva Frame from Linn , Mrs. era Powell of Glenville and Mrs. Roscoe Flesher from Trov. Mrs. era Powell will be 91. Miss Scott said she really enjoyed visiting with them all. Mary Harvey said she has had lettuce from her garden. She raised it in her flower bed. GLENVILLE JAYCEES BICENTENNIAL DANCE GILMER COUNTY RECREATION CENTER MAY 1, 1976 Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. Uriu Butcher over the weekend were, Mr. and Mrs. David Butcher and children, Geniffer and Dawn. Also Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heater and son, Danny. Mr. H. L. Hefner and Johnnie Butcher also visited at the Uriu Butcher home of Troy. Visiting with Mrs. Hazel Burk- hamer of Linn and Grandma Powell this weekend were Pansy and ]ohnnie McCarty, Ray. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Alfrend, Cathy Burkhamer and son Eric and Freda Crites of Leavittesburg, Ohio. Mrs. Emma Alfred of Southingtonl Ohio was visiting her sister, Mrs. Flora Varner of Troy and Sarah Lamb of Linn. Mr. Poe Sleeth of Linn had surgery at the Stonewall Jackson Hospital in Weston. Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Afred of Ohio visited their sister, Lela Moneypenny and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bennett. Mr. Russel Scott, formerly of Troy has been ill for the past 9 weeks but he is much improved at iris;this time. Mr. and Mrs,' y Fling from Elyria, Ohio were visiting Mrs. Flint's brothers of Linn, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Osborne of "Lirm and Cecil Osborne. Mrs. William Frymyr, Mrs. Mary Harvey and Mrs. Wanna Lowther of Linn attended the homemakers club at Bladwin, Tuesday. Also Mrs. Lucille Messenger and Mrs. Darts Teter attended the meeting. Mrs. Floral Scott of Weston visited the Harold Scotts of Linn. A bit of wisdom: When you are right you can afford to keep temper, when you are wrong you can't afford to lose it. If you have a large, well- shaped nose, some believe, it is a sign that you are noble, generous and friendly! ="--(; .... .''i " ___. ONE TO BEST SERVIC OPEN! Rt. i Opposite GLENVIL SU WE .GIVE T.V. ST HOURS 10-10 VOTE , MAG .... ,,  ' GILME •  Born • Glenville Hi • Attended College Mail ministration. • Ruppert ing. • Foreman Parkersburg, • General Your Support and South Influence Appreciated = Plant Supt. 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