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The Glen411e D,mocrat/Pathfinder April 29, 1976 Easter weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Curry were Mr, and Mrs. Jay Yeardley, Chad and Erron Jo: Mr. and Mrs. Denver Clendenin, Terry and Kerrie Ann all of Kenna, West Virginia and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Summers and Mark of Lockney. Mrs. Maude White recently went shopping in Weston. Mr. and Mrs. Jim White and children of Millf, Wyoming have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Doy PrAtt. As reported earlier, Mr. Pritt has been seriously ill. However. he was released from the Calhoun General Hospital April 18 and is doing very well. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schuchartd of Maze Landing. New Jersey visited Mr. and Mrs. Lyda Jones recently'. They will soon be moving to this area. They are setting a trailer on Rock Run near Cedarville. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dobbins and Donna of Grafton. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nicholas and Christy of Elyria. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Goodrich of Glenville: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moss and children, Terry. Nathaniel, and by Nedra Ailtop Jonathan of Normantown visited Mr. and Mrs. Leeman Moss Easter weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Minney and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moss recently. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Chadwell visited relatives in the area recently. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Fisher and Burt from Elyria. Ohio recently visited friends and relatives in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Jink Reed, Marsha, Sheila, Kevin, and Denise visited relatives in this area as well as in the Cedarville area over the Easter holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turner, Carolyn, and Richard spent Easter Sunday. with Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Reed and the Robert Reed family. Mr. Junior Dobbins of Grafton, Ohio visited the Harlen Alltop fmaily recently. Mrs. Leone Reed, Elaine Miller and children, Douglas and Donna visited relatives in this area Saturday, April 17. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Osborne, from LaGrange, Ohio, recently spent a few days in their log cabin on Steer Run and visited relatives and friends in the area. Jerry James, Joe James, Bill James and Grover Smith, Jr. played music to entertain the guests at the Hill James home last Saturday night. Those present were Mrs. Grover Smith, Jr., Roger, Becky, and Danny: Mr.and Mrs. Tim Dobbins: Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Smith and Dawn: Pauletta Ree; all of the Grafton, Ohio area. Also attending were Mr. and Mrs. Clavel James and Janet and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Beall of Normantown. Mr. and Mrs. Landis Meadows had as their guests over the Easter weekend their grandanghter Teresa Cunningham from Scherrerville, In- diana and Kathy Grubbe from St. John, Indiana. Also their grandchildren from Weston, Lisa SLum, a student at GlenviUe State College, Pamela and Craig Sturn and their daughter Carolyn Sue Sturn all of Lightburn, West Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Adren White,el and children, Debbie, Laura, and Donald recently spent a few days in West Virginia visiting relatives and friends. They are from Grafton. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Alltop, Cindy, Tim and Beth spent last weak visiting relatives in this area. They too are from Grafton, Ohio. According to Mark Summers, member of the Normantown Volunteer Fire Department, it took them, with the help of the Glenville Volunteer Fire Department, approximately one-half hour to put out a forest fire which broke out last week on the Oak Grove Hill near Normantown. by Thelma Shacldeford The Cox's Mills United Methodist Church met for Sunday School at 10 a.m., Easter. A large crowd of 73 was present. After Sunday School there was an egg hunt for the children. We hope the crowd will grow. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langford and son Jeff of Ohio were Easter weekend guests of Mrs. Rema Burton. Easter guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Adams, were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hatfield, Louise, Sharon, and Dennis, Maxine Clark, Kevin and Pare and Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Adams. Beverly and Beth all of Parkersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Adams and baby of MarLin,burg, Frances Langford and Tins of Elyria, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Wade Adams and Donna of Harrisville. Mr. and Mrs. Rac'v Emerson were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arche Langford of Conings, on Saturday April 7. Easter guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shackleford were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shackleford and Mike of West Milford and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Shackle- ford, Lee, Jamie and Adam of Hundred, W. Vs. Mr. and Mrs. )ames Allman and children of Maryland were visiting Nellie Allman over Easter, Mr. Allman is the son of Nellie Allman. Nellie accompanied the )ames Allmans home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Byrd and Mary Tallhamer were visiting in Flatwoods recently. Easter guests of Mr. and Mrs. Page Ware were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ware and Andria, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Adams, Beverly and Beth of Parkersburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ware, Mark and Craig of Dayton, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Alfred Mathess, Brian and Jamie of Perker,burg were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dacel Ware i recent guest of Mrs. Russell Gail Powell Cla rksburg Racy Emerson April 18. Ca rol Norann Kau were at the weekend. They funeral of Glen Minn.) The Va. Other guests Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell, Ohio. Several attended the night at the Lessie Claud Adams funeral home at their respect to was a former Easter Gideon Ellyson Ellyson, of Wade Adams and and Yvonne Canton. Ohio. were also Sheets. SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY FRIDAY&SATURDAY T BONE ST BOTTOM ROUND $1 1.79 ,, ROUND STIEAK ROAST .1900 SIRLOIN STE $1. $1.39 TOP RUMP OR FULL CU, LB. $1.19 HEEL OF ROUND ROAST 99  CUBED STEAK TOP ROUND STEAK BACON ENDS EYE OF ROUND ROAST $1.39 /.it TIP AMERICAN ROUND CHEESE ROAST $1.29,, :  .29 L. 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