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ell Me, 80. of Glenville. Parkersburg an extended County, he was a and Hattie Lynch of the Upper Church, and an War I. sons, Roy. of Rodney. and 0., and Armond, of Mrs. Itell MoOre. of Grafton. O.. Mrs. Othella Lindsay and Mrs. Evelyn Drake. of BurnsviUe. and Mrs. Rosalie Hibben. of Amherst. O.: two brothers. Clarence and Leeman. of Normantown; three sisters. Mrs. Ruth Reed. of Norman- town. Mrs. Viola Whitsel and Mrs. Nell Skidmore. of Grafton. O.; 26 grandchildren and seven great- grandchildren. Funeral services were Friday at 2 p.m. at the Upper Steer Run Baptist Church with the Rev. Dana Stalnaker officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. HECK FOR STATE AUDITOR PAID BY CANDIDATE Dome Pearl Collins Dollie Pearl Collins, age 50 of Star Rt. 71. G|envine, died Sunday. April 25, 1976.3 a.m. at her residence following an extended illness. She was born June 5, 1916 in Lewis County. daughter of Walter F. Donaldson of Orlando. Rt. 1 and the late Ivy Paugh. In 1931 she was MOODY'S ILE HOMES t. 33-119 - 4 miles west of Weoton COmplete Selection of Quality Built Home= 12-wides 14-wides double wide= ' and moduhr on display fully displayed and lighted for your shopping convenience OPEN FRIDAY TIlL 8:00 PM Phone 269-1510 .Va. Mobile Home Association NVILLE PERETTE Men thru Sat 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. Sunday 10 A.M. to 10 P.M. Fruit Drink Gal. Jug Grape, Orange and -Fruit Punch Nescafe Instant Coffee 10 oz. April 29, 1976 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder 13 married to [,ester K. Collins who 'Dragon of Nitt' presented by 6SC players May 4 6 survives along with one son and four " " daughters: Everrett L. Collins of Washington. W. Va., Wilma Irene. Conrad of Cedarville. W. Va., Arbutus Ann Sims of Rt. 1. Burnsville. W. Va.. Glide Faun Conley of Weston. W. Va., Miss Hilda Dawn at home. One brother and four sisters survive: Walter Donaldson of Orlando. Mrs. Myra Singleton of Burnsvi|le. Mrs. Mary Riffle of Orlando. Mrs. Lure Potete of Baltimore. Md., Mrs. Leo Bennett of Jane Lew. W. Va.. 17 grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one brother and one sister. She was a member of Ellis Grove United Methodist Church. Services were held at I p.m. Tuesday, April 27, "The Dragon of Nitt". the loveable children's theatre production by the Players of Clenville State College will take stage May 4 through 6th at 10:30 A.M., 1:30 P.M., and 8:00 P.M. Twenty four characters will spin Phil Grecian's marvelous tale about happiness. The running time of the play is 1 hour and 10 minutes. In search of happiness for his village of Nitt, Abecrombie {the town at Spurgeon Mortuary, Rev. Everett Mills officiated. Interment was in K of P Cemetery at Burnsville. If you were born thb week: Common sense is your trademark. Your feet are firmly planted in the soil you so dearly love. You rarely daydream, 'cause you're too busy doing. You ere an asset to any club or group, for not only are you fun, but you're a worker, too. ARIES (3/21-4119): Be leery of LIBRA: (9/23-10123): Rely on yourself and count any aid from others as a bonus. Be dis- criminating in use of resources. A hidden tap could drain you. A romantic interlude polishes weekertd to a titillating shine. Finally common sense shakes hands with ingenuity to deal you a winning hand. SCORPIO (10/24-11122): Change in relationship may be a major transformation. Whether for better or for worse depends on how changes are handled.-Week's agenda also includes discussion on a sexy topic and chance to start a new affair, SAGITTARIUS (11123-12121): Zero in on details you've let slide. Give special attention to pets. Your life is go. go, go. Sag. Don't forget that body of yours needs care to keep up the pace, Get proper rest and food to keep it fit. CAPRICORN (1120-1119): Love affair could turn into more than a fling. Nesting urge swings thoughts from dating game to mating game. Ver- satility is key to closed door at work/project. Week stops with a thump. AQUARIUS (1120-2110): A domestic spring spruce-up is in order. The o1' homestead's appearance is important even to a gad-about like you, Aquarius. Then, let the sun shine in. on romance -- weekend is a sizzler. Latter days are determined. PISCES (2120-3120): Ma Bell and Mr. Postman gang up to pelt you with messages. You'll hear from a, relative and receive information concerning money Later activity includes home-centered affair Week comes to a sexy goodnight. (Suburban Features) partnerships involving financial investment. Someone's liable to try to change you. A game of musical values could ensue if you don't stand firm, little Ram. Later, phone rings off hook and you need to juggle dates. TAURUS (4/20-$120): Of all the signs, perhaps you, Taurus, dislike change most. Be that as it may; the changes they are a comte'. This applies particularly to those you born this week. Variety really can be the spice of life! QEMINI (1121-0/20): Remember the fable about the tortoise and the hare? Your in- clinations may be hare-ish, but don't forget who won that race. Week also includes financial interest and a lovers' kiss. En- joy, Twin. MOONCNILD (Sl21-7122: Keep objectives clearly in view. The singleness of purpose you often show will place you in trump position, little Crab. Look for a happening in home situation. Then, all you have to do is bat your baby blues and lover takes it from there. LEO (7132-0122): Shakeup along career or job lines is possible soon. It may involvis promotion or even career change. Expect more work and responsibility. The challenges will be right up your talented Leo alley. Later, relax with friends in cosy lair. VIRQO (0/1-9122): A tip of the hat tO yOU, Virgo, as you receive recognition. This is a lucky phase; e-time for lOVe, relationships, and advance- ment. Get together with those closest to you and paint that o1' town red. carpenter) learns from the Dragon of Nitt that this priceless ideal can only be accomplished by one simple method. The characters are funny, unusual, and delightful. The speech department students have combined talents, skill and creative ability into a production you won't want to miss. Call for reservations at 462-7361, ext. 318. too many bills nearly driving you nutty? LET US HELP YOU CRACK THOSE TOUGH NUTS! If a whole lot of monthly payments are stacking up on you, a consolidation loan from us may be your answer. We can pay them off and refinance them into one lower monthly installmentl Union Bank Glenville, West Virginia ........................... i i i To The Voters of Gilmer County I, Clark R. James, am a democratic candidate for Sheriff of Gilmer County. I regret that I will be unable to make a house to house canvas in this campaign. A campaign of this nature would be time consuming, therefore it would create a great neglect upon the duties and responsibilities of the Sheriff's office. Hovver, I will try to contact as many voters as my spare time permits. So please accept this as a personal invitation to vote for me for Sheriff of Gilmer County on: May 11, 1976. :-i ClerkR. Paid for by Clark R. Jam Senator Bob Hatjleld tlas Saved Igest Virginians Millions of Dollars It isn't very often that West Virginians can point to a state official and say, "That man has saved me money." But you can say it about Senator Bob Hatfieid, because it's true. For years, utility companies in West Virginia in- eluded the costs of their advertising as justification for rate increases. Senator Hatfield felt this wasn't fair, and introduced a bill to prevent utility companies from charging their advertising costs to the consumer. Almost immediately the utility companies agreed to stop this practice -- at great savings to the West Virginia consumers. Now, Bob Hatfield is running for Secretary of State. And hie record - on this and other important state problems _ clearly indicates he is the man for the job. 00enator Bob Hatfield Secretary of State Democratic Primary Tuesday, May 11 Bob Hatfleld... lie's the Ileal MeCoy! {Paid by candidate) Stop, Compare, Vote. Jim Sprouse and John D. Rockefeller, IV will both have a half-hour show on your local television station soon. The times and dotes of the broadcasts are listed below. Watch Rockefeller. Watch Jim. Compare the two. Then, on May 11 vote for the candidate best able to lead West Virginia the next eight years. It's a big decision for you end for West Virginia. Stop, Compare, Vote. See Jim Station Day WBOY MAY 4 WBOY MAY 6 WBOY MAY 0 WDTV MAY 1 WDTV MAY 7 WDTV MAY 8 WDTV MAY 9 WOWK MAY 5 WOWK MAY I WOWK MAY 7 WOWK MAY 9 WOWK MAY 10 WSAZ MAY 5 WCHS MAY 4 WCHS MAY 8 See Rockefeller Time Station Day Time 1:30 P.M. WBOY MAY 2 11:30 MID 1:30 P.M. WBOY MAY 3 7:30 P.M. 8:30 P.M. WBOY MAY 0 11:30 P.M. 7:00 P.M. WDTV MAY 1 7:30 P.M. 7:30 P.M. WDTV MAY 7 7:00 P.M. 7:00 P.M. WDTV MAY 8 3:30 P.M. 8:00 P.M. WDTV MAY 9 6:30 P.M. 2:00 P.M. WOWK MAY 3 8:00 P.M. 8:30 P.M. WOWK MAY 5 12:00 P.M. 7:00 P.M. WOWK MAY 8 8:30 P.M. 11:30 MID WOWK MAY 7 11:30 MID 8:00 P.M. WOWK MAY 10 2:00 P.M. 0:30-10:00 P.M. WSAZ MAY 5 7:30 P.M. 1:00 P.M. WCH8 MAY 4 9:00 P.M. 9:30 P.M. 'WCHS MAY 8 8:30 P.M. Paid political advertisement Sprouse for Govetrnot Committee Willis aerti s, Treasurer