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May 7, 1976     The Glenville Democrat
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May 7, 1976

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B-2 The GlenvUle Dennocrat/Pathfinder May 6, 1976 Home DeHnstration club meets The Cox's Mills Hc)rne Demonstra- both demonstrations were interesting. Lion Club met at th, Cox's Mills Mrs. Orelene Butcher won the door Community Building April 27 at 8:00 p,m. for their monthly meeting. President, Roy, Rite E m.rson called the meeting to order. Mrs. Brenda Somerville held the devotions, and th e lesson on "Diabetes" was led by Mrs. Mary Ellyson. A demonstration on how to make rosebuds was pres,ented by Mrs. Sharon Zinn and Mr,. Stella Simmons demonstrated how t:o make a water can out of a Downy b, attle and a straw. prize and Mrs. Ethel Gum furnished it. Mrs. Brenda Somerville served refreshments. 14 members were present with 2 visitors. Our next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Ethel Gum May 18th at 8:00 p.m. This is National Home Demon- stration Club Week and the Cox's Mill Club is the oldest club in Gilmer County that has been organized and continuously active for 31 years. The club's first officers in 1945 were the following; president - Mrs. eS,peed Q. Gibson Zenith Washe;rs Refrigerators Televisions See the Zenith Color Sets on display. We install and service all sales. RFJOADES PLUMBING El. FURNITURE BERI'qlES RESTAURANT Try A Big Beruie Double Decker 15 Povell ;t. Glenville Phone 462-7355 |IVE SER VICE ONLY WHAT WE SELL Linger; Secretary and Treasurer - Mrs. Rite Emerson. It has five chartered members in the club now; Mrs. Ethel Gum. Mrs. Mary Alice Lockard, Mrs. Veda Zinn, Mrs. Nellie Allman and Mrs. Roy. Rite Emerson. The club sponsored the first 4-H club in the community and furnished the leadership for this very worthwhile club for children. Among other community activities, it held the annual Rabbit Roast each year. The purpose of the Home Demonstration Clubs are for furthering education, promoting a better way of life by giving guidance in homes and communities and for uniting the people in the home and community to make a better place to live through fellowship. '...for Postedty' .more Letters Ethe, Gum: vice-president-Mrs. (;lay to be shown here "" Edil)r. 'l'h(; (;lmville, lib;mar:rat: A new movie on West Virginia Arts and CratEs entitled "...for Posterity" will be shown on Wednesday, May 12 at 8 p.m. in the Wesley Building. 28 minutes in length, this color film is a semi-documentary told through the dialogues of artists and craftspeople. Traditional Appalachian Mountain music is also featured. Commissioned by the Arts and Crafts Division of the West Virginia Department of Commerce. "...for Posterity" is an educational and promotional film. This film is on loan to the Glenville Branch of the American Association of University Women to be shown as part of the "Creativity" study topic. The public however, is invited to attend the showing. There will be no admission charge. THE IDEAL GIFT - A subscrip- tion to the Hometown Newspaper - The GlenvUle Democrat and The Glenville Pathfinder. "l'hT; (;ihnf,'r (;)untv tlistori(:al Society is collecting have lived, or are living in the county. This is our Bicentennial Committee's project known as Heritage c(mtributed to the growth and development of the county in not limiting this to doctors, lawyers, bankers, or the like should be included. Those who cleared the land, developed farms, drilled oil and gas wells, taught schoo ls, deserve a place in the booklet thai we hope to publish, if of luly when we hope to have a countywide picnic. Such a publication, of course, costs money. For this thai someone sponsor each biography with a contribution will receive a copy of the booklet for each donation. We printed and offer them to others. To give everyone a fair that the biographies be limited to about 250 words. This and double-spaced, ttowever, hand written data will information that we need should include dates for birth, any other important events in the person's life; public offices held with dates, parents and g spouse, children, membership in organizations, and If you do not feel up to writing the biography, just send with your $5, and we will get a member to put it in sponsor someone, but do not have data, let us know his or I $5 to the Gilmer Co. Historical Society, and we will please do this soon. We have much work to do to get these and there are few of us to do this. Ba SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY FRIDAY & SATURDAY SHANK HALF COOKED CENTER SLICED BOX 0 CHIC KENoR HAM SPLIT'BROILERS WHOLEFRYERS 51- BUTTPORTION 45 = WHOLE LEGS COOKED HAM CHICKEIN BREASTS OR OR THIGHS 69 ,, BACON DRUMSTICKS 891 ,, ,,,z,,, CUT,.UP FRYERS 53 i te COMBINATION PORK CHOPS BACON ENDS & PIECES $1 99 !  POLISHI SAUSAGE 79 , c,,,,,., ,,, $1.39 ,' I, BEEF L,IVER 49 ,, .____,. ,,,. YABIIA DA,II, BE-- DRINK ,,,= =,,, M ORTONS 2 FOR -- SALT ,.oz 29 : SAN GIORGIO 69 TA,STE 0 THE WEST - '"' P'EACIto!S, ,o, 8 0000PBDUCl """ RADISHES 15 c GREEN ONIONS 15 c f'' fJb SPAOHETTI ,,oz ,,o, 75 SPRY SHORTENING $1.19 PRINGLES 42 OZ 13.50Z ' YOUNG  rNDER CUT ,ahqu ,m a ,|lid DOUIIL| N115| |.|V GREEN BEANS ,,0, 89 PIZZA ,.,o. 89 ',H'(3[E"P;LISH ,,,,,, .. oz hILLS MARGARINE ,Lit $1.00 SMUCKERS JELLY,,o, 891 ,,oz 65 ,LAI:EAEWRIIII.- EIIAIIIsOZ I lllll mmmmllL  .- II I FRIEI) ! '" CHICKEN JIFFY 32 OZ CUBED BEEF UCUMBERS 15 c FOOD " GREATI PATTIES ,,,o, , 00'i00ES ,IAW, , POTATOES s1.19 w,,co,, 00,90CE00,,I , VALUESj ('"T''v''yi]ljRDEVILS FOOD --""', GREEN PEPPERS 15 ] EST MA.N ST. GLENVILLE i =v=A:';;;.o. S FRESH CORN ,,o, 69 c t o A.M..9 P.M. MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY it 99 8