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10 The Glea~ille Democrat, Pathfinder May {L t975 VALLEY INN CLUB Revised Country Swingers Saturday, May |0, 1975 I0 p.m.--2 a.m. " eSpeed Q. Gibson Zenith Washers Refrigerators Televisions See the Zenith Color on display. ....... We install and service all sales. RHOADES PLUMBING Et FURNITURE 15 Powell St. Gienville Phone462-7355 WE SER VICE ONL Y WHAT WE SELL Do you know these patriots? Many residenls in (;ilnu;r (;()untv who =,re descendants el earK settlers may be eligible for membership in several patriotic organizations, at;- cording to Eddy Orr, former county resident now residing in Tampa. Fla. Orr has the service records of 16 men who apparently fought during the American Revolution. Many persons in the county are descendants of the following men: Alexander White, Hezekiah Hess, ]onathon tlughes, John Ashcraft, Michael Stump Ir.. ]ohn Weh:h. Abraham Ingrain. Edward ]ackson. Gen. William Woodford, ]ohann Adam Stutler {Stadtler}, Matthew Arbuckle. Thomas McGee. Beniamin Coplin, Abraham Hite, Jacob Conrad (Koon- rod}. and |oseph Carpenter, Persons who are interested in tracing descendance through these patriots may contact Orr, Florida Research Bureau. P.O. Box 624. Tampa Florida 33601. II II f Eight miles West of PARKER$BORG , VA. on Route 555-one mile off Routes 7 and 50 Phone (614) 989-2310 PRESENTS ONE OF THE LARGEST FESTIVALS IN THE U.S.A. THIS YEAR. JUNE 6th, 7th, 8th. 200 ACRES OF FREE PARKING AND PLENTY OF GOOD FISHING -- SO COME AND SPEND . -FEATURED IN THIS JIMMY MARTIN HOCKING VALLEY BOYS RALPH STANLEY BUTLER BROS. FRANK NECESSARY EAGLE MT. BOYS JIM and JESSE MAC WISEMAN THE GOINS BROS. LILLIMAI and DIXIE GOSPELAIRES RAYMOND FAIRCHILD McCUMBERS BROS. LEWIS FAMILY CHUCK A TKINS THE OSBORNE BROS. For better tampsites tome earl), us possible ALL THREE DAYS st 0.00 CHILDREN UNDER 12-- FREE DISTRIBUTOR "Many of the most deadly Water STEAM DISTILLATION is the Poisons are INVISIBLE, Water that sure way to protect you and your lOOks clean may be only a beguil- family from the hazards of impure [ng illusion, , water. A FOURTH of our towns and cities HAVE NO SEWAGE TREAT- MENT PLANTS AT ALL. Half the existing plants are outdated. Some use methods the Egyptians used more than 2,000 years ago." --U,S. Department of Interior in the film, "The Gifts." "tNFECTIOUS3-1EPATITIS is spreading alarmingly in the United States, and a mater suspect for the route of transmis- sion is the 'toilet-to-mouth pipeline' of many water systems ..." ---Dr. Paul R. Ehrlich, Stanford University, in Population/ Resource/Environment: Issues in Human Ecology. "The Water ,is dirty! The whole coun- ** try's water supply is dirty and getting dirtier by the day. It is filthy when it leaves the river, and still dirty when it flows from your tap.'--Charles Paul Conn in A Hard Look at Today's Water Crisis . . . Not A Drop to Drink. Clean Water Clean Water YOUR Society, Ltd. Of Central W. Va. Route I, Box 38 Exchange, WV 26619 (304) 765-5720 The DENNISON DISTILLATOW is a TOUGH machine with a TEN YEAR SERVICE WAR- RANTY designed to bring distilled water for drink- ing and cooking within the financial reach of every American Family. mHiginui II t#r 5 ul t. td. OF CENTRALWVA Roule1, Box38 ExchanQe, W.V 266]9 l i Genhemen, please send me FREE and without obliga- tion copy of "Not A ~'op ~o Drink.'" Also, send me I reformation on how I may obtain the Dennison Distil- !'at,'" for my family" ! Name ......... e Add, ass City State ....... Zip_ IIIIIIIIIIII YOUR Larry Shaver SALESMAN Route l, Box 43.B Glenvme, WV 26351 Call (304) 462.7752 After 5 p.m. Pottery demonstration at G$C Lou Covey [r] demonstrates pottery throwing technique in GSC amphitheatre to Randy and Theresa Newlon. Annual pottery demonstration last Department. Reminder: Clean.up Day May 10 City residents are asked to place large trash items such as refrigerators, stoves, couches and tires in front of their homes for Mike Bailey (Continued from Page 1} "'When 1 was about 6 years old. I followed my late Uncle Dolly around our Rosedale farm. He always did a lot of diddling with wood and I just picked who has and craft fairs spinning lessonS Heritage Art special pickup Saturday May 10. Pickup will begin at 8 a.m. and continue to Tuesday. if necessary. Major oil firms leave Vietnam The world's major oil firms have pulled up stakes in South Vietnam, leaving behind about $100 million in investments made with the government for rights to drill oil in the South China Sea off South Vietnam's coast. Several huge offshore oil drilling rigs. operated jointly by several large oil firms off the South Vietnam coast, have either been transported to new safe oil fields or will shortly be moved to safe ports. Oil experts believed South Vietnam could soon become a major oil producer. One industry report estimated $5 billion worth of oil below the South China Sea. Among the 12 to-15 major oil Companies~~at invested in So~ath Vietnam's oil fields were some of the largest American oil firms - Mobil, Shell, Exxon, Cities Service, Sun and Marathon. Since 1973, the oil firms paid about $100 million to the South Vietnamese government for drilling rights to 88.000 square miles in the South China Sea. it up." he said. "'My parents {Henry and Beulah} bought me a wood carving set including a small wood lathe, saw and drill, when I was 10, and I received other tools along the way," His collection at the regional show included a polished vertical flax wheel, also known as a castle or maiden wheel. Mike made his first one when he was 13. using an antique flax wheel as a model, augmented by drawings. He also exhibited a colonial flax wheel made from black walnut. "'My mother has the first one I made," he said. "And when I need cheering up I go and look at it," he said. laughing. Mike has already sold nine colonial wheels. He doesn't like to put a monetary value on his work, but said that he could sell one for $150 a modest price considering the wood and the workmanship. The young artisan doesn't want to get caught up in an eight-hour work schedule, churnin~ out looms on a ma~s production basis. But, he claims he could finish a flax wheel in about a week if he were pressed. He has begun work on five wheels in his home ~hop iffthe hopes of selling four. Two ar~ already promised to a fellow in Caiih)rnia who met Mike at Ripley last year. Mrs. Mary Cutlip, a noted spinner o,~*~........o.... ............ ...o...o.o...o.. ..... ****************************** ..... ....* ........ WANTED Standing Timber or Timberland ALSO MEN WiTH TRACTORS OR HORSES 70 SKID LOGS. YEAR AROUND HAULING FOR LOG TRUCKS, CALL OR WRITE Mark Ellis Forester COASTAL LUMBER COMPANY P O Box 218 Gassaway 26624, West V,rg~n~a Phone 304 364 5986 I -o o--o,-,o*.~.o,..o..o...oo oooo...* oo oo.,o .o... ooo.*o,o~oo.o..,o.o .o .o.o,.o*.ooo ~..o......o..o .... ........ ,= i I| im There will be a PUBLIC SALE at the Paul D. Mayas residence, Salt Lick Side of Burnsville, mile off of 1-79, on Route 3, Saturday, May 10, 1975, starting at 10 a.m. ANTIQUES: Walnut dresser with marble top; maple wash stand with mad>is top; 2 dressers with mirrors; 2 dresser bases: curved glass china cabinet; wash stand with mirror (design carved oak leaf and acorn); wall telephone; cow bell; Seth Thomas mantle clock ; bean coffee grinder: cherry seeder; oil lamps; railroad and other lanterns; 20 gallon iron kettle; dinner bell; iron pots; iron teakettle; cuspidor; cream cans; 5 gallon iron gypsy bean pot; stone jugs; walnut cbeir with new upholstery; hay cutting knife; brass teakettle; old time steam engine light; old rocker: pitcher with bowl ; soup toureen ; wedding bowl. LIVING ROOM: Love seat with cover; two piece Kroehler classic design suite; two piece Early American suite: lazy bqy chair; coffee tables; end tables; mahogany library table; walnut lamp table; oval pedestal table; ottoman (new); maple book case; mahogany and iron book case; 17" RCA table model TV; 23" Zenith TV with stand; Airline Stereophonic High Fidelity Combination with AM and FM Radio; new "IV cushions; assortment of occasional chairs. BEDROOM: Maple tw,'n beds with box springs and mattress; maple vanity with mirror; dark maple vanity with mirror: chest; chiffarobe; night stands; bedroom chair with ottoman; GE clock radio. DINING ROOM: French Provincial dinette with 4 chairs : solid oak dinette with 4 chairs, new maple hutch. KITCHEN: Double door cabinet bases; metal cabinets; new utility tables with electrical outlet and rollers; large deluxe Cyclamatic Frigidaire refrigerator; gas cook stove, good condition. MISCELLANEOUS: New 3 piece set moulded luggage; two 9x12 rugs; camp stool; folding tables; child's rocker; Electrolux tank sweeper with attachments, same as new; step table; assortment of dishes - some complete sets; office desk with chair; outdoor barbecue stove with accessories. TOOLS: three th" electric drills, same as new; 3 electric saws; 4" Rockwell jointer, new; new electric plane with extra blades; tool boxes; mechanic tools. vicp, a; new band sew; set dies, pipe vice; new lavatory; new plumbing tools; new bench grinder; complete set welding, cutting, and brazing torch with gauges; aluminum extension ladders; lot of paint; four foot iron level; four foot wood level; 10" table saw with table; new heavy duty extension cords; new lawn mower; heavy duty wheel barrow, rubber tire. AT LEAST 100 ITEMS NOT LISTED LUNCH WILL BE SERVED TERMS: CASH VALUABLE DRAWING AT END OF SALE AUCTIONEER: DARWIN K. PLUMLEE WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS i iii ii i after Mike had "'She realb Mike's work artists from Calhoun, schools. Included in pair of carved made of apple of black wa candlesticks bowls, also Mike also pieces and siX sculpture. ration of "The spent helping his I cattle farm near line. He's the only! His sister is With a little spend the that, who woodworking. WOn't t~ Sorry Exhibit were: Gilmer), Jill Donna Dobbins Ceramics - Wirt). Mike Paiatiag Gilmer}, Nanc ]ones {3rd, Gt Hardway houn}. ScuLl Wirt), Iviike Tammy Morgan Drawing Gilmer}, Susan Jill Crutehfield /)/lone says C&P "'Many of the open road the open Harrison. local Telephone said. "'To avoid day. use normally inexpensive operator." he "'Call expect our afternoon and advantage can be Saturday. "" FILE 105 Req, No. 300. Cotle~e: equal: Bid A.M. File 50: Req. 290:. (.'(,liege: Opening Date & No bids wdt be on forms Specifications REAL| Sewing The Gilrr , and Harrison 421