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8 The Gleuvflle Democrat/ Pathfinder Rocky Fork News ,: ';' .?= .......... Y'i ':" ( ," ":i by HAZEL FLINT ....... Lois Heater. daughter of Ronnie and Agnes Heater, was hit by a truck Thurdsay, April 28 on her way home from school. She was rushed to University Hospital in Morgantown. She sustained a broken collar bone and several bruises, She is getting ahmg fine now. Pauline Grimes came home from the hospital Saturday, We were sorry to hear of the death of Bvrle Knight of Blackburn on April 23, He will be sadly missed, Nellie Clemens also died April 27. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wilford and chihlren visited Hazel Flint over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Don Riffle visited her grandmother aver the weekend. Dannie and Mildred Riffle also visih:d Hazel Flint last weekend. tlazel Flint visiled Pauline Grimes in 13ristle. W.Va. over the weekend. May 12, 1977 TESTS AND MORE TESTS were administered to over 350 people at the Gllmer County Health Department's Health Fair last Saturday. Health Department employees and volunteers weighed and measured 194 people, administered 255 urinalyses, 316 blood pressure checks, 135 breast exams, 115 pap tests, 88 TB skin tests, 284 blood sugar tests, 144 hearing tests, 123 glaucoma tests and 109 vision tests. [Democrat photo] Local people named to health group VII's Cnmr, meet! in th aild l, psh advis Heall health Ermah L. Damewood of Glenville anti Samuel Reese of Troy are among members recently appointed to Region Regional Health Advisory Committee. The committee will hold its first meeting at 7 p.m.. Wednesday, May 4, in the offices of the Region VII Planning and Development Council in the lpshur Courthouse in Buckhannon. The committee will serve in an ) advisory capacity to the West Virginia Health Systems Agency. Inc., the planning agency for West Virginia designated by the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfre. Committee members are appointed bv the Region VII Planning an,I Devehlpmenl (]ouncil. The comrnittee will assist \\;%'V lISA in identifying the health need priorities for Region VII. will review proposals for changes in health facilities and services within tim region, and will periodically review the appropriat- eness of existing health facilities and services Meetings of the Regional Health ,'\\;dvisorv Committee will be announced in advance and are open to the public. For additional information, contact Region VII Planning and DeveLopment Council. l'pshur ()nintv (;ourtheuse. Ruekhannon 26201. GARAGE SALE Kitchen Table/Chairs Frigidaire Washer  Gas Dryer Player Piano Clothing g Misc. Items Friday-Saturday 9 a.m.-4 p.m. May 13 g 14 at Radcliff's Follow signs at Dowell Obituaries -:------ --=-' ------ ---- -'-- --:- .... ---"-- --=- ---- I. Clinn Ellyson, 83, of Orlando. Fla. died Saturday, April 23. He was born in Glenville and ---] ....... ,SUPPLIES, ...... , q I ,,i, '7/I I Glassgard 0000:;Jll Shin00les 1 Now $i8.60 'umsville  per sq. , , , = * Fire Rating Class A * Guarantee 20 Years , Meets Federal Specification * Meets F.H.A. Minimum Property Standards " 15 Lb. Building Felt " White Water Closet rvleeman available for installation and repair of products purchased from our store. Hours: Mon. thru Thurs 8 to 6 Friday 8 to 8 Saturday 8 to 5 853-2424 REDISCOVER IT IN TRADITIONAL TREASURES" TM Traditional Treasures by Carefree is the wall- coverings collection that brings back mem- ories of Grandma's Ioar- for with the blue and rose-flowered wall- paper. These tradition- al patterns, including  =a= mlni-prints and cam- r/, = " panions, are lore- {(   posted for easy hang-   " Ing, and vinyl coated 40 "I " for easy cleaning. See them todayl Grandma would approve ..... Hordmans Olenville Hardware 600Dff"YEaM "BLEMISHED" TIRES POWER CUSHION POLYESTER A 78 x 13 White Stripe 19.95  1.75 F.E.T. D 78 x 14 Black Wall 22.95 t 2.09 F.E.T. E 78 x 14 White Wall 24.95 t 2.09 F:.E.T. CUSTOM POWER CUSHION POLYGLASS 1:78 x 14 Black Wall 29.95 tt 2.42 F.E.T. H78 x 15 Black Wall 29.95 It 3.10 F.E.T. H78 x 15 (Suburbanite) Black Wall 29.95 i 3.10 F.E.T. 6.78 x 13 Police Special Nylon Blackwall 28.95 plus 2.59 F.E.T. 7.50 x 16 Super Hi.Miler Nylon Biackwall 6 Ply 34.95 plus 3.44 F.E.T. 7.50 x 16 Custom Xtra-Grip Nylon Blackwall 6 Ply 55.00 plus 3.85 F.E.T. INSTALLATION AND BALANCING INCLUDED Drake's Quaker State Service Baldwin, W.V00. 26326 Hammond. Ind. He was a former president and chairman of the board of the First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Hammond, a Kiwanis. Mason. member of the Scottish Rite Bodies. Knights Templar and Phi Delta Theta fraternity. He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Orlando, the University Club and a former member of the Indiana legislature. tie is survived by his wife Martha: daughter. Mrs. Jean Haynes of Dunedin. Fla.: son, Robert C. of Fort I,auderdale. Fla.: sisters. Mrs. Jean *;Perkins of Indianapolis, Ind.. and Mrs. Ruth Griffin of Port Charlotte. Fla.. and a bro:her Gideon of Cox's Mills. He was buried April 26 in Woodlawn Mausoleum. Don Jones Don ]ones. 50. of Pomona. Calif.. died April 23 in Pomona Valley Community th)spital after a short illness. He was born March 4. 1927 in Cox's Mills. a son of the late Adams S. and Edna E. Shackleford lones, tie was a 23 -year veteran of the Army. He was discharged in 1968. For the past seven years, he worked for Pomona Valley Realty. Surviving are his wife. Enola Bustle Jones: three sons Don Jr.. Glenn and Ronald B.: a daughter. Donna: six granchildren: lwo brothers. Claude Iones and Clifforn Nash, both of Columbus, Ott,: eight sisters. Mrs. Willard (Mary) McCartney and Miss Nellie Witman both of Colnmbus. OH.. Mrs. Darrell [Ellenora) Hornet of Glenville, Mrs. Urea (Ruby} Butcher of Trnv, Mrs. Granville (Brennice) Young of Cox's Mills, Mrs. Audra Barton of Clarksburg. Mrs. Frena Reed of Massilon. Oil., and Mrs. Goldie Reed of Ha rrisville. Services were held April 29 at noon in lhe Church of Our tteritage. Services were conducted by Rev. Paul Benefeil of Pomona, Calif. Internment was in Forest Lawn. Covina ttills. Calif. ONE TO SUITEVERYBODY'S NEED ! Holly Park Windsor Norris Freedom Double-Wide Homes BEST SERVICE MOVE AND SET UP OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK SUNDAY 1-5 BELKNAP MOBILE HOMES. INC. Phone 364-5608 RI. 4 lust off i-79 Gassat ay-Sutton Exits toward Gassaway Gassawav WV 'Opposite Braxton County Armory Tanner News Kline Frvmier reports that the Mt. I,ibertv Church is in a serious state of disrepair. Members of the church are adding new siding, windows and carpet for the pUlpit area and the aisles. All donations will be greatly appreciated. Make checks or money orders payable to Mr. Liberty Church and mail to Kline Frymier. Superinten- dent. Box 85, Cox's Mill. W.Va. 26342. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hogue were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zinn Sunday. April 30. Mr. and Mrs. l)annv Maxwell and son Jeff. were a flernoon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gutwirth of (;lew4and. Ohio have been visiting with Mr. Charles tlershman. Mrs. (;utwirflfs father. Mr. Hershman makes his home with his sister. Mrs. Betty tlar(tman. Mr, Gutwirth is a (ommeri(:al painter, is painting Mrs. l la rdman's house. Mrs. Loretta Fox, who is the aunt of Mrs. Fred Gutwirth had a birthday dinner for Mr. Gutwirth Thursday ewming. May 5. Those present were Mrs. Fox, Shad Hershman. Betty tlardman. Mike and Thelma Hardman. Marvln Sue Edman and Mrs. Ada Riddle. Mrs. Alma Gainer. who has been a life-long resident of Tanner has been living with her grandaughter in Elkins since she fell some time ago and broke her hip. She has been visiting friends and relatives in the Tanner area for a few days. We're happy that she is able hi be ()tit ant] visiting. The "Sam" Frvmiers were shtqping in Glenville Wednesday. Mrs. Frvmier wasn't feeling very well. Hope she is much better. "'Stevie" Zinn ter" shot last Tuesday, for Kindergarten. He kilter and running a couple days. Mrs. Harley Webster and Mrs. advantage of the Gilmer County Health Saturday. Mrs. Margurite Glenvil]e, and Mrs. and children of Mar Kay Wilson Saturday, ludy Cain is in General Hospital. She removed from her the back. Both tumors She is getting along as expected. House for rent? Move it fast with Pathfinder Want-A& fast-action! Call your ad now. See the before you Check our and BENNETT & Display Yard at Giantsville, 354 6162 Gilmer Co. Auction Glenville,W.V.Monday May 16 Cloth Naugahyde Balloons Assortment of writing paper Pillows Wide assortment of Smith Glass 2 lb boxes candy Electric fans Transmission fluid Hair spray Auctioneer - Robert J. Butcher /lIoI4)rl Special Attic & Walls II 111 -(I (;00.tr.nteed Seamless Gutters Free Estimates CALL COLLECT .h:/.'f R00,berls ,1,62-87 Mi,jJi! liil,,l!ri.il We will offer for sale at Public Auction at our residence on Fork of Steer Creek about 11 miles above Stumptown Rosedale on May 21, 197"/, beginning at 1 p.m., the 1 Handmade Cedar Chest; 1 Treadle Sewing Machine; 1 breakdown short barrel pistol; 1 dozen glass top jars and stone Boston rocker, reed seat; Aladdin lamp, no shade, 1 lot of hand tool; 1 grindstone. 1 R.C.A. Early America Color "IV; 2 portable TV, smell; 1 barrel rocker; 1 5 h.p. rototiller, 1 yr. old; 1 stereo tape and tables and 3 chairs; 2 sweepers, rug shampooer; deep dishes, toaster; coffee pots; silverware; throw rug; powh traverse rods; clothes hamper; high chair; car bed; playpen;. many tools; shovels; posthole digger; bars; sledge; wedgeS; 4 twine; drill press, includes elect, motor; some good .7:50 x wheel baiancer; tube tester; 2 bathroom sinks; fans; 1 4-ft. many, many other items too numerous to mention. Not responsible for accidents Terms: Cash Auctioneer: Clark Minney Owners: Andy and Evelyn Abahazi Large salad platterS Canned corn and Leather belts Assortment of tape Paper cups New 9x12 wool rugs Candles Ink Shopping bags Many Other Items Don't Miss the Big Sale