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6 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder May 13, 1976 ( Sheets the maternal grandmother, all of Cox's Mills. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. b Ezra Adams were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Adams, Chucky, Sherrie and ,  Bobby of Salem W. Va.: Linda and Danny Hatfield, lack and Diane Adams " and Randy Fluharty of Parkersburg; by ThelmaShackleford Claud Adams and Dean Greenleaf, - Misty and Randy, Harrisville. We are sorry to hear that Mr. and Irene Ware and Toots Shackleford Mrs. Bernard Shackleford of Hundred. were at Shinnston at the home of Mr. W. Vs., lost their home in a fire and Mrs. Earnest Maul to visit the recently. They saved a few things but Bernard Shackleford family who are lost most everything. Bernard is the presently staying untilthey get a home. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shackleford of Jamie and Adam Shackleford came Cox's Mills. home with their grandmother, Toots On May 2nd, Kevin Ellyson, 9 Shackleford, for a few days. year old son of Yvonne E1]yson, and Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Adams, the late Maynard Ellyson of Canton, Beverly and Beth of Parkersburg were Ohio, was hit by a car. His condition is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Page Ware and improving. He suffered a brain the Ezra Adams of Cox's Mills. concussion and a broken collarbone. Ina Burkhamer, daughter of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Ellyson are the and Mrs. Wendell Burkhamer of Cox's paternal grandparents and Pearl Mills is in Oklahoma City this week with others of the county on the Land Judging Team. The following people of Precinct No. 31 of Cox's Mills who are on the election board attended the training meeting at the Glenville Courthouse on May 4, at 7:30: Julia Gordon, Jo Ann Peggs, Irene Ware, Thelma Shackle- ford, Mary Alice Lockard, Milton Bailey, Lovie Matheny, Norms Collins. Clovis Pettit and Mrs. Perrin. by ludy Cain Saturday, May 8, was a busy day for the Tanner youth. Tami and Terri Robinson, Kim and Debbie Lynn Robinson, members of the Gilmer County Band, went to the Northern W. Va. Band Festival. The bands were on the channel 5, 11 p.m. news Saturday night and a reporter interviewed Debbie Lynn Robinson about the activities of her trip. Also the 4-H Area Roundup was held at Braxton County High School. Sherri Cain, a member of the Tanner Pioneer 4-H club, won a red ribbon in Public Speaking. The Tanner United Methodist Church Youth presented a Mother's Day program on May 9. They presented all the mothers with a love necklace. We are happy to note that Mrs. Audrey Cunningham is recovering by Wanna mad Mary Mission Circle was held at the home of Mrs. Carrie Sleeth, May 4. There were eleven members present and the hostess, Mrs. Carrie Sleeth. Alta and Gail Powell of Rockford were visiting with Susan Powell and Hazel Burkhammer Thursday. Grandchildren calling on Grand- ma Powell over the weekend were, Mr. and Mrs. Revelene Hart and children of Pickens, W. Vs., Mr. and Mrs. James Shauer and son Scott, St. Clair, W. Vs., and Miss lohnnie McCarty of Clarksburg, W. Vs. Miss Mary Ellen Scott and Miss Patty Manley are attending a F.H.A. state convention. Mrs. Beck is their advisor. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cates celebrated their son's 12th birthday with a host of from her leg illness and is now able to be in her store. Our deepest sympathy goes to Mrs. ].H. Boggs and family on the loss of her husband. Also, to Mrs. Irene Hague and family on the loss of her sister. SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY FRIDAY & SATURDAY CHUCK ALE friends this past week. Mrs. Fleet and daughter, Joyce, of Parkersburg were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Burkhamer and grandson, Bradley, of Warren, Ohio, were visiting Mrs. Hazel Burkhamer of Linn. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Pritt of Linn are the proud parents of twins, a boy and girl. Mother and children are doing fine. They were born May 2. Mrs. Warder Lowther of Linn was shopping in Weston, Tuesday. Mrs. Glenna Heuner of Troy spent a week with her daughter in Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. James Ganguire. Mrs. Beulah Scott was calling on the sick one day last week: Mrs. Homer Harvey and Mr. and Mrs. Emery Adams of Troy. They are much improved. Mrs. Mary Adams from Ohio and brother Geroge D. Scott spent Easter Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scott of Linn. Martha Scott of Linn was calling on her Aunt Floral Scott of Weston over the Easter Holidays. Troy meet The Women met J Mrs. Mavis members Those Roe, Ada' Reed, Mavis Betty Cole. devotions Betty gave a prayer. Ads "Shaping Mavis, Betty, part of it. discussion. After the adjourned and door prize. refreshments Moving? and new may make change SMOKED PICNICS boneless Whole CHUCK ROA T, CHUCK STEAK Boneless 99 ,, $1.09 Lit Sliced Blade 69 ,, CHICKEN or CHUCK L: ,,bone .in,...., , ,. 99 LB 79'" 79 89 TENDER STEAKS|.39 round bone Boneless PORK LIVER ,,,,,, ROAST 99 ', ,s,,,,,o,,,,,,) ENGLISH ROAST BLADE STEAK LARD ,,,.,,,, $1 UCII BETTY CROCKER POTATO BUDS 16 OZ 69 LIBBT E TOMATO JUIC CAMPBELLS PORK & BEANS 16 OZ 3 FOR 85 GLAD WRAP I O0 FT 2 FOIl ,,0,,,o,$1.0 0 69 CASHMERE BOUQUET SOAP ,', 59 GEIIERAL MILLS i CHIPOS ,.,oz 4? LIBBY'S CORN ,,oz ,,0. 89 VIMCO SPAGHETTI ,,, 89 llOIIllL SPAM ,,o, 9 / BAYER ASPIRINS ,oo., 99 COLLEGE Illll alk f ,,,|' t,...""" I'[I:TET DINNERS CHtCKEN,,,,BROTHoz ,,o, 9.,,, I ,qi'l ,)UIt:t-.,p, I BEEF STEW. 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