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May 21, 1976

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6"J[he Glenville Democrat/Pathflnder '= by Thelma Shackleford :/: Roy. Robert Jones filled his regular .pointment May 9, at 10 a.m. at the COX'S Mills United Methodist Church, a ce crowd attended. . On May 12, at 7:30 a Bible Study sad prayer meeting was held. Hurl Barley was the leader. : Clarence (Shorty) Minor is very ill .in, the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital at Weston. Weekend guests of Toots Shackle- 'ford were, Mr, and Mrs. Tom Shacldeford and Mike of West Milford, d Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Shackle- ::|6rd, Lee, lamie and Adam of Hundred, !i Va. May 20, 1976 The following were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Adams: Linda Hatfield. Lois Ann, Sharon and Dennis, and Maxine Elder, Kevin and Pare all of Parkersburg: Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Adams, Chucky, Sherrie and Bobby of Salem, W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Roland Warner and Wade, Jean and Donna Adams all of Harrisville, and Claud Adams of Linn, W. Va. Frankie Langford of Conings was calling on Thelma Shackleford recently. Mr. and Mrs. George Jones of Ghent, W. Vs. were visiting in Cox's Mills on May 11. They also voted while here. They are former residents of Cox's Mills. Mrs. Bess Wright, post mistress of Cox's Mills attended the Post Masters' Convention at Jackson Mills recently. We extend our sympathy to Mr. William (Bill) Byrd of Cox's Mills for the loss of his brother Everett Byrd of Massilon, Ohio, who died May 4. By The News Bird Mr. and Mrs. Oral Spurgeon spent the past weekend with their daughter, Winoma, in Elkins. On Saturday evening they attended a mother, daughter banquet at the Church of the Brethren. The men prepared and served the food. Mrs, Edna Smith spent the weekend with her daughter, Lucille Dickerson and family in Akron, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. John Mundy of Buckhannon have a new baby girl. The mother is the Cromer Christine Hinter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jo Hinter. Miss Anna Jones of West Union visited her grandmother, Mrs. Mavis Cole last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Rymer of Weston visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Radcliff, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Max Penn from Fitchville, Connecticut, visited Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hatton and family over the weekend. Weekend guests of Mrs. Bess Reed were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Reed, Belpre. Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Leeson and June Ellen, of Washington, W. Va., Mrs. Virginia Leeson of Parkersburg, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Radcliff from West Union and Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Adam and Mr. and Mrs. Theron Roe of Troy, Mr. Cris Roe has returned home after his first year at Fairmont State College. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cole are spending a few days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Archie Langford. Baldwin News Hattie Hissam of Burnsville was here one day last week to visit her sister-in-law Mrs. Nettie Parsons. Here to visit Mr. and Mrs. Don Beamer from Oak Hill were Shelia and Dale Drennon and Theda Bly and children from Sutton. Michael "Jim" Bush of Ripley was here recently to visit his mother, Ruby }ean Bush and Fern Rollyson of Glenvilte. Baldwin Home Makers held their regular meeting May 4 at the Community Building with President Mary Stewart presiding. Devotions were led by Dorthy Radcliff. Several poems were read on Mothers Day. I,esson was taught by Ruby Jean Bush on Stress and Changing Times. Refreshments were served to eleven members by Murl Wolf and Dorthy Radcliff hostesses. Next regular meeting will be held June 1. Floda Davis of Baldwin is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davis and son in Mineral Wells this weekend,' Thelma Bush was a weekend guest of Alta Lorentz of Belpre, Ohio. bv Nedra Alltop A baby shower was given for Mrs. Jane Westfall Kennedy. Saturday, May 8. by Jeanie Kennedy, Marsha Smith, Tanya Turner and Billie Summers. Those present were Garnett Kennedy. Kay Parsons. Flora Frame, Marge Stalnaker. Dorothy Westfall and Madge Vannoy. Mrs. Core Alltop entered the Calhoun General Hospital May 8th. Her condition has greatly improved. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Reed, Reta and Pauletta; Mrs. Barb Reed, Stacy, Shawn the Grafton, friends and Nelda president Society at Miss visited Mrs days. Renee Virginia Mr. Roy admitted to Hospital, Veterans Ask... Q - My wife and I got a divorce and the judge gave her our home. Can I get another GI loan? A - Your eligibility can be restored for another GI loan provided the divorce decree awards the property to your spouse and the VA is relieved of liability which usually means the loan is paid in full. Q My a small Can the VA father's A - She benefits if is not more children school, or helpless maximum She should of her need J SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY FRIDAY & SATURDAY RIB PORK pORK BUTT STEAK $1.07,, CHOPS $'1.29 CUBED PORK STEAK $1.19 LB *' LOIN END ROAST $1 19 /$ $! LOIN PORK COUNTRY STYLE CHOPS THIN SLICED $1.3 9 ,. SPARE RIBS $1.49. $1.29 ,. 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