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? 6 The GlenvLlle Democrat/Pathfinder May 27, 1976 CAMDEN FLATS NEWS by: Ruth Tinney Mrs. Cecil Reaser spent a week recently with her sister, Mrs. Nine Snyder of Petroleum while there she went shopping in Cairo and Harrisville, and also did some fishing in a nearby stream. Mrs. Reaser said her catch was "small", but she enjoyed the beauty of "mother nature." One interesting sight she experienced, she said, was seeing a couple of wild ducks with their little brood. Visitors in the home of Mrs. Frankie MarLy for Mother's Day weekend were her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ryrner Turner and family, Melanie, Suzie. Paula and Scott; all of Parkersburg; her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Wilson of Camden. Also visiting were her grandson. Mr. and Mrs. William F. Wilson 11 and son Billy of Strasburg. Vs.. and Mrs. Lena McCartney. Mrs. McCartney was accompanied by her daughter and son-in-law, all of Orrville, Ohio. Mrs. Oladys Edwards returned home this week after spending a few days in Kentucky visiting with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Reaser were happy to have in their home last weekend, their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reaser and family of Parkersburg. Jim is Deputy Sheriff Detective in Parkersburg. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snyder recently were their two grandsons, Tommy and Kevin Brown of Peru, Indiana. Sunday visitors in the Snyder home were Mr. and Mrs. Rymer McGinnis of Akron Ohio. Recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Flavil Tinney were Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Haynes and daughter Debbie, and Edward Haynes all of Charleston; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Knight Richard Collins and Jacky Heater are being kept busy tending gas wells around the county. Ronnie Heater, Helen Collins and Hazel Flint were shopping in Weston last Monday. Hazel Flint recently returned from Pennsylvania where she was visiting her daughter, Mary Ellen Wilfong at the hospital where she will be confined until June 14. She also visited her other sons and daughters, Jim Collins and family, Raymond Collins and family, Brooks Collins and his family in Barberton, Ohio, the Daniel Riffle family in Barberton, Charles Collins, Charles Mick family in Pennsylvania. Kenny Lowthers and children and his mother spent a Sunday recently with Richard Collins. Rancy Collins visited his grand- mother, Hazel Flint, over the weekend recently. of Baltimore, Md.; Mr. andMrs. C.B. Whytsell of Birch River, and Mr. and Mrs. David Tinney and family of Orrville, Ohio. Also visiting were Mr. and Mrs. Travis Allen and family. State conservation camp to be held June 7-12 West Virginia youths attending Sponsors of the (:amp include the agencies the State Conservation Camp, June 7-12 West Virginia University Center for during the at Camp Casear in Webster County Extension and Continuing Education, activities for will learn about conservation of State Department of Natural Re- include natural resources, spources. Department of Agriculture, trapping, The camp's purposes are t) Division of Vocational Education, ration, acquaint teenagers between the ages Department of Agriculture, and Campers of 15 and 18 with the social and Geological and Economic Survey; and traI economic importance of natural U.S. Department of Agriculture's ing, resources, to foster a wish to save Forest Service and Soil Conservation bow resources, and to train for leadership Service. SI in conservation education programs. Staff personnel from these control, trout will be held For (  Gal%P'r Extension by Nedra Alltop Mrs. Core Alltop was released from the Calhoun General Hospital Saturday, May 15. However, she was re-admitted Thursday, May 20. Her condition hasn't improved much. Due to the heavy downpour of rain Saturday, May 15, Carolyn Turner. of Lockney. failed to see Winnie Cunningham's brake lights and an accident nccurred in Normantown May 15 about 4:30 p.m. No one was sri,tlslx, iniure.(t. Copies of Mr. Roy Conrad, of Perkins, was admitted to the Calhoun General Democrat Hospital May 14. He was released from Community 1 the Intensive Care Unit May 20, mers however, he is still not doing very well. Conrad's A retirement dinner was held Pioneer Thursday night, May 20, at the Go-Mart Normantown Elementary School hon- Bookstore rin, their retiring principal. James Sho(:k. Inc. SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY FRIDAY & SATURDAY CHICKEN STEAK or FRYING CHICKEN CHARCOAL STEAK $1 COOKED HAI LEG OR BREAST 5 QUARTERS 19/22 LB AVERAGE 5 " CUBE STEAK $1 SHANK HALF 99 ,, TOP ,o,,,,,, Pepperoni Sticks $1. BUTT HALF $1.09 ,, ROUND STEAK ,,o,,,.,,,o, WHOLE 99 " $1.49 ,. POLISH SAUSAGE SWIFT PREMIUM BUTT portion $1.07 ,. SPECIAL PRICES EFFECTIVE AT WIENERS 69" CENTER SLICED 51.49 ,, TROY STORE .... .... " " SHANK portion 97,,  HOURSIOIklTO8PH ''''  ---- --- BAR BE QUE SAUCE w,.,., '' "' 89 B,.,.,.... ..,..e.....,.....,,..o,cz. LMARSHMALLOWS  160, 9 -- -- 8 o.. ,,0, p_._._ __._._ ARMOUR UIAIU 311[K3 .,.,,.,A,,O. ..,,, ...A,,...., '' WHOLE POLISH "' SALAD DRESSING IVIENNA SAUSAGE .... DILLS  .o, 79 :.% $1.00 LIPTON . .o, 59  v,,,.,,  BETTER BURGER 3 U/T Itl flll/ HUmS FRENCH'S ,,o ,,,., _ Tv',,"o,'.,..,  KETCHUP MUSTARD .o, . 4 FOR | .iV 32 OZ "itS. FILBERTS I# p ALUM FOIL ? \\; ::11 75" ," $110,,O;T - " \\; " MARGARINE ,I PORK NBEANS 9 \\;t - - '"" '""' '"' .''" [  ]li %/. 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