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by Wmma and Mary of Troy was rushed by Hospital. and Mrs. Linn were Friday. While Senior Citizen LEGAL NOTICES Of Linn is home the Veterans Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Alfred of Southington, Ohio spent a few days here visiting due to the illness of their uncle, Robert S. Lamb of Weston. They also visited with her sister, Reta Myers of Weston. Lela Moneypenny of Linn, Margaret Gaff and Oleva Alfred remained here with her sister Flora Varner of Troy and Sarrah Lamb of Alum Bridge due to the illness of their brother, Robert S. Lamb. MOTORS IIENCED" CARS SAND FORK A.M. TILL 6 P.M. Miles, Std.........aee....e.Sl,995 29,000 Miles, Std.........'l,995  MEles, Std...........'1,195" Custom, ,,,,.,.,. Sq irtat00 m mammeEemoeaoamemeo, iv .lelllllll.llllllil.llllOl.  2 Speed Tm0,,,,,,,,,,,,,S o $ ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 496 3,000 Miles ..............'196 Ir ................................'1 v49S  ==co PS, PW, CC, , :..................................... 19S AUto, PS, PB, Air, ,.,.,,...,,,.,,,,,.,.,.,,,,,,...,,,,,.,S 00 ;OING TO GET SKINNED US A CHANCE TO DO ITT" msed in the May II Primary, I wish to thanks for the support given me by the Gilmer County. meeting with each of you in the coming advice and opinions concerning the vital Is all as West Virginlans. Rouald J. Gregory for House.of Delegates IDIDDHDIDIIIIDiID| , V. SERVICE i CLIP & SAVE   EJ $2. On Any TV Service Work  : s Installed And Repaired | Out Of Town = Electr,,n,cs c.,,co,=, Sutton Phone 765-5782 = " II llilllBBnilllil MONEY? FOR FAST L LOANS=. credit is good and you have a IYcheck, you qualify for a'per- kn" Apply in the morning and pick check the same day. If you have Iroblems and we don't know you, trill give you the fastest service in like Our low bank rates, tool u,!o, 61envtlle Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Burkham- mer of Levittsburg, Ohio, spent the week with his mother, Hazel Burkhammer of Linn. Eugene and Hazel Burkhammer and Lela Moneypenny were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Myers and family and Mrs. Dewey Moody a patient in the Stonewall Jackson Hospital. Saturday. Mrs. Harold Scott, Mary Ellen Scott, David Scott and Hazel Burkhammer were in Clarksburg Wednesday for dental appointments. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Suttle and daughter of Weston were visiting her mother, Mrs. Warder Lowther of Linn, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James Smarr attended the dinner and sing at the Baptist Shelter on Gee Lick, Saturday evening. Mr. Smarr is with Mr. Gunn's quartet of Price Town. Sue Osborne, Joyce Crislip, Lela Moneypenny and Beulah Scott were shopping in Glenville the past week. Mrs. Blanch Day from Clarksburg and her sister, Mrs. Warder Lowther of Linn went to Wellsburg, W. Va. to spend a few days with a sister, Mrs. Ina Hardman. Recent visitors, with Hazel Burkhammer and Grandma Powell of Linn were, Mr. and Mrs, Russell McCarty and son, Jerry, of Volga, W. Va., Pansey and Johnie McCarty of Clarksburg and Ada Radcliff of Coning's. Grandma Powell has been very ill for several months Several people from Troy and Linn Mr. and Mrs. Duane Burton. and Gary Burton of Parkersburg visited their parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fleherty last Sunda/. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Barbarow and family at Ripley and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ruppert and boys spent last weekend with their mother, Mrs. Nellie Barbarow on Little Cove. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hinter were Miss Linda Cox; Beth and Brenda Beech and girl friend from Avon Lake, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hinter and Jackie, Tena and Brenda Montgomery: and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jones. Mr. Fred Beech and daughter of Avon Lake, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Avon Cox of Parkersburg were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cox. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Gaines and family and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Gaines and son of Lost Creek were weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Gaines. Copies of each week's Glenville Democrat are available at Community Super Market, Sum- mars Pharmacy, The Grill, Conrad's Motel, GSC Bookstore, Pioneer Grocery, Superette, Go-Mart Food Store, The Towne Bookstore, and Gflmer Graphics, Inc. attended the sing at the recreation center last Saturday, May 8, Mrs. Archie Burkhammer and son, Dallas. and family of Fraziers Ill[ MAZDA Bottom. W. Va. spent the weekend with her sisters. Mrs. Maxine Bennett and family of Baldwin and Miss Lela Moneypenny of Linn. MIZER Mr. Carleton Means of Troy was A m J m kqmv. shopping in Weston, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Radcliff spent the weekend in Akron, Ohio. visiting their daughter Manda and family. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Adams and family of Mt. Morris, Pa. spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Astor Burton. Mr. and Mrs. James Matthew, Mr. and Mrs. Rymer Matthew and Kelly, and Margaret Radcliff traveled to New Philadelphia. Ohio, last Sunday to decorate the graves of Mr. and Mrs. Asa Matthew and Argle. Mrs. Shoda Radcliff visited her sister, Mrs. Floda Chaney, at the Burkhammer Nursing Home last Sunday evening. r J&. O Wat' James Arthos White, 63, of Chapel died at 4:55 p.m., Friday, May 14, in a Westnn Hospital, following a long illIS8. Bern December 7, 1912 at Knapp, Braxton County, he was a son of the late Ira and Ads Karickhoff White. He never married. He is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Rosa Reed, Normantown; Mrs. Frena James of Baldwin, and Pearl White, of Charleston. Seven brothers and two sisters preceded him in death. He attended the Otterbein EbB Church at Chapel. Funeral services were held Monday, May 17 at 2 p.m. at the Bender Run Baptist Church with Rev. Rodney C. Minney officiating. Burial was in the Karickhoff Cemetery. Spurgeon Mortuary, Glenvllle assisted the family with the arrangements. Mrs. elba L. Iron Mrs. Olga L James. 80, of Normantown, Gilmer County, died Tuesday,' May 11, at her home following an extended illness. She was born in Gilmer County, August 29, 1895, a daughter of the late Francis and Margaret Ross Kennedy. Her husband, Frank James, preceded her in death in 1968. Surviving are two sons, Ewing James, Lockney and Jack James, Normantown; five daughters, Mrs. Mary Wilmoth and Mrs. Ruth Turner, both of Normantown, Mrs. Bess Norman, Parkersburg, Mrs. Frances Chadwell, North Ridgeville, Ohio, Mrs. Joan Huff, Glenville; two brothers, Ferrell Kennedy, Cedarville, Rev. Fell Kennedy, Sutton: one sister, Mrs. Blanche Sout, Normantown: 11 grandchildren and three great-grand- children. Three sisters and two brm rs preceded her in death. Mrs. James was a member of the Steer Run Baptist Church at Normantown. Before you buy, Check our Prices and Workmanship BENNETT 8, SON MONUMENTS Display Yard at 440 High St GrantsviilL W. V 42 ,-. hghway 3200.. city ion00s2S95 * -. j.:..o :=.. o ;...:;......:,,o;. 1710 14tb ST., PARKERSBURG Authorized Volkswagen-Volvo Mazda-Dealer Mrs. Irene llogue was called to Clarksburg last Friday due to the death of her aunt, Mrs. B. F. Scott, instead of her sister as was previously reported Mrs. Scott was the daughter-in-law of Rev. W. H. Scott, one of the earliest ministers of the United Methodist Church of Tanner. Mrs. Maxine Miller, of Carrollten, Ohio, sister of Mrs. Irene Hague, will be a visitor in the Hague home for a couple of weeks. We wish to welcome home Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Frymier, after their extended stay "in the hospital. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Bubble Ferguson on the birth of their second son, Jason Glen, born May 19, Mr. s. Smith and May 27, 1976 The Glenvflle Democrat/PatMInder I by ]udy Cain daughter, Tami were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H, B. Cain, of Tanner. Mr. CLark Gaff, who passed away last week. will be sadly missed by relatives and friends. LEGAL NO'FI(]E OF STATE PURCHAS|NG The State of West Virginia Purchasing Division will accept sealed bids until June 10. 1976 at 1:30 P,M. on File 23 for Glenville State College on Re(pL N 328 for: 75 Band Uniforms per secs, DO bid will be considered unless sbmitted on forms prescribed by and available from the Purchasing Division. Department of Finance a Adminisratinn. Room W-130. Capitol Building, Charleston. West Virginia. HEN E. RUBRECHT, DIR'-'TOR Ghnville Variety Shop HOBBLES ORIGINAL PAINTINGS CRAFTS  GROCERIES GASOLINE GREEHWARE We Now Have Unleaded Gas! NANOMADE NECKLACES 907 N. Lewis St., Glenville, W.V,. 462.863S PLAN AHEAD ENROLL NOW For , JUNE CLASSES Gradual.e as a Profess,onal Hairdresser "Stadoat Loans or Terms Available" "G.I. and Veteran Approved" CLARKSBURG BEAUTY ACADEMY 339 W. Pike St., Clarksburg, W.Va. Free Information: Phone 624-6473 Nme ......... .... .,....... ..... ..0 .......... .o.. Address .............................................. City ...... .... State ......................... Ph ......... We're starting our summer celebration right now- with special prices on many new MF units. LOOK AT THESE BIG SAVINGS: MF11 MF 230 Tractor ................. SAVE '3OO m MF 235 Tractor ................. SAVE '300  MF 255 Tractor ................. SAVE '300 m MF 265 Tractor ................. SAVE 0300 oo MF 275 Tractor ................. SAVE '*300 m MF 11 Wheel Loader ........... SAVE 01OO0 N MF 200 Crawler Dozer ........... SAVE 6OO  MF 40 Forklift .................. SAVE 'bOO m MF 50A Backhoe Loader ....... SAVE sIOOO  Come in soon and check out all the savings during this special sale/ MT. NEBO 00TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO., INC. , Mr. NEBO, WEST VIRGINIA 872=3141