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10 The Gienville bemocrat.Pathfinder N by ~ene Hosue Mrs. Ether M~tl~td most of her children home for Mother's Day, those present were Mrs. Georgia Tkach and son Chuckle, Mrs. Mildred Riddle and daughters Pat anti Barbara, and Mrs. ~ue Spaur all of Tanner, Mrs. Lillian Csontoes of Richfield, Ohio, Mrs. Virginia Reed of Niagara Falls, New York. Grandchildren present were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Trent, Tom and Bob- by, Mrs. Donald Wright and children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc- Clellan and son, Miss Carol Lane, Mr. and Mrs. William Bosch of Cleveland. Mrs. Bosch is a daughter of Mrs. Georgia Tkach. Miss Irene Webster has just returned from several days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gainer of Parkersburg. There will be a gospel sing at the United Methodist Church of Tan- ner, the date, the third Saturday Booi Music Box Dancer-Frank Mills The Gambler- Kenny Rogers Village People VOTE FOR Your vote and support is greatly appreciated. (Paid For By Candidate) I evening in June. Everyone is welcome. Miss Lucille Stalnaker, our favorite First Grade Teacher, and by the way, I would like to add that my three grandchildren living in this area have had the privilege of having Lucille for their first grade teacher, has been in the United Hospital Center for a while undergoing tests and x-rays, as our little first grader told us, "to see what makes her so strong." Mabel Wilt, who had the bout with the chairs, and the chairs won, is feeling better and looking better after that nasty experience. The Jesse Marks had a family gathering at their home on Road Run, looked like the whole "tribe" were there. I guess you could say this was "Dog Day" in Tanner, everyone took their dog to get it shot, that is. The Mt. Liberty United Methodist Church will hold their annual Memorial Day Service the first Sunday in June, that is the 3rd. Sunday School will be at 10 a.m. There will be dinner on the ground, there will be a gospel sing at 1 p.m. The Christianaires from Birch River will be there, also the God's Word group from Parkersburg, they're also expecting the Melodaires from Calhoun County. Rev. Robert Engle and son will be guest speakers along with our own Rev. Manley Collins. Everyone will be welcome. We hope you will mark it on your calendar and plan to at- tend. Stevie Zinn spent the weekend with Grandpa and Grandma on Bennett & Son MONUMENTS b MARKERS Office end Display Yard 440 High Street Grsntsville, WV Also Inside Display on Rt. 5 Two M'ilee Above G rentsviile PO Box 2112 G rantsville Phone 364-|1U 1>4>4>4>4> 4b4~4~4> 41.4k4>41~ ~04~4~41~4~41 NEED A RIDE TO THE POLLS JUNE 5? Phone 462-5614 GREGORY as our Full-time MAYOR. (Paid for by Candidate) Open Thursday, May 31 - Saturday, June 2 8 AM - 12 Midnight Road Run last week. There was a meeting of the Friends" of the Library May 22 in the school cafeteria, and altho' there weren't too many people present, there were enough to keep things mov- ing, if not at a very fast pace. The next meeting will be June 1, same time, same place. The public is in- vited. The library is for the bet- termen of the community, and shouldn't be looked upon as a hin- drance. Mr. and Mrs. "Squeak" Robinson have been nearly down with back trouble, we hope they will soon be OK. We have been enjoying "liquid sunshine" the past few days, and it certainly has done wonders for the gardens. Bob-cats or "Catimounts" as the old timers called them were almost extinct in this area, but according to the noises we've been hearing, we have a pack of them now. There was one in the garden one day last week, but he didn't terry long after I went outside. License renewals mailed Department of Motor Vehicles Commissioner Virginia Roberts has announced that registration renewals for licenses that expire July 1 have been mailed to the owners. She urged owners to fill out the applications promptly and return them to the Department as soon as possible in order to beat the annual rush. Although most owners will get the renewal applications, persons who did not renew a license last year will not. These licenses may be renewed using the permanent registration card. By submitting the registration card with a copy of their 1978 personal property tax receipt and the proper fee, motorists may renew their registra- tion without the renewal applica- tion. Owners of class A cars and class G motorcycles and mopeds may renew their licenses at either the Charleston or Winfield DMV of- fices or their county sheriff's of- fice. Class A trucks may not be renewed at the sheriff's office until 198O. Commissioner Roberts urged motorists renewing their licenses by mail to send payment in the form of a check or money order to avoid sending cash if at all possi- ble. About 60,000 class A passenger vehicles and about 250,000 miscellaneous vehicles are due for renewal July 1, Gilmer County has 89 openings Summer work program for youth begins June 1 Gilmer County will have at least Slotting of 89 summer jobs for disadvantaged County in( young people beginning June 18 at Gle according to information received Board of this week from the Governor's Scenic Im Summer Youth program. The jobs 14 openings are funded as part of $6.7 million ty Corn= allocation from the U.S. Depart- scattered among ment of Labor and operated governmental through local units of government, To enroll in non-profit organizations and state terested agencies. Participants will be paid of 14 and $2.90 pet hour during the seven- local Job Service week program. N by The News Bird Mrs. Amy Smith has returned Mr. and Mrs. from a two weeks visit with her Jean Jones daughter Patricia and family at from Parkersbu Pinch. end with Marie Mr. and Mrs. Carolton Matheney Mr. and are spending a ten day vacation at Linda Cox the farm home on Rush Run. David CrouCh David Crouch is getting along Hospital on Th very well following a motor cycle We accident last week. He is now at Mrs. Eva Sp( the United Hospital Center in the death of Clarksburg. David will soon be Adams last home, but not able to be up and around. Cards and letters will help him a lot. His address is Troy WV 26443. David is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crouch. Little Susan Ervin, daughter of John and Sandy Ervin is getting better now and expected to leave the United Hospital soon. Susan is the granddaughter of the Clayton Bealls. Mr. and Mrs. Olen Radcliff have moved their trailer to Parkersburg and will be living there. Mrs. Nellie Ripley to her granddaU Thursday daughter of Mr. Barbarow. Mr. and M have home after hay in Florida. Mr. and visited in West Unio has been ill wish him a nd The first graders at Sand Fork Elementary School, under the direction of Joyce Marshall, presented a PTA program on Thursday, May 24. The students read three poems from their new reading series and illustrated one poem. They prepared posters and costumes and ended the program singing "The Three Little Bears." All 16 first graders helped prepare Fork PTA elects for the program a~ ticipated. New PTA of at the meeting They are: pre Snyder; vice-P Foster; treasurer, first PTA be held on the September. Grantsville Store 2 Free Hour Shows 8 Pack & Doposit 5 lb. Bag Foodland Instant S 10 Oz. ii