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8 The Ginville Demoerat/ Pathfinder June 2, 1977 Reale in Calhoun law practice Philip A. Reale. a native of (;lenville, who graduated from the C, dhe of Law of West Virginia I!niversitv at commencement exercises May 15. has j.ined Stanley D'Orazio in law t)ractive in Crantsville, tle is ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Reale and is married t the former Terry Smith. They are graduates of Clenville Stale College where both were very at:tire in campus affairs. Mrs. Reale has taught school in Preston Count v durin her husband's three years in law school, and has been employed to teach elemenlarv educatinn in Calhoun (qlntv durin the ccmi::., ,(q,,  1 var. Spencer Livestock sale prices I'!. f:,ll,win were prices at the May 20 Spencm I,ivostock sale. SI,AUCHTER HEWERS. ottt and choice. 700-1000 tbs.--$25,50-$28.25 SLAUGHTER COWS, commercial. $24-$25.75: u tilitv--$22.25-$23.50: bulls over 1000 1bs.-$32.90 VEAl,. chfice and prime. 190-225 I}m.-$37.50-$49.50 HOGS. U.S, 1-3. 190-240 1bs.-- ,$42.75: boars. 300-500 1bs.--$23-$26.25: pigs (by head). 20-40 lbs.--$17.50-$23.50 YEARI,INC STEERS. gored and clmice. 500-600 Ibs.-$41.50 STEER CA1A'ES. 300-400 lbs. {by head)-$135 HEIFER CALVES. cows and calves {hv head)-$225-$275: cows {by head}--S125-$180 BABY CALVES (by head). heef--$40-$45:dairv--$20-$26.50 Tip the world over on its side and everything loose will land in Los Angeles. Frank Lloyd Wright House for rent? Land for sale? Move it fast with a Democrat. Pathfinder Want.Ad. Low cost-- fast-action! Call 462-7309 to place your ad now. For the Love o: Benji heTowne Bookstore Glenville Graduation G Father's Day cards b gifts NEW To the Far Blue Mountains by Louis L'Amour Ph00,e Manor Grocery GLNVlLLz, WV EXTRA SPECIAL Remington 788 - 22-250 with 4X Tasco scope, $139.95 Ruger 77V - 220 Swift, 200th year of American Liberty, only 3 left, $209.95 Redfield lx - 4 plex scope, $79.95 Charles Daly 10X - 4 plex scope, $74.95 Leupold 3X9 variable duplex scope, $109.95 We nowcarry a quality line of work shoes at reasonable prices FRIENDS--Stacy Nelson, daughter of Arleta Nelson, coaxed this one-month-old goat from its hiding place when it visited the Glenville Child Care Center recently. Stacy and the other children at the center delighted in the goat's soft coat and mild manner, but their enthusiasm eventually caused him to seek refuge in the tall bushes. (photo by Chris Brown) People aren't alike. Neither are phones. Some phones save time, some save space. There are helpful phones. Practical phones. Even phones that decorate homes. Is one of the phones shown here just right for vr., ifot, remember, there are a lot more where these came from-your C&P Telephone busine office. Just give us a call for our flee catalog Homes & Phones'.' . A. Candlestick; one of many Design Line* phones to dress up any room. In styles from elegant to nostalgic. , -lB. Trimline** phones put all the controls in the palm of your hand. C. With Speakerp,ho, ne and its remote microphone, everybody s part of the conversa- tion. Even lets you talk when you've got a lot on your hands. D. At the touch of a single button, the Touch-a-matic** phone automatically dials the numbers you call most often. E. A built-in night-light makes the compact Princess** phone the perfect bedroom extension. Q All kinds of phones far all kinds ofpeopL ". @ C&p Tek00ahone q,Registered mark of American "l'elec.mnmnications Grporau,n. "Trademark of American Telephone and Telegraph Company. "*Registered mark of American Telephone and Telegraph Company. Tanner Strange things sometimes happen after church on Sunday night. This past Sunday night for instance, Mrs. Anna Robinson. Sandy Stalnaker and Anne Bee were mysteriously locked in Mrs. Robinson's cellar house. Since the cellar house locks from the outside, there really wasn't too much they could do except pound on the door and walls and yell. This went on for quite some time. to no avail. Finally one of them thought to call for Wyene Turner. So they raised the window and yelled like mad for Wyene. When she finally realized where they were, she came to their rescue. Vickie Grogg had a birthday party for her son Chris. last week, He received several gifts. Those present were Sandy Stalnaker. Felica and Misty; Helen Edman, Rick and Beth and Bill Collins and Buddy Ferguson. Lonnie took the kids for rides in the boat. Vickie and Helen went for a ride. then Sandy and Helen tried the boat out. All in all. it was a very enjoyable party. Mabel Wilt has a new companion. a brand spanking new all white kitten. Mr. B.F. Scott of Clarksburg. and Mrs. Mourene Snyder of Parkersburg were guests of the Leo Hogues Sunday. Mr. Scott is the uncle of Mrs. Hague and also the son of the late Roy. Scott. a former minister of the Tanner Church. Mrs. Snyder is also a niece of Mr. Scott. The Edman family had a cook-out Sunday May 22, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgle Edman. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John Edman and children Christie and Tommy. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Edman and children rich and Beth, MrSl Marilyn Sue Mr. the weekend of the NewbernS elder Hinzman'S Elinor Ada Riddle, Sunday panied by Lisa VirgJ Creek and is a GlenviUe area, Radcliff. fell week. She from old friendS The three "Nippy" Frymiar beavers, cutting Mt. Liberty would be nice hill could wait truck out of the up the hill and since the hill to turn Came other evening. banjo out on ready iust themselveS. Jim and Sunday Hogues; they kitten, or perhei swapped enjoyed seeing cats, too. Th, the Mt. Liberty nice. They have there. Someone Moore, McEIwee top Used ear for sale? Exeesl equipment? Call 462-7309 for information on our low-cost Classffed Ads. Yard Sale Gilmer County Dept. of Welfare 494 Walnut Street Friday June 3, 1977 from 9 to 4 o'clock Rain date, Monday, June 6 Money to be used for Camp for underprivileged children. We Have a Reputation to Uphold  I II Illlllll I ! . Free $100 Mdse. Gift Certificate No Purchase Necessary| I - Register at FACTORY OUTLET I GUYAN SEE WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER Come in and register - Let Guyan Factory Outlet ease your budget on footwear. SURPRISE YOURSELF Shop and compare, you will get a surprise of your life at the top QUALITY and LOWER PRICES We as a direct factory outlet have to offer no fancy frills lust HONT VALUE See Our Selection of New, Styles - Safety.toe Work Shes Come in today and register for our FREE Mdse. Certificate - a.d whil you are here COMPARE OUR MDSE. AND SAVE WE WANT YOU TO KNOW Who tie really are GUYAN FACTORY OUTLET 1 15 E. Main St. Glenville, W.Va. Tim Moore and Kevin McEIW Graduation mantown Tuedsay. June 7 the valedctoriaa is the Tim is the Jack Moore. He, county's Math of Gilmer the Golden Charleston. Ha career as a school coach. Kevin is the ! Ed McElwee. Hs horseshoe winner a doctor or Other class Georgeann Cain. Brenda Kathy Conrad, Fisher. Elbon James, Jenkins, Lnmm Darle Marsh. McNemar, Minney. Robert Kenny Charlia Turner. and class sponsor Q-I to a have eligible for the VA. I A - proatl are clothing