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June 2, 1977

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10 The Glenvme Democrat/ Pathfinder June 2, 1977 I :.. ......   $  .",'' .:..:.,.... .:;.. !! Family Album I I Weekend guests at the O.N. Cutright home were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Hughes and son, Blake and a son. Danzell all of Valpariso, Ind.: a grandson. Randy Cutright of the U.S. Navy and a friend of Dayton O.: Miss Myra Bergs, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Peggs and two children of Parkers- ,burg: Mr. and Mrs. David Edwards of Revere: Mrs. Nine Marks and children and Mike Foster of Churchville and Inez Golden of Glen Burnie. Md. I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gainer of Newport News, Vs. visited Mrs. Dottie Gainer last weekend. Visiting at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Tom Gainer this week, were Mrs, Gainer's sisters. Mrs. Cecil Bland and her husband Roy and Miss Ruth Woofter all of Nutter Fort. and Mrs. Virginia Rafferty and her husband Dale of Akron, Ohio. "Progress, not Politics" Vote June 7th for PAT REALE for MAYOR If I'm elected I will repair the sidewalks and keep the tow-, cle;,n and in an orderly fashion. I will be strong on law and order. I will improve the town with available funds to keep from raising people's taxes. 'HaltER, GROSS TO bE hONOREd All Gilmer Countians are cordially invited to attend a reception honoring Dr. Thomas Heller and Dr. Thomas Gross and their families Sunday afternoon June 5, 1977, beginning at 2 p.m. in the conference room of the Gilmer County Health Center on Mineral Road. Dr. Heller and Dr. Gross have been the physicians at the Gilmer County Medical Center for the past two years. They will be leaving Glenville at the end of June to continue graduate medical training. Dr. Heller will be goir, to Iowa and Dr. Gross to Connecticut. They were in Gilmer County for two years through a program sponsored by the National Health Service Corps, which is a division of HEW. Arrangements for the reception have been made by the Gilmer County Medical Center Board of Directors. Members of the reception committee are: Mrs. Wilde Kuhl. Mrs. Lynn Clements, Mrs. Mary Susan Black, Mrs. Mildred Saul. Mrs. Elizabeth, Turner, Mrs. Carolyn Arnold. Miss Ermah Damewood. Dr. Byron Turner, Dr. Al Billips, Mr. John White and Mr. Billy B. Burke. Carter farm polici What are the Carter Administra- tion's and Congrsss's farm policies? What can agriculture expect in the new farm bill due for passage this year? These were among the topics discussed at a recent conference of County Farm Bureau Women's Committees held at Jackson's Mill. Rankin Lusby, editor of "North- east Agriculture" and "Farm Bureau Visit Sandy Greenlief Greenlief, Jackson's Luzader engaged Mill Mr. and Mrs. Ira J, Greenlief of by Rome A dkins 6606 Birch Rd. N.E. North Canton, Ohio 4-H Extension ,gent I am for progress at tee announce the engagement of their if you would like an interesting place aE daughter, Miss Sandra Joyce Greenlief ,to take your family or friends for an pace we can ord. ,0 Larry Dale Luzader. son of Mr and Mrs. Bill Luzader of Stouts Mill. outing or a picnic, consider Jackson's Mill in Weston. Jackson's Mill is more The bride-elect is a graduate of than the state 4-H camp. There are |ty Glen-Oak High School, Canton. Her many unique things to see and do while I will talk to the c 's fiance is employed by Four-D Manufacturing Co. enjoying the lovely environment n t mother nature has provided there. reside s and do the things A September 10 wedding will be A piece of the Civil War era can held in the Bethany United Methodist the malority wishes. Church in Canton, Ohio. be seen near one of the entrances to Jackson's Mill State 4-H Camp. It's the "Old Mill," now called Jackson's Mill  Museum, where young Stonewall Your support and votes Obituaries Jackson worked with his father. Most of the timbers of the Old Mill June 7th will be very much are 1837 vintage, but much of the d siding of the white structure was appreciate Mrs. HarveyL. Hevener !' replaced when the State became its Mrsl Vesta'Frahces F/evener. 87i ...... owner in 1921. P0fffical Adv paid for by Pat Reale. "-\\;- Ohio, died May 17 at 10 p.m, The last grain was ground there in after a long illness. 1892. Grist mill machinery now housed Mrs. Hevener was born at there was brought from the Vandalia, W.Va. The daughter of the surrounding area, A down saw mill late Alvoncie and Verdilla lane upstream from the building was FI   Morrison Warner and was married to brought from Pendleton County about Harvey Lewis Hevener of Roanoke, 30 years ago. W.Va. Mr. Hevener died Nov. 17, 1944. Nearby is McWhorter cabin, an $ '"  Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. authentic log structure furnished with Mable Miller, of Elyria, O. with whom artifacts from the 19th century. she had made her home the last 30 Jackson's Mill is officially listed in years; one son. Bernard Hevener of the National Register of Historic Perkins; 11 grandchildren: 30 great Places. Last Year visitors from over 30 ...... grandchildren and two great great states and seven foreign countries W. Va. Department of Highways grandchildren. One son, Hubert, died visited the museum. in 1956. Open daily from Memorial Day Funeral services were conducted through Labor Day. the museum is also Equipment Division, Buckhannon, W. Va. Friday May 20 at the Curtis-Scheufflar open by appointment during early funeral home with the Rev. G. Mae spring and fall months. Admission is SATURDAY, JUNE II, 1977 Booth officiating. Burial was in the free. Brookdale Cemetery. I0,00 A.M. DST .,.  "':aLl. I. When President Carter asked the 400 PIECES OF SURPLUS e Q UIPMENT INCI.UDING lm nation to"bite the bullet" into the energy., . facing UPhe was BUCKEYE DITCHING MACHINE I-ND8 ANGLE DOZER I-GRADALL shora.e, I-BACKHOE 1-03OM CAT WHEEL DOZER I-END LON)ER 2-1X)ZERS Seethe monument borrowing not from the land of quick 39-AUTObBILES 96-PICK UPS 8-JEEPS 23- DUMPS ioreyou__,buv, w. but from the land of the stiff, All prospective buylrs must reqister and qualify. To ,liy, . Check__ _ ..ur prices uppu li_,n the National Geo3a_hic o Soci,.ty says. That's what British deposit of $100 either in csoh, cashiers check or certifiod check 811KIWorKmansp. rail: "lry surgeons said in the =y.aa,,s must be postAd. Deposit to be applied to purchases. Refund of unu..d port,on or total deposit w11 be ned. when buy.r surf.riders BENNETT & SON befi,l'ethe last century.battlefield v-apainkillerSwrote enduring his taq. NO refunds made until after I:00 PM. Only qualified  ll;nn 66Th  buyers will be admitted to sale area. (Children, mechanics, part- .rs. etc.. must poet deposit., Prospective buyers may Pre-reqls- Jl0NI/JENt$ Lighl thatFailed" in 1861: "Bite on the tar. et the Equipment Division prior to the stele day. DislNm/Yardt4410IdihSt. bullet, old man, and d n't let them Gnmt=ville. W. Va. think you're afraid.'" 364-S162 STATION WAOON3 JEEPE CRANE BOOMS AUTOMOBILES TRACTOR MOORS SHOVEL FRONTS TRUCK TRACTOR 6 x  TRUCKS BACKHOE FOR SHOWF.L PICK UP TRUCKS AIR COMPPJ'SSOEC GARBAGE COMPACTORS  PLaN AHF..AD TRAILER DU:4P TRUCKS GRADERS PANEL TRUCKS CHIP SPREADERS TYPEWRITERS FLAT BED TRUCKS DUMP BODJE3 CALCULATORS .: 'r  STEAM CLEANE END LOADERS DESK ROLLERS JACK HA;R CHAIRS JUNE CLASS CREN CAB PICKUPS ,:I x a TRUC r;LDERS CRALER CRANE CDHCRETI. MIXERS VAN TRUCKS I POWER BRO0; FUEL ST')PAOE TA:[K,:; CONCRETE VIBRATOR U DOZERS CO.VEYOE CONCRETE SAW R "" -% 2 ) 1.,, LA,. MOWER T: c.. ARBOR. CUTTER .ARS Professional Hairdresser BUSES TIRES & TUBES Government Grants Are Available [ ,'00 .llgR3tg.. A dpoeit of ,1,000 .ltl'r in cat, ,or ce,t,,ied [ " G.l..sTMTandyouRVeteran Approvedmay. chock must I pootsd by the hlqh bidder. Personal chcks cannot be acc.pted. Payment of deposit must ls made on-the-spot. CEER A NATIoNALLY ACCREDITED BEAUTY SCHOOL ALL HEAVY EQUIPMENT WILL BE SOLD AT --00oo CLARKSBURG BEAUTY MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS One Way License Can Be Issued ACADEMY 339 W. Pike SL, Cladsburl[, W.Va. Ph. 624.6473 E.ipme.t Mox s, ,.,poc*sa o. Worki. 9 Day,, MAY 23 fhru JUNE 9th Free Information Between 8:00 A.M & 3:00 PM Closed fO prepare for loll, JUNE IOth TERMS:CASH AUCTIONEER $ TOM HENLINE NAME , , us.c. ,VA,,,c o. T.( NOU.OS ADDRESS . CITY ,STATE. ?K__ GILMER COUNTY'S WOMEN'S FARM Mrs. Bonnie Bush of Baldwin [center] took conference of County Farm Bureau Women'S Jackson's Mill. She is pictured with Mrs. Fanny Farm Bureau Women's chairman and Bill Bureau's Field Service Director. es discussed at bureau News"- iwo Farm Bureau publications - explained the new farm bill and other key legislative proposals in Washing- h)n. He pointed out the effect the legislation would have on agriculture and what Farm Bureau is doing in Washington to prelect the farmer's interests. Mrs. Bonnie M. Bush from the Gilmer County Farm Bureau Women's Clmmittee participated in the West Virginia Farm Bureau Women's Committee sponsored conference. The'qadies heard Joe Summers, instructor for the fire service extension, explain ways to protect their homes and farms from fire. Summers also demonstrated smoke detectors and explained what to look for in a smoke detector. Sargent Martin and Trooper Reinhart of on the in W.Va., ladies could do their homes Bill conducted a an active county Farm explained the Farm Bureau women total Farm The Gilmer women's Farm Bureau inwflved. If you member and more about the program mittee chairman' Speci at Bernies Thursday, & Buy a Big get your off 1 79 to Frametown [Braxton Co.] brfdge to site of sale. Sat. June 11 --10:00 a.m. Antiques and CollectlbleS 2 pc. mahoghany parlor set, love seat w/ seat, 3 pc. Hying room suite; lovely hall mirrow and claw feet; porch swing; rocker; hickory split botton wicker; arrow and many other stylish straight chairs; chair w/ cane bottom; black walnut walnut rope poster bed; walnut poster bed; bedroom suite; other bedroom suites; roll.away; very old chest; low boy; round oak dining and other tables; chestnut tables; writing, end and modern corner cupboard and china safe; large beveled mirror w/ frame; Cola clock; Edison cylinder phone; smoker; high buttoned shoes; horse board; wicker vase; wash bowl and mill; Franklin fire place; iron last; copper tea kettle; cast iron toys; brass' Items; daisy churn; Gem dandy churn; w/lid; dinner buckets; modern electric other items. Not Free Lemonade : Cash Owner: Gordon Long Autioneer: Robert J. Butcher