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l r 4 The GlenvDle Democrat/Pathfinder June 3, 1976 00Exldbit riles and premium list posted l r i 00for Strawberry Festival The exhibit rules and premmm list for those persons exhibiting strawber- ries at the Strawberry Festival on June 4th and 5th was released recently by Steve Smith, Upshur County Agent. Smith stated that exhibits must be in by noon oniday and by 10:00 a.m. on Saturdaythe Upshqr County Court House Plta. All exhibits must be made in the special 2 gallon cartons {available at the exhibit tent} and produced by the exhibitor. Growers with 1,000 or more plants in production are eligible to exhibit in the Large Grower and Commericial classes on Friday and Variety exhibits on , Saturday. &apos;: Classes held on Friday, June 4th, are: {1} the argo Grower exh+bit of 48 quarts consisting of one or two [ [11 . [ i i varieties. Prize money awarded is: first - $50. second - $30 and third - $20; (2} Commercial exhibit which consists of 24 quarts of one variety and the premiums are: $25, $20. $15, $10 and $5. The (3) 4-H and (4) FFA exhibits only require 4 quarts. Prize money awarded for each of these classes is: $25, $20, $17, $10 and $10. The {5} Small Grower exhibit on Friday is for those persons having less than I,OOO plants. Premiums slated for these 4 quart exhibits are: $10, $8, $5 and $2. F ! On Saturday the Variety exhibits are open to producers having 1,000 or more plants according to Smith. Each variety will be judged separately with the Sweepstakes Award chosen from any of the varieties. The Sweepstakes prize is $50 and the prize for each LADLES SHOE SPECIAL ..::::..%...::.:.:.''-:.:.:.:.,.;:.....;%%........%..-...%-...-. • ;%%.'..  %%%%? .%%*:%%:,%%%%%'.%?.%'.%%*" * "" " "° * • • • " • " "° .*.-,.,..o*...-.., ....... ,:.,," .... • ,: ....... ... ......... %-.%..,%....%....%....-;,%:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.......-/o......,...:.,.:.: ........ @.%'./.::..!:'i:,.-.'.:.:... ......... ............-.......-...............-... .......... -.........:-....,... DRESS SHOES Stock Numtmrs 34, 3474, 34 R. $9.95 .ow $7.76 LADLES CLOGS Stock #3480 through # Nowat $2.76, pair Not all sizes available in these. variety exhibited is: $14, $12, $8, and $5. Prizes are also given for the oldest person personally bringing berries to exhibit and also the exhibitor traveling the fartherest distance. The exhibit berries will be auctioned on the Court House Plaza at 4:00 p.m. on Friday the 4th and 1:00 p.m. on Saturday. Scouter's to be honored at recognition dinner The Central West Virginia Council Boy Scouts of America will honor Adult Volunteers and Organizations who have given exceptional service to youth in our area through the Cub, Scouting, and Exploring Programs, June 8, at 6:30 P.M. at the Sheraton Inn in Clarksburg. All volunteers in the Cubbing, Scouting, and Exploring Youth Movements are urged to attend the Dinner to recognize the contributions of their co-workers. Reservations for the Recognition Dinner can be made by ca]ling the Council Office at 623-3379 no later than Friday, June 4, 1076. mat ii i i ii mlq ! Home Improvement Corp. i | Burnsville I | Glenville Residents Cali _B i 462-8186 II ,.,J ,.,, ,... o °... °. o °. ° ,... ° • °.. ° • • • o., •. •..o. ° •. • .° o • ° °-.-.*,*.o°-°-.O,-o-°-°-.-.-°%Oo-°O.-.-,-,%-,-.-.%, • . • ° •. • • • ° ..%%*°%%,**.**,.,,. • • ,°*., • %%%° • • •, • •. • •.,.. o • • • • ° •. • .. °, • • • • • •,,. °..,°...,. ::::..k::.:::::::::::.:.:%..:.:%..:.:.:::::::::::.::::::.:.:::.:::::::::::::::..:::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:......::::::::.::::.i:::::::::::::::::: GUYAN FACTORY OUTLET I "" "'"" '<"' <' -.,_, ,_,,F,,. ,,. ,,.,,. i ..i.qid clip & save i DORSET TOURS, INC. [Since 1939] | [-7 AMERICAN AGE TOUR - VISIT ALL NEW ENGLAND STATES, during Bicentennial. June 12-15. $595 F-It%HW,-ENGLAND - CAPE COD in FALL FOLIAGE SEASON; Includes aH NEW ENGLAND Go West - Traveler! - THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST TOUR; cross central U.S. and AMERICAN ROCJ(3ES to San Francisco, travel the famous Redwood Highway; Portland, Seattle; Victoria,. Vancouver, Banff, Lake Louise; cross Canadian ROCKIES - Winnepeg; Chicago, WV ]-,me 24 - July 24. $1198 - WESTERN NATIONAL PARKS TOUR - Visit 7 NATIONAL PARKS, Grand Canyon, Bryce, Zion, Petrified Forest, Mt. Rushmore, Grand Tetone, Yellowstone; cities, plains, desert. July 10-29. $795 PA DUTCH - FALL FOLIAGE SEASON - Sept. 27 - Oct. 1; Lancaster and York, Pa; Gettysburg, Cacapen State Park, Blaclcwater Falls. $198 F1RKADING, PA. SHOPPING SPR]! Fed] Foliage, too. Visit over 198 factory outlet shops; Blactwator Falls. Oct. 12-16. $175 - HAWAII - Our 20th ANNUAL tour, visiting ALL 4 ISLANDS - 2 weeks, July 31 - Aug. 15. Round trip Right from Charleston, WV on American and Northwest Orient Airlines; a few meals and 7 outstanding sightseeing tours. $1049 - 2 weeks. CRUISES - THE DELTA QUEEN, Clnclnnatl to Pittsbur 8, Aug. 23-27, ports of call enroute. $295 up. BERMUDA, a 6-day cruise on "IS MARDI GRAS Oct. 12-16, from Norfolk. AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, Round trip from Hawaii, Nov. 1 - Dec. 8. Free ght to West Coast. Enjoy their spring season. QUEEN ELIZABETH H the GREATEST SHIP IN THE WORLD, on her 2nd AROUND THE r WO CRUISE, beginning Jan. 7 for 81 days. Take all [$10,000 to $15,000] or short segment of it, 12 to 21 days, $1100 up. Itinerary ready soon. Inquire about bargain cruise to Europe in June. SHORT 'WEEKEND TOURS --].CINCINNATI REDS, CINCINNATI- club box seats reserved for May 29-30 [sold out], July 3-4 [few seats yet available], Sept. 18-19, Oct. 2-3. Hotel Netherland Hilton for each Sat. nit. ss {--]GRAND O1 OPRY - Reserved seats and Opryland tickets for July 2-3-4 & Sept. 10-11-12; celebrate US BIRTHDAY Country.Music wayl Nov. 6-7. $76 to $99 -I THEATER TOURS: Wilderness Road, Berea, Ky. Stephen Foster Story, Bardstown, Ky. Trumpet in the Land, New Philadelphia, Ohio. Write for dates, prices,. - NEW YORK CITY, Sept. 24-25-26, week-end via plane, from Charleston Let us plan YOUR vacation for '76; over 50,000 other travelers have, since 1939. Call or write - DORSEY TOURS, INC. 504 Elizabeth Avenue, So. Charleston, WV 2S303 [304] 744-5659 Name ........... ..................... : Address ............................... City- State ............................ Interested in .......................... " W.B.Summers promoted at Dowell W.B. Summers, district main- tenance engineer at Glenville, West Virginia, has been promoted to Regional equipment and maintenance manager and will relocate at Columbus, Ohio. Summers, a native of Glenville. joined Dowell in December 1956, as a mechanic. In 1961, he was promoted to shop superintendent, and in Septem- ber 1971, was promoted to his present position of district maintenance engineer. GLENVI PHONE 462.5272 We feature a Summer Daily Businessmen's Man. thru Sat. Sun. thru Thurs. dosed Fri. and Sat. Close We serve Homemade IMPACT! NewspapIr advertising has a way of getting around & staying around ...repeating a good irformance. Other advertising metgel seem to disappear in air, & do, but news- paper advertising is thera . . . as often as you want iH The Glenville Democrat and Pafinder THE IDEAL GIFT. A subscflp- tion to the Hometown Newspaper - The Glenville Democrat and The Glenville Pathfinder. PUBLIC S Starting t 11:00 ANTIQUES -- 4-piece parlor set, chair table, light, glassware (Carnival, Depression, Ruby, Cobalt,: stone jars, lantern, clock, cowbells, butter mould, cans, account register, baby cradle, spinning wheel, Couch, chairs, rocking chairs, T. V., dressing cabinet, bed and dresser, stove, dishes, knick bathroom organizer, towel pole, shower stall, quilts, washer, glider, swing, tool cabinet, air tractor {electric start w/attachments. 1963 Scamp TERMS: CASH OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS LUNCH WILL BE SERVED Auctioneer: Ed Owner: Mr. f Mrs. 5th Annual Bluegrass Fes t/val LITTLE HOCKING, OHIO Eight Milcs West o# Porkcrsburg, West Virginia On Route 555 Oft Routes 7 and S0 JUNE Ilth-12th-13th. Jimmy Martin The Written Bro. The Gains Broa. The O=borne Bro. Hocking Valley Boys Me c The The The The Featurin the best in Bluegrass Music AND 0 THERS ADMISSII)N 0010.00 for ALL THREE SHOW BEGINS FRI. 5;OOPM- SAT. and SUN. IO:OOA.M. Plenty of Free Camping Good Food Postively no pets ol lowed IN FOR DD/TION L INFORMATION WRITE OR CLL RUSSELL WLTON-BOX8SA L ITTLE HOCKING, OHIO 457420R C4LL (614) 9a9 -2310