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L to celebrate Silver anniversary e 5, from 10:00 a.m. Louie G. Open house in 25th wedding daughters, Bar- and Candy for the Mrs. Frame is the former Augustine Frymier, daughter of Lovie and the late Clayton Frymier of Tanner. Mr. Frame is the son of Carl and Genive Whytsell. They were married in the Methodist Church at Superior, Ohio, by a Reverend Young. The Frames' daughter Barbara is each Citizen of Gilmer County who cast May 11. As a member of the Board of Education, be support, I hope to help upgrade our school tterment of our children. Robert E. Fox |||iD||ig|B|||D|||||||||| D FESTIVAL " STREET SQUARE DANCE June 4, 7:00 P,M. Grants.lie. WV do the calling and the Jones" will be : You all can do the figures in that Calhoun iIRilmlmOlliimiigiBimlimi PhN 4124992 TS DOZER SERVICE All Hydraulic Blade r 60000lle, W. V a. Phone 462-7438 Answers Your Power Company electric bill always higher than We have the same appli- meter accurately registers the by a particular individual or no relation to any other user 'ing electric bills with friends and may be no more helpful than grocery, clothing, gasoline, or any other household bills. ,Cause two families are seldom age, needs, and living habits. larger the family, the more elec. and living habits and needs bt age levels. le types of appliances and how used may have more effect on bill than the number of appli- efficiency of these appliances With design and age. tson for varied use of electricity the home, its age, type of con. YPe of heating system and the YPe of insulation. Dela Power has several con- called "Reddy Facts" which Ps on how to reduce your elec- obtain a copy of any of offices or by writing to Department, P.O. Box West Virginia 26554. qela Power Part of the Allegheny Power System 1376 Mr. and Mrs. Lonie G. Frame at home; Diane lives in Alexandria, Vs., and works for the Department of Agriculture in Washington. Their son, Sgt. lohnnie L. Frame, USMC, is presently stationed on Okinawa. His wife and daughter Tiffeny are living during his tour of duty in Dinuha, Calif. For several years, the Frames lived in Alexandria, Va. Recently, they have built a home on Bull Fork of ROCKY FORK NEWS Hazel Flint Visiting Mrs. Hazel Flint over the weekend were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mick and children, Steve, Wayne and Kevin of Zelienople, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bailey of Bristol, W. Vs.; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Grimes and son Carl of Bristol, W. Vs.; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Collins and children, Mark, Daniel, Bessie, Brad, Darrell and Brian of Rocky Fork: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shackleford of Weston; Mrs. Stadia June 3, 1976 The Glenviile I)emocrat/Pathfind,=r 9 Copies of each week's Gienville Democrat are available at Community Super Market, Sum- mers Pharmacy, The Grill, BERNIES RESTAURANT Try A Big Berrie" Double Decker Conrad's Motel, GSC Bookstore, Pioneer. Grocery, Superette, Go-Mart Food Store, The Towne Bookstore, and Gilmer Graphics, Inc. |l|aallUllllglellllilDlalUaaaallllnlall| : T.V. ICE :, .; o.,o. oo,,o,,. _...,,v ..,o..o .,,.... . Lowther and son, Kenneth and Emma of Jane Lew. : Antenna Boosters Installed And Repaired : " - - o,o,,ow. - Mrs. Flint and members of II Estima` Sutton Electronics Call Collect . Blackburn Church have been practi- : Main Street - Sutton - Phone 765-5782 : cing songs for the Rocky Fork homecoming on the fourth Sunday in iOimaaaaalllinHDHiillnilliilllltDIl-i--i July. Mrs. Flints granddaughter, Rhon- da Heater. is sick this week. THE TOWNE BOOKSTORE Books Galore!! NewTitles Every Week Cards and Party Goods for Every Occasion. The Blackburn homecoming is the third Sunday in August. Tanner where the celebration will be Also visiting Mrs. Flint was Mr. Hours Men. - Fri., 9 - 7 . held. He is employed by the Dave and Mrs. Russell Grimes, Jr. and son Su"() 9"." 1  so Glenvllle Heater Construction Co She is Matthew of Basil Addition of employed by McCoys, " Inc., at Clarksburg, W. Va. and Debbie Grimes - : Smithville. of Bristol, W. Vs. .,... 11 . . . ,.-.-.-.-.,-.-,,,-.-.-,,,-..-,.- -..- - -,.-,.,-,,- I I Bicentennial Pilgrimage wagon train in STORE HOURS l | Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday -- 9 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to 1 p.m. Make Poppa proud on Father's Day. Give him a gift from our thousands of items from guns  boats to tools  coats, Phone 462-7939 -- 462-8483 -- , A uthorized ! 1 I Sears [ CATALOG SALES MERCHANT .......... ! I OWNED AND OPERATED BY JANET DEAL 'mll in m mnlmlmli mmillilliim m ........ . ...... . .......... "%".%%%%%%%% Ravenswood June 5 Ravenswood Mayor Burl M. Bicentennial Committee, in conjunction Chambers has proclaimed Saturday, with the West Virginia Bicentennial June 5, as 'Bicentennial Celebration Commission. There will be no Day.' The wagons of the Bicentennial admission charge. Pilgrimage to Pennsylvania will be Activities at the park will begin at arriving in Ravenswood that day and 12 noon. There will be an Arts and will camp overnight at Washington Craft Show, music by the Care Gospel Lands Park, Route 2 South. The Singers, Barbershop Quartet and the pilgrimage will end at Valley Forge, Pa. Ravenswood Dulcimer Group. - July 4, 1976. Food will be available from The Wagon Train visit is concession stands located on the sponsored by the Ravenswood grounds. We can build you Baldwin 4-H report on recent events a home The Baldwin Merrymakers 4-H forher birthday, thatwon't Club met for their regular monthly Other activities the club has been ----; vste meeting Ma 24,,at,,the eommc--.--t,-. =,",7: istrib- any--one building. ,.m tin R Easter baskets to neighborhood S energy. Among other business, the club senior citizens, having a skating party voted to have a rummage sale in June. and participating in "Fun Day". Jeff Bailey presented the project Fun Day was held May 22. Those reports on tractors, West Virginia receiving ribbons from the club were: rUUr--'"-'. Trees and Plan, Plant, Clean and Build Jack Hinzman, third place in the sack Projects Books. A motion was made to race; Mark Villers, second place in the When we build you a home, we can handle the planning, have a clean-up and cookout June 7 at softball throw and third place in the 70 6 p.m. The club also presented their yard dash, and Elizabeth Marks, third budgeting, designing, scheduling. Any of the phases of project leader, Mrs. Jimmie Skinner with roses place in the 50 yard dash. management you haven't the time or desire to tackle. Which means you won't 5ave to waste your energy. WV Breeders meet at Jackson's Hill The West Virginia Breeders' Association met at Jackson's Mill recently for their annual meeting. Ruth Butler, Huntington, was elected president for the coming year. Kenneth Hall, Camden, was elected vice- president and Quellen M. Keith, Spencer, re-elected secretary-treasur- er. Plans were discussed for the joint Senior-Junior Field Day July 3 at the Butler Hereford Farm in Gallipolis, Ohio. The Annual Fall Show and Sale will be held October 30, and the 43rd Annual Spring Show and Sale will be April 2, 1977. Both events will be held at Jackson's Mill. Other scheduled events include a Food and Agriculture Conference Hereford Display in September and a Beef Cattle Short Course in January, 1977. The nearly 200-member Associa- tion provides a quarterly newsletter to breeders and commercial cattlemen, awards for several shows, and is active in promoting and improving Herefords throughout West Virginia. ,i I FARM FOR SALE in Barbour County Bids will be received for the purpose of selling the Monongahela Power Company property, known as the R.O. Ritter farm, north of Hall in Union District of Barbour County. It is located on secondary Ba)ute 13/1 about one mile east of the Barbour-Upshur County line on the waters of the Buckhannon River at the mouth of Pecks Run. The property contains 195 acres, more or less (surface only), and would be ideal for farming or cattle grazing. It consists of approximately 50 acres of good bottom land, a 20-acre hill meadow, 35 acres of woodland, and 90 acres of pasture land ranging from steep to rolling. The land fronts approximately 4,065 feet on the Buekhannon River on the east and is crossed by the B & O Railroad. An old, two story frame house and shed are situated on the property. Further Information and an appointment/or inspection can be obtained by calling A.R. Allen in Clarksburg. Telephone 6Z4-132L Sealed bids for this property will be received through July 15, 1976 at the address below. The company reserves the right to reject any or all bids. A. II. Allen, Itivisie= Ilmqer Meueqmhek Power Compaq Box 2410,Churkslmrg,WV 26301 I i i ii i ii i ]LJI I II II I ii [ ii I Ours. And we won't waste our energy because we build with USCO building systems, which are pre-deslgned and engineered to arrive at the Job site ready for quick, efficient, accurate erection. Which also means you won't waste any money. Or the world's. We won't waste the world's energy either, because USCO's floor, roof and wall systems are designed to provide the best of all possible insulation seals against outside heat and cold. When we buiid you a USCO building, we don't waste much of anything. And In this day and age, that's something. If you're ready to build, give us a call. OCEAPIAIRE Several of UgCO's modular floor plans are approved for financing under the Farmers Home Administration. Grantsville Mobile Homes at. sis Box -B Glenville Road Grantsville, WV 147 Phone 354-6083 i