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6 The GlenvWe Democrat/Pathfinder June I0, 1976 by Thelma Shackleford The following were holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Ellyson: Yvonne Ellyson, sons Kevin and Don of North Canton, Ohio: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ellyson and children of Akron. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ellyson of Williamstown, W.Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Wade Adams and Donna of Harrisvflle, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Shackle- ford, sons Lee, Jamie and Adam of Hundred and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shackleford and Mike of West Milford were weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shackleforck Holiday guests of Rema Burton were: Mr. and Mrs. Bud Burton and son of Weston: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langford and Jeff of PainsviUe, Ohio: Jim and Joe Cox of Orville. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Greenlief and son of New Milton; Randy Mowyers of Troy; Gary Greenleaf of Conings: Mr. and Mrs. Rnn Burton and Toby: Milton Willis and Mr. and Mrs. Junior Burton and children all of Cox's Mills. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peggs over the holidays were: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gray and daughter Kim of Virrinia, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pernell and Harvey and Mr. Taft Peggs. The following were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Racy Emerson over Memorial weekend; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Langford of Lorraine, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Reaser and son of Washington, PA, and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Langford and Tina of North Ridgeville, Ohio. Mrs. Glennis Townsend is a patient in the Stonewall Jackson hospital at Weston. Hayward Childers of Elizabeth. W.Va. is a patient in the Camden Clark hospital at Parkersburg, where he underwent surgery. He is to be released from the hospital soon. Mr. and Mrs. Childers were former residents of Cox's Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Powell of Parkersburg, and Gall Powell and ElLen Emerson of Clarksburg. were camoinr near Cox's Mills at the old home of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hinzman. Clarence and Betty lean Mathess. Brian and lamie of Washingt,n. W.Va.. Edsel and Barbara Talbott and two sons of Washington. W.Va.. Carol Harshbarger and her husband, and son, Jason of Parkershurg, anti Mr. amt Mrs. Guy Kirkpatrick and children of Ashland. Ohio. were visiting relatives and friends over the holidays. They also spent some time at their old home on Buckhorn. Betty lean, Barbara, Carol and Guy are children of the late Everett and Lizzie Kirkpatrick of Cox's Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Granville Ables. Mr. and Mrs. Star and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ables, children and zr,nd - children of Ravenna, Ohio, spent the weekend camping at Alice, W.Va., along Leading Creek. They are former residents of Gilmer County. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Matheny of Chillicotha. Ohio were visiting Nellie Allman over Memorial weekend. Mrs. Matheny is the former Mary Erwin, sister of Nellie. Mrs. Ressie Britton of Auburn, W.Va., was visiting her sister, Ruby Rohbough. of Cox's Mills on Sunday. May 30. Holiday guests of Mary Tallhamer were; Charles Landers and two sons of Akron, Ohio, Nell Summers, Willie Summers, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Ohrian and 3 chihtren, Ellvria, Ohio. Russell l,anders and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Burkhamer. lna, Eddie, Buddy and Mark all of Cox's Mills. Memorial holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Adams were; Mr. and Mrs. Robert RadaboughofEllvria, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Radabough, Tanya and Tammy, of Grafton, Ohio, Willis Keister. Akron, Ohio, Maxine Elder, Alan. Kevin and Pare of Parkersburg, W.Va., Mr. and Mrs. Glendal Adams of Chesapeake, W.Va., Mr. and Mrs. lunior Grimes, left and Mike of Bridgeport. W.Va., Claud Adams of Linn, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Adams and Donna of Harrisville, W.Va., Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Adams, Beverly and Beth of Washington, W.Va., Mr. and Mrs. lack Adams of Parkersburg, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hatfield, Lois, Sharon and Dennis of Parkersburg, Mrs. Jay Langford, North Ridgeville. Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Glennard Adams of Cox's Mills, Mrs. Barbara Belle and Jennifer of Pittyville, W.Va., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Adams and Eric of Martinsville, W.Va., Mr. and Mrs. Marion Adams of Salem. W.Va.. Mr. and Mrs, Russell Glenn Greenlief, Melissa and Rusty of Harrisville, W.Va., Mr. and Mrs. Randall Haugh, Lisa, Angela and Kimberly of Becklev, Mrs. Glenna Warner of Harrisville, W.Va., tterbert Waggoner of Ohio. and Mrs. ]anetle Joy and Karen of Cox's Mills. Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Doy Wright were: Mr. and Mrs. William Fieldman, Joyce and Tim of Canton, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Carl McLain of Burke, Va.. Mrsl Helen Blackshire of Charleston. Janet Erikson and Mr. Mack Pfile from Canton, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. William Klotz, from Mesa, Arizona, were visiting Kay Wilson. They were accompanied by Henrietta Fortney and her grand- daughter, Shelley Teets, also Miss Edna Hess. This was the Klotz's first visit back to West Virginia in 26 years. Alma Gainer returned home Saturday for two weeks. She will be visiting her brother, Sam Frymier of Laurel. The community wishes "Buck" Robinson a speedy recovery. Congratulations to Sherri Moss t .t1: .It ,: FRYING CHICKEN CHICKEN THIGHS SPECIALS---THURSDA OR WHOLE LEGS 69 ,, and her trophies School the prowl. watch for Marie i i i ii ,u,,, 55 ,, ,,,,.o..,A,.O.,,,,, WHOLE FRYER $3" RIB EYE STEAK $I  12 OZ pkg. 99 DART BACON : BOX CHICKEN 45 CHrOmE, S00EAST 89., 39 ,, BEEF LIVER SLICED Sunday, and friends Mrs. Marie of the ( After twenty leaving to family employed During has spent altar for maintain th Glocker pendant as a 70 present During before the Gregory celebr SLICED CHUNK ,AMERICAN CHEESE BRAU $1.39" 6  LIPTON DUTCH GIRL A-I INSTANT TEA APPLE BUTTER BL .. $1.29 '.ATSUP ",0. 69 ,,A,. : "'_* ,_,o: ,..,,,. CA MIXES "'I[ARS 75 rl[;';tS }' ,,.,.. K ,,59 ,. Sl.00 ,,,0. , ,,A,,.o. "'" COFFEE MATE LEMON JUICE MIXED VEGETABLES  ,)o ,'',., t $2oz 4 r, oat 2Zoz ia -,- e IKA,,)F! 69 ,o, $1.00 - ..,,,HI i'J:F'OF'IHHP"- r ,,,,,. m i I a ! 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