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June 11, 1976     The Glenville Democrat
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June 11, 1976

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I Wauaa and Mary Flint from spent the Flinrs Osborne of Mrs. Lizzy visiting Mrs. and Mrs. st Week. end Mr. Minn., over Mrs. Warder has returned time in the Lowther Lynn and Ohio, spent , Mrs. visited Mrs. r COmmunity Store. They t for about 4 to the e nassing of Emory Burkham_ Were visiting Mrs. Hazel Burkhammer of Linn over the weekend. Mrs. Mary Harvey and Mrs. Warder Lowther of Linn attended the Homemakers Club at Baldwin last Tuesday. Also, Mrs. William Frymyer attended the club meeting. Mr. James Scott from Washington, D.C. spent a few days with relatives and friends the past week. Mrs. Pearl Knight and Mrs. Ora Lee Parkhurst of Baltimore, Md. were weekend guests of their sister, Mrs. Homes Harvey, of Linn. Visiting at Mrs. Warder Lowther's Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Carrel Lowther and children, Shannon, Daniel and Mary Ann from Weston, W.Va.; Mrs. Blanche Day from Clarksburg and Mrs. Vera Davis of Glenville. Troy alumni held its annual covered dish supper and dance on May 29, 1976. There were around 150 people attending the dance. The music was provided by a group from Jane Low. The honor class was 1942 with 2 out of the class attending. Flowers were presented to them by Sarah Smart, Vice President. Officers for the next year are: President, Gary Adams; Vice President, Sarah Smart and Sec. and Treas., Sondra Price. by The Newsbird the J.A. . and Mrs. Mr. and Aurora, Langford,  ,tanl T and Mrs. Matheny of &m. Smith ' and Mrs. Beech and Alvin Cox, Mr. and ren Cox, Cox, King, and Burke, glrs. Ersie d Marsha a.; Artie end Willard Reaser of Orsville, Ohio. We extend our sympathy to the family of Emory Adams who passed away Wednesday night in a Weston hospital. Visitors of the Delbert Cole family were: Brook Talbott and Mike Merty of GlenviLle: Mr. and Mrs. Raymel Jones and family from West Union and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jones of Glenville. Mr. Robert Keister, Sondra and Bobble and Mrs. Peggy Brannon of Oxford visited Tom and Estella Brannon. Mr. and Mrs. Oral Spurgeon visited Mr. and Mrs. Gait Spurgeon and Annabelle in Pennsboro, Sunday. Mrs. Edna Smith is improving after a recent illness of sore throat and high blood pressure. She was treated at the Gilmer County Medical Center in Glenville. Miss Madeline Adams and Bertha Byrd were shopping in GlenviUe Tuesday. to host Grassland /.Va. will urda r, Field Farm, Day. it any held t Days 2oun y several farmers for are: sslar :I Barton Dave Reeder P The variety of alternate programs include Food Preservation, Microwave Ovens, Consumer Protection and House Plants The Field Day will be located just west of Buckhanuon near Route 33 on the Brush Fork Road. A mowing demonstration at 9:00 a.m. will open the schedule of events. Four concurrent educational sessions, each lasting one hour, will begin at 10:00 a.m. These sessions will be repeated at 11:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. This will allow everyone to participate in all phases of the program. Raking and baling demonstrations at noon and 3:00 p.m. will complete the schedule. An aerial fertilization demonstration is tentatively planned as a special attraction. The Grassland Field Day is sponsored by the Tygart Valley. West Fork and Monongahela Soil Conserva- tion Districts in cooperation with many state and federal agricultural agen- cies. OLLO )R O SOLENOIDS DIAPHRAGMS lk ELIMINATES HARDNESS & Ltd. Of Central W. Va. Pure Cal-Ben Soap se of Water Conditioner July 5th by Nedra Alltop Mike and Eilene Richardson of Spencer are prou(t to announce the birth of their first chikt. Matthew Thomas, born May 24th in a Ripley hospital, tie weighed 8 lb. 2 oz. The paternal grandparents are lohn and Florence Richardson of Sand Fork. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lytle Sprouse of Normantown. Mrs. Ruth Reed returned to Grafton. Ohio after Memorial week- end. She had been with family and friends in this area since Easter Mrs. Cora Alltop still remains in the Calhoun General Hospital though she has shown great improvement. Mr. Doy Pritt is also still a patient in the Calhoun General Hospital. tie has shown some improvement. Memorial weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moss included: Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Moss: Mr. Gerald Skidmore; Mrs. leane lenkins "and children: Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Minney and family all from the Grafton. Ohio area. Mrs. Macel lames had as her guests recently: Mr. and Mrs. lunior Whisman and Kevin from North Ridgeville. Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Woodyard from Elyria, Ohio. Mrs. Eunice Richardson would appreciate receiving cards and letters from her Gilmer County friends. She still remains in the Calhoun General Hospital. Mrs. losephine Sullivan was admitted to the Calhoun General Hospital Saturday, May 29th. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cumpston and Brad of Doddridge County visited Mr. and Mrs. Clavel lames. Memorial Day weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Daniels .nd (:hildren of Virginia visited Mr. and Mrs. Aubrev James, Memorial l)av weekend. Mr. and Mrs. l)avid Beall of LaGrange, Ohio are proud to annoum:e the birth of their fourth child, , daughter, born May 28th. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Beall of Normantown. A camping trip took lhirleen people to the head of Peach Tree Saturday night. May 29th. Those who went were: Reta Reed and Brad Smith .f LaGrange, Ohio: Karl Ellyson of Glenville; Larry Norman uf Letter (;ap: Hugh, Nedra. Roy, Rebert and Nelda Alltop, lanet James, lerry Conrad and Mose Chadwell of Narmantown and (;athy Zinn of Pullman, West Virginia. tloliday weekend guests at fin; home of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Beall in(:luded: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mahr, Debbie. Liz, Vicky Goddard: Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Mohr andTina; Marly Mohr and Leon Hashman all of the Grafton, Ohio area: Mr. and Mrs. Junior Beall and Jennifer of Parkersburg; Mr. Donald Richardson of Charleston: Mr. and Mrs. Ring Mohr and ]eanie and Bill Mohr, all of Normantown. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Zirkle and sons of Barbour County, West Virginia and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hindershot of Parkersburg visited Mr. and Mrs. Lytle Sprouse recently. Visitors at the home ot' Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Alltop Memorial weekend were: Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Reed, Reta and Pauletta: Mr. and Mrs. ttaward Osborne; Mr. and Mrs. ]ink Reed. ESTATE SALE Saturday, June 12, 1976 at 1:00 p.m. Estate of Winnie P. Bragg 220 Brook St., Weston, W.Va. 2 pc. Living room suite; Electrolux sweeper; End table and Coffee table; Record Ilaver; Heating stoves |like newl; Drapes; Lamps; Bed; Dressers; Chest of drawers; Bed room Suite [4 pcs.]; Singer sewing machine; Metal Wardrobe; Fan; Throw rugs; Radio; Split bottom chairs; Massager; Exerciser board; Lawn chairs; Carpet; Cedar chest; Trunks; Bed linens towels, etc.; Maytag washer and Gas dryer; 5 pc. Dinnette set; Metal cabinets; China closet; Mixer; Dishes; Pressure cooker; Corning ware; Straight chairs; Gas range; Refxigerator; Stemware glasses. 1974 Hornet - Less than 4,000 actual miles. Power Steering, Automatic, 4 door Sedan [green]. AdmtlMstrator reserves the right to reject last bid. Dorothy P. WUfong, Administratrix Don Porter, Auctioneer Terms, Cash Phone [304] 462-6275 Not Responsible For Accidents Marsha, Sh,;lia, lunior l).bhins: Brad Smith: Todd \\;Vhih;sel and Ran(iV NhHJre .)f the (;ration, ()hiJ area. Mr, and Mrs. l)oc l.ewis amt grands(m, l)ah;, of Mm'wmton, Wesl Virginia: Kevin, Mose Chadwell, an(t Janet lames ol N.rnmntown: Mrs. l,inda (;oa(h'ich and Kurt Ellyson of Clenville: Cathy Zmn (t Pullman. West Virginia. June Ill, 1976 The Glenville Democrat/Pathflnder 7 Kevin and lhmise: (;II.MER RING FOUND A 1976 Gilmer County Ring with the, initials BJS was found on Market t, Saturday. The owner of the ring is asked to (:onta(:l lnne Osborne. RI. 1. thmnerhassett tteights (1863-6161} to claim the ring. Across from Post Office Open from 10 to 5 Sat. 9 to 1 OFF THE WESTON, WV Store Hours: 8-10 Mon. thru Sat. 10-6 Sunday BANKAMERICARD STORES L :V L 3 %