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"1" 00nMed d EqubMo ps 1200 Taylor Gas. Perator-oiler and was prior Indiana, Irving College He is a member and past president of the Clarksburg Rotary Club. and member of Masonic Lodge AF &amp; AM and Clarksburg Commandery No. 13. Knights Templar. He and his wife, Miriam have a married daughter, Margaret Anne Jones. residing in Dallas, Texas. and a son. Daniel, a student at West Virginia University, studying geology. Pears is a member of the First United Methodist Church of Clarks- Answers Your Power Company one in e series to questions our custo- is Harry F. representa- t. ION: my meter reading seems to be can this be accurate? have to read your electric meter On a day in order to meet the schedule for and mailing your bill. But therp are we can't get there on schedule of heavy snows, storms, or other ditions. One of the meter readers gets sick, a may not be available for that day. rying to hold down the costs of Ic service and we just can't have extra meter readers ready to go few occasions when we can't meter on schedule we estimate the But it is not just a guess. We look at use of electricity and make an esti- =s usually very close to your actual g period. if the estimate is wrong? Well, lie really done because the meter is still accurately. When It is read on the reading date, the new true dpes out any error we may have estimate, if you paid for a few Jrs than you actually used Stimated bill, the next bill will have that many fewer KWH to pay for. If was low, the KWH will be the exttdit. : Y readers are proud of our eft- over the years and we want you that we only estimate your meter absolutely necessary. Mon0nllabela Power Part of the Allegheny Power System burg and serves on the Administrative Board and Finance Committee. He has been active in the formation and operation of the Tri-County Youth Football League. He is a member of the Executive Board of the Central West Virginia Council. Boy Scouts of America. and served two terms as president of the board in 1966 and, 1967. He received the Silver Beaver Award in 1967. hatch- Dennison mtid Mr. and Mrs. Jacob A. Minnich III are pleased to announce the forthcoming marriage at their daugh- ter Marilyn Ann to JosepL S. Dennison of Glenville. The wedding will be held June 26 at the Trinity United Methodist Church at 8 p.m. with Rev. Edward Bayer presiding. This will be an open church woddinff, After a honeymoon the newlyweds will return to Camp Lejeune, N.C. where Joseph is currently stationed. Coda L. GreenUef Coda L. Greenlief, 72, of Glenville. died at 7 p.m. Monday, June 7, at Calhoun County General Hospital after an extended illness. He was born in Gilmer County on May 26. 1904. a son of the late Calvin and Orpha Smith Greenlief. He was a member of the Baptist Church. and was retired from Weirton Steel Co. Mr. Greenlief was married Aug. 22, 1931, to Helen Powell who survives. Also surviving are three brothers. Russell of Troy: Pearley of New Milton and Shirley of Weirton; and four sisters. Mrs. Georgia Waggoner of Tanner, Mrs. Dada Willis of Parkersburg, Mrs. Frankie Langford and Mrs. Faye Board, both of Troy. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Thursday, June 10, at the Spurgeon Mortuary in Glenville. The Rev. Clyde Bush officiated. Interment was in Alice Cemetery. Mountain State ! ART & CRAFT FAIR Come Share In Your i Impley, W.Va.  I Remember that the deadline for all news ud advertising In the Glenvme Democrat/Pathfinder is Monday at 5 p.m. On Holiday weeks the deadline may be even earlier. Have your news and advertising In early to avoid disaplm/ntment. ON SALE FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER Urn Suits YAI00K00.E It. Nv Summer Pants Reg. 16.tltl NowOnly $11.99 Men's Short Sleeve Mow in sizes up to XXL It Knit Shirt N?. 6.98 Et 5.98 w only $4.99 DALTONS \\; \\; Glenville  Grantsville June 17, 1976 Toll-free line avalable for state's parks -and forests New toll-free reservations and information telephone numbers for lodging accommodations at state parks and forests were instituted by the West Virginia Department of Natural Resources on June 1. Out-of-state residents from an 11 state Eastern regional area may telephone 800/624-8632 while persons in West Virginia may call 800/642- 9058. Both lines are open from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., Eastern Daylight Time {EDT), weekdays. Individuals have ten days in which to mail deposit payments when telephoning a reservation. The deposit rates require full costs for park cabins or the first night's cost for lodge rooms. {Campsites are rented on a first-come, first serve basis with no advance reservations accepted. No reserva- tions are accepted at the Cass Scenic Railroad.} Under this new system, persons The Glenvflle DemocratlPatlflluder I School and Office Supplies? See Us First! Gilmer Graphics, Inc., 109 E. Main St., Glenvtile. respective superintendent's office or lodge. The Charleston office can transfer callers to direct contacts with each of the 19 state parks and forests offering lodging accommodations. Park cabin reservations may also be made a full year in advance now rather than waiting until January 1 as before. The West Virginia Department of Natural Resources administers the state parks and forest system through its Divison of Parks and Recreations, Written inquiries can be directed to this division at 1800 Washington Street East, Charleston. WV, 25305. Before you buy, Check our Prices and Workmanship BENNETT & SON MONUMENTS Display Yard at 440 High St Grantsville, W. ill 364-6162 IlliHDIIDDDBDIIHDDII I : " T. V. 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