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June 23, 1977

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;7 7 /i II I am happy to report that the Rev. Roberts (Rongel), who had the bad jeep accident on Trace Fork and had been in the United Hospital Center in Clarksbu, began to improve last Thursday, June O. They discovered that he Ms a broken tail bone, concussion, !out of his skull, broken leg and kidneys. He has been on the 'crilical list for quite some time. The Kanawha Drive Homemakers Club donated $25 to the moving of the Old Kanawha Bank building. Fern Stuffer of Tanner and Virginia Mathers of Homer, W.Va. have reded from their trip to Virginia. They were treated to the trip by Fee's two brothers, Holly of Charleston. and Earl H, Gainer of Newport News. While there, Earl and his wife took on a tour of various historical ptace. They visited in Portsmouth, Virginia Beach, Norfolk, York, Jamestown, and Williamsburg. They Crbsed the York River and the James River, came through Hampton. visited the naval base and the Fort Eustice Army Base. On the way home they came by Walton's Mountain, saw Earl Hamners old home, visited Ike Godsey's Store, and had a coke there, and had their picture taken in front of the store. My hats off to the two brothers, that was very thoughtful. Mrs. Halite Wilson had a. busy weekend. Her daughter, Judy, of Parkersburg and her sister Mr. and Mrs. Leman Stewart of Flatwoods stopped for a visit with her as they were returning from Dayton, Ohio where they attended the graduation of a grandson. While there they visited a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Woody Sharp and family, a son Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stewart and they also visited daughter Emma Lou Dupler of Elvria, Ohio. Two grandchildren, Hal and Holly Sharp returned with them for a two week visit. Their son, Richard brought them home. Coach Lynn Marks of the Tanner Braves reports that Tag Day in Tanner was a hugh success, thanks to the generous contributions of the many of the Tanner people. He reports that $71 was collected by members of the Tanner Braves on Saturday, June 11. Coach Marks thanks all of those who contributed to the summer enjoyment of these young people. Gall, I am truly sorry that we got a little confused as to the ownership of the white kitten. It really wasn't Mabel's fault, she only tied the pink ribbon around its neck. The Tanner Church held a farewell dinner, June 12 after the services were over, for the preacher and his family. The people were warm and friendly, but a little sad about loosing their beloved preacher. The food was delicious and we all ate too much, as usual. The Perrin's are really enjoying the new addition to their home. Frank Zinn of Bull Fork and French McCartney of Mineral Wells, left this morning for two weeks training at Camp Mead, Maryland. French (Junior) McCartney is a son-in-law of the Jesse Marks. Mrs. Ada Riddle has been visiting in Norfolk, Va. where she went for the graduation of her grandson, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Riddle. She flew to Charleston Wednesday and was picked up by her daughter Elinor, and is visiting Elinor at her home in Clay County. Mr. and Mrs. "Bob" Perry of Huntington, sister of Mrs. Helen Edman, is visiting the Edman's. Mrs. May Suttles, Helen's mother, is also visiting the Edman's. Mrs. Suttles lives in Huntington. "Jim" Hogue is having a battle with the flu. He just won't let go of it. Well, the drought is finally broken. I hear tell the rain came in the "new of the moon" so we will have lots of it. Rt. 33 & 119 - 4 miles west of Weston A -complete selection of Quality Built Homes 12 WIDES - 14 WIDES - DOUBLE WIDES AND MODULAR ON DISPLAY EACH FULLY DISPLAYED AND LIGHTED Phone 269-1510 -- Open Friday tll 8 p.m. Mmber of W.Va. Mobile Homes Association THE 100th CUSTOMER to come through the door during Gregory's Grand Opening last weekend was John Moss of Glenville. He received a family altar Bible by Kedeka Co. as his prize. nwMP machines. MF 245 Farm Tractor *300 MRS4 RECTANGULAR BALER SAVE s300 q00OTo qS00 Off OnStock Umdm,d :q.ipm.00 $100 Off On MF41 Mowers q00Off On Stock Balers And Tractors o50 Off On MF29 Rekes LOTS OF OTHER SUNSHINE SPECIALS TOO! COME ON OUT! Peronalized MF financing, parts and service available. Mr. Nebo Tractor & Equipment Co. Mt. Nebo, Wut Vlqli00 Tebldmae 1100-$141 LOCAL CRAFTSMAN--Gflmer Countian Mike Bailey displayed his woodworking skill during the Folk Festival. The highlight of Bailey's one-man show was a hand-carved whiskey cabinet he completed as an apprentice to renowned craftsman Wolfgang Flor of Rock Cave. Bailey's interest in woodworking began in his early made handcrafted spinning wheels. the whiskey cabinet and several Bailey, now 21, displayed a walnut cradle. His apprenticeship is and Humanities Council, CharlestOn. photo] ...,- dray, Butcher to wed Mrs. Mabel Cordray of Glenville announces the approaching marriage of her daughter Linda to Randy Butcher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Butcher of Charleston. Linda is a 1973 graduate of Point Pleasant High School and a 1976 graduate of Glenville State College. She is presently teaching in the Gilmer County School System. Randy is a 1974 graduate of Herbert Hoover High School and Carver Technical School. He is presently employed by the Raintree Development Company in Winfield. The outdoor wedding ceremony will take place at Cedar Creek State Park on June 25. Linda Cordray Mr. and O.B. tO The Collins, Rt. 1, their parents in 60th will be held 550 eight miles west ( on June 26 from 2 following the Odis Collins were married by the Rev. H.V. daughter of the late and Rebecca Ca, son of John L. Collins. He was of West Vir moving 1931. She attended he School and TowneBookstore area schools They are members Methodist Church. Glenville They are P,! Shanna .y . ii Children:Mrsvieve) and Den lHerO 1 m Wood,wiss il vincent and Mrs'R!of Columbus, OhiO. c thleen grandchildren and children, d L .,,..,, It is requeste omitted. 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Pillard Hardtop, light jade with jade vinyl e roof, 400, automatic, power brakes Et steering, air, AM-FM stereo, fender skirts Sticker Price $7,426.00 Special price with no trade in plus service 8" under coating Also, a free gift with any demonstration between now and July 1. Glenville Ford Sales GlenvHle, West Virginia Phone 462-7336& 462-7337 1V[r s, rrr; Mrs. Tracie Cedarville died the Calhoun She was Nov. 6 1897, a Layeaff and She was who preceded married Williatn Also Lynch, of Denver, Mrs. Mrs. Mary Si Ore.; two of West Mifflin, Lawson, of Mrs. Grace eight g children; and child. She was Creek where servic= June 20 officiating. Cedarville See