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6 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder June 24. 1976 by The Newsblrd Mr. and Mrs. L.K. Matheney visited their daughter Mrs. Forrest Sleeth recently. She is ill of Pneumonia and confined to her home. We wish her a speedy recovery. Mrs. Franki Langford and Rema Burton are leaving this Friday on a chartered bus for Nashville, Tenn.: and while there they will go to the Grand 01' Opry. Mrs. Margaret Radchff suffered a broken bane in her leg when she fell last Saturday. She was treated in a Parkersburg hospital and is resting at home now. Mrs. Mavis Cole, Margarite Roe and Mary Burton went to Glenville on Wednesday and decorated a store window in honor of Mrs. Stacy Spurgeon, our Folk Festival Belle. Mrs. James Smarr, Weston, visited her daughter Mrs. Mildred Radcliff. Mr, and Mrs. James Matthews were shopping in Glenville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. David Cole and girls from Hartford, W.Va. were weekend guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Cole. Mrs. Mabel Cole and Annie Bowen recently went to Sheffield Ohio for Mabel's grandson Randall Maxwell's graduation from High School. Mrs. Hester Radcliff is visiting her daughter Mrs. Marie Sprouse and family of Weston and while there she plans to see her doctor for a check-up. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hinter were in Pennsboro on business Tuesday. by Nedra Alltop Mrs. Cora Alltop was released from the Calhoun General Hospital Friday. June 11. She is now in Charleston with her daughter Mrs. Madeline Miller, Miss Candy Holiday, granddaugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Aubra James, is visiting with them for three weeks. She is from Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moss and family and Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Moss and family of the Grafton. Ohio area recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moss. The recreation program began at Normantown School Wednesday, June 16. The hours are 2 p.m. until 9 p.m. Monday through Friday. Larry Norman of Letter Gap is the supervisor. Nelda Alltop is the assistant. Games include: volleyball, softball, croquet, badminton, horse- shoes and other activities. Mike Collins who has recenlty been livig and working in Charleston has returned home to work. He is again employed at the Kinney Shoe Corporation. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Parsons are building a new home in Normantown. Work is progressing quickly. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Alltop, Tim and Beth recently visited friends and relatives in this area. They are from Grafton, Ohio. Rocky Fo laycees I1 by Hazel Flint lealue ti A homecoming will be held at the The firsz a 'q Rocky Fork Church on ,uly 25. A ioaeyce;e i " singing group from Barberton, Ohio 1 t will be performing, i   The Bobby Lowther family visited the five new tea _, Hazel Flint. Paul Lowther and children raise funds for  dunked in water ,.l ,mt e m:.lgtatt Lions Club car "Vlt .... visited Richard Collins and Hazel Flint. Tip Moody is bedfast We wish him a speedy recovery. Hazel Fling is also very sick at this time. Richard Collins and Jacky Heater are keeping busy looking after the gas wells in the area. They've also been playing ball after work. Rex Wiant and his wife Dara and Mrs. Gary Wiant visited Hazel Flint. Also visiting Mrs. Hazel Flint were Mr. and Mrs. James Raon and Mary Goldsmith. time they see the pt] league player goes on the field te uniform on," said ], public relations o "The i geared to provide 0 THE IDEAL GIFT - A subserip- tltj Funds from d c much-needed a jc0a "On behalf af$of ssl TVof to express a heu,t, res,_:.,,.. sponsor for maL_ these uniforms re{ each sponsor will I,. u aa] tli, lil{ Sh I,,. citizens." added  z:   FULL CUT ROUND STEAK $1.19" I .K (BONELESS) . I .,, ,,,,..i RUMP OR TOP ROUND $ ; t.nn00tun n::EF I TOP I 00o00sTsl.39"00 nvvnw, wm I a,7n zan, (mn.s I ln "1 ) - . ,.,... ,,,s,, -, 9" L, , nu uu  - ,, ' - " I STEAK $1"39 I PORKBUTT s,,,$1.[ GROUND CHUCK 99 ,, I ,,,,,.,,..,,.,,) I ,o,,,e'  .,GROUND: ROUND J_ CUBE. STEAK $1.39. [ ,.v..  1 dnta imLSOWS CHRISPRITE ,dw-- --- | CLOVE|DALE __  : 4 ieV7 |(SLICED) I LB OK* bl.4Vi RfllflgNA (sucre / .... r v -11- iV m'VV il Ir Se , (-,,,--) BACON , ,BOTTOM ROUND ] [ , ,,.u.,, $1.29 LB I 2LBPK6 $2.95 " ]  , LAYER CAKE MIXES I AMERICA OR PIMINTO ! VIENNA [ SLICED PICKL "K 1 ! OZ 50Z 16 OZ  ,,o, 79_: ! ,,,r,r, ,,o, 0o.. I SAUSAGE ,, ,,,,, I BEEIS,,o. .-- t '''-''-" u.  t , ,, .pt.Ul PARKAY  _ ! t ,, ,,o,  ' -- MARGARINE ,,,39 I [,,,,?,,,,  nnl""'sTOMlTOl? , , t HI C FRIIIT nDlUV( i,)LILrV UK Nfftei.w. w i ,,...I "' V iOiillrkJ i 46 OZ 2 FOR . ,o,.,, ,, oz :Fo, 95 HALVES PEACHES" oz .'1  . BATHROOM ..o,, / 1...,,. .... I  .,,,,,, / MACARON2 .w..  To,let hssue $1.191 STRAWBERRY JAM CHEESE I S00!NBtEN00o300; l ,,oz 41 'll i VINNI:I{ z,. ,ed 3ALAI/ I/KC.)'?o , FRESH CO -- . ... . J=_ ,...,,,.,.,.., ... . ,r X  . ,tt,,A,.,' 49- '_i" . x, .,,. ,,o,, ..2 k. ' ,,EW -, iWrlte POTATOES FI)Oil i ,teAt I J JmOS , I o, 'i : $2.19 ' , l PIZZA ROLLS i: CELERY 39  NAIN ST. GLENVILLE 1 _ : i *,************ 9 A.M.-9 P.M. MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY ' $