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|0 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder h.,e _, . 197t, by Wmma and Mary Mr. and Mrs. Samey Reese of Troy were visiting their son Garey and family of Warren, Ohio over the weekend. Mr. Stanley Osborne of Akro% Ohio and Mr. Fleetwood Carr of Akron, Ohio both formerly of Linn were visiting Mrs. Warder Lowther Sunday of Linn and also visiting Mrs. Hazel Moody. of Linn, Mr. Osborne&apos;s sister and Mr. CarT's Aunt, Mr. Moody has been seriously ill for 6 weeks or so. Mr. and Mrs. James Smarr of Linn ano Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bell and families went to Barberton, Ohio to visit friends over the weekend. Recent visitors of Hazel Burkham- mer and Susan Powell of Linn this past week were Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGinnis, Mr. and Mrs, Joe Powell. Mrs. Mary Buckley, Mrs. Anna Lee Cline and granddaughter, all of Parkersburl, W,Va., Lewis Burkham- mer of lunior, W.Va., Lee Post of Sardis, W.Va., Kyle Ward of Auburn, W.Va., Mr. and Mrs. Denzil Alfred of Southington, OH and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bommett of Baldwin. W.Va. Also visiting were Mr. and Mrs. Deward Bennett of Rockford. Mrs. Madeline Langford and son Bebbv of I,ost Creek, W.Va. Pansy McCarlv and daughters, Linda and Johnnie from Clarksburg, W.Va., Susan Powell or Grandma Powell as we neighbors know her is real sick. Sbe is 98 x, ears young. Then., has been several stoppea at Mrs. L()wther',,: to set, her fh)wer lhats in bloom, lrs an Orchid and has 17 blooms on it this year. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Luzier of Davis W.Va. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bud Messenger and other friends in Linn last week. |nR||U|lagulmnnBDilJm|muu|ummmuuiglll! Mrs. Pearl Knight and her daughter Loretta Krovo and grand- daughter of Baltimore, Md. were visiting Mrs. Knight's sister Mrs. Mary ttarvey of Linn. They were attending the folk festival at Glenville. Mrs. Allen Pritt of Glenville was visiting Mrs. Sarah Smarr recently. Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Hardman from Wellsburg. W.Va. are visiting Mrs. ttardman's sisters Mrs. Warder Lowther of Linn and Mrs. Vera Davis of Glenville the past week. There have been several who have slopped at Mrs. Lowther's to see her flower that's in bloom. It's an Orchid and has had 17 blooms on it this yea r. Protect your pet from 4th fireworks T V SERVICE U": The bicentennial observances that of take place throughout the United States on the Fourth of July will be a : will : . oCt/P&stnvE source of joy to Americans but a "*--t "* reportsPSsible sourcethe GainesmiSery to their pets, II Coupon Good f TV Service Work es I_ Dog Research i Antenna Boosters Repaired .= Firecrackers are a traditional Crossword Installed And Center. II Free " Out Of Town : highlight of Fourth of July celebrations :-,,o.,...Sutton Electronncs c.,,co,,.o,, in many sections of the country, the PIIZZl8 Main Street- Sutton - Phone 765-5782 : Center notes. Dogs, with their extra-sensitive hearing, are likely to iiillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllnBRalmnBals become terror-striken when fire- I II 3 DAY ESTATE AUCTION At the residence of the late Denver Williams on July 2nd, 3rd & 5th. Starting 9:30 a.m. each day, on Big Run, two miles from top of Napier Hill, Napier, WV. Follow auction arrows, 7 miles from 1-79 exit at Flatwoods. This home & farm has been in the same family for 110 years, therefore there is a vast accumulation of antiques; primitives; collectibles; collection of fire arms; glassware; china; stoneware; furniture; bells; tools; horse drawn equipment; & other vintage items. Not many modern pieces other than 1947 1 ton Chev. truck, 1963 Willys Jeep and power saw. Write to 109 Brooklyn Drive, Glenville, WV for sale bill. ADMX. - Stella Williams AUCT. - Robert J. Butcher Phone Glenville, 462-7409 I I I crackers begin exploding nearby. No dog owner shoud deliberately expose a dog to a noisy celebration on the theory that the animal will "get used to it" ahd settle down after a few minutes. It's much more likely that the dog will become a nervous wreck before the end of the day. Puppies are particularly susceptible. Exposure to such noises could make a puppy fearful of sudden sounds for the rest of his life. During the 1976 observance, the noise level is likely to be higher than ever. the Center notes. As a favor to the family pet, keep him as far as possible from the source of the noise. preferably in a closed room or in a basement. William Hunt, Inc. [1] REALTORS 512 Elk Street - Gassaway Office 364-8365 Or 364-5547 Evenings Call: A.B. Stewart 364-8808 William Hunt 765-2401 Wendell Hay 765-5164 GILMER COUNTY | Store, tavern, $67,000. gas. Complex 18 Acres at Sycamore and house with 3 bedrooms. $16,500. I I For Sale Darling's Barn CLOSE IN, WALK TO SCHOOLS, COLLEGE STORE, 2 BR, neat, more room and less money than a mobile home. $13,900 with owner financing. Beautiful 4 sliding glass doors, overlook, stream and woods, 3 acres land hidden away on Turkey Run of Dusk Camp. Introductory price $12,900. Inside unfinished. I I I II I II What could you do with 18 fiat acres? Borders Rt. 5 and river, prime commercial, industrial, residential - $,19,500. II II i i i Meadowbrook near park, 75 acres with reported 30 A. tillable, big timber, fruit trees. Free gas, 3 streams, rough but restorable house, excellent rock base road. $39,500. HAVE FARMS, HOUSES, BUSINESS OF EVERY SIZE AND DESCRIPTION IN GILMER, CALHOUN AND BRAXTON COUNTY. CALL OR WRITE FOR FREE BROCHURE. Authors expand new comprehensive book on state WEST VIRGINIA USA, the soon-to-be-published hard-backed book about the Mountain State, has grown in size according to Harry SeaweU of Seawell Multimedia Corp., Porkers- burg. Sixteen pages have been added to accomodate more color photography and also a new chapter, "The West Virginia Frontier." The expanded book will total 208 pages. This expansion, along with other editorial improvements, has made it necessary to change the expected delivery time from June-July to July-August, but Seawell stressed that the size expansion will not mean an increase in price. He noted that there will be a larger press run than originally anticipated due to the increasing demand for the book. Pre-publication orders were han- dled by the West Virginia Federation of Women's Clubs and other organizations. Following publication the book will be distributed through the West Virginia laycees. Jaycee president. Jim Dye commented that he knows of "no better way to broadcast the true greatness of the 351h State." WEST VIRGINIA USA contains a collection of picturp and short stories about the Mounto,n State's past and present. Authors Strat Douthat and ]erry Ash provide many colorful insights about West Virginia and her people through their fascinating narratives. The stories are based primarily on actual persons or events in West Virginia. Full color and black and white contemporary photographs, along with historic prints supplement and complement the prose. WEST VIRGINIA USA retails at $19.76 and can be purchased from the West Virginia Jaycees as well as selected retail outlets throughout West Virginia and surrounding states. Inquiries may be addressed to WEST VIRGINIA USA, Box 1634, Porkers- burg, West Virginia, 26101 New Mexico Jaunt ACROSS 51 Those who 1 Fe is (suffix) the capital of DOWN New Mexico I Seasoning 6 The ---- is 2 Sphere of its state action flower 3 Tidily 11 Interstice 4 Unit of 13 Instrument weight of discipline 5 Drink made 14 Term m with malt horseshoes 6 Affirmative 15 Raver 7 Footed vase 16 Powerful 8 Coast Guard explosive vessel 17 Reverential 9 Pure fear 10 Go by 19 Cosmic order aircraft 20 Entire 12 Expungers 22 You can 13 Unfettered many beauty 18 Small tumor spots in this 21 Conductor state 23 Documents 28 Writing tool 24 Arabic nation 26 Pitch 27 River in Switzerland 28 Aperture 29 Underworld god 30 Exist 31 Oriental coin 32 Embellish 34 Weight of India 35 Written form of Mistress 36 Body o[ water 38 Youth 39 Conclusion 40 Little (Scot) 42 Depreciated 45 Puffed up 48 Stinging plant 49 Fastened with brads 50 Attire Here's the Answer 25 Carlsbad "35 Native of Cavern is its Media ---- att-raclton 37 Prince 26 Edible 38 It is rootstock nicknamed the 28 Its area was "---- Of increased by Enchantment" the ---- 41 Annexes Purchase 43 Streets (ab.) 31 Dispassionate 44 Measures Of 32 Scottish cloth alder tree 46 Vegas, 33 Cuddle Nevada 34 Weapon 47 River islet Ig IlllO01rliOe llizen pllttl(:ll)lflOn m determm,ng your governments a,eoc O how th. enor  Io  N   l M te lie el  lurid.  be levi' le 1'1 GOVlRNIIlm"  el Rollltoe Sla I, W., D.C =@2. or GILNEP COUNTY PLANNED [ XPENDrURES ......... ANTtCIPAINO A GENERAL REVENUE l UPER/%N( SHARING PAYMENT  0"7 ! ,n (A) CATEGORIES E CAP'Tt M=IN'EANC[  E F'.'t'." pERIOD Jov 1 %71 THROUGH .S IO SPEND TIESE FUD R Tt4E U t tv*,,* CCOVNT O 49 t 01 I O 11 $ ....... $, 30_0OO 6 : NF.' COUNTY PROSECLIT tNG RTTV ..trM i | 5s0)Q GLENVlLLE W VR '1151 s .c.t.,,o S  S 5jO00 i t,e/+t s $ $ s 5.00o , ,u*- * . S S 500 , .u, ,,,., ,..  -. l ...... :;'~'=':: c, su., z.o., ,o, ,o.o,.0 on.,=.= oy. Jmm 25. 297 t -l.Feope r cieel 16,68e  <1 - v.'o ' ] lIry IL !vJ.dso= otmty Clerk 6/16/1976 Sears] STORE HOURS II S II I II l II Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - 9 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to 1 p.m. Check Sears low prices and save. Phone 462-7939 -- 462-8483 Sears CATAI,OG SAI,E'S MERCHANT .. ow00--G O00A,. GLENVILLE SU RETTE Thank You For Your Patronage During The Folk Festival. AN ORDINANC E OF OCCUPIED IIOMES IN TIlE CITY OF MEANS (IF PROVIDING VIOLA'riPS; OR1 HEREWITH. WHEREAS, Common to} protect the citizens of location of homes in certain Glenville; and, NOW, TIlE COMMON GLENVILLE, FIRST: The Glenville makes (a) have been Glenville in regard parking, hea citizens of (b) The Ioc= trailers and creating serious endangering the Glenville; It) It is protect the the citizens of the further and the City of G] {d} The Glenville has ordinance Article 12. Virginia, other statutes Virginia. SECOND: ordinance are: (a) House any vehicle or no foundation skirtings. structure other than has or is otherwise corporate limits which is so permit occ purposes. {b} area in the City per cent. or used for vacant land residential adioins a (c) Person firm, trust, tion person mobile ot Glenville. house and Glenville shall revisions of lenville, noW enacted, re and home be house trailer or available city FIFTH: house trailers shall not effect which is of locate or used for house effective residential further trailer lot or other effective house trailer o trailer or with the requiring therefor. home mw [5,000 I, ft. as seventy-five {', and for each dwelling ] feet, of land in any ' prior to the trailer and/or said written Council of is granted by Glenville. the Chief thereon trailers or this this ordinance other granted which is any lot or of this the sanitary Glenville or system of trailer or of this One Hundr the City |at exceeding fine of Ten every twe suffered t, located on injunction Gilmer Council the City ordinance ordinances, herewith, no effect Common Effective I I I I I I I