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a The Glenvme Democrat/Pathfinder july I, 1976 by Nedra Alltop Weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aubra James June 19-20 included: Larry and Sue ttoliday, Candy, Robin, John and Jenny of Largo, Florida; Tom and Euda Daniels. Rachael and Tad of Clifton Forge, Virginia: Betty Burrows, Theresa, Milford and Dorene and Gary Parsons of Parkersburg; Rick and Debbie Wright of Vienna; Everett and Greda lames and Doug and Fern Helmick, lames and Patty, all of Steer Creek; iImIiIBIiIIlI ni i Ii in ii ii im IRIllIlimI I FIND YOUR PRICE UNDER THE RAINBOW C.B.&apos;s Radio's Stereo's Scanner's Tape Recorder's Accesser ies P.O. Box 162 Ron's Radio Shop 116 Bank St. Weston, W.V., 26452 Phone 269-9702 Open Mon. through Sat+ 9-12 & 1-5 Mike and Veda James and Roger of Gassaway, Miss Charlotte James is on a tour with a group of Senior Citizens. She will be gone three or four weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Smith. Jr, and family recently visited the Hill James family. Mr. and Mrs. Brad Smith of LaGrange, Ohio were honeymooning last week in this area. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Alltop and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Miller of Clarksburg visited the Harlen Alltop family June 23. II Mr. and Mrs. Raymond ("Short") Skidmore and Mrs. Viola Whitesel have recently been visiting friends and relatives in this area. They are all from Grafton. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Chadwell plan to spend the month of July with their children and other relatives. Their children, Rick and Lois, are both students at Glenville State College. Mrs. Maude White was shopping in Parkersburg Monday, June 14th. Donald Chadwell, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Chadwell, will be III Ghnville Variety Shop HOBBIES ORIGINAL PAINTINGS CRAFTS . /, GROCERIES GASOLINE GREENWARE  We have Beads and Bead Supplies HEW HOBBY SUPPLIEs!Open Jdy,5 907 N. Lewis St., Glenville, W.Va. 462-863S IIIBIIIil IIn iI mm mi mm ii mm liE II I " '+ - 00STORES +: [' -- Closed July4th + ; 'TREMENDOUS BARGAINS FOR 3 BIG DAYS! ! JULY1 3-2- i 0000,rWOMEN' S +"+-*L ,+AI)IES' SHORT SITS_\\;'[+%?TI-1kr,V PJ[T'  ; : +'Isl +% ; K ,, . , " +_,"-I+.AI)IES' TANK TOPS I+- ,r I  + l' l'ertect to wear over or 'I ......  ....... I ,.,.,-.., ......,  - i, . . ,, =i .'I KEL,. 3.4 :3olid t:olors 'q,:LUKI_/-I, IIN HUUI&3 4tlk .'K =- under tank h  : .  : + ++ +, 7oc.0000 "it " tops. " ,v J *. + . 1 at,# DREbS ; 'ADNIS/+((]RII+IqN All+it) PICADAMPC00% ,+,;.s++ ,.,+A++,,: OR+P++ ; + ' //Ib ULILrIII|rIIIljL +:1 COTTA(;E I)RAPFS 76: Reg. to $26 +7.99 ea. -:. _+ . +II +  REG. 14.95 to 29.95 _Yi \\;, ll LADIES' GOWNS -1.76 //i Selected Styles 7  \\;-"k' Nylon waltz length. M-I.-X-XX ./.6 .......... -" \\;\N "" r', " \\;\ ++,,,,.m. -l/f z  K.", .'1 W,i.E" vv LtVZE, I' O  " GOI+FMEN'S "","%', //h//,Z\\;", "' ' ''*'v : {" b V INlbUllb - ' [*+ g BIKINIS ." " ;I-11KI; -**t o-,, t. oo norm. ,v . ,+ REG. 7.95 to ----+ : 4'k" Old'C2 T(+ /  Pre-washed Wrangler ++ ddt}/ 41PP .---- ,- i' - JI+ + JL +I . I X +l qp l ,, +eo = _ , . =" 7"+. - = = .  i ..=-- ,.g . . ",. 11 nort >eeve $t I -Jr.]/ / LU lid U In "/ " +, /"',,., "',k ++r.+ VINYL ..LADIFS" & GIRLS KNEE SOCKS / It,. .+ ..+.  "DTP]T]rP TTrrTT TrlXr4 REG. 1.00, If Perfect--2/$1 + .,,, ....... , ............. , .... .... [-lblllb UllbllI+__  : Short sleeve ,,r long .qeeve I:_ CARRY-A LLS LADLES BIKINIS & BRIEFS "India" tie dye.--- 3.99 2t_ Grat fu. S.....- ........... . Reg. to 69c, If Perfect- 4/$| "it , Outing+S1 * t,, FASHION MFN'S TI, JBF& J.++.- SWIM : . Sizes 5 to 15 -< ."'Q. -, REG. TO 7.95 " ; '. rl "In /'i  ""*.:: I+ Assorted colors & 'I --/+, .,--+. +; + atterns +  + ,, + 3 39 , % +. .A, WASH (:i.()THS -"-.. Q  E ///,.[/C',, \\;  6/I.50 ,+ _ . " +++ : ,. ; BOYS' TANK TOPS & T-SHIRTS  ....... " ........ "  /i "" "I S-M-L- 1.76 ea.Tw,, f,,r S+ Z $1 ,, ""/\\;  S-M I. Xi. .............................. 1.99 ' RE(;. 6.95 lh}lye.+ler solid colors & jacquards. "It spending most of the summer with them He is from Ohio. NelsOn James, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh James, has been visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Macel James and also the Hill James family. Mrs. Eleanor Shock recently spent two weeks in Columbus, Ohio with her son and his family. Lisa Shock, her granddaughter, returned home with her to spend two weeks down here. Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Chadwell and Renee recently spent a two-day camping trip in Randolph County. GED Test Set For July 9-10 At Parkersbur| Cora Normantown, Calhoun following an Mrs. Alltop' County. a Rose Burns of the Upper Surviving Hatless Alltop Jr.. of Ashland, 0,,: ILl. and Harley of duaghters, Mrs. Normantown, Mrs, Charleston and Graflon, O.; two Sullivan of Perki Dulle of Grafton, 46 great-g Funeral y, June The General Education Develop- ment Test, a high school equivalency examination, will be administered Friday and Saturday, July 9-10, at Parkersburg Community College. The tests will be given from 6 to 10 p.m., Friday; 9 a.m. until 3:30 p.m., Saturday. The examination fee is $10, payable on the first day of the test. Steer Run Ba The 10-hour examination is Charl.s Fi he composed of five general tests to officiating. measure an individual's competency in understanding general high school IIAIV level concepts. These include: Cor- RUbfll rectness and Effectiveness of Expres- sion; Interpretation of Reading Materials in the Social Sciences; !] Interpretation of Reading Materials in We were sorry the Natural Sciences; Interpretation of Bush got sick on Reading Materials; General Mathema- Saturday night, Ju. tical Ability. taken to StonewallJ Jeff Barnes, PCC counselor, a few days. She th explained" that the tests are used to Baltimore, Md. andtal award high school diplomas as well as to her home on FI offering the high school basis for Mr and Mrs, continuing in a post-secondary and Jim visited their program, over the weekend, t The Wood County Adult Basic Flint wereMr and Education Program, which offers GED  Barberton 0. i r . oi , p eparahon. s housed at PCC, Persons staying with her desiring basic preparation for the test Flint who has been should contact Linda Martin at the Brooks Moody ABE Center, 424-8215. Ms A nes Roan Additional information may be ," g 14 obtained by contacting Barnes at the atso ,,.,sited M-o college, 424--8205 or 424-8210. nere wuz o ...................... Rocky Fork Church  : .... i from Barberton, ! i s,ngmg. : ',,'/ | : There was s: i =:-,-)  t : Father's Day at mrs. c, eorge leg r,Pltlv honor and show : : Mrs. Teller h Who do you : ed her 95th bi : a  grandchildren a,, 1 * : love most? ren had gathered : * living children =* "1 love everybody the .= two of them werel same".., and not one at a  Doss of Clay ad l =* time, either. So why not ** Hopewell, Va. * protect them the way they ** Also present  live . .. aB together . ..  and Mrs Ruth G ) i with a Metropolitan Life  Williamslown;Mr, t , Family Plan Endowment . and family of sore : With Income Benefits. i Mrs Sol:ert F * Call me today for details. + Ch'tmrR=ld Vn ; HUNTER B BEALL JR ; .............. 0." ...... " ---" " * Rose and family DI4S t=rano entral AVen, ue . : Vienna W Va 26106 * French of HopeW " " d Office: (304) 21rlll . Henry D. Bell an Ruideiel304)  ** Mr. and Mrs. Je i OMetr0Politan .: daughter of Mo: : Where the futureis now : Mrs. Carl Nester . ] and Mrs John 13e Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. N.Y.N.Y. * ' ' * " 0 ............. ,...,...,...,, Bell and family Brown of Spring t ...... - ................. | and Mrs. C.M. JoL , ' ! Bennett came by I 'hi+ Before you buy, I Check our Prices and i Remember .... I all news and 1 worKmansnzp ! Glenvflle Dot BENNETT & S0N I wkmMndayatthe de,' MONUMENTS i earlier, nave Display Yard at 440 Hig St. I advertising 1 Grantsville, W. V I dlsappolntme PUI |LI4 BEGINNING AT 10 O'CLOCK, JULY 1 Treadle Sewing Maohine; Couch & Chair; Antiqtte Coffee Table; Coffee Grinder (new); Coleman Coleman Heater; Cement Mixer; Lot 55 Gal.  Metal Worktable; Large Galvanized Farm GaW! Tractor with Cutter Bar; Farm Jeeps; Two TrUCl hoist, dump and bed); Turn Plow; Shovel Plo_; Iron (Antique); Wheat Mine Light Charger; B Drills; Corn Shellers; Log Chains and Binders; Railroad Jacks; Wheel Pullers; Truck ChainS; Wrenches (2-36" ones); Electric Saws; .22 Auto. Nails; Wheel Barrows; Wire Stretchers; ' Canner; Other Items to be sold on day of sale Lunch will be served. Not responsible for accidentS. TERMS: Cash on day of sale AUCTIONEER: Clark MirmeY ADM.: Pauline Edwards