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10 The Glenvme DemoeraUPathfinder July 1, 1976 IIII III Mary E. Seller of Lockney was Mr. and Mrs. Clark Carr just among second semester honor students returned from a vacation in Baltimore named in West Virginia University&apos;s visiting their two sons Wesley and Ray Creative Arts Center. Students in the Carr and families. They also visited Creative Arts Center Divisions of ,art, Philadelphia, Pa. and viewed the Music and Theatre must achieve at Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, least a 3,5 grade point average {4.0 is Franklin Mint and a Bicentennial perfect - all A's) to be named to the movie called "The Living America". Ban's list. 9 Mr. Laverne Jones of Ft. Knox, Ky. was a house guest of the Thud Wilt family for the W. Vs. Folk Festival. Mr. Jones is the principal of Scott Elementary School, located at the military post. Charles Johnson was guest of honor st dinner Father's Day in the home of J.A. Johnson, Jackson Mills, W.Va. Mr, and Mrs. Hobert Yerkey, from Louisville, Ky. and Mrs. Jimmy Litzinger from St. Louis visited their Aunt Rebecca Barker during the folk festival. Mr, and Mrs. J.L. Jahes, Judi and Jan, of Kennesow, Georgia were recent guests of Jean and Mervin Hinkle, Glenville. 3 SPEED FAN Cooling 20" fort with thermdly protected motor. Fine-mesh grille. a_ItO 9" 2-SPEED ' OSCILLATING FAN Ultra-quiet, 9(P oscillation provides total room co/eroge. Smart decorator styling, HELP PREVENT DAMP BASEMENTS DEHUMIDIFIER emOyes up to 14 pints of water per y. Automatic, GLENVILLE SUPPLY F0gles0ng to lead fight ' lung damaging diseases 123 Strong The children of Mr. and Mrs. " The fifth annual Hess reunion was Arthur Moore spent the weekend of held S'mday, May 30 at the Country June 19 at their home in honor of their Roads campgrounds at Stumptown, father's birthday. At the Moore home Mrs. Kenneth Foglesong has been disease," said W.Va. Those attending were: Mr. and for this birthday dinner were: Mr. and named Glenville Chairman of the some of these Breath of Life Campaign to fight struggle, rather Mrs. Robert Gregory, Tens and Mahdi, Mrs. James {Lois} cooper, and son and children's lung-damaging diseases, function we, who ae Mrs. Jessie Radcliff, Mrs. Ruth Hess, daughter, Jimmy and Cheryl of according to Jay Crouse, president of granted." Mr. and Mrs. Granville Skidmore and Beckley; Mr. and Mrs. William {Sondra the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Mrs. The Breath d Brenda, Mrs. Cecil Reaser, Mrs. Kay} Lucht, and son Carl Joe of Foglesong will lead local volunteers in supports not only Kathryn Corley and Chris, Mr. and Martinsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moore raising funds to support research and diagnosis and Mrs. Robert Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. and daughter Sarah, of Winchester, care programs for children affected by with lung-damagi Ralph Randell, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Terry {Helen} Bean lung-damaging diseases like Cystic Centers across Jenkins, Laurie, Rusty and Becky. and son, Jeremy of Huntington; Mr. Fibrosis, severe asthma chronic more than 110 of Also attending were: Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. George Howes of Harrisville bronchitis, and bronchiectasis, also provide for Jack Hess, Jackie and Gary, Mr. and also joined the Moores. The Breath of Life Week will be and research. Mrs, Dale Hess, Mike, Terry, Jerry, On Sunday, Mr. Moore's son, Jack, September 11-24 with a door-to-door Kevin and Billy, Tarry Jenkins, Mr. and sons-in-law, James and Bill and drive scheduled during that time. Mrs. Ike Springston, Lisa, Tammy and grandsons, Jimmy and Carl Joe went to Approximately one of every 1,500 Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Springston Pittsburgh to attend the Pittsburgh- babies is born with Cystic Fibrosis, and Jodle, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Houston baseball game. which is still incurable. C/F is Springston, Tabith and Sabrina, Mr. inherited when both parents carry the and Mrs. Adam Jenkins and Jean, Mr.  recessive gene for C/F. It is believed and Mrs. John R. PouneU, Melise and that one in twenty persons, or a total of Christens, Eugene Hess, Mr. and Mrs. A surprise Birthday Party for Neal ten million Americans, is a symptom- Rymer Corley and Jennie, and Mr. and Ware was given at the home of his less carrier of this gene. Current Mrs. Tom Springston. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ware of research funded by the Cystic Fibrosis Also attending were: Bertie Cox's Mill on June 20 at 7 p.m. Foundation is seeking a practical test Terlosky, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shaffer, Birthday Zodiac being Gemini, to identify these carriers, as well as a Donna and Jeannie, Mr. and Mrs. many horoscopes were written and cure for C/F and better methods of read by the honored guest, treatment for all lung-damaging David R. Skidmore and Davey, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Hess, Jet Dedie, Paul and Decorations were used ap- diseases. Mark. Paul Stringfellow, Mr. and Mrs. propriate to the occasion, with many Because of improved treatment Jack Gaines, Sherry, Warren. Jim, Joy, balloons filled with captions and developed through research, many C/F and Line Springston, Julis Martin, Paul prizes, patients are now living into their teen F| a D |T | Jenkins, Ralph Murrary, Mr. and Mrs. The evening was spent in playing and young adulthood. This same Raymond Doyle, Mrs. Betty Hewitt, games. Door prizes were won by treatment is also benefiting and often Mrs. Frances Posey, Mr. and Mrs. Elizabeth Shackleford and Vernon curing children suffering from other Gene Skidmore, Donna and Tonic and Ware. Refreshments were served, lung-damaging diseases. Even with this Whet.,., it i, you',, k Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Eddy. consisting of a large Birthday cake, progress, the need of millions of ,k.,y ,o fi.a t ,.t. Also attending were: Rodger and punch, potato chips with mint and nut children who struggle to breathe Ad,. ]'he GlefliJk Tonya DeAnn, Croner Radcliff, Mr. cups. grows larger, and with it the need for and Palhfin more volunteers and more funds. and Mrs. Win. Beans and Vicki, Mr. Those present were: Susan "Everyone can help" said Mrs. and Mrs. Rex King, Bryon, Lena and Mouser, Randy Frye, Sharon and Foglesong. "The job cannot be left Jeffery, Mr. and Mrs. Oren Hess and Manley Zinn, Ins and Barbara soley to dedicated parents of C/F and Glenn, Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Hess, Burkhammer, Alta and Thelma lung-damaged children. The cause is Sondra, Rebecca and Pammila, Tiny Shackleford, Roger, Dorthy and Sherry great enough to engage the attention ONE TO, Hess, Anita Hess, Mr. and Mrs. Lang, Reba Ware, Elizabeth Shackle- and support of men and women Michael E. Hess, Mr. and Mrs. Clate ford, Tom. Debbie and Mike everywhere who care about children - Holly Park Eller and Jack. Mr. and Mrs. John Eller Shacldeford, West Milford: Jeffrey and lung disease. . and Christy, and Tommy Lemley. Lamb of Tennessee, Beverley Adams, "Most people don't realize that Vernon, Helen and Andrea Ware, and there are millions of children in the Decal Ware all of Parkersburg. Jim U.S. affected by lung-damaging Guests at the home of Mr. and and Danny Waters, Debbie Waters, Russell and Irene Ware and the Mrs. Darrell Homer of West Main St., June 19 and 20 were Mr. and Mrs. honored guest, Neal Ware. Also IEWiI4pl) Cloud Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Willard sending gifts and not present were: McCartney and daughter Barbara, Mr. Albert, Joann and Timmy Basham. and Mrs. Clifford Nash and son Lee BEST SERVICE and Mrs. Nettle Witteman all of OPEN6 Columbus, Ohio. .:.:-:.:.:.:<::.:.:::::::>.%o.:...-.-.-....._..%..v.............:.:.:.%%... Sand Fork "J David Butcher and children: David, MOBILE Dawn and Jennifer of Parkersburg, W. Va,, Danny Heater of Wooster, Ohio, Nev00 Mr. and Mrs. Uria Butcher and Mrs. Rt. 4 lustq Brennice Young of Troy, W. Vs., Mrs. ' . . ,Jrani a r Take Gel Virginia Woofter, Mrs. Marylan FEE "reward Workman and daughter, Lisa, and AudryConrad Judy Triplitt of Camden, W. Vs. Guests of Mrs. Goldie Siebert over Opposite Also visiting were Mrs. Mary the past week were Mrs. Betty Hoover, (Bush) Woofter of Cox'sMills, Mrs. Wands Rogers, Jimmy Smith Jr., Florence Langford and Evalee Car. Ronnie Arbogast and his wife, Mr. III i==mmmm michael of Ashland, Ohio, Mr. and David Arbogast, Amanda Otto, and Mrs. Earl Johnso and Mrs. Lizzie J.D. Hoover. I SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1976 Mr. Ira Meyer of Send Fork, took I 10:00 A.M.- RAIN OR SHINE (Cole) Waggoner of Weston, W. Vs., Robert Conrad to Charleston to see a Have Sold Home And Mr. and Mrs. William (Bud) Butcher of Vadis/W. Va., Mr. and Mrs. Russell doctor on Friday. i Moving Into An Apartment. Williams and daughter Susan and Mrs, Ruby Hays, and son, John, i Mr. and Mrs. ByrlL. Law Rodney Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Scotty were in Sand Fork for the weekend. 1300 N. Lewis St. Nicholson and son Scotty, Mrs. Katie Ray Carr and family, from ! Glenville, WV 26351 Wuggoner, Mrs. Odessa Homer, Mr. Baltimore, are visiting his parents, Mr" | Phone 462-7643 Ronnie Williams and Miss Susie and Mrs. Clark Carr, of Sand Fork, for Skinner. two weeks. I ANTIQUES AND COLLECTORS I Mr. and Mrs. Delbert ,ee Oak Table, Oak Table and 4 Matching Chairs, I Leg Table and 4 Matchinl Windsor Chairs. 8 Davidson and daughter, Connle, allof BAY field un# Glenville, and Mr. and Mrs. Buell Bush i Dresser, China Cabinet, Library Table, Wall  of Cox's Mills were also visiting. A to b-e in- Gassaway picnic lunch was served. Seven of the I Lamps, Treadle, Picture Frames, 2 John Henry GLENVILLE 11 children of the late Adam S. and I Gas Lights. Edna Shackleford Jones, formerly of FURNITURE Cox's Mills, were present for the family ..... I Round Wrought Iron Patio Table and 3 reunion A vmamed American Veterans Field Service Uit will be in Gassaway I Settee and Matching Chair, 5 Piece Bedroom Suite, at the CommuniST Building on July 12 to | Bar, Roll Away Bed, Ele(Rric Barbecue Grill, Ele ,o provide information and assistance l Painting, 2 Metal Desks, Floor Lamps, Table Lea Mr and Mrs Johnnie wiuong ' , concerning any aspect of a DAVs m_ Stools, Candle Holders. would like to announce the birth m a entitlement to " " ...... daughter, Jennie Marie, born June 7, U s Coda oenems unaer liue 38, i MISCELLANEOUS i 1 -- --'-- ..... 1976. she weighed 6 lbs, 15 oz This .......... i Gravely Tractor with 30' Rotary Mower and .... two muy Knowmageaom ana i is their second child Grandparents eri ....  ......... E Wheel Utility Trailer, 2 Luggage Racks, Gas , ^t,,= t.tu uv rational tervice are Mr. and Mrs. David Fox, Hinton,  ,-, .............. m m Dishes, Meat Curing Equipment, Scales, V4" BoltS, .... "'* " .... " .... "on  ureters wm De lravenng m me unit w va anaMr anars rmsn wm g .... and will be avmlable to assist disabled  items too numerous to mention. of Linn, W. Vs. veterans, free of charge, in the filing of i . TERMS: CASH ON DAY OF SAL] L claims for benefits. Generalized i LUNCH WILL BE SERVED - - - - - - - i" , information and assistance concerning _ BY GLENVILLE ELEMENTARY ] i The Calhoun County Tacher s federal employment and other benefits | NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF AC( Association sent their president, Mrs. administered hy the Civil Service and ville to Miami the Socml Secunt Admmmtr III I IIII ,.. lilmlllill....... Lucflle Moore of Glen " " "y " " ation will BB I Beach to attend the National Teacher's be available. Association Delegate Assembly. Mrs, Moore was accompanied by Miss Jean elrlP.d|ill ;" ":::::" "" Miller and Miss Mary Kay Ball also Ug k[--ll I teachers in Calhoun County High i School. On their way to Miami they  The meetin date for a discussion g plan to spend a day at Disney World. of the new Sand Fork sewer system  was incorrectly reported as June 26 in last week s issue of the Democrat. The THE IDEAL GIFT. A subscrlp- meeting will be held in the Sand Fork tlon to the Hometown Newspaper School lunch room on Aug. 2 at 7:30 The Calhoun Clmde. p.m. PHONE 462-5272 Speed Q.. Gibson , Zenith. July 4 Washers Refrigerators Televisions Make your p, cnic order con See the Zenith Color Sets on display. Carry out service We install and service all sales. HOURS RHOADES PLUMBING Et FURNITURE Men. thru FH. Open 6 A.M. Sat. & Sun. Open 7 A.M. . 15 Powell St. Glenville Phone 462-7355 Sun. thru Thurs. close at 10 P.M WE SERVICE ONLY WHAT WE SELL Frl. & Sat. Close II P.M.