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Glenville, West Virginia
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July 4, 1975

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Farmers complete first hay cutting lu]y 17, 1975 The GlenvUle Democrat~Pathfinder 11 , b emp citizens from Ritchie, wilt be held 4.H (]amp, August 1. Senior feature bingo, citizens in residents of and 20 former i~ community. of Personnel Western and Directors Centers. the Disabled 'ill explain and their :y, July 18 Hiakley, at Hunting- for claims at clinic ,re and be held Y Health 24 from 3:30 p,m. county are and Saul. books, represent- at Glenville 8, exhibit are Tuesday and exhibit and relating and index. be held at of All a noon the by the on ed Vocation Bible School staffers plan dinner A dinner and workshop for the staff of the Vacation Bible School at the First Baptist Church of G!enville will be be held Thursday. July 17 at 5:30 p.m. in the school social room. The ladies of the church will sponsor the dinner. Following the dinner, the workshop will include devotions and special music by Dr. Raymond Jones. A filmstrip, "'Clap Your Hands, Jesus is Lord." will introduce this year's VBS theme to the staff. Music to be used in VBS will be taught to the staff by Suzanne Slater. A display of the Bible lesson-related crafts will be shown. Final plans will be made for VBS to be held for all children of the community ages 4-12 to be held Wednesday, July 23 to Saturday. August 23, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Young farmers near Normantown bale last remnants of first-cut hay before dinner. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::i::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::2:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:;:::.: consumer to get lids Byrd assured Area Democrats to hold rally A Gilmer County Democratic party rally, featuring Rep, Iohn M. Slack Jr. (Third District} and other speakers. will be held Saturday, July 19, 7:30 p.m. at the Gilmer County Recreation Center. Refreshments will be served by the Democratic Womens Club. There will probably be a question and answer period and the public is invited to , :t ei~d. Square Dance at Leopold There will be a square dance at the Smith Community Building near Leopold on Saturday, July 19, from 9-12 pm. Music will be provided by Blaine Stewarrs Band and the dance is sponsored by the 4-H Club. Have anything to sell? List it on the Classified page at 4 cents a work. $1.00 Two of the nation's leading glass manufacturers have told U.S. Sen. Robert C. Byrd {D, W,Va.} that efforts are being made to increase production of canning iar lids, The Ball CorD. Muncie. Inc.. and the Kerr Glass Corp. of Los Angeles responded to Byrd's inquiries regarding what he called "the severe national shortage of canning lids." Byrd had urged that "immediate steps be taken to alleviate the shortage, which has caused a serious inconvenience to consumers." In letters to Byrd, Kerr officials said "our new manufacturing line of lids is just now getting underway, and will help us reach up to 60 percent production above 1974," And the Ball Corp, said "we are making capital expenditures to increase capacity." Both firms assured Byrd that West Virginia would get its share of canning lids. If you have "'Personals" you want published, telephone them in {462-7309) or mail to Editor, Glenville Democrat, Gtenville, VVV .~351. No charge. CAN YOU WORK WITHOUT SUPERVISION? Can you work without supervision in an accounts protected terrdor, with an exclusive line? We need a man or woman to sell full line of Advertising Specialities, Calendars and Gifts in the Glenville area. Must be able to plan own time and to work with minimum of supervision. The exclusive calendar line, including 1976 Bicentennial editions are manufactured in our own plant. The Advertising Specialty Line is one of the most estensive in the industry. Write Bob McKenzie, Sales anager, The Thes. D. Murphy Co. 120 So. ,econd St.Jed OaLlowa 51566. ALL ITEMS WILL BE IIIII I TO YOUR HOME. YOU SAVE ON GAS TOO! Appalachian , Concepts A NEW IDEA IN HOME MERCHANDISING, BRINGS CENTRAL WEST VIRGINIANS A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE NAME BRAND MERCHANDISE AT FANTASTIC PRICES . . . OR MONEY BACK IF NOT COMPLETELY SATISFIED! I AND IN THE PRIVACY OF THEIR HOMES! [ m II IIII U III ]HI II BY BROTHER 2 peak horsepower. Cord rewind. Bag indicator. On-off twitch is Iocatad in handle. Complete with accessories. Offers convenience plus extra cleaning power. MFG. SUGGESTED LIST $79" FLASH BLEND SELECTOR Cord storage In base. Heat resistant glass jar. Complete with recipe book. One of, the handiest kitchen aids ever invented=. MFG. SUGGESTED LIST ,36. LIFETIME GUARANTEED STAINLESS STEEL 3 ply, 18-8 stainless for wlterleas cooking. Contemporary styling, 19 total pieces. CMttpere it with other sets coating much morel An exceptional value for the discriminating housewife! (This item Will be demonstrated by ap- pointment only). MFG. SUGGESTED LIST '221 Two year blade sharpness guarantee. Rechargeabie. Four position shave control dbl. Sidebum trimmer. Travel case with mirror. MFG. SUGGESTED LIST '44.m 16 QUART MIRRO-MATIC Includes wire rack, pressure gauge for 5, 10, or 15 pounds. Self sealing gasket, safety fuse. Canning capacity, 20 half pinta, 9 pints, 7 quarts. MFG. SUGGESTED LIST '39" 30 CUP STAINLESS STEEL MFG. SUGGESTED LIST s43s IHI I IIIIIII PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL JULY 30, 1975. IIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllillillllllillitlllllllllllll I E II II E Name Mail to: Street Town Appatachian Concepts Box 279 Zip Sumr~)ravtlle, W.Vs. 26651 Telephone No. Yes, I want to take advantage of these special buysf Send me the following:_____.-Schick Shaver _____ Pmssurs Canner_..._.__Vacuum Cleaner -.-___ Blender _____ Cookwsra __Coffee Pot. i enclose plus 3 percent sales tax (checks or money orders) C.O.O.'s ac- cepted with 10 percent deposit. BsnkAmedcerd or Master Charge available for major purchases. Check here if you prefer to charge------. A representative will contact you. a I don't need any of the Items above but I would like to know if I can purchase through Appalachian Concepts. Bill II Time to sell. We've got a backlog of buyers waiting. Many properties are sold before they are advertised. Call for a free appraisal and a fast sale. III I +- DAVIDSON RT. NEAR GASSA W AY, 1 50 acres, pasture, woods, good access, very good buy at $17,500. CLAY COUNTY HOMESTEAD, 64 acres with old house, remote but beautiful $11,500. NEAR STUMPTOWN: A hunter's acres. Woodland with places to build, resurrected into farm. Only $120 the owner will finance excellent opportunity. NEAR NORMANTOWN 200 plus paradise streams and or could be a w orking per acre and it. An -- 60 acres at head of Palser Fork, Old house, log cabin, both in poor repair; 8-10 acres pasture Fruit and walnut trees, county road. Secluded and private $10,900. EmXL ++'5 trailer, Financ- SINKING CREE acres flat and hills, good access, a beautiful place for home or camp. $4,900. in g a va ila ble. BEAUTIFUL DOWNTOWN SLIETH -- Special 38 acre farm, fenced, 8-10 acres bottom. Barn, cellar, and cellar house, workshop. 72 Mobile Home with big room built on. $18,900. CHEAP! CAMP-O-RAMA -- 25 acres on the Little Kanawha River. Beautiful, wild, approximately 8 acres of flat land, only 3.3 snakes per acre. THEY WILL NEVER FIND YOU on this 56 acres Sand Fork hide-away, bunk house, H.unting supreme. $12,500 inflated U.S. dollars. GILMER STATION--175 acre +Excellent hunting. Entirely ooded. Lots of places to build. Guaranteed right of way. Onl, $125 per acre. 100 A. LICK RUN -- near Webster County line. Old farm, veral streams, good pasture, timber, fair access by county road. $15,000. Stop by latest u of farms,