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July 4, 1975     The Glenville Democrat
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July 17, 1075 "i~e GJenvtlle Democrat/Pathfinder 13 of Fame annual Mill to ]. of the West of Fame tributions G. Ellyson, a end former ~ers Home born ]an. the 116-acre eadMre. Ira Cooper of the into where he iglKhlated in year he at in 1927.28 he at the Troy ,st Virginia 1928 and of Science b 1930. &Sent in andin where he Vir z 8 h lon he was of the later the and Adn in of 19 years orsaniza- tothe West of the of families in to the with credit fammes eetabitshed in provided them- Under Ms'. 81q~v he was elected Regional Famer of the Year for the Preston-Monongalia-Mar- ion County area in 1973. Mr. EUyson married Mary Halbert of Walkersville, Lewis County, in 1926. They have two children - Helen Ellyson Baisden of Columbia, Maryland And John Ellyson of Oakland California. Russell EUyson's record of long, outstanding service and assistance to hundreds of farm people throughout rural West Virginia places his name in the annals of Distinguished Service to West Virginia Agriculture. A reception will be held at 5:30 p.m. and the dinner at 6:30 p.m. All who wish to attend will be welcomed. Tickets for the reception and dinner may be obtained at any Coun Agricultural Stabilization and Con_ser- vation Office. 01d food stomps Food Stamp recipients were advised by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) that they may continue to redeem their remaining old 50 cent, $2.00 and $5.00 food stamp coupons at authorized food stores and meal services until August 31. The USDA introduced a new food stamp series, $1.00, $5.00, and $10.00 on March 1, with a deadline of lune 30 for spending the old series stamps. The deadline was extended to allow recipients who were issued old coupons in March, April and May adequate time to use them. However. if the old stmnps have not been used by the August 31 deadline, they should be exchanged for the new series coupons at their local food stamp office. Participtin8 8racers and meal services may redeem old coupons at commercial banks throuJ~,h September 30. Gi/mer County Cebndar Friday, J~y 18 - DAV installation, 7 p.m. at Town Hall. Saturday, July 19 - Square dance, Smith Community Bufldln8 near LeopoM. 9-12 p.m. Music by Blaine Stewart Band. Spomm'ed by 4-H Club. Saturday, July 19- Sing at Mt. Pisgah Methodist Church, i1I. 5. Saturday, July 19 - Democratic Party Rally with Rap. John M. Slack Jr. Recreatkm Center, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, July 20 - ALl trophy Horse Show. LL Morris farm, Rt. 33/119 east of Glenvm__e. Tumsday, Judy 22 - Pythian Sisters meetin|. Tmaner. Thuredjy, July 24 - B]k)od Pressure and Diabetic screen~| clinic. County Health Dept, Mineral ~J., 9.11:30 a.m. and 1-3:30 GSC pool open to community - Mkmday to Thursday, 2:30- 3:30 p.m.: Tuesday and Thursday nishts. 7-8 p.m. Fee i= 25 cents. food news & cues from the Quaker Test Kitchens COME AND GET RANCHER'S BEAN BAKE! How do you wrangle a compliment about a budget dish from the family members? Easily[ And you won't, have to rope them into it either. Rancher's Bean Bake stands on its own as a prize praise-winner. Rolled oats, loved by Americans when the We=t was still wild, stretches a pound of sausage into six ample lunch- eon or supper ser',qngs. The meat mixture is topped by tomato- rich pork and beans and baked untll bubbling hot. The smell will be the dinner bell urging everyone to "Come and get it I" RANCHER'S BEAN BAKE ]M~kes 6 servt-__n@ I lb. bulk pork saus~e meat 2 tablespoons flrmJy packed I cup quick or old fMhJoaed brown sut~tr onto, uncooked I teaspoon salt sup cs~up 1 teaspeon prepered mustard One IS-as. can pork and bet~s in tonudo sauce Heat ovet~ to modet~ (350~F.), Combine sausage, oats trod I/. Q. l am getting married this month. Should I change my name on my social security record? A. You should call or write any social security office for information on how to have your name changed on your social security record. This is especially important if you are employed. After you're married, your employer should report your earn p to social security under your married llama. SUMMER JOBS MAY AFFECT BENEFrFS Q. I get social security payments as a student. Starting this month, I'll be working full-time until summer vacation is over. How will my earnings affect my payments? A. If you earn $2,520 or less for the year, your benefits won't be affected. If you earn more, your payments will be reduced $1 for each $2 over $2,520. But, reaardJess of your total 1975 earnings, you can get your full social security payment for any month in which you neither earn over $210 nor do substantial work in your own business. Copies of sech week's Glenvi Democrat are svatisble st Community Super Market. Summers Pharmacy, The Grill, Conrad's Motel, GSC Bookstore, sncl Gilmer Graphics, Inc. PROTECT YOUR PRIZED POSSESSIONS! Dipl( os, certificotc% de- grees, o w o r d s, photo- graphs, testimonial letters, or ducuments ---- any of these items may be among yOur most treosured pos- sessions, You owe :~ to yourself to protect them permonently in