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July 9, 1976     The Glenville Democrat
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July 9, 1976

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4 The Glenviile Democrat/Pathfinder Rqina Mohr enppd i i I Regina Loo Mohr Mr. and Mrs. Shirrel Mohr of Normantown, are announcing the engagement of their daughter Regina Louise to Billy Dale Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moore of Chapel Route, Gassaway. [uly 8, 1976 Miss Mohr is a 1976 graduate of Gilmer County High School and is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Doyl Beall of Normantown. Mr. Moore is a 1974 graduate of Braxton County High School and is presently employed with Kenton Meadows Construction Company of Gassaway. No date has been set for the wedding. F akic shop opens Roberta's Fabric Shop opened recently two miles east of Cox's Mill on Route 47, adjacent to the home of the proprietor, Burl Bailey. According to Bailey, the shop will sell various materials and fabrics as well as ready-to-wear clothing for men and women. Featured will be a complete line of denim pants, shirts and jackets. Bailey says that this is the only business of its kind in the immediate area. The store will be open from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m., Monday through Saturday. ...... ' i S i o, a,m an,,,, .,. GLEN PHONE 462.527) Country Ham Dinners Carry Out Menu Only Chicken Dlnnen Small I pc. Sl.35 Mad. 2 pc. Sl.GS Large 3 pc. S1.95 All dinners served with Coleslaw and French Fries Closed Sunday, July 11 for Employee's Picnic Men. thru Fri. Open 6 A.M. Sat. & Sun. Open 7 A.M. HOURS Sun. thru Thurs. close at I0 P.M. Fri. & Sat. Close 11 P.M. Big-name sinEers hiEhliEht state fair entertainment In addition to being the spice of life, variety is the key word in describing what will be happening at the 1976 Bicentennial Edition of the State Fair of West Virginia. The 52nd annual exposition, spanning two weekends, officially opens August 21 and continues through the 28th. A diversified program of events including livestock shows and judging, agricultural exhibits, five days of harness racing, high school band concerts, champion- ship horse shows, flower shows, 10 acres of rides and shows, free performances of Hoxie's Great American Circus, and top-name entertainers promises fairgoers as much excitment as might be found on any fairground in the country. Grandstand headliners include Donna Fargo, August 21, 7 and 9 p.m.; Bobby Goldsboro, August 22, 2:30 and 7 p.m.; Tammy Wynette, August 23, 8 p.m.: Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass, August 24. 7 and 9 p.m.; Guy and Ralna, August 25, 8 p.m.; Sonny James, August 26, 8 p.m.; Billy "Crash" Craddock, August 27, 8 p.m.; and Bill Anderson, August 28, 8 p.m. Ticket orders are now being filled and are assigned on the basis of best available seat' in price category selected. If price range ordered is sold out, the best available seating is issued and a refund. No telephone orders will be accepted and full payment must accompany all orders. by Wanna and Mary The Baptist Sunday School convention was held at the Rock Grove Church, Friday, June 25 with good attendance. Mrs. Jessie Floyd of Linn, was surprised Saturday evening with a cake and ice cream, on her birthday. Mr find Mrs. James Smarr, and son Richard, Mrs. Warder Lowther, Mr. and Mrs. Homes Harvey of Linn were guests. Mrs. Nellie Talbott of Troy was visiting the sick last week. \\; HEARING TEST SET FOR GLENWILLE W. VIRGINIA Electronic hearing test will be given at the Conrad Hotel in Glenviile each third Wednesday of the moalh from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. by Mr. Kemper Hyre, Certified Heart8 Aid Audiolosist. BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICE 442-B. W. Pike St. Clurimburg, W.Va. 26301 ,i Mr. and Mrs. Gary Reese from Warren, Ohio spent a few days with mr. and Mrs. Sammy Reese of Troy, and with Mrs. Reese's parents at Jackson's Mill recently. Several people from Linn and Troy community attended the fold festival at Glenville the past week. Everyone had a good time. Mrs. Flora Varner of Troy, has returned to Ohio to spend some time with her daughter. Mr. Bud Burkhamer of Troy was released from the Clarksburg Hospital recently. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Burkhamer has been visiting Hazel Burkhamer and other relatives in the community the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Hale Hinzman are building a new house in Troy. We're glad to see the community growing. Mr. and Mrs. D.C. Lowther and children of Weston were visiting Mr. Lowther's mother, Mrs. Warder Lowther of Linn, on Sunday. Iimmie Crislip of Troy had an accident last week. He fell through a glass door at home. He is getting along all right. Miss Lela Moneypenney and Mrs. Mary Harvey were shopping in Weston Tuesday. Resurfacing set for two County roads Governor Arch Moore announced last week thai two road pavig contracts in Gilmer County have bebn funded as a result of the release of $11.9 million in highway maintence funds by the state legislature. Kenton Meadows Construction, .ite #-q |.It Inc. of Gassaway has been awarded 8 Jk k,/.P $65,533 contract for the resurfacing of 2.96 miles of the Normantown Road on County Rt. 19. State Construction, Inc. of Huntington was awarded a $126.304 contract for the resurfacing of 4.33 miles of the Grantsville-DeKalb Rd. on W.V. Rt. 5. Work should begin in the near future with completion due this fall. t )lnpatotnUs ;:/ami Easy-to-clean May 25, June 2, June 15 and June 23 bid at screen traps openings of the State of West Virginia, fuzz and lint but were being held pending action by f g ! Timed cycle lets llnt filteryou [ set the ,,ever see or I time per touch it 1 il Automatic bleach and additive dispensers 4 cycles include permanent press for easy 3 water levels allow size-of-load flexibili ty Off-imlance switch stops machine if load becomes inbalanced 66751 Automatic termi- nation enses wheat clothes are dry, shuts off i oad- A-I h rg extra she,If for s,,rtittg Safety switch shuts off dryer if door is opened "Air only" option for gentle fluff- drying of deli- cate fabrics SAVE '$30 Kenmore washer and dryer =229.95 SAVE $2 5 s 164.95 Color extra Sears has a credit plan to suit most every need Gas drye30extra Prices are Catalog prices Shipping, installation extra Now on sale Sea 1 Authorized CATALOG sALEs MERcHANT I I'S f. St. Gluvil00 the governor. 'Keep Amedca Dea00i00l' campa00n Entry applications for the annual Keep America Beautiful competition and awards have been made available for distribution by the West Virginia Department of Commerce. Applicants receive a general explanation on how and what material to file to qualify for the competition. August 31, 1976, is the deadline for submitting information. Brochures on the Keep America Beautiful Awards Program may be obtained by writing: KAB Awards, Commerce Department, B-531 Captiol Complex, Charleston, "VV 25305. _ III IHEHAZDA 808 16M 00res00r en000095 P.O.E. Jim Wegmann, Inc. your authorized Volkswagen-Volvo-Mazda Dealer 1710 - 14th St. Parkersburg' W. Vs. 485-5451 \\; JAYCEE OF THE YEAR-Jaycee President Mike Glenvflle Chapter of Jaycees presents Dennis Fitzpatrk, the first Jaycee of the Year certificate issued by the second year of service. Anderson was reinstated at banquet as president of the chapter for a second Notice To The 1977 taxable year will begin July 1, July 1,1976 we will start a hous the county. Due to recent action of the West Legislature, Home Bill 1447, a person register for his $5,000 Homestead time for any qualified Real Estate. If you I questions call the Assessor's Office, Sharon Zinn, Bobby G. Roberts, SATURDAY, JULY I0,1976 I0:00 A.M. - RAIN OR SHINE Have Sold Home And Moving Into An Apartmen Mr. and Mrs. Byrl L. Law 1300 N. Lewis St. Glenvme, WV 26351 Phone 462-7643 ANTIQUES AND COLLECTORS IX Oak Table, Oak Table and 4 Matching ChairS, Leg Table and'4 Matchin Windsor Chairs. 8 Slfl  D reuer, China Cabinet, Library Table, Wall Dishes, Cut Crystal, Milk Can, Settee and 2 Ma Lamps, Treadle, Picture Frames, 2 John He: try Gas Lights. FURNITURE Round Wrought Iron Patio Table and 3 M atcl n Settee and Matching Chair, 5 Piece Bedroom Soit, [ Bar, Roll Away Bed, Electric Barbecue Grill, [ Painting, 2 Metal Desks, Floor Lamps, Table . Stools, Candle Holders. U - MISCELLANEOUS ] | Gravely Tractor with 30" Rotary Mower a I n Wheel Utility Trailer, 2 Luggage Racks, Ga: _ Dishes, Meat Curing Equipment, Scales, " | items tOO numer0m to mention. AI n TERMS: CASH ON DAY OFS , LUNCH WILL BE SERVED II BY GLENVILLE ELEMENTARY F, I NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF, CCI L mmi II HeRNial iP NothlnE Runs Like A Bicycles Riding a John Deere Bicycle is a great to get the exercise you need. And it's so easy to get started. Just look over our selection of colors, frames, and have 3-, 5-, and 10-speed models, bicycles for boys and girls Choose the to match your riding style. Leckandl=, Just Off 1-79 At The