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wedding planned Mr. and Mrs. Junior A. Moore of Glenville are proud to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter ]eane Faye. to Kenneth L. Fisher. son of Mr. and Mrs. lack S. Fisher of Weston. leane is a 1973 graduate of Gilmer County High School and" is presently employed at the Dental Clinic. Kenneth is a 1971 graduate of Lewis County High School and is now a Senior at Glenville State College. i The custom of open wedding will be observed. The wedding date has been set for August 14, at the First Baptist Church of Weston. Kay Cox to wed Ohio man of Troy are marriage Kay, to Mr. Marion P. and the late church The wedding will be held on Saturday, July 17, at 1 p.m. at the Rock Grove Baptist Church with the Rev. Alvin Cox of Danville officiating. The custom of an open church wedding will be observed. Graduate center adds programs A MS in Safety Studies and a MA in Communication in Education degree were added to the seven Master&apos;s degrees which are already being offered through the Jackson's Mill Graduate Center. Courses are planned to be cycled over a three-year period to allow for timely completion of a Master's degree. The three-year tentative schedule is available in Dr. Helga Shay's Office. Twenty-one graduate courses are scheduled for Jackson's Mill in the fall, six at Elkins and one in Sutton. Graduate students are urged to register now, preferably prior to July 20 to assure acceptance into the course of their choice since all classes have restricted enrollments. Dr. Helga Shay will be available at her office at Jackson's Mill to assist you. Registrations will also be accepted at the County Agent's Office. Mr. Mike Caruso from the WVU Office of Academic Advising and Records and Dr. Helga Shay will be available to answer individual questions about certification and renewal requirements and degree programs. On July 12, from 1-4 p.m. they will be at Sutton at the Braxton County Extension Office on the 3rd floor of the Courthouse. On July 13, from 4-7 p.m. they will be at Elkins in the Conferen(:e Room a! the Ran(lolph (]ounty Extension Office on 201 ttenrv Street. On lulv 19. from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. they will be at Clarkshurg, tlarrison (]ountv Extension Office on the 5th floor of the Courthouse, Please (:all the WVU Graduate Center at lackson's Mill, telephone 269-51OO. extension 72, tor further information. C&P establ!shes new phone service number Glenville area telephone (:usto- mer's business re(:ords have been moved from West(m to Clarkshurg as a C&P Telephone Cumpanv economy measure. Bob Harrison. area t)usmess manager, said. Local phone customers will new use a toll-free Clarksburg number (1-666-9911) to order service and to discuss service prol)lems. The state's first telephone company merchandising center will be established at Weston in the near future. Individuals will be able to see luly 15, 1976 ,ud handle .ll the ,quipmelll (i&l' Ires h) offer at lhc |leW C(llller. The change will not ;Jffe:t the way hn:al (:ushmmrs" service is handled an(I lhev will still pay their I)ills al the M&(', Furniture ,<,tore on N. l,ewis Street. of Gilmer Co. VA explains change in vets" insuronce 'l'he Veterans Ad'nintstration is launching a renewed cftort to advise World War II veterans of the high, and in(:reasing cost of holding GI term life insurance instead of (:onverting it h) on of the se-(:alled "l)ermanent" plans, ][1 announcing a new National Service Life Insurance information booklet, Regional VA Director Sam A. Tiano saht, "We are greatly concerned that large numbers of World War [I veterans have not yet heeded warnings about tim heavy premium increases they must pay unless they convert their poli(:ies." For example, Tiano puinted out that a World War II "V" policyholder pays $12.70 a menlh at age 50 for a $10,OOO NSI,I lerm insurance policy. At age 60 thai monthly premium jumps to $26 a month and at age 65 it has increased to $39.70 monthly. At age 70 it wmdd jump to a whopping $6t .80 per month. s marriage announced ..'======'='=='=='"'""'""'"'"'=="=. -  T SE RVICE f" _, V A. Skinner oftheir only High School is employed by KinneYRonnie, a graduate of Glenville "  " ',[['- ,Q5 ,  = = .... ;' # (B: engagement Shoe Co. .  c,,,,s,w 1 e' Coupon Good ,or$2. Oq Any TV Service Work AJII M'keqs ; Williams, High School, is employed by I.L. Morris Williams Well Service, Glenville, W.va. : Williams of The wedding will be an open M church wedding, Aug. 6, 8 p.m., at the : Free Sutton Electronics " Baldwin Oak Grove United Methodist Estimates HI Church. Nocida weds Maston Nocida of announce the Grace Maston of Cereazony was ply, rgaret Mary arkersburg on attended Glenville public schools and is a graduate of Glenville State Collage with an A.B. degree in English. She holds a masters degree from W.V.U. and is presently teaching at Parkersburg High School. Mr. Maston is a Production Foreman for Dupont. Mr. and Mrs. Maston are making their home on 22nd Street in Parkersburg. lists lundin! sources aancial report for the the period group is Sponsorship Proam Pioneer Market 24.00 Towne Bookst0fe ...... 6: Sister's of St. Joseph 36.00 Dr. T. Wilkerson 12.00 Dr. J. Wesffali 12.00 Rev. John Hammond 6.00 Ms. Dawn Brown 24.00 Cecil Ramsey 48.00 Recital Funds 36.00 $200.00 $721.00 In Kind Donations Hardman Hardware Paint GlenviUe Supply Labor Van Ramsey Labor Peter Sandwall Painting and design Minnich's Florist pMnts Fran and Doug Munro Floor Finish Glenville Democrat Advertising The Gallery Casette Tapes Sub-totals $788.OO 590.00 204.00 721.00 Gross Income $2,303 Expenses to Date Feb.-July rent $690.00 Equipment, Maintenance {includes floor construction) $1,193.92 Adm. gas expenses $218.21 Teacher's Fees $67 Sta. & Advertising $65.28 Telephone Utl. $56.78 On Account $11.81 Gross Expenditures $2.303 Gross expenditures $2,303 $570.00 100.00 25.00 25.00 5.00 25.00 10.00 25.00 3.00 $788.00 $25.00 $10.00 20.00 10.00 35.00 100.00 10.00 25.00 25.00 5.00 25.00 200.00 100.00 $590.00 =====11 I ?'I Ire" | ==! Retreats th Antenna Boosters Installed And Repaired Out of Town Call Collect Main Street- Sutton - Phone 765-5782 IIInalalalaaaaaaaaaaaaenemamlmn|lnananm! THE TOWNE BOOKSTOR Over 60 new titles!! We now have complete sets of Foxfire books again. The Titans are coming!! Book #5 of John Jakes' Bicentennial series. Men. - Fri.: 9-7; Sat.: 9-5; Sun: 10-12:30 Main St. GLENVILLE nm mmmnmmmmm II I 111111 II i - Notice- RENNIE MINNEY 1 1 1 HAPPY BIRTHDAY 1 n DEAREST MOTHER n HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU 1 ,I n With A Whole Great Big Bunch Of Love | I Gilda and Dale I_ 1 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder;/ A w;h;ran who lived to aRe/ would he pavin $554 a month for-s $10,OtX) term policy. I I I IIII IIIIIIII ,, II I Ill[ N/din 808 1600 29 Impressivet Standard Features for * only s3195 ANCING: NO. 146 129 Acres not far from town - woods, creek, meadow excellent hunting - 1/2 mile from hardroad - Flex. owner financing - make this your own at $17,000. No. 164 45 ac. w/Old house, View, Geod road access, Cove settinS, Pond site, Woods, Garden spot & all. $14,900. No. 165 67 ac. w/Old log barn, Free gas, Large meadow, Secluded, Woods. Could he your part of Heaven at $17.0OO. Jim Wegmann, Inc. your authorized Volkswagen-Volvo-Mazda Dealer 1710- 14th St. Parkersburg, W. Vs. 485-5451 t I I I III Straight Answers From Your Power Company / x% This is one in a series of replies to qutions being asked by our custo- mers. Answering today is liar- old Ellis, Southern Dlvi- : . sion Manager ..... QUESTION: Why does electricity cost so much more than it did a few years ago? ANSWER: The one word reason is INFLATION. You have experienced this in all the things you purchase--and so have we. True, we shop at a different market place than you do, but the costs keep rising for both of us. For example, we remember, when coal, which we use a lot of to generate your elec- tricitY cost $5,70 a tQ0 ck i 0 !970. Th coS}'r6se to $24.50 per ton by December, 1975, a 330% increase. And to pay for the coal now takes 50 cents of every dollar we receive from our customers. The cost of borrowing money to finance skyrocketing construction costs has in- creased drastically. Included in our construc- tion expenditures is the cost of equipment required by law to help keep the environment clean. Our Pleasants Station, now under construction, must have $200,000,000 worth of pollution control equipment. That's 29 percent of the cost of Pleasants and more than the TOTAL cost of our Fort Martin station, completed in 1968. The cost of other equipment needed to provide customers with good service has also risen sharply. The price of wire and cable has increased 66% since 1970; poles, 87%, insulators and bushings, 39%; bucket trucks, 35%. The list is endless. We are paying 97% more taxes than in 1970 and, of course, wages have gone up, too. So you can see we're also affected by the rising cost spiral--called inflation. Monongahela Power APart of the Allegheny Power System VAZQUEZ MEDICAL CORP. ANNOUNCES THE TRANSFER OF DR. JOSEPH VAZQU MAR MEDICAL PARKERSBURG HOURS BY APPOINTMENT 485-6456 EFFECTIVE JULY 12, 1976 ",ii q t I 1 1 :4 GRANTSVILLE OFFICE WILL CLOSE JUNE 26. RO 1276