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6 The Glenvflle Democrat/Pathfinder |uly 22, 1976 by Nedra Alltop Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Discoe Parsons over the Fourth of July were: Mrs. Parson's sister and family, Mr, and Mrs. William Caldwe|l. Nine, Freddie and Ellen: Mrs. Velma Critis and Mrs. Jean Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell are moving from Philadelphia, Pa. to Houston. Tex. Joshua Parsons is making his home with Mr. and Mrs. Discoe Parsons. Mr, Parsons will be 96 years old on August 27. Mr, and Mrs. Larry Fisher of Ohio were visiting relatives and friends in this area recently. Mrs. Ermal Parsons and brother. Miss Rhuada Parsons. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Runald Parsons. recently visited her aunt. Connie Gainer of Weston. Michael and Carla Stump were recently visiting relatives in Perkins. Normantown. and Cedarville for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Daniels, Tad and Rachael recently spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Aubra James. Mrs. Daniels is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James, Mr. Harlen C. Alltop spent last week in a revival meeting in Gnaddenhutten. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moss. Carol Sprouse and Chris recently spent a few days visiting relatives in the Crafton. Ohio area. They returned home Sunday. July 11. Chris James. son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland James of Graft,n, Ohio, recently spent a week with his grandmother, Mrs. Macel James. of Narmantown. Anyone interested in playing on a girl's softball team at Normantown school, please get in contact with Larry Norman or Nelda Alltop. Practice is Monay and Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. The Peach Tree bridge was out most of the week July 5-9. A new bridge was built. The people living above the bridge had to go by Cedarville to reach years. Also visiting were Mr. and Mrs. Brent Brown and granddaughter. Andrea. from Ciarksburg. by Thelma Shackleford Rev, Robert Jones filled his regular appointment at 10 a.m. Sunday July 11, with Sunday School at 11 a.m. In the planning stage: carpet ta be put on the stairs leading from the auditorium to the basement, a Sunday School picnic, father is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell (;reenleaf of Conings. Mrs. Zona Bush has been released from the hospital. She hopes to visit in (]timer Co. sometime in August. Rev. Rita Emerson performed the wett(linq of Judith Stump and Robert Shaffer. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. ()pal Townsend were Mr. and Mrs, Fred Townsend and Mary and John; Mr. and Mrs. ltJhn Townsend and son, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Long and Cathy and Tommy of Tennessee, Cathy and Tommy remained for a few weeks with their grandparents. Mr. Wendill (Bud] Burkhamer who is convalescing at his home was in  n iiHDaDiiHDHDiHl HD n ml NDHDii illlliD M.rarltown for a Toots homer and shopping in their homes. Bible School, a Homecoming and : Ernest Winemiller, went to Scottsville, Roy Alltop is to enter the St. Revival. Dr 1MR MDe I r DIDTOIM hVoamteatnldNCchlol?sR.evitntehr: Mrs. Josep.hl,ne Su,llivan, under. JSnaedPhya jHlySpi I fin r Pa;erybUorng visitiNliCnsiJt:rCkN]ellEirWAlm;fnwOhi a i i A?U211mmn?YmmmbiL/mWamne U?yLma MrsIPasa;oSr?ttended church services eipitSaUlr?reYdvatesdraewy,L",i'ui7.Sehn:ria MOndMa" and Mrs. james Shock had as reCerViSitrMtrUc;Ur?edaSCehnlaf _= 5LLNVILLL, PAKflLU UN UK, I g vigrfXanll 1:. GeUoreWcook and sheork'gUbeaothoreceMlrY, atnvdMfs" pMetSe areonadnnidingnhefiasrtisaln.fjathe: : LOT ON HUNTER STREET J daughters recently spent a few days Brown and family from Wilson, NY. Arron, They have a small daughter, : waiting relatives in this area. Mrs. Mr. Brown was a member of the State Chastity Lynn. The mother is the /tAur |Hit t|V Mr| l Cookis the daughter of Art and Verna Championship basketball team at former Shirley Snyder. daughter of the n bUNE AIIU OAI IIr.tl rls.ner, 1no t;ooxs are zrom t, rafton. Normantown High School in 1045. He late James Snyder and Mrs. Elsie _m urn,. had not been in this vicinity for 22 Snyder Alltop of Cox's Mills. The mllnillllimmllllll! IIIIIIIiiiiiiiii _ l "NP SON! l itCH'LICK ROAST 89" ! DELMONICA STEAK(, - LB i LIIOLR 31A5 a  i ; GROUND BEEF 79 I ,,n .v ,, 1 ""' ,,,c, , I BLADE rHUCK STEAK 7 " [. FRYING CHICKEN GROUND CHUCK 89e ,  ", "'''ouA'"'s'  I ..... ------. (BONELESS) i ( LE QUARTERS) ".o,,..s " I CHARCUAL STEAK  n ! (,w..,,, , runlle na/er a a..d  u m   | (s mot t roUT eAcs) ** nu five I   ! nun hales' .,1 q oz n ' l KID K/A31  7 l --'-'----t- ,t BL49[ l tl i (CHUNK) : rummria, nnm CT .,:,.,.,,u RIB STEAK,o, ,. ) 1.49 , BOLOGNA 5 i ** .nv=- nv m o I "" l ,'""', .. 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