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held July 22 TANNER NEWS The Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder 7 ii!~+i~iiiiii~~!~!~~~iii~i!~!iiiii!!i~~ii~!~i~i~~~!i~~!~!+!iii~~i~~!~i~+!iii!ii!+~i!~i~!~!ii!i!ii~i~~i!~iii!ii~iii~i!~~iii!~i~!~~~!!~i!~~ii!~i!!ii!i~!ii~~!~i~iii~!ii~i~ii~i~iiiii~!iiii~~iiiiii~!~~+ GSC fall registration opens b~, Irene Hn~ue Marks Also Steve, Carol, Carol Glenville State College on campus, the registration nor of Anne, Pare and Chris Sprouse; opened fall registration forform may be signed by the Of- Ella M. Victor and Dott Coburn, Kim Those little four legged crit- Edgewater, Md., and the Buddy continuing students Monday, rice of Academic Affairs. Gilmer and Robin; Ken and Betty ters with the stripe down their Bennett's son, L.C.. D.R. Dan July 23, to continue throughOnce a schedule has been 1tar. Wyant and Jeff; Dane and backs have been playing Bennett, U.S. Navy and wife Friday, August 17. approved, it should be brought Sharon Skidmore; Gary and around here, I can smell their Jackie and two daughters Students, who were enrolled to the Registrar's Office and :urvivingMrs. MullenaxLinda MarkS;and BilIDebby;andLayneMae perfume." Karen and Lea. The younger last year and who did not pre- fees should be paid in the |), Mrs. and Cindy Marks and son When Kay Wilson was in Bennett s had just returned register, may register between Business Office. Morgantown for her last doc- from two years in Naples, Italy. 10 a.m. and noon and betweenRegular registration day for , Mrs. Jason; Richard and Susan tor's appointment, she rode They had gone to Italy shortly 1 and 3 p.m. Monday through continuing students will be ll), Mrs. Skidmore; John and Goldie the new Amtrak railway, from after the funeral of the elder Friday. held on Friday, August 24, but , Patter Hashman; Clay, Ella and Doll downtown out to the Universi- Bennett s mother, Olive Ben- Students should begin the freshmen will not be allowed wo Sons Marks. , Paul Also Ron Simms, Eva Priest, ty Hospital, it reminds me of nett, met the parents here, just process by seeing their ad- to register until Monday, Marks John and Sandy Simms, Mark the "El' I rode when I was in after getting back in the visor, but if the advisor is not August 27. of Deacon, Charles and Ruth Chicago, only the Amtrak cars States, and were bound for are a lot smaller, and if too ierid!an, Miss., their new duty Wilfong and sons Mike, Mark many people get on, the cars station, when they left here. and Matt; Evalee Denis and won't move until part of them The Billy Bennetts had several Dar-Chuck and Rhonda; Sharon Kay Cutright and children; get off. other visitors, while the Buddy Phyllis Marks was lucky last Bennetts were here, friends SAVE TIME AND MONEY! month when she went shopp- and relatives from this area. ing in Weston at the H-P Store, Mr. and Mrs. Gutwirth, niece she registered for some free of Mrs. Betty Hardman, have Russell Wilfong, Randy, Jean, Mrs. Nathan Simmons; Greta Jones Ihter and son Chip. Many others at- Cleo tended but did not register. rs. Paul New officers for the coming Paula year are Porter Marks, presi- Mrs. dent; Darrell Minney, vice- m and president and Barbara Landis, Linger, Secretary and Treasurer. Moss, Next years reunion will be Barbara held on the fourth Sunday in July. merchandise at the store, a returned to their home in short while later, she was Cleveland, Ohio. The Gutwir- notified that she had won the th's had been in this area do- $50 Gift- Certificate for mer- ing some painting. chandise. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Bush took Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bennett their little grandson home have been busy entertaining Saturday, he had been visiting for a couple of weeks. His the Bushes for a couple of brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs+ weeks. Buddy Bennett and Mrs. Ben- Mrs. Betty Hardman, Rev. 4.,, L__ nett's mother, Mrs. Lonia and Mrs. Alfred Hickman and Daniels of Alexander City, son Jason went to see Mrs. I1 Alabama, the Bennett's two Loretta Fox, who is a patient in i-,. Pleasant daughters Sherry Bennett of the Horn Nursing Home in Atlanta, Georgia, Shelia Wooster, Ohio. They spent the Howes Lauderdale of Birmingham, night with Mrs. Fox's daughter to urg, be held at the m Point CUStom Observ. their Melanie Lynn Howes Alabama, Mrs. Helen Baer of and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lincicome, of Wooster. McCarney on duty Chip and Cissy Zinn, children of Mr. and Mrs. Frank in Mediterranean z+nn are spending a couple of weeks with Grandpa Yeager, in Navy Lt. Patrick L. McCart- Akron, Ohio. ney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Jim Hogue who has been S. McCartney of Glenville, is nearly down with a cold, went currently assigned to duty with to see his doctor Tuesd&y, and the U.S. Sixth Fleet in the got a prescription, so now Mediterranean Sea. feeling better. McCartney is assigned to Mrs. Leona Hardman and Attack Squadron 95, based atdaughters Beth and Peggy the Whidbey Island Naval Air Station, Oak Harbor, Washington. His unit is cur- rently embarked aboard the air- craft carrier USS America, operating as a unit of the U.S. Sixth Fleet Missions of the Sixth Fleet are to protect U.S. Citizens, shipping and interests in the Mediterranean; to deter ag- gression against our Western grand- late to Florida college been During her two years, Lisa European allies by maintaining 1. will have the opportunity to mobile striking forces; to pro- Work in fashion shows in mote peace and stability in the Will Miami, one of the three largest Mediterranean area, and to " g fashion apparel manufacturing create goodwill for the United centers in the world. Field States. trips throughout Florida and During the deployment, his Study tours in Europe and the squadron will participate in Orient are also on her College various training exercises with SChedule at International. other Sixth Fleet units and Miss Coffman is the those of allied nations. Port daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle visits are scheduled in several T. Coffman of Glenville and is Mediterranean coastal cities. a graduate of Gilmer County High School. HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE The District Seven Depart- ment of Highways maintenance program for Gilmer County tentatively SCheduled for the week of July 23 to 27 is as follows: Ditching and blading on County Route 119/2 (Wolf Pen and Spruce Road) and County Route 7/6 (Jessie s Run Road). Pothole repair with asphalt and aggregate on State Rou'es 47 and-18.- Pothole repair with hot mix on County Route 50 (Steer Run Road). Mowing on State Routes 5 and 18 and County Route 23 (Frametown.Rosedale Road). Dressing ditches on County Route 1 (Grassy Run Road), County Route 8 (Horn Creek Road) and County Route 54 (O'Brien Fork Road). DRIVE-IN THEATRE Gassaway, WV A 1965 graduate of Glenville High School, and a 1969 graduate of Glenville State College, with a Bachelor of Arts degree, McCartney joined the in April 1971. Frt. thru Thur. July 20- 26 FASTBACK Rated PG Plus HANOVER STREET ,,,rim, I Thurs. - Fri. -- Sat. July 26-27-28 Sun. - Mon. - Tues. July 29-30-31 | Srlack Bar will open at 6:00I inch evening and will be openl mine hours the movie runs.I +ovle will begin at 9:00 p.m. I M}. Zion, WV | have been visiting Mrs. Betty Hardman, while Leona was go- ing to school at the Glenville State College. The cats were watching something very closely, in the backyard, last week, which we thought was a lizzard, but when it got a little closer, so we could really see it, it was a copperhead, but it didn't last long after Jim got hold of a hoe. Quick, Courteous Service ONo Waiting In Line eOpen When You Need Us 7 Days A Week SAVE WITH OUR WEEKLY SPE( LAYS POTATO + CHIPS 2 or DIET PEPSI * 1 IB Reg. 89c ........... ,, , ALA Vienna Sausage l . " Paper Towels So,. 2 Jt_Q Prices Effective i~,~ .~ Roll ~dlW~ Thru Jul 31 ~ r~.o~ _..) START YOUR OAY WITH A CUP OF HOT COFFEE AT GO-MART! 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NOW $3.99 Polyester Material 60"-Reg. $2.29 ................. NOW $1.99 one group Polyerster 60"-Reg. $1.98 ................. NOW 50 Kitchen Prints 45"-Reg. $2.29 ...................... NOW $1.89 Seersucker- Reg. $2.98 ............................ NOW $2.49 55/35 Prints- Reg. $2.19 ........................... NOW $1.79 Permanent Press Prints-Reg. $1.79 ................ NOW $1.59 one group Polyester - Reg. $1.98 ................... NOW $1.79 C;leaviBe WV Grantsville WV Telephone 364-5143 July 25-26-27 BLVD. (R) =ACH (R) July 28 (R) BY MOMENT (R) MARS (R) E SISTERS July 29 i .OmE.T (.!....j / ' i,il :i