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6 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder August 5, 1976 by Nedra Alltop Mr. and Mrs. Edward Minney. Eddie, Cindy. Lois and Bryce Smith from Elyria, Ohio visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moss and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Minney the week of July 18-25, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Reed and Pauletta and Mr. and Mrs. Tim Dobbins from Grafton, Ohio recently spent a week visiting friends and relatives in this area. Roger and Marina Stewart and family attended the gospel stag at Mt. Nebo, July 24-25. Donna Dobbins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dobbins of Grafton, Ohio and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leamon Moss is spending a few weeks visiling relatives and friends in Normantown. Gary and Wilton Goodrich's trailer was destroyed by fire Tuesday evening, July 26. The trailer caught fire on the previous Saturday evening. Dallas Goodrich put the fire out before much damage was done. But apparently the power wasn't turned 212 Main Street, Glenville, West Virginia 26351 OnrB41x Cbtll off and it caught fire again on Tue.qday and was totally destroyed. Wallace Stewart and boys from 5outhgates. Mich. visited Grace Stewart recently. Wallace is a son of Grace's. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Riffle and son, Myron, recently visited Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Perrine while they were on vacation. The Riffles live at Dearborn Heights, Mich. Brent Stewart is working for the United Engineers at St. Marys. He formerly worked in Midland, Tex. The Normantown Girls Softball team won their first game Friday, July 23, when they played Sand Fork on the Normantown Field. However, they lost their second game against Glenville on cards, flowers, and visits were appreciated. Cox's Mills By Thelma Shacldeford Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Adams were Thelma Gregg of Burnthouse: Mrs. Patty Adams. Patricia and Stephanie of Elyria, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Post Adams of Chesapeake, W. Va.; Claud Adams of Linn; Wade Adams of Harrisville and Allen Elder of Parkersburg. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mick were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Perdue, Penny and Paul of Trenton, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stutler of St. Mrs. ]uanita Finke and daughter of Ohio have been visiting Nellie Allman. Juanita is the former Juanita Allman. Mr. and Mrs. Billie Townsend of Akron. Ohio and Mrs. Glennis Townsend of Cox's Mills were visiting in Clarksville, Tenn., also at Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ware, Noel Ware and Debbie Waters were visiting Dacel Ware in Parkersburg. Mr. a were at West l Mr. and Mike. Haywardl and Lorena Gassaway Mr. and and Craig spending a Eldrige Law and Mrs. page GIGANTIC SAV AT JAMES DEPARTMENT the Kanawha Drive Field Tuesday, July Albans, W. Va.; Mrs. Gladie Hoffman 27. of Atlanta, Ca.; Mr. and Mrs. Carl $13 000 O0 Roy Alltop who underwent Mick of 21 Palms, California and Goldie y surgery Monday, July 26, at the St. Mick and Thelma Short of Weston, W. Joseph's HospitalinParkersburg has Va. STOCK REDUCTION recovered from surgery quite weLL. ALl We extend our sympathy to the Clarence Minor children, on the death of their father. In Fuji Swing Mrs. Pauline Butcher has been a patient in the Union Protestant "'WE'RE ON THE Hospital in Clarksburg, where she underwent surgery. We wish her a GRANTSVILLE speedy recovery. GROUND 79 GROUND CHUC.q L| 99" BEEF LIVER 39 = BOX CHICKEN FAJIILY PACI CUT-UP FtY WHOLE FRYERS 45 55" 53" ,:::; ....:,:::::: .:. : .:::i .... ;' . LB LEG OR BREAST QUARTERS SLAB (CENTER CUT) "'T 99" IJI ,-, 79" T""S 6 9 CLOVERDALE BOL (SLICED) (CNUNIO men oFO,$1 VIENNA SAUSAGE, .00 STAR lIST TUNA ,., 2 FOR 99 D/AL BAR SOAP sF' $1.00 REYNOLDS EXTRA HEAVY DUTY FOIL ..,, 89 OAKEN KE6 SWEET PICKLES 32 OZ AJAX CLEANSER ,,oz ,,o, $1.00 "" .... COOKING SAUCE . oz /OJION PLANTERS CHARCOAL LIGHTER,,o" 291- DRY ROASTED PEANUTS ,,oz 89 t i nnnnll! r. SPECIALS---THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY pm=mmmmmmmmm mmwmuw T Y T __:,.,_..,...,-._..L.... PRICES GOOD AT GLENVILLE AND RO S ORES ..u. , -.... = ,! 'Vk |E/'g),, ! .A.U. l PLUMS 49, , i, ,0 . DINNERS " I //  v,\\; ! c.,cm r/ a f 2r IAEAT LOA GREEN BEANS ,L, $1.001 // | ,,,,,,,,, J #|  I t q TURKEY !ii TOMATOES 89 f" ,. i, [ F0-, GREAT, DAKOTA HEARTH CANTALOUPES :o, i IAMIS]X,\\; "  v //I FROZEN BREAD ""* ,,, // ,,o,v,, 9900i i ___.  O -' ,I YRLUrO : NECTERINES '" 89 l EAST MAre ST" )/'OCEg " GL'NvtLL' l l 9 A.M.-9 P.M. MONDAY THROUGH I '