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10 The Glenvllle Democrat/Pathfinder August 5, 1976 CHOW TIME - After everyone had their fill of playing they lined up to fill themselves with food. Pictured in the photo above are the recreation site supervisors for Normantown and Sand Fork. They are [L-R] Roberta Conrad, Nelda Alltop, Lucy Putnam, Rick Carr and Larry Norman. [Democrat Photo] WITH THE GREATEST OF EASE - Several boys chose to Fork last Thursday night. play some basketball during the night's festivities at Sand [Democrat photo] PEN MONEY With a checkbook you can carry any sum of money safely. Your own signature is your security. And your cancelled checks are proof that bills are paid. Open a checking ac- count. No minimum balance. 00,Union e Glenvme, I Large crowd on hand for Sand Fork fun If the response of Sand Fork and crowd turned out for a night of Normantown is any indication, then recreation and good food. Mike the summer recreation program The agencies are operating Carr and sponsored by the Gilmer County recreation sites in GlenviUe, Sand The Welfare Department. the Board of Fork, Tanner, Troy and Normantown. direction Education, and Community Action The sites are supervised by high school and Agency is a success, and college students. The youth Directors of the program held a workers from the Community Action picnic and girls' softball game at Sand Association are: Arley Bush, Mary The Fork last Thursday night. A large Wiseman, Janet James, Roberta each Conrad, Nelda Alltop and Lucy The s Putnam. The welfare department tion. Opening Aug. 3 Tues. thru Sat. Evenings by Appt. Gene's Barbershop J ust Remodeled UNISEX SALON Blowcuts Coloring Barbering Permanents I 462"8309 I 0 WNERS and OPERA TORS Gene and Edith Ellyson a/so employed Betty Hewitt formerly with: Fashionette Beauty Salon, Parkersburg Merchant of Venus, Parkersburg A Man's Place [Barber Shop] Parke rsburg Plxxw-88 Main Street - Glenville A SHOESTRING CATCH - Arbutus Lowther, pitcher for Sand gets a glove on the ball as she makes a great catch. [Democrat WESTONWV 3 DAY SPECIAL CA]00 00'VAS AUGUST 5-6-7 STORE HOURS 8- 10 MON. THRU SAT. 10-6 SUNDAY ,tlebsses Festival Sept 23.25 The West Fork Community Action group will again sponsor the Molasses Festival in Arnoldsburg, Sept. 23-25. The festival was first held in 1968 and is now held annually on the last weekend of September. The festival includes old time molasses making, craft exhibits {some for sale), county 4-H exhibits, Junior Fair exhibits, country music program, crowning of the Molasses King and Queen, a pancake and sausage supper, a country dinner, commercial exhibits and recreational activities. A hand-made Bicentennial quilt will be displayed at the '76 Festival and auctioded to the highest bidder on Sept. 25. The Bice:'tennial celebration and the cooperative efforts of local citizens will be depicted in the quilt design. AT YOUR HOME Write 1 ARLIE AYERS or KENNETH WHIPKEY | GrantsviUe, WV 26147 | L.----.---=I r-'TZ700'00 I '-'---" i Storm Ers, al .mma or I white finish w3th Safety 1 Glass. Storm Windows, aluminum or white finish. Awnings, eight colors, any | S?;EE ESTIMATES MADE | Festival. portray part of Virginia For Deward Q War 11 for a A - disability when the HoweVer, be met. wartime worth get a than o A  eligibility tion has any the manta a gram  reclai solutiO MOO MOBILE H Rt. 33-119 -- 4 miles west A Complete Selection of ( 12-wides and modular on Each home fully displayed shopping OPEN FRIDAY TIL 8:08 Member of W.Va. Mobile