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i i 8 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder August 7, 1975 Spurgeon receives lO.year certificate Oral R. Spurs.on is presented 10-year ASCS certificate, commemorating his committee service, by Mary Lou Reese. county executive director, looking on are Ores Collins and Adren Jones, committee members. AUGUST 16, 1975 OKEY BARTON RESIDENCE NOR~MANTOWN WV 12:00 NOON Refrigerator: Range: Heating Stove {2); Tables (2); Utility table: Electric Heater: Hassock: Sofa: Recliner; Chairs {5}; Bed W/ Springs; Fan; Wheelbarrow and Other Tools: China Cabinet; Spinning Wheel; Dishes: Maytag Washer. TERMS: CASH NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS REUNIONS ADAMS The annual family reunion was held July 20 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Adams of Cox's Mills. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Warner of Harrisville: Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Greenlief, Melissa and Russell II of Harrisville: Mr. and Mrs. Glennard Adams of Cox's Mills: Mr. and Mrs. Junior Beall and Jennifer of Mineral Wells: Mr. and Mrs. Glendell Adams of Chesapeake, 04 Mrs. Larry Adams, Teresa and Stephanie of Elyria, O.: Mr. Claude Adams, Tim. Terry and Ezretta of Limn: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams of Parkersburg: Mr. Eugene Adams, Morris and Bobby of Salem: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Radabaugh of Elyria, O.; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Adams, Tany and Tamara of Elyria, O.; Mrs. Margareta Patton, Charlene and Sammy of Harrisville; Mrs. Cecil Jones, Deidra and Stacy of Harrisville; Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. Hatfield, Lois, Nancy, Sharon and Dennis of Parkersburg: Randy Ware of Walker: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams and Donna of HarrisviUe; Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Adams, Boy and Both of Parkersburg; Mrs. Maxine Elder. Kevin and Pam of Parkersburg: Willis Keister of Akron. O.; Mrs. Ersel Swisher of Clarksburg; Mrs. Nelda Boll, Barbara, Becky, Buddy and Buffy of Clarksburg; Mrs. Barbara Wyckoff, Kim, Lisa, Jamey and John Paul of Clarksburg: Mrs. Bruce Kuhar of Clarksburg; Mr. and Mrs. Mason Adams and Ronnie of West Union: Mrs. Bonnie Farnsworth of Weston; and Mrs. Emoline Snider of Parkersburg. NORMANTOWN H.S. The Normantown High School Class of 1958 reunion was held at the school on July 26. Twelve classmates attended: Mr.and Mrs. Wendell Beall of Cedarville: Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Collins and children of Glenville; Mr. and Mrs. Bill (Radene Gherke) Kuhl and children of Walker; Mr. and Mrs. Harold (Carolyn Fisher) Cottrell, Mr.and Mrs. George Reaser and children, beth from Vermilion, O.: Mrs. Linn Mcclain of Ravenswood; Kenny Collins and daughter of Washington: Mr. and Mrs. Randall {Wanda Stump) Vannoy of Virginia Beach, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stump and children of Olmsted Falls. O.; and Mr. and Mrs. Rondall Allen and children of Weston. The only teacher who attended was Rex Hardman of Glenville. Everyone enjoyed the evening by getting reacquainted and exploring the school. Many hadn't been back since graduation. The next reunion is planned for 1978. VAN HORN The ninth annual reunion of the W.T. Van Horn family will be held at the Gilmer County Recreation Center on August 10. commencing at I p.m. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. SIVflTH The annual Smith Family reunion will be held atCedar Creek State Park on Sunday, August 10. Relatives and friends of the late Jacob F. Smith and Louisa Lonestreet Smith are invited to attend the all-day gathering. THERE'S LOW PRICED WESTERN THE WEAR AT... + +'.*o++~ ~ +%% \ Back To-School Lxyaway Hours 10-9 Daily 12-6 Sunday / West 2rid Street, Westoa WESTERN BELTS 3.29-3.79 WESTERN BUCKLES 1.98 Western WOOL FELT HATS SAND OR BLACK 5.49 Western STRAW HATS NATURAL 4.98 WESTERN SHIRTS Short sleeve polyester/cotton western styled shirts. Two front pockets, imitation pearl snap front. Choose from plaids, florals or solids with embroidered front. WRANGLER DENIM JEANS Super tough.--- "14 oz. plus denim jeans. Proportioned fit for extra comfort. WRANGLER JACKETS Slim fitting "14 oz. plus" blue denim unlined jackets. by acme Men's all leather snoot boot with lined shaft & long wearing pinseal sole. Sizes 7 to 12 D WRANGLER DENIM SHIRTS e cut shirt with stern double & snap front. BLACKBURN CHURCH A tiomeco~ning of the Blackburn The United Methodist Church will be held reunion Sunday, August 17, beginning at 10:30 at the a.. with a worship and song service. All A picnic lunch will be served at attend. noon. The afternoon will be spent with the awarding of prizes, a business meeting, and special singing. Speaker for the afternoon will be the Rev. Everett Mills who is the church's pastor. Everyone is welcome and a special invitation is extended to any singing The group who would like to attend, held at The will be RecreatiOn August 10. COLLINS are invited Descendants of Lon and Lou Johns Collins will hold their annual reunion at the Arbuclde Park, Sunday, August 17. A picnic lunch will be served at noon. followed by a short business meeting. Prizes will be awarded. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. WARE-BROWN The annual Ware-Brown Family reunion will be held Sunday, August 17 at the home of Hallie Wilson, Tanner. All relatives and friends are invited to attend and bring a picnic lunch. The descendants of James Ma~eny will hold their annual family reunion Sunday, August 17, at Jackson's Mills. BUSH The Arley and Waldo Bush family reunion will be held Sunday, August 31 at Cedar Creek State Park. All relatives and friends are invited to attend. basket Persons Family Creek Mr. and Berry of Ball B. Morris Mr. and daughter Parsons Reed, all Lowan Columbus, Clowser O.: Mr. French Cart and Mrs. Joe Mr. of Glenville. Next last park. of A and held in Floor of The Thomas Heller, Wllkerson. The Heller with the Corps. a FREE ~nd In the aflm'noon Horxe ~mws ~II 9 dny~ 5 clays of racing. Wg name 8tam for edayL Lewisburg- onceverte 15-23 GARTON REAL ESTATE INC. BROKER Serving Tt' Real Estate Needs of Gilrrer, Lewis, Braxton, Upshur, and Harrison Counties. Pt~.~r'e 269-1527 421 MAIN AVE. WI STON, WV 26452 services a shortage Wilkerso dentists in I The Mr~o Mrs. White. The 11 W.Va. Inc. will be Ramada to Phyllis The general business. attending For ins women tic Womea ATTENTION BUSINESSMENN. NOW YOU OAt/GET including: BASIC HOSPITAL MEDICAL "SICK PAY" INSURANCE for your lf -- family -- families. There ae employees required to plans. Even a two-man and enjoy the same low rates ploying hundJ sl SotJnd for FREE FACTS, including yourself. No Obllgat BENEFIT TRUST INS Sam W. Hays, 0./t. Phone: 29. t988 Vienr Yes.~t'd like FREE FACTS m~ your businesses. NAME ADDRESS CITY / i PHONE ii