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Free Pap tests at Health Department August 7, 1975 The, Glenville l~m~rat/Pathfinder 9 Shriners treat area children to circus Under the auspices of Dr. N.H. Dyer, the Gilmer County free "Pap" test clinic will be held in the State Health Department's Mobile Unit at the County Health Department parking lot, August 26-28. Clinic hours are 9-11:30 a.m. and 1-3:30 p.m. Appointments are not necessary. The 'Pap" test will be given in the privacy of the unit by a local doctor and nurse, and will be read by technicians in Charleston. Results of the test will be returned to the county health department and will at all times be treated confidentially. If a ' ' -'~ ~t * complication is found, notification will , ,+ I~ J ~ " be made within two or three weeks. L ~== ~ I ,=~ The purpose of the test is to detect 4 ~ " i = ~ ~ ~ uterine cancer at an early curable .~" " il ~ i~l[m stage. If detected before spreading : :+- 4~, ? ~ -1. ,. . ~ ~ ~1r "'uterine cancer is almost 100 percent ": ~.;+ -- _.~ ~I~- ~_ m " .~ ~ ~ '+ " curable." It is recommended that all .~ +- .J+', f~ll . ~ " ~. ~i . =,---,, k women over 18 years of age have a 2 "'" J L t + "- * :, Cancer Crusade seeks Ii&! |, I } t| d , loads to matck '75 foal R : I 3~3 ; GlenvJ]]e Shrine. sponsored Youth Opportuni!y campers at Shrine Circus in -- . ; i I i | - _ always reached or The Gilmer County Shriners Club,The Welfare Department provided organized in April sponsored 68 Youth five volunteers from their staff and the Opportunity cam'p~rs at a Shrinebus was provided by the Gilmer County Circus on July 30 at Clarksburg.School Board. . In keeping with the volunteer spirit. Shriners Ray Cam bell Delmer sandwiches and other refreshments P , Somervige. Fred Killin~sworth. Gaff were contributed by Kanawha Summers, James Singleton. Russell Kanawha Union Bank. Community Thomoson and Iam Mc t Market Pioneer Grocery and Sayres =t "'g lions of 130 pounds of sugar into butter- Each senior group prepared food Glenn Kirkpatrick or Betty White, _ . es Car nay , _ thrill of the enough to give a quart each to 273and a day's program during the week. Baldwin, WV 26326 or left with Mrs. donated their circus tickets for the Little Giant. children many of whom had o Ray Campbell served as bus driver ~.~ior Citizens persons attending Acording to campers. Gilmer seniors Davis at Kanawha , never + from six counties the Herbert E. the uzens Camp one-week session provided heaps of southern fried Union Bank. seen a circus, o tot the children. at.,_~ 26-member Senior citizens from RoanehonoPofCalhoun chicken on thei- day the For Area ~C" ~.gs over counties'Wlrt' Rltchie,attendedJaCksonthe cam.Sac] GzLmerEach In addition. ...... 20 residents of Spencer DAB Uai, Proposed ~.r=.y Away." group was given a day in their State Hospital were my|Be to ~eamP, which care residents. For many, the summer Daughters of the American Revolution I I 'mrViews with Area seniors helped pay their way to camp is their only outing of the year is being proposed, to cover Gflmer. i For Back To School | "- camp several weeks ag with an and a rare pprtunity t meet and Calhun and Wirt cunties I /,-% ,~@'~'~ ~0,/% J r~ Converted old-fashioned cake walk and box lunch socialize with new friends. Prospective members must be able to 'P~.. ~Plesauce and social, furnish evidence of at least one .................. ............................................................. ancestor s md tary serwce dunng the ........................................... ......... .. ......-....-+. -+--++-+.-:----+;-..-.: .......... : .................... -.--.............. e+lu.oo "++. ++ .'s % ++ - Hu,,hes Hohda,, Au". i The chapter would support histori- Carnal antar tn nnpn hera ~ + cal projects and collect historical dataI ~ ! .-,.,vz...ms .. ~...~.mm .... The month-long Hughes River of the region. Persons interested in James Department St0 | Holiday runs from August 1 throuRh joining the chapter should contact I We're "'On The Square" | =,= ..=. i ~,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ | ~ IL"m I~ September 1. Some week day Mrs. Kenneth Hall, Sand Ridge, West ) [~ ~ ~ ~F ~= | L ~ r~ | rml I~ festivities are included but most Virginia, 25274, or phone 655-8992.i Grantsville I '1" = = ~ -- .... transpire during weekends with ~ I ~ ~ . ~ ~ ~ ~,~,~ ~ . . J t r " opus each week's Glenville Democrat ................................ .... ca ravels pageantry and contests - all + 141OllllllllN~14~llllllllil~lllllllllel4k + . ' ....... are avadable at Commumty Super Market, " centermg arouno me riugnes rwer Summers Pharmacy The Grill Conrad's 1 ..... ~ Valley communities of Harrisville. Motel, GSC Bookstore, and Gilmer ~+ +~ ~ Cairo. Ellenboro and Pennsboro. Grap~.s. ,~c. CTION SALE i + +i mu + Carpenter, Electricians, Painting Saturday, August 16, 1975 j +;Ji Heatin8 C ditio-mS | Sale Time: 9:30 A.M. | Jobs Esfimat Or Contracted rrm Minim, [ The Estate of th.e late | "=== ads and Avah Snnons | CAN YOU wORK WITHOUT SUPERVISION.) ! Located 2 miles nort of t +.0 +-++ +..**++ 'i 1 protected territory an exclusive llne? I Jane Lew, in Lewis County We need a man r wman t sell full line f Adverti in8 I [ on Route 19 i ...... Specialities, Calendars and Gifts in the Glenviile area. Must I %er, with s4m T-ke at new lace of busin be able to plau own time and to work with minimum of I y p ass. . W .......... supervismn. The exclusive calendar line, including 1976 I ;EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS: Ford farm tractor .,-mower, lime spreader, doubleI eston "'+we'll also move furniture ant] . . idaC in lanL ~disk, double plow, 8 hp. ride mower, (electric start); wooden sled+ hay rake+ ~'~illoVena vacumn the floor coverin~ after Bzcentenmal editions are man tured our own p | +~ar s Ca rpet inMallation." said the i968 gra~luat-eof The Advertising SpecialS/Line is one of the most estenslve | !shovel plow. scoop, anvil, horse harness, halters, saddles, asst. garden tools, I shovels, corn planter, pitchforks, hay pole. chains, V~ hp electric planer,; ~t d on "" Lewis. County H.S.. . . . in the mdustry. | ICraflsman electric table saw, electric drill, electric jigsaw, wheel barrow, .,_ ~i. roster's motto ts "our arm zs to ~M..~,. n,.k u,,v,~..;, mot,. Sano-er The Tho . D i "~ ~lf ,,,,o o...0+. ...... ., ,.+. ....~ ........+....+ .....= ..-Ju ,....-o-..~, ~.=-... -a , !chaLns, woven wire, barbwire, asst. hammers, hacksaws, square, wire I brushes, renches, cutoffs, solder ~rons, leather markers, pliers, punches, tin ~ I:msLn-'~s;~o~s c"an mal~e+ a;;~nt~zen~for Murphy Co. 120 So. Second St., Red Oak. lows 51566. ! ' w ~.~n. .._ a / ' ' '""'' " )sm~ vise grips scythe meat saw planers seed sower, tree trimmer axes, a~onday estimates during the day or in the ,,, ,,, evening ' " ....... " ' ' ;iron posts, wooden posts. aluminum extension ladder, wooden ladder. | I years Office telephone numbers are. in assorted lumber. I I ;HOUSI~OLD ITEMS: Bedroom suite, baby bed w-mattress, bookcase, hall 1 ,~ ae~s, has Weston+ 269-4166. and in GlenviUe. ~~fT~~+~g] hool in 462-8737. tra:-" ls P/eased l ;trees, asst. stands. Zenith TV. 7 pc. Dinette, couch and chair, Asst. platform maR, ............. .... .... ..- l i rockers" + " pup,+.. .: : +i #l to I U stalling :If ' not : --+ Present...,i + + ,i md bard : you re : --- ...... - with : . m ' sztdFoster **covered bv a + BEAUTIFUL PORTRAITS I I Antique and Collectables " , nsion " " IN NATURAL LIVING COLOR ! li =, :. .: ]+ _ I I GLASS: Carnival glass; Marigold - Grape-Footed, Marigold - Orange Tree -~ ='. . pro ram... . ++ +++ +++ ++++ 4R -- I + footed, ast. Psc. in Blue- Green and amber, Golden Thread Cypress- footed, l " t + ~ " " ' Y ~ ' 'i U : Metropolitan : ql i asst Depression glass" Amethyst Cobalt Blue Rub Red Pink Yellow Crysta,, Havfland China, Art glass vase Hobnail Shirley Temple pitcher asst "'" : - : "" I i I ecs. Bisque. asst. Gas light shades+ Mountaineer Lady and Man, John ~tenr;i U - :" as one :" i I bottle, asst, compotes, spittoon, lanterns, ml S :for you. : "E I I + + #i i : B i I Ft~: alnut corner cabinet (Approx. 8') Two brass beds drop-leaft ~i n : Yes, we can help you build ? ~i;~(: :~ i tables, round Oak tables, child's high chair, folds down; Old wood'beds. Oak -' 11 . , your f nancial secur ty ; + C O M PLETE I i washstands, Walnut card table, Gateleg tables. Secretary, organ stool. Queen~! . : even if you dent have a : ~,~ ~ t.M ITH ! ~ Anne Walnut China cabinet lot asst chairs to be refinished wall phones and : v w .=.. ~1 i~1 : pension plan available to : TH IS A D I asst. pcs. for phones, psc, marble, asst. Beveled mirrors. Empire chest- needs I ill -- ' : With a Metropolitan Indi- : Hondlin I ~NEOUS: Cider press, dinner bell W/stand Brass hanes, collectioni ++ Ill ~ lillr~Hi~l :: vidUalyou canRetirementdefer taxesPrgrameach :: Ch rgeg III I bunnies, hanging light, asst. lamps, asst quilts, tapestry, crocks, Blue Mason ~ : year on up to 15% of your : IA Regula;] ! I jars, bottles, wood lathes, school desks, copper boiler, wheat cradle, milk| : income or $1,500, which- : i $ 20 oo I i cans, flat Irons, iron teakettle, iron kettle. L. : ever is less and put this : ~~~__ ~;+]~ I V Luet ! I / ; ~ b0 ." income to work to set up : ~ .~ i a . ] I CLOCKS: lngerham.Lionhead case, Sessions Mantle~himes+ Mantel clock -I I~, tllll : your own retirement fund. : ONE 8x l0 NATURAL LIVING COLOR PORTRAIT ! o Porcelain W-cupids, electrified: Ingerham-Mantel-8 day, clock. / -" : Call me and let's talk : Minors mull be accompanied by o potent. Only one advertised i GUNS: Two 20 Gauge - Single. one 12 Gauge, single. / | .= about it. : o#ter per subject and one per tomily every three months+ Groups I I~ -" " $1 .00 extra per person, ! _ Hunter B Bull, Jr. . .===~r~ I'MI~: An TO OUR PHOTOGRAPHER i Mm~y other item too numerous to ment~-n. / ~ e 813 Grand Centre! Avenue Net responsible ~ accidents. | ~q 1 I V,enr a, w va 2e OS . I available. | "" "1 ; O+,+ce (30~) 295-4561 : MONDAY AUGUST 11 HOURS: 1-71 _ ~ Iit ;JMl. Resdence (304)295-5353 . O| ! Tenm~: C~lh | -' W.t. ": i CONIAD NOTIL I Executrixes: Cb . BuUey and Sibyl Gre~r,. | Auctioneer: Col. Joe F. King - Alum BHdge. WV t t Uetropohtam Lde+. New Yd,~, N+Y ; Bri~e Grandparents in for a Free 8 x 10 Color pro.trait oF ~M I + oooooO ~" i J i