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~-Page 4---The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder--Thursday, August 8, 1991 Turner brings home first-place ENJOY MORE AFFORDABLEINSURANCE We Also Buy and Trade for Good Used Guns Save with Nationwide's & Car Discount! Insure both your home and car with Nationwide, and get a special money saving discount on your homeowners insurance AND another money-saving discount on your auto insurance Call today Glenvdle KENNETH FOGLESONG 31 Fairground RCl 462-41334 0 NA DE INS URA ICE Wilderness Lounge . of new Bow Hunting Supplies in stock now! Several new bows including: Darton, Golden Eagle and Pearson. Bring that old bow in - we trade! We mount and bore sight scopes and slings. ! 30 TRACTORS NEW AND USED!! HERE'S A PARTIAL LIST Bolens 23HP Hydro Shaft Drive with 54" Mower Bolens 19HP Hydro Shaft Drive with 48" Mower (Like New) Bolens 18HP 4 Speed With 42" Mower (Like New) Bolens 17 HP Hydro Shaft Drive with 48" Mower (Like New) Belens 16 HP Hydro Shaft Drive with 42" Mower Bolens 11HP Articulated Rider with 42" Mower (Repo) Bolens 12 HP Rear Eng Rider with 36' Mower (Like New) Bolens 8HP Rear Eng Rider with 28" Mower and Bagger John Deere 10 hp with mower Gravely Walk Behind with Saulkee, Dual Wheel, Cultivator, Plow Ford, 16HP Hydro with Loader, Mower and Cab Cunningham's Knife & Gun Shop Phil Cunnm ham, O vner (,ienvdle, WV Ford 12HP 4 Speed with Mower, Tiller, Snow Blade Ford 10HP Lawn Tractor with Mower Cub Cadet 10HP Hydro Shaft Drive with Mower, Blade, Sleeve Hitch Sears 16HP 4 Speed with Mower We also have Jacobsen, Montgomery Wards, Turf Trac, Taro and lots more WE HAVE OVER 25 HAND MOWERS!! NEW AND USED!! Lawn-Boy Electric Start Self Propelled Lawn-Boy Self Pr lled and Push Models Bolens Self Propelled and Push Models-Mulching Mowers & Baggers Many other various brands//// ---- --I ! WE HAVE OVER 10 ROTOTILLERS.. Several Troy Bilt Tillers 5, 6 and 8HP one with electric start We also have some Row-Hoe's and Gilson rear tine tillers WE HAVE OVER 15 STRING TRIMMERS VARIOUS BRANDS!! Green Machine, Lawn-Boy, Homelite, Weed Eater and others CHAINSAWS?? WE HAVE OVER 25 USED SAWS - Homelite, Echo, Poulan, Husqvama, Johnson Red, and others! plus SNOWTHROWERS have an assortment of attachments to fit aolens, Ford. Gravely, Cub Cadet, Dynamark, and others, 3 pt.'Hitch Attachments "S~n=n~ tb= al~ to acuWt oa rn~_ =ny or'n bid= equ~mem eoid bd~ mu~doL ~ ared~ bdom day o( ~ Financing Available LAWN -b, 'G A"""R" D i Rt. 33 1 Mi. W. of Elkim, Crystal Springs 636-5700 hy from Ohio track meet Caleb Turner Caleb Turner recently trav- eled to Lorain County, Ohio, to participate and bring home a first place trophy in a K.E.E.P. 5K promotional run. Caleb is a Gilmer County High School freshman from Normantown. He learned of the Keystone Educational Endow- ment Program 5K run in a news- paper article white hc was in Ohio attending the Regional Track Meet which the local Little Kanawha Track Club par- ticipated in. The 5K run, which was spon- sored by Calvin Smith Builders, took place in LaGrange, Ohio, July 27 and encompassed many of the town's side streets as well as Main Street. There were ap- proximately 150 to 160 people, which included some cross country clubs people, entered in the race from all age groups who all ran together at the same time. Caleb took first place in the 15 years and under age group which included about 16 run- net's, and he placed 28th overall of the approximately 160 en- trants which included all the other age groups. The other age groups consisted of 16 to 20 years, 20 to 25 years, 25 to 35 years, 35 to 55 years and 55 years and older. This was the first of what is to be an annual event in LaGrange, and when some of the officials and partici- pants learned that Caleb had traveled the distance he had from Gilmer County, West Vir- ginia, especially to take part in their race, they enthusiastically invited him back for next year's race to defend his title. Caleb recently brought home two first place medals and two second place medals from the W.V. State Track Meet held at Glenville this year. More re- cently he broke some L.K.T.C. records at the Regional Track Meet held at Baldwin Wallace College in Bcrca, Ohio. Caleb started out in track and has run four years under the su- pervision and coaching of the fa- ther-daughter team Don and Mona Beamer who head up the local L.K.T.C. Caleb also spent time this past spring running for the Gilmer County Middle School track team. Caleb is the youngest of two sons of Elder David and Connie Turner of Normantown and a grandson of Leamon and Ruth Turner, also of Normantown, and Charles and Wilda Jenkins of Columbia Station, Ohio. Tanner NeWS/Lenora Collins 462-8786 Well, we got some more showers last night and this morning enough to wet the ground good on top. 1 guess every little shower helps. The grass is beginning to get green again. We went to the Minney reunion today. There was a nice crowd turned out. Some new ones came that had not been there before. Of Roy Collins family there were five generations there--Roy, his daugh- ter Marie, her son Roy Even, his daughter Kimberly, and her daugh- ter Jessie. We were so glad they could all be there. They were all from the Akron area. The new family got moved into our little house next door. They got the gas turned on. and the electric is On and they got a telphone put in. The lady says she likes it over there and plans to stay. They got some work done on the Trace Fork Road and plan to do some more graveling and work on a low bridge across the creek at the Pennzoil station. I have been busy this week so I haven't talked to many ofthe shut- ins this week. Irene Hague was holding her own when I talked to her last. Brenda Fergerson is still home but not improving much. Anyone who would like to send her a card or a note of cheer would help her pass the time, when she knows some one cares. Wilma Jean Capps took her mother Louella Williams and Wilma's husband Ed to the doctor for a check-up last Thursday. Her truck broke down so now it is sit- ting idle. Sue McCarmey takes them in case of an emergency. Dorothy and Bobby Kight stopped in to see us a few minutes today. Gilmer Public Library has once again broken tion records! During the month of July 4, 198 out, while 3,596 were checked in. On the really significant statistics can be revealed by to hours of operation and man hours expended. During the month, the librarT was open for 2021 man hours expended. This equates to 20.78 one every 2.89 minutes. Further breakdown reveals hours expended" side of the ledger, we logged hour, or one every 4.8 minutes. When one combines check-outs and check-ins, fcrred to as transactions. Consequently, during J~ tered 7,794 transactions which equates to one every 1.55 minutes. In man hour comparisonS, 23.2 transactions per hour, or one every 2.59 The significance of these statistics is that valves much more than the simple example, the books returned must all be need help in locating a book they wish to checkOUt, ordered, new ones must be entered on the searches must be made on the computer to verifY circulation status, etc., etc. Somehow, we find copies for patrons, to manage to do finances and straighten shelves, to weed out non- lights, re-arrange collections, and all the other essary to keep the library, attractive enough and to make patrons WANT to come. Although we do not intend to complain about (we are always pleading for people to more fully we are proud of the fact that we are able to service and can prove statistically that we are As we move closer and closer to the point that about the future of the library as each budget feel it is only right that we present such Gilmer County. When asked, "What do we get money budgeted to the library?" We can readily used effectively for the good of our patrons. This of our most important responsibilities. Lockney NeWS/Laura Starkev Well, the little Hi-Ri had visi- tors this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. David White were down from Ak- ron, Ohio, and from here they are going to Columbus to visit her great aunt who is in her 90s. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stewart was out to visit his aunt and uncle, Hull and Naomi Smith. Their son Roger Stewart took them. They were in to visit his sister Ruth Burn. Hull Smith is from Apache, Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Inin Blake were up to Burns- ville to visit Harry Wilson Thursday evening. Senior Citizens at Glenville had a covered dish supper, and there was a nice turn-out. There is a cov- ered dish supper every mbnth on the 4th Thursday. Come but and enjoy the evening with us. Mr. and Mrs. Fell Collins invited Harry Wilson, Laura Starkey and Mr. and Mrs. David Whites to enjoy some watermelon with them Sun- day evening. We had some news on Jay Chambers. He may get to come home Thursday. Jay was a mighty sick guy but God has been with him all the way. He had to go to a hospi- tal in New York where he was oper- ated on. Best of luck, Jay. We are all praying for you. Well, Chris Carafiltie got out of school and went to Ohio to find a job. But couldn't find one and came back and took some tests in Charleston for a job. He got it and this Sunday he was up and his sister asked him to go to church with her and her children" (His sister is Donna Brady). He took his mother along and Chris took them all out to eat on his first payday. So, Donna, keep him in church for he is fine boy and son of Nora Bell Nicklus. Happy birthday, Nora Bell Nicklus. Gosh, honey, you are get- ting older. My son JcffY and spent a worked on the grass for me! garden with go home to to work. The the Ceda Irene Riddle and spent a Riddle. She other places nice visit. Visiting week Roland Park, Tossie and children Mowery Visiting over the Mrs. David Ohio, and Scott of Salem. Mr. and and son of mother and Brannon. Visiting Mrs. Danny Mrs. Lane and Mrs. of Marietta, Edgar Moss Mrs. Roger and Mr. Sarah Irene Riddle preciates the ing her walk Rebecca with shopping I want to buy WW II German Army Helmets in any condition Compare My I Will Prices Trade Visiting Stoneking Miller of house cleaning. Jeanie Halts Run of Glenville Nora Stanching Everett cookout at day evening. Meet For your motorcycle, surance, care