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i2 The Ghmvme Democrat/Pathfinder August 12, 1976 McHenrys celebrate 30 years Mr. and Mrs. Claude McHenry, Sr. of 740 McGill St., Orrville, Ohio, State beefs up drug enforcement activities Governor Arch Moore recently Mbr. and Mrs. Claude McHenr/ Straight Answers" From Your Power Company This Is one In a sefles of replies to questions being asked by our cus- tomers. Answering today is Carroll Curry, Director, Customer Servlees for Monongahela. QUESTION: Will the cost of electricity keep on going up? ANSWER: If the national inflation rate could be brought down to an annual level of not more than 2% or 3%, it is likely that electric rates could at Iast !evel Off ....... But there is now no indication that this will happen soon. A high rate of inflation continues. Coal labor contracts have provisions that can result in further increases in coal costs. Construction costs for power stations continue to increase. Costs keep going up for vehicles, wire and cable, poles, hardware, gasoline, and all the other equipment and supplies we must buy to provide electric service. And interest rates are very high for the money we must borrow to pay for all these things. Whole new categories of expenses are being created by environmental control regulations. One example-- about $200,000,000 will have to be spent for environmental control equipment at the Pleasants Power Station now under construction. That's more than the total cost of the Fort Martin Station, com- pleted only seven years ago. As long as all these costs keep going up, there is just no way possible to avoid in- creasing electric rates. As this is written, we are looking at a newspaper of January 5, 1966 with a front page story about a substantial diemesa in Monongahela Power Company electric rates. All of us at Monongahela hope the time may come when we might again be able to make such an announcement. It would be a great day. Monongahela Power Part of the Allegheny Power System A 2075 recently celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary. Open house was held at their home. Miss Louvone Helmick and Claude McHenry were married July 21. 1946 at Ellis, West Va. by Rev. Earl DeBarr at the home of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Worthy Helmick. The McHenry's are parents of seven children. Mary Saunders of Canton, Ohio; Eugene of Orrville, Ohio; Linda Kerns of Etyria. Ohio; Naomi Jackson, deceased, Sheila, Richard and Sally, all at home, They also have seven grandchildren. Claude is a custodian at Orrville High School and Louvone is a nurse, currently on sick leave from Brenfield Nursing Center. Both are members of the Church of Christ in Orrville, Ohio. 'iii!iiiiii Mr. and M. Burl Bailey of Cox's Mill, celebrated their 25th anniversary on Aug. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey were married in 195L They have 7 children: Barbara Watson of Ritchie County, gennith Bailey of Calif. Md., Jacide Cantley of Raleigh County, Linda Parker of Lewis County, Everett, Patrilla, and Roberta all at home. They also have six grandchildren: Wayne, Enette, and Rebecca Watson, Paul and Guy Cantley, and Richard Barley. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey both are formally from Logan County. announced the approval of a grant of $100,000 to be awarded to the West Virginia Department of Public Safety. These funds will be used by the Department of Public Safety to continue and accelerate the activities of the Department's Criminal Intellig- ence/Narcotics and Dangerous Drug Unit in furtherance of the State's attack on the illegal use and sale of narcotics and dangerous drugs. This includes the gathering of criminal intelligence, enforcement of state and federal narcotic and dangerous drug statutes, the investig- ation of criminal activities, the training of county and local police officers in drug control, assistance to local police agencies in the enforcement of appropriate statues. One of this projecrs main functions will be the continuation of C.I.N.D.D.'s role as coordinator of the total drug enforcement by state, county and city police agencies, Gurdrail replacement set A contract was recently let by the state of West Virginia for guard rail replacement along W.Va. Rts 5 and 33 in Gilmer County. The contract was part of 28 maintenance contracts to be financed with funds from the $500 million bond issue approved by the voters in 1973. The contract was let to Ben-Tom Corp. of Worthington, Ohio. Deeds Recorded Nella Reed Kirkpatrick grants to B. J. Hinzman the following tracts of land lying on Big Run of Sinking Creek in Troy district, 46 acres, 18 acres, 15 acres and 7 acres. Mr. and Mrs. Lytle L. Batten grant to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe two lots in Glenville district. SILVER CELEBRATION-'Mr. and Mrs. Lee Prltt of Indian Fork will have an open house at their home from 2 p.m.-4 p.m. on Aug. 22 to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. All friends and relatives are cordially invited. GOP CAMPERS - Pictured above are area campers who attended the GOP Youth Training Camp at Camp Caesar, July 18-23. Front row [l-r] Mary Ellen Scott, Troy; Vicki Adams, Troy; Anita Harold, counselor, Glenville; DeLisa Cook, Gassaway and Sonee Blake, Corley. Back row: Raymond King, Gassaway and Ronald Gregory, candidate for the House of Delegates. Absent when the photo was taken was Tommy Gunter of Gassaway. 1111117_- I I I III minim II * _1 II 11111 Be a real American! Vote! You i FORMICA LARGE SELECTION - ALSO n must be registered by October I to i vote in the November 2nd General CUSTOM FORMICA TOPS VANITIES Election. i MARBLE TOPS - CORIAN BY DU PONT KITCHEN SINKS - ALL KINDS - DELTA  _  | FAUCETS - DECORATIVE BRICK 'STYLES OF KITCHEN CABINETS !  -. m!ffl!E: ' " aunt of the BIAVALENT SEE OUR KITCHEN DISPLAYS | I have on hand a h e, FREE KITCHEN PLANNING - INSTALL YOUR OWN KITCHFdq AND SAVE. INFLUENZA VIRUS VACCINE. This is the same 0PENSAM-8PM i vaccine that I have used for the last three years. THIS IS NOT THE SWINE VACCINE,, IF THE SWINE VACCINE BECOMES AVAILABLE IT WILL NOT I MATHENY'S KITCHENS I INTERFERE WITH THE REGULAR VACCINE. Rt. 5East - Near Sand Fork 462-7464 l Glenville. W. Va. II ..... I_ I I I " ' ? II  / Illlllll. STREET FINANCIAL STATEMENT Monon July 1, 1975 to June 30, 1976 Cib City of Glenville. Glenville, West Virginia Total Balance July 1, 1975 $12,301.21 FUEL, CITY RECEIPTS: Hope Natural Gas Taxes from Sheriff 30.792.23 TELEPHONE. Police Fines & Cost 19.652.47 C & P Tale Permits. Building and Trailer 474.00 LEGAL Parking Meters 12.205.22 Gilmer Co. Dog Taxes 290.70 Gilmer Graphics InC- Consumer Sales, Liquor Taxes 5,480.75 INSURANCE Licenses. General Business 3.176.25 Collins Utility Excise Tax 14.099.32 OFFICIAL BONDS Miscellaneous: Collins Insurance / Glenville Ford Sales 150.00 ELECTION C &P Telephone 191,56 Less than ! Senior Citizens 255.00 COURT COSTS . Buckeye Union Insurance 115.09 Paul H. Woodford I1 City of Glenville Street Fund 909.30 Steptoe & Johnson Glenville Utility 5,000.00 Total Doartment of Employment Security 263.14 METERS Paul W. Gillespie 130.00 Duncan Industries Donations Christmas Lights 210.34 WORKM Ohio Farmers Insurance 278.16 SOCIt Community Block Account 100.00 Less than $50.00 aggregate 166.17 Glenville Utilit' Total Receipts $93,939.70 Richa r Total Receipts and Balance $106.240.91 Total DISBURSEMENTS: AUDIT : Administrative Salaries EXPENSE CITY Mayor Delbert L. Davidson $1.800.00 Delbert Davidson Recorder-treasurer, Edna White 2,400,00 Paul F. Start Total $4.200.00 Total Councilmen. Salaries REGIONAL Clark Wolfe $300.00 TOTAL DI John W. Jamison 300.00 CASH BALANCE Lonnie Fitzpatrick 300.00 SPECIAL STREET Robert E. Reed 300.00 Balance June 30, Lowell Fredin 300.00 Receipts: Total $1,500.00 Street Levy POLICE DEPARTMENT Total Policemen's Salaries Disbursements: Dallas L. Goodrich 8,136.16 Hardin; Dean Boone 8,556.02 Glenville Supply Mildred lean Summers 5,000.00 Sa-So Inc. Robert B. Goodrich 2,347.86 Kenton Meadows Co., Marvin L. Henson 2,471.36 Dun Rite Crafts Porter lrvin Braniff 127.40 Harry C. Boggs Clifford L. Manly 1.886.91 Hays City Service Michael Duelley 229.00 Collins Insurance Total $28.754.71 City of Glenville New Equipment $4.903.98 Victor Goodrich General Expense, Police Department Equitable Gas Cruiser Expense Brown's Texaco 2,324.49 Less than I Log Cabin Exxon 58.57 Total Glenville Texaco 304.32 Balance Glenville Ford Sales 504.44 MUNICIP? Modern Dry Cleaners 860.50 Delbert L. Davidson 59.85 Authorized in 1956 Arnold R. Gandoe 63.68 Retired Asa Bush 146.00 Balance due 1981 Pine Manor Grocery 53.00 I. Edna Grantsvflle Printing 108.00 the City of Coninslnsurance 746.10 state on oath City of Gassaway 150.00 concernin Caste & Harris 122.61 for Feeding Prisoners 1.624.60 1975 to June 30, Less than $50.00 aggregate 469.90 best of my Total $12,500.04 STREET DEPARTMENT Salaries: John W. Moore $5,918.81 Paul W. Gillespie 6.096.15 Sheridan Ray Ables 886.00 Materials, Supplies, Wages Street Fund 150.00 Glenville Supply 311.58 Sa-So Inc. 147.88 Dalton Store 53.00 Appalachian Concrete 197,25 Kevin Garrett 107.50 Kenton Meadows Co., Inc. 112.59 Ha rry C. Boggs 211.23 Hays City Service 344.04 Collins Insurance Agency 126.00 Davis Clothing Store 73.30 KEN Less than $50.00 aggregate 110.87 Total $14,846.20 EXPENSES, CITY BUILDING Garbage Collection $508.80 M on., "ru,' Building Maintenance 243.98 Repair City Building 121.35 Equipment Furniture Fixtures 91.74 462-8847 Office Supplies 521.27 Postage 253.20 Total $1,740.34 ... a WATER. FIRE PROTELFION who may Glenville Utility $3,681.84 City Bldg., Glenville Utility 262.36 and money ! Total $3'944'20 0 Remember that the deadline for all nes and advertising in the Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder is Monday at 5 p.m. On Holiday weeks the deedline may be even earlier. Have your nm and Naboow,de advertising in early to avoid disappoint. mont. 212, Main Street, Glenville, West Virginia 26351 Specializing Television Service And Antenna Boosters Installed And All Materials And Service Work D & D Antenna Don Schoolcraft, Owner "We'll Be There When We Say Wilsie, WV - Phone 364-8751 Or Out Of Town Call Collect A UCTION SALE SA TURDA Y. AUGUST 9AM FURNITURE B( TOOLS C .( TI COUNTER SCALE ( STEREO SMALL TREADLESEWING HOUSEHOLD ITI MISCELLANEOUS " HOME OF MRS. P. A. H, A T SINKING CREEK B[ TERMS: CASH ON DAY C NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR A( OWNERS RESERVE RIGHT TO ANY BIDS AUCTIONEER: CLARK I MRS.P.A. HANLIN Et FERN