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The Glenvllle Democrat/Pathfinder August 19, 1976 $..:::..:..:::......::...::...y:::.:.:::.::...::.::::::.::::::..::::::::::::::::::.:::.:::..::..:;;:::..:::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::;..;:...:...:;.;;.;:;$:;:;.;:;::;::: By Nedra Alltop The Nell Stalnaker family lost their home by fire Saturday evening, August 7. The Stalnakers lived on Laurel Run. The Normantown Girls' softball team won against the Tanner team on the Normantowu field Friday, August 6. However, when they traveled to Sand Fork on Tuesday, August 10, they lost. Mr. and Mrs. David Beall, Lisa, Johnny, Angle and Kelly visited Mr. Beall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle BeaU of Normantown recently. NOTICE: I have on hand a limited amount of the BIAVALENT INFLUENZA VIRUS VACCINE. This is the same vaccine that I have used for the last three years. THIS IS NOT THE SWINE VACCINE!! IF THE SWINE VACCINE BECOIS AVAIEABLE IT WILL NOT INTERFERE WITH THE REGULAR VACCINE. V.E. HOEFER, D.O. 113 East Main St. Glenville, W. Va. Miss Susie James, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hill James, recently spent a few days in Grafton, Ohio with relatives. Mr, and Mrs. James Chadwell, Mose& Renee have been vacationing in North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moss had as their company last week Mr. and Mrs. Tony Natal, Janette. Shanette, and Tony, of Elyria. Ohio. Also visiting them were Cathy and leanie Smith of Grafton, Ohio. Mrs. Cora Collins is moving in with her daughter. Mrs. leal Queen, of Lockney. Mr. I,yle Collins in moving his family to Charleston where he is now employed. The Collins' have been in this neighborhood for 8 or 9 years. :::::::: :::: :::: :: ::::::;:: :;: ;:: :::;::: :: :..:: :: ::;:;:::::::;:;::.; :::::;:; :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::.':::::.; ::::::::::::::::: ::::': :: ::::::::: :::: ..'.-. :..:::,.:..:::::: ::::'::::: :: By Thelma Shackleford The Cox's Mills church had a very successful Bible School from Aug, 2 to Aug. 6. Several children and young people attended. Also several adults helped with the lesson, crafts and refreshments. Roy. Robert Jones filled his regular appointment on Aug. 8 at 10 a.m. Sunday School followed at 11 a.m. We are sorry to hear that Mrs. Dale Debar of Weston is very ill in the Stonewall Jackson Hospital at Weston. Her husband Rev. Carl Debar, was a Speed Q. Gibson Zenith Washers Refrigerators Televisions See the Zenith Color Sets on display. We install and service all sales. RHOADES PLUMBING F:t FURNITURE 15 Powell St. Glenville Phone462-7355 WE SERVICE ONL Y WHAT WE SELL former pastor at Cox's Mills Methodist Cases continue Church. We wish Dale a speedy Mountain recovery. Ralph Ellyson of Weston is Lure Swamp confined to the hospital. He is the son of Raymond and the late Nina Ellyson virus of Cox's Mills. other Velma Childers of Elizabeth, flies and W.Va. is in the St. Joseph Hospital in from the of stress ou Parkersburg, W.Va. Get well soon Velma. or while Shirley Greenlief, Chastity and The Jamie were visiting Thelma Shackle- ford recently, the other Beverly Adams who has been visiting her grandparents, Mr. and disease i Mrs. Page Ware, has returned to her testing home in Washington, W.Va. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ellyson of Williamstown, have been visiting Mr. horses and Mrs. Gideon EUyson of Cox's Mills. horses specific monopoly were Harrison. Swamp CHUCK STEAK CHICKEN OR .oM,.., $1.0  CHUCK TENDER ST CHUCK ROAST $1.2 (BIAD| Clff)65 LB (;ROUND BLADE CUT STEAK CHUCK ROAST 7s" ,o..,,,, 95 " GROUND CHUCK 95 L| LEG OR QUARTERS CHARCOAL * STEAK $1.35" ROUND BONE ROAST 85 = AMERICAN CHEESE $ ,,,,on   .o, ,o,,,,, ,,o,, PINE SOL. oz $1.19 INSTANT TEA $1.29 SALAD OLIVES ,, oz 89 CO//,Gt INN FOE STOVE TOP CHICKEN BROTH ', oz $1.00 .,,. o,,,., , STUFFING PORK KIDNEY BEANSoZ89 ,oz 55 WHITE CLOUD 4TXED OT /ASH TOILET TISSUE,.,, 69 VEGETAB LES ',o, c,...' ""$1 .09 u. UT.,, T.,C SPRY SHORTENING SPAGHETTI SAUCE ,, ,,oo,.,,,,,, , oz 99 ,,0, $1.25 SPECIAl---THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY FILL YOUR FREEZER wITH FR p a! IIi II a n 1| n, PRICES GOOD AT GLENVILLE AND TROY STORES  .o _.,, .,.,, Uilillil_'l. ------ , ,., .-.------ euoy RUUU tip I [ __aMl/_ ) . J6 oz . BLACKBERRIES   I . I ,---=--" , ,//  \\;\ , HASHBROWN BANANAS 17" I// / / POTATOES'I 2o = POTATO5...."" "-"J lr   ! i,. ($0UTHER" STYLE) il ,,,,,,,oo, . s mcm i FOOg    I 16REAT I FARM LAYER, CELERY 99 /! I RLuIn U --  / / tmIII,n I I NW RED OR YLLOW i --" - -. I  VflLUtbi t ...... i "1 ]t(,a T' l mINUTE mall) APPLU  ,b,,; ] EAST MAIN ST. "q UJj' GLENVILLE ]ORANGE J 69 ' a A.M.-9 P.M. MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY a  ,o,