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September 3, 1976

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{[ The Gienvflle Democrat/Pathfinder September 2, 1076 F(sti'vd of Values winners Tour old South homes during Celebrating the "old ways and old "old days" days" will be the theme behind the ment 14th annual Hardy County Heritage gentlemen, Weekend which will be held Sept. 24 to Knights of th a:! 26 in the Moorefield, WV area. The one of the event will feature the historic homes carry and buildings constructed by early rifle shoot, settlers in the beautiful South Branch, participation,  Lost River, and Cacapon River Valleys. weaponry Twenty-three buildings will be In open during the festivities, ranging farm from the log homes constructed by the glassware, and area's first residents to brick manor Many crafts, homes built in the early part are residents, will privately owned. All are furnished sold. with antiques, and six are listed in the Visitors National Register of Historic Places. auction on Heritage weekend, held during the Bicentennial picturesque fall harvest time, will morning. feature homes in the Lost River, include country, Mathias. Moorefield, Old Fields, and bluegrass Wardensville areas in Hardy County Saturday and and the Petersburg area in neighbor- and Sunday. ing Grant County. The tour is For tickets Sadie Beall of Burnsvflle was one of the lucky winners in the Jeanie Ball of Tanner was awarded an electric clock by Paul self-guided so visitors may set their tion, write third week of the Festival of Values drawing. She was awarded an Simmons of Kanawha Union Bank when her name was drawn own pace. All sites are conveniently Weekend, Box electric can opener by Bob Wyatt, co-owner of the Pioneer during the third week of the Festival of Values. located adjacent to Rts. 55 and 220. 26836, or call Gm.y.=--- I i I I l II [] Sports that were popular in the Friday{ {304} " frr cttl: ..c4NOW i, - ' COOKxED ][-] A_..., /][ SIYPERIORS 12 OZ BO FRANKIES LB II " -- LB RF OR BEEF, x.n.J $1.49 TAVERN BONELESS SWIFF PREMIUM SEMI BONELESS HAM ' HAM WEINERS 59  (WHOLE OR POnON) $1.29 LB who or half $1.49 LB )! :-----'- BOX OF CHICKEN LB COOKED H M LIB (FAMILY PACK) 47  LB B 89 c (WHOLE oa PoON) 99  VTP FRYERS 57  LB LEGS 79  LB SHANK HALF $1.05 LB WHOLE FRYERS 55 c LB THIGHS 69  LB mr HALF $1.15 LB ..... FRENCH'$ MmACLE WHIP HARDWOOD MARCAL CHARCOAL NAPKINS SALAD DRESSING MUSTARD 32 OZ 89 z 55  BRIQUETS 140 CT 39 c MA'S 10 I -.'--- ----gl'2( ARMOUR TREET 12 OZ 95 e ROOT BEER HEAVY DUTY NABISCO CHIPS AHOY 64 OZ CHOCALATECHIP I/BBY DEEP BROWN vo c REYNOLDS PORK & BEANS RF__AIJON WRAP COOKIES LEMON JUICE 18 x 25 69 c 141/20Z 14 OZ 4 FOR $1.00 32 OZ 69" STYRO PRINGIJ BORON FOAM CUPS POTATO CHIPS , HARCOAL r-.,, LIGHTER 7 oz 5o cr 45" ,L .,,,,a ,, , , 9 OZ q.h..p 32 OZ 45"  ,,o,,,.,,....,. PRODIJGE MARSHMALLOWS 16 OZ 45 c EGG BEATERS ' (CHOLESTEROL-FREE) PRICES GOOD AT 6LENVlLLE AND TROY STORES 16 OZ (SAVE lO CENTS) SPECIALS---THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY - ORE-IDA SPANISH lAB ] ] '*1),, ] 20 OZ BAG (SAVE 12 CENTS} i I00NsI0000 ",,l'. , SHOESTRING ] 10 LB BAG NEW ] XJ, I BANQUET [POTATOES 59" ; \\; I POT PIES aoz PKG ...J ' I !  , (BEEF-CHICKEN-TURKEY} "LETTUCE  11 3 FOR 79  3 A $1.00 FOOB ]] GREAT DONALD DUCK PEARS // ORANGES J "f 60Z CAN 2 FOR 2 rR 49  ;,,, s,. st,,v,tt, I 9 l.H.-9 P.M. MONDAY THROUGH'SATuRDAY