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reunion reunion Gilmer Glenville, Present. The the dinner. Wiseman. presided eeting. New are Kenneth " president, - vice-presi- was reelected appoin- Long, Place, Alva by Mrs. Long solo "In The ares and a solo I Take". A of the by Alva signed to be All reported a received a 1976 The closing Were: Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ruffner Mrs. Mrs. Zetra Hanfe, Mrs. d sons, Dean, and Mrs. Deco Loyal Rinehart, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Garvey Mrs. Marie Mrs. Holly Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Smith and daughters, Pamela, Connie, Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wiseman, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Long, Julie Marie Long, Jason Long, Mrs. Mary Lee Massey, Mrs. Frostie Sea Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Talbott, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Wiseman, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Ocheltree, Mrs. Roxie Watson and Robert Snetsinger. Sulnnlel00 reunion A Reunion was held again this year at the home of Mrs. Genevieve Summers. Mrs. Summers entertained around 67 people including children, grandchildren and great grand children. Among them were nine of her children coming from 5 different states. They were: Mr. and Mrs. Willie Summers and family from Pennsyl- vania; Sarah Collins and family from Canton, Ohio: Goldie, Mary Jean, Joe Blanch, Joe and their families from Baltimore, Md.; Fie and Marrion and their families from Glenville; and Lucille and family from upper New York. Mrs. Summers&apos; brother Willie from Pennsylvania, the only living relative left from her immediate side of the family, also attended. Everyone welcomed Mr. and Mrs. Luther Heater. Mrs. Heater is Mrs. Summers' niece. All were entertained with lots of food, fun and games. grants to Robert l%sher all his in 83 acres on Troy District. M. Van Mrs. Tony R. the waters of in DeKalb S. Crowley Stewart C. acres situate Creek and Creek. Troy grants to Billy Hays City to Bonnie in the 163 acres on Duck Furr grant to Hewitt a lot of Cedar Creek, to Mr. and acres on Wolf Vl interest Pen Run, Troy grants to the two lots in the the Village of FIauman grant in- terests in oil and gas on 4 different tracts of land in Gilmer county. Marriages Charles Frederick Mowery, 25, of Gassaway and Wanda G. Perrine, 20, of Stumptown. • I can help you start your • ma'riage right. Metropoli- • tan policies can provide : the protection your iamily will need during the early • years of marriage when ex- .e penses are hardest to . meet. " For real happiness in the • future plar, now. ' Call me today for details. • HUNTER B. BEALL. JR. : 813 Grand Central Avenue • Vienna, W.Va. 26106 • Office: (304) 296-4861 . Residence (304) 296-5353 i 0 Metropolitan : Where the future is now : Metropolitan Lite Ins. Co, N Y., N. Yr eloee•oo••eee,• ••••e•e•eeee oleeOllillleOOOileelioleo, • : • • i}!ili?i:!::ii?;i:ii?iiii!i?i!i:!:::: ii:ii?!ii{iiiiiiii!i:! • ii • • :::,.:if! ii;!i;ii; ili ..... iiS • o • " About to be ." i married ? o I00IIM¢ IllMI SEPT. 4, 1976 AT 10 A.M. the former ]oh- Pierson Farm miles h-om 1-79 exit at Frametown, County on Frametown-Herold Rd. 0000nquEs s COLL00CTASLES shotgun, Cable player piano with rolls Oak medicine cabinet, wash stud, wash mirrors, Wall telephone, Good china doors, Corner & other cupboards, Solid good larse wood cook stove with Burnside coal stove, Library & other lay stack cutter, fireplace mutles, split [over 100 yrs. old made in Braxton], board ud other items. It0USEHOLD & OTHER ITEMS Gas heaters, Roll-away & other beds & Occasional Chairs, Dressers, Chest of of tables, Dinette set/6 chairs, Lamps, chebs, Pictures, Mirrors, Portable "IV, machine, Portable typewriter, Portable Halrdryers, Fans, Room cooler, ROcord players, stereo w/speakers, 8 Christmas decorations, Toys, Js. w/blower, Drill press, Vise, Hammers riddle, bridle a blanket ud muy other Ich will be served. TERMS: Cash FOR ACCIDENTS Robert & Rtta Napier Robert J. Butcher Small post office closing procedures set On Aug. 23 the Senate passed an amendment offered by U.S. Senator Jennings Randolph that would require the Postal Service to follow procedures set forth by Randolph preventing indiscriminate closing or consolidation of postal facilities. Without the amendment, the U.S. Postal Service could begin on Feb. 16, 1977 to immediately begin closing small offices. Under the Randolph provision, in making a determination on the closing of a post office, the Postal Service must permit patrons the opportunity to present views with 60 days of advance notice. In addition, the effect of closing or consolidating a post office on the community and the postal employees must be considered. Randolph said the amendment reiterates the need for consistency in carrying out the intent of law requiring the Postal Service must Permit • patrons the opportunity to present views with Randolph said the amendment reiterates the need for consistency in carrying out the intent of law requiring the Postal Service to provide a maximum degree of effective and regular postal services to rural areas, communities and small towns where such facilities are not self-sustaining. Eollowing the postal service review, its findings must be placed in writing and made available to citizens served by the offices. No action to close or consolidate will be permitted until 60 days after this written determination is made and delivered September 2, 1976 The Glenvllle Democrat/ Pathfinder 7 and tlI alJpt:;it pr(t:c, durt., " is established lit aid citizens who still ohiect to the Postal Service artion. NOTICE Dr. E. W. Beatty, optometrist, with maln offices in Parkersburg, announces the opening of a branch office in Grantsvllle on October 5th and egch Tuesday thereafter, to examine eyes and prescribe glasses if they are needed. The professional fees and the fees for materials will be the same as in the Parkersburg office. The office will be located over Parsons Jewelry store [Main Street, former office of Dr. Knotts]0 and the hours are from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Adult and Child vision care. eSpeed Q. • Gibson • Zenith • Washers • Refrigerators • Televisions See the Zenith Color Sets on display. We install and service all sales. RHOADES PLUMBING  FURNITLH:IE 15 Powell St. Glenville Phone 462-7355 WE SERVICE ONL Y WHAT WE SELL BACK-TO-SCHOOL SAVI00S 7.48 HOURS: 10-8 Daily 12-6 Sunday West Second Street SAVE 96¢ ON I 2 PR. JEANS[ WESTON THE ® STORES SAVE 96¢ ON I 2 SHIRTS I .... WRANGLER JACKETS-6.48 Blue Denim 4 to 7 WRANGLER JEA,S -2/ $10 4 to 7. Reg. & Slim Reg. S.48 Blue Denim PRE-WASHED JACKET -- 8.95 - 7.95 Wrangler Denim 8 to 18 Blue Denim Sizes 8 to 18 KNff SHIRTS Reg. 3.9S-2/$7 FOOTBALL JERSEYS-- 4.99 Lone Sleeves 8 to 18 Reg. S,98 % Sleeves mE-WASHED JEANS 8.49 WRANGLERJEAHS  7.99 Wrangler Denim 8 to 18 Sizes 8 to 18 Reg. & Slim Husky Sizes-- 8.99 PRE-WASHED JACKETS-ZZ.I Brushed Denim Sizes 8 to 1 SHIRTS Reg. 4.98--2/$9M Lone Sleeves Sizes 8 to 18 l m 00.E-WASHED JEA.s--8.900| Brushed Denim Sizes 8 to 18 /[EI A J Looks You Like for Class & After School are at H-P HIGH SCHOOL FASHIONS 14 95 15 95 w.,.O<E.,,,., ..,o,,u<,. ,,,. WRANGLERJACKET PRE.WASHED JACKET ® Blue Denim . "Wrangler" Blue Denim • Flare Lep. Denim "Wrangler" Blue Denim [SAVE 96' ] WESTERN SHIRTS 8.95 12.95 FOOTBALL JERSEY Lone s,-. 9.95 ,., ,,, 5.99 PRE.WASHED JEANS 13 95 I SAVE 96€ ON 2 KNIT SHIRTS J WRANGLEff'3EANS 11 49 "Wrangler" Blue • Reg.,,, Lon,,,--. 2 for 1100 Blue Denim Flares . Denim Flares Mliny Styles • Femrlte |cbo01 drm - for todty's yon$ 81rll. REG. 6.95 Sizes 4 to 6X 2 pair 1.25