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J6 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder September 11, 1975 The Gilmer County Farm Bureau's anus] Farm Show will be held Friday Saturday at the Recreation enter. All county residents are eligible to in competitive exhibits and p contests for cash prizes ribbons, according to Gilbert Farm Bureau secretary. The Farm Show begins Friday with registration of exhibits 10 a.m. to noon. Judging of those xhibits by women and 4-Hers will be 1-2:30 p.m. A free lunch will be served to all Farm Show workers at noon. That evening, the Farm Bureau membership will convene for their finnnal meeting, followed by the serving of refreshments. On Saturday. from 10 a.m. to noon. judges will survey the 4-H. FFA and adult showmanship contests, followed by a free covered dish lunch prepared by Farm Bureau ladies for everyone attending. A horse show will be featured Saturday afternoon, beginning at 1:30 p,m. October 4, 1975,1 p.m. Estate of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Jones of Bull Fork of Tanner 1 Kitchen Cabinet (tip out flour bin} 1 Kitchen Cabinet base; Cooking Stove Refrigerator Hot Plate (gas) I Washing Machine 1 Buffet 1 Table 1 China Cupboard 1 China Cupboard, Old 3 Heating Stoves 1 Ironing Board 3 Old Trunks 1 Davenport 1 Reed Settee 1 Sewing Machine (treader} 1 Dresser With Wash Stand 1 Chest Drawers Lot Dishes, Silverware, Bed Clothing" 2 Old Bed Steads. Other Items too Numerous to List. O Not Responsible for Accidents Term: Cash Adminlstratrix: Ruby Jean Bush Auctioneer:. (2ark Minney One of the features of the weekend Farm Show will be the Chicken Barbecue prepared by 4-H leaders on Friday. 4-6 p.m. warned to fur school bus State Police today warned area motorists to not pass school busses when they have stopped to discharge students. Two persons have been arrested since the beginning of the school year. September 2. for illegally passing a stopped schoolbus, State Police said. School bus drivers have been instructed to pass on license plate number of motorists who pass illegally to State Police who then issue citations to the person driving the car. Motorists are reminded that they should come to a full stop in both directions when a school bus stops to let students off at their homes or at points of discharge. CPC. to discuss poss /e sewer project The Gilmer County Planning Commission will meet Tuesday, September 23 at the GSC Forestry Building, 7 p.m. to discuss a possible Sand Fork-Glenville sewer project as outlined by consulting engineers J.H. Milam, Inc. of Dunbar. Interested persons are invited to attend. Send in your subscription renewals promptly. GILMER COUNTY AUCTION BARN Top Town Hill Ghnvdle We sell antiques, new and used merchandise. Consignments accepted at 5:30 p.m. on Monday. SALES START 6:30 P.M. ROBERT J. BUTCHER Auctioneer IIIII II I Free and reduced price meal policy announced by The Gilmer County Board of Education has announced a free and reduced price meal policy for school children who are unable to pay the full price for meals or milk served in schools which participate in the National School Lunch or School Breakfast Programs or the Special Milk Program. The Board has adopted family size income criteria shown with table here for use in determining the eligibility of students for free and reduced price meals and free milk. Children from families whose income is at or below these levels are eligible for meals {and free milk} free or at reduced prices. In addition, families not meeting this criteria with other unusual expenses due to: unusually high medical expenses, shelter costs in excess of 30 per cent of income, special education expenses due to the mental or physical condition of the child, or disaster or casualty losses are eligible to appy for the free or reduced price meals. All parents or guardians wishing to apply for free or reduced price meals and free milk may fill out an application form sent home by the school. FAMILY SIZE ANNUAL GROSS INCOME FOR FREE MEALS AND FREE MILK One 0 to S3,230 Two 0 to $4,240 Three 0 to 5,250 Four 0 to 6,260 Five 0 to 7,1110 Six 0 to 8.110 Seven 0 to 8,950 Eight 0 to 9,790 Nine 0 to 10,550 Ten 0 to 11.310 Eleven 0 to 12,060 0 to 12,060 Twelve 0 to 12,810 Fur each additional family member, add $670 for eUlplbiWw. $940 fur reduced price meal Additional applications are avail- able at all schools. The information given on the application will be held in confidence and used only for the purpose of determining eligibility of the child for the program. In certain cases, foster children are also eligible for these benefits. If a family has foster children living with them and wishes to apply for free or reduced price meals, the school principal should be contacted. In the discriminated race. color or Under the program, school applications and If a parent is decision, he may an appeal by Welty at the Courthouse Anne 26351. A total of $517 was pledged by businesses and individuals in Gilmer County and the surrounding area to the Labor Day Jerry Lewis Telethon for Muscular Dystrophy. This amount greatly exceeded the goal of $400. Funds raised during the telethon will be used for research and services for Muscular Dystrophy patients. [ STORE HouRS Mond y, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - 9 tO Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to 1 p.m. BEFORE BUYING, COME IN AND OUR PRICES ON MAJOR The Telethon was operated locally through a sub-station located in I S [ Pickens Hall at Glenville State College. Members of the Rotary Club and their caFs Rotary Anns operated the telephones during the twenty-hour period. Pledges were made by the Pioneer Grocery, Sandra Gainer, Judy Chisler, Sherri Gainer, Myra Chico. Robert Hays, Dr. John McCreary, Bertha E. Olsen. Dr. Espy W. Miller. Steve Strickland, Goff Summers, James Riffle. Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Langford. Dou~ and Sheilie Morris. Win. I. Osborne, Rev. & Mrs. J,E. Slater.~'Anfla Belcastro, Lowell Fredin Family, Jack Rogers, Richard Moss, Sandra Drennen, Rick Hickman, Mrs. Kathy Black. Mrs. Thud Wilt, Maria Bayer. Michael Messenger. Mary Kennedy. Nicole Messenger. Dr. D. Banks Wilburn, MichelIe Messenger, Clarissa Williams, Lorra Messenger, David Moss. John Villars and Dr. and Mrs. Demer K. Somerville, all of GLenville; Glen Henderson. M. and Mrs. Roger Greene. Nancy Duffield. Mary Ann Frame, Mr. and Mrs. Don Flint and Tammy and May Greene, all of Sutton; W.K. Engle, Beth Reed and Don Duquette, all of Gaseaway; Jim and Irene Sullivan of Big Bend; Coral Poling. Mr.and Mrs. Walter H. Conrad, Delmas Smith and Robert Conrad of Grantsville; Richard Johnson, Cairo; Charles Wright, Cox's Mill; John Nolan, Harrisvi_lle; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lowther, Sand Fork; Eugene Cower. Letter Gap; David Harry, Normantewn Renee Hines, Frametown; Susie Adrasia. Troy; Mrs. Rgoer Gregg, Burnt House; and Kim Collins. Big Springs. Phone 462-7939 - 4624t4 .4 uthori:ed CATAI,OG SALES OWNED AND OPERATED BY Rt. 33-119 - 4 miles west of West A Complete Selection of Quality 12-wides 14-wides double wldes and modular on display . Each home fully displayed and Ulllatea shopping convenience Free Wuhei" and Dryer with Purchue of New Until Aulpmt 31, 1975. Open Weekdays 8:00 - 7:30 Phone 269-1510 Member of W.Va. Mobile Home is tim ,,n,,A new 197.~-.~'. rODml. ~m~.,~H ell are ""; ..,. mUSX nm~_~,.,, nticeo, 0,,7_:.~, anD ~y _.. ,qearao.,-"._,',,, with olap~ .,,a ~,,~letS my_~" *nliO Slt~L'~'. .... * ,-OtOr, ="'- ".'.:"~an, 1UUvo ~L'i for brilllam." ._-,..ca o, Imagine getting XL-IO0 mstrlx P~',. ,t,m oonve~,:'"" quality at this low pruceI j~utorlrtaltt(:; r,,'- Only More of tlmu TV experts own IW, A... More "iV program directors, "IV station chief ~, Imnior TV cameramen and ant TV service technicians own RCA than an~, other brand of color TVf RCA Model ET353 t5" d) ac3on Illl Has RCA's AccuL;mP black matrix picture tube. Automatic Free Tuning plus the reliability of a 100% sohd state chassis. Attractive plastic cabinet. A great buy! GARTON REAL ESTATE INC. BROKER Serving The Real Estate Needs of Gilmer. Lewis, Braxton, Upshur, and Harrison Counties. Phone 269-1527 421 MAIN AVE. WESTON. WV 26452 (aN It. 31tl, lx 42-A 6nmtsvme, WV 26147 IN' Thia fine XL-IO0 hm pushbutton Color control! A wonderful buy in 1 111" diagonal ecreen tlbte modtfl! Attractive pla81 ic c~binet wlth walnut-grain flntlh. ONLY RCA Model FT480 19"di I0 omll A sleek Contemporary at a buy-now price! Has twin speakers. Cabinet of selected hardwooCl 1colitiS, vinyl- covered hardboard panels, decorattve plastic front frame. ii RCA Model GT729 25" ch ~Jonal BUY NOW! WHILE THEY LAST! I yme.t Plu Free Delivery e HOUSE OF SERVICE I "t I I I i,i -- - IIIII Illlll :_:?nllllll Illlllll --- I II L Back Again 12 oz. Sirloin ....-.-...,........ 16 oz. T-Bone..........-.-.-.. 16 oz. Porterhotme...........*6** From 5 p.m. Till Live Enterlainment Friday and Saturday Route 4, 2 Miles South of Gassaway ::?