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September 15, 1977

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wedding planned " l)eward Hardmafi, Jr. and Regina Shreve of Elyria, Ohio Mrs. Deward C. Hardman, formerly of Herren of Homerville, Little Bull Run. the forthcoming The wedding will be held at the daughter Regina to LaCrange Church of Cod in LaGrange, Jr., son of Mr. and Ohio on Saturday, October 8. mantown News &apos; Nedra daughter of Mr. and of Normantown, fell college and broke her treated at Stonewall Hospital in Weston. Jones was admitted to Hospital recently. Tom Daniels and Virginia visited Mrs. Over the weekend. Curry and Mrs. took a trip to Alltop's bridge was [iday when a truck load of corn tried to cross it. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Moore of Normantown are proud to announce the birth of their first child and first son, Michael Dale, born at Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital August 20. He weighted 5 lb. 3 oz. He was transferred to Morgantown University Hospital and has been treated there. He was to be released from there Sunday. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jenkins of Grafton. Ohio. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moore of Braxton County. Conings News Bird guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. girls from- Deerfield. Mrs. Avon Cox and Mr. and Mrs. of Avon Lake, of Parkersburg; Mr. of Pinch; and and Judy Greenlief of Carolton Matheny Smith, spent camping on were joined Mathene nad spent Sunday night ,them. Miss Sandy staying with her Smith. while at Clenville. lMts Russell Radcliff's Weekend were son Billy Jeff from Knoxville. and Mrs. Bradley tie from Canton. lane Burton and Pa rkersburg spent the weekend with their mother, Mrs. Marie Flaherty. Guests of the Delbert Coles were Mr. and Mrs. David Cole and girls from Hartford, West Virginia: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Olson nd children from London, Ohio: and Mrs. Maxine Cole and Debbie and C.D from Weston. While they were all in they attended the 25th edding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Raymel Jones. Mrs. Jones is the former Joelene Cole. Mrs. Thelma Radcliff attended the State Fair at Lewsiburg and also attended the wedding of her granddaughter, Resa Gordon, at the United Methodist Church in Cameron, W. Va. Miss Maybelle Ruppert from Ohio visited her aunt, Mrs. Lewis Lowther, over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hinter have purchased another trailer and are busy getting settled in it. They wish to thank everyone who has helped them in any way to get things together so they could start over again. Their trailer home was destroyed by fire in August. Everyone has been wonderful to them and it has been deeply appreciated. I1 I III III n III Linn & Troy News .. . , ,:.::::::::, ..:,,,..:::::::::,.,::+:.:::.::::.>. ,. :::x.:,: . ..;::.::+.:.:.;..:... ::::<.:.,...+ ==================================================================================== Visiting their mother, Stada Lowther, over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. tester Lowther and Barbara Lewther from Grafton, Ohio. Also visiting their mother 'were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lowther and a granddaughter, Mary Ellen, and her husband, Howard Duff, from Bolivar, Ohio. We are glad to here that David Sprouse and Ray Williams are getting along good due to an accident a few weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Jones and children were visiting their mother last week Mrs. Virgie Jones and children I were home to attend his uncle's funeral a few weeks ago. Mr, and Mrs. Keith Brown and children were visiting her mother a few days ago. Hazel Flint had a real nice surprise over the weekend. She came home from town and found her children and their families and gathered in to have a surprise dinner for her. We are happy for you, Hazel, We know how glad you were to have your children all home again. School is back in session again so everyone watch out for those kiddies on the bus and drive carefully. You might save a life. WITHERS, LILLY HAVE VISITORS Dr. and Mrs. Scott Withers, son Alex, and niece Leslie Aker, of White Sulphur Springs were weekend visitors with Mrs. H.F. Withers and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lilly of Glenville. Dr. Withers is the son of the late Dr. H.F. and Mrs. Withers. He is Mrs. LiUy's brother. "PEDRO" IN HOSPITAL Gilmer County Jailer Vonda "Pedro" Montgomery was taken to the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital on Friday, September 2 because of bleeding ulcers. Pedro is now improved and back on the iob, having been released from the hospital on Thursday, September 8. SING AT DUSK CAMP There will be a sing at the Dusk Camp Methodist Church Saturday, September 17 at 7:30 p.m. featuring the Hickman Family and the Gospel Tones. All singing groups are welcome. Count all the words in your clarified ad. The rate is only 4 cents a word per week, with a $1.00 minimum charge per week. Please pay in advance. NOTICE TO CITY RESIDENTS The purpose of this advertisement is to seek the opinion of any or all residents of The City of Glenvme concerning projects and priorities that should be considered in spending Federal Revenue funds the City will be receiving this year. You are invited to attend the next two Council meetings which will be held at 7:30 p.m., October 3 and November 7 in City Hail or contact me in person to express your views. "-- Robert J. Wyatt, Mayor S00orting ] BEST FOOT FORWARD An athlete who wants to start a game with his best foot forward knows that his shoes are important equipment. September 15, 1977 The Glenvme Democrat/Pa 1i Frank on job as engineer Warren Frank. the new Depart- ment of Highways District 7 Engineer, assumed his duties in Weston last week. District 7 includes Gilmer County. Frank, a native of Luray, Virginia, who has lived in West Virginia for the past 31 years, came to Weston from Parkersburg after the transfer of Karl V. Kahl to the Eastern Panhandle of the state. The new Engineer expressed the feeling that he had inherited a "well-organized set-up" but stated concern with "the rough winters you have around here. "The winters here. with consider- ably more snow, are a little more rugged than we had in Parkersburg, I understand," Frank said. "But I am confident we're capable of handling anything within reason." Frank is married, the father of three sons and a 17 year veteran of the Department of Highways. The 1943 graduate of Virginia Military Institute (VMI) concluded, "I don't ihink we'll find things too much different here. Coal minl8 Is a bit new to me and I know s of our roads were not built for co hauling, but everything seems to be going smoothly and we want to keep it that way." ACCIDENT ON LEWIS $ There was a two-vehicle accident on South Lewis Street near Brown's Service Station Monday, September . Glenville city police were not caged to the scene but, as they made thor rounds, they noted that an accident had occurred. However, one of the vehicles had already left the scene. The matter is being investigated by the Glenville City Police Department to determine if citations should be issued. OX ROAST The Annual Ox Roast sponsored by the Burnt House Community Association will be held Saturday evening, Setpember 24. beginning at p.m. at the Burnt House Community Building. Door prizes will be awarded. FALL SAVINGS at Sandy and Rose's Fabric Shoppe INTRODUCING NEW MERCHANDISE Bedspread, poly and cotton -- Twin size $10.98 -- Full size $1Z9 Bath towels - $2.00 each -- Wash cloths -- 5 for $1.00 Dacron filled bed pillows -- $3.50 each Perm. Press sheets by the pound. All sizes and designs $2_25 lb. Upholstery material by the pound, floral designs -- $2.98 lb. Throw rugs -- 2 sizes -- $2.98 each ALL FABRIC IN STOCK ON SALE NEW FALL AND WINTER FABRIC EXPECTED NEXT WEEK Ladies double knit slacks -- new fall plaids and solids -- $5.98 Ix. Hours t0:00 a.m.- 4-00 p.m. Closed Thursday and Sunday 3 miles below Glenville on Gtantsville Road :':.:.:':-:" :" :" :" :':" :-:':.:.:.:.:.:.:.:. :.:.: .:.:-:':.:':. :, :.:.:-:.:.:':':.:. :-:. :.:.:-:.:.:-:-:.:::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: $'.'..::::::::::::::::::::5 :::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::i::::i : ::!:::: ::::::! :!:: :!:'::: ": ::':::::::'::: "::::':'::: ::':" :':':':::'::::: :: ::::: ::::::::: :::::::::. :-: ,:,::::::,:,:..%:.: .'.. II = OATTL WANT D DRESSED FOR SUCCESS- Lou Hudson of the Atlanta Hawks knows that the best gear is like having s friend in the court. Smart basketball players, for example, prefer high- quality shoes designed with special features to help their game. Features that help MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 8 P.M, YEARLING AND TWO - YEAR - OLDS MONDAY, OOTOBER 3, 8 P,M, them on the court include I full sponge cushion insoles GRADED CALF SALE J ' and foam arch inserts, as well PUBLIC SALE I as afoampaddedtonguefor NONOAY, OCTOBER 17, 8 P.M. J unit outsoles for lightness, ,o Mll="_D Ay SEPTEMBER 17 STARTING AT I p.m. 2 *' FROM NORMANTOWN ON STEER CREEK A T W.B. BUTLER FARM [no parking space at my, residence] I I I I I I I I I I I I with reinforced stitching at the top edges of the foxing for durability. These are features de- manded by a basketball star like Lou Hudson of the Atlanta Hawks, a member of the PRO-Keds Advisory Staff. That's why he wears Royal Master shoes from PRo-Keels which come in both high and lowcut styles, in smooth or suede leather. They're avail- able for both men and boys. Players who chose their shoes with care may be a step closer than others to netting a big uccer. The Wpewriter was patented in 1869. GRADED CALF SALE NEW MANAGER Joe Waiters of Ripley is the New Manager of Spencer Livestock Exchange. He has been in the Cattle Business for many years as a Producer and Order Buyer. He has the connections to get your cattle sold right. SALE EVERY FRIDAY- 1 P,M. PLENTY OF BUYERS GOOD DEMAND  FOR BUTCHER AND STOCKER SPENOER LIVESTOOK Joe WaDers. tleaunt________ c.,.,o.,,. - Manager suite, metal clothes cabinet, dresser, cedar fined 5 shelf metal cabinet, cook stove (like new), Gibson leaf oak table, chest of drawers, base cabinet, buffet, glass electric organ, table lamps, small tables, (wringer), gas clothes dryer, wash tub, old old stone jars, lot dishes, pots and pans, 2 wool I I tVlewriter, 2 Electrolux sweepers, shower curtains, I 1 50 lb. bow (arrows), tool box, small tools, | new), paints: Many items to numerous to mention. I I " NOTRESPONStBLEFORACCIDENTS I TFS. CASH I sn- 'UCTO: CSK EY I ,,N SALEy[ WNG G00O.ER COUNTY I OWNER: MAPLE DeHART | I 1 i