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September 16, 1976

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i /ii  i!! in the FFA Feeder Calf [steer] class are [left] finished second, Ina Burkhammer and Eddie Burkhammer [Hght] finished third. won top awards in other classes. 'A u. Moss] show results of the Gilmer Show is Saturday , and new show at the Center for champion steer the reserve had Sharon 3} Rodney I} Sharon Gordon, Peggs 2} Charlois and Cross - 1) Gary Bush 2) Mark Burkhammer 3) Daniel Gordon.. FFA Feeder Calf {heifer} - 1} Ins Burkhammer. FFA Feeder Calf {steer} - I} Ina Burkhammer 2) Gary Bush 3) Eddie Burkhammer. Farmer Feeder Calf {heifer} - I} Larry Butcher 2) Keith Cole 3} Larry Butcher. Farmer Feeder Calf {steer} - 1} Manley Zinn 2) Gary Bush 3} Manley Zinn. 4-H Showmanship {juniors} . I) Debbie Bennett 2} Kathy Ellyson 3} Leroy Fincham. 4-H Showmanship {seniors} - I} Dabble Simmons 2) Diane Somerville 3) Rodney Somerville. FFA Showmanship - 1) Gary Bush 2} Ina Burkhammer 3} Eddie Burkbammer. over }dr. and from Canton, Ohio spent a couple of days with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Radcliff. Shoda Radcliff visited hersistsr, Mrs. Floda Chaney of Weston one day Avon last week. wnest, Mrs. Edna Smith' family and Mrs. ' hda frlm/several dierwns Groonlief, camlg*,t Sunday to the mith Willard Community Building for a reunion. and Gary King, Wendell attended at the and Mrs. Mr. W. Cole. Came home Stay in a is much Matheny  apent the Smith. Pettit and all from Mrs. Ernest Hinter and Ann Montgomery were shopping in Weston, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Oral Spurgecn and Miss Winona Spurgeon from Elkixm visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spurgoon in Hurricane, W. Vs. Fifty-two relatives gathered at Bessie Reed's home in Conings on Sept. 5 to help her celebrate her 84th birthday. Among those attending were her seven children, and their spouses, 11 grandchildren with their respective families which included 16 great- grandchildren. Six grand children and seven great-grand children were unable to attend the potluck dinner. Those attending traveled from Arizona, Michigan, Ohio and various parts of West Virginia. reunion of the was held Present. are: reesurer. Mrs. of of Ronald arae of W.T. Mr. and Little James Smith of Buckhennon, W.Va. and Mr. and Mrs. Butcher James and Charles of Glanville. Also attending were: Mr. and Mrs. W J3. James and Mary Both of Sand Fork;Mr. and Mrs. David James of Ravenswood. W.Va.; Mrs. Robert Strobbe and Kathy of Virginia Beach, Vs.; Mrs. Pauline James of Chatam, Ohio; Mrs. Mary Alltop of Bolington, W.Va.: Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Coontz, Kelly and Lori of Belinston, W.Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel James of Graftn_n, Ohio; Mr, and Mrs. Clark James and Grog of Glenville; Mr.. and Mrs. Jesse Huff of Glenville; Jack James of Normantown: Roscoe Flynn of Ravens- wood. W.Va. and Milm Lieving of Coolville. Ohio. 25, 10 a.m. ee Clowuer on Crooked Fork 16 miles from Gassaway (Follow A ncil Friends property on Gassaway road). antiques end collectables and team of horses, 17 ewes; 2 buck ram; milk cow. Lee {Fetna} Clavier Robert J. Butcher September 16, 1976 The Glenville Democrat/ Pathfinder ================================================================================================================================ -. ......  .................. ........ .v.v.:.:.:.:.,...v..e..., ......., -.-.-.-.-.-.'.'.'-'.'.'.'.'.%'.'.'.'. ".'. ." .'. ".'.;.::;:::;::-;.;-.'-;.,.;.;:.;% ..%.. .-. %.;% :.':.%:.-...%...e...%%-. .%'...%:;:;:;:.%'. ........... ;. .;X.:.,...' ....%..%%%....%%%-...%%%%%..%..%..%%...,..*......,....,.,. ..................... . ............ . ,.: By 11mime ShacMdord Milton Willis of Cox's Mills suffered minor injuries of the back when he fell from a ladder at his home. He is, however, able to work, Page Ware has returned from Camden Clark Hospital, He is much improved. Mrs. Alma Ellyson of Cox's Mills and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Eliyson of Williamstown have returned from a one week visit in Tucson, Arizona, They visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Patterson. They toured old Tucson, Tomstone, Mr. Lamas, and Nagales, Mexico while they were there. Mr, and Mrs. Denzel Bower of Kingwood, W, Va and Bradanton, Florida were visiting his sisters, Reba and Irene Ware recently, Mrs. O.R. Carder of Clarksburg and lack Waiters of Florida were visiting at the Page Ware home last Tuesday. Guests of Mrs. Rema Burton over the Labor Day holiday were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langford and Jeff of Panesville, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Burton and son of Weston and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Burton and Toby of Cox's Mills. Mrs. Wilma Parkhart of Lubbock, Texas died recently. She was buried at Lubbock, Texas. She was formerly Wilma Keister, and sister of Mrs. Lessie Adams of Cox's Mills. We extend our sympathy to Lessie. The Vada Zinn family enjoyed a picnic a few Sundays ago, at Jackson Mills. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lynch of Weston and Mrs. Lillie Ware of Pricetown. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ware, Mark and Craig of Dayton, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Adams, Beverly and Beth and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ware and Andrea of Parkersburg were visiting the Page Wares recently. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mathess of Cox's Mills announce the birth of their second child and first daughter. She has been named Tanya Ann. The mother is the former Sally Cogar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Cogar of Pickens. The father is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mathess of Coxs Mills. He works for the Hope Gas Company. Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Parker and son have moved from Camden to the Coxs Mills Community. Toots, Thelma and all the Shacklefords were visiting Clovis Pettit of Newberne recently. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Roberts of Jacksonville, Florida were visiting Bob and Leon Law recently. Mrs. Roberts, formerly Ruby Law of Cox's Mills, is a sister of Bob and Leon. Wendall {Bud} Burkhammer, who has been ill most of the summer is now able to go back to work for the By Hazel Flint A revival meeting began at Blackburn on September 1 everybody is welcome. Visiting at Hazel Flint's home over the weekend was Daniel Riffle and his wife. Mildred and Reta and Regina all from Levitsburg, Ohio. Homer Mary Wilford and Rose- Mary Lorette Gregory from Aliquippa Pa: Charles Kathleen Mick and son from Zelienople Pa; Russel Grimes and his wife Paulene and Paula, Debby and Carl from Bristle and Donnie and Debby Brandy also from Bristle; Russel Jr., ram and Mettle Grimes from Bristle. Alvin Collins and children visited his mother, Hazel Flint and his mother Lou M, Theyer on Wednesday evening. Hellen Callin and Hazel Flint were shopping in Glenville, The children all seem to be happy now that school has begun. Sandy and Rose's Fabric Shoppe i!i 6011 double knit, new Fall Plaids & Solids only $2.66 yd. ilii 45 Crinkle, perm. press cloth only $1.98 yd. ::li 45 gauze assorted designs only $1.98 yd. !iii 45]' corduroy prints & solids porto, press $1.98 yd. ii:i 45 Holly Hobble prints perm. press $1.98 yd. i: 60" wide Brushed Denim, poly. & cotton blend iiii 5411 wide Bluejean Denim i!ii 45 perm. press flannel only $1.29 yd. ! New shipment of quilted fabric for bedspreads, coats, quilts fli and many more uses. ii.".: 3 miles below Glenville in on Grantsville Rd. Hope Gas Company. o :::::::::::::::::::: YOU CC A00P00m,A00 Freedom Double-Wide Homes Dacel Ware of Parkersburg was visiting his parents, Russell and Irene Ware last Saturday. BEST SERVICE MOVE AND SET UP OPEN6 DAYS AWEEK SUNDAY I-5 BELKNAP MOBILE HOMES. INC. Phone 364-5608 Rt. 4 lust of[ i-79 Take Gassaway-Sutton Exits Toward Gassaway Gassaway WV Opposi|e B, a xon t y Ar mer Straight Answers From Your Power Company Tide is one in a series of replies to questions being asked by our cus- tomerL Answering today is Don Hollen, mvecutlve Vice Prutdent and General Manager of the Company. Question: Why does Monongahela continue to plan and build new power stations? Answor: Because the demand for electricity continues to grow and because we want to continue to meet the needs of all our cuatomere--to prevent brownouts or black- outs in the early 1980's. One reason for the growth is that there are more new customers every year. During the past year, 6,804 new residential cus- tomers were added. That's like adding each year the population of a small city. In ad- dltion, there were 262 new commercial and industrial customers who required service. And, despite all conservation efforts, electric use per customer continues to increase. Our research people's forecasts have been very accurate and we have always been able to have a new station ready when the total customer load has outgrown existing station capacity. It takes five or more years to com- plete a new station, so construction must start long before it is needed, But now, lowered earnings make it in- creasingly difficult to raise the money needed for now construction. We have had to post- pone the completion schedule for Pleasants Power Station by one year, to 1980. All of our construction plans for the future must be determined by available money --whether or not rates will be grantedsufficient to finance the much higher costaof future construction. There is no other choice; we cannot build power stations and other facilities that we cannot pay for. For more information on how inflation is effecting your electric bill, please write to our Customer Services Department. Monongahela Power Part of the Allegheny Power System n 1375 (, (, (v )- 1(1-8 Daily 12-6 Sunday West Second Street WESTON ALL INFANTS' STRETCH SUITS Delicate pastels, nursery priritg'wi assorted appliques. RE00. 3.48 & 3.9s--- NOW 2/$o. RE00. S.4s & S.9s--- NOW 2/$10. Bootie Sox 79c Orlon Booties-49C Diaper Bags---4.98 Crib Blankets-3.98 Crib Sheets -3.19 GERBER ( SWEATERS Boys' v-neck sweater with stripes. 4.98 Girls' hooded sweater, button front, hand made. 3.98 Receiving Blankets 2//2.29 BLANKET SLEEPER Flame reta,xtant modacrylie- polyester, zip front, if-..," '9 I DISPOSABLE DIAPERS REG, 1.19 OVERNITE_87^ SAVE t00-32C BOX SAVE REG. 1.79 NEWBORN-I.o$- 42C BOX SAVE -1 # 1--52c BOX t l