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4 The Glenvllle Democrat/ Pathfinder I IIIIII II II I I II II II IIII I II I I I "I IIII II I Sat. Sept. 25, 10 a.m. At the farm of the late Lee Clovvser on Crooked Fork (Braxton County) 15 miles from Gassaway (Follow auction signs from Ancil Friends property on Gassawav Chapel Normantovn road). Modern household antiques and collectables and Farm items. Also young team of horses, 17 ewes; 2 lambs; 6 Hampshire buck ram; milk cow. Administratrix: Mrs. Lee (Fetna) Clover Auctioneer: Robert J. Butcher I  I I I II I IIII Ilill IIII IIIIIIIIII III I 1976 Special Feeder Cattle Sales September 25 1:00 P.M. Saturday With Regular Sale Yearlings and Two-Year-Dials SPONSORED BY W.VA. DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE Notice - Farmers "Consign Your Cattle Where The Auction Is" Plenty of Buyers All New Facilities 6 Acres Parking Clean Modern Restaurant Cattle Insured from From Farm to Sale United Livestock Sales Co. P.O, Box 282 Parkersburg, W.Va. 26101 Telephone 304&apos;485-3479 Sale Every Saturday I "00 P.M, Joe Corbitt, Manager Phone 422-1713 GEbiEillt REVEHUE StARING IJf4OVlDES FEDEFIAL fUND5 DIRECTLY fO O(SL AND STATE f=OVER,MENTS OUF GOVfIH<; N; (,<, Li;;  THIS REIORI AOVI$1NG YOU HOW TESE FUNDS HAVE BE  USED ON OBLIGATED DUIING THE YEAR nOM JUL Y I 1975 lFtJ Lf 2.' !97 tHIS iS TGJNFORM YOU OF Otil4 GOVEI4NMENr S PI41ORITIES ANt) TO ENCOUnAGE OUR PAInt  CPAT ONIN DC.i>ONS ON O FHTUFE  UNDS I4OLII.D BF SPENT liO'IE: Ai, l COMPLAINTS OF eISCItlMINATION IN THE USE OF THEaE FUNeS MAY eE SENT TO THE OFFICE OF IIEVENUE ilaIARilla, WASllINGTON, D.C. Io2111, "' ' "' AOtUAL IXPRNIITUeES (i Oblllllliml) l i;-'/-- THE IIOVERNIIENI Lf"/OPCL IS T)I.iN ' ''"  ..... _! !o ._L _..: L ............ ' .... ?._r">P'_ -_'t'':'7 _._<_ ............. _e ': ' ...... i:,4 "C %/ ID) TRUST FUND REPORT (tefet o ,sltuctor D, I BalaceasoJue30 1975 S  , i "; '4 _ o f4evenue nar,na Funds ,. lecvc Irc,m ,io,y I 1975 ,u June 30 !g $ .............. ] inte,e Receo 6 , Ft,lune0 lo Oils IIF AIY $ s tit -;7t Gilmer wallops Walton Gilmer County High's football team enjoyed'their first road trip of the season last Saturday night by walloping Walton 34-6. A well-balanced offensive attack racked up 341 total yards, while the defense was limiting Walton to only 57 yards rushing and 31 yards passing. Randy Miller, who scored two four-yard touchdowns, gained 69 yards in 15 carries, Bobby Kirk- patrick picked up 71 yards in nine carries including touchdown runs of three and ten yards. Quarterback Jerry McPherson rambled for 71 yards in eight carries. The Titans other score came on a 40 yard pass from McPherson to Don Wilson. The Gilmer defense recovered four Tiger fumbles.Danny Smith scooped up two of them Phil Stalnaker intercepted a pass. Smith had three tackles and seven assists, Pat Minney had three tackles and 10 assists and Brad McPherson had three tackles and five assists. Everyone on the team got to play as Coach Clyde Stepp emptied his bench in the fourth quarter. The Titans take on Doddridge County away this Friday night. Doddridge is 3-0 on the season. Last year they participated in the Class AA football playoffs. Stepp is con- fident of a victory. "I think we can beat them, we just can't afford to make any mistakes," said Stepp. Se ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Bv Audrey Eorrad Mr. Ira Meyers' father, Mr. Levi Myers of Hershey, Pa. and Mrs. Ruth Meyers' mother, Mrs. Alice McDanial, of Elizabethtown, Pa., visited with them during the past week. Anna Bell Kramlick has returned from Maryland to live in Sand Fork. French Barker entered St. MarTs Hospital in Clarksburg on Sept. 10. Waldtraut ]edamski has been visiting her family, Mr. and Mrs. Helmut Jedamski in Sand Fork. She attends college in California. " Visiting Goldie Siebert during the past week were her daughter. Betty and son-in-law Freddie Hoover. of Canton, Ohio. Mr. & Mrs. I.W. Canfield's niece Sharon Buffer, and children from Pasadena, Md., visited with them over the holiday. Harold Tomblin celebrated his B5th birthday last Wednesday Sept. B. ,%%%%%%%" *_%;%%_%_* %L%?,%?;._%',%%T.',T.%'.%%%%','@.%%%%',%' By Hazel Flint Blanch Gibson has returned home after visiting her son and family and her daughter in Texas. Hellen Collins and Hazel Flint were shopping in Burnsville last Wednesday. While there they visited Helen's brother, Herbert Riffle and his wife. Dora Wiant is on the sick list again. Patsy Collins was also taken to the doctor last Friday. She is not doing well. Richard and Alvin Collins were in Parkersburg last Thursday. We 'I Ament from us you to -rv|ce We will be service foe! We . . ........ . ............. ...-. -.....-...-.- -.:.>.%..;.;f:.; .'.:.;:;:;:;,';.'-......./...;.;(-;':.;' :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .-..'. ,.;o. :;<. :;, .................... By Nedra Alltop Mr. and Mrs. Paul Whyte and Stacy from Barber, on, Ohio visited Mr. and Mrs. Oren Sumpter Sep- tember 11-12. Mrs. Viola Whitesel and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Osborne from Grafton, Ohio, have been visiting relatives on Steer Run. Mrs. Ruth Reed is still a patient in the Calhoun General Hospital in Grantsville, Room 102. She is showing little improvement. Lee James was released from the Veteran's Hospital in Clarksburg on September 14. Mrs. Ott Allen Was admitted to the Calhoun General Hospital Sep-. tember 13 after falling from her swing and striking another chair as she fell. Mr. Barker Mowery was admitted to the Calhoun General Hospital September 14. Mr. Doy Pritt was admitted to the Calhoun General Hospital Sep- tember 14. Clay apple fest features fiddlers A fiddler's contest has been slated as a part of the Golden Delicious Apple Festival in Clay County, on Saturday, September 25. The event will begin at 4 p.m. at the firehouse. The contest is a highlight of this year's expanded festival. Oth weekend events will include a .%%%....o,.......,... ..... ..............o.,. .,..,. .... ................, ................................................ . .... ........... . ``?.:.::'.:;:::::::::::::;.:::::::::.:'::.'::::::::::::%:::.::::::.::::%.::::.:::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::...::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::. %%%%'.':::::::::-.%::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::`C.`,:::::::.:%.::::.:.:::..:.:.-% "00t's flip for,[."" bicycle race, a grand parade, a treeing contest, chicken barbecue and many other exciting events. The festivities will begin on Friday, September 24 and end on Sunday, September 26. Eeryone is welcome to attend. -. - Fiddlers Itould come prepared L  play two or three traditional mountain tunes. There will be rib- boris and cash prizes for the winners. More information is available from James Rutenbeck at 587-4727 (evenings). Blackburn gets game The Blackburn United Methodist Church. which has been appealing for a soft ball game through these pages. finally got their wish. They had a good game with Sand Fork, but lost when the game was caged off in the sixth inning because of the ten-run advantage rule. Blackburn players were: Eddy Frame, ]oey McHenry, Bub Riffle, John Riffle, Gene Persinger, Benie Conrad, Andy Knight. ]ira" Marks Ir., Becky Heater, Melody McHenry and Cora Persinger. Sand Fork players were: Randy Blake. Iohn Boothe. Mike Kelley, Roger Luzader, Jake Heater, Rick Blake, Richard Collins, Alfred Knight, Mark Collins and Boone Collins. Something to sell? Try our Want-Ads. Proven sellers for your mutseellaneous Items. Call 46.730 nowl NOW AVAILABLE Alcan VAn-as-Wood Aluminum Siding [.024 guase aluminum witl 5 7 Stunning Colors White Avocado Heather Gold Imperial Brown Colony Red Slate 30-Year Guarantee [All the Appearance of Wood Witheut FREE ESTIMATES - NO Call Collect 349-2573 AUBURN BUILDIS Box 84 Auburn, W. Va. 26325 ARM IALI SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1976 STARTING AT 10:00 A.M. LOCATED AT THE LATE FRANK DOLI4 RE,DENCE, t IILE$ FROa RUSH RUN HILL. (Tllm illlm ll, ei Lick oFI Goesm Reed -  - I Miles #lllm 8umsvIlie tyro u Tllitll Lick iN Oil Ctk Rled). FOLLOV AUCTION SIGNS. LIVESTOCK tO HIREFORD COltS, S  F y. ell /c.l, t liAe S HEREFGRD COq$ (ltdl) wilk clt Ill ltill IAll .s , #=,,ro k,m#  , w,ll H,id,d IvIll 2 YEARLING HEIFERS I. 40  600 I1.) it Y IARLIH ST E i$ wt. 4 Ii S(i Ibl.) 6 STOCK EWES R&t i,i 600 1 d g/ AN'U " "  '- : SAVAGE FUJi/' 22 BITH clip it OCTAGON BARREL CIDER MILL (** ,l Iil TRUNKS ROUND STAND IqCRER ROCIN60IAIE It IflCIEI STlkllT CHill eL@ BEDS PICTURE F R/dES WOPIR IASKET$ SQUARE TRUNK VlC1ROLA SPLIT EOTTUN CHAIRS STONE IAR$ JUGS gTUNR CHURN PFLI BUTTER STIR TOOLS & MISCELLANEOUS S H.P. FRB OTDTILLER tRT OF PIPE lS VISE & TAleR PI.IIST I C P1PE lISE*ORAliN HAY RAgE I LOT OF USID LUMBER TOOL RUE FOR TRUCB IY ROLLS OF WOVEN ffIRI HP ROLL OF BARE mEE TAIl? OLD ttARNESS lOXES O STAPLES S IEETS OF HE TIN SCALES TIRES SH|ET OF CORBUGATED STEEL EELBH EXTENSION L&ODER itCILE EIHDEE UtSD PIPB POST LE CilIS kATTOCKS IK)ODEN BARRELS SEED SCREEN HAIL KEG CORN PLANTER GRINDSTONE EOCKIHG CHAIRS WOODEN FLANE INSULATORS KRAUT CUTTER POWDER HORN UIQE LAST {2) OAg WASH STANDS KNOT MALL 14.BHE HAE l RAGE. HOE. ,OVEL | 11 llISIOll CORD DE-HORNERS CROSS CUT SAW ONE AN 5tw TREE PEtqEES BRtCE AND BIT SET IRON EDGES CUTlVgFOE CORN DEILL POTATO FOEg POLE AXE PITCHFORES CAN HOOKS STEP LADDER CORN SHELLER REGULATORS DItLIN$ I LOT OF LL TOOS MHGA.E EAREEL SHOTGU14 HOUSEHOLD CABINET TABLE CHAIRS COUCH CliK.'UL A TIHO REATER RADIANT GAS REATEE DREfEE WTH MIRROR OAK VARDRORE LOT OF OOO CHAIRS A ST&ND CANN|H(; JARS PROPERTY - 120 ACRES I;to ACRES OF LAND I , letiI -IILuDES 60 ACRES OF TINGERLAND WITH APPles ITELY s,0o BOARD FEET OF TRES zo ACRES oP BUTTC* LAND. ILJCE IS IN PASTURE FREE GAS RIONTS ill(Ell LIHE IS LAID TO qELL: t2) IAIAS. Ill GRMEEY. CATTLE SCALES. HaG ROUSE. I IAq t*,OUSES O.e, ,.*1  ,,,  ,, t 4 =41 ke Ri, .ill b ...# i , Oil Er, H,Hb,lli., 4-;# Club " " Tnl: Cl=b /00ARDON ME DO HAVE THE TIME," THE DAYAi006 THE DATE? SEIKO l)O00. Flip, there's the you're looking for. Flip, there's another number. Fast? Fast doesn't do it justice. Your phone book if; the fastest way we know to find a number. Practically any nunber. After all, what,s faster than a flip? -... From now on, when you need to find a number, find it fast. Whadda ya sa T, folks--let's flip for it. 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SEIKO Caplans Jewelry Store 17d self-winding, 98.2 ft. water tested instant day/date setting bilingual English-Spanish calendar, yellow top/stainless steel back. hazy Drown dial, strap. 17J, sell-winding, 98.2 ft, water tested, instant day/date setting, yellOW top/stainless steel back, brown dial, two-tone adjustable bracfflet. Open Frfday nights for your shopping convenler. Use your Bank AmerfccmJ or Master Otm or Free Credit 159 Main ,ve. Wesion, W.Va.