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6 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder e'.A-r A honeybee can carry a burden 300 times its own weight. I III I I III Ill Where Qua ity Is The Key Word 76 PONTIAC LE MANS 4-Door Sedan Vii,  Power $teerb Power Brdum Air Coral., AM'M Stereo, Cmbe Cudl Aml Moray Nkm  Cream W/Tan VkWl awl, IID00 IIMieLTMs Car Is LJke New kequt Iror Prkm. 76 PINTO 2.Door Sedan 4 CySt, 4 Speed, RJi , Whb Wd Tk, Dud Rmete ramb mmm Lks Aad flum Uke New WII 700 MIIm. Deep Brown Metalk. 7S CHEVROLET MONZA 2 - 2, 2 Door Hatcldmck Sad VS. Aum WCem.k A.d a.dmt s.d., Powor st**ms, Pwor Ikmk abme, tlutor,   oefsor, Red W/llbck kted, NkO00 Mira ,tad  V Skm,. 7S PLYMOUTH DUSTER 2-Door S Cylkd, A.tmetie, Por Steed WMte Wd   Ikmt.  Wffm Imlmrl. 1Ns Is A Very Nice Cor WRh 21,000 Mli. 74 GMC V2 Ton PI Extra Nke Tmdc With 3&O00 M ToMmr. 74 BUICK LE SABRE LUXUS 2 Door Hardtop 74 DART 2 Door Hardtop 73 COUGAR XR-7, 2 Door Hardtop vs, Admnd Buckets Wmb, Pov sb..t pw, or sml. Ak, T Pwor W1Mdms, Power  For Driver, aur Window  And Other  All WmNk Vln Ito And IOS Mira. [Xbl NIc*. 61 CHEVROLET Hlmtt zsa vs, autmu,  ttmtor, lira mA0o mk Very Nk NO AUCTION CARS II I I I I I IIIIII H I IIIIII . I FURR'S QUALITY AUTO SALES WlLLARD FURR OWNER & MANAGER GLENVILLE {ONE MU OUT ON WESTON ROAD) PHONE 462-8380 I II [ I II I Lll I I Ill I fll I II I llll i 512 Elk St. Gassaway, W. Va. Evenings I II I1[ ':i:::i: Frashure, Arbogast married .., .  i! L Mr. and Mrs. Tom Arbogast .. - ;e,.;.;e;,;,;.;.;.;,..-_.-,-.-.- .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.'.;.;.;.;.;.: - - ,;,;...." :.. .:'.*':*:*:': .v.'.'. . ::.";::*$:'.**':';''*'.'**.';*;'';'.'.';  ....... '. By Thelma Shacideford Rev. Robert Jones and Mrs, Jones were at the Cox's Mill U.M. Church for his regular appointment at 10 a.m. Rev. Rita Emerson preached for Rev. Jones. He hasn't been very well. Sunday School followed at 11 a.m. A basket dinner was served at the noon hour. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Perkins of Indianapolis, Ind., were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Ellyson. Mrs. Perkins is the former Jean Ellyson of Sinking Creek, a sister of Indian Ellyson. Mrs. Pauline Butcher is a patient in the Union Protestant Hospital at Clarksburg where she underwent Se ESTATE AUCTION SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 815 EAST MAIN STREET, Modern Household ' 2 piece Hying room suite; divan; coffee stands; card and other tables; floor and new); hassock; rockers; desk with chair; with stool; fan; 2 piece bedroom suite; bedroom suites; dresser; bed; 2 dinette sets (each with 6 chairs); china washer & dryer (1 yr. old); double oven range; gas & electric refrigerators; steel cabinets; serving cart; 1964 Chevrolet step stool & other things common to Antiques And CollecUbles Rockers; bed; china cabinet; secretary; trunk; and many other items. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TERMS: CASH Auctioneer: Robert J. Butcher Rlta Jo Wanstreet, Of The Estate Of Genieve Waide Miss Diana Frashure became the bride of Charles (Tom) Arbogast on August 14 at 9 a.m. The ceremony was performed by the Ray. Richard Dequasie at Bendale. Serving as maid of honor was Miss Susie Wilong of Linn. Best man was Mr. Joe Frashure of Linn. The bride wore a full-length baby blue gown and carried a bouquet of babies' breath and daisies. Grill gone surgery. We wish her a speedy recovery. Whr  mi t Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Adams were Paul and Mary Adams of C hesapeak, W V, Roland =-R  ? and Glenna Warner, Wade, Jean and . (Continued from page I) concoction made with a Hershey chocolate bar. They sold for 10 cents apiece. When Beall, now 80 years old, talks of those old days at The Grill it's easy to imagine the problems that were solved after lengthy discussions in the shop. He seems to be proud of the position The Grill once had as the premier loafing spot in town. He boasts that Harry Heflin, one-time president of Glenville State College, was one of his best loafers. With The Grill's demise Beall complains that "there's really no place left in town to loaf, except maybe the pool hall." Beall retired in 1969. Mary Gregory had operated the Grill since then. Although soda shops are dying all over the country, she says Donna Adams, all of Harrisville; Bill Ellyson of Wflliamstown; Claud Adams of Linn; and Audie Stout of Alum Bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Alfred Mathess, Brian and Jamie, of Washington, WV, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mathess of Cox's Mill over the weekend. Robert Swick is a patient in the Veterans Hospital at Clarksburg. Ralph Etlyson of Weston, formerly of Cox's Mill, has returned to his home after a stay in the Stonewall Jackson Hospital, suffering from a heart attack. He is some improved. business was still pretty good. After working seven days a week she's decided to take it easy for awhile at her home in Cedarville. The ghosts who've been taking it easy at The Grill all these years will have a harder time finding a place to rest. Office 364-8365 364-5547 Mr. Hay 765-5164 Mr. Stewart 364-8808 Dan Law 462-5290 West Second Street THE b'ro.s HOURS: 10-8 Daily 12-6 Sunday On The River, 2 Story Good Buy. Call Dan Law '17,500 Town Convenience 2 Bedroom, Full Basement, Check The Low Price of '15,500 Call Dan Law THE LOAN COST Yet loan cost is an important part of the overall financial transaction. BANK keeps this cost item at a minimum. Kanawha Union Bank Glenville West Virginio WESTON C Winter's a playland waITllly. folk in snuggly from our cold collection. In The Heart of Glenville, Near College, Big 4 BR home at Sacrifice Price *14,995.00 Financing available. Call Mr. Hay Sacrifice Sale Burnsville 3 Bedroom Home With All City Conveniences. '12,500oo Fish Off Your Back Porch InThis Beautiful 3 Bedroom Home Just Plain Nice - 3 Acre Grounds are Flat, Flat, Flat! *39,500 oo Gilmer Co. Land 70 Acres Near Alice 11 Acres Sinking Creek 5 Acres Sinking Creek 3 Acres and beautiful cabin near Stouts MilL 56 Acres Sand F0l,k 108 Acres Washington District Calhoun Co. 330 Acres Washington District Calhoun Co. 18 Acres Stouts Mill fiat. 135 Acre Farm Special Rt. 33. BOYS' JACKETS Many styles available in denim, pile & nylon. Sizes 2 to 7 6.99 to 12.95 4J-q0000 GIRLS' COA 7 Regular length sty!es in many / / //" t',4, ,, /" assorted fabrics. Snzes 4 to 14 ' -" 15.95 to 27.95