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S The Glenville Democrat/ Pathfinder Upper and Lower Spruce Run School reunion Gas refundsoon Dennison The second annual Upper & Lower ruce Run School reunion was held September 5 at the Cedar Creek Park. A picnic was served at the noon ur. New officers appointed were: President, Mary Harvey; treasurer, Mrs. Gaylord Vanhorn; and cretary Mrs. Pearl Knight. The next reunion will he held Sept. 4, 1977 at the Cedar Creek State Park. The following people were present: Mr. and Mrs. Byron Rinehart from Charleston; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Knight of Baltimore, Md.; Mr, and Mrs. Steve Parkurst of Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs. Okay C. Slvey of Charleston; Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Reed of Baltimore, Md.; M r. and Mrs Holmes Harvey ad Gaud Adams of Linn. Also attending were- Miss Agusta ersman of Glenville; Mr. Willard cCartney of Ohio; Delphia McCartney, Julia McCartney of arleston; Mrs. Nettle Wright of lenville; Mr. and Mrs. Mandle Wright of Ohio; Alice Burns and Billy and Faith Burns of Ohio; Mr. Dick Moss of Ohio; Jimmy Moss of Glenville; and Mr. and Mrs. Jen- nings Moss Jr. of Ohio. Also attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Thompson of Glenville; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Furr of Ohio; Mike Moss of Glenville; Vllma Moss of Ohio; Margaret Sears, of Glenville; Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Kuhl of Ohio; Mrs. Edith Saunders of Weston; Mr. and Mrs. Claud McVaney of Clarksburg; and Pearl McVaney of Texas. Also attending were- Stein McCartney of Charleston; Mr. and Mrs. Fontz McCartney of Charleston; Thera Kelley of Clarksburg; Pearl Kelley, Glen- vllle; Mrs. Nancy Stainaker of Weston; Fred McCartney of Charleston; Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Vanhorn of Glenville; Truman Rhoades of Clarksburg; Floda Criss of Clarksburg; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller of Ohio; Annie Mowery and Shirley of GrantsviUe; and Hazel Miller Moore of Glenville. Hope Natural Gas Company should be able to advise its customers before October I how and when it will make the refunds ordered by the West Virginia Public Service Commission on August 31, according to Hope's Western Area Manager Kenneth E. Travis. Travis said several methods of making the refund are being evaluated by Hope against the prime criteria of effectiveness and cost. These methods include refund by check mailed to customers, refund by credit against customers' accounts and combinations of the two. "Regardless of the method used for the refunds, we intend to accomplish it as rapidly as possible after we have consulted with the Public Service Commission," Travis said. "The exact amount a customer will be refunded will be determined by how much gas he used and whether he was a customer during the entire period covered by the refund orders. 1 would expect that our average residential customer will receive a refund ranging from eight to ten dollars if he was our customer during the entire time from February 19, 1973 to November 30, 1975," said Travis. reunion A reunion of the family of James R. Dennison, formerly of Gilmer County and now living in Massillon, Ohio, was held recently in Massillon. There were 49 family members and one guest present. Four generations of the ]. R. Dennison family were represeted. Dennison has eight children: Harold of Phoenix, Ariz., who was unable to attend; James Jr. of Pine City, Minn., Mrs. ]ames [Betty) Hurley of Ypsilanti, Mich., Mrs. Robert {Lillian) Dobbins of Akron, Mrs, Robert (Madeline) Troyer of Trail, Donzil of Bowerstown, Mrs. Richard (Bonnie} Annen of Massi!lon and Jamie Scott of Massillon. There are 15 grandchildren and six great- grandchildren. AlSO celebrated at the reunion was the 27th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. James (Bernice) Dennison Jr. and the arrival of David Harless,London, England, a grandson of Dennison. The oldest person present was 75 years old and the youngest present was eight months old. A picnic style dinner was served. The afternoon was spent playing games and reminiscing. BOX OF CHICKEN 45 c LB CUT UP FRYERS WHOLE FRYERS 55 cLB 53eLB Trappers to hold state The West Virginia Trappers Inc. will be holding their annual convention at the Gilmer County Recreation Center this Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 23-25. Joe Hickman of Glenville is in charge of organizing the convention. There will be an early bird meeting to renew old friendships on Friday. Se On new committee demonstrations os and trapline tioneers wig Alex Shieff, Service, Ontario, On Sunday auction of consig Board meets (Continued from page 1) Welty informed the board that Troy Elementary wants to schedule football games with Cairo, Walton, Calhoun and Burnsville. A committee of physical education teachers and principals asked the board to discuss the possibility of changing the grading system for physical education classes in the elementary schools. The group suggested that the grading system be changed to a satisfactory- unsatisfactory type system. The board suggested that they get more input from students and parents. The board announced that State Superintendent of Schools, Daniel Taylor has speak at the Glenville p.m., November 7, Bus station The been re-located Shop on S. Lewis St, Buses will leave times, 9:55 a.m. Clarksburg and p.m. for CharlestOn. PORK BUTT ROAST (BONE IN). 85c LB PORK BUTT STEAK 95 LB TmNSUCED $1.05 Llt SUPERIORS TAVERN BONELESS HAM LEG OR BREAST QUARTERS 55e LB WHOLE OR HALF OR PORTION $1.49 L BREAST (WITH RIBS)89 DRUMSTICKS 79 e LB POLISH SAUSAGE 69 LB THIGHS c LB i 69 BOUNTY PA. DUTCH I i PAPER TOWELS Sl.00 NOODLES 16 oz 00.FOl00 $1 EARLY JUNE PEAS SMUCKER JOAN OF ARC GRAPEjEIY HEINZ KETCHUP 260z 79 32OZ 89 c CHEER 17 OZ 4 FOR 89 DETERGENT 84 oz JENO'S DUCAN HINES DOUBLE CHEESE PIZZA LAYER C_E MIXES oz 89" 1800oz 55 MUSSELMANS CAMPBELLS APPLE BUTTER TOMATO SOUP 280Z We reserve the right to limit quantities 40Z 6 FOR $1.00 KRAFT ITALIAN OR FRENCH SPECIALS-THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY $ RAGU SPAGHETTI SAUCE 32 oz STARKIST TUNA FISH 6,oz 55  6 A.M.-9 P.M. MONDAY THROUGH SAI'URDAY DRESSING 8oz 39 DAKOTA HEARTH ' BREAD 51LB FOR 99 , , BAG ONION RINGS ' 6 00oTS 1 {SEAPAC) 16z 69 --Russeu BANQUET  000LBPotatoes 99 BAG PEARS 10FOR I1! FROZEN DINNERS 99 (CHOPPED BEEF-CHICK. 2 LB WHrrE MEAT LOAF. SAIBURY S -TURKEY OrONS 29 eBAG EASTH 16OZ 2FOR 89 c