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Glenville, West Virginia
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6 The Glenvflle Democrat/Pathfinder September 30, 1976 by Nedra Alltop Carol lames traveled with Mrn. era Minney to Morgantown September 17 to spend the weekend with Mrs. Minney&apos;s brother. Mrs. Ruth Reed is still a patient in the Calhoun General Hospital (Room 102). She has shown great improve- / mont. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moss recently spent a week in Ohio visiting their children. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Taggart have sold their home on Steer Creek. Last week it was reported that Barker Mowery was in the Calhoun General Hospital. It was lake Mowery who was in the hospital, not Barker. A baby shower was given for Mrs. [anice Hindershot of Parkersburg at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lytle Sprouse Sunday afternoon, September t0. Doy Prit| is still a patient in the (:athomJ General Hospital. He is doing muct betier. TIIE IDEAL GIFT - A subscrip- tion to the Hometown Newspaper The Glenviile Democrat and The Glenville Pathfinder. :L ':;':';':". ,:.%...i..iii....,................... ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .... ......... .:.::.:.:::.x.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::.:.:.:::::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.: Mar: Your Calander For OCTOBER 9, 1976 9:3o A. M. Fayetteville, W.Va. E. REBBECA NEELY 3 Miles out Gatewood Rd., near beautiful and fascinating New River Gorge, World's Longest Single Arch Bridge, and Hawks Nest State Park. Selling inherited, aud llfe-tlme collection of antiques and collectors items. ROBERT J. BUTCHER Glenville, W.Va. 26351 Phone [304] 462-7409 / !j ": "";::::...:''';':';?;::':--':'.:'' -'..'::- ............................... .... ........................ .... :. %%%* %%%o, %. %. * s * .%?,"* * * '.','*''.'**'.%',*o'*,*',,'-%*'%" .... " "" "" * " " " "" *"- *" """ " ::. H.'- _':': .... ..... ...'. e.':;%..'.:.:............./.....:......../...................' ....:>::..:...e'`............:............:.::........:...`.<...:2:::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:-.:.::.:.:.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::../..:. 2% Milk 1.39 a gal. Self-service gas Special Tony's P00zza's Hot Sanwsches I), Mart 7 a.m. to 12 madnaght .:::.:...:::..::: Mrs. Mona Reasor of Harrisville is spending some time visiting her son, Paul Cox and family. Mr. and Mrs. Oral Spurgeon, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sanders and Lima Gaines attended a conference of the Church of the Bethren in Eglon, W.Va., Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Marguerite McIntyre, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schulte, is in the hospital following a heart attack. We wish her a speedy recovery. Mrs. Bertha McIntyre has entered Flesher's Nursing Home in Weston. She was formerly from this community. A birthday dinner was held last Sunday for Mr. Eddie Parsons. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Blair Bush of Cox's Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Oral Spurgeons, Geniene, and Marjory Parsons all of-Bear Fork. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Flesher from California have been visiting the James Matthews family. A fellowship supper, followed by a Gospel Sing, was well attended Sunday evening at the Mr. Earnest Church. Mr. and Mrs, Harold Radcliff spent a few days in Akron, Ohio last week. Their son-in-law, Bob Lee of Akron, was in|ured in an auto wreck. He suffered a broken leg and other bruises, but is getting along very well now. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hinter attended the Doddridge-Gilmer football game in West Union last Friday night. Kathy Furr, Jim Shackleford to wed Cathy is a 1975 graduate of Ellis United Linganore High School in Frederick g County, Md. She attended West observed. Virginia Wesleyan College and Cathy Glenville State College. She is Frederick employed by the Department of Highways in Gilmer County. Jim attended Gilmer County High for tile School and is employed as a dozer operator for Victor R. Kirkpatrick. made The wedding will take place Applicatlo October 23, at 7:00 p.m., at the Upper drcuit Mr. and Mrs. James D. Smith of New Windsor, Md., proudly announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of her daughter, Cathy Annette Jurr, to James J. Shackleford, son of Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Shackleford of Linn. "::::::::::::::::: Elder Roy J. Conrad Elder Roy J. Conrad, 75, a Baptist minister of Perkins, died Thursday, September 23, at the Calhoun County General Hospital in Grantsville. Mr. Conrad was born in Gilmer ESTATE AUCTION SATURDAY, OCTOBER 815 EAST MAIN STREET, Modern Household 2 piece living room suite; divan; coffee stands; card and other tames; floor and new); hassock; rockers; desk with chair; with stool; fan; 2 piece bedroom suite; bedroom suites; dresser; bed; steel closet 2 dinette sets (each with 6 chalrs); china washer & dryer (I yr. old); double range; gas & electric refrigerators; steel cabinets; serving cart; IM Chevrol step stool & other things common to a Antlques And Coliecflbles Rockers; bed; china cabinet; secretary; trunk; and many other items. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TERMS: CASH Auctioneer: Robert J. Rite Jo Wanstrt, .Of The Estate Of Geuieve County, June 9, 1901, a son of the late " Thaddeus and Mary Bufler Conrad. He I Ciaarettes S3"99 ! was married to Tacie Allen, who m - survives along with five sons: Lee of m ic LeGrange O., Paul of Perkins, Glen of : . m I |_ m .=.|&L. ' lnr Ill I of Grafton, 0., Paul of Perkins, Glen of i nuTane LmgnTer The word "hangnail" comes Middlebourne; three daughters, Mrs. from the Old English,"hang,' Pauline Conger and Mrs. F, meline m 00o.w.,t Hou. meaning pain. f ............... Pearce, both o Elyria, O., and Mrs. _ @0 3 Ib on *-- Josephine Mohr of LeGrange, O., a [_.offca " "" brother, Doy Conrad of Grafton, O., m "-- -" or AD two sisters, Mrs. Ottie Allen and Mrs. Mnell House Thelma Dennis, both of Normnntown; "---:'" . .. @ ta ,- 18 grandchildren and two great m instant t.orree "--" grandchildren.  Ordained in 1940, he,held m Duncan Hines pastorates in 13 churches in the m iALA gVA} Perkins area. He was a member of the - lldll IVliA "r of funeral arrangemeat: .... ' :' :i,,t,kll .... Oak Grove Baptist Church. in mi . Funeral services were held m _ Sunday, September 26, at the Oak m [ en00g Grove Baptist Church with Elder m --.- ..... Charles Fisher and Elder Chenoweth i , Stalnaker officiating. 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