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Leon town of district, one containing 21 acres and on containing 13 acres. Mr. and Mrs. L.K. Mathenv grant to Mr. and Mrs. Robert ]. Flesher 95 acres on Little Cove Creek, Troy Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reed and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Reed grant to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kuhl five acres on Sycamore Run, Glenville district. Marriages Larry Gene Long, 26, of Ravenna. Ohio and Lula Belle Huffman, 25. of Cedarville. J. district. Darrell J. !City Addition Jenkins their i Two Run -L  Creek Center I I P !. MiehaelCole. e Urbanik |&apos;othy Urbanik !Jr the Waters of Ill  Fork of the 1 Creek, Center t of W T .. _ ,ulJroY. They will lt D_.I0 Tanner, Oct. UBLE lNtco Burnsville, IISPLAY p ov. You won't need the "new math" to figure out the advantages of these Metropolitan fixed income annuities which can provide teachers and others who are qualified 8. All are kND  with a monthly income as long as they live. -- roved trans- iday tiI  Elementary Metropolitan annuities are especially lies  avel to games attractive to teachers and other employees I1 in Cairo Oct of public schools and to employees of " '.:- ' " most non-profit charitable, educational Umni tld0iball scientific, literary and religious ! i. at the Gilmer organizations because of special Federal i itbtfll Field. Any income tax provisions. Call today. ated from a ,,..  !! ly participate. HUNTER B. BEALL, JR. ii I1t[1 play even 813GrarKICentrMAvenum Vienna, W.Va. 26106 :.,-,-'-sed major O'=: (304)296,4661 of.the Central Rmddmme (304) 295-6353 asCunty i, Izes i!lCUference and ordered High a O Mettopo!itan !: l00,h ,00hoo,. Where the future now i ? Board: . persons to : students Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, N. Y., N.Y. .BilIIili il year: June I "' I00JBI, I : Rogacki. : to the IIi SATURDAY, OCT. 9 1976 at 1:00 P.M. m 14 for those : Located at my residence on Tanner #4 near m_ who may Shock and Rosedale .m m problems as II Upright freezer, maytag washer, gas stoves, antique B nurse and  bed, Dresser, living room smte, W. robe, 20 folding chairs, of one Elect. churn, seperator and cream can, pasteurizer, 54-passenger I counter scales, axes, sledge hammers, wedges, chain saw, B purchasing. # 10 V nlow, cultivator, harrow teeth, ist-mill, corn w cw-- !the Kennedy i crusher, three yr. old cow and calf, other items too s 50 bales of numerous to mention. _m Glenville  Lunch will be served by th, 9 women of the church. t, | , to meet with : OWNER , HOMER R. SAMPSON the". m MMMMMMMMMMiiMMMMiMMMMMMMMMMnM MMMMMMMMMMMMM SILVER REPLATING REDUCED .20%. No charge for straightening* DURING OCTOBER ONLY BEFORE I AFTER I TInS YOUR INVESTMENT FOR THE FUTURE! EVERY ITEM REPLATED AT SALE PRICES For Instance of old silverplated items continues to Article Reg. Sale Price . this is an excellent time to take advantage of leapet $46.95 $37.56 low, low prices to have your worn silverware, and family heirlooms replated like new. Creamer 24.50 19.60 ),eces are now more valuable than ever and Candlestick(per mchi 2.65 2.12 wonderful gifts. All work HEAVILY SILVER- D by our skilled silversmiths and Sale prices Sugar bowl 26.95 21.56 ALL pieces, flays(per sq n) .210 .168 OUR NEW REPAIR POLICY *FREE DENT REMOVAL and straightening on all items we silverplate. ONLY $12.95 FOR ANY AND ALL ADDITIONAL REPAIRS, no matter extensive, on any piece we silverplate. Includes soldering broken lees , knobs, etc. (Only exceptions are for furnishing new parts). SALE ENDS OCTOBER 30 ,t BRING IN SILVER TODAY! Open Friday nights for your shop#a s convenience. Free Credit Main AVe. 'S JEWELRY STORE Weston, W.Va. October 7, 1976 The Glenvflle Demoerat/P I IS EVERYON BUSIN 2 05 OCT'76 Form 31 I FIRE PREVENTION ...... WEEK OCTOBER ]- 1.li 201 OCT76 Form 31 DON'T DON'T DON'T DON'T DON'T DON'T DON'T DO DO DO leave matches near children. leave junk and combustible materials in attics, basements or closets overload electrical circuits. use frayed electrical cords. , smoke in bed. use inflammable liquids and cleaning fluids if they can be avoided. place aerosol cans near heat. extinguish all cigarettes and cigars when you are through smoking. extinguish all campfires thoroughly. use common sense in preventing fires and call your local fire department the instant you suspect a fire. These tips are provided by the Gilmer County Volunteer Fire Department, a non-profit organization pledged to protect lives and property in Gilmer County. We answer an emergency call in Gilmer County about once each six da-, but  mt4.Bt depend upon the donations of the citizens of Gilmer County each year in order to sufficient funds on which to operate. Please take a moment to think how important it ii to have a well-trained and well-equipped department active in our community and then make your contribution.  Contributions maybe mailed to: Gilmer County Volunteer Fire Department P.O. Box 255 Glenville, West Virginia 26351 : ::: $:::: .:: :::   ..:::: : >':: . :' ::: :::. :$ ..:  ::: ::: :: >'f...,. .:  ::: .<$ ::  :<: ': :':.:  %-.. .b. ":# ..,$ Your donations are the support we need to give you the service you deserve.