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Glenville, West Virginia
October 10, 1975     The Glenville Democrat
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October 10, 1975

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youths 4-H Week over seven People in 4-H and let and what its Fizer, Development Virginis the week's ~UOn's 200th history, goals youth there are cur- L1 4-H Clubs: Perkins Ellis Shooting Steppers, Merry the Lockney Service County Extension and Ruby ~ent, Home Webster Service Loren Janet Mary HOwes, and the governing activities in of the ~ounty Home CH Leaders' County along tlm W. Va. Was named 4-H Leader Mary , Itdia Gordon, Orlene Rose Mont- Shirley Alma June Miller, Mrs. James White. Cain. Minney, WilliamsMrs. John ,Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn James James G. Wright, Mr. and and Mrs. Mrs. Tom Linda M.,,s. Betty at the turn of practical Among the are those clothing, and arts. Year, over by 8e~aut from holnG- Indian educaUon, Year-round attended 4-H Camp Needs of UOshur, J ABOUT TEAMWORK: what has four beads, eight arms. is usually made muddy from climbing out of italy, and trevek by a red truck? A Gilmer County 4-H Land fudging Team. of course. ]union Team members are [above] Rodney SemervUle. |eft Bailey. Sue Ann Reed and Dawn Hinzmun. Senior Team members are [below] lna Burkhamer, Jan Hinzman, Wil]ard Wright and Myrmt Bailey. They travel to Oklahoma City this spring to compete in International ~petifion. Land Judging is a practical evaluation of soil properties, Jmr..b as permeability, slope and depth. Coach of the groulm is Everett Malmm, Extenmlon Agent. who has had two winning teams in Oklahoma. lID %. ..... I b Feye Kuhl [Chambers] at left represented GJhner County well at the National 4-H Club Conlp~m hurt year. She wu judged on her entire 4-H record the past 10 years in ciothin8 awards division. Faye also won a national title which In-ouSt her a coflege scholarship. This year, Diane Burke him been notified she will repremmt the state as a delegate to the Congre~. Diane'8 wlnnin$ recefd was in beef cattle although, like Faye, she is occemplished in many other areas. Diane's record included mention of the international winnin8 land judgin8 team, of which she was a member, its well~es lewins and veterinary projects she completed. .Speed Q. Gibson Zenith * Washers Refrigerators Televisions See the Zenith Color Sets on display. We install and service all sales. RHOADES PLUMBING FURNITURE 15 Powell St. Glenville Phone 462-7355 WE SERVICE ONL Y WHAT WE SELL Monday, Tuesday, 5 p.m. Wednesday, STORE HOURS Thursday, Friday -- 9 to Saturday - 9 to 1 p.m. COME IN AND PICK UP YOUR CHRISTMAS CATALOG. :arsJ Phone 462-7939 -- 462-8483 .t N t horized ('ATAI,()(; SAI,ES MEI{(]IANT OWNED AND OPERATED BY IANET DEAL October 9. 1975 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder 11 ,'; ~., local chapter, member, sought A Gilmer County chapter of the laycees is being organized and Lynn Marks is acting membership chairman, The local laycees chapter is seeking 20 member_ in order to qualify for a charter. A stale Jaycees representative and two Weston Jaycees met with interested area young men last week to discuss the organization. Jim Turner, president of Weston laycees, and Richard Smith, vice president, conferred with potential members and promised their unit would pay the Gilmer County charter fee. Bob Clay. Jaycees state president, said all area young men 18-35 are eligible to join the civic organization. Interested young men are asked to contact Marks. Major purposes of the organi- zation are community improvement and personal development of its members. Acting chairman is Mike Ander- son. Acting treasurer is Jim Collins. I I / Newspaper ONLY THE NEWSPAPER has such a faithful following, You can take it with you on vaca hon or save for reading when you return. The news and fea tures awa,t your fancy OCFOila ~11 Your Home Improvements Storm Doors, aluminum or white finish vvith Safety Glass Storm Windows, aluminum or white finish. Awnings, eight colors, any size FREE ESTIMATES MADE AT YOUR HOME Call or Write ARLIE AYERS 354-7538 or KENNETH WHIPKEY 354-6990 Grantsville, WV Bob Clay [r] Jaycees state president, and Weston Jaycees Jim Turner, president, and Richard Smith, vice president, confer with group of Gflmer County young men who want to form local Jaycoes chapter, Don't you wait until TOO LATE FOR A SAFE DEPOSIT BOX! Whether the possibility is loss by fire, burglary, flood, or careless misplacement.., why risk unnecessary and costly distress? Put all of your valuables--from jewelry to important papers--in one safe, convenient place right now... Rent a safe deposit box here.., it costs so little! O lllllln mlillll~m I I iiiiiiiiii Glenville, W.Va. __ I II IIIIIII IIIII I IIII ml SA11 AY, OCTOBER 11, 1975 Start At 9: 0 LJL LOCATED 15 MILES ON THE WESTON-GLENVILLE ROAD, TURN RIGHT AT THE FOOT OF VADIS HILL. FOLLOW AUCTION SIGNS 2h MILES TO WALNUT FORK. IIAC MMY INTERNATIONAL CUB TRACTOR WITH SIDE MOWER (MOTOR RECENTLY OVERHAULED), - PLOWS FOR " ~B TRACTOR - DISC FOR TRACTOR - HAY_RAKE WITH TRACTOR HITCH - 2.WHEEL FARM TRAILER. uw r0Gr 3 CHAROLAIS HEIFERS (Avg, 750 Ibs.) - 1 ANGUS HEIFER (800 tbs.) - 1 CHAROLAIS STEER (1,150 Ibs.) - 1 DURHA~ STEER (1,000 lbs.) - 3 CHAROLAIS STEERS (Avg. 700 Ibs.) - 1 ANGUS STEER (800 lbs.) - t HEREFORD STEER (600 Ibm;, - 1 HOLSTEIN STEER (650 Ib~ L ItOUgglO CHINA CABINET - ROCKING CHAIR SOLID WALNUT RECORD CABINET. WALNUT COFFEE TABLE - LIVING ROOM SUITE - RECLINER -- END TABLE *- NIGHT STAND - 12 X 14 NYLON RUG - IRON BED - GUN CABINET WITH GLASS D(O)RS - HUTCH - 7 PIECE DINETTE SET - BAR STOOLS - TOASTER - 2 SETS OF DINNERWARE - DISHES - 2 SETS OF SILVERWARE - SOLID CHERRY BOOKCASE - COFFEE TABLE WITH GLASS TOP - THROW RUGS- MIRRORS - GLIDER & CHAIR - 2 LAWN CHA1RS -- ~ACAZiNE RACK - ELEC] RIC HEATER - 2 SETS OF COFFEE TABLES AND END TABLES = DRESSER WITH MIRROR . HAND SWEEPER. METAL STORAGE RACKS - CUPBOARDS - TYPEWRITER - FLOWERS - ENCYCLOPEDIAS - ZANE GREY BOOKS - 4 GAS HEATERS - HAIR DRYER - BOTTLE STERILIZER .- POP CORN POPPER - ELECTRIC SKILLET -- ELECTRIC FAN - 10'; X 12 NYLON RUG. f0ti/Cr01U I J$ A.P DONAGHUE STONE JAR - STONE JUGS - 17 JIM BEAM BOTTLES - SET OF GAS LIGHTS - BOTTLE CAPPER - LANTERN - S GALLON MILK CAN - CREA~ CAN -- COPPER BROILER - INSULATORS - 2-PIECE WALL TELEPHONE - SIDE SADDLE - OVAL PICTURE FRAME - COAL BUCKET - SHOVEL - POKER - DAISY CHURN - WOODEN BASKETS - SELF SEALING JARS - GREEN JARS -~ 2 WOODEN CHAIRS - ~cGUFFEY'S READERS (4th & 6th) - DICTIONARY - BORDER WARFARE BY JOSEPH ISRAEL (1831) -- TwO 8-DAY CLOCKS(SESSION & INGRAHAM) -- SECRETARY WITH CLAW FEET - DRESSER - FROW - KEROSENE LA~P r00L~ I iI$C. SOCKETS UP TO 1'~" - TOOLS & TOOL BOX - DOUBLE BITTED AXE POLE AXE -- PLANES - PIPE WRENCHES - HAND SAWS - VISE - ANVIL - CALF PULLER - 3 COW STANCHIONS _ PLATFORM SCALES - SLEDGE HAUNTER - 2 SCOOP SHOVELS - PICK -~ RAKE STEP LADDER -- WOVEN WIRE -. BARB WIRE -- OLO HARNESS - WHEELBARROW - ROTOTtLLER(4~: H.P,} ~ AIR COMPRESSOR ';" DRILL - 3 TARPS - TOOL CHEST -- PiPE FITTINGS - SET OF ACETYLENE GAUGES - BLOW TORCH ELECTRIC FENCE CHARGER - CROSS CUT SAW - HAND WATER PUMP - WEDGES -- HACK SAW - DEHORNING SAW - HOUSE JACK - BRACE & BITS - HAMMERS - HATCHETS - PILE OF LUMBER - PLOW - ASSORTEB ELECIRIC LIGHTS - 2 LOW PRESSURE REGULATORS - BARRELS - TOMATO STAKES ~ HAND CORN pLANTER - 5 FOOT ALUMINUM STEP LADDER - CUTTER BAR SECTIONS AND RIVETS - RIVET ~ACHtNE . COW BELL - HAY KNIFE _ ONE MAN SAW - WIRE STRETCHERS - CAN HOOK - PITCH FORKS - POST HOLE DIGGERS - SPUD - SCYTHE - SAUSAGE GRINDER WITH '~ H,P. MOTOR - PiPE VISE - 2BICYCLES - LAwN ~OWER 20 FOOT EXTENSION LADDER - FEED TROUGH - GAS CANS - WOODEN BARREL - DIESEL FUEL DRUM., GARDEN HOSE (;ARDEN SPRAYER .22 CAL AUTOMATIC ITHACA 7 SHOT 20 GAUGE PU~P GUN, SAVAGE ~ODEL 33 - wINCHEsTER MODEL 1200 12 GAUGE PUMP GUN - 22 CAL SINGLE SHOT WINCHESTER 67 ~ODEL MANY OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO ~ENIION LUNCH WILL BE SERVED NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS IERt~S CASH OWNER: AJ. CRISLIP AUC1 IONEER: SAM GARRETT IIIIIII II , L .