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:::.:.:::::::.:::::::::.:::..:::::.-::-:::::::::-:::;--;:;::;:::;:::;::::;:::::;::::;::.:.:.:;:::i::.:::::::.::::.::::::::: Reunion of was held of Mr. and eOhio: andCotha John and David and Shirley Snider. Robbie. Matt. Kin, Eleryia. Ohio; Mary Beth Snider, Grafton, Ohio: Jack and Jean Blake, Greenfield, Indiana: Robert and Juanita Williams, Ouakertown. Pen- nsylvania: Russell and Hope Duelley. Steve. Ronnie and Carl, LaGrange, Answers Power Company series Custo- Don Custo. business and industry electric rates than residential this question is simple and less to deliver a kilowatt ',ity to a large industry or residence. Monongahela's average uses as much electricity delivery as 143 average resi- Only one pole line to build meter or set of meters to Prepare and mail, etc. Con. the cost differences .r reasons for less cost, too. buy power at higher their own transformers. is more nearly con- the clock), thus using 0urs through the facilities enable and honest way to :o base it on costs. Electric t.s,..tf cubers ac- differ cosR, of pro- rates are determined in this have been for a half-century customer or class of cus o another. 676 ahela Power Allegheny Power System Home Decorating Center Main Ave.-Weston. W.Va. No-Wax Vinyl Flooring Wall Coverings Paint Kirsch Drapery Rods Draperies and Bed Spreads Natural p Flooring I of Floor Coverings Now in Stock Reasonable Prices I Expert Installation Home Decorating Center Phone 269-1238 JOHN G, WOLFE bemocrat For Magistrate Paid pal. adv. by John G. Wolfe Ohio; Dayton and Leanora Duelley. Barbara, LaGrange, Ohio; Donald and Nancy Duelley. Danny and Caren LaGrange, Ohio; Dean and Carol Duelley LaGrange, Ohio; Melvin and Joan Dobbins, Karen, Annette, Mel Oberlin, Ohio; Michael Dobbins Bowling Greun, Ohio; Elvin and Annalec Dobbins, Pamela. David, Timothy, Joseph Oberlin. Ohio; Jerry and EmmaJean Duelley, Denise and Donna LaGrange, Ohio; Orden and Elizabeth Dobbins North Eaton, Ohio; . Thomas Hardman Grafton, Ohio; Raymond Hardman Grafton. Ohio; Rebecca Durham Wellington, Ohio; Karen Barker LaGrange, Ohio; Steve Kubit Parma, Ohio; Jeanne Mousser Bowling Green, Ohio; Pamela Wade Wellington, Ohio. ;x-,..x::9.: By Hazel Flint Let's all get out for the election on Nov. 2 and vote for the school bond. We've got more to gain than we do to lose, so let's get out and vote for it. Visiting at Hazel Flint's over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Collins of Barberton, O. and their daughter Nancy and her husband and children. Also visiting were Russell and Pauline Grimes from Bristle, W.V, Alvie Collins and children of Indian Fork, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Riffle and their two children, Agnes Heater and Helen Collins also visited Hazel Flint, :.,.... o:::::::.:.:.:.:-:.:.:.:.:.:':':':':':-:':.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:,:-;.:.:.:-:. ................... ...oooo...o by Wanna and Mary Mr. and Mrs. Junior Burkhammer of Warren, Ohio, were visiting Mr. Burkhammer's mother and grand- mother, who has been ill for some time. Mrs. Holms Harvey of Linn was shopping in Weston last week. Mrs. Wanna Lowther of Linn has been on a three week vacation. She spent two weeks in Ohio with her son, Clayton Lowther and his family. They traveled on to Pine City, Minn. to spend some time with a daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. James Dennison. She reports a nice and enjoyable trip. Mrs. James Snarr and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Snarr of Linn were shopping in Parkersburg last Satur- day, Mrs. Lizzie Waggoner of Weston has bought a new mobile home and moved to our community of Linn. There will be sunday school at Rock Grove Baptist Church every Sunday at 10 a.m. Prayer meeting will be held every Wednesday night. There is also sunday school at the Troy Baptist Church each Sunday at 10 a.m. There is sunday school at the United Methodist Church at Troy every Sunday at 10 a.m. Mr. and mrs. Delbert Brady of Summarsville, WV, were visiting his sister Mr. and Mrs. Lester Floyd of Richwood top FmHA town Richwood has been chosen Farmers Home Administration Com- munity of the Year in West Virginia for 1976 announced J. Kenton Lambert, State Director of FmHa. Lambert reported that Richwood was cited as FmHA Community of the Year for outstanding community achievements and improvement. The City was also named a Bicentennial Community and had conducted numerous local celebrations in conjunction with the National Bicen- tennial programs. Lambert praised the numerous achievements made by the Richwood Commmunity. A new modern water system serves Richwood and adioining communities covering an eight mile area. Richwood strongly supported a county wide program for expansion, development and improvement of schools. Youth and adults joining together in the restoration of the Richwood Cemetery. A new and modern public library building is now under construction. The Richwood swimming pool has been repaired. renovated and improved. The modem and well equipped Volunteer Fire Department has recently completed training in first aid and emergency care. The Richwood High School football field has been enlarged and knproved. Linn over the weekend. He commended Follansbea, Ripley Mr, James Scott from Washington :: and Capon Bridge for achivements D.C. spent some time with relativeshich promoted the special committap nd friends around Troy. '"  :" -  Mrs W : to name them reg, lonal winners. Mrs. Mary Harvey and . . : Lowther of Linn, attended the Home Makers club at Baldwin, Tuesday. Mrs. Hazel Moody and Mrs   Barbara Marks of the Linn Route were calling on Mrs. Lowther of Linn, Tuesday evening. ':.:'.:'.:;:. ::':..'::.':::::::::::::::: by Audry Conrad Adrian Conrad has been busy with his cane the past week. and has made quite a few gallons of good molasses. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Conrad, Billie and Chuck, and friendsf Pan and Randy Byrd visited Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Conrad over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Conrad and Mr. and 'Mrs. Charlie Freshour were invited to the bridal shower for Delbert {Pete} Parker, of Troy, and Kay Raxroad Parker, who were married recently. Cecil Skinner visited with some of his former neighbors on Joes Run. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Thompson had the flu last week. Mary Canfield and LuciUe Murphy attended a birthday celebration for Lucille's sister-in-law Retha Murphy in Strawsburg, Ohio. Twelve of Retha's children were there along with her husband Joe and sister-in-law Joseph- ins Moore. They had birthday dinner Sunday with Mary's daughter and Lucille's niece Wilma Lee Dummer- mouth and her twin daughters Sherry and Terry. Q - What help will the VA give my survivors in burying me? A - If you had wartime service, VA will pay $250 toward your funeral expenses, plus $150 toward your burial plot or interment cost. If your death is due to service-connected causes, VA will pay up to $800 toward funeral and burial costs. Q - I have four years honorable service during Korea. Will the VA pay medical expenses for my dependant wife and children? A - No. the VA does not pay any medical benefits for dependents unless the veteran is rated 100 per cent permanently and totally disabled as the result of a service-connected disability or disabilities. =mm== r--7",., ..,--1 ! '.w,,---" i i m Storm Doors, al,,mlm-- or i | white finish with Safety | | Glass, Storm Windows, | I al.mimzm or white finish. | Awnings, eight colors, any " I ?RelE ESTIMATES MADE I I AT YOUR HOME I Write ! | ARLIE AYERS I o, l I KENNETH WHIPKEY I i Grantsvtlle, VVV 26147 | 976 Special Feeder Cattle October 16 1 ".00 P.M. Saturday With Regular Sale CALF SALE SPOIISORED BY W.VA. DEPT. OF AI;|KDLTUIUE Notice - Farmers '"Consign Your Cattle Where The Auction Is" Plenty of Buyers All New Facilities 6 Acres Parking Clean Modern Restaurant Cattle Insured from From Farm to Sale United Livestock Sales Co. P.O. Box 282 Parkersburg, W.Va. 26101 Telephone 304-485-3479 Sale Every Saturday1:00 P.M Joe Corbitt, Manager Phone 422-171 October 14, 1976 The Glenvllle Democrat/ Pathfinder 7 .:::-.-::::::::::::;:.:.:.::.:.::::.:.:.:-::.:.:.::.:.::::.::::..:::.:::.::.:.:.:::;:-. .............-,.......;.;.;...,;f:'T/,;.:;::;';::',':;:  by Nedra Ailtop Mr. and Mrs. Tim Dobbins of Grafton. Ohio recently visited relatives in this area. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Alltop from Pennsboro recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Alltop of Normantown. Calvin Smith of LaGrange. Ohio recently visited relatives and friends in this area. A Weight Watchers Club is being formed in the Normantown area. The first meeting was held Wednesday night. Oct. 6 at 7:30 p.m. in the Normantown school gymnasium. Any- one interested in joining please be present at the next meeting next Wednesday night, October 13 at 7:30 p.m. NO FEE REQUIRED. For more details call Barbara Landis 354-7282 or Vicki Brady at 462-8869. Mrs. Ruth Reed was released from the Calhoun General Hospital in NEW.qiMPERS FREEiX)i'II Grantsville afteweek stay there. She is presently at her daughter's home, Mrs. Hazel Alltop of Norman- town. She wishes to extend many thanks to all those who visited her, the many cards & flowers and the praye while she was a patient there. HELP YOUR KIDS BUILD A NEW SCHOOL AT NORMANTOWN! Vote "Yes" for the bond on November 2. I 1 00Vote For W0000LARD "tlEP" WTAGHT For Magistrate Gilmer County Your Vote Appreciated political ad paid for by W. Wright I! on Foster G, ant sunglasses reg $5.00 NOW $3.00 See us for your Halloween V goods, including centerpieces & decorations. Mon-Fri 9-7 Sat 9-5 Sun 10-t2:30 l We now have the t Pittsburgh Press on Sunday. ! "SAVE000020-,80 Scaly Ultra Guard Reduced In All SL00s '/"": I.-. Belce ' ero:fit/n:aadV;urtSurery /, : a.t remarkable savings. Added insula" J''',r",,, foam"'. Sensational buys in all sizes; t t  '  " L "   r " Twin Size, as. pc. Full Size ea oc Was $11995 NOW $99.95 Queen Size 60x80" ea pc Was $149.95 NOW $129.95 Kinq Size 76x80" 3-pc. set Was $439.95 NOW $359.95 J. B. Cox 123 Main Weston, W.Va,