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i:ii W ..... October 14, 1976 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder 11 ' host GHS i pl 41 reun n ,.e,r Youth em oyment service 35th year reunion a! the Conrad Hotel \\; Mrs. Robert Whiting, Mrs. Jo Paul Hauman, Arnold H. Johnson, Ted Whiting, Richard Whiting, Cunningham, Ann Stalnaker. Paul, Margy Jack Snyder, Donald Barker, Mary Jean Arnold, Carolyn Hull Arnold, King, Mrs. Frank King, Beall, Irene Jones Fox, Virginia Hupp Hersman, Groves, Betty Hocy Gloria Summers, Wllda Porter, Mrs. Earl R. Ellis, Evelyn Ellis, Ann Withers Lilly, Elsi Burke Kirkpatrick. 3rd row - Jack Conrad, Jack Stalnaker, Robert Whiting, Jack Porter, Stanley West, Goff "Gink" Summers, Don Porter, Earl R. Ellis, John Baker Ellis, Jesse Lilly. Moore West, FatY" Jack, Betty Heater Luzader, Ann MeQuain, Jo Ann Pritt, Emma Fitzpatrick Supples, Mrs. Marjorie Hall. 3rd row - Domenick Schirripa, Betty Brannon Marchio, Sam Marchio, Mary Lila Luzader Williams, Juanita Wesffall Wright, Jack Luzader, Russell H. McQuain, Harry Pritt, James Supples, WELL SERVICE I Pumps Sales & Service aAIIING OUT II. It. "NIp" Fry,,00 /00we 4624992 F|on on Aug 7. They had as their guest their former teachers, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley "'Joe" Hall, Mrs. Lester Lorentz Murphy. and Mrs. Helen Myra Lynch Mich. who was their class sponsor, was unable to be present because of illness. They had as their guest also, graduates of the various other classes and husband's and wives, from 1938 through 1947. In all there were 70 people present to enioy the reunion. Some came from as far away as Michigan, Tennessee, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana. Virginia, Flor- ida and Illinois. Awards were presented as follows. Most Children-Mrs. Irene Jones Fox of Glenville, Most grandchildren- Mrs. Irene Jones Fox of Clenville; Youngest child-Mr, and Mrs. Earl R. {Rusty), Stalnaker of Charleston; Longest Married-Mr. and Mrs. Stanley West of Oak Ridge, Tenn.; Traveled farthest-Mrs. Nell Reed Toothman of Cocoa Beach, Florida. Women's door prize-Mrs. Mary Waiters Martin of Petersburg, W.Va. and Men's door prize-Vic Kirkpatrick, Glenville. The Reunion Committe was-Co. Chairman, Jack Luzader, Earl R. Stalnaker: Mrs. Ann Withers Lilly, Mrs. ]uanits Westfall Wright, Mrs. Elsie Burke Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Jo Conraad, Mrs. Margy Jack Snyder, and Mrs Irene Jones Fox. West Virginia 26351 A lrc, Volilh eml)hvmen! refer- reral serw(:e is n,w awilah!e to (;timer Counlv youth ver a4e 14. Applications carl be obtained at the Community Action Office at 15 Church Street, Chmville. from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays. The al)plit:ation requests age. job experience, work desired, days and ooooooo.o..ooooooooeoooooooooeooo. hours awilable. A parent or guardian must also sign a permission and age certification form. The Clearinghouse does not guarantee a youth employment, hut the purpose of the program is to publicize a youth's availahlilitv and desire to work. For more information call the CAA office at 462-8551. You won't need the "new math" to figure" out the advantages of these Metro politan fixed income annuities which can provide teachers and others who are qualified With a monthly income as long as they live. Metropolitan annuities are especially attractive to teachers and other employees of Public schools and to employees of rst non-profit charitable, educational scientific, literary and religious ,Organizations because of sp*ecial Federal rlcome tax provisions. Call today. INTER B. BEALL, JR. L Grand Central Avenue Vienna, W.Va. 26108 IUffice: (304) 21 idere 1304) 266-5383 Glenville woman to address cafflernen Mrs. MarRe Burke, of Glenville For more information contact: Mr. and president of the West Virginia T.K.Barnelte.Secretary-Treasure, C(,vbells will be among the speakers at W.Va. Cattlemen's Association, the third annual West Virginia Sandyville, vv'V 25275. Phone: (ttleman's Association Cnnvenfion at 304-372-6357. \\; Use toll4ree number to reserve seats at Culture Center No matter where you are in West Virginia. it doesn't take a long distance call to reserve seats for performances at the Science Culture Center. Effective October 12, West Virginians ou tside of Kanawha County may reach the Center by dialing toll-free (800) 642-8249. Tickets for performances or general information about the Center is available at this num be r. "We want to make the Science and Culture Center readily available to all West Virginians." said Center Director Norman L, Fagan. "We feel that better roads are shortening the Something to sell? Try our Want-Ads. Proven sellers for your miscellaneous items. Call 354-6917 newt WALNUT FEST REPS-Cheryl Carr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carr of Sand Fork, will represent Gilmer County as Princess at the Black Walnut Festival in Spencer Oct. 14-16. She will be accompanied by her flower girl, Tracy Piercy (left) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Piercy of Glenville. The queen will be crowned at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Spencer athletic field. A performance by Jeannie C. Riley will follow. The parade, with over 3,000 participants will get underway at noon Saturday. A lumberjack contest featuring ex-champions will follow the parade. The Blue Grass Riding Club Horse show at i p.m. at Tuckers Run stables will highlight Sunday's activities. (Democrat photo) distance between Charleston and other areas of the State and that our toll-free number will make our services easily accessible to people in all parts of West Virginia." All performances at the Science and Culture Center are free and tickets may be reserved in advance by people outside of Kanawha Count)]. All tickets must be picked up at least a half hour before curtain. Jackson's Mill on Nov. 15-17. Highlighting the three-day pro- gram will be Dr. James N. Wiltbank of the Texas Agricultural Experimental Station, Beeville, Texas, discussing, "Reproductive Management,, Of The Beef-, Heifer For Maximum Returns." Other speakers include: Harlancl Kinnison. President. W.Va. Cattle- man's Ass(r:iatim Howard I:1. Jones, Commodity Specialist. Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner& Smith, Inc.; Mr. Charles Allen of Union, W.Va.: George Strathearn. Burlingame, Calif., of the American National Cattleman's As- sociation: Richard Homan, President. Pendleton County Bank; and Dr. John of Allegheny Highlands Proiect. -::::::::-;:'-7-f----=:=:" Peters Victor Laughlin Consulting Forester I Timber Inventory, I Appraisal and Sales ! Forest Analysis and i Management Industrial and Private Box 8-A Cox's Mill WV 26342  8x10 Color onkj88 your baby one year or younger? ; I Is If o, this ..upon enUtle you to one free 8 x 10 .olaf | portradt of your bad. Be aro to bring tN ooulmn to | I our =tm aml take =dwmtame d tl =lxelal offer. I  Nm "= "Offer______good October 12 - 16"  cay ...... sue, z__ I L--------------CLIPHER" ------l3] LJ O EXCEPT TRY OUR THICK JUICY STEAKS BUSINESSMAN'S LUNCHEON DALLY SAT Et SUNDAY OPEN 6 TIL 10 FRI. AND SAT. 6 TILL 11 1976 Special Feeder Cattle October 27 7:00 PJVt. WEDNESDAY NIGHT CALF SALE SPONSORED BY W.VA. DEPT. OF A$1tlCULTUltE 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 C0. P.O. Box 282 Parkersburg, W.Va. 26101 Telephone 304-485-3479 Sale Every Saturday1:00 P.M Joe Corbitt, Manager Phone 422-1713 9 E MAIN, GLENVILLE, W.VA. 26351 (304) 462.8404 / 462.5272 IIIII I IIII -,. I III/I I III I IIIIIII I!1 I III IIIIII I > i,