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October 21, 1976

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Your candidates Hearing clinic successful YES WE SELL AND CUT GLASS PLASTIC BURNSVILLE HARDWARE 853-2765 \\; Billy B. Burke. At that time I had the opportunity to follow the enactment of the law providing for the creaUon of the new Magistrate Court system. I have studied this law thoroughly, and believe that this, combined with my education, will aid me in the execution of the duties required of the office. My main objectives, should I be elected, would be to work hard, keep an open mind, and to be as impartial as humanly possible. JJ for the of a long :; As a to my brother's ! Congress Page to the late  3 Be:°ntinued d my riley" :Iistory and 1 major from of interest Delegatesin Glenville when socialiI1 I "’   i'i der Chairman I i '\\;  J qualified candidates when they vote on Nov. 2. tfted by I (2) I have had 21 years of 'SYmbolize I combined military/governmental ac- counting experience. The past 10 years n 14K I have been spent as a self employed Keep- ! public accountant/tax consultant. I am time- a resident property owner and tax payer of Gilmer County. (3} I would try to maintain a friendly open door policy and an open minded attitude toward the tax-payers of Gilmer County. Ambulance calls 10-12-76, 12:30 p.m.-Bertha Put- man from Calhoun General Hospital to Glenville. 10-13,76, 4.07 a.m.-Albert Basham , from Coxs Mills to V.A. HOspil in' ' Clarksburg. " 10-14-76, 2:45 p.m.--Fred L. Lambert from Shock to Calhoun General Hospital. 10-14-76, 12 a.m.-Josie Murphy from University Hospital Morgantown to Glenville. 10-15-76, 9:25 a.m. Josephine Brady from Shock to Medical Center and then to Stonewall Jackson Hospital• 10-15-76, 7:30 p.m.-Courtesy Run- GCHS ballgame, 10-16-76, 9:45 a.m.-Courtesy Run- GSC homecoming parade. 10-16-76, 1:25 p.m.-Courtesy Run- GSC homecoming game. The hearing screening program held in Gilmer County schools during the month of September was a successful endeavor to provide services to all students. Forty-seven cases of hearing problems were confirmed from the 58 students evaluated at the subsequent free hearing clinic held at the Gilmer County Medical Center Oct. 14 by a team of specialists from West Virginia University in Morgantown. The parents of these students PUBLISHER'S " COPY Stat,e Be.nk ,o..697 2.3.3 ................ Kanawha Union Bank ................................................ n Wthe 8late of Wesl Virginia and Domestic Smbeldlad at the ekme of • 19 76. ASSETS and corporrnons aj subawlsions i Brchased under aRteements to resell Sch Item COL C 7 B 1 E . B 2 E , . 3 B E B 4 E .... ,. i., 1 734. z 4 364 = 2 827 s 4 26L , None s None 6 Non 7 650 E i0 338 :LO 11 12 13 14 18 16 losses D 4 A 10 and other assets representing bank premises and assoc,ated ’ompan=e$ acceptances outstandm 8 G 7 LIABILITIES Sh Item F ;t if and corpotatlons F F 2 l zu. vls,ons F 3 Jn..tit UOnS F 4 F 5+6 F 7 17 thru 23) 1 r 8 f 8 E 4 NOnE 193 None None None i28 24 496 CoL A 5 631 e+c .... 14 426 A+B+C , 105 A+,+C I 757 A+B+C Nonit AT'B+C 2 A 181 22 102 B+C . N0 --It" e'nt of this bank and outstanding notes and debentures) H 9 EQUITY CAPITAL None None 116 • 22 218 None (Pa*r b.,4) Not@ (Pr vldu) Z4 70 Capffal reserves . 32 tbru 36) MEMORANDA iem I above) Purchased under agreements o resell (’orrespods to item B above) 9a above) tre (corresponds to Memorarla tems 3a pus 3b below] 'tern 24 abovel sold unOer agreements to repurchase (corre$ols to item 25 bove) above) 278 .one 2 278 Z___.L 4__,9.fL I 270 ] 483 450 J 22 245 Nanel Nonel 1450 1o0,0o0 or more ;lOO,ooo or more -- est Virginia ............... q- ol ........ |] el .................................. .: have been notified and advised of the correct course to follow in correcting the hearing problems. In addition. teachers of these students have been alerted to any special seating or teaching techniques that can aid these students in the classroom. October 21, 1976 :::;;.:...;;;;%.;.;;`:.;%.`::%.::.:`.::;%`.:::.:..:::::-:::.%:%:; %..%..%°o%%%%'.%°..%% ..... • ....... • • • • • .. • o. • • • • • • .. • • o......... • ....oo •........ .......... "°"°?'" By Thelma Shackleford Due to the illness of Rev. Robert Jones, Rev. Rite Emerson preached at the Cox's Mills U.M. Church on Sunday Oct. 10. Sunday School followed at 11 a.m. The Cox's Mills U.M. Women met for their regular session on Friday night Oct. 8, at the home of Toots Shackleford. The lesson was given by Irene Ware, hostesses were Toots and Thelma Shackleford. We extend our sympathy to Hazel Burkhammer of Linn because of the death of her mother, Susan {Tude} Powell. Burial was in the Hall cemetery at Cox's Mills. Tude was a former resident of Cox's Mills. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Velma Mick has returned to her home after a stay in the Stonewall lackson Hospital at Weston. She is some better at this time. We are sorry to hear of the death of Manford Bode of Salem, WV. The Bodes were former residents of Cox's Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shackleferd announced the arrival of a son born Oct. 10, weighing 9 lb. He has been named Joseph Andrew. They have one other son, Michael. The mother is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lockard of Alice, WV. The father is the sen of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shackleford of Cox's Mills, and works for the Hope Gas Co. Glenvllle Democrat/ Pathfinder Page 5-B Mrs Jo Ann Peggs of Cox's Mills fell recently at her home, injuring her shoulder and broke ribs. She is a bit improved. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Ware were visiting Mr• and Mrs. Denzil Bowyer of Kingwood, WV, over the weekend. Mr. Bowyer is a brother of Mrs. Ware. The original hearing problems Ezra Adams were: Mr. and Mrs. Jack muPmummmmmummmml IIIIIIIIII III IIII mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm were identified by Mar- Morrow Adams and Ricky, Maxine Elder, Kevin I I ...... " . ,:.' ': and Pam all of Parkersburg; Deborah I | cnom rurse, an(] t'al uowney an(] - - " " " h " Pats S'o tro ...... McClieng end Charmne an(] Mic am • Y 1 s m, peecn an(] tearmg " ' • , th, o,,;,o Shannon of Pittsburg, Pa.; Wade, Jean | i Theranists schoo(no.ul'a,;"- °':.'" ,"£: "'" and Donna Adams of Harrisville, Roger j • lems *" " ............... s v-,,- Kellies and Chuck Adams of Salem, • i .,, .. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1976  , " STARTING AT 10:30 A.M. WHEN BUYING, SELLING, OR • ' " " '' AT THERE$1DENCEOFLANESKINNERLOCATEDOtlLAURELRUHAT ] I __lm'g FORMER AMAN FARM - 12 MILES F"O ,ESTON ON ROUTE 33 & 119 ON TRADING REAL ESTATE IN I 1" GLENVILLEROAD. FOLLOW AUCTION $IGNS. CENTRAL WEST VIRGINIA I LIVESTOCK GUNS 1 • (t) 7 YEAR OLD GUERNSEY MILK COW (l) REMINGTON 3@.0 SEMI-AUTOmATIC • (1) 3 YEAR OLD AIR'fIRE & GUERNSEY MILK COW (l) 5I CALIBER MUSKET CALL MERTZ REAL, |NC. = (1) SMONTHOLOAIRSHIRE&GUERNSEYCALF (I) J. $TEVENS DOUBLE BARREL SHOTGUN 1 • (1) YEARLING CHARLOI$ BULL (l) WINCHESTER MODEL 370 1 05) BR|EDING EWES • $ert Lmbt=s tn Iva, mb,,r __ ....... ,., (mixed Dorset & Surf, elk) ANII(.IUI::O • SQUARE TRUNKS WE APPRAISE, HELP WITH '""°' i (24) PULLETS STONE JARS & JUGS • (2) WALKER FOX HOUNDS CROCKS FINANCING, SELL LOCALLY - ..o..,..o.o_... I (1) PAIR OF GEESE SADDLEBAGS AND OUT OF STATE. " "'"' " "-- - ! HIIY- lIppmx. 150 Bel ,;,-.%%..,. I HOUSEHOLD COMPARE ,_.o.o_... ....o ..°.°.-- I • • • • •. i .,o'$ o-. -,$$- .oc.,.o c..,. (2) WOOL RUGS CLOCK STRAIGHT BACK CHAIRS SWEEPER LINOLEUM RUGS POOL TABLE BE MAYTAG WASHER SCREENS IRONING BOARD ; • CABINET GAS HEATING STOVES CREAM SEPARATOR SHOP WITH THE PROFESSIONALS . BIEDSTJ4D,CAGE (2).ED$-COPLETE TOYS AIR CONDITIONER (10.500 BTU) $ PIECE DINETTE SET PIANO STOOL II EIB ROUND TABLE WITH STRAIGHT LEGS DEEP FREEZE WOODEN BED 24 LICENSED SALES PERSONS TO SERVE YOUI I ,.LI.O. EkEC,RIC C.URN TOOLS & MISCELLANEOUS I 2-WHEEL FARM TRAILER WDTON 269-4343 - CIIGBURG 6234r i. ,.,:;:"°°'""°°"..o.., ":"':''.o.A. .,,E:a;TY"'"".,,.o. FAIRMOHT 363-0009 • o,,,,,OBA.,. ..,,.ARRO. O..,,.. • STEEL BARRELS SEED SEWER PiPE VISE m • BATHTUB CHAINS 1 LOT OF PIPE I • GARDEN HOSE DOUBLE TREE FITTINGS ME00TZ : • • GRINDSTONE CORN SHELLER CA8LE • DOUBLE SHOVEL ADJUSTMENT FOR 3 POINT HITCH HAY STACK POLE SHOVELS, RAKES, HOES HALTER STIRRUPS l MkNY OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS REALTY INC " _c. I • LUNCH WILL BE SERVED BY THE CAMDEN ROCKETS ,I-H CLUB OWNER: LANE SKINNER I * • I ..o.,o.,,R:..ARE,-- -,,-$ | MtGHF MtEBTZ, , BROKER R E A LT O R I : • ' I • 1 I llll Illllll llll Illllllllll LADIES' % MISSY AND JUNIOR SIZES STORES BANKAMERIcARD DAYS T RI..SAT. ENTIRE STOCK WESTON-SUTTON.SPENCER