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Glenville, West Virginia
October 24, 1975     The Glenville Democrat
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October 24, 1975

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i! i !!i!i: The Glenville Democrat/Path6nder October 23. 1975 HWI Mr, Friendly YOUR HANDBLOWN GLASS CIRCULAR WITH HONEY LUSTER ROWER DESIGN V~tction~lyh~ ~ mode d hond.blown gloss with o delicate flourish of flowers. 13" diameter lamp indud~ 12 foot chain and in-line switch, (less bu ). REGULAR 49.95 ANCH( H( KNG LIBERTY PILSNER 9 OZ. GLASSES Footed crystal pilsner ~lasses have Heritnge motif. Puts style in your entertaining fun. SALE PRICE SET OF 4 ~)HWI Mr. Frlendh ANTI.FREEZE BE -IR LAND 7 PIECE BLACK & PEWTER Free-standing Flexscreen, ball- style andirons and matching fireset in ~tiq~ pewter o~ black satin finish. REG. 94.95 AUTOMATIC HOPE DRIP MR.C EE 11.. Includes 25 ~ filters, heat- resistent 50-oz. gla~ decanter, brewer and 3-~re cord sat. ITORSTN~RSTEM" 2 SLICE TOASTER Gleaming, chrome,fin~ toaster has neat, compact styling md re- ~ crumb tray. INSTANT HOTPOT HEAT & SERVER Heats instant bevem~s and soups. F.~.e temperature settings. ~t~:l~ o~le cord, Perfect trovellerl STEAM IRON Features 25 steam refits, heat- selector dial, a~toueed h~,tdle. High cord lift for easy opero~ SALE PRICE BLADE MASTER KNIFE SHARPENER Restores "factory sharp" edges in seconds. Safety g~]rd handle, SALE PRICE SALE PRICE SALE PRICE 16 OUNCE HOUSEHOLD SPRAYER sprayer t,W - action ~pcay. All purpose use. Attractive ptokJ trim. YOUl CIIOIC! 10 INCH Genuine perceiai~.o~-ai~m gold or evmede frypan has white Te~ II n~stick finish fo~ eoW cleanup. EACH NON-STICK EASY-CLEAN A. 12~" DIAMETER PIZZA PAN B. 13" x 9~" x 5/8" C. 8=h" x 4,, x 2V=,, tOM PAN D. 10~" x 7" x l~e" m L glSCUff PAN ELECTRIC HEATEI 1320 watts of instant radiam ribbon heat. Automatic t~- att,~e Central. Safety fip-ov~ switch. REG. 18.95 @NWI The Ones MORE THAN A HARgWAR[ STORE Glenville LOT'S MORE" ~mmm~lh~, Star Meseroll, Boy Scout enthusiast getting ready to speak at Cultivation chairman. In an effort to boost community support for a Boy Scout troop in Gilmer County, the Central W. Va. Council sponsored a Cultivation dinner at the GSC Pioneer Center last Tuesday, October 14. Guests included William T. Schreiber, Scout execuUve from Clarksburg, and Leon Skaggs. district director. Featured speaker was Stan Meseroll, executive editor ef the Glenville Democrat. Meseroll's scout- ing background includes staff mem- bership in the national BSA committee. advisor to an explorer scout troop. author and editor of Merit BadRe books, and associate editor of Boy's Life. a national scouting magazine. "Scouting is on thin ice here and Strip mines in the United States. unreclaimed and left just as they were when the last of the coal was dug out, altogether amount to an area larger than the state of Rhode Island. National Geographic says. Each day coal strip mines leach more than 400.000 pounds of sulphuric acid into the nations's streams. OPENING OF OFFICE Dr. F.M. Pletcher has aquired the office of the late Dr. D.J. ; Dennison far the practice of optometry in Room 310 of the Professional Bldg Clarksburg, W.Va. 26301 Hours Monday thru Friday g:oo to 12:00 & 1:00 to 4:00 Phone 622-0871 or 622-9866 PUTS OUT THAN YOU PUT IN: ~'; t The dependable way to warm your home. IN THE BURNSVLLE AREA MAX GROVES GLENVILLE AREA CALL 462-8186 CALL 765-2456 CORP. in other rural areas," he said. "In order to make scouting a success, you must have volunteers: hard-workin~ volunteers." "By that I don't necessarily mean den mothers and scout leaders." he said before 25 persons. "I mean parents, every adult in the community: troop committeemen. They're the ones who can put Gilmer County scouting on solid ground." Meserol] cited many examples of involved parents and adults in communities he visited as a scouting leader. He also extolled the virtues of scouting and the effects it has had on many youngsters who, without the scouting prosram, might have gone bad. He the midwest a trip to the l to fix troop in scout ] support and his own which cam con run the troop ~ the strong men." he MeserolL and writer, scouting out-of-doors, scouting is a growing youngsters guide and responsible His Schreiber, who central W. Vs. local scouts summer camP. provide is the scouts. rest." He said best record youth "I realize program takes look at it as future, for County." the scouting originate the head and dinner was Je~ as chairman Table host Lyle Coffman. McCartnev News For Veteregs Q - I just received an honorable discharge after two years of military duty. I hear the Veterans Administra- tion provides free GI Bill benefits for veterans like me who didn't finish high school. Is that true? A - Yes, and the assistance won't be charged against "your basic entitlement. Suggest you apply to the VA regional office in your state. Q - I'm a World War I veteran drawing compensation from the Veterans Administration for a service connected disability. Am I eligible for a $3,300 automobile allowance? A - No, sorry. The law restricts this benefit to eligible veterans of World War II. Korean Conflict, Post-Korean Period, Vietnam Era and military service personnel currently on active duty. Q - How many spinal cord injury treatment centers and prosthetic treatment centers does the Veterans Administration have? A - As of June 1975, VA had 17 spinal cord injury centers and 20 prosthetic treatment centers for amputees, geographically dispersed around the country. q ._ advantages three years my discharge thinkins of from the A- per cent of whichever either usually is a with no Also, VA purchase to value. Q _ I'W service six What Administrati~ A - employment your DD not available, apply for tion. You Assistance them. With natural gas still in supply, we all have to =ve we can. Many of us have are used [or decoration though it seems like a sn a turning them off will help us precious energy. Naturally this d sn'l af lights fo'r ,' lfetv or But if you have decoration'alone, won't you turn them off? Your local gas compar Y will tell you how. HOPE NATURAL GAS