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10 G-lbnvil Democrat-Pathfinder screening program set Gilmer County citizens will be Gilmer County Health Officer, Assisting nurses of Gilmer Those persons wishing to par- given opportunity to participate the blood analysis, in addition to County Health Department will ticipate should make an appoint- in a county-wide blood screen- screening for the common be Dr, Kyle and nurses from the ment by calling the Gilmer Coun- ing program on Saturday. diseases of anemia and KyleClinic. ty Health Department at November 10, at the Health diabetes, will provide informa- The blood screening program 462-7351 Monday through Fri- DESSIEGIBBONEY Cor/ter on Mineral Road in Glen- tion regarding the risk of heart will be conducted at Gilmer day between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 Dessie C. Gibbeney, 73, of ville, disease by measuring the levels County Health Center On p.m. Wickliffe, Ohio, died Sunday. Purpose of the blood screen- of blood cholesterol and Mineral Road in Glenville. Cost to the individual for the October 14, in Cleveland, Ohio, ing program is to make triglycerides, beginning at 8:30 a.m., and con- blood test is $13.00, payable at following an extended illness. available, at minimal cost to the For those having high blood tinuing through 11:30 a.m., on the time of the test. Two reports She was born February 5, Verline Stan and June Florida: 27 great-I Preceding FLANNEL SHIRTS ton long sleeve flannel shirts. i BOX AssorZed UAKER STATE OIL 42 OUNCE RINSO Sizes S [Regularly 1.0& Regular[ I Regularly 1.03. Heavy BOYS' 130 or HD 30 motor oiL, i [duty laundry detergent. 4 TO 7...3,99 lLimlt 2 boxes. BOYS' SIZES O TO 18..4.99 PACK 4 PACK JERGENS BOYS' SIZES FALL FOOTWEAR 4 TO 7...6.m !Ladies' and children's BOYS' SIZES i corduroy cuff boot or 8 TO 18.. 7.90 canvas lace-up bootie. JEANS Men's 100% cot- ton denims In basic western styles. Sizes 29 to 38. \ :LASTIC LEG 36 mad. or24 BAG .... HALLOWEEN CANDY ct. Swell bubblegum, Tootsle EACH HALLOWEEN COSTUMES Witches, ghosts and more scary creatures. ASSORTED MASKS ..... 5P1 DISGUISE KITS ....... 2P1 HALLOWEEN COSTUMF.S.. 99* 10 INCH PUMPKIN ... 99* Good At All Family Dollar Store8This Foodland Shopping Center nd W'nile QuontlUee I. L Limited Highway 5, Glenville Smne Men:hand No SoI To I)eoler Monuments & Markem For the best material, workmanship, installa- tion and beauty, select a guaranteed monu ment or marker for your loved one from our large display. Re ute 5 east ef E svllle. PHONE 354-6162 OFFICE OPEN DAIL~ SUNDAY BY : ...= AI'PpINTqENI'_ __ :,, dem; it may memure four feet.This gigantic INvade live= on cord reefs in the Indian and Pacific Oceans, "'Walk-ins Weloonm as , .hedule Permits" Complete Family Eye Care --3 days per week in ama-- GlenvBe Hours: Wed. & 30-4.-30 GrantsvBe Hours:. Thurs. 11-6 Friday 9-3:30 Helen and Greg James, Jack Lowther, Main Line Construc- tion Company, I.L. Morris Well Service, Inc., Ruth Reaser, Eleanor Shock, James S. and Jane Singleton. Delmer K. Somerville. Upper Ellis United Methodist Church. and Waco Oil & Gas Company. Inc. Memorial gifts may be mailed to Miss Betty White, Chairman Memorial Fund. P.O. Box 13, iI Gl ritle, We t qrff] B Persons interested in further in- formation may also call 462-5846. Memorial gifts should The Seventy-First Annual May Beal. be accompanied by the full Convention of Central ,District The District name of the deceased, the name WV Federated Woman s Club Show was held and address of the family member to whom the memorial was held Saturday, October 13. with the card should be sent and the con- at First Methodist Church. blue ribbons Buckhannon. Members fromthe teen red, and tributors full name and ad- fourteen clubs of Central ville club me District participated. The award ribbonS j presiding officers were Mrs. Pribble-Blue, VaUie Goots, District President, Needlecraft: and Ginny Grottendieck, District Large Quilt; Vice President. Club members Small Crocho were welcomed to BuckhannonDuelley-Red, by William Short, Mayor. Embroidery. Greetings were extended by Ribbon winners Dotty Warner, President of in the State She'#' Buckhannon Club. Ginny Grot- brier in March. tendieck gave the response. The The clubs Lq keynote address was given by are: Belin Mary Alice Summerfield, Presi- Cowen Elkins. dent of the WV Federation. ville, The Woman's Club of Glen- Parsons. ville was represented by Mrs. Sutton. Donna Bezrutch, President. Ad- ings, and ditional Delegates were Ginny The Woman'S Grottendieck, Pearl Moore, and will host the death, of the Surviving are one son. G.R.Christ. He Newell, Shelbyville, Kentucky; miner, retiring six daughters, Mrs. Zella 40 years of Perkins, Harrisville, Mrs. Lou a former Barr, Phoenix, Arizona, Violet Services Woodell, Weston, Mrs. Evelyn day, October Saum, Aiken, South Carolina, the Sand Fork I Mon.-Sat. 9-0 Sunday 1-6 Andra Nestor of Cox's Mills, recently has become a junior member of the American Polled Hereford Association, accor- ding to an announcement from the beef breed's national head- quarters in Kansas City, Missburi. Junior memberships have GILMER COUNTY AUCTION BARN 2-4 X~ new Kenmore cl~, dMEv~ Gal~ wig8 (c~et .48 Nc:h. ixund new~, m,~mn~mede ~ DIb (ooe~ era0 when new. med , Immow, eed emm, m=l Jmm=. The reguJar meeeng day far the Gher County I' m hem chmged tmm November 6, 1NI4, to Fridsy, Novemb 2, lU4, due to Tueedsy being ecru Day. Clemofh Lotmlb 8tdnake Comty Comnde, o. been given and girls in nation by the Hereford them to tain members. The _ Hereford tional tion Herefords, jor beef There are and Herefords in Polled ly hornless an f/ jor breed ori ate m with 11 hesO minion poi d, been 1901, -in the past American have been beef world ~mmmui,,, Virginia Lydick. both of Glen- following an ex our our now The Gilrner County Unit of the and service. The society seeks in ville;, one brother, Willard He was born do. on m. s Jn Fork, WV. American Cancer Society this threefold way to fulfill one Hep' Wright, Glenville; nine in Dusk Camp, l@%offo~Jllinsto~k, lw. notntm~rtlmyplsn. ComolNm~/l~rlmrir~ receives Memorial Contribu- of mankind s greatest .grandchildren and one great- George Isaac =v k ex m m n mdv Vo y t nV- tions throughout the year. given hopes--the ultimate triumphgrandchild. Forest Rose Ste we r lJy fine cus om - --- in memory of deceased loved over cancer. A memorial con- Mrs. Gibbeney was a retired His wife, of co.4t t. Ag t 4ez-zr . ones. Contributions in the tribution large or small, brings teacher, having taught in beth preceded him ix , , i , , amount of $1,150 were receiv-the moment of final victory West Virginia and Ohio. A Bap- 20, 1982. ,":ddy Monuments.nranchl ed for the year ending closer. September 1. 1984. These con- Memorial gifts have beentist by faith, she was a graduate Surviving of Tanner High School in 1932. daughters. Eve tributions will help the received this year in memory of and Glenville State College. Clarksburg Display Yard--Kanawha Drive on Rt. 5 American Cancer Society inthe following deceased Services were held Thursday, Glenville.' Hours: Tzm .-SBt One-yem many ways - they support persons: Lillian Chaddock, Ber- October 18, with the Reverend Wildman, Bal No lnterest fellowships for doctors and nard Coberly, Donald Cole, Ronzel Roberts officiating, two sons. Eld0 iI - t Plan scientists, they help train the Lester Ray Collins, Ethel MaeBurial was in the Meadow LaneOregon City, by . t-aymen manpower needed to carry out Gainer, Rose King. Corley Mar- Cemetery. neth Thompso Pare Ratliff Sales 462-8895 future research and they make shall, Eva Mae Maxwell, Roy sisters, Myrtle possible the service programs Mork, Christopher Olsen. Lloyd EDNA NEWEL[, ville, and A"I which provide direct and Parsons. Jr., Mary Randolph, Edna Newell. 103, a resident Alliance. Ohio!J I ! I I II specific help for many of those and Jack Shock. of Gassaway. died Thursday.James T'nomp now stricken with cancer. Contributions to the memorial October 18. at the home of a Ohio, and ' E ,f "" i American Cancer society program have been made by the granddaughter. Shirley Nettles. Grantsvilt ; GJenvi|le e l.lan C is the only nationalhealth agen- following persons or She was born January 8, and 12 great-gr cy fighting cancer through pro- groups: Ernest Arbuckle. 1881, in Gilmer County, a He was grams of research, educationPauline Batten, Mr. and Mrs.daughter of the late John and death by two College mH:l Howard Sts., Glenville " Denzil Frederick, Gilmer County Laura Hill Bourne. two brothers Unit American Cancer Society, She was married to Andrew Glenville Presbyterian Church. Newell, who preceded her in Mr. Virginia Grottendieck, Clark, individual, a complete bloodpressure, the blood test will Saturday, November 10. will be made by Roche 1911, in Ritchie County. a two sons. test. comprised of 34 separate determine amounts of the impor- In order to avoid possible Biomedical Laboratories. onedaughter of Sada Bee Wright.Newell, a tests, tant blood electrolytes including delays for parsons participating for the individual being tested who survives in Glenville, and Hardman, Sponsored by Gilmer County the serum potassium, in the blood screening program, and one for a doctor named by the late W.W. Wright. daughter, Health Department, Glenville Other tests will measure the three time periods have been the individual. She was married to Joe W. Mrs. Newell Woman's Club, Glenville Rotary possibilities of underlying established for scheduling tests. Participants in the blood Gibboney, who preceded her in the Beech GroVe Club, the Multi-Thirty-Fourkidney or liver disease. Blood The time periods are: 8:30 to screening program will be pro- death in June 1971. Services w blood screening program will be calcium levels will be obtained 9:30; 9:30 to 10:30, and 10:30 to vided with coffee, tea, or orange Surviving are four daughters. October 21, provided by Roche Biomedical and should be of interest to11:30 a.m. juice, and cookies. Sue Buzzard, Ashtabula, Ohio. Barbara Laboratories in Fairmont. those who may wonder if their Sally Wilk, East Lake, Ohio, San- Burial was in_ - According to Dr. James M. dietary intake of calcium is ade- dra Hoppert, Euclid, Ohio, and Cemetery in Kyle,_of the Kyle Clinic, and quate. Sherry Gibboney, Wickliffe, * Ohio; four sisters, Ernestine DEWEY Anderson, Rainelle. Wilda Dewey W. Mo u[n[1 1 to cancer Woodward, Alexandria. Stouts Mill, Virginia, and Rachel Curry. and tober 15, at