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October 27, 1977

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2 The Glenvllle Democrat/ Pathfinder October 27, 1977 Western Auto opens in Glenville Another modern new store facility 1as been added to the Gilmer County arket with the opening of a Western Auto Associate Store on West Main Street next to Chapman's Car Wash in Glenville. Grand Opening for the new store ,as held Thursday, October 20. Kmawha Union Bank President Jack VStalnaker cut the ribbon to officially oen the new facility, owned and oerated by Mr. and Mrs. Larry B. (apman. Jack Stickman, Territory Sales nager of Western Auto from ]venswood, was also on hand for the and Opening. Others present were: dget Chapman, Jack Chapman, Joe nnison and G. Bayard Young. The new store presently has in ck. and will continue to stock, a full ,' of appliances, sporting goods. niture, tires and automobile accessories and parts, toys, house- ware and hardware. The Western Auto Associate Store will operate from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Saturday. They will remain open until 8 p.m. on Fridays. The Store Manager, Larry B. Chapman, pointed out that the store will be accepting layaway orders on items for Christmas. There is no deposit required for this service. according to Chapman. The Grand Opening celebration will continue through Saturday, October 29. with special prices in effect and several items being given away. Mr. and Mrs. Chapman said that they invite all of their friends to stop by the new store for a visit and to look over the line of merchandise being offered. GRAND OPENING--These people were on hand for the Grand pening of the new Western Auto Associate Store in Glenville on ctober 20. Pictured [left to right]: Joe Dennlson, Susan Chapman, airy Chapman, Jack V. Stalnaker, Jack Chapman, Bridget hapman and Jack Stlckman. [Democrat Photo] ooeoooooeoooooooooooo Ioo How To Take :" A $1500 " ! Federal Income Tax : Deduction If I could show you a way to claim a tax deduction of up to $1,500 every year that you work and to use this money to set up your own retirement fund, would you be interested? If you're working and not covered by a pension plan It's the result of a new law , (:!ard if you'feno! taking ad- / .vantage of it you're miss- ing out. : NOTE BURNS..Trintty Church ' Pastor Martin Berifsord, Jr. holds Let me show you how it , was meant tO help you. : the burning note which was a part HUNTER BL BEALL JR. : of the Church's Day of Celebration 813 Grmld Cavtml Avmo  and Gratitude, September 25. vJ, Z Bishop D. Frederick Wertz [left] Office (30412rllM1 and William J. Osborne look on. RmItlI(3041N4-1M23 : [Photo by Donald R. Phillips] | | | t1| illi00 III100 !ill| WORKING ON LAWN-Members of Glenville State College's Ornamental Horticulture class worked on Kanawha Union Bank's front lawn recently. Instructor Mary Ross [center] is shown with some of the students. [Democrat Photo] Day of Celebration and Gratitude at Trinity Church Work on bank lot completed Recently, people walking down the streets of Glenville have been asking. "What's going on at the bank?" Students majoring in Ornamental Horticulture at Glenville State have mystified a lot of people. However, there's no mystery to what's been taking place. Students in Turfgrass Management were asked by the bank to help improve the appearance of the front lawn. Headed by Mary Ross, Instructor in Ornamental Horticulture, students measured the lawn and took soil samples before any actual work was done. The students then began removing the old lawn by tilling, hoeing, and using mattocks. After loosening up the soil with rakes and doing minimum leveling, the area was limed and seeded with Kentucky bluegrass. This type was selected because it grows well in direct light, is uniform in appearance, and is fairly foot traffic. Final touches to the included a straw mulch, staking. The side facing was also raised of soil. The entire lawn in the sprin. Jim Carroll and Ornamental Horticulture planted the new shrubber front and added the chips. Students received from passers-by, such as digging a tunnel to the and, "Haven't you found yet?" They didn't find did find a pennv, three an old bottle opener. The they're hoping to find seedlings poking up through Groundbreaking at Buckhannon MRS. AVIS N. HAWKINS, L.P.N., and Ray Colerider plant the shovel for groundbreaking ceremonies at the new Holbrook Nursing Home site in Buckhannon. morning worship service. He said that people in Glenville now have the chance to express service, worship, and Christian education out of a renewed facility. In this time of re-dedication for persons and place. worshipping people said thanks to God for their Church-a fine example of living faith, and a symbol of how, with God's help, old things become new. The Day of Celebration nad Gratitude drew many people and some particular guests, according to Rev. Martin Berisford, Jr., Pastor of the Church. Attending as special guests were Dr. and Mrs. Basil Hensley of Weston. Dr. Hensley is the United Methodist District Superintendent. Also present was Mrs. Betty Wertz of Charleston, and Dr. and Mrs. Robert Engle of Morgantown. i, MEMIIgRS:,IIIg( BUILDING COMMITrEE get Former Pastor D. Edward Bayer, together outsldetheTrt,U  Methodist Church rlathe his wife and children, Maria and Septem  Day  CelaUon' d Gratitude, Pictured[left to ..... 'Danny, of Vienna. were on hand. Rev. H"ht 1" Wmlam J OsboRev  ffi..l.,,. n .....  1 ll,l Bayer was a member of the Original , . ,  . . , . ....... ,=..,..., . . Wllburn Ma,h o ll:l-nlA ill llk -:'.. :!,...I,,1 u',:/ ' Building Comm,ttee. , ............. , ...... vn**, tlrilUW uJr lUa.l[U lib. Rev. Berisford voiced additional Phillips]  : greetings from people interested in this In writing about the Trinity United  Glenville, the day was for note- one-of-its&ind day. He brought Methodist Church's recent Day of ' burning. It celebrated the completion greeting from Jean Wright, Rev. Celebration and Gratitude, one lady j of a $90,000 Church improvement :Robert Fuqua of Wheeling, and Rev. project, n:-in 1968. It was a put into words the feeling of many! long-aited .time;that has produced a people. , " "What a wonderful occasion  r: fine wi'shi and,Christian education {that} Sunday was," she wrote, ,"We ' settinl!:/fUt !i,United Methodists and will not soon forget Sunday. Septembez; otheritl th are a. 25, 1977." ThiaSltdal:occasion included For the members and friends oi , music by the Glenville State College Mr. and Mrs. Coy Glenville report that breaking for the new Home, Incorporated, Saturday. October 1, in The Holbrook Nursing presently has 12 units expanding to 60. is Jamison's sister, Mrs. Hawkins, a Licensed pract Following an Rex Houston, master of special greundbreaking assembled crowd performed by the Church Quartet of Rev. Junior Harris and Rev. Houston led the and introduced William R. Short. concerning how the expansion will help communities of the Mrs. Jamison noted Gilmer Countians have bee her sister's nursing home, sister expressed hope additional units will allow people to avail service offered at After the closing Perry Wright, those the building site for ceremonies. A gold-colored! donated by the Kyle M. for the occasion. Ray representing the Bank, and Mrs. Hawkins, the first spades of dignitaries and friends sod amid snapping House for rent? Land for sale? Move R fast with a Democrat. Pathfinder Want-Ad. Low cost-. Mltropolitlr, Lifo. New York, N.Y. : |ast-actlon! Call- 462-7309 to place " "" """" "" "" """   "" !  your ad now. the Trinity United Methodist Church in i, Wesley Foundation Fellowship Choir. a common meal at noon, plus the church school hour and morning worship. The Fellowship Choir is composed of some 40 members. Bishop D. Frederick Wertz. Bishop of the West Virginia Area of the United Methodist Church. preached in the You're Invtted" To Our Call 462-7309 to place l-0--iD YO U  HARRISVILLE FOI I I NEW OR USED ,/!i SPECIALTY SHOP Main Ave. Weston. WV open Friday night till 8 p.m. (Includes Purses, Gloves, Jewelry, Scarves, Umbrellas) KANAWHA UNION BANK, GLENVILLE, WV 26351 PlDIIAt POSI IN|UlJ 53rd Anniversary Sale ' 49er 00Featur,n, money.savmg buys in the following department \\;i , Week Only gH{00I'00TNI ENTIRE ACCESSORY DEPARTMENT  Fl't ClIRISTbt3 ClUB PAYMENT DUE NOVEMBER 12111 CHRIsTMAS CLUBS $1.00 . 0.00 Checks Mailed November I, 1978 ,zoo ,,o.ff OUR CHRISTMAS CLUB I$ OPEN NOW ,10.00 . $0. / I I On sonething as I purchasing a new or used I just makes good sense Lawrence Sherwood of Bluefield. I dealer who sells in The September Committee who I being in a rural area can planned the day of Celebration and I We have a group of Gratitude were: Rev. Martin Berisford, J who try very hard to keep Jr., Pastor; Rosalie Davis, Martha I with your vehicle. Harold, member of the Original j Building Committee; William Osborne, [ ROBI member of the Original Building I Committee: Al Billips: June Evans, { BEVY-OLDS J President of the United Methodist [ Women at the Trinity United Methodist j 1609 East Main St. Church; and Lowell Peterson, Chair- [ We're not very far from # man of the Administrative Board. I are! I " Pa kersbur Call 462-7309 to plae YOUR ad! [. Harrisvillel