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October 28, 1976

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Eave S.A Glenvflle Democrat/ Pathfinder October 28, 1976 We Support Equal Opportunity For Educational ALL Children Glenville Midland FIo's Beauty Shoppe McPherson Real Estate Gilmer Graphics Gilmer Co. Band Boosters Jone's Store Connie's Place Won't YOU Help Us COVER OUR COUNTY WITH GOOD SCHOOLS TANNER TROY GLENVILLE SAND FORK " NORMANTOWN ii VOTE NOV:MBiR 2, 1976 .... o . , . o . o o ..% ......... .'*'..*.......-.-...-..'`..'.-.-.*.. :..::::..:..:::........:.-.:....:.:::.::.......... ...........-.......-.......................................,.... by Nedra Alltop Mrs. I eanette Riffle will have the honor of singing with Billy Craham's Choir, which will be on T.V. within the next week. His crusade is held at Pontiac, Michigan. ]eanetie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Stewart of Normantown. The Normantown Volunteer Fire Department was called to Cedar Creek Thursday evening to I esse and oan Huff's home. A little damage was done to the house but they got the fire under control. Last week it was stated that there is a Weight Watchers Program at Normantown. It's not actually a Nationally organized Weight Watch- ers Program but an exercise shop. Anyone is invited to attend with NO CHARGE. Next meeting is Oct. 27 at 7:30 p.m. Basil Whitesel, Adren Whitsel, Francis Whitsel, Gale Whitsel, Harley Alttop and Gary Reedy from Grafton, Ohio have been "batching'" in the Leonard Whitsel house on Steer Run while squirrel hunting. Clarence Moss underwent minor surgery on his ear Monday, Oct. 18 at Philippi and is doing very well. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Whyte and Stacy from Barberton, Ohio recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Oren Sumpter. Mrs. Hazel Alltop and Nedra went to Elyria, Ohio Oct. 20 to be with Mrs. Ruth Reed as she underwent surgery at the Elyria Memorial Hospital. She recovered from the operation very well. Paul Moss and tamily, Kenny Moss and family, Wayne Moss and family recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moss. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Turner and ]ustin of Graflon, Ohio recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Leamon Turner of Norm antown. Mr. and Mrs. Wilberl Reed and Pauletta; Mr. and Mrs. Brad Smith and Shown Reed all of Grafton, Ohio recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Dale Beall. It was molasses making time at the Harlen Alltop home Oct. 14-16. Those helping and just looking on were: Mr, and Mrs. Carry J ames: Mr. and Mrs. Don Bailey, Todd. and Debbie; Mr. and Marjorie J ames and I anet; Mr, and Mrs. Dale Beall; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Reed and Pauletta also their grandson, Shawn Reed; Mr. and Mrs. Brad Smith; Marsha and Shelia; ]unior Dobbins; Kathy J oe Hamric; Nora Beall: Mr. and Mrs. Ferrell Fisher; A Fisher; Jim Moss; ,Mr. and Mrs. Walker Smith; Arnold Smith. Over 50 gallons were made. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Daniels and children. Tad and Rachael from Virginia recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Aubra I ames of Normantown. Something to sell? Try our Want-Ads. Proven sellers for your miscellaneous items. Call 462.7309 now! :::: .......................................................................................................................................... ......,. .................. o* .:. : CITIZENS It's Your Freedom PLEASE VOTE i GUS R. DO, UGLASS DEMOCRAT AGRICULTURE COMMISSIONER :i:i ::::::::::::::::::::::::: Political adv. paid for by the AGR Club, Earl K. Kelley, ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: IT'S TIME FOR A CHANGE Ron Gregory is totally opposed to abortion-on- demand. He says it's time for out leaders to go to Washington to demand that our Congress approve the necessary legislation to stop this senseless MURDER. It's time to show the Supreme Court that IT IS NOT GOD! Vote for Ronald Gregory.,. HIS "SPECIAL INTEREST" IS YOU! (Pol ad paid for by James C Markle, Fin. Agent) II I Rt. 33 & 119 - 4 miles west of Weston A complete selection of Quality Built Homes 12 WIDES - 14 WIDES - DOUBLE WIDES AND MODULAR ON DISPLAY EACH FULLY DISPLAYED AND LIGHTED Phone 269-1510 -- Open Friday til 8 p.m. Member of W.Va. Mobile Homes Association II I I I i I I I OBERT W. MINIGH . Democrat for Magtstrate 1002b '"'0' cou,00 Hours of Observing Municipcd Court Procedure. Also ve Months Charles by his as editor of the! "Fit an Tri bune. Gilmer Charles, a member this work. ,(athy elected Patty Gr Minney, both assistant editor manager, ! as Student Other staff f Cain and Anit editors, and Karen Radcliff will serve as Witches possible treaters on according to Director of Safety "The darkness and trouble for don't want to make of the lost their Virginia 45 t were fourteen Halloween is dangerous children and aware of this The follow a set of the safety of part in the Treating: 1. Wear costumes tape for 2. Use a 3. 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