Newspaper Archive of
The Glenville Democrat
Glenville, West Virginia
Lyft
October 31, 1975     The Glenville Democrat
PAGE 3     (3 of 14 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 3     (3 of 14 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
October 31, 1975
 

Newspaper Archive of The Glenville Democrat produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




visit 12 Litton to speak at Cattlumn's Convention director of of Veterans Glenville on all veterans or annual interested in rill need to know Social Security of Medica re. interest from must also be information, at County W. Vs. tO School on Friday, 6 p.m., with Queen at persons games such country store, grab bag, cake walks. A be given. The to sponsor George Litton, past chairman of the Department of Animal Science at VPI, will speak at the banquet of the West Virginia Cattlemen's Association Convention, scheduled to be held at Jackson's Mill on November 10-12. The banquet will begin at 7 p.m. on November 11. Mr. J. Dorsey Knight, president of the Cattlemen's Association, said, "West Virginia is fortunate to have been able to obtain a person of Mr. Litton's experience and ability to deliver our banquet address." Mr. Litton is scheduled to speak on "The Takeover Generation," a presentation which will be highlighted by his views on the changing cattle industry. Mr. Litton retired from the Animal Husbandry Department at VPI in 1970 and still maintains a farm in Montgomew County, Virginia. Evewone is invited to attend the Cattlemen's Association Convention and persons wishing further informa- tion on the Convention should contact Charlie Smailes, Secretaw-Treasurer, West Virginia Cattlemen's Association, Route 3, Box 2, Rainelle, W. Va. 25962, telephone: 438-8629. LIVCB club to sponsor turkey dinner by the Citizens Nutri- on the porch Bank. Friday, book The L.K.V.C.B, Club met October 18, accepting four new members. Refreshments and bingo followed the business meeting. In order for club members to be eligible to attend the Christmas dinner, annual dues must be paid by the November 15 meeting-a turkey dinner and covered dish affair to be held at the IOOF Lodge at 6 p.m. new book, Signs: Folklore will be on, naturally, folklorist and State Folk Emeritus of of witchcraft, a period of there-- are mountaineer customs, IOre. are "The Third Run," Peach Tree." by Seneca Willing Worker Band . nsers Holluween/ r The Ladies Willing Worker Band of the Glenviile Church of God sponsored a covered dish dinner and Halloween Party for the youngsters ~tel'~t~k~l~Jt 25~t City Hall. Rev. Michael Edwards led the devotionals. Prizes were awarded to costumed guests: Patty Holleman, ugliest, Debbie Holleman, prettiest; Anthony Keesecker. scariest; William Edwards, cutest mask; and Greg Heft, a visitor from Ohio, was cited for most oi'iginal. Other activities included dunking for apples and the stow of Halloween as told by Rev. Edwards. Approximately 40 persons attended. Women conference at 13.17. The GARTON REALESTATEINC. BROKER crafts. County Keesecker, Mrs. and Mrs. , representative and Webster WOmen from attended the Serving Tt- Real Estate Needs of Gilmer, Lewis, Braxton, Upshur, and Harrison Counties. Pt', ne 269-1527 421 MAIN AVE. WESTON, WV 26452 t.a IN Daily Except Sunday 9 A.M.-7 P.M. aturday 9 A.M.-7 P.M. b Price Reg. SlO.08 7', $5.m $3.96 yd and $4.99 yd $2.98 yd S.98 yd Sl.69 yd, S1.87 yd, $2.25 yd, S2.96 yd, S3.25 yd, Now $9.95 Now S8.95 Now $4.95 iil +i $2.25 yd Reg $2.69 SLS5 yd $2.40 yd st.2syd $1.25 yd Special $5.OO pr. for bed- Sl.50 and $1.75 per lb. sZ.myd Now $1.54 I at Pickle Street, Lewis County E. of Linn, 3 miles W. of Alum Bridge Lois Summers, Prop. sponsors movin, Pommnt sales, montkly meetings In their continuing effort to stimulate youth activities in Gilmer County. Community Action Associa- tion's {CAA} Youth Council will hold regular meetings :he third Thursday of each month. 3:30 p.m, at the CAA building. The Youth Council is also sponsoring the sale of Gilmer County H.S. pennants prior to the Homecoming game this Friday. with proceeds going towards a future youth center. In addition, the Youth Council will sponsor a movie. "Machine Gun Kelly," at CedarvilJe on Saturday, November 22, 8 p.m. in an attempt to reopen youth activities in that community. Cedar Creek Game Club to HeM fell Dinner The Cedar Creek Game Club will hold their fall covered dish dinner at the Cedarville Community Building on November 8, at 6 p.m. featuring ham, turkey and other dishes. All members and their families are expected to attend. Tanner School P/ans Annual Carnivnl The Tanner Elementary School annual Carnival will be held on Saturday, November 8. Food will be sold beginning at 5:30 p.m. in the cafeteria. Games and contests will begin at 6:30 p.m. F+st Baptist Chunk to Sponsor Balluween Party The First Baptist Church of Glenville will sponsor their first all-church Halloween Party on Sasturday, November, 1 7-8:30 p.m. for youngsters and adults. A costume contest and haunted house will be featured, along with games, relays, and refreshments including "witches brew." GILMER COUNTY AUCTION BARN Top Town Hill 61enville 'We sell antiques, new and used merchandise. C nsignmeqt '0cqepted at 5:3G+p. m." + .......... ,+ SALES START 6=30 P.M. ROBERT J. BUTCHER IIIIIiill I PUTS OUT THAN YOU PUT IN: IIIIIIIII The dependable way to warm your home. IN THE BURNSVILLE AREA MAX GROVES GLENVILLE AREA CALL 462-8186 CALL 765-2456 Spencer livestock prices Prices at the October 23 sale at the Spencer Livestock Exchange, as reported by Manager C.W. Chambers, were quoted as follows: Yearling steers, by cwt: 5(X}-6(X} Ibs.. $28.50- $35:600-700 Ibs.. $31.50 - $34; 700 and up. $29. Yearling heifers, by cwt:. 500-600 Ibs., $19.75 - $25:600-750 Ibs.. $22.50 - $27. Steer calves, by cwt: 300-400 Ibs., $23.50- $28:400-500 Ibs,. $26-$33; 500-600 Ibs., $27-$32. Bull calves, by cwt: 300-400 Ibs.. $21-$25.75:400-500 Ibs.. $23.75-$29.50; 500-600 Ibs., $24-$26. Heifer calves, by cwt: Under 300 Ibs., $17-$22; 300-400 Ibs., $16.25- $18.50; 4OO-550 Ibs., $19-$27.25. Baby calves, by head: beef, $15-$25; Holstein and Brown Swiss, $10-$14. Slaughter heifers, by cwt: 7OO-1,000 lbs., (good and choice) $25.50-$28; 700-1,000 {standard), $21- $23.75. Slaughter cows, commercial, $22.50-$25; utility, $19.75-$21.75; can- ner & cutter, $12.50-$16.50; bulls, over 1,000 lbs., $23-$27. Veal, 190-225 lbs., $39.50-$53.25; 226-265 lbs., $33-$37.50. Hogs, US 1-3. 190-240 lbs.. $53-$56; 240-260 lbs., $52-$59.75; Sows, US 1-3, 300-500 lbs., $45-$49; Boars. 300-600 lbs.. $42.50-$44: Pigs, by head. 20-40 lbs.. $16.50. Copies of each week's Glenville Democrat are available at Community Super Market, Summers Pharmacy, The Grill, Conrad's Motel, GSC Bookstore, Pioneer Grocery and Gilmer Graphics, Inc. October 30, 1975 The Glenville Dem~,crat/Pathl~der 3 If you wish to have personal announcements publ/shed here, pleam mad them to Editor, Glenville Democrat, Gienville, WV 26351. Merely print, type m' write clearly your visit, birth, anniversary, or other family news, or call It in [462-7309), and we will be happy to write up the article and publish it It no charge. Mr. and Mrs. Aubry Mounts Jr. of Letter Gap proudly announce the birth of a son, their second child, on September 18, weighing 7 lbs. 13V2 oz., named Craig Allen. Maternal grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Clevenger of Glenville. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Aubw Mounts of Glenville. Mr. and Mrs. Denver Davis of GrantsviUe proudly announce the birth of a son, Eric Scott, on September 6, weighing 9 lbs. 12 oz. Maternal grandparents of the Davis' second child are Mr. and Mrs. AubW Mounts of Glenville. Paternal grandparent is Arnell Davis of Grantsville. ~,~Wt :-'~',/~ ..:" ./,~::.: ~/,: ~ :::: :: :::::~.~.~:: ~.:'~, .,::.:::::::~. ~.::>. :: A birthday greeting from Presi- dent Gerald R. Ford was the highlight of Mrs, Josie Murphy's 90th birthday celebration, according to her daugh- ter, Mrs. Mary Ann Yeager. Mrs. Murphy, who celebrated her birthday last week, lives at 101 Brooklyn Drive Bill Collins recently visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Turner of Camden Flats. He is a security guard at the Lubbock Airport, Lubbock, Texas and lives in nearby Idalou. Also visiting the Turners were: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore of Alexandria, Va.: Mr. and Mrs. George Miller and family of Delphos, O.; Mr. and Mrs. Mark Downey and family of Delphos, O.; and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Miller and family of Maryland. Recent guests of Jean and Marvin Hinkle were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cu ck of Wakeman, O.; Mrs. Lucille Riddle of Elyria, O.; and Mrs. Rlldo Barneo of Clarksburg. Teresa and Kevin Wiant of Glenvflle proudly announce the birth of their son, Kevin Shown, on October 9 in Grantsville. The child weighed 5 lbs. one and a quarter oz. Maternal grandparents are Francis and Harold Dennison. Paternal grandparents are Don and Monnie Foster, ffi ........................ J ............................. ,I Glenville, W. Va. Phone 462- LICENSED MORTICIANS J.J. Spurgeon, Pres. M. Stephen StrickJand ........................................... ~L ........ ATTEN D TH E CH URCH OF YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY Leading Creek Baptist Church Sunday School each week at 10 a.m. Services on second Sunday in month during August and Septem- her. Rev. Hart Miller, Pastor. Gospel Church Sand Fork Regular services on Friday night at 7:30 p.m. Crooked Run Methodist Church Preaching evew second and First Baptist Church Sunday, Nov. 2 -Church school for all ages new class for college students and young adult couples, nursery provided, 9:45 a.m. Morning worship, 11 a.m. Evening service. 7 p.m. alternatinR weeks of preaching, music, movies, special speaker. Wednesday, Nov. 5 - Prayer and Bible study, 6 and 7:30 p.m. Choir practice, 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 6- Junior Church of Christ Glenvi e Sunday. Nov. 2 - Bible Service, 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship, at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 29 - Mid-week service, at 7 p.m. Glenvtlle Pr .byterf=n Church Sunday, Nov. 2 - Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Service for me Lord's Day at 11 a.m. fourth Sunday, 7:30 p.m. BibleHigh Fellowship, Kaleidoscope, Pentecostal Church, River St. Study and sing every first andafter school 4:15 p,m, ];vgior Second and fourth Saturday Old fashioned sing evew fourth Sunday, Nov. 2 - Evening Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Public invited. Stewarts Creek Church Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m. Preaching each second Sunday morning and fourth Sunday night with Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick. ahoades Chapel Memorial Church Little Bull Run Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m. Preaching ever-/ first Sunday by Rev. Gaylord Vanhorn and every third Sunday by Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick. Prayer meetings on Wednesdays, 7 p.m. Dawson Baptist Church Revival in progress, services nightly 7:30 p.m. Pastor, James Epling, Everyone welcome. Gospel Mission Church Wabash Avenue Sand Fork Revival in progress, Rev. Hayhurst, Evangelist. All wel- come. Trinity United Methodist Thursday, Oct. 30 - Sanc- tuaw Choir Rehearsal, 7 p,m. Sunday, Nov. 2 - Church School, 9:45 a.m. Worship Sermon: "'The Opossum Who Came To Church." 10:55 a.m. United Methodist Youth Fel- lowship, 6 p,m. and Church Choir, 6 p.m. Church of Cod Poweli St., Glenville Pentecostal Thursday, Oct. 30 - Workers Conference, 6:30 p.m, Bible Study continuing with Acts, Chapter 12, 7: O p.m. Sunday, Nov. 2 - Sunday School at 10 a.m. Morning Worship services at 11 a,m. with the Pastor. Rev. Michael Edwards, Troy United Metlm