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Glenville, West Virginia
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November 7, 1975

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I0 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder November 6, 1975 MelodJe Fox and Steve lkaxtoa, flower girl and crownbearer. Rosemary Lusader, Senior Princess, and escort left Miller. e||l||lg~ Joyce Moyers, Junior Princess, and escort Burl Green. ! Melody CusS, and WESTERN SHIRTS (Fancy) DENIUM SHIRTS MAVERIC JACKETS NORTHERNER BOOTS AFTER FIVE (Cologne Perfume) BAGS BY BAGARO0 ROBES--GOWNS WE'RE "'ON THE SQUARE" eSpeed Q. Gibson Zenith Washers Refrigerators Televisions See the Zenith Color Sets on display. We install and service all sales. RHOADES PLUMBING t FURNITURE Powell St. Glenville Phone 462-7355 WE SERVICE ONL Y WHAT WE SELL ! Homecoming queen Sheila Stump and escort Mike Boggs WATER PROBLF.AIS??? Hard, Rusty, Bad Taste For All Your Water-Problems Call: RAIN SOFT The Worlds Finest Water Conditioning System Rt 1, Box 4311 Glenviile, W. Va. 462-7752 ## f so, you'll be thanking the stars for your foresight. If not, why don't you come in now and sign yourself up for next year? Think how great it will be to have your Christmas money all saved! And do you know we pay interest on our Christmas Club accounts ? Good deal? Glen~411e, W,Va. Mere be r FDIC seek job opportu.itios iofomatioa Local businessmen may be contacted by students from the Gilmer-Calhoun Career Center who want to learn more about possible career opportunities in marketing and distribution, according to Cinda Echard. teacher/coordinator of Co- operative Education. Echard said that students will call on local businessmen to help them gather job facts by interviewing proprietors and employees. Students will also be seeking speakers to discuss occupations with classes at the Career Center. Businessmen who wish to help in this project are asked to contact Mrs. Echard at the Career Center, 1-354-615 I. Jim Singleton, self-billed as ~fies Red Terror, Class of 1938. 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. Maria and escort In addition to oar Regu/ar Banking Hours, the DRIVE.IN WINDOW will be open on Fridays from room 207, Glenville. W. Vs. obtain citizens and community Gilmer Count Department Notice of of Gtenville room 5'07, Gtenville, W, obtain T o ~," 13 Of Department ot Monday, room 207, Glenville. Town of ~lgliliflmiillllfl~" "~iillli~lllllillllllllillltliil~_ Notice County ----. == Tuesdav Gitmer October 23, 1975 m i = R I The Board of Trustees of the Pisgah United Methodist Church located seven miles west of Glenville on Route 5 has established a cemetery trust in which monies may be contributed to provide for perpetual care of the cemetery and for preservation of the church. An indenture has been recorded in the County Clerk's Office in Gilmer County that provides for a trust fund to be established with funds deposited in the Kanwha Union Bank in Glenville. W. Va. This indenture provides for the cemetery trust which consists of three trustees, namely: Karl Danley, Glenville. W. Va. 26351; Verinta Moyers. Glenville, W. Va. 26351: and Fred Radabaugh, 111 Greenberry Drive, Elkview, W. Va. 25071. The indenture further provides that revenues derived will be i expended as needed with 80% designated to the cemetery and 20% will -- provide for church upkeep. Anyone desiring to specify particular contributions may do so - that is whether all should go to church or to cemetery. Contributions will be welcomed and theyynay be sent directly to the Kanawha Union Bank, Glenville. W.Va. 2635'1 or to any Trustees of the cemetery fund. Checks should be made payable to the Pisgah Cemetery == Trust Fund. If you have questions, please call or write any member of the cemetery trust fund. It is hoped that in a relatively short period of years the capital investment will be sufficient to provide for current expenses. For each of us who has personal interests, it will be most satisfying to know that the cemetery and church will remain an esthetic and attractive area. It is our responsibility {the living) tn make provisions for j those whn have passed before us. If you have questions, please write or call any member of the cemetery trust fund or the Board of Trustees of the church. t= Notice Lavopolis Thursday i cafeteria _= z Town | | | IM . - -- , ..... . .... ~lll~flmlllflflfllflflfl~H~ |