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S , Jewel Perry I Jrton, Urner, NEWLYWEDS Mrs. Wanna Lowther was married to Stanley Osbourne sh, on Tuesday, October 2. We wish them the best. The cou- ple are residing at Linn. They were also serenaded on Oc- tober 19. Those present for the serenading were Mary Ellyson, Ted and Wilma Wiseman, Russell and Bonnie Bush, Lucille Reese, Evelyn Peters, Flora Varner, Vera Davis, John and Scotty Davis, Sarah, Jim and Richard Smarr. GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY Iler, Mr. and Mrs. Worthy Helmick will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, November 24. An ey open house will be held from 2 til 4 p.m. at the Senior Citizen Center. Everyone is invited to help them celebrate this occa- sion. THANKSGIVING DINNER The Thanksgiving Dinner will be held at 6 p.m. on Thursday, November 15, at the Center. Elva THANK YOU Carl The Gilmer County Senior wish to thank all you give your VISA tony Charge Number 269-3802 ore Hours Nov. 1 lth 12 noon to 4:30 p.m. thru Friday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. '9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Department' weston wv all-lw I Ih.,,h, those who donated either food or money for the food sale at the Lucille Reese auction sale on Saturday, October 24. A special thanks goes to those who showed up and helped serve the food. MENU Thursday, November 8: Bean soup, cole slaw, jellied ap- plesauce salad, no-bake cookie and cornbread. Friday, November 9: Macaroni and cheese, stewed tomatoes, pear halves, ice cream cup, white bread. Monday, November 12: Beef stew, apple sauce, oatmeal cookie and cheese salad sand- wich. Tuesday, November 13: Chicken and dumplings, mixed vegetables, Harvard beets and whipped green jeilo. Wednesday, November 14- Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, green beans, chilled pears and roll. The Associa- tion of Ophthalmology points out that "H" is found only in opHtHalmologist-- the only one of the above who is a physician, special- izing in medical eye care and your overall HealtH. AMBULANCE RUNS - The Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder 11 4-H Leaders hold meeting On October 23, the Gilmer County 4-H Leaders' Associa- tion met in the Extension Of- fice. Skip Thrasher gave the treasurer's report. It was decided to hold a Leaders' Association meeting each month on the 4th Tues- day at 7 p.m. The next meeting will be on November 27 at the High School. Ronnie Kuhl will be invited to give a report on his trip to St. Louis. Officer's Training School will also be on November 27. This will be for all officers including song leaders, game leaders, and reporters. Dot Jam,son suggested that the different clubs report on their work or special meetings that they have had. The Leaders also asked that the 4-H Calendars be sent out con- taining all 4-H Club meetings, county, area, and state events; and also to include ball games. A Christmas party for the leaders is tentatively schedul- ed for December 11 at 7 p.m. in the White Building at the Recreation Center. Marilyn Peterson and Brenda Somer- ville will serve on the Christmas Party Committee. There is a need for a 4-H Jr. Leader Advisor. Skip Thrasher will help until the end of December. 10-23-79 to 10.30-79 7:25 p.m.--High School Football Game. 8:16 p.m.--No transport. 8:58 p.m.--Returned to Bal Igame. 10-27-79:10:35 p.m.--Clay Lang to Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital, on to WVU Hospital. 10.30-79: Pickens Hall - CPR Class. 10-23-79:5:58 p.m.--Chris Rader to United Hospital Center, Clarksburg. 10-25-79:2:59 p.m.--Sith Kyer to Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital. 10-26-79:1:52 p.m.--Nellie A. Carr to United Hospital Center, Clarksburg. Amendment offered to lower Z these publications would either fold up or their cost would become unaffordable to a large segment of Americans who currently read them." p mlrates The Senate has amendment offered by Senator Jennings Randolph which will effectively lower postal rates for small newspapers and magazines. Randolph said that legisla- tion will entitle small circula- tion publications to enjoy the same second-class piece mail- ing rates as mass circulation publications. The lower rate would apply to publications with circulation of less than 250,000 pieces of each issue. Similar legislation is pen- ding in the House, and sup- porters expect joint approval of the provision in the near future. A postal expert estimated the legislation could reduce postal service revenues by about $12 million annually, but he said increased volume expected from smaller publications should compen- sate for much of that loss. "These publications, the small weekly and daily com- munity newspapers and jour- nals of opinion, richly nourish the flow of information and ideas of our society and stimulate citizen interest in the conderns and issues that provide leadership and policy for the future of our country," Randolph told his colleagues. "Their contributions to public understanding are essential knowledge that would be diminished if readers are denied the opportunity to read well-reasoned and provocative material vital to an informed and alert citizenery." Randolph, a former reporter and editor, said the loss of" many small publications because of increasing cost of distribution would be a na- tional tragedy. "Without such relief as afforded in our legisla- Insurance for 4-H'ers was explained for the benefit of the new leaders. Any accident that results while at a 4-H activity, traveling to and from an activi- ty, and 4-H Camp is covered by the insurance. The 4-H Leaders introduced themselves and the 4-H Club they work with. There were seven clubs represented. A new club has been formed at Troy with Peggy Butcher as the 4.H Leader and Thelma Samples as Assistant Leader. There is a possibility of star- ting two new clubs, one in Cedarville, and one in Stump- town. 4-H Leader's permanent record cards were passed out to each leader to complete and return. Mary Morrow reported on her trip to the Northeast Regional Leaders Forum at Fernwood Resort in Bushkill, Pennsylvania. Present at the meeting were: Mary Morrow, Nancy Whiting, Freda Abrams, Skip Thrasher, Dale Thrasher, Viona Skinner, Helen Steele, Peggy Butcher, Thelma Samples, Dot Jam,son, Clark Jam,son, Catherine Bailey, Marilyn Peterson, Bren- da Somerville, and Pat Nestor, Extension Agent, 4-H. A MOVING PLEA If you are planning to move, please give both your e',d and new addresses when sending in any change of address. Please remember that the Postal Service does not for- ward second class mail. If you move and do not notify The Democrat-Pathfinder, you will not receive your paper. WHEN A HEARkNG A!O WILL HELP HEARING TEST SET FOR GLENVILLE, WEST VIRGtNIA Electronic hearing test will be given at the Conrad Hotel in Glenville each third Wednes~ day of the month from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. by Mr. Kemper Hyre, Hearing Aid Specialist, BELTONE HEARING AID SERVtCE 422 B.W Pike St. Clarksbur WV 26301 O Your State Farm agent is trained to be your car. home, life, AND health insurance agent. See or ca|~. R. Grog ,Shantz 7 N. Lewis St. Glenville WV Bus. Ph. 462-7131 462-5829 Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. O BILL DATE JUL 25 78 311 555 23~ - TO CALL OUR BUSINESS OFFICE DIAL - 555 990Q..~_ ul I ii JOHN DOE 1412 MAIN ST ANYTOWN USA 45555 .... Nun ber to(HI if vot~ have o qtle~!J(~t]S at~)ut i y, ur bill. SERVICE & EQUIPMENT - JUL 25 THRU AUG 24 I0,20 ] /~- ITEMIZED CALLS - DETAIL ENCLOSED 11.89 . LiStoIalI ----4TAXES- .~8 U.S. .51 LOCAL 1.39 I 6 .................. z~,~,8 ~es. ~ CURRENT CHARGES ..............DUE BY AUG I.~ -~.F)~ l" UNPAID FROM LAST BILL ~_.~_..__ bin i~ due. , l );de (:uFrent t _ _j ~'lblal bill " T0*~tI~ ~t~T ~{ - 23A~f ;tlll(Hlllt due. 5,4~..~___ \~n(~IInl char~ed f,)y lh(" C:lll. $ $ H & R BLOCK The Income Tax People Year Round Tax H & R Block 204 E. Main St. (upstarts) Glonvtllo WV Phone 482-5888 Spend a minute now getting to know your new ph, me bill. c(, Hd save yourself some time--and money-before y ,ur next ph(me bill. llll(fS ()el)laced ourotlt ~f '.I Take a close hx)k at the dates and t" " Y I " Y! . calls. And ask yourself if you omld have placed lhem at mgl t nr ,,n a weekend. When rates are lowest. See if the code letter E or J appears next to a number you calh,(1. If it was an ( x rator-assisted call. An expensive type of call worth ;,v, ,i(lin when you can. Once you learn how to read your phone bill, you'll kn,, v if then.. a mistake somewhere tcx), and where to call us to have it cnFe('ted. You'll also answer )me questions your lf, and not waste } our IIIIW calling us when you don t have to. $o start reading your bill front and txtck every m()nlh. You just miaht keep saving yourself some time. And money.