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November 11, 1976

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6 The Glenvme Democrat/ Pathfinder November 11, 1976 right wrist. We hope you will get well .',.:,.:::.: By Tlhelma $hackioiord On Oct. 28, Rev. Robert Jones and Mrs, Jones meet with the official board of the Cox's MAils U.M. church for a business meeting. Officers were elected for the year of 1977 and other special buainess was discussed. The Cox's Mills U.M. Women met at the church on Nov. 5, for their regular meeting. Nellie ALlman, devotional teacher, had a beautiful display on the le",mn and a Fall arrangement. Dale Zinn was lesson teacher. The World Banks were given, the amount was $25. Mary EUysen served refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lynch of Parkersburg were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Racy Emerson. Mrs. Lynch is the former Myrtle Ann Swick of Cox's Mills. Mrs. Ruth Ireland fell recently on a street in Glenville and broke her soon. We extend our prayers and best wishes to Mrs. Floria Cox who is ill at her home. Wish you a speedy recovery. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Adams, were Mr. and Mrs. Jennie Warner and children, Maxine Elder, Kevin and Pam, Gene Shannon of Parkersburg, Wade, Jean and Donna Adams of HarrisviUe, Mr. and Mrs. Park Adams of Chesapeake, W.Va., Larry Adams and two girls of Elyria, Ohio, Joe Adams of Sisterville and (:laud Adams of Linn. Beverly Adams of Parkersburg has been visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Page Ware. Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey and two sons of Linn, Nellie AIL'nan of Cox's Mills, and Mr. and Mrs. Ardin Allman and sons of Parkersburg were in Rushville, Ohio, to attend the 25th wedding anniversary of Ben and Juanita Finke. They report a good time. Mrs. Finke is the former Juanita Allman, daughter of Nellie Allman and the late Marion Allman. Something to sell? Try our Want.Ads. Proven sellers for your Mlseenaneous items. Call 462-73 now! ============================================================================ Some weeks ago Mr. and Mrs. Lester Messenger of Linn. planned a week end camping trip at Rollins Lake. near Ripley with their families and other relatives. On Saturday the whole camping party surprised Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Messenger of Linn. with a surprise anniversary party. The Messengers were married Oct. 23, 1952. It was their 34th anniversary. They were presented with a beautiful cake (decorated in fall colors}, a CB radio and other nice gifts. Those attending the outing were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Messenger. Linn: Mr. and Mrs. John Messenger and family. Wooster, Oh.; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Messegner and family, Weston; Mr. and Mrs. David Woofter and family, Prestonburg. Ky: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jones and son Danny, Glenville: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Simmons, Weston and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil (Bud} Messenger of Linn. Mrs. dinter Prunty of Troy, was taken to GrantsviUe to the hospital last week. Mrs. Flora Varner of Troy, has returned home after spending some time in Ohio with her daughter. She has been recuperating from eye surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Powell of Boulder, Colorado are spending some time with Mr. Powell's sister, Mrs. Hazel Burkhammer of Linn and other friends and relatives in Gilmer County. Visiting at Mrs. Hazel Moodys of Linn. were a son. Dwight Moody and family of Akron, Oh.; Mrs. Thelma Osborn of Carnicals, Pa.; Mr. Stanley Osborne of Akron, Oh.; and Mr. Elder Osborne and Maud Tyner of Akron, Ohio. Mrs. Hazel Burkhammer is spending some time with her son in Warren. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lloyd were visiting in Linn over the weekend. Mrs. Lucille Messenger of Linn, hosted a Stanley party this week. Those attending were: Mrs. Doris Toter, Mrs. Lizzy Waguor, Mrs. Lucille Jolif, Mrs. Opal Keller, Mrs. Bonnie Drake, Mrs. Rosie Smart, Mrs. Madaline Davison, Mrs. Virginia Messenger, Miss Gene Heuener. and Mrs. Wanna Lowther. Refreshments Q--Would receipt of parents dependency and indemnity compensa- tion (DIC) be a bar to a widow's receiving death pension? A-No. Receipt of DIC, based upon the death of a son, would not he a bar to the receipt of pension based upon the death of another person. Q--I borrowed the maximum available on my National Service Life Insurance policy and did not pay the interest on the loan. I was later notified that the loan and interest amount was more than the reserve value of the policy. I took no action and the policy was canceled. Is it possible to reinstate the policy? A-If the insured, after notice, permits the policy to be canceled because of excessive indebtedness against it, it may not he reinstated. were served by the hostess. Mrs. Vera Davis of Glenville and Mrs. Blanche Day of Clarksburg and Mrs. Wanna Lowther of Linn spent the past weekend with their sister Mrs. Ezra Hardman at Wellsburg, W.Va. Q-May a tional assistanCe and time? A-No. assistance at a time. Q--May a mobile-home lo guaranty A-The VA obtained throu# purchase of a maximum Q-I used n/ my p rese wants to assume m entitlement be A-Yes, ff  veteran who loan and agrees to amount of his or was used on purchaser is income and credit School and Us First! 109 E. Main St., CRISPRITE BACON WILSON'S BRAND GROUND BEEF BOX-O- CHICKEN Lb. AM. CHEESE PORK BUTT THIN SLICED CUT-UP-FRYERS 49 Lb. ..i WHOLE FRYERS 47 ". PORK BREASTS 85 - BUTT DRUMSTICKS 75 - ROAST THIGHS 65 ,. Im iimiHmHH aimIDmHimimia OSAGE SOUTHERN FREESTONE PEACHES 2,,o.BB * KRAFT ORANGE JUICE ,,o,.85 CONTADINA TOMATO S kU' E 5 '"89 CASHMERE B()I IQIYET BATH SOAP 69 SMUCKER STRAWBERRY PRESERVES "z89 REYNOLDS HEAVY DUTY FOIL 59* 18x A-1 BLEACH '"'59* GARDEN SPOT TOMATOES 4 JOAN OF ARC WHOLE KERNEL JOAN OF ARC LT. RED CO]l d 'soz*100 KIDNEY BEANS 4 '" -'1 -'" 1 . 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