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by Nadra Alltop Brown of announce the born is Julia names are Brown is the of Mrs. The Moss and traveled to r visit relatives Nov. 9. went to y, President of Gilmer County of America and Julia Mrs. Cheryl spent a Robert was held by of Pennsboro baptized. Alltop; and Mrs. and and Mrs, Allen Mrs. Stalls Mrs. Macal James went to Ohio Sunday, Nov. 7 to visit her children for a few days. Darlene Fisher. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fisher of Steer Creek, was married to William Tonkin Friday night, Oct. 29. The coupk 'were married by Ray. Dale Hacker st his home. Chester Allen recently spent a week in Elyria, Ohio with his mother, Mrs. Stalls Allen. Mrs. Macel James went to Ohio Sunday, Nov. 7, to visit her children there. Mrs. Betty Burrows and daut- ers, Teresa and Doreen, from Parkersburg recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Aubra James. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh AUtop from Pennsboro visited the Harlen Agtop family Nov. 4-7. Mr. Graver Sndth and son. Roser, from Grafton, Ohio recently ted the PAH James family in Normanwn. Ambulance calls start at the Sunday. IViinney is the ) I eeries cus- is taking the Calhoun- Hol- Presi. llaaa. and 11-8-76, 9:30 AM-Alpha W. McCullough from Dusk Camp to Stonewall Jackson and to Spurgeon Mortuary. 11-8-76, 10:45 AM-Tracts E. Pyles from Calhoun General Hospital to Cedarville. 1179-76. 12:53 PM-lessie Radcltff from Rt. 5 Glenville to Downtown Division Clarksbur8. 11-10-76. 4:25 AM-Carl Gro at Pisgah Church Road refused transportation. 11-12-76. 8 AM-Elva Cutr'ht from Glenville to Stonewall Jackson pital. 11-12.76, 10:38 PM-Sarah Boyers from Gluck Run to Calhoun General Hospital. 11-13-76, 8:23 PM-John M. Steele from Stouts Mill to Stonewall Jachma Hospital. 11-14-76, 9:45 PM-Ruth Greenllef from Cedar Creek to Calhoun General Hospital. School and  SUlIk=? See Us First! Ggmer C'=pldct lae., 109 E. Maln St., Gkadlk. Answers Power Company :ricity cost so much more ago? is INFLATION. You this in all the things you have we. a different market place costs keep rising for remember when coal, to generate your elec- back in 1970. That per ton by December, And to pay for the cents of every dollar we ere. money to finance costs has in- Included in our construc- ts the cost of equipment P keep the environment Station, now under ,ave $200,000,000 worth equipment. That's 29 of Pleasants and more of our Fort Martin 1968. r equipment needed to With good service has The price of wire and u6% since 1970; poles, bushings, 39%; bucket is endless. more taxes than in wages have gone up, 're also affected by the inflation. Power !Allegheny Power System e:e.'%::::::::: By The New Bird Mrs. Amy Smith has returned home after a visit with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carolton Metheny of Pinch, Mrs. Smith is conf'med to her home this week with a bad cold. Mr. and Mrs. John Monday and children from Buckhannon were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hinter. Mrs. Edna Smith is in Ohio this week visiting her daughter, Mrs. Lucille Dickerson and Mrs. Anita Mayasick and their families Mr. and Mrs. Archie Langford visited Mr. and Mrs. Russell Greenlief Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rodcliff of Parkersburg spent the week end with ]dr. and Mrs. Lanta Rodcliff. Mr. Roger Jones met with an accident early Monday morning on Rt. 47. He skidded on the snow and icy road and went over a little embankment. Luckily he wasn't hurt Mrs. Mary Sleeth is still quite ill at her home. We wish her a speedy recovery. Mrs. Thelma Radcliff, Jennie Gordon, Lena and Virgie Bennett went on a charter bus tour to Nashville, Tenn., and while there attended the Grand Ole Opry, and visited Opry Land. Mr. Brooks Rymer of Weston, formerly of this community, has returned to his home at 570 Center Ave. after a stay in the Stonewall Jackson Hospital following a fall in his home. He cracked a bone in his ribs and collar bone. We wish him a speedy ecovery. Something to sell? Try our Wut-Ads. Proven sellers for your miscellaneous items. Call 4624309 now! November 18. 1976 Welfare's legal aid program continued The West Virginia Department of Welfare recently ratified a $400,000 contract with the West Virginia Legal Services Plan, Inc. to ensure the continued availability of legal help for low-income West Virginians. The primary purpose of the legal aid program is to ensure that persons who would otherwise be unable to pay the fees for civil legal services receive qualified representation in their time of need. The program is funded by the Department of Welfare under Title XX provisions of the Social Security AcL Title XX enables the state to match local contributions with Federal dollars on a 75-25 per cent ratio. Moving? Please send us both old and new addresses so that we may make your subscription The Glenville Democrat/ Pathfinder 9 ; Something to sell? Try our Want-Ads. Proven sellers for your miscellaneous items. Call 4-7309 now ! change without delay. nialaanllllliilill llilliliil llmililill Plan cannot offer help for any criminal I representation or accept any types of STORE HOURS civil matters that would be of a fee = generating nature. : Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday -- 9 to 5 p.m. : The new contract calls for an : Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to I p.m, educational awarenessprogramthat : h ' C I "1 bl will assist low-income persons in "( r,stmas ate ogs Ava, a e. : recognizing legal problems and I understanding preventive legal  In. l they can measures and actions Stop undertake. There will also be a staff of I Phone 462-7374 = from 20 to 30 Senior Advisors who will = [ C  ] Authorized screen elderly applicants to determine [ 00ears I the extent of their legal difficulties and g CATALOG SALES MERCHANT refer them for professional help, when  OWNED AND OPERATED BY JANET DEAL I appropriate. II laDaiNlgaigNlmmitaann mmeaaaina NIDNigiilallatlan ALSO AVAILABLE IN "Taylor Made" Retreads ALL SIZE PASSENGER TIRES )ne- i)ay Retreading Service TAYLOR'S TIRE SERVICE DUNLOP TIRES These advisors will also provide older citizens invaluable assistance in applying for other statutory benefits to which they are entitled, such as SSI and Medicare. Phone: 269-243 2 - Weston, WV Traction satisfaction or ,,o:,r money back EASY PAYMENT PLAN"- NO MONEY DOWN LANE SWEETHEART CHESTS Walnut, Maple, White Oak, and Natural.   with Cned Tops s99.75 to $219.50 I1 ROLL TOP DESKS *159.50 and up KNEEHOLE DESKS *55.00 to $219.50 CURIO CABINETS Lighted, Glass Shelves -Mirror Back 179.50 TABLES $37.50 to $179.50 each 5 PC WOOD DINETTES $250.00 to $329.50 Walnut, Oak or Maple Round or Oblong Plastic Tops HIDE - A - BEDS Twin.Full-Queen Sizes COMFORT CHAIRS La-Z-Boy; Vinyl, Nylon-Herculon Berkhne; Pont,acl. Covers Wall-A-Way-Rocker Rechners, : Ram- ; i.* : Flowered- .-:; . , Plaid ---]IWL" s280.00 to :] : "- 499.50 Chairs with Stools, Rockers, Vinyl, Velvet, Tapestry, Nylon or Herculon Covers s 149.50 to s399.50 i  J.B. X WESTON, W. VA.