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Glenville, West Virginia
December 16, 1976     The Glenville Democrat
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December 16, 1976

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10 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder December 16, 1976 :ALEN DAR ,, dec. 17 sat, dec. 18 thurs, dec. 16 The Dixie Melody Boys will be at the Gilmer County Recreation Center at 7:30 p.m. There will be no admission charge. The Gilmer County Farm Bureau covered dish Kick-Off Dinner and Christmas party will be held at the Gilmer County Recreation Center at 6 p.m. The Farm Bureau will supply turkey, ham, hot rolls and drinks with those attending bringing vegetables and desserts. The Gilmer County trail- riders will have their Christmas supper at the Kanawha Drive Community Building at 7 p.m. Members and their families are invited to come and bring a covered dish. A community Christmas dinner will be held at the Cox's Mills United Methodist Church at 6 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Bring a covered dish. Sponsored By Glenville Joycees Dec. 31, 1976 9:00. 1:00 Music By Insured Sound Music For All Ages s 15 in advance Free Set Up And Breakfast Included sun, dec. t9 The Kanawha Drive Church will have their annual Christmas program at 7 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend. The Blackburn United Methodist Church will hold a Christmas program at the church at 7:30 p.m. The Rosedale United Methodist Church will present a Christmas program at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome. An original play, "Santa's a jailbird" will be presented at The Trinity United Methodist Church in Glenville at 7 p.m. The play will, be staged by members of the U.M. Youth Fellowship. men, dec. 20 Giimer County High School's choir will present a Christmas concert at the high school at 7:30 p.m. rues, dec. 21 An Advent Tree will be placed in front of the Trinity United Methodist Church in Glenville. The tree is furnished by the church and prepared by Youth members for the benefit of the community. thurs, dec. 23 The Crooked Run Methodist Church will stage a Christmas play at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome. The new Mt. Olive Church at Burnt House will hold their Christmas program at 7 p.m. The public is invited. I fri, dec. 24 You say --you Glenville's Trinity United can't decide? MethodAst Church will hold a You want a gift.that's spe - Christmas Eve service at 7 p.m. cla[? All are welcome. A truely thoughtful gnft which continues to give throu?hout the year ns a SUBSCRIPTION sun, dec. 26 for a relahve or friend to A revival will begin at the your hometown newspaper Rosedale Baptist Church at 7 p.m. Rev. Alonzo Wilson is the THE GLENVILLE pastor. Everyone is invited. DEMOCRAT/PATHFINDER ! , With local news and local views, you can t go wrong wdh a gift of news. Your check and the filled-out coupon below is el! we need to assure that your thoughtful gift Our President's Flag, with the President's Seal in bronze from home is sent for a whole year. upon s blue background and f. m mml Ii1 +mll ml+ aim mml ImllQ ms, mll Iml mill ill, imw Iml lim im im m m m m''  m   m    m q I I I ( ) IN COUNTY ..... $5.50 per year I I ( ) OUT OF COUNTY ..... $6.00 per year ( ) OUT OF STATE ..... $7.00 per year ( ) GLENVILLE PATHFINDER () GLENVILLE DEMOCRAT ( ) new ( ) renewal Enclosed is my check for $ Send this gift subscription to: NAME ADDRESS CITY , STATE START SUBSCRIPTION ON SIGN GIFT CARD s large white star in each corner, was adopted May 29, 1916 by President Woodrow Wilson. ! Ymr NNm II ImpreHmmts I I  white finish wth Safety ! Glass Storm Windows, I  aluminum or white fbzidl. Awninp, etaht colors, any ! I size. n AT YOUR HOME I w,.. ARLIE AYERS I or I Grantsville,  26147 I !111i11111t111/I/111/!111111111111 Limiinmm.iimn+ Consumer By Atty. Gen. ClSatmcmj Brownlnlt A house or apartment is just a shell until it is filled with the warmth and comfort of home furnishings. Whether your purchase rooms of furniture or simply a recliner for dad, you should follow some simple guidelines to insure that you will receive the best quality at the most reasonable price. Perhaps the first item to consider is the reputation of the furniture store. Check to see how long the company has been in business at their present address and ask friends and relatives for their suggestions. Decide beforehand whet you want for the furniture in terms of durability, beauty and practicality, then deter- mine your price limit. This will prevent you from getting in over your head once you begin shopping. Most families must plan their furniture purchase over a two-to-five- year period, concentrating first on the larger, more expensive pieces. Before you make. you final decision, check the quality of workmanship. You may find the following tips helpful: --Lean on any table or chair to see if it is wobbly. If so, the joints may be of poor quality. --Shake the piece to determine if the sides, drawers and panels are sturdy. --Check the construction of the drawers and make sure they slide easily. --Look at at] joinings to see if they are clean, tight-fitting and put together with screws instead --Squeeze the chairs. You should not the frame if there is --Test cushions fat they are too soft or liP wear well. According to the Commission. furniture labels to inform the the actual material piece. If the table a synthetic material, it label such as simulated oak or addition, fabric percentage must also If you have concerning this or any matter, please contact Protection Division of General's Office. Culture Center has free seedlings The Science and Culture Center in Charleston has a present for visitors who attend performances of the Twelve Days of Christmas Festival Dec. 19-31. "In cooperation with Asher Kelly of the Department of Natural Resources, we have arranged to distribute Christmas tree seedlings at the Center," said Norman L. Fagan, Director of the Science and Culture Center. "Just like the Center. the seedlings are just beginning to grow. We feel that this is an appropriate gift from us to the people of West Virginia during our first holiday season." The 5000 Norway Spruce seed- lings were grown during the summer of 1976 in the Parsons State Forest Nursery and measure about 5 inches by 8 inches. "They are dormant, but are ready to be planted," explained Assistant State Forester Alvin Allison of the Department of Natural Resources. "They are enclosed in polyethelene bags with a stuffer around each. It's a moisture-retaining envelope which will keep even until folks who have a distance to travel can get home to plant them. "We suggest that you take the seedling home, plant it in a pet and plant it into the ground. Remember, too, that these trees will grow into forest trees and plant them in a location accordingly." The Festival will begin with a Christmas Concert by the ]Lmerican Federation of Musicians Local 136 Concert Bend at 2 p.n Dec. 19 and will feature afternoon and evening events daily (with the exception of Christmas Eve, Dec. 26). All events are public; tickets are not : secure seats. 'S00 .o R1BU! For information leading the arrest and ( person or persons who broke into my place business, "Rocky "r,00p --Thud Nic Ell GIFT How To Take A Federal income tax deduction of up to $1,5(X) .... . %.._ If I could show you s way to claim a Federal income : tax deduction of as much : : as $1,500 every year that : _ ..... : Yo"..w;k ,+d.",o"r o': i Men's Sdky-Soft SpORT SkmTs Y P Y . own retirement, would you : be interested? : ' - . Men s Dem BOOTS S23.95 : If you're working and not : i. l .qm.. 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