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January 9, 1976

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6 The Glenv41le Democrat/Pathfindpr ImauarV fl, 1976 II] _1 I ~ - III - I III II II I IIII I Ill I I Mrs. Ruth Bm ch Mrs. Ruth Ann Beech, 37 of Avon Lake. O., formerly of Cox's Mills, died Monday, Dec. 22. at a Cleveland hospital. Born in Gilmer County. April 24. tg38, she was the daughter of Paul and Blanche King Cox. She was a member of the Calvary Baptist Church. Survivors, besides her parents, include her husband Fred Beech: two daughters, Brenda and Beth. at home; five brothers, Clyde Cox of Deerfield, O.. Avon and Roger Cox, beth of :arsi STORE HOURS Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - 9 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to 1 p.m. Mid-Winter Sales Check Sears Prices - Many Reduced Phone 462-7939 -- 462-B4B3 .4 l horized CATAI,OG SALES MERCHANT OWNED AND OPERATED BY JANET DEAL II Parkersburg; Alvin Cox of Danville. and Arden of Troy; two sisters. Karen Cox of Parkersburg and Linda Cox at Troy. Funeral services were at 2 p.m., Fri., Dec. 26, at the Spurgeon Mortuary. The Rev. Glen Kirkpatrick officiated. Burial was in the Alice Cemetery. Macel C. Hall Macel C, Hall, 50 of RD 2, Millersburg. Ohio. died Monday evening. December 29, 1975 at Mansfield General Hospital after an extended illness. Mr. Hall was born June 11, 1925 in Freemansburg. W. Va,, the son of Edmund C. and Audria M. Martin Hall. He married Oleta Waggy who survives. A veteran of WWII in the U.S. Army, and had been employed by Flexible Co., in Millersburg. Surviving besides his wife are: 1 son, Win. C. Hall, Millersburg; 2 daughters, Mrs. Michael (Faye) liD Illllll Workman. Millersburg and Mrs. David (Mat's] Bartram, Marshallville, Ohio; mother, Mrs. Audria Hall, Lost Creek, W, Va,, 5 brothers and 4 sisters: 6 grandchildren and 5 step-grandchil- dren. His father and I brother preceded him in death, Services were Friday, January 2, 1976 at Elliott-Hartline Funeral Home in Millersburg, Ohio, with Rev, Richard Stults. officiating. Interment was in Killbuck Cemetery. Killbuck. Ohio. where Military services were conduc- ted by V.F.\%'. Post 707~ of Killbuck. III I II Elyria Memorial Hospital in Elyria. Ohio. January G. for observation. Jay and Faye Chambers are the new neighbors in this area. They are now living on Steer Creek in the O.W. Gerwig house. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Butler, who formerly lived there have moved to Parkersburg where they both now hold teaching positions. Surpris- ingly enough. Jay has landed Rick's teaching job at Braxton County High School. by Nedra Alltop Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Reed and family have been visiting relatives and friends in the Normantown area. They made a trip to Parkersburg to visit with Elder Chenowith Stalnaker. Brian Sumpter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oren Sumpter, of Normentown has been home on a furlough from the U.S. Army. He returned to camp January 4. Elder Harlen Alltop entered the by Lillie KEmble Dale Cart from Frametown lost control of his car Tuesday morning, Dec. 23 and ran into Mr. "Fat" Conrad yard and turned over on its side. He was taken to Calhoun General hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John KEmble had a Christmas dinner and gift exchange for their families Christmas da,j. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Burl mble and son Frank, Beth and David Dorsey and daughter Terri. Janet and T'nnmie Muley of Glenville, Charles and Barbara Hathaway and children. Scuttle. Suzanne and Gregg. and llllllll/ _ li ]1111111 Gregg's fiance, ['~ ' Ann H anfy ftl Marye and theft ~ Gary, Rebecca P Michael Lym a~d' Force and 3tat~ A car driv~ from Parkers just below ShoCL for several by a truck driver she was ta~ Calhoun Gene badly injured. Mr. and all their seve families home "27th . There Several Senior Citizens Party. Mrs. Vel~l Sands donated e A LB 4 LB IJ OR O LB TENDER-PLUS FLA VOR O 0 RED SKIN Lq ALL MEAT ! SLICED ,. Ii C)N /8 12 OZ PK6 " l , 10 0Z 14 Ol PILLSBURY EXTRA Llli 2 LB PUFFS KRAFT L 200 CT 2 FOR 80Z 2 FOR CHICKEN OF THE SEA 61/, OZ TRY VALLEY WILDERNESS 303 I LB 2 FOR 21 2 FOR FAITHFUL WHOLE KERNEL 11 OZ 4 FOR LB 5 LB 2 /.B 'ELCOME EAST MAIN ST. I|mll_ -- -- IIIII In 1 LB AUNT JEMIMA OIIIGINAI 10 OZ Pl[ SWANSON FRIED c. 9 A.M.-9 P.M. mmmmmmmmmmmil ...... LlilIIII iliammmmmlimmmmmmmmmmmiimimilili- - -