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8 The Gienville Democrat-Pathfinder Thursday, January LKV Citizens pushing for progress The,Little Kanawha Valley The open forum of the meet- SCHOOL MENU EZRA LE'E'-RATLIFF Evans of Vienna; four grand- GAYLORD R. S ill Citizens for Progress is a corn- lag brought forth many points Ezra Lee "Bubby Ratliff, 35, children; two brothers, Charles Gaylord R. Sumpter_, -- :. mittee formed of concerned in- for discussion, including: of Alexandria, formerly of Richard Chapman of Fun Wal- Thursday, December29:, : t discussdividuals theWh°problemsmeet monthlYfacingtO What* docsC°untYthe CommissionC°mmissi°ndis-" BREAKFAST Braxton County, died Thursday, ton Beach, Florida and JamesElms Nursing Home in Gilmer County. cuss? How do the Commission- January 5, 1989, in Alexandria. Earl Chapman of Glenville. ton, Ohio. During the month of Septem- ers vote? How well are they rep- Monday, Jan. 16: Cereal, He was a construction Mr. Chapman had served He was bum in Non ber, County Commissioner Texresenting the County? fruit and milk. worker, an Army veteran and a with the U.S. Air Force in Korea and had been a 48-year Gainer was on hand to answer* Magistrate s Office - WhyTuesday, Jan. 17: Sausage Baptist. and was a life member of theof Lorain County, Ohio. questions regarding the access is the Chief Magistrate up-and biscuit, fruit and milk.Surviving: wife, Debra Jean VFW Post No. 3270 in Jackson- He was a school bt of the County to the interstate pointed by the judge? Should Wednesday, Jan. 18:: Reed Ratliff; sons, Richard and ville, Florida. Gilmer county, and highway system. Commissionerthe Magistrate with the most Scrambled egg, home fries, sau- David, both a home; brother,Services were held Sunday, employed at C. A. t Gainer also reported on an In- votes be appointed? sage pattie, biscuit/butter, juice Billy Jo of Bumsville; sisters, January 9, 1989 at the RubenGeneral Motors, and dustrial Site Survey the County * Kinney Shoe Plant- What andmilk: ..... Sue Keith of. Lost Creek, Tomblyn & Sons Funeral Side Lumber Co., ..... nusaay, jan t.;ereat, Kooena nuervme oz t urnt Chapel in Buckhannon with the Ohio. ", Commlssmn had recently com- can be done with the buildm to - • • • " juice and milk House, Judith Ann Buford of Rev. Harold Francis officiating. He was a member pleted. The Survey included benefit the County. Was taxed .... • ............. ..... rrmay, jan zu" Appm turn- Kansas t. ty, MO, r ay Lynn Burial was in the Rock Cave Church of the Open 13oo ,. hardwood as well as oil and gas at half tt s value while m onera- . . - . - possibilities tion9 r- over, jmce and milk. Drake of Copen, Regina Cemetery. Survivors include In Octo r, the Citizens re- *" Tanner School - Can the Christine. Sq.u!res of Glenville; Mrs. Denver (Carol) Bei quested floor plans for the Kin- building be put to use for the LUNCH mother Virgtma Brady Ratliff of MRS LAMBY W MULLINS Griffon, and Mrs. Willia ney Shoe Plant. It was reported benefit of the County? Glenwl.le. -----.,IVl'a'r~ ..-.F ---~--------,Ik4rHllinq" --.,RA ..fn ..aldine) .... Casmer and MrS Creek, died Tuesday, January 3, Konez, t om ortucson, J with Senator Rockerfeller for a working on the answers to these notato, mixed veeetables, jan ary . : at 5pu geo -1989, at her residence following a son, Ruben of Melto , that Phil Reale was working The Citizens for Progress are Monday, Jan. 16: Corn dog,. Serv,c ) v r 9held Tuesday, n" Iq r • • • • " Ellyson mortuary, Glenville, pore tial buyer o the aban- and many other quesuons. Ascookm, fruit and milk. .......... an extended illness. da; eight gr.ap, dchildrer doned factory, with any discussion, both sides High School Alternate: Taco w m.me Key= l mas bmgmton She was bum at Cedarville,great-grandchddren; a, i January s meeting was held of the issue must be represented, salad, omcmun.ng, t unai was m me January 4, 1904, a daughter of Orcn of Normantown; on the 8th at the Gilmer County The next meeting will begin Tuesday, Jan. 17: Hot hamlaymr t.emetery, the late Albert and Susie ters, Maude James Ruthford Stoneking. . -- Recreation Center with eleven with a discussion of our and cheese, pasta salad, pine- • :smith, both of Norm She was nreceded in death b,, and Lucdle Gerwig of (3 members in attendance. County s backroads. What are apple slices, carrot/celery sticks : " 1 • Services were held , ,, Discussed was the need of a the laws governing them? and milk. MRS. WlLIAM her husband, Lamby W. Mulhns landfill in Gilmer County, and Where does the responsibility High School Alternate: MONEYPENNY in 1979 January 3, 1989 in the i the present situation of trash lie? All citizens of Gilmer Cheeseburger and salad. Etta Marie Moneypenny, 71, Surviving are three sons, Funeral .Home Inc., control. County are invited to become Wednesday, Jan. 18: Pan of Weston, died Saturday, Janu- Cecil Thompson of Columbus, KeY. KO n 5cnroye Citizens for Progress. pizza supreme, corn, tossedary 7, 1989, at the Stonewall Ohio, Richard Lee Mullins and ating.. • • • salad, cheese stick, fruit and Jackson Memorial Hospital fol- James Thompson, both of Lost.-. Burial . was .m Br • • milk, lowing an extended illness. Creek; two daughters, Mrs. Lu- emctery m t=Jyna. Historical Soc=et to meet Jan. 25 • Y High School Alternate: Chef She wa. bum in Braxton cille Williams of Lost Creek and salad. County, July 15, 1917, a daugh- Mrs. Clarence (Betty) " r un Historical will take lace as well as re Thursday, Jan 19- Barbe- ter of the late James Roy and lda Nesselrotte, Millwood; 25 The Gllme Co ty P ' " " " " - • grandchildren, ten great-grand-BAZIL DANE FRA Society will hold it's monthly ports given by the book commit- chicken, baked beans, cau- Maude Sqmres. meetine Wednesday, January 25 tees. fiHower/cneese sauce, roll/ On May 2, 1932, she married children, and five great-great- Bazil Dane Frame, , at This month's m'eet-Any_ _persons interested in be- butter,, fruit and milk. William Vincent .M°neypenny' grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Shock died Sundav, Haymond (Opal) Travis, of Lost loRO 'in C'alhnnn ~en !~ er cumin member of the Htston H,gh School Alternate Soup who preceded her m death ing will be held at the Gilm " g a " "- : • . ................... e Pubhc" Library." cal Society should attend this and salad. . Surviving are two daughters, Creekinand .Mrs'. Jessie .Fisher of rnital-- following,., o a lon , ill to at- important meetin¢. Friday, Jan. 20: Hot dog on Mrs. Jeanette Snyder of Weston Lora , Ohm, several meces and He was born in ( ii tendAllsinmer ebew o cU g dr 1989 Stun your neff year off right bun, meat sauce, potato, confetti and Ann Montgomery of nephews. "" nt • " ion re b "oinin us for an evenin ofslaw, truitanamilk Glenville; two sons, ,ames She was also preceded in yOU aoS e h°fBthelatel wall be elected. A &scuss" Y J g g ........ " " " t .... death by one brother and one • er c on and a ear of excite mgn cnool Alternate Moneypcnny weston ann garding the topical history se - d'scussi , y " - ham ch san wi h and . He was a reured sawy i tion of the County history book ment. _ . and eese d c Howard Moneypenny of Jane s ster.. ,. . member of Shock Chta .... satao. Lew; two sisters, Mrs. Anna Mrs. Mumns was a member Phaet t C ....... - Hines of Weston; ten grandchil- of the Los reek Church ofHe is survived by his IllCALHOUN-GILMER CAREER CENTER , dren, five step-grandchildren, God. Came Miller Frame; tv 0 El| - , ,. ,- --. A. and ninegreat-grandchildren. : crvices were held Frida.y, Mike "Butch Frame of III AOUI! l:venlng ulasses She was also preceded inJanuary 6, 1989 at the DawsLan Funeral Home, C arksburg. Bur- an~ ¢ietF.r Rnnni¢ Ill SDrina Session death by one son. William K. -1 and Charles Frame of III ,; Moneypenny and two brothers, ial . was. in Floral Hills Memorial ............. of Tempe, Anzona;': .... Ill January 31, 1989 Mrs. Moneypermy was a re- t.,araens, grandchildren. , III u^,,,,,, . o,A , ,-- tire(/ emptoyee of the Caravan Services were held III ,,vu, o.u.vvl,,.,,,, u., p.unn. LAR.qlT.N Motel of Weston as a house- GILMERL. PRINCE day, January 11, 1989 Eli !11 ation for spring classes at Calhoun-Gilmer Career keeper, and attended Bendale Gilmer Lawson Prince, 74, of Stump Funeral Home, o tul' o umted Memoo st t=nurcn Ell Center will begin immediately. Please register in advance Services were unavaii'able at Weston diedMonday, January Evangelist Corley Miller Illb n_g 354-6151 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. All classes HAWAII .... ,imo 9, 1989 at his home followinga ating. Burial was in 111 will run for eight (8) weeks with the majority of the courses ........ ,-. sudden illness. Knob Cemetery, Rosedale e, tr Puree apt tenn III meeting two nights per week. Classes will begin the week of .... • _ He was born in Gilmer IIl.lanuarv 31. Larsen, son or Mary Larsen or ,,a u.., .A. County, June 28, 1914, a son of ; Ill ....... " "'" Dav¢¢ Danbury, Conn., and Tommy T. DAW nN TWINS the late John William and Bitha Ill .... Larsen of Coxs Mills, has ar- _ ... _ ...... III LOTUS. ..• ,.,o ,.--..,1.2.3 rived for duty at Wheeler Air .. L.anny uean an