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OPEN TIL 10 PM EVERY NIGHT PHONE 462-8404 SUPERETTE 6 The Glenvillo Democrat/Pathfinderlanuary 29, 1976 Mrs. Rouie Stout Mrs. Route Stout, 94. of Cedarville. died Friday, ]an. 23, at the Grafton City Hospital, Grafton, W. Va.: following a brief illness. Mrs. Stout was born in Gilmer County, Nov. 20, 1881, daughter of the late Jackson and Mary Susan Burk Snydor. She was a member of Cedar Crook Baptist Church. In 1902, she was married to R.D. Stout, who died in 1945. Survivors include three daugh- ters: Mrs. Ilene Rhoades of Mounds- villa, Mrs. Virginia Reaser of Bristol, Mrs. Lucille Whitesel of Gassaway: three sons: Harold of Cedarville, William and Harland, both of Toledo, 04 one sister, Mrs. Ora Butcher of Codarville; 22 grandchildren. 53 groat-grand-children and seven great- great-grandchildren. miD HanoyH. Marks He was born in GlenviUo. son of Phdiip [Mary} Bikle. St. Petersburg. Henry H. Marks, 86, died at East the late A.A. and Amanda Lyons Frum. Florida. Mrs. Walter [Caroline} Miller, Market St., Hospital in Akron O. was retired from American Viscose of Chambersburg and Mrs. Alvin tt Thursday. Jan. 22 after a long illness, and was a World War II veteran. [Emma} Bush of Glenville. He was born in Gilmer County, son Miss Artie Williams Besides her husband, she was of the late Perry and Indiand Herbert , Survivors include one niece in preceded in death by one son, one Marks, was a World War I veteran,~,~ ashington D.C. Two brothers Funeral services were at 2 p.m,, Free F brother and six sisters, having served in France and was apreceded him in death. Sun., Jan. 25 at Spurgeon Mortuary for being offered f$'.~ Miss Artie I. Williams. 85. of Rt. 77, Citizens under~ Funeral services were Sunday. member of Goodyear United Presby-Gladys L. Averill here, who died Thursday morning at a Tax Assist.an~ jan. 25 at 2 p.m. at the Cedar Creek terian Church. The funeral of Mrs. Gladys L. Weston rest home. The Baptist Church with the Roy. Rodnoy Survivors include two sons, Ralph Averill, 74, who died Sunday. January The Roy. Glendon McKee officia- Minney and Elder Roy Conrad 11 in Franklin County Nursing Home,ted with burial being in Meadow Lane Mondays officiating. Interment was in Cedarvillo Cemetery, Willie G. Coavad Willie Grovor Conrad. 83. of Cedarville. died Monday morning, Jan. 19 in Grantsville following a brief illness. Born in Braxton County, he was a son of the late Lomuol and Phoebe Conrad. He was a retired coal minor and attended the Cedar Creek Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife Veda Lynch Conrad: a son, William Pal Conrad, of Weston; and a stepson, Junior Snyder of Cedarvillo. Funeral services were Wednes- day, Jan. 21 at 2 p,m., at the Cedar Creek Baptist Church with the Roy. Charles Fisher officiating. Burial was in the Codarville Cemetery. of Akron O. and Bert of Newport Richey. Fla.: one daughter Helen Carroll of Akron O.: one sister. Lula Gregory of West Virginia: one brother Green Marks of Athens. 04 and nine grandchildren. Services were Monday, Jan. 26 at 11 a.m. at Spencer Funeral Home. Belpro. with the Roy. Earse Mauler officiating. Burial was in Rockland Cemetery. l~t~ w. Frum Private funeral services were held Monday, January 19, at 10 a.m. at Kimos Funeral Home for Jester W. Frum, 78, of Ohio Valley Nursing Home, who was dead on arrival last Friday morning at St. Joseph's Hospital. The Rov. Ernest G. Rice officiated with burial in IOOF Cemetery. was held last Thursday in the John O. Park Funeral Home. The Rev, Paul B. Baker officiated and burial was in the Lincoln Cemetery. Mrs. Averill was born October 7, 1901, in Parkersburg. She was the daughter of the late John W. and Rosalle Estelle Wagaman Goldsmith. She was a member of the United Brethren Church and Auxiliary to Charles Nitterhouse Post No. 1599, Veterans of Foreign Wars. Mrs. Averill was a nursing graduate of the Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital in Parkersburg in 1927 and retired from the Mercersburg Academy in 1966. Her husband, Edward James Averill. died in 1935. She is survived by a son, William A. Averill of Chambersburg, Pa., three grandchildren, and three sisters: Mrs. Cemetery, to 4 p.m. 14 North She was bern in Gilmer County, daughter of the late Ira H. and Laura the Internal IsabeUe Lockard Williams, was a income graduate of Dixmont School of Nursing is in Dixmont, Pa., was a registered nurse in turn, and former school teacher, member of Danville, Pa. chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star, and had been a member of the Horn Creek Baptist Church nearly all her lifo. Survivors include one brother, Okoy L. Williams of Mobile, Ala.; throe sisters, Freda Holbert of Morgantown, Roxy Ellyson of Glonville and Beulah Fidler of Troy. having Similar Braxton, Roane, Counties. advanta with them receive in income Moving? 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