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February 9, 1989

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February 9,1989 HARRIS GARRETT Harris Garrett, 66, of died Saturday, January 1989, in the Stonewall Memorial Hospital, following a lingering was born in Gilmer October 1, 1922 a of the late Everett and Esta Mac Duelley June 29, 1940, she mar- Edward Garrett, 8, 1971. is survived by five sons; Delane Garrett of William Delbert Garrett Dayton Dewane Garrett, of Petersburg, Virginia, Cleveland Parker of and Earl Michael Parker, five daughters, Edna Harris and Janet Ann both of Weston, Nancy of Shinnston, Lois Collins of Vadis, and Louise Garrett, at home; ;brothers, C. J. Harris of Charles, Louisiana, and Harris of Columbus Sta- Ohio; four sisters, Maxine and Geneva Parsons, both Gap, Arlie Weber of and Mary Pycraft of Surviving: husband, Arden Woodrow Hickman; son, Joseph at home; daughter, Tina, Julie and Sarah Hickman, all at home; parents, Ernest and Pauline Mustoe Cogar of Bolair; broth- ers, Eddie and Douglas Cogar, both of Bolair; sisters, Sharon Carpenter of Bolair and Kathy Mullens of Troy; paternal grand- father, Terry Cogar of Bolair. Memorial services were held Saturday, February 4, 1989 at West Virginia Memorial Gar- dens, Calvin, with the Rev. Okey Wayne officiating. The body was cremated. Adams Fu- neral Home, Cowen was in charge of arrangements. VIER BUTLER Vier Buffer, 81, of Naples, Florida formerly of Akron, Ohio, and Calhoun County, died Saturday, January 28, 1989, in the Naples Community Hospital, after an extended illness. He was born in Calhoun County, a son of the late Tho- mas and Sally Parsons Buffer. He was a retired tire inspector for the Goodyear Tire and Rub- Ohio; 21 grandchildren ber Co. in Akron with 41 years great-grandchildren, service, a member of Naples was also preceded in United Methodist Church of by seven sisters, one and one grandchild. Garrett was a 51-year of the Eliam Baptist of Gilmer County. were held Monday, 16, 1989 at the Floyd Home, with the Rev. Barker officiating. Inter- twas in the Peterson Ceme- Naples, Florida, and the Inde- pendent Order of Foresters of Akron, Ohio. He is survived by his wife, Orva Hall Buffer; one son, Gene Butler of Stow, Ohio; one LAWRENCE A. ADAMS Gay Law Adams, 83, of Lew, died Tuesday, Janu- , 1989 in the Holbrook Home, Buckhannon, an extended illness. was born in Conings, 25, 1905, a daughter late Dr. Filmore and Keister Law. .husband, Lawrence her in are one son, Robert of Dailey; one Mrs. Webb (Patty) of Jane Lew; one Darrell Law of Lloyd, eight grandchildren; randchildren. her in death sisters and four broth- were held Thursday, 2, 1989 at the Boyle Home. Burial was in the Masonic Cemetery. PATRICIA HICKMAN Patricia E. Hickman, 43, Webster County, died 31, 1989, in Webster Memorial Hospital after illness. attended Gladeview Methodist Church, 'drginm & s~aiom of Ohio, Purchase a Super Saver Plan 10 weeks and get 11th week free! may be used . any time through DeCember 31, 1989. information inia call 1"800-642-8 /5 The Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder 5 Well, the man at French Creek said the groundhog did not see his shadow Thursday, but he must have around here from the looks of the weather now. Delmar Burkhammer re- turned Tuesday to his home at Troy after spending some time in the United Hospital Center at Clarksburg. Glad to have you back, Delmar. Because of construction the Sand Fork students have not been able to enjoy their new American Flag. On February 2, Chris Jones and Andy Tomblin raised the American Flag as the rest of the student body said the Pledge of Allegiance. These students can once again enjoy the sight of our Ameri- can Flag, thanks to Mr. Bill McCullough's donation of a new flag rope. Normantown Honor Roll announced Cynthia Smarr was trans- ported Friday to the hospital at Buckhannon for some test. Jim Smarr is with his daugh- ter Mildred. He has been having treatments for his back and isn't very well. Sue Hinter has been helping Mildred Radcliff take care of her parents this week. Mary Burton, Lela Mon- eypenny, and Fluence Matthews were in Glenville Wednesday at- tending a Council Meeting at the Senior Citizens Center and doing some shopping. The Honor Roll for Norman- town Elementary School has been released for the second nine weeks. Those students named to the list were: Mrs. June Miller's Fifth Grade Melissa Rose 3.85, John David Moss 3.70, Martha Hendershot 3.65, Lori Minney 3.50, April Buffer 3.40, and Kar- rie Brannon 3.30. Mr. Colin Sprouse's Fifth Grade - Daniel Moyers 4.00, Coombs 3.85, and Shannon Cottrill 3.20. Mr. Tim Butler's Sixth Grade - Lori Moore 4.00, Heather Motto 4.00, Jason Ste- wart 4.00, Karen McCullough 3.60, Michelle VanHoose 3.50, and Ronnie Connell 3.40. Mr. Bob Frame's Sixth Grade Dendra Milder 3.65, Visiting Fluence Matthews this week were her son and his wife, Rymer and Judy Mat- thews. The Conings quilters did a big job of quilting this week. We finished out one quilt and put another one in and have quilted some on it. We all enjoy working and being together. The Lee Ann Moore 3.60, Cliftonmain quilters are: Blanch Cox, Moyers 3.60, Dreama IdlemanLona Bonnett, Thelma Radcliff, 3.23, Chuck Moore 3.25, andMarguerite Roe, Mavis Cole, Margaret Radcliff, Mary Burton, Fluence Matthews and Marie Lowther. Opal Gaines of Bear Fork has recently had surgery at the United Hospital Center at Clarksburg. The last report I had she was getting along fine. We all wish her a speedy recovery. Recent visitors of Harold and Ada Radcliff was their daughter, Wanda Lee, of Akron, Ohio. Recent visitors of Astor and Mary Burton were Mrs. June Stansberry and Bob Keister, both of Oxford, WV, and James Adams of Shinnston. The first American to enter the Olympic Pentathalon was George Patton, later, General Patton. I Ill I Serving GIImer & Surrounding countto# Slnco 1953 COLLINS INSURANCE AGENCY For your auto, health, life, motorcycle, flood, business in- surance, bonds, cancer & Medi- care supplements. Ace & Jim Collllns Agon Tom Minney Life & Health Agent m~lw ~tssm~u 216 E. Main SL Glenvllle, WV Phone 462.7951 CLOSED SATURDAYS daughter, Flora Iva Flinner ofJessie Roberts 4.00, Christy Erica Hacker 3.10. ~" Naples, Florida; three brothers, Kiddy Monument Co. NolenDoYBufferBUfferBUfferof Stow,ffChloe'Naples'ohio;andfourFlrida'Dlansis- Troy Elementary School releases Ill Display on Kanawha Drive Ill ters, Cora Alfred of Rosedale, Honor Roll Chloe Alfred of Amoldsburg, Ill beside Meadow Lane Cemetery Flava Fisher of Cottageville, The honor roll for Troy Ele- Ashley Williams 3.4 and Angel 462- 8895 Ill Floda Delaney of Naples, Flor- mentary School has been re- Stevens 3.0. eam Rathff,- Sales ida; four grandchildren and three leased for the second nine Fourth Grade. great-grandchildren, weeks. Those students named to Mark Johnson 4.0, Sara . ..... He was preceded in death by the list were: Drake 4.0, Jeremy Wilson 3.8, one son,Vier Buffer Jr. in 1932. First Grade - Konda Clark 3.8, Shelly Zinn Services were held Saturday, Selena Butcher 4.0, Amber 3.8, Shelly Zinn 3.8, Daniel Liv- February 4, 1989 at the Sinnett Skinner 4.0, Charlie Kirkpatrick ingston 3.8, David Jordon 3.2, Funeral Home, Spencer, with 4.0, Ruth Finley 4.0, Jessica Br- Patrick Martin 3.0, Richie the Rev. Leon Strickland offici- iski 4.0, James Alltop 4.0, Keith Stephens 3.0, and Matthew Lilly ating. Burial was in the Liberty Herron 3.8, Pat Durham 3.8, Jer- 3.0. Hill Cemetery, Amoldsburg. emy Dean 3.8, Shaun Bowen Fifth Grade - 3'6 JO ardde' ,3.6, Randy Gary, Osboum 3.4, Jennifer LowtherWellings 4,0, Tracy Williams MRS. THELMA E. 3.4, Crystal Cottrill 3.2, Kristen 3.8, Tommy Kirkpatrick 3.8, Button 3.2, and Curly White 3.0. Crystal Bonnett 3.8, Andrea MCINTYRE Second Grade - Wilson 3.7, Logan Archambault Thelma E. Mclntyre, 69, of Heidi Bonnett 4.0, Vada Zinn 3.6, Shannon Butcher 3.6, Heidi Clarksburg, died Tuesday, Janu- 4.0, Carrie Cottrill 3.8, Jason Herron 3.5, Angela Hinter 3.3, ary 31, 1989, following an ex- Greenlief3.8, Chad Tingler 3.7, Marsha Radcliff 3.2, Carrie tended illness. Shelly Greathouse 3.6, Conor Miner 3.1, Amy Cox 3.1, and She was born July 27, 1919, a DeWall 3.1, and Mark TaylorEmoryFrymier3.0. daughter of the late Roy and 3.1. Della Lowe Stout. Third Grade - Sixth Grade - She was preceded in death by Julie Briski 4.0, Brandon B.J. Briski 4.0, Aimee her husband, William M. McIn- tyre, on September 3, 1976. Leady 4.0, Ricky Whitehair 4.0, Mathess 3.6, Traci Minney 3.6, Surviving are: a son and Kristy Lockhart 3.8, Josh Rose Stevens 3.3, and Shawn daughter-in-law, William E. and Chapman 3.6, Pam Byrd 3.4, Stephens 3.6. Ruby Mclntyre, of Clarksburg; one brother, Roy Stout of Sand Fork Elementary Honor Roll released Coshocton, Ohio; one sister, Jean Chiero of Columbus, Ohio; one granddaughter, Holley Re- The honor roll for Sand Fork Reese 3.66, Brandy Pen'in 3.83, nee Mclntyre. Elementary School has been re- Aaron Woodruff 3.83, Jonathan She was preceded in death by leased for the second nine Rexroad 3.00, Amy Black 3.50, a sister, Wilma Mclntyre. weeks. Those students named to Bambi Sprouse 3.00, Kristi Mrs. Mclntyre was a Protes-the list were: Chapman 4.00, J. R. Cosner tant by faith, and a Homemaker. Second Grade - 3.66, Clinton Grose 3.83, Darci Services were held Thursday, Sandy Col/ins 4.00, CharlesPritt 3.50, and Olive Dix 3.00. February 2, 1989 at the Davis- Donaldson 4.00, Misty Ellyson Fourth Grade- Weaver Funeral Home, 4.00, Tommy Hamric 4.00, Daniel Loftis 4.00, Kelly Clarksburg. Interment was in Justin Lowther 4.00, John Osbom 4.00, Katrina Hamric F]oralHillsMemorialGardens.Persinger 4.00, Debbie Webb4.00, Sue Dix 3.80, Kenny Rat-ORDER BEFORE FEBRUARY 25,1989 PlCK UP ON: MARCH15,1989 4.00, Jessica Wine 4.00, Mat- lift 3.70, April Spmuse 3.50, thaw Rutherford 4,00, RickyAngel Wine 3.30, John Carder Dix 4.00, Richard Bailey 4.00, 3.30, and Martha Sexton 3.00.[ ," Carl McElwain 3.83, David " ..... ......... Frame 3.66, Michael Stalnaker Fifth Grade- | 3.50, David Taylor 3.33, and Laura Nicholson 3.80, Glen T." CORRECTION Tammy DeVaugh 3.33. Skinner 3.60, Amy Wiant 3.30, ,, "-V~-- ~ ~o -- Third Grade. Amy Kelley 3.80, and Jonathan ,,. CHARLES WESLEY Alicia Voytish 4.00, Lewesla Stump 3.30. .... "',,.,-__s____ ~m~mmliIIP / WRIGHT McClain 4.00, Jonathon Sixth Grade- ~-------" ! -- b-- - Mass of the Christian Burial Sumpter 3.33, Misty Tomblin Samantha Bush 3.50, Jennifer m~-----~--- ---~-- ~ -~ -- Services will be held at a later 4.00, Casey Jones 3.83, Joshua Ellyson 4.00, Niki Hamric 3.00, _-.,~.-.,-~_...._._.._ ,.,'" [~-,.- .~_._.~ ____ date in Glenville followed by in- Godrey 4.00, April Bush 3.66, Chris Jones 4.00, and Andy ~.-..-.~..., ,,-, .. __ terment in the Good Shepherd Jeremy Loudin 3.33, David Tomblin 4.00. ,.--"""-"' "" '" !,.=...." Cemetery, Tanner. --,-.-.- . --=7. i ::: ',= " Subscribe to --"-~'" -- --" Democrat/Pathfi = The nder "::" .-:I" Now Ol n untd 8 D.m. ,. ,-,! .. " "" "'"" "'" "" " ''"Bennett and Son ValeUns"-ne- "" --'" "" ;=, nv,,,~ ~ Monuments & KE~/_~L0..V.I~ -.----, " Markers . Die Hard The Dead Pool (Cllnt Fjnstwood) Bug Durham ~,,=... 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