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February 10, 1977

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','i:: s Mill News By Thelma Shacideford United Methodist February meeting Irene Ware. Our try Ellyson, opened Allman led the business session, the lesson, "Our God". She has a session which Camp Luzader Job to look to the snow." The snow seldom seen mystery Jan. 27. If you the west you hundreds of Snow you. They were worn by little girls They were round to end. The were new snow fell and the along forming the :er as they picked phenomena of wind and snow. and Mrs. George of Mr. O.F. Jamison's and got hot water lines. This went on George Lake and her mother. Mike Bennett had a the cold blizzard. The are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Uncle is Dale Moyers. was very interesting. The following members were present: Nellie Allman, Sharon Zinn, Irene Ware, Toots Shackleford, Reba Ware and Thelma Shackleford. Visitors were Debbie Shackleford, Michael and Joseph. The Sunday School is doing very well considering the cold, icy roads and gas shortage. It was only excused one Sunday. We hope more will be able to get out soon. Mrs. Maxine Mathess has returned home from the Calhoun General Hospital; she is some better at this time. We hope you will soon be well, Max;he. Randy and Cindy Cox are the parents of their first child, a girl. She has been named Amy Lynn. The mother is the former Cindy Burton. The father works at Kinney Shoe Factory. Reba and Irene Ware were calling on Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Adams recently. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shackleford who lived near West Milford have bought a home near Newberne and have moved. The home was once owned by Ola Ware, a great uncle of Tom. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mathess of Cox's Mills announce the birth of their second child and first daughter in the " Hospital Center in Clarksburg. She has been named Amy Dawn. They have one son, Steven. The mother is the former Vickie Lines. The father works for the Hope Gas Company. Two new families have purchased homes in the community, Mr. and Mrs. Cottrill and family and Mr. and Mrs. Pyles. We wish to welcome them into the community and our church. Tanner News By Irene Hogtie The Tanner United Methodist Church hasn't had services the past two Sundays, due to the bad weather. Mrs. Ada Riddle celebrated her 80tb Birthday Jan. 30. at her home, and it sure doesn't show. Out of town guests : were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Adkins and daughters Susie, Jean, Jane and Charlotte of Parkersburg. Mr. and Mrs. John Statts of Summersville, and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Edman and children Rick and Beth of Tanner. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Miller of Buckhannon, were guests of Miss Kay Wilson, Jan. 29. Our local Postmistress has been giving people the impression that she was on her way to Alaska, or farther north, wearing a stocking cap, sweater and heavy coat in the Post Office. I think the State has forgotten our road; a tall Indian would have trouble finding his way over it, and through the snow drifts. HEAT--Tanner Mrs. Lorena Wood- the gas shortage she dons coat and When she does her to mark Gordon,Morris towed open house Okey Stalnaker Jr. of honored with an the celebration of anniversary on s Sons and their wives House for friends 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. The Glenville, William, L. and Gene of Letter gifts be omitted. sale? Excess 462-7309 for our low-cost VERYBODY'S NEED Windsor Norritt MOVE AND SET UP WEEK INC. Rise Ann Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Gordon of tlundred, W.Va. formerly of New- berne. W.Va. announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Rise Ann, to Thomas C. Morris, Jr., son of Mrs. l,evon Morris and the late Mr. Morris f Cameron, W.Va. Rise is a 1975 graduate of Cameron High School, attended Fairmont State College one year and is now employed by Telephone Utilities of Pennsylvania in Masontown, W.Va. Tom is a 1974 graduate of Cameron High School and is employed at the McElroy Mines in Moundsville, W.Va. Wedding plans are incomplete at the present time. Miss Gordon is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stacy B. Radcliff of Troy and Mr. and Mrs. R.D. Gordon of Newberne, W.Va. Moyers, Sears to wed February 10, 1977 The Glenvlile Democrat/Pathfinder 7 ] ] ] ] Ambulance cans00 iObituaries ZL Z I .i I I.ZIII_I L.I. Z_ 2YICIC.m II Feb. 1-7 2-1-77 10:10 a.m.--Esta M. Harris from Letter Gap to Vadis. 2-2-77 11:05 a.m.--Senate Cottrill from Center St. to VA Hospital, Clarksburg. 2-2-77 2:25 p.m.--Alvin C. Bush from Stewarts Creek Road to Calhoun General Hospital. 2-2-77 3:30 p.m.--Frank Flaharty from Gilmer County Medical Center to Spurgeon Mortuary. 2-2.77 4:15 p.m.--James Fox from Town Hill to Gilmer County Medical Center. 2-2-77 4:15 p.m.--Ruth Linger from Town Hffi to Gilmer County Medical Center. 2.3-77 4:42 p.m.--Bessie Collins from Indian Fork to Gilmer County Medical Center. 2-3-77 4:42 p.m.--James Collins from Indian Fork to Gilmer County Medical Center. 2-3-77 4:42 p.m.--Ruth Collins from Indian Fork to Gilmer County Medical Center. 2-3-77 4:42 p.m.--Melinda Collins from Indian Fork to Gilmer County Medical Center. 2-3-77 4:42 p.m.--Beckie Marks from Indian Fork to Gilmer County Medical Center. 2-3-77 4:42 p.m. Howard Jones from Indian Fork to Gilmer County Medical Center. 2-3-77 4:45 p.m.--Charles Jones from Indian Fork to Gilmer County Medical Center. 2-3-77 4:45 p.m.--Jeff Coen from Indian Fork to Gilmer County Medical Center. 2.3-77 4:45 p.m.--Cathy Coen from Indian Fork to Gilmer County Medical Center. 2-3-77 4:45 p.m.--Kenny rCoen from Indian Fork to Gilmer County Medical Center. 2.3-77 8:40 p.m.--Jeanette Jay from Upper Horn Creek to Calhoun General Hospital. 2-4-77, 3:10 p.m.--Cindy Ruther- ford from Gilmer County High School to Gilmer County Medical Center. 2-5-77, 2:50 a.m.--Ronald Belmont fro m Conings to Bridgeport Airport. 2-5-77, 10:15 a.m.--Bud Moore from Main Street to United Hospital Center. Clarksburg. Joyce Marie Moyers 2-5-77, 12:17 a.m.--John E. \\;tr nd Mr ", ..... Arbuckle from N. Court St. to United Troy announce the engagement tiq ,,eu o g, ' ,11 . ' 2:5-77. 106 p,m.A|tdNicholas  est daughter Joyce Marze to ..... from Normantown to Calhoun General Thomas Ray Sears, son of Mrs. Joy Hospital. Se;rs of Sand Fork and Mr. Harry T. Sears of Chesapeake, W.Va. Both are grduates of Gilmer County High School. Mr. Sears was formerly employed as a truck driver for Sears and Son Trucking, while Joyce is a waitress at Bernie's Restaurant. A summer wedding is planned. Businessmen. Merchants. Itere is no better way to reach your local market than an ad in your local paper. Call 462-7309 now for information on our low rates, combination ads and big discounts on contract advertising! Gas from manure I. requirements and added "we propose to tap the market." If the Texas project is successful, more manure-to-gas plants could spring up around the country. "The idea of producing gas from manure is gaining steam," according to the Wall Street Journal. The Natural Gas Pipeline Co. has made plans to purchase methane gas, to be produced from 80,000 tons of cow manure. Another company, Era, Inc., plans to build a plant - next to a cattle feedlot in Texas - that will process the manure into gas. The plant is expected to produce about 650 million cubic feet of methane annually. An official from Era said there's enough manure in the U.S. to produce 10 to 15 per cent of the nation's energy 2-6-77, 2:50 p.m.--Shirley Losh from Duck Run to Stonewall Jackson Hospital. 2-7-77, 9:50 a.m.--Nora Ethel Fitzwater from Grantsville Hospital to GlenviUe. Era has also talked to turkey raisers in other parts of the country about plans to produce gas from turkey wastes. According to a company official, farmers are also interested in the plants because the residues left over from the gasification process can be fed back to the animals as a feed supplement. FLESHMAN'S ANNUAL WINTER SALE MAKE YOUR SELECTION NOW AND SAVE! mgV Sizes AvalaNe at Compara Samgs) Let us design and build a memorial to fill your personal need-- whether it be a small marker, a lerge family monument or something in between. Now is the best time to call, write or come in and look over our display. PHONE ............................... , 3438855 ,, " [ CITY ..................... ZIP ....... I m m FLESHMAN MONUMENT 0. INC. Only the Newspaper ,/i ' / "!i I Well-written accounts tell of the dumping of 342 chests of tax-bearing tea, in a 1773 edi- tion of the Boston Newsletter and nothing much since that time has gone unnoticed as newspapers continue to record the history of our times. RIPLEY RD., SPENCER, W.VA. REX HAROLD, MGR., FOR APPOINTMENT IN YOUR HOME, CALL COLLECT 927-1713 Mrs. Ruth Reed Mrs. Ruth Reed, 79, of Rt. 1, LaGrange, Ohio, formerly of Norman- town, died Thursday morning, Feb. 3 at the Elyria Memorial Hospital following an extended illness. Mrs. Reed was born in Gilmer County, a daughter of the late John and Hattie Lynch Moss. She was a member of the Upper Steer Run Baptist Church. Surviving are three sons: Wood- ford, Wilbert and Wilford, all of La LaGrange, Oh.; three daughters, Mrs. Rhoda Osborne, of LaGrange, Oh., Mrs, Hazel Alltop and Mrs. Norma Beali, both of Normantown; two brothers, Leeman and Clarence Moss, both of Normantown; two sisters, Mrs. Viola Whitesell and Mrs. Nellie Skidmore, both of Grafton, Oh.; 22 grandchildren and 11 great-grand- children. She was preceded in death by her husband, Elder Alvin Scott Reed; and one infant son. Funeral services were conducted Saturday, Feb. 5 at the Upper Steer Run Baptist Church with Elder Frank Stephen Haherty Frank Stephan Flaherty, 75, of Troy died Wednesday, Feb. 2 at his residence following an extended illness. Mr. Flaherty was born at Oil City, Pa., a son of the late Michael and Amy Eckmeder Flaherty. He was a retired printer and machinist and was a member of all Masonic bodies at Reading, Pa. He was married to Frieda Schmidt, who preceded him in death. On April 3, 1969, he was married to Marie Barbarow Burton, who survives. Also surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Amy Marshalewski, of Newark, Del., and Mrs. Fay Ovenall, of Wilmington, Del.; two step-sons, Duane and Gary Burton, both of Parkersburg; three granddaughters. Funeral services were held Feb. 7 in the Lutz Funeral Home in Reading, Pa, Burial was in the Schwarzwald Cemetery in Reading, Pa. Chenowith Stalnaker and Elder Charles Fisher officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. : ( /4,,,%,,--.,--,, , M /,,"'/'* / J  %..,'0 " '..  r Some people believe that honeysuckle will cure an ob- session with the past. Focus on advertising for those'h want the most for their moey The Shape They're In The Newspaper Advertising Bureau reports that most studies show that the vertical shaped ad gets the highest readership. 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