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February 13, 1976

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6 The Glenvilla l)emocrat,'PathfinQ,,i Februar.~ 12. 1976 Elmer L. Eckeis Kerby lafmat Elmer L. Eckels. 83. of Rt. I, leanette Lynn Kerby. one- year- Glenville died at his home Monday, old daughter of William and Phyllis morning, Feb. 2, following an extended Kerbv of Grantsville, died Wednesday illness. evening. February 4. in St. Joseph's Hospital, Parkersburg, following a Born in Ohio. he was the son of the sudden illness. late Franklin and Mary Brister Eckels. He was a farmer and attended the Baptist Church. He is survived by a stepdaughter, Mrs. Etta Parsons, of Glenville; 11 step grandchildren:and 24 stepgreat- grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Barbara Jane Eckels Smith. ' Funeral services were. Wednes- day, Feb. 4, at 1 p.m. at the Spurgeon Mortuary with the Rev. Everett Mills officiaing. Burial was in the Knotts Cemetery at Arnoldsburg. Survivors in addition to the parents include a brother. William Kerby. Jr.. and a sister. Rhonda Kerby, both at home: the paternal grand- father, Holly Kerby, Grantsville; and the maternal grandfather. Clay Yeager of Letter Gap. Services were held at the Stump P uneral Home at 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 7. Burial was in the Hur Cemetery. Remember that the dee~ine for all news and advertising in the Glenvill Democrat/Pathfinder is Monday at 5 p.m. On Holiday vvmdks the deadline may be even earlier. Have your nmm and advertising in early to avoid disappoint- ment. immm IIHIII i by Wanna LOWther and Mary Harvey - Mrs. Rodnev Wilson and children from Morgantown visited Mrs. Wilson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stalnaker of Linn. over the weekend. Mrs. Wilson is teaching school in the Morgantown area. Mrs. Aubrey Teter and Mrs. Wanna Lowther visited Mrs, Mary Harvey tuesday. Mrs. Harvey w'~s released from the Stonewall ]acksen Hospital Sunday after having surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Virgle Messenger el Linn are visiting in Florida. Mrs. Mary Harvey of Linn has been released from the Stonewall Jackson Hospital. She had minor surgery on her colon. She is doing fine. Mrs. Aubrey Teter of Linn entertained at a quilting party this past Thursday. Those attending were Mrs. Sammy Reese and Mrs. Ted DJlseman of Troy. Mrs. Vera Davis of Glenville and Mrs. Wanna Lowther of Linn. It was an enjoyable day. Mrs. Freda Holbert from Morgan- town attended the funeral of her sister. Miss Artie Williams the past week, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fidler of Troy were shopping in Weston. and visited severed friends in the Stonewall la(:kson Hospital last week. Dr. E. R. Cooper is still improving at his home in Troy. Mrs, Aubrey Teter and Mrs. Wanna Lowther were visiting Mrs. Mary Harvey Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Floyd are doing a lot of improving on their new home at Linn. Looks a lot different on the outside as well as inside. Mrs. Floyd and Mrs. Holmes Harvey of Linn were in Weston on business this week. Mrs. Vera Davis of Glenville has been visiting her sister Wanna Lowther this week. OFFICERS TRAINING AND PLANNING MEE'FING The officers and junior leaders of Camden Flats Mountaineers 4-H Club met January 23 at the home of Patty White. The duties of each officer were discussed. Programs were planned for the rest of the year. Refreshments were served. A fun snow-ball battle followed. mum -- iiii -- mmmmmmmmmmll I by Lillie Kimble "l'hos~; attending the Senior Citizens Advisory CouncilBoard meeting at Buckhannon on fan. 29 were Mrs. Pearl Williams, Mr. and Mrs. John Kimble and Mrs. Masel Pritt of Glenville. Mrs. Doris Williams, Mrs. Ina Minney and Mrs. Lillie Kimble attended an Eastern Star meeting at Grantsville Monday evening. Ray. Edsel Bragg. pastor of North View United Methodist Church was a visitor in Stumptown, Thursday, Feb. 5. Mr. Max Shiffel was visiting his brother Jack, Friday, Feb. 6. The Jim Yeager family, formerly of MI. Zion, have moved into one of the homes on the Frank Minney farm, formerly owned by the late Garnet Hershman. The Steer Creek Senior Citizens met for their regular business meeting Feb. 4 at the Locknev Community building, with a nice attendance. The next meeting will be Feb. 18 for a covered dish dinner at 11 a. m. Everyone welcome. Please have all I quill chances in quilt will be on that making progress drilling a well the community has been donated Charleston with Hobart's. from Elkir~ I he Lockney community building their regular Collins. president. meeting. After the care of hey had a had a nice time. Mrs. Della will be operated Monday. Feb. 9th. Asby Minnev of Copies of each Oemocrat are er~aila~ Super Market. Grill. Conra(fs Motel, Pioneer Grocery, Graphics, Inc. 7 C LB & Lean Center Cat Thin Sliced Center Cat iiiiSwift e !i Thin Sliced Prenie_ lixed Chop 11. I. 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