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February 16, 1989

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February 16, 1989 .K MATHENY DVM K. Matheny, DVM, 91, February 12, 1989 Manor in Jane following an extended ill- was born in Con- a son of the late Joseph Law Matheny. He was a of Troy United Meth- Church, a veterinarian for and a member of County Lodge 118, A.F. He was a member of Virginia Veterinary Association and a life of the Gilmer County iBureau. are his wife, Eliza Matheny of Weston; daughters, Mrs. Helen of San Diego, California Mary Marie Sleeth of a son, Joseph S. Matheny a brother, Brooks Mathcny of Parkersburg; Bessie M. Reed of and Mrs. Pearl M. Reed 14 grandchildren, 17 randchildren and one randchild. preceded in death by James B. Mathcny in two brothers, one sister, M. Spurgeon. were held Wednes- 15, 1989 at the Funeral Home, Weston, the Rcv. Walter Mullens Burial was in the IOOF Cemetery. The County Lodge No. 118, and A.M. had the graveside TACY E. MOORE E. Moore, 68, of Harris- died Sunday, February 12, in St. Joseph's Hospital, Moore was born at Tan- daughter of Laura Simers Moore of Harrisville the late Thomas Orva She was affiliated the Methodist church, was of the Harrisville Gar- and retired from Econ- Industries. are her husband, N. Moore; a daughter, Haddox of Williamstown; John McCown of Fayetteville, North Carolina; He is survived by two sons, and Dale McCown of Akron, Joseph G. Wilt of Tanner and Ohio; three sisters, Vallie Ma- Forrest Wilt of Mabie; one haney and Audra Moneypermy, daughter, Edwina Lee of Ara- both of Cairo, and Veda paho, Oklahoma; one sister, Marshall, of Harrisville; four grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, Richard Wayne Moore, in 1963; three brothers. Services were held Wednes- day, February 15, 1989, at the Raiguel Funeral Home, Harris- ville with the Elder Patrick K. Hoover officiating. Burial was in the Harrisville IOOF Cemetery. RAYMOND REXROAD Raymond Rexroad, 75, of Elizabeth, died Thursday, Feb- ruary 9, 1989, at his residence after a brief illness. He was born in Wirt County, a son of the late Wheeler and Mae Wilson Rexroad. He was a World War II veteran, member of the VFW Wirt County Post 6608, A:nerican Legion Wirt County Post 55, life time resi- dent of Wirt County, had worked with the department of highways, and was a truck driver with the logging industry. He is survived by two sons, Delmas Gene Rexroad of Glen- ville, and John Delane Rexroad of Grantsville; 10 step-grand- children; and a friend Victoria Ruble of Elizabeth. Services were held Saturday, February I1, 1989 at the Matheny Funeral Home Chapel, Elizabeth, with the Rev. Ray- mond Ray officiating. Burial was in the K of P Cemetery, Elizabeth, graveside Post 55 American Legion. CHARLES CHESTER WILT Charles Chester Wilt, 82, of Tanner, died Monday, February 6, 1989 in Arapaho, Oklahoma, following a long illness. He was born in Tanner, a son of the late Roscoe and Etta Lydick Wilt. He was a retired employee of Knights of Pythias Lodge, Tanner. He attended Tanner United Methodist Church. Eula Snyder of Buckhannon; eight grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Services were held Saturday, February 11, 1989 at Tanner United Methodist Church with the Rev. Lorous Roberts offici- ating. Burial was in Tanner Cemetery. ALFRED BARk CURRY AJfred Barr Curry, 66, of Grantsville, formerly of Tanner, died Tuesday, February 7, 1989 in Akron General Medical Cen- ter, Akron, following a brief ill- ness. He was born in Tanner, a son of the late Charles and Sarah Kelly Curry. He was a retired farmer and a member of Five Forks Community Church. He is survived by his wife, Hildred E. Curry; two daughters, Phyllis Holbert and Sandra Curry, both of Grantsville; two sisters, Eleanore McCarmey of Parkersburg and Ida Calhoun of Grantsville; four brothers, Mansfield Curry and Bernard Curry, both of Tanner, Harry Curry and Charles Curry, both of EUenboro; and five grandchil- dren. Services were hcld Friday, February 10, 1989 at Stump Fu- neral Home, Grantsville, with the Rev. Alfred Hickman offici- ating Burial was in Nobe Ceme- tery. DONALD W. LEWIS Donald W. Lewis, 76, of Vi- enna, died Wednesday, February 8, 1989 at his residence. He was born in Mason County, a son of the late F. C. and Myrtle Bumgarner Lewis. He was a member of the Sand Hill United Methodist Church• He was retired from DuPont af- ter 27 years service. He is survived by his wife of 51 years, Debbie Van Matre Lewis; one son, James R. Lewis of Vienna; one daughter, Vera L. Wright of Vienna; five grand- sons, Terry Lewis of Hunting- ton, Timothy Lewis of Glen- ville, Steven Wright of Lubeck, Texas, and Michael and Kenny Wright, both of Vienna; two great-grandchildren, David Wright of Vienna, Kristin Wright of Lubeck, Texas; one brother, Harold Lewis of Flor- ida. He was preceded in death by two sisters, Helen Casmer and Anna Mae Kirby. Services were held Saturday, February 11, 1989 at the Sand Hill United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Tim Conrad offi- ciating. Burial was in the Ever- green Cemetery, North. "I ";e Gl~:nvi,le Democrat-Pathfinder in Lost Creek, after a sudden ill- great-granddaughter, Becky~ ness. Chieda, both of Akron. She was born in Bear Fork, a Services were held Tuesdaye daughter of the late Rev. Henry January 31, 1989 at the Scher- Cyrus Sanders. She was a home- musser Funeral Home, with the: maker and a member of the Rev. Norman Y. Pilchard offici- VERSIE ORA HERON zona; 12 grandchildren and one Versie Ora Herron, 88, of great-granddaughter. Chesmut Hill Apartments, Mor- Pleasant Valley Church of the ating. " Brethem on Bear Fork. She is survived by her hus- band, Home L. Gaines; her mother, Pearl Valentine Sanders of New Milton; one daughter, Barbara Carol Farmer of Oakland, Maryland; three sons, David Gaines of Lost Creek, Lloyd E. Gaines of Cedarville, and Marvin L. Gaines of Never pour hot oil back into its Clarksburg; one brother, Leslie original container since it's not de- Amos Sanders of Phoenix, Ari-signed to withstand the high tem- peratures reached by oils during cooking--wait for it to cool. You could get burned by spilled oil or hurt by a broken container. gantown, died Friday, January 20, 1989, at Monongalia Gen- eral Hospital. Born March 29, 1900, in Braxton County, she was the daughter of the late Floyd Jo- seph and Edna Abigail Wimer Saffle. She was a lifelong member of the Christian and Missionary Al- liance Church and a home- maker. She is survived by one son, Ray B. Herron of Stouts Mill three daughters, Hazel M. Mes- senger and D. Gene Rose, both of Morgantown, and Elizabeth Bishover of North Versailles, Pennsylvania; one brother, Ray Saffle of Webster Springs; two sisters, Saral| Schertzinger and Retha Potter, both of Morgan- town; two half sisters, Mary Co- chran and Dana Kelly, both of Florida; 10 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles Doy Her- ron; two brothers and three sis- ters. Services were held Monday, January 23, 1989 with pastors Fred Henry and John Brekke of- ficiating. Interment will follow in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. She was preceded in death by one sister and two brothers. Services were held Wednes- day, February 15, 1989 at the Pleasant Valley Church on Bear Fork with the Rev. Imelda Long officiating. 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