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Chester Bait~. of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin L. Cottrill, of ~ celebrate 25th announce birth of a 7 their Glenville. the _~~ pound, 8 ounce daughter. Ginger Lee, born February 11 at the Weston, Hospital. Mrs. Ed Bailey of Maternal grandparent is Mrs. era celebrate their 55th ttowes, of Glenville. Mr. C, ottrill is the on March 3. son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cottrill. Bailey and Rev. son Wetzetl. Jr. has cry Feb. 12 at is doing nicely. Charles Baisden are visiting Mrs. in Rutland, O. Chester Bailey will 25th anniversary Mills. Mrs. ]essie Matheny. of Dille, WV. celebrated her 86th birthday last Saturday, February 14. Her son and daughter-in-law are Mr. and Mrs. Warren Matheny of Sand Fork. Randy Cutright, 17, son of Kenneth Eugene Cutright is serving in the Naval Training Center in San Diego, California. Last Weekend Randy visitied with his grandparent. O.N. Cutright, of Little Bull Run. Also, they all visited the Phillip Peggs family of Parkersburg. Randy now resides in New Cornerstone, Ohio. Randy Cutright Harlan Starcher Harlan Starcher. 80. Millsttme. Calhoun County. died Sutldav Jti 1~i~: Veterans Administration Hospi!~i, Chillicothe, O. tle was born near Arnoldsbur;1, a son of the late Nathan a~M Fro~;~ Starcher. and attended the [nited Methodist Church. tte was a veteran ot World War I. Surviving are his ~vi(t()w. N'lr~, Lona Mae Starcher: three s~ms. Darrell of Elizabeth, ttarlan, lr. (~I Stumptown and Leo of Rockport: six daughters, Mrs. Rub~ Powell and Mrs. Reda Warwick of Barberton, O.. Mrs. Lena Franks. Akron. O.. Mrs. Ernogene Poling. Lakemore O., Mrs. Ruth Kelly of Vienna. and Mrs. Janet Ta~b,r. Freeport. Other survivors include tw(J brothers. Denny Starcher of Zane~- villa, 0.. and Fred Starcher ot Horno W. Va.. three sisters Mrs One Ch;~rc h. Parkersburg.Mrs. Ocie l.attea Camden, and Mrs. S~lvia B(.~the Millstone: 20 grandchildrenand !1 great-grandchildren. FIIIH}F;I[ Sf,)rvices were ~,%:edites- d;~',, Feb I1 at 2 p.m. at Shmey Point l;mted Methodist Church. Arnolds- bur~,,, with the Rev. Warder Stump Jr.. otfit:iatin~. Burial was in Gibson Cemetery. Sandwall girl drowns near home Graveside services were heM on the iamilv property Friday afternoon h,r four-vear-oM Natasha De Eta Sandwall. who drowned last Thursday in a creek near her parents home near Glenville. Acrording to authorities her lather and a neighbor had been talking in front of the Sandwall residence, the former cottage of attorney lay Perrill. They noticed after several minutes the little girl was not around and about 45 minutes later they found her body floating in Leading Creek, across the road from the home. I II PLAN AHEAD ENROLL NOW for Feb. Ch Graduate as a Professional Hairdresser Government Grants are available "'G.I. and Veteran Approved" "'START YOUR CAREER TODAY'" A NATIONALLY ACCREDITED BEAUTY SCHOOL CLARKSBURG BEAUTY ACADEMY 339 W. Pike St. Clarksburg. WV [)hone: 624-6473 FREE INFORMATION Name ....... Address City Phone State _ IIII I II February 19. 1976 The ,lenville Democrat/Pathfinder Survivors n, lude her parents, John R. IW~Henry Peter and Tamara Chazes Sandwall and two younger sisters. The little girl was buried on family property anti Father l)avid (,Iockner officiated a! the service. James O. Sutton James t),, Sul!on, 77, of (;lenville, died .%ux,tay ewming in Calhoun General Hospital. l~orn at Charlotte. N.C., he was a ~))) of the late ]efferson and Ida Slavton Sutton. tie was a retired carpenter and a member ol the Dawson Baptist Church. He is survived by his wite, Opal Sullivan Sutton; and by several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were Wednes- day. Feb. 18. at 1 p.m. at the Spurgeon Mortuary with the Rev. James Epling ufficiatm~. Burial was in the Fairview (~emetery. 11 Funeral services for John R. Mcth.'nry, 86, of Sand Fork, who died Sunday. Feb. 15, were held Tuesday, Feb. 17 at 2 PM at the Spurgeon Mortuary with the Rev. James Gillespie officiating, Burial will be in the Messenger Cemetery in Gilmer County. Born in Gilmer County, he was a son of the late Samuel and Frances Messenger Mcllenry, He was a cq~l: miner, a timberman, and a farmer~ : He is survived by his second wif.a, Bertha tteater Mcttenry: five so~s~ Gilbert. of Bulltown, Dale of tlamilton, : O., Max and Rolland, of Canton, O,, and Bernard, of Lewisville, 04 throe daughters, Mrs, Stacy Alltop and Mr~,~, Myrtle VanKirk, of Weston and Mr~ Agnes fludnal], of Hansford; a sistor., Itola King, of Parma, O.; 35 grandchildren: and a number .Of great-grandchildren, He was preceded in death by Ilia[ first wife Clara Pritt McHenry ~: TO CAROLYN R. BRIGGS This Woodmen Accident and Life District Manager deserves a special salute for earning the 1975 Such recognition goes only to the select group of representatives who ted the Company's 500-member field force in the sale of group life and health insurance prot~tion during the calendar year. The achievement is a significant one, because of the new dimension in financial security it gives to many individuals, families and businesses. Thus, we're proud to tip our hat to Carolyn R. Bri s P.O. Box 215 Waverly, WV 26184 Ph: 428-1385 Forrest A. Fawcett, C.L.U. Agency Manager ~Representing WOODMEN m Southern Pine As Low As As Low As As Low As III