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March 7, 1975     The Glenville Democrat
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8 I'he Glenville Denu, rat l'athfind,,r ,,.~t ~ , Hand crafted dolls IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWIIIWWIIWIMHHIHi IUmlIIIIIWIIIIIIIIIIIIIHlilIIIIIIIIWII Mrs. Bdrhm ..... ,,: .... ,nm ~ tel)J(; in her parlor, but as t'nsl l[Ii[~-i[~:'- ~it'bn('k at work ()n another. And finding a mnrket tt i" ltn:,,.,; statuesque, elegant dolls shouldn't prove too difficult if her granddaughter is ata example of buyer enthusiasm. She asked for the first doll as soon as it was finished. " " Mrs. Barton has lived at her Court Street house for seven years, coming here from Conings, near Troy. to care for Loreua Arbuckle, the mother of Ernest Lee Arbuckle. Mrs, Arbuckl lied several years ago. '. Mrs. Barton spent most of her married life:,onTa farm in Doddridge County where tmr late husband. Eust c i' worked as a farmer and carpenter. He died in 1.958. She has fi(te children. come to us @ raceme tax Reason 16 We'll try to do evorvthine wo cnn to .qnvo re,, mnnnv ~fxor nil. w :want Vollr hu~in,,qq ~tenin next vo~qr THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE GASSAWAY Elk St. '164-8291 Open 9 .m. - 6 p.m. weekdayS, 9-5 Sat. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY GIFNVII.I,F 30 F. Main gt 462-7784 I~m~m~WH~m~m~W~m~Mu~i~~~H~~ Ernest K. Gum circuit clerk Iron, I,t441 h, i.J.t. ,ht.I Ernesl Kemp Gum. tiff of Cox's Mill. died at 7 a.m. Sunday. Feb. 23. hdlo~i,lg a sudden illness. lie was born in Lewis County. Sept. 29. 1908. a son of the late H. Dyer and I.mw Riffle Gum. On ]une 27. 1031. he ~as married to Ethel Garrett. who survives ~tlt,lg with one daughter. Mrs. l.~,,,,:s II- Ann) l,o(:kard. Cox's Mill: one son, Ernest Kemp Gum Ir., Blacksburg Vu.: ,m,: br,~|her. Kenzil {Dick) Gum. Nilus. ()hie: six sisters. Mrs. Beryle Nutler and Mrs. Esker {Ernestine) Rice. both .f Buckhanmm. Mrs. Roy {Eh,a,mr} I~rad(h:n. Burner. Texas. Mrs. ~Aashm~/,n I. {Viewd Price. MI. (:lore. Mrs. V~.~atr.w {'l'hm~ra] Arn.ht. Elm City. Fla., Mrs. Everett (Lorene) Davis. Selmstin. Fla.: one granddaugh- |,u'. Kelley l" L,(:kard. Mr. Gum was a farmer and stockman, a member o1 Ihe (;timer (;uuntv Farm Bureau. and was retired Item the Agriculture Stabilization (:.mmittee. with 24 years service, tie v.as a member of the Troy Baptist Chur(:h. l,eota Gherke Mrs. l.e,,h~ t;herke. 154. -I RI. 5 (;hmvilh:. ,Iwd k'ebruarv 2ti. in (kllh-un (;,meral ll.spital at (;raatsville after a l,,ng illness. She was h,,rn, luN 24. 1890 nmw Slumptown. Gihner COUlIh,'. daughter ,ff the late Winfieht and Elvira Stump XA'hite Had was a member of Mr. Pisgah Baptist (:hur('h near Stuml)h,wn. Surviw~rs include her husimml. t:lau,le Gherke: -nedaughter. 'l'helma Pi, kels of Allendale. Fla.: f-ur sons. elan -f (;rantsville. Ciebura of Slumptown. ()lis .f W~bridge. Va. and Ira of Bridgep,rt: 14 grandchild- run: and 30 great-grant:hildren. Services were Saturday at Mr. Pisgah Baiatisl ('hutch. with the Rev. R-dney Minney officiating. Burial was in (2ollins-Stumptown C-m,nunitv (;emeterv. Charle~ S. RuddeU Charles S. Ruddell. a native of (;lenville and former Wood t:ountv Model 333W-SH LPW $ ,5 I Broils steak at handy waist level! Magic Chef's radiant broiler seals in juices: For cookout flavor, all year round, And you broil with the door closed. So heat and smoke stay inside the oven. Not in your kitchen. I 433W-SGHLPW GOO~*ANO~I[ilP*WA~M la~rvms~ teml;te,atuee Keeps OVlN WINDOW AND I.I~HT. L~t yo~ see w~ s ~ookmg k,~n ~ Use e,m~o~ sv~tch to hgm u~ w,morn ~n~p uo Cc~ml~r411 with otntn t'~uu tot new ~n~n~ eon~em~e FIqONT CONYROLIL APPI~IANCI[ OUTLIT. NO ketch~n ~as er, ough oulhtts So M~C Chat g,yes yoo one wt~tt y~ ~ *~ most n,ght on the coo#to~ V~ty ha~c~y II&CKGU&II~3. Wtlh ~em~e~ Ol=ss ~ront thal res*sts ~km~ lit H=t~ly~ltohet= mght-l~ht. too AND A CONTINUOUS-CLEANING OVEN So you tim ,Itt~ tl~m Usdy And to linty te iv=Die dit~lt ~, tmV Imglt$ tO re~t=h ~ inn tam~ St~dld fat v~y Food and grease spatters fade away gradually, while you cook. Also an AutoMagic cook and keep warm oven control. All you do is choose the oven temperature and time. Food cooks to perfection. Then oven control turns down au- tomatically to serving temperature. When you're ready, so is dinner. Lift-up removable cooktop Removable oven door f Built-in Griddle that converta to 5th burner Free Pe//very GLENVILLE I BURNSVILLE I II I II II February 21 ill "l'l|l lh' { t ~!t~k Convalescen| (;oilier I'ark,.,-,h,..~: lh, was 79. l-It graduated from (;h'.u~liv Normal School and atten(h.,l \\',.~ Virginia University to stu(lv el,:, tri, ,,I engineering. After servinu with lht. U.S. Army in World War 1. he ,;,m, Parkerslmrg and was emphwed h~ i].pe Natural Gas Co. In 1924 he became deputy assess.r. lie assumed the circuit clerk's office in 1940 and served five c:onset:utive It;rills. lie was also a member and elder of Firsl United Presbyterian Church. a 5a-year member of Mr. Olivet L-