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March 29, 1979     The Glenville Democrat
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t, IO i he (Jh:n~ille l)emocrat/Palhfindel OBITUARIES I1'III1~1 Itllll'l I (11111~ Itl I"~ll'l I qlll'l I 1 ,IIIII1,t t,1111,11 / I I,,11111~ I,~11111 MRS. NELLE HINZMAN Mrs. Nelle Maude Hinzman, 82, Route 1, Cox's Mills. died Saturday night in Calhoun County General Hospital. She was born in Gilmer County, a daughter of the late Alva and Virginia Brown Golf, She was a member of the Pythian Sisters of Tanner, the Union Baptist Church on Sinking Creek. Surving are her husband, Florice K. Hinzman; one son, Leo P. Hinzman of Glenville: four daughters, Mrs. Crar.e Wells of Indianapolis, In- diana, Mrs Gladys Woodford, Bar- berton, Ohio, Mrs. Ruby Frymier of Bennett & Son MONUMENTS ~ MARKERS Office and Display Yard 440 High Street G rantsville, WV Also Inside Display on Rt, 5 Two M lies Above G rantsviile PO Box 262 G rantsville Phone 354-6162 Tanner, and Mrs. Esther Clevenger, of Mount Vernon, Ohio: one brother, Thurman Golf of Cox's Mills: and a sister, Anna Lea Goff of Cox's Mills' 16 grandchildren and 18 great- grandchildren. Funeral was at 2 p.m. Tuesday. March 27 at Spurgeon Mortuary. with Rev, James L, Kipp, Jr. of- ficiating. Burial was in Horn Creek Baptist Church Cemete?y. MRS. DOROTH RIFFLE Mrs. Dorothy Lea Riffle, 30. of Burnsville. was dead on arrival Thursday, March 15, at United Hospital Center, Clarksburg. after a short illness. She was a Methodist. Surviving her are husband, Gary: daughter, Toni Ratliff at home: father, Ben Ratliff of Burnsville: sister, Mrs. Virginia Conley of Flat- woods: brothers, Robert Conrad of Grafton. Ohio. Louis Ratliff of Burn- sville, Alva and Thomas Ratliff, both of Orlando, Dick Ratliff of Gem, Lane and William Ratliff. both of Stouts Mills. Glenville, W. Va. J.J. Pres. LICENSED MORTICIAN ! Phone462.7660 Services were held at 2 p.m. Sun- day, March 18 at the Stockert- Gibson Funeral Home. Flatwoods. Burial was in Little Kanawha Memorial Gardens, near Heaters. NELLIE CAMPBELL Nellie Gay Campbell, 66, of Sand Fork. died at 8:55 a.m. Saluvday. March 17 in the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital, Weston. follow- ing an extended illness. She was born in Braxton County, May 9. 1912, daughter of the late Therman and Clara Conrad Brown. On February 7, 1938. she married Everett J. Campbell. who survives. Also surviving are two sons. Harold J. Campbell, Sand Fork, Roy James Campbell, Newport. Ohio: three daughters. Beulah Gay Gainer, Parkersburg. Pauline Virginia Ratliff, Orlando and Dottie Jean Mathess. Dille; three brothers, Vv'illard Brown and Thomas Brown, both of Weston; Wilkison Brown. Lima, Ohio; 20 grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one sister. Mary Ann Williams. Services were held at 2 p.m. Mon- day. March 19, 1979 at the Spurgeon Mortuary in Glenville. Interment was in the Sand Fork Cemetery. lESS PRITr Jess R. Pritt, 74, of Glenville died Friday in Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital, Parkersburg, after a long illness. He was retired from Equitable Gas Co. and was a member of College Street Methodist Church in Glenville and the Masons. Surviving are his wife. Masel; daughter, Mrs. Emma Mealey of Parkersburg; sister, Mrs. Lola Radcliff of Ohio; two grandchildren. Service was held at I p.m. Sunday, March 25 at Spurgeon Funeral Home with Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick officiating. Burial with Masonic rites was in Stalnaker Cemetery. K/ndergarten clinic scheduled Gilmer County Schools will hold kindergarten pre-enrollment clinics during the week of April 2 through 6. The daily schedule is as follows: Monday, April 2. Tanner Elemen- tary, 8:30-12: Tuesday. April 3. Troy Elementary, 8:30-12; Wednesday, April 4, Sand Fork Elementary, 8:30-3: Thursday, April 5, Glenville Elementary, 8:30-3 and Friday, April 6, Normantown Elementary, 8:30-3. Children who attend the pre- enrollment will be able to get ac- quainted with their teachers, as well as having their hearing, speech- language, and vision checked. A Health Nurse will also be present to update shot records. SATURDAY SING The Fifth Saturday Night Sing will be held at the Trace Fork United Methodist Church beginning at 7:30 p.m., March 31. Everyone is welcome. REPORT CARDS DUE Student report cards will be sent home on Tuesday, April 3, by Nor- mantown Elementary School. March '~ by Susan McCartney Mrs, Doris White, a teacher at statistics, reading road si.~|| Tanner Elementary School, has beensymbols, map reading skill~j invited to be a guest speaker at the creative writing experienceSl State Driver Education Conference bicycle riding. to be held on Tuesday, April 3 at / Jackson's Mill. Mrs. White has attended s~ At the Conference, Mrs. White sponsored by the West Vim will be speaking on bicycle safetyDepartment of Education 4 and how to integrate it into regular National Safety Council, andJ classroom studies. She will be certified to teach bicycle showing charts and slides made by students, teachers and other~ students and examples from She has also taught bicycle~ classroom textbooks which include the classroom, grades five tl~ stories about bicycles. These stories eight, and has presented~ also include skills such as reading programs pertaining to bicycl~ charts, and graphs about bike ty. Women meet The Glenville Junior Women met at the home of Mrs. Marilyn Den- nison for their regular meeting. Mrs. Glenda Martz. President. presided at the meeting. Plans were discussed concerning the club's participation in the up- coming State Convention at Morgan- town in May. Plans were also made for the International Affairs Dinner, a yearly event held by the Junior Women to familiarize the member- ship with customs and problems uni- que to different areas of the world. The club voted to donate money to classes conducted by Mrs. Avon•lie Davis in Special Education at Gilmer County High School and to the CREDIT TERMS AVAILAB MARCH 29th 15.9 CU. FT. UPRIGHT FREEZER .........• Key Eject Lock • Super Storage Door • Defrost Drain • Porcelain On Steel Interior I O Adjustable Temp. Control 14.4 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR • No-Frost • Adjustable Half Shelves and Meat Pan • Porcelain-On- Steel Interior • Twin Crispers EET-141PKW EEV-162CW MICROWAVE OVEN 30"" ELECTRIC RANGE • Continuous Clean- ing Oven • Cook Units • Meal Big 1.14 Oven Capacity • Minute Meal Timer • Variable, Power Control AUTOMATIC WASHER 2-Speeds, 4-Cycles Heavy Duty • 3-Water Levels Control • Full-Time Minder Clock • Lint Filter Oven Window • 299 PRICES ON • ALL OTHER WHIRLPOOL APPLIANCES! PORTABLE DISHWASHER • 3 Cycles With Super Scour for Pots & Pans • Food Filter • On-Door Silver Ware Basket • DELIVERY S-CYCLE ELECTRIC DRYER • Heavy Duty 18. lb. Capacity • 3-Temp Control • Cool Down Care For Permanent Press BEST SERVICE BY OUR OWN GRANTSVILLE, WV GLENVILLE, WV /" i MRS. BARBARA DAVISS Glenville Junior Women's C Education Committee member presenting a check to Mrs. Bauer (right). local VICA and instructor at the Call Gilmer Career Center. Calhoun-Gilmer Career Csl Chapter of the Vocational Indud Clubs of America. .Refreshments were served a the meetin to all those attendi Mrs. Pennison and Ms. Ann! nich. Rock and Roll Jamboree held Residents of the Horn Nu . Home in Wooster, Ohio, held First Rock and Roll Jambor February to raise money for Heart Fund, and Mrs. Loretta ] formerly of Tanner, was queen for the event. Mrs. Fox and the Jamboree another resident of the nud home. were photographed Wooster newspapers. Church ! civic groups participated event, which raised approxi _I $1,2OO for the Wayne County of the Heart Association. or 8 J Mrs. Fox rep ts that she,' made many friends since mo, vi~" Wooster, is able to assist wi~~, care of many other residents nursing home. and enjoys fre~ evenings out with her daughter two granddaughters, all of live nearby. B.AKE SALE PL~ ...a atP~nn The sale will be held f~ a.m. until 2 p.m. COMMU'NITY ACTION The Annual Meeting of the G~ County Community Action As~ tion will be held Monday. Apr~,~ 7 p.m. at the Gilmer County l