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county head of Sprouse campaign Walnut St., named Sprouse for Chairman for Democrat James M. responsibility is campaign on a for the Sprouse for including pre- and Sprouse's Gilmer County. volunteers and cOntact him at The chairman has been a resident of Gilmer County for more than 30 years. He is retired as a 1st Sergeant in the U.S. Army with 35 years' service, including 22 years in the National Guard. He is a World War II and Korean War veteran. Reals currently owns and operates Modern Dry Cleaners at 7 North Court St., Glenville. He is a member of numerous civic and service organizations including the VFW, the American Legion. DAV, Moose and Elks. From 1960 until 1967 he was employed by the State of West Virginia as maintenance engineer for District 7 of the State Road Commission. He and his wife, the former Lenita Caste, are the parents of four children, Mrs. Victoria Glass, a graduate of Glenville State College; Philip, a West Virginia Universtiy law student; Susan, a student at GSC; and Roseann, a 7th grader at Tanner School. April 1, 1976 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder 7 Local Alpha Zeta chapter to attend state convention Alpha Phi members of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International will stream from all areas of West Virginia to the Greenbrier Hotel in White Sulphur Springs for their state convention on April 9-10-11. Members of the local Alpha Zeta Chapter will be there: Ressie Boggs, president-elect; Mary Kennedy. publicity chairman: Edith Singleton, professional affairs chairman; Virginia West, State professional affairs chairman; Elma Jean Woofter, insurance chairman, and hopefully several others. Hattie Garrett nominated for Teacher of the Year in Ohio and Julia Belcher of Procious,.W. Va. She is the wife of Fred R. Garrett, a Glenville State College graduate and son of the late Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Garrett, of Glenville. Mrs. Garrett plans to retire from teaching at the close of the current school year, but The theme for this convention is "We Are Aware," and every program will reflect the awareness of these dynamic and professional West Virginia Key Women Teachers. The special guest for the convention is Ruth I. Hardiman of Denver, Colorado, and Austin, Texas {International Head- quarters}. She has titled her banquet address "Walking Proudly", truly in keeping with the Awareness theme. Her experience in education is extensive. Beginning with kindergar- ten-primary, she moved to coordinator of elementary instruction, elementary principal, to elementary education at the university level. There she shared her gifts and insights with teachers to be. Other evidence of Awareness will come from a native West Virginian; Jane Theiling will speak at the Birthday Luncheon spreading the 'gospel' of consumer awareness in her own special and very convincing way. Helen Murin Kiser, Alpha Phi State president, who visited Alpha Zeta chapter here a few weeks ago, will preside at the business sessions. I III fill Your Home improvements Storm Doors, aluminum or white finish with Safety Glass Storm Windows, aluminum or white finish. Awnings, eight Qolors, any size FREE ESTIMATES MADE AT i where Fred is employed as Manager of Industrial Engineering by Structural I -- Fibers, Inc. ,= • • I ' InB Olivet Bonnett U.& Word was received here Wednes- MAIL m day evening, March 24, of the sudden 3206 AUG'73M.P. 55  i illness and death of Oliver Bennett. 13 ,   month old son of SS. G. Gary F. and Erika Rongen Bonett, of Buron, West Of A Mailbox As _ Hattie B. Garrett Germany. IhE or load Bral Ich = Mrs Hattie B. Garrett, a former Oliver was born Feb. 8, 1975. Glenville State College student, has In addition to his parents, he is gs, checking, loan pay- B been nominated for "Teacher of the survived y one brother Daniel and his Year Award" in Ohio. She is employed grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lasa:tions can be made as second grade teacher at Hayes Rongen, of Grotenrath, West Germany mails. Remember our Elementary School in Lakewood, Ohio. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bonnett of ository for after bank- Mrs. Garrett is a graduate of West Baldwin. Funeral arrangements were Virginia Wesleyan College, and made for Saturday morning, March 27. , Convenient. received a Master s Degree from West in Grotenrath, with burial there. ill-Paying Loans * Virginia University. She completed Also the Frank Bennett family twelve years of teaching in Webster wishes to express their sincere thanks • rclers • Christmas Clubs • County, West Virginia, where she was to the neighbors and friends for their Accounts • Certificates • very active in 4-H work, and served as words, cards and telephone calls of Ihborhood Branch Country and Western Music ng Bird & Red April 3 at President of the Webster County sympathy at this time. They were Teacher's Association. She is a life deeply aplreciated. member of Alpha Chapter of 4-H All Stars. During her eighteen year tenure in the Lakewood, Ohio school system, Mrs. Garrett has contributed her leadership to various teacher's professional organizations, and served as building representative for the Lakewood Teacher's Association, both at Taft and Hayes Elementary school, two daughters Velma Crites and Jean She holds a lifetime membership in e,., Turner, A0, p grandchildren, two ROCKY TOP INN 119 S, Normuntown Hgl Starting 8 p.m. til ?? National Education Association. Mrs. Garrett is the former Hattie M. Belcher, daughter of the late Jose )h I II, • • • e long as you rem her / re are strings attached ฎ u dry {ri, wood tP er ih ... your kite not metal. fly your ki{e on days i he rain. aVOid buy teel and while (Iyirj your ki{. fly kffe away from TV and olecffic or power Ilne. k away from fallen wir. Call your por company kH gc:4 snagged ih a li, Do hot pull he climb I:,vor Poles. Power of tile Allegheny Power System YOUR HOME will continue to live in Lakewood -II Home lmprovementCorp.- | Write Burnsville | ARLIE AYERS Glenville Residents Call m • or 462-8186 II KENNETH WHIPKEY " Grantsville, VVV Are You Ready To Bin/ Property? ,, #105 Over 180 acres with 7 room modern house, meadow, woods and stream. Let's make a deal at $37,000. (, #115 100 acres secluded, [  [ free gas, ideal hunting camp [.5-x\\;[ of summer retreat. Good , terms $12,000. T..,andser:,., #122 43 acres woods, good GEUHGE W AUHIAIN .... " ... access many possibilities, LXClUSlVe lxepresentauve easy tm.m •  ........... $5,500. Box 25 Troy, WV 26443 Phone 873-1736 REAL ESTATE :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ............ ............. Troy S. Sullivan Troy S. Sullivan, 78 years old, of Clarksburg, W. Va. departed this life March 18, 1976. He was born October 14, 1898, was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan of Gilmer County, W. Va. He was married to Ira Smith who passed away in !964. He is survived by brothers, Ray Sullivan and Ola Sullivan of Perkins and one sister. Funeral services were March 22 at the Davis Funeral Home with the Rev. James M. Fogg officiating. He was a member of a Baptist church in Clarksburg. Interment was in the Stonewall Park Cemetery. Funeral arrangement by Davis Funeral Home. Adaline snider Mrs. Adaline Snider, 51, of Lockney died Saturday evening, March 20, in Calh, oun General hospital. She was born in Calhoun county, a daughter of Otha Suttle of Lockney and the late Goldie Campbell Suttle. One son preceded her in death. Surviving are her husband, Herman Snider; one daughter. Mrs. Caroline Strauss of Belpre; two sons, Larry of Stumptown and Leon of Lockney; four sisters, Mrs. Idell Stump, Mrs, Ona Paxton and Mrs. Aretta Schoolcraft, all of Stumptown, and Mrs. Audrey Waiters of Guttenberg, Iowa; seven brothers, Leroy and Charles Suttle of Petroleum, Virgil of Cleveland, Seymour of Neward, Ben and Shearl of Parkersburg, and George of Guttenberg, Iowa, and seven grandchildren. Funeral" services were Tuesday, March 23, at the Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church at Stumptown with the Ray. Sherman Snider officiating, and burial was in the Collins communitycemetery at Stumptown. ••••O•000•o00000ootooooee • " Deduct Up To • • • " $1,500 A Year ". ,O t • • " From Federal -" • Gross Income • If you are working but not • • covered by a pension plan • • you may be able to use up • • to $1,500 a year to set up • • your own retirement fund • • on a tax deductible basis. • • Call or write. • • HUNTER B. BEALL, |R. • • 813 Gran(l (:entral Avenue • • Vienna. 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