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il )i I 8 The Glea4Jle Democrat/Pathfinder Mrs. Madge Whiting Chapman Mrs. Madge Whiting Chapman, gl, died on April 1. 1976, at the North Palm Beach Hospital in Florida. She was a native of Glenville, West Virginia and a member of the Presbyterian Church. She was preceded in death by her husband. Art C. Chapman. She is survived by her daughter Martha Chapman of Lake North, Florida. Memorial services will be held at a later date in Glenville. IIII II ......... FOGLESOIIG & |ER|Y TAX $1VLC! MAIN STREET GRANTSVILLE, WV OPEN FRI 1-7 SAT 9-4 In Glenville call Ken Foglesong at 402-9047 weekdays after 6 or anytime Saturday or Sunday. If no answer, call again. April 8, 1976 Darius O. Mowery Darius D. Mowery, 60 of 1948 West Belmont. Chicago. Ill.. formerly of Gilmer County. died Monday. March 29. in a Chicago Hospital following an extended illness. Mr. Mowery was a son of the late Algusta and Christians Jenkins Mowery. For the past 10 years he had resided with a niece, Betty Thompson, in Chicago. He was a veteran of World War II. Surviving are his widow, Mary Mewery: two sons Dallas of Fort Leonard Wood. Me. and William I. of Fairborne. O: three brothers. Shirley of Morgantown. Carl of Normantown. and George of Litchfield, O.; and three grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted Friday. 2 p.m. at the Mt. Carmel Church near Normantown with the ReD. Darrell Hashman officiating interment was in the church cemetery. Robert R. Kulp Robert Ross Kulp. 52. of Glenville. died at 3 p.m. Saturday, April 4, in the VA Hospital at Clarksburg following an extended illness. He was born in Ithaca. N.Y., Sept. 13, 1923, a son of the late Claude L. and Mable Hess Kulp. He was married to Jeannette Warner in 1949. and she survives. Also surviving are one son. Robert Kulp Jr.. at home; one daughter. Dana Kulp, Glenville: one brother, Arthur Kulp. Ithaca; one granddaughter. Mr. Kulp was a graduate of Corneli University School of Hotel Administration. He was an adminis- trator of Glenville State College from 1967 to 1971. An Army veteran of World War II. he attended the Trinity United Methodist Church at Glenville. Homer P. Bush Homer Paque Bush. 86. of Baldwin. died Saturday morning: April 4. at his residence following an extended illness. He was born in Gilmer County, Oct. 28. 1880. a son of the late Freeman M, and Hilah Stewart Bush. He was first married to Sarah Palestine. who preceded him in death in 1934. On Aug. 26. 1944 he married Thelma O'Dell. who survives. Also surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Freddie O. Beeson. and Mrs. Nellie D. Patterson. both of Linn; one son, Herbert P. Bush, Pittsburgh, Pa.: four sisters. Mrs. Mary L. Furr and Lelah S. Bush, both of Cox's Mill. Mrs. Alta G. Lorentz. Belpre. Ohio. and Ethel A. Bush. Clarksburg; four grandchildren, nine great-grandchild- ren. He was preceded in death by one son. three brothers and two sisters. Mr. Bush was a former employee of the Weston State Hospital and a painter. He was a member of the Union Baptist Church on Sinking Creek. Lawrence Bee King Lawrence Bee King. 54, ot San(t Fork. died at 1 a.m. Sunday. April 4. i, the VA Hospital at Clarksburg following an extended illness. He was born April 27. 1921. in Calhoun County. a son of the late Billy King and Mrs. Dottie Nicholas King Cottrill, who survives at Glenville. Also surviving are his wife. Mrs. Doris Helmick King: four sons. Howard King, Cleveland. Ohio, Ricky King, Johnny and Steven King. all at home: three daughters, Mrs. Jane Freed. Kaylor. Pa.. Mrs. Karen Helmick. Cleveland, and Brenda King. at home: one brother. Coy King. Glenville; nine half brothers, Homer and Dwight King, Yellow Creek. Odell and Ruffner Cottrill. Rosedale, Charley Cottrill. Shock. Keslie Cottrill, Tideout. Pa.. Albert Cottrill. Summersville. Arch Cottrill. Windham. Ohio, Haymond and Fred Cottrill, both of Glenville; one sister. Mrs. Roxie Hamric. Gassaway: six half sisters. Mrs. Delphia Nichols. Looneyville, Mrs. Janie Rogers. Rosedale, Mrs. Belle McCumbers. Orma. Mrs. Rachel Helmick. Sand Fork. Mrs. Delma Curry, Langsdale, Ale.. and Mrs. Hazel Ratcliff, Buckhannon: five grandchildren. He was preceded in death by five half-brothers and one half-sister. Mr. King was a former timber worker, and army veteran of World War It and attended the Baptist Church. The classified ad section brings the marketplace for new and used items, sales and ser- vices into your home. APRIL 14 / HOLBR STARRING AS SANDBUR LINCOL WED APRE 14 PART1 LAST mll|lll|mliim|lllllq -##//##,/-// Irma L. West PUBLIC AUCTION i Miss Irma L. West. age 87, of 112 i L i '1 NBC 10:00 PM, 3, 7, b v ,. -- .... ', Park St.. Clenville. died Friday, April 2. A DAVID PER ("F[---r 9 p.m. in the Downtown Division U. H. Center, Clarksburg following a SATURDAY APRIL 10, 1976 b b "iib'fib 1 q brief illness. 10 AM AT TROY FABRIC SHOP, TROY, WV i i  : Born in Gilmer County September I  ANTIQUES I : 10, 1888. she was daughter a daughter of the late John W. and Elizabeth Woofter West. _m Red Velvet love seat, ladies desk [Queen Ann], 2 | ' DEEDSRECOIDEV She was a former school teacher M secretariats, wicker coach, chairs, table, wall telephone, | Jack and Mae Burns. Dora Burns and served as Librarian at both j c:ks, candlestick, table, dishes, collector's items, old i Fisher and Byron and Ruth Moyers to Glenville State Normal and Alderson- ; chairs, iron bed [fancy], cylinder record player, i Richard Burns. Broaddus Colleges. She also was a Lawrence and Doris King, former employee at Kanawha Union Grantors, to Mary Lee Massey, Bank. Surviving is one brother, Lyel T. _m Rockwell Radial .Arm Saw like new. S '/ ! Side by side reti'ngerator, Admiral, recliners, Imps, I Grantee | concrete lawn ornaments, Bulltalka motorcycle, 8 track | Michael A. and Debra Jenkins and WeStnephews.Of Glenville.Burial wasSeVeralin MeadowneiceSLaneand | quad steroo, 4 speakers, buffet, riding lawn mower, electric | James Ross Kennedy, Grantors. to Cemetery on Monday. April 5, Rev. J. E. Larry L. and Joyce P. Fisher Grantees. Slater officiating. j typewriters, adding machines,, new and used towels, i Edna K. Bailey. Grantor, to Jerry bedspreads, clothes, mens, ladies and chlldreus, rugs. _B L. Newsome, Grantee. | This is a lot of real good merchandise II I.L. and Betty Sue Morris, | Terms: Cash, Check with identification I Grantrs' t said I'L" and Betty Sue  | Auctioneer- Don Porter | Morris and survivors, Grantees. Victor and Della Goodrich,  II Sandwiches and Coffee Available a Grantors. to Dallas Goodrich. Grantee. CO-SPONSORED BY Rexell F. and Gay Spaur, Grantors, to David L. and Connie Z. by AudryConrad AMERICA'S BAN] | aaaiuma u#s sP.m A DDi UfkO "| Rastle. Grantees- : Visiting Goldie Siebert Saturday. | OI"IIMIMINtL1 Wl'lllZL rPonl1, onvr !i .... Melvin Hinkle, Grantor, tomes were her brother and sister-in-law, KANAWHA UNION BANK I ': ':! !'hqand*'Mna;L" James and surfers. Mervin and Elenor Crawford. of  i ", ,= Vlenville WV | v -,,- _ ..... '. Il | Grantees. Bridgeport. also Mrs. Siebert's son and Lmn, a miles . m 1;viii I Halite Harris, George S. Harris daughter-in-law Jim L. and Meimi I I I Ig IIlBmmlimmll l t,r't't Alum Bridge (V,'v/, II and Ocie Shipman, Grantors, to Smith of Buckhannon. ._,,=. a,..../J . I Dorothy Marie Bell Collins, Grantee. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Conrad li :-,,.-,, ,vt,. -J.'.qk"-" II Martha Roe, Grantee, to Trio visited John and Wilsie Fisher and i EASTER AND SPRING SI "E'rllru 7-17 April  Petroleum Corporation, a West Garsia and Darl Jeffries, of Weston. i ON PERMANEN1 rt O[mlitv (fl k'"IQ'll'l Virginia corporation. Grantee. last week.  ......... ' ,,1' 't i Richard A. and Carol Gladden, Waldtraut Jedamski visited her i Monday- April 5th thru Sa II Imm'_r'_u''__ _  Grantors, to Trio Petroleum Corpora- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Helmut ,yd, tion, a West Virginia corporation, Jedamski, for three weeks. She is I Call for Informatiq Crepe Solids 227 Grantee.. ..... attending college in California and " treater uil ompany zo rercy plans to be a doctor. The Jedamskies I II Assorted 1 Lot 1.1 Tomb[in. moved to W. Va. from Maryland Last Assorted I Lot 1.55 Albert and Erma Gregory. fall and are now operating a dak'y I Ladies Choice ' Modern I I Grantors. to Charley and Carolyn near Sand Fork where they now live. I I Editl ..... Gregory. Grantees. Irmgart ]edamski will celebrate = Bea, rry.y Salon = Jersey 98 Norval and Grace Lynch. Gran- her 17tb birthday April 7th. 9 Dons Adams | Rose Broadcloth ",., tors, to Charles R. Lynch, Grantee. Mr. Delford Rodgers of Indian , . Fred and Oleva Furr. Grantors. to Fork visited bis nephew, Bailey Buffer ! Telephone I Barb Denims ,, 60 Finished 2 25 Ray and Ztta Campbell. Grantees. of Flatwoods last week. I Troy- 462-8200 | G 44 45 Regular 1"8"/ Gail E. and Thelma Gragg, Loyd H. Cole Valley Homemakers club met 44" 45" Sr''"4 ,'__ and Joy E. Gragg, Grantors, to ]acob-A. at the home of Georgie Carr March 31  I Telepl uo,.. /,LO and Jessie Minnich and survivors, and April 1 and 7th for a work meet on ' light- wesh  wear 1.47 Grantees. Easter eggs. Present were G. Carr, llill Ill Illl III W.h C,oths Kllt MARIAGI. UCENSES Esther Reed, Rose Montgomery, Zelda FII/IM WomensSlackssize8 44 -':':" Thomas Mark Knoits, 22. Stump- Jones, Glenda Jones and Charlene - 4. town, to Beverly Joan Yemen, 22, Snyder. Quilted Material Glenville. Mr. and Mrs. Hey Robinson of New Shipment 1 55d4r Ronald Hurley McCracken, 22, Sutton visited Mr. and Mrs. Clark Carr -- , , , ,,,' 7"- Charleston.22. Sand Fork.t Joyce Darlene Marshall, Sunday. o.uAV"RDAY, APRIL 10, 1976 SALE WILLS Bobby G. Luzader appointed administrator of the estate of Renzie M. Luzader. deceased. Betty Conrad Rollins appointed executrix of the estate of Opal McCullough, deceased. VOTE FOR [Xq DON PORTER DEMOCRAT MAGISTRATE GILMER COUNTY Your Support and Influence Appreciated .::i:,i:::::::: :: : ::g: RAY SMITH FARM near Jane LOCATED OFF 1-79. ONE MILE UP JESSE'S RUN FOLLOW AUCTION SIGNS lim/oek 9 CHAROLAIS cross stock tows and heifers 6 YR. OLD HOLSTEIN milk cow S YR. OLD SPOTTED HORSE broke to work 4 YR. OLD SPOTTED HORSE broke to ride NEW HOLLAND HAY BALER PTO MODEL 273 - ODEL t? CATERPILLAR ROAD GRAD  HARVESTER MODEL 7t7 6 TON BADGER FORAGE BOX - FERGUSON 3 POINT HITCH 2 SHAFFER HYDRAULIC POST DRIVER - NEW HOLLAND HAY CONDITIONER l0 FT. FORD D1.=(- " (DRAG TYPE WITH HYDRAULIC PICK UP WHEELS - GROVE HAY  NEW HOLLAND MANURE SPREADER PTO (110 BUSHELt BALE LOADER (KNEIB} HULBERT WELDER (2S 4P) - BROYHILL ]00 GALLON SPRAYER FOR TRACTOR - 2 BRIGGS AHD STRATTON ENGINE - 1969 FORD F30 V$ ENGINE 1 TON TRUCK WITN I JOHN DEERE FORAGE NARVEsTER IODEL ]4 - CORN SHELLER - CORN ELEVATOR )9 FORD F600 TRUCK (AS IS} - 2 HOG FEEDERS ( 1.000 & ]00 LBS) - CAL F CREEP F NETAL FEEDERS - BELT PULLEY FOR 3000 FORD TRACTOR aA$SEY HORSE TRAILER F00em Tool00 & Mi00e. PROTO TOOLS COMPLETE SET OF HEAVY DUTY CKETS FRO 7 8 10 2 3 8 OPEN AND BOX END WRENCHES FROM 2 iNCHES DOWN (PRaTe) - C.IRtNDER HEAVY DUTY HYDRAULIC JACK - ENGINE REPAIR HONE ND REAER TtING LIGHT - 2 ROLLS OF OVEN WIRE - PITCHER PUP PROPANE HEATER - ) 2 INCH CHAINS S GALLON STEEL DRUS - PONY SULKE SPRING TOOTH ~ HARNESS - BRIDLE SINGLE SHOVEL PLOW - LAWNOWER - 14 BALES OF BAL UNICO ELECTRIC FENCER 3 ALLON GARDEN SPRAY - 24 INCH EXNAUST CEILI 2 ROLLS OF HOU'E WIRING 1 SACK OF LOCUST SEED LEAF S,FEPER HORSE DRAWN CULTIVATOR JIG SAW VARIOUS SIZES FIRE EXTINGUISHERS FORKS - N S A STRETCHER ,COPLETEi goosemid VULCAN COOk SIOV[ (ABIN T ROASTER SINk CABIN'I IHERO FA\\; 3/ - GE DAND' FLFI tRl( CHURN FILIN(, (ABIN ](' NOT REP(INMBL F FOR At( I[EN1 , TERNS C A't, OWNERS RA' AN[" tt ] l' MIIt4 REkSN h)R SAt F q [' F'AR1 t)F F AR AND HA , LII] NASINL, kL)F"N REFRESIt NI , wtl I tt ",RVt'E  t ='1 )HE ( A[1EN ROt kEI , .t t! (L l+t , AUCTION| h' '* AkR| ] 1 PHONE ." : "C Henry Block has a special reason why you should come to us for income tax help. If you received the Short Form for filing your taxes our preparers are specially trained to determine if it's best for you. If it is, we'll complete it at a Very low pnce...and our charge always includes your resident state return. I H&R BLOCK I I II I THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE 212 Main St. - Glenville Hours 9-5 Phone 4-7784 Born 11-11-27 Glenville High School Attended Glenville State College Major Business Ad- ministration. Ruppert School of Auctioneer- ing. Foreman Penn. Metal Co., Parkersburg, W. Va. General Foreman FMC Corp., South Charleston, W. Va. Plant Supt. Atlas Car and Mfg. Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Plant Marager, Midwest Wire Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Political Advertisement Paid for by Don Porter I