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April 15, 1976 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder 7 M....w, Baptist Women to host spring rally Mary M. West, 67, of 625 Court Association are invited to attend and Ave., died at 4 p.m. Tuesday, March brin a friend. 30, at West Virginia Univeraity Sand Fork Baptist Women will l,unch will be served at noon by Hospital in Morgantown, following a host the Spring Rally of Little Kanawha host Church with afternoon session EDUCATION PAYOFF DROPS , Funeral services were held at 2 four-month illness. Association of the American Baptist opening with Devotions by Mrs. Harold Traditionally, higher education ,; 92, of p.m., Friday, March 26, at the She was a member of the St. Women at the Sand Fork Baptist (Velma) Huffman, Enon Baptist has been worth cash on the at the West Spurgeon Mortuary in Glenville, with Matthew United Methodist Church of Church on Thursday, April 22, 1976 at Church. Business session with election barrelhead, interms of higher incomes Hospital in the Rev. Gone Eaton and the Rev. Weston; Weston Chapter 40, Order of Sand Fork. of officers conducted by Mrs. Glen enjoyed by college graduates. Recent March 23. Everett Mills officiating. Burial was in Eastern Star: was listed in the 1974 Registration will be at 9:30 with t','-lma) McEndree, President. Special studies show this is still true, but to a ty, son the Stalnaker Cemetery. edition of Personalities of the South: Program beginning at 10:00 a.m. musk hv Mrs. Linda Adkins, Sand Fork much lesser degree than formerly. Helen Rakes president of the Lewis County Devotional by Mrs. Claudia Baptist. Many more young people go to college member of the Historical Society and a member of the Greynolds of Sand Fork Baptist. Installaqn of officers by Roy. now, but the number of higher-paying in Baldwin, Mrs. Cora B. Wilfong West Virginia Historical Society. She Special music by soloist from Glenville James Kipp, are, minister, jobs hasn't kept pace. retired farmer Corm Belle Wilfong, 101, of Rt. 1, also held memberships in the Theresa State College. t of Glenville, died Wednesday morning, Snaith Auxiliary, Stonewall Jackson Guest speaker will be Dr. and years of April 7, at St. Joseph's Hospital, Memorial Hospital: the Weston Mrs. Asa B. Harris, Handley, W. Va., Parkersburg, following a month-long Federated Clubs; the Stonewall originally fromGrantsviUe. Theyhave PUBLIC AUCTION sons, the illness. Jackson Arts and Crafts Jubilee; and just returned from a "Teaching and Victor She was born in Gilmer County, the United Methodist Women at St. Preaching Tour" in Nicaragua. Slides and Noble daughter of the late Lee and Martha Matthew. will be presented also. 10:00 A.M. three Alltop Wilmouth. She was married to Mrs. West was Lewis County SATURDAY MAY 1, 1976 at home, Oliver Lee Wilfong, who died in 1957. chairman of the American Society 522 KANAWHA ST. GLENVILLE Windsor, She was a member of the Duck Run Memorial Program, a member of the ( Oak Library Table, Oak Kitchen Cabinet with Flour Bin, Oak Stud, Glenville; Methodist Church. Trans-AUegheny Chapter, Daughters QLfiltin$ Frame, Picture Frames, Stone Jars, Depression Glass, Roddng 8reaL-grand- Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. of the American Revolution: and  Chair, Oil Lamp, Old Mirrors, Oak Wash Stand, Oak Dresser, Iron Skillets, Gay Bush and Mrs. Etta Wyatt, both of member and past president of the Berry Sets, Iron Muffin Pan, Chest-of-Drawers, Dressers, lied Room Suite, Glenville, eight grandchildren, 20 Stonewall Jackson Extension Home- Tall Pine Cabinet, Vanity, Bookshelves, End Tables, Dinette & 6 Chairs, Old by his great-grandchildren and 13 great- makers Club of Weston. She had been by The News Bird Glass, Canners, Metal Utility Cabinets, Electric Coffee Pot, Electric Mixer, atrick; great-grandchildren. Two sons, four employed for many years at Arter's Steve Pettit, son of Mr. and Mrs. Electric Skillet, Good Electric Refrigerator, 7-inch Electric Skil-Saw, Cant brothers and five sisters preceded her Newsstand, the former McKinney Bradley Pettit of Canton, Ohio, and Hook, Hall Tree, Gas Heating Stove, Porch Swing, Clock Radio, Oak Office in death, newsstand in Weston. grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Chair, Pressure Cooker, GE Portable TV, Large Lot of Small Old Funeral services were at 10 a.m., She was born in Lewis County, Radcliff of Conings and Mrs. Clovis Knick-Knacks. Many, Many More Items Too Numerous to Mention. Saturday at the Spurgeon Mortuary in Dec. 310 1908, a daughter of the late Pettit of Newberne was awarded a full Glenville, with the Roy. Glenn John W. and Anna Flaherty Warner. four year football scholarship to Rice Household of Late Alvin and Halite Rood Kirkpatrick officiating. Burial was in On Oct. 7, 1944, she was married to Dr. University in Huston, Texas. the Wilfong Cemetery. Ralph McWhorter, who preceded her Recent guests of Mrs. Bess Reed Auctioneer: DON PORTER in death Dec. 3. 1948. On Nov. 18, 1955, were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Loosen and Terms: CASH OR CHECK WITH IDENTIFICATION she was married to Clive West, who daughter from Parkersburg. Mr. and REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE survives. Mrs. Virgil Reed, from Ohio, Mr. and NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS AT VALLEY INN CLUB Also surviving are one brother. Mrs. JolmnyMathenyo, Troy, Mr. and Glen Warner, Seneca Falls, N.Y.; one Mrs. Theron Roe and Josephine Adams 'tTH OOHT S|HS s" sister, Mrs. Beulah Fisher, Weston, of Troy and Mrs. Zelma Radcliff from and several nieces and nephews. West Union. She was preceded in death by one Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hinter have sister and one brother, moved a trailer into our community and plan to make eir home here. GLENVILLE Carrie Carolina Samples Mrs. Edna Smith has returned Carrie Carolina Samples, daugh- home after having spent the winter in tar f Mack K" and Thelma Wilsn Greenwd' Indiana with her daugh" SU PERE"r'rE Samples of Linn Rt., was stillborn tar, Joan and family. Monday, April 5, 1976 at the Stonewall Mr. and Mrs. Lanta Radcliff Jackson Memorial Hospital in Weston. celebrated their 24th wedding Surviving, in addition to her anniversary Sunday. Their children EASTER SPECIAL .... parent, is a brother, Grayson were present, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lawrence and a sister, Tracy Lee, both Radcliff from Weston and Mrs. and at home; Paternal Grandparents, Mr. Mrs. Roger Jones from GlanCe. HAMS & TURKEYS G lenville Phone 462-7355 and Mrs. Lawrence Samples of Carton, Mrs. James Matthew talked to her ONLY WHAT WE SELL W. Va.; Maternal Grandparents, Mr. brother, WiUard Flasher in California and Mrs. NormanE. Wilson of Cowen, by phonelastweek. WiUardplansa CHOCOLATE MILK 1 GAL $1 49 W. Va.; Maternal Great-Grandmother: trip to visit this fall in West Virginia. Mrs. Mac Hart, of Clem, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Crouch ..... Graveside services were held were in Wheeling overtheweekend. & SERVE DIHHER ROLLS 3/$11 KSTORE Wednesday, April 7, at the Meadow Mr. andMrs. KeithGorden spent HOURS 10 10 " : E BOO Lane Cemetery with Rev. A. T. BiUips the weekend with the Stacy Radcliffs. A gospel sing is being planned at " officiating. Spurgeon Mortuary, Glen- the Mt. Earnest Church for the first Glenville ville, was in charge of arrangements. Saturday night inMay. OPEN EASTER SUNDAY + Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Orth of .... Homer Paque Bush Reading, Pennsylvania visited Mr. and HOW OPEH Homer Paque Bush, age 66 of Mrs. Frank Flaherty. Baldwin, born in Gilmer County Oct. II HDea II I I [11 - _ IIIII  , ,: ,.    ..... .... 1889. a sono4JreemlaJNL  ..... '+M    "1'   '   *:# ...... ,STATIONERY, and Hilah Stewart Bu'sh, died at his ] Wa I !i residence Saturday April 3, 1976 mHunt, mc. l following an extended illness. On "2 "" "'it':' " i REALTORS ; LIFTS & PAPERS marriage to Sarah Palestine Smith who i 46a.8373' " p;;4?ded him in death on August 7, il, U 2 i[iil + Located directly across v,, this marriage are two [ [ daughters and one son: Mrs. FreddieO 512 Elk Street - Gmmaway Beoson and Mrs. Nellie D. Patterson, both of Linn and Herbert P. Bush of from the Post Office Pittsburgh,on AugustPa" 26. 19,, h, w,, [ Office 364=8365 Or 364-5547 I married, to Thelma aDen who Evenings Call: I He leaves four sisters: Mrs. Mary I A. B. Stewart 364-2431 William Hunt 765-2401 Wendell Hay 765-5164 6 three brothers and two sister. ! [ ID mmmmm  L. Furr, Miss Lelah S. Bush, both of i i Cox's Mills, Mrs. Alta G. Lorentz of Belpre, Ohio and Miss Ethel A. Bush of Clarksburg. There are four grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. One son, N I]tU R,E preceded him in death, i i Im OI 1 I  ', Mr. Bush was a former employee of the Weston State Hospital and was a self-employed painter. He hdd  01 I  membership in the Unin Baptist  I i Tuesday April O, 1976 at the Spurgeon BI  eu m un ,r n.nun Mortuary in Glenvflle with the Rev. Harry Miller, officiating, intement I !NV ILLE w+ made in the Union Church I / D m Im YOU lImll / "0"-000"'""'""'"'"'" i BURNSVILLE.3 apartments plus living quarters. Good Income producer. Nice neat and .._,.. "+ i i i lea"; npavedradneartwn'Relax andmake mney''lg'500" I | , [ Deduct UpTo  I I !jl,   ,++.+._-r-+++ $1,500 A Year !" I GILMER STATION. 195 A. wRh house. Hunte ' delight, $149/acre. I [I!. . i* i+ Gross Income From Federal  _ll ''7,''11.A'DUSKCAMP Free gas reported. Wild secluded land with possibilities for farming, i . | | l If you are working but not  | NIC T 6 acres and year old modular home, free gas, apple trees and nice stream. covered by a pension plan : =. t22,500. Possible FHA financing with very liberal terms. you may be able to use up o" to $1,500 a year to set up ; i : your own retirement fund I ; on a tax deductible basis. ! GEM AREA Near interstate, 40 acres with road frontage on State Rt. 5. A super buy at ,+ : Callorwrite -l,,,,,0o. l00++i HUNTER B. BEALL, IR.  ..... 813 Grand Central Avenue , . I WATER HOLE #I CLUB Near Interstate In Duck, W. Va , nice Rt 4 location and money Vmnna, W.Va. 26105 I ' Office: (304} 295-4561 maker for .... " "  Residence (304) 295-5353  i i ! Plus A Whole Lot More... . .. [ " :" I or By For Free'.--- 8O O' . e Metropolitan Life, New York, N.Y. e e oooeooo, oeooooooooooooooeooo hIimIIIIIII IIIIIII I I IIIIIIIIII -- I I II IIIIII I 11 II I I I II + Q. 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