Newspaper Archive of
The Glenville Democrat
Glenville, West Virginia
April 28, 1977     The Glenville Democrat
PAGE 8     (8 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 8     (8 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
April 28, 1977

Newspaper Archive of The Glenville Democrat produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

$ The Glenvme Democrat/ Pathfinder April 28, 1977 Li:NVILLE I I SUPPLY CO. ii Tanner News I Mrs. Loretta Fox is a new great Mrs. Dolores Byrd had an grandmother: her granddaughter and automobile accident on Route 47 near husband, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hasfeld of the C.M. Bailey Feed store Friday Visiting was her and her friend Mrs. 12 Bigs Falls Ave, Akron, Ohio, are the night. A black steer aparently came Brighton. Md. is parents of a son, born April 14 at an through a weak spot in the fence, and James Conrad. • Akron Hospital. He has been named wandered onto the road. Since it was We are gladtOi Brett William. dark, Mrs. Byrd didn t see the steer is getting alon Mr. Jennings Haney, brother of until she had hit it. Darlene Byrd and hospitalized in Ps: Louella Williams, passed away last Mrs. Audrrey Law were passengers in week. Mr. Haney is a former resident Mrs. Byrd s car, but were unhurt. The of Gilmer County. He had made his steer didn t fare so well; it suffered a  home in Parkersburg for a number of broken leg. The animal belongs to C.M. years. He was a former Parkersburg Bailey. policeman. Mr. Granville Bush, of Kansas was Ol'itl Mrs. Dolores Byrd is suffering in Gilmer County searching for his from the flu. a virus or something, but family history, a few days ago. I ran a  isn t a bit well. Hope she will be better small notice in my news column hoping  soon. to help him. Since then I have received  H RickiePettit, sonofMr, andMrs, letters from Mr. J.R. Bush of Weston i, Jack Pettit, lost control of his bicycle, and Mr. H.C. Cooper of Athens, Denver J. Rii while riding with the Jim Byrd children Georgia with information about the St., Hollywood, FI on the Byrd farm. He broke his jaw in Bush s. his home, Thured the accident. He was taken to the We would like to congratulate Mr. Riffle ws$ Calhoun County General Hospital, Joann Freshour, we feel pretty proud Braxton County, t where his jaw was set. He remained in having a champion in our midst. You W.I. and Febbis the hospital for a couple of days, but deserve a lot of credit, Joaim. 1 Mr.. Riffle ce has now returned to school, g28 and was in [ Mrs. "Dottle" Gainer and her daughter, Mrs. Fern Stutler had Mrs. -/-i - .  ........... IIIII : : III1' before moving to Gainer's son and wife Mr. and Mrs.  _,__ -l__a_- He was a ml Baptist Church of Earl H. Gainer of Newport News, Va. iq]€,r ,[ [r, Glenville Masonic l as house guests over the Easter Newl Mason and Glen viII ! weekend. The following were dinner i ' • He is survived guests of Mrs. Gainer and Mrs. Stuffer - Rowell Riffle, two l Easter Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Hubert of Gassaway and Gainer of Grantsville, Holly Gainer of By Hazel Flint Charleston and t Charleston. Mr. and Mrs. Bertis Byrd Clara Perkins and era Frame ,nephews. and Connie of Tanner, Mr. and Mrs. have recently come home from the Services were] Pat Cunningham of Parkersburg, Mrs. hospital. We wish them both a speedy Fred Hunter F Opal Wilson of Newberne road, Dean recovery. . Merick. First Bap t Shing'leton of Northfield, Ohio, Mrs. Dave Heater is in the hospital. We ins. Interment w ] SHAELREE ENTSjuSs00,00 Y SAL00t Edith Stutler and three daughters hope hecomeshomesoonbecausewe Memorial GardenS. Donna, Debhie and Virginia of miss him in church. Ravenna, Ohio, and Mrs. Virginia Rex and Dora Wiant visited her Mathers of Horner, W.Wa. sister Hazel Flint Tuesday. Bob , Lowther and Mr. Shackleford from Ottie Ottie Goodrich I ulA i ii il i Cox's Mills visited Mrs. Flint on died Tuesday, Apt1 [ llrll  lll [ Wednesday. I I Helen Collins has been on the sick Jackson Hospital in He was born in I to ] list for some time, but she's starting to son of the late I) i ! tRgffe/r sp i!,d i rnl  , .... ,recover. i I MOR I Mr. and Mrs. Don Riffle and McCumhers Goodl I "="-''-" I children visited Junior Collins in timberman. I I mm l [smm I 1 1 Barberton. Ohio over the weekend. Survivors inC [r  1  I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hall visited Dorothy M. Goodric [ r  lll"ll   I Hazel Flint last Sunday.  " of Randridge. Dale Warier of Nor  I I ... J "  il House for rent? Land for S' daughters. Mrs. J 110_5W891o12146_1l ove East_ .W.l.. oa_Demoerit- Etta Davis. bothOi [ pA 1088  2SAC88 IUEIM - I ...... ' l"al--moer Wll|t'/ML LW elt--- Mrs. Betty Lamp ,l E 1680" RADIO" 6801 fast-act/on! Call 4.-1 to place brothers, Ross, Bar! ............. , your ad laow. . Normantown, Ray ,-...., ., ............ • ..... • ..... ..-..-..-....... oCelifomta; h#' : : Bailey. Arnold I - : Automob.leand : Workman of Barb000000l " i , ren and one $re He was precv Homeowners ,, brother and tWO • • • . Funeral servi i Pol,ctes from a i Thursday. April ,1 Home in Grantsville' • ,i "",! , , " %____ •  " Mound Cemetery st ! Metropol,tan i • • mpany • " • : D=vkl II= ; YES • David Hu,h " " Columbia, Va. died . • i April 8. He was hot i • ! ! Maybe you didn't know that aMetropolitancom- i He issurviVet , i party offers both automobile and homeowners in- i Edmond M. Bo$$$ : surance. : Maywood Bogle. • , sisters. Mary All ." Welt, we do--and you owe it to yourself to look : Olive Louise ot : into it, Because you can get from Metropolitan ! nephews and foe i Property and Liability Insurance Company the ; served as Senate : same kind of excellent service Metropolitan Life ; at Arms for ye • • . • General Assemb] • pohcyholders have enjoyed for over a century. • • farmer. He was a i The advantages are numerous. So why not give : Lodge No. 328 A] me a call and make sure you're not missing ways  Patron of Fork l : to get more for your insurance dollar. ! llt. a member • . Church. i Do it today. : . Funeral ser • - " Woody Funeral H : HUNTER B. BEALL, JR. : • 813 Grand Centra Avenue : He was burls • • Memoriam Park. • Vienna, W.Va. 26105 . : Office: (304) 295-4561 • i Residence (304)295-5353 i . • |,U 1 0 Metropolitan "" i " i Columbia, Vs. d i Property and Liabilitylnsurance Company ! April8"He wa'iHe is suzvi' • Warwick, Rhode Island " Edmond M. Eo : : Maywoud Bo$J i A Metropolitan Company  sisters. Mary A ..................................................... Olive Louisa i was a memi@ p Church, wher d " Board of Des ':°' , farmer. ', z2 WINES- 4 WINES - Dotrsi wmzs 00EN0000,SUPm _.oo=,.=.,s.,,, : EACH FULLY DISPLAYED AND LIGlr " Phone 269-1510 -- Op, en Friday ill 8 p.m. Member of W.V Mobile Homes Association . m r, "MORI; THAN A HARDWAHE ITORF. NKJ( l i