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10 The Glenvillo Democrat/Pathfinder Mt. Earnest WSCS meets (I I I1 t] ’: [, Baldwin Homemakers meet The Mt. Earnest Women Society Thelma Radcliff called the of Christian Service met for their business meeting to order. There regular monthly meeting on May in were some old business to be the church basement• taken care of, then on with the The meeting was called to order new. . by President Thelma Radcliffe SueThe meeting was adjourneo. Hinter had devotions. There was a Mildred Radcliff served ,, .am , . .... :, :3 reading "America." .We had the refreshments tO 11 members and Lord's Prayer and a' ng by all. five visitors. They were as follows: • The meeting was turned over to Ada Radcliff, Marie Fiaherty, house to mark anniversary Mavis Cole who h,ad the lesson. Shade Radcliff, Margaret Radcliff, "Wake Us Up, Lord. Marie Flaher- Mavis Cole, Thelma Radcliff, Betty ty, Betty Cole, Ada Radcliff and R°bins°n, Sue Hinter, Fluence Thelma Radcliff had reading in the Matthews, Betty Cole, Mildred lesson. There was a general Radcliff. Visitors, Jimmy and 4 || discussion following the lesson Michael Radcliff, Angela Hinter, and everyone took part. It was a Dianne Jones, Teresa Sprouse. very Interesting lesson. Marie Flaherty drew door prize. • 3aby boy Bame Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bame, Glen- villa are proud to announce the birth of their son, Christopher Jesse. The baby was born April 8 and weighed 7 lb. 21/= oz. He has a sister at home, Monica Louise. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bame of Wllliamstown, Ohio and Mr. and Mrs• Harold Casper of Dole, Ohio. Margaret Radcliff Reporter MRS. BOGGS RETURNS HOME Mrs. Haymond Boggs has return- ed to Glenville from Phoenix, Arizona. She arrived May 1 and will be at her Brooklyn addition home until fall. Mrs. Boggs has spent the past 7 months with her son, Haymond Boggs II in Glendale, Arizona. He is a teacher at American Graduate School of International Manage- ment. The Baldwin Homemakers met Tuesday, May 1 for their regular monthly meeting with the follow- ing members present: Dorothy Radcliff, Bonnie Drake, Charlotte Berry, Eva Black, Madeline David- son, Mary Harvey, Leo Langford, Lucille Messenger, Evelyn Peters, Mary Skinner, Gladys Wilson, Beulah Fidler and Muriel Wolfe. Devotions were by Bonnie Drake, vice president. The business meeting was conducted by Dorothy Radcliff, president• The lesson "Complain Like a Pro" was presented by Lucille Messenger. Refreshments were served by Charlotte Berry and Muriel Wolfe• The next meeting, June 5, will be a workshop. A farewell dinner was held for Ted and Mary Stewart on Sunday April 22 at the Baldwin Community building. The club and community had a covered diS couple was from the Ho were 55 Eight tended ference at A cand' May 4 and home. Robin aided by her demonstrations. ed by me club and Katie We do thank for it was en Our H are too young to Senior Citizens There will be meal Sunday, Bring dish Senior Citizens are to discuss munity. Rebekah convention held at Burnsville GbMV/h. WV LICENSED MORTICIANS J. J. Spvrleon, Pres. Phone 462.7660 Terry. L. Ellyson MOTHERS DAY CARDS GRADUATION CARDS Books- Magazines Records- Tapes Gift Wrap- Mr and Mrs. Sydney T. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Sydney T. Lewis of Mrs. Lewis is the former Geneva 622 West Second Street, Weston, Sisk, a daughter of the late W.F. will observe their fiftieth wedding and Ethel Sisk of Troy. anniversary with a reception Mr. Lewis is a son of the late hosted by their children for friends Warren and Bertha Lewis of Cox's and relatives on Sunday May 20 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the United Methodist Church, Cox's Mills. Refreshments will be served by the W.S.C.S. The couple were married May 16, 1929, in the parsonage at Pickle Street, by the late Rev. Z.B. Bowen, with his daughter Mrs. Frankie Davis as witness. Mills. They are the parents of three children, Mrs. Norbert (Mary Jean) Britton of Lewisville, Texas; Mrs. Ray L. (Doris) Hiney of Orrville, Ohio; and David Lewis of Dalton, Ohio. They have seven grand- children, one great grandson and one great granddaughter. The couple request no gifts. Marks' demonstrate shape-note singing in Ohio County District No. 7 of the Rebekah Troy No. 37. Assembly of West Virginia held given by the their annual Spring Convention Presidents of Saturday, April 28, with Burnsville Memorial for Rebekah Lodge No. 85 as the Hostess Lodge. Debbie Siers, District Deputy President from Grantsville No. 52 presided over the day's meeting. Other District oficers were: Lucy Reed-Glenville No. 104, Vice President; Mabel Singleton-Burnsville No. 85, Secretary; Irene Wilson-June No. 56, Treasurer; Carolyn Hathaway- Grantsville No. 52, Conductor; Kathleen Nicholson-Glenville No. 104, Warden; and Beulah Scott- Troy No. 37, Chaplain. State Officers of the Rebekah Assembly attending were: Joan Vase, President; Mary Ann Thomp- son, Vice President; and Virginia Lee Bradley, Secretary. Several ap- pointative officers, committee members was Presentation 56. A coin march proceeds goi project of I.O.O.F. Home District made following: dent's projeq News Bowl Float, tion Fund. A luncheon waS hostess lodge. New officers Reed.Glenville dent; Mabel No. 85, Sec Turner.Gtenville BOO O O gO gO • • Oe gO O • • OOe*O gO 4) (b~dloql~4~O~ e~o • O" ~.-$,.o,,oo ....... .,... ............ oo...... .................... .....°.o.....o.o OPEN FROM 8 a.m.-S p.m. Monday through Thumday 8 a•m..8 p.m. Friday 8 a.m.-12 Noon Saturday 10th Anniversary Trsne Am Seeing Is Believing Soe tho Now 1980 Front Wheel Drives Now In Stock 1980 Buick Limited Skylark 2 Dr--1980 Buick Skylark 4 Dr. Sedan Como in Today for a Tost Drive Wo Nood Used Cam for Our Lot For infonltalion or Demonstration Call 269-4234, 280-4259 C~g Dalwkins, Roy Jones or Forest E. Brown Ale0 surviving are two brothers, Harry of Brldgeport, and Fred • • • Chains, 2x10 Lumber, 9.50x18.5 Tire and Rim, o ° Radiator (Joep), Other Items too numerous to • • mention• • o • • • Terms: Comb ,, * • Lunch Will Be Sorved • : • Not Rosponsibl. for Ac dMnts •-: • 0__. ,...--,.=., ,,,,,,=,uu,; .... • : • AUCl[IOIIOor: ’,’1JL/UOLtOy -- 4eiZ-. • : • Owuer: Ernost "TOm" Jonos • : • • : • • : i May 7, in the Calhoun County : General Hospital following an ex- : tended illness. He was born June ! 3, 1893 on Duck Run, a son of the • late Homer and Blanche Wright : Hess. He marded Hazel Beatrice Stout • on September 11, 1921, who sir- : vires along with two daughtes, Eva : Ranson of Houston, Texas, and i Verona Lee McCandless of Butler, : Pennsylvania. • 1. : 1. SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIAL Pontiac Catalina, 4 Dr. Pontiac Bonneville, 4 Dr. S7946.95 S10,077.15 members and past officers were Treasurer. ~.,dpr~,41r.dr, jr.dlp,,dr, d~r~.jprjr.jyAwjp,,.jyjr.jprjr, jp,j~ Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Marks, Sr. of Mr. Marks has long been a shape also in attendance. Next year's Tanner were invited recently by Dr. note singer here in Gilmer County, Grantsville No• 52 presented and will be hosted IL Thomas Brown of West Virginia but this being the first time in his retired the Flags. The welcoming 52. ", '"rmntn,_._...... t "''rra;ner I'1 university to visit the Wheeling life he received payment for his adress was by Burnsville No. 85. elementary schools and talents. Mrs. Marks (Phylis) sings Response to the Welcome was by ! 3 A4 LU E;o .... demOnstrate the use Of shape" at the W'va" State FOlk Festival • notes and the singing of the oldand the Vandiala Festival at econ- d Ballads. Mrs. Pat Hanner, Music Charleston, and was also at Cowen Ambulance Servic coordinator for Ohio County a few years ago for the same pur- Schools, accompanied the couple pose as the recent trip to Wheel- to four of the county s eight ing. CPR classes elementary schools for the 0n demonstrations. Bunnie Jones and Vernita result of head Moyers, employees of the Gilmer ins or drownin! ,, All Monuments t,s a girl for the Zinns!_ county Ambu,ance Service, wi,, hours to ,earn' !I 8"M Mr. Mrs. Zinn of Mr. Zinn complete a series of classes con-The instru( ark ers and Manley Snyder. is a self employed ducted for the Gilmer County everyone from Cox's Mills have announced the farmer. Volunteer Fire Department on CPR citizens can I= .I, birth of their first child, a daughter, • • • ' (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) phas07.ed that. born May 1 at the Stonewall Maternal grandparents are Elsie on May 10. The classes began May be arranged .fo_ • In Stock • Jackson Hospital in Weston. The Snyder AIItop and the late James 2 at the Gilmer County Ambulance and organizatlc !~ ~ new baby was named Shelly Kay O. Snyder of Cox's Mills. Paternal Building on West Main Street in of interested il l- el el and weighed 7lb. and 12oz. The grandparents are, Mr. and Mrs. Glenville. According to the instruc- can be arrang iil During the April Sale mother is the former Sharon Marie Scott Zinn of Cox s Mills. tore there is room in the May 10 of the followin As instructors, Jones and bulanceservice: KIDDY MONUMENT Angus Association has annual meeting Moyers commented that we want Bunnie JOnes;, II to train as many persons as possi- Tom Luzacler, v~ ble to use CPR. As more people are Spaur, Lucille ,,q elected president of the West their field day to be held COMPANY Oscar Wallace, Jr., Ripley, was The group discussed Saturday,plans for trained,lives canthebe savedChanceSare thatincreasedmOre ..... Richardson. Virginia State Angus Association June 16 at Rocking-P Angus Farm We invite anyone who is interested ._CPR Weoton, W1/ 2ti -E6"73 at their annual meeting in near Homer. The program will in- to attend one of our classes and me ausp,u=,= ! alr, dlr, arjl j ,ar,jlrdlr,4ilr, jlr, dilr, dlr, jf, Jackson's Mill. clude a judging contest and a fit-learn CPR tecnniques." Ambulance Set Elected vice-president wag Clark ting and showmanship school. CPR is a simDle emeroencv first cooneration OT • •••••••••OO••O•••••O•O•O•OO•O•OeOO H. Taylor, Buckhannon. Re-electedIn the Association Spring Sale aid procedure used t'0 r()store EmergencY • • secretary was Don H. Peterson of held the following day grand chum- heartbeat and breathing in victims System .anO "= : • PUBLIC AUCTION • : Swisher,H°rner andLost treasurercreek. Lewis C. EmulousPi°n bull 7781was WhiteenteredOakbyViewSDon suffering from cardiac arrest usa Association. : ReeldonceofErnut"Tom" Jones : Newly elected directors for a Peterson, Homer. Grand champion 3-year term were Herndon female was Ravens Progress Lady m • tl tl rlt, WV • Wickline, Union; James A• Kinsey,835 entered by Raven Farms, • • . " OBITUARIES • Satturd(=y, Mm/12, Stm, t gcdll.00’x.m. • Flemington; Ronald D. Mick, Ripley. Horner, and Vera Bonra, Bud- e " - ' • ington. • OLD ITEMS: Wash Stand, Copper Kettle, o : ...................................................................... : • • • • • Stands, Dressers (oak), Picture, Frames, : i COME ON DOWN FOR A GOOD DEAL i JOANN LORENTZ Hess of N - Mrs. Joann Lorentz, 54, of Glen- sisters, M • Chairs (oak), Mirror, Glass Churn, Stone Jars, • : AT : ville, died Friday, May 4, at the Rena Pan= ,,, O: i Camden-Clark Hospital in Lola Mae Corn Planter. i GROVES PONTIAC BUICK INC. i Parkersburg. Helen Ki, : • Loather Living Room Suite, Coffee and End • i IN STOCK READY FOR DELIVERY i Oklahoma.Mrs" LorentZshe wasWaSa Protestantb°rn byin grandchil grandchil i"N • Tables, Platform Rocker, Iron Beds, Bed • ! 1. auickSkylark,2Dr. SSS)Sm.S) i faith, death bY,' " Linons, Cabinet. : : 1. Buick Century Custom, 2Dr. $7316.64 : Surviving are her husband, m of ." 1. Buick Regal Sport Cpe. $8392.84: Charles Lorentz; several cousins, A me • . • ! 1. Buick Regal Limited Cpo. $8702. : nieces and nephews, all of Texas. Methodist Vii • • , 1. Buick LeSabre LimitedCpo. S 125. . Services were conducted Sun- from the v in • Maplo Dining Room Set with Hutch (nice), • : , SuickLeSabreLimited4Dr. $8931.65 : i 1. ButckRivlara(Domo) $12,191.$3 : tuary in Glenville with Father solidated( • Dinette Sot with 6 Chairs, Metal Cabinet, Ap- : " 1. eulckElactraParkAv.,4Dr.(Oomo) Sll,Se6.~S : day, May 6, at the Spurgeon Mor- CommisS Go. _. 1. Pontiac Phoenix L.J. Cpo. $7211.90 : Michael Rooney officiating. Burial e,,,,,=~, • pllances, Silvorwaro, UpdghtFreozor, Utonsils, • . 1.Ponti-cSunbird, 2Dr.,1979 S714.32 • was in th Meadow Lane .... oe lUSt ,arc. ' : • 1. Pontiac Trsns Am $8137.45 } P-,=m .... i nursoay, • 1. Pontiac LeMans, 2 Dr. • S73.000.00 • "" ULt~;y. Mortuary • • " 1. PontlacGrsndLeMansSafariSW(Oemo) S7822.64 : Martin A. • • : 1. Pontiac Grand LeMans, 4 Dr. (Demo) $7679.64 : ALFRED S. HESS Burial wil Cemetery • Gas Hoaters, Canning Jars, Lawn Mowers, . : Pontlac GrsndPdx S7432.48 : • Hand Tools, Fence Charger, Hand Pump, Log • : 1 PontlacGrsndPrixSJ $804s.64 • Alfred Scott Hess, 80, of 502 " • 1.Pontiac Grand Prix SJ $9009.64 : Walnut St., Glenville, died Monday,