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May 14, 1976

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10 The Glenvflle Demo('rat/Pathfinder Ma 13, 1!)7i (k the ht,;r,,.t,oeal Brotherhood {]()rre(timal ()fficcrs Lot:el Union. Brian D. [Tony] Bauer Brian D. (Tony) Bauer. 34, of 1731 Haig Ave.. W. Portsmouth. Ohio, died Wednesday evening, May 5. in Mer(:y Hospital of Portsmouth, following a heart attack. "Tony" was a native of Jackson, Ohio. a veteran of the Vietnam War and an employee of Corrections Division of the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility. and a member of of Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Judith Elaine Davis Bauer, formerly of Gh;nville: a (laughter. Rebecca. from a previous marriage: his father, Edward S. Bmler of Lakeland. Florida: a brother. Edward Bauer. Jr. of Lakeland, Florida: and three sisters. Mrs. William Journey, 1821 Washing- ton Blvd., West Portsmouth, Mrs. Jerry Vaughn of Wilmington, and Susan Bauer of Lakeland, Florida. Tony was ttle son of Edward S. Bauer and the GLENVILLE SUPERETTE THURSDAYTHRU SUNDAY Special ....................... $3.99 carton Bic Butane Lighters ..................... 99 cents Milk .................................. $1.59 Bread 16 oz. loaves .................... 3/99 cents WE CARRYA LINE OF FILM AND FLASHBULBS AND ALSO PICNIC SUPPLIES Bluegrass Music with HIGH ON GP, IIL00 late Loretta B. Poe Bauer. Funeral services were conducted at 1 p.m. Saturday at Windel-Howland Funeral ttome, Portsmouth, with Rev. D. Edward Ba.ver officiating. Inter- ment was in the Fairmont Cemetery in Jackson, Ohio. Mrs. Katie Drake Mrs. Katie Belle Drake. 92, of Stouts Mills, died Tuesday night, May 4, at the residence of a daughter following a long illness. She was born in Kanawha County, a daughter of the late John and Virginia Newcomer Eskew. She was married to Squire Drake. who preceded her in death. She attended the Church of God of Prophecy. One brother and one sister preceded her in death. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Josephine Groves, with whom she resided at Stours Mills, and Mrs. Bertha Kuhl of Charleston; three sons, Herman Drake, Charleston, Lester Drake of Lorain. O., and Donald Drake of Copen; two brothers, John Eskew, Charleston and Geroge Eskew of Axton. Va.; three sisters, Mrs. Lura Naylor of Elkhurst, Mrs. Ida Skiles and Mrs. Mary Bostic, both of Charleston; 13 grandchildren and 12 great-grand- children. Funeral services were Friday. 1 p.m. at Spurgeon Mortuary. The Rev. J. B. Groves officiated. Burial was in the Copen Cemetery. Chapman receives Ford award Dennis Conners, District Manager of Ford Motor Company, is shown presenting lack Chapman of Gienville Ford Sales with an award designating the local sales team "Salesmen of the Month" for March. Pictured also are Brooks Meadows and Paul Gregory, part of the sales team. Morton to speak at GSC commencement SAT. MAY 15. 1976 Membership Available at Door Evergone Ulelcome 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Between Glenville g Burnsville on Rt. 5 II II I i ii i i __ "YAMAHA" SUPER SALE... XS 650 B XT 500 A RD 350 B STREET ........ $139500 ........ $1195 oo ......... sggR DIRT DT 250 B DT 400 B DT 100 B s495 ii;i;;i;;i ,89s0o .......... $9490o ......... $1095 oo CYC'S 1117 BROADWAY AVE. MON. THRU 1.9 TO 8 -- Illll II III I I II Ill I I I II III II I III MAY SPECIAL TY 250 A s749oo Someday you II own a Yamaha ! 428-8245 James H. Boggs Jams Harley Boggs, 80, of Tanner, died at his home, Saturday, May 8, He was born in Roane County, the son of the late Charles and Louisa Justice Boggs. He was retired from South Penn Oil Co., and was a trustee of the Tanner United Methodist Church. He is survived by his wife, Stalls M. Boggs; three sons, George L. of Akron, O; Averill, and James H, Boggs, Jr., of Glenville; three brothers, Fred, of Clendenin; Kenney of Minnora, and Howard of Spencer; one sister, Mrs. Ruby Tawney of Newton; seven grandchildren and five great-grand- children. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Tanner United Methodist Church with the Rev. Terry Wine and the Rev. Glendon McKee officiating and burial in Meadowlane Dr. Ben L. Morton Chancellor Ben L. Morton, West Virginia Board of Regents, will participate in the One Hundredth Second Commencement of Glenville State College which will be held on Friday, May 14, 1976, at 11:00 a.m., in the College Gymnasium. Dr. Morton holds the B.S. and M.S. Degrees from Ohio University and the Ph.D. from the University of Michigan Center for the Study of Higher Education. From 1974 to the present, Dr. Morton serves as Chancellor of the West Virginia Board of Regents. From 1970 to 1974, he was Executive Officer of Illinois Board of Governors of State Colleges and Universities. and from 1964-1970, Chancellor Morton served as Executive Secretary of the Missouri Commission of Higher Education, the Statutory State Planning and Coordinating Agency, and disequated state agency for a number of Federal programs. OECA Cemetery at Glenville. Stump Funeral IIIi Home at Grantsville was in charge of ! arrangements. Harless Turner places r, as J, F.verettF..Byrd wreath in iy S Everett E. Byrd. 77. 2518 Poplar National Cemetery '" Ave., N.W.. Massilon. Ohio. died Tuesday morning, May 4, in Massilon City Hospital after a lengthy illness, .1969 00orn in we00t 1 Virginia, he moved to Massilon in 1942. He retired in 1964 after 21 years with 1968 Republic Steel-Endure Division. He IFREEDOfil I was a member of the Grace Holiness 191 Church of Massilon. THE IDEAL GIFT - A subscrip- Surviving is his wife, Leone C. I 1963 (Lang) Byrd; one son, Merlin E. Byrd of tion to the Hometown Newspaper i Brunswick, Ohio and one daughter, - The Glenvflle Democrat and 1960 Mrs, Paul (Jean) McClintock of Massilon. Also rviving are four sisters; Mrs. Hazel Hardman of Newberne, WV, Mrs. Grace Lemley, Columbus, Ohio, Mrs. India Lemley, Davisville, WV and Mrs. Geneva Simons of Berea, WV, Two brothers; William Byrd, Cox's Mill and Berlin Byrd of Columbus, Ohio, and 9 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by three sisters. Services were held Thursday, May 6, at Gordon-Shaidnagle-Hollinger Funeral Home with the Rev. Mark Weaver officiating. Interment was at Sunset Hills Memory Gardens. Maj. Harless A. Turner, of Glenville, District Deputy Grand Patriarch of the Grand Encampment of West Virginia, and Department Adjutant, of the Patriarch Militant of West Virginia, visited in Washington, D.C. on May 2, 1976. His official duty allowed placing a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington Cemetery. Maj. Turner was given the honor of placing this wreath for the Grand Encampment of West Virginia, by Grand Patriarch M. D. Fansler of Parkersburg, W. Va. Copies of each week's Glenville Democrat are available at Community Super Market, Sum- mers Pharmacy, The Grill, Conrad's Motel, GSC Bookstore, Pioneer Grocery, Superette, Go-Mart Food Store, The Towne Bookstore, and Gilmer Graphics, Inc. NEED EXPERT ( need not apply) TYPIST TO LEARN PHOTO COMPOSITION TYPESETTING FULL-tiME WORK INCLUDES SAT. & (WILL CONSIDER PART.TIME) Apply: GILMER GRAPHICS, INC. 109 E. MAIN T. The Glenville Pathfinder. SUMMER SCHOOL FOR Two Gilmer and their left for ( Donna Pam Jones represented National Conference. officers competition display, sales disc Miss Teresa West dent. She was ear as Miss Mrs. selected as delegates represented various the national Tweni Virginia were chaperones of May 7 Dr. president d of Higher as a Education and is listed A total d at this graduated Degree, the Bachelor tion, 32: 194; RegentS Associate Science, 60. Food Service - Restaurant Management. Automotive Mechanics - Tuneup. Survey Course- General Course in the use Building Construction - Any phase of l)luunhin, r.,fing, floorin, etc. hutuslrial Met:hanics - Welding. Itvdn';luli(:. Eh;ctrical - Basic Electricity, Heating, Air IF YOU WOUI.D BE INTERESTED IN COURSES OR HAVE ANY OTHER COURSES (X)NTACT THE CAREER CENTER BY MAIL Oll POSSIBLE. CLASSES WILL BE SCHEDULED SCItOOL STUDENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED ON BASIS. NO SCHOOL CREDIT WILL BE GIVEN. "FILE CLASS SELECTED. IF THE CLASS YOU SiFFICIENT NUMBERS. YOU WILL BE I.ET'FER. !: etc. The Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center is there is a demand for an adult summer school interested in.meeting two days or nights per per meeting, please let us know by filling out the school at 354-6151 or send a letter giving CLASSES COULD BE OFFERED IN THE Adult Basic Education Dislributive Education - Retailing, Health Field - First Aid. Introduction to Business - Accounting. Typing. Filing, Offi Sewin - Beginning Sewing. Production