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~2 The Glen~He Democr~/P~e~ May 29, 1975 . I I IIIII I t~ ~i ~ :i:~ i, i i i: II I III Aluminum Siding? Additions? New Comtruction? Roofing? Fed up with HIGH Prices?YOU NEED ME/ Auburn Builders. Inc. Box 84 Auburn, W. Va. 26325 Pb. 349-2573 Iio Obligation III IIIIIII I III II II RT. 33-119 Many Units to Choose From 12' Wide -14' Wide any. Hom With Expando Roonm ,iDoubl Wides on Display Se arts-Awnings-U nder PinningI " BALLOT Glenville Municipal Election Tuesday, June 3, 1975 To vote for a candidate, mark an X in the square to the left of the name .... FOR MAYOR . . [Vote for one] LOUIS I. MANLEY 202 Court St.... GlenvUle, WV GARRY ,. KIGHT ~.~ 417 Dolliver St., Glenvilla, WV PAT, CK V ' '~ 507 Walnut St.. Glenville0 WV r-~ DELBERT L. DAVl '--" I I Bungalow Village, WV [ Vote for one] EDNA ~ArHITE 210 Howard St,, FOR CITY COUNCIl [Vote for one] Ward I ROBERT E. REED 7 Bank St., Glonville, ROBERT 7 Morris St.. Ward L.D. PUTNAM 9 East Main, LOWELL E. 413 Norris IESS R. 308 West Maim Ward 3 WV WV C LONNIE ~ATUCK 701 Glenville. WV Ward 4 CLARK WOLFE 111 Park St.. Gienville, YVV HOWARD C CARE 302 S. Lewis St.. Gluvilk. WV BETTY C. WILT 4 Charles St., Glanville, WV Ward 5 CHARLES E. PORTER 426V2 Charles St.. Glmtville, lAW ]OHN W, |AMISON 12 Whiting Ave., Gienville, W"V ~-~x. HARRY HooVER Whiting Ave., Cdeavflle. WV 205 Third Ave., Gl vt , I. Edna White, Recorder of the City of Gleavflle, do~ IIweby ~ tlMtt the lore~ela$ is a true copy of th~iI~llot to be voted eI at tim MIidl IIellII d the City of Glanville. to be held Ttmmiay, June 3, llTll. I I III IIII II IlllllallilIIIl_ ,H, , HU,, ,Ha IIII ....................... IIIII IIII irs0n's succumbs Mrs. Roxie Bell Henderson, 80, died unexpectedly in her sleep Sunday morning, May 18, at the Bell family residence "Home Place" on Kanawha Drive, west of Glcnville. She was horn in Gilmer County May 23, 1894, the second daughter of the late" Floyd Warren Bell and Lora Bower Bell. She was the widow of Cam I| II I Henderson who died in 1956. She is survived by a daughter. Camille Sue Waldeck of Washington. D.C. Also survivinR am a brother Jesse E. Bell Sr. and a sister Bessie B. Scott. trophies. She was a Life Master. Funeral services were held at the family residence May 20. at 2 p.m. Jonathan Y. Lowe, former principal of Milton High School. spoke words of tribute to her as a devoted, effective and influential teacher. George Waldeck, her son-in-law read a poem, "Home" written by Mrs. Henderson in 1955. both of Shock, grandchildren; children. He was wife, Alice Services Church of officiating. Cemetery. A brother Farley is deceased. Nieces Burial was in the Stalnaker Homer surviving are Meiotic Bell Hodson of Cemetery near Glenvilla, with Roy. D. recently in a Ck ! Washington and Juanite Bell McDougal Edward Bayer officiating. Spurgeon He was born of Glenville. There are two nephews, Mortuary was in charge of Edward Martin Jesse E. Bell Jr. of Shock and Laddie R, arrangements. Bell of Morgantown. One grand Out of town persons here for the Talbott. He nephew, Kenton Warren Bell lives in funeral included Dr. Robert Alexander Baptist Church. Ceresco, Nebraska. There are four of Marshall University; Dr. Edward mechanic and grandniecas: Paula Andrejko of Bethel Davis of Salem College; Mr. and Mrs. Navy in World Park, Pa., Priscilla Bell of Morgan- Hugh Kincaid of Huntington; Mr.and He is survive4 town, Eleanor Nicholas of Kent, Ohio, Mrs. Harry Whetsell of Elkins; Mr. and Heckert Talbott; J Anita Sue Rock of Le,,visburg. Mrs. Edward Rock and daughter Susan Martin and Mrs. Henderson was a graduate of Melinda of Lewisburg; Mr. and Mrs. Parkersburg; Glenvllle Normal School 1911, and John Andrejko of Bethel Park, Pa.; Dr. Thelma Quesa Salem College 1918. She received a "and Mrs. Laddie R. Bell and daughter Beatrice Beason Master s Degree from Marshall Priscilla of Morgantown; Charlie Mrs. Martha University in 1942 and tau8ht at Milton Kincaid of Huntington; Mrs. Kenneth J. a half-sister. Ivlr High School for 17 years. Hodson of Washington; Mrs. Robert H. Willard, O.; She had lived in Washington the Nicholas of Kent. Ohio: Mr. Jonathon J. of Binhave. O.. last several years but was visiting at Lowe of Milton: Joe McMullen, Athletic Mosie Camden; the Bell family residence Kanawha Director of Marshall University; Dr. ran. --. Drive when death occurred, and Mrs. Kenneth Loemker of Funeral servi Ikt Mrs. Henderson was a member of Huntington; Spike Underwood of Spurgeon Mortu the Presbyterian Church of Elkius, the Huntington; Claude Miller, of Hunting- burial in the TrOY Woman's Club of Glenville. the ton and Clyde B. Hutson of Charleston. Glenville Branch of the American Gone Hltt Association of University Women, and Dennis L. _P Retired Teachers Organization. Gene Hitt of Glenville died Stumptown, di~.~ll~ She loved West Virginia. books, Wednesday, May 21. in a Weston Calhoun Geners~ birds, flowers, and music, Her hobby hospital, illness. J- was BridRe in which she won several NaturalHe waSGas anco.employee of the Hope of theHelateWaSThov~..~brn i~ ............................... ...................................... ~ Funeral services were May 23 at Stump, was a ~._ | WANTED i ~ Floyd Funeral Home at Weston War I veteran with burial in the Broad Run Cemetery Pisgah Baptist ~-" in Lewis County. i Standing Timber or i Su vo Fitzpatrick Stu~..~u i T,m berla nd i F. Mmo |[ ALSO MEN WITH TRACTORS OR HORSES TO SKID LOGS. i Benjamin F. Miller. 86, of Shock. Ga.;Mrgantwnthree bre'I% | YEAR AROUND HAULING FOR LOG TRUCKS. ~ died Tuesday, May 20 in Calhoun Morgantown. P~ ! CALL OR WRITE t General Hospital after a long illness, of Barberton, 0~ He was bern near Res dgla, O.E. Stump a nd, Mark Ellis |i Braxton County, son of the late George Whitesvflla, Ds~..dl~ i Forester i and Lucinda Nicholas Miller. was a Donnie Wilson, ,~lIt retired farmer and a member of Shock and three granow' Church of Chiret. Services J COASTAL LUMBER COMPANY . Survivors include two sons, HunterBapist Church I of Vienna and Ralph of Belmont one Minney officia t GassawayPO26624,BOXwest Virginia218][ daughter, Vera Bell of Shock: three Collins Comm~lL. i Phone:304-364-,~986 i brothers. Loroy and Grover Miller, ShLm ! WE HAVE MANY REQUESTS FOR OUR GRADUATES TO FILL POSITIONS IN LOCAL AND AREA BEAUTY SALONS BUT WE CANNOT FILL THE NEED. HAVE YOU EVER WANTED TO BECOME A WELL-TRAINED MEMBER OF THE BEAUTY PROFESSION BUT LACKED THE MONEY TO GO TO SCHOOL? WE CAN HELP! WE HAVE FEDERAL GRANTS LOANS - SCHOLARSHIPS We Are Accepting Apl:dications For Our June CLass 339 W. Pike St., Clarkgbur0' W.Va. Ph. I I Phone 462.7336, John Cain, for q pobtsett 01L FILTER ml AIR FIL11]I htch~le, Motorcroit Oil Filler and Air ~ ~ with lira I of oil ~4m9o. R tt SRECI PlIII llll II |... a 4-Quart Capacity cars Even Leu Customer Signature Cus~mer Telep~me mm~r O~ O~ler Nund~r AuS~d~d Delde~ StSmttuee Otter Valid Dwing Mly and June, 19F5 w~ua~ I Auto.t. ~ p~us~ Motonmm ~ eet ead ~. Econoiim~ sJighSy higher. 1111N SPfl/E PI Fours, Sixes and Solid State Ignitions Evlb-i Loll ~r Si~nmm " Cvstome~~ Offer Vaha During May and June, 1975 Oets Coupon must be preswled e lisa el repdr , f ,, , , C~CUIT COURT OF GII,M~ COUNTY thereon designatedI~! dated June 3. 1963. WEST VIRGINIA: Well (Permit N~ I.L. MORRIS and E~t. BROOME partnership, are ~ D/B/A TRIO PEI'ROLEUM COIW. Plat~tiff~ ~~"~ VS. . or the wetl the~reee~ FRANCIS FRIESTAD, LEWIS D. HALL. Helmick Lease end tl~,,l~" MADEI,ON HALL. JAMES H. GOETHEL, HELEN i. (Permit No. Gilmer l~I~q DARYL D. LARSON. HELEN E. as unknown, it is orO~,~J~i LARSON. JOHN D. SWANSON. KA~ M. I. Cobb Shrove, l~-~ SWANSON. WILLIAM P. PERSON, JANE M. addrass isP.O.Bo, 3e~ PlD{SON. THOMSON FERTILIZER COMPANY. 26335. an answer to ~B!I W]IJFORD C. LAHMAN, NANCY L. ZKLLAR, action on or before ~ DGitOTHY D. L~. ANN L. MUSGROVE. otherwise judgement~ JOHN R. SOMMER. W.H. CABLE, MILDRED G. against them there,.~ ~, HILDEBRANT ENTERPRIZES. INC.. a A copy of said ccrporatimx, HAROLD E. SWI~NY, HEIJ~ S. from the ~mdet's~..~t~ SWEENY, QUAKER STATE OIL REFINING Entered by theCm'~i~ COP, PORATION, a Delaware corporation, and day of May, 1975. .~ UNKNOWN OWNERS of the lease or working interests in the well thereon designated ns the R.E. Helmick Lease, dated June 3, 1963. and the R.E. H~dmick No. 1 Well (Permit No. Cflmer 1930} a minin8 partnership, Defendants. ORD~ OF PUBLICATION CIVIL ACTION NO. 1004 There must The object of the above civil action is to Count~ Clerk's ( obtain an order of the Circuit Court of Gilmer vaccinated for I Cotmty. West Virginm, declarin8 that the presa ntt~,.. _.~l~.~l~! ,neae slips m~'~! Plaintiffs by virtue of a~sements of lease from Clerk's Office ea ~ ~ H. Rohrhe~,h, NeUe D. Clovis, NeUe D. AUorr in act for the R. will be Daughterty, deceased. Parkersburg-Nationai Tiffs atmli~ aw',,e~l~ vaccimite~ "ouU6dg ~rkll Executor end T--~m=tee under the Will of Tt~ i= in keepi~._~"agL xBeth L. ora, ,of Cod,, of wset t and Elizabeth A. Graenl/~. dated October 11. t97a. cov~ri~ a tract of 63 acres of land in dogs which read~ ~q k Glenville District, Gilmer County. West Virg/nia. Wlmever om~ v,--~ dogs and ~a~d _~.~lr~q aoqu/rod the right to operate thereon for oil vaccinated or ~- ~l/or gas and to ce~plate and produce the well fail,, or refuses t o~ kw.amd on said 63 acres tract of land free from the claims ~ t]~ Defendants and that any claim tag. or whoever oos~.~ Of the Dofmld~nte thereto be held an ordered a enforcement of a~/~: cloua on the title d the Plaintiffs and null and upon co~victina, be void and the Defendants pay the cost of this nor more than fifth'/ it that .ff vit = An action that the said Defendants, Francis vnccinated by Dr. t,~. 1M~t Famed. ~ D. H~ M~da~o~ Ha~ ~am~ H. the ~,o=~,~ ~ GeetheL Helen J. CcetheL Daryl D. Larmm. Helen Dr. Mgtheny t~ ~'i~w E. [,arson. John D. Swanson, Kathleen M. Clark's Office. Swanson. William P. Person. Jane M. Person, For dose tl~t~ Thomson Fertilizer Company, Wilford C.time and place ~o'~.a~~ Lehman, Nancy L. Z~llar. Dorothy D. LAImmn, vaccination, the ~ ~.~.~ Ann L. Mtmgreve, John R. Sommer, W.H. Cable. $3,00 accordin8 "~ Mildred G. Cable. Hildebrant Entarprit~m, Inc.. a Veterinarian. _ ~~ " corprostinn, Harold l~ Sweeney, Helen S. Sweeney. Quaker State Oil Refining Corporation, G~ l a Delaware corporation, and Unknown Owners of the lease or working interests in the well e Safmrday, May 3L 1975 .- AT THE C.W. TALP ~ESIDENCE adta, Y.tlUbe rack, Stand. 1 Stand, Fleer Lamp, Wardrobe, 7 ix:, Dinette 3 pc. Bedroei Set, Z pc. BedreeI Set. Teppon 8as ru . Base cabtm t c,lfl= t, let, dishes, antiq ], Pressm cm4a r, plate, TOOLS Vise, EImry i, Wr~m__ches, Hamming, Teal Lswmmw , , _2barrew, Hand saws, ZO-tL ladder, s-~ Laddlr.