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May 31, 1979

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IX i I kS 7 • The Glenville I Ruth Murin honored at retirement dinner GREAT Ruth Annabel l Murin was Att in addition presented with a silver tray in ap- to the and her hue- ; County School preciation of her 22 years service band were Ronaid VALUES in education at a retirement dinner Su, held in her honor Wednesday, May Welty, and Mrs. 23. The surprise banquet, held inJames Mrs. Roger the Glenville Elementary school Radcliff, Mn Denver Law, multi-purpose room, was hosted byDarwin and Betty White; the school's faculty and service Mr. and Waggoner; Debby ' personnel. Perry; Le n i ta Reale; Mary w and Mr. and Mrs. Murin of 4 College Street, Mrs. Bill Turner. " mes F Gtenville, is a graduate of Glenville Also, Mr. and Mrs. ja L -urr; High School and Glenvitle State Mary Jo Cunnlngn-a.m' College and has been a teacher atj -.---- ,',...,,;n,,ham; Mr. a o Mrs OIIl~l t-.,~UNIII 7 --~ar- P. " =,=, the local school since its opening M uon Billy Bennett; Mr. .. - ._. several years ago. She is married to Sheets, Donna Wilt; Nancy n~frlr,~- ish0p; Norma Jor. Nicholas Murin, a member of the " .....u=="=' " " -' MillE- faculty at Glenvilte State College, dan, Audrey Keith, jacK=e Ken ST GLENVILLE Retiring teacher, Ruth Murin, at surprise banquet. The gentleman ig- who is also retiring at the end of and Kim joilesl noring the honoree is her husband, Nicholas Murin. this school. The Murins are parents The Murins are moving to "9 P.M. MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY of four children Parkersburg in June. Local ladies attend OBITUARIES arm Bureau conference > COYJ. LOWTHER World War II veteran, and a Mrs. Bonnie Bush, Coy J. Lowther, 59, of North member of the Union Auto Workers Chairman and Mrs. Ridgeville, Ohio, died Sunday, May and the College Heights Baptist Pauline Waldeck, of the 27, after a long illness. He was Church. Gilmer county Farm born in Kincheloe, son of the late Survivors include his wife, Pearl tee attended Bureau women'saC°mmitrecent Mr. and Mrs. Ordie Lowther. S. Lowther; three sons, Danny, of West Virginia Farm He had made his home in Ohio Fort Sheridan, IIl.,and Kenneth and rBTeeau Women's Con- for the past 27 years, was an Jerry, at home; one daughter, nee at Jackson's Mill employee of General Motors, a Kathryn Lowther of Tampa, Flordia; three sisters, Mrs. Sylvia Meadows The conference was ........................................ of Creston, Mrs. Ruth Meadows of opened with a brief Elyria, Ohio, and Mrs. Joann welcome by Mrs. F.B. St, Quicksilver Jenkins of Stumptown; three Clair, Chairman of the brothers Cecil and Bobby Lowther VWFB women's Commit- r- Exc(:=vating of North Ridgeville, and Bud, of te ,n, rin on the pro- • York, Pa., and eight grandchildren. ,-,v,- .... -, • ,,,ore ware Richard Jilter, Services were held Wednesday, Es a'te-Tax Specialist, May 30, 1979, at the Hiney Church near Glenville with burial in the Farm Family Insurance Comnany; Sue Patmore, church cemetery. Information B-ck-Ho. T,,,-=.,.I Ep 'C' ;li'st, A FBF; Tom MRS. ARTHUR POSEY Bean, Safety Expert, West Certified Septic Contrictorl Mary Posey, 87, of Erbacon died Virginia University; Bill Friday May 25, in the Denmar State Aiken, field services direc- General Delivery Hospital following an extended El- tor, wVFB, and Steve Han- Tanner,462W.Va..l § 2617g Iness. nah, Farm Bureau ex- She was born October 30, 1891, ecutive secretary- Denny Corttor at Camden daughter of William and Sarah MessEnger Layfield. She was Rick O'Deo married to Arthur Posey, who ........................................ preceded her in death in 1977. Prize F .............. Surviving are two daughters, An- ISHOULD YOU DRIVE TIlI na Laura Thompson, Stouts Mills, Phyllis Marks, Tanner; two sisters, Attending a recent women's conference at 25 inch Phi],.-( ,HARRISVII.I.E FOR YOUI i Lorena Stump, Fayetteville, Mamie I Jackson's Mill were Mrs. Bonnie Brown, Pittsburgh PA; six grand- Bush and Mrs. Pauline Waldeck. . children; and nine great- le (. lo], TV I NEW OR USED CAR? I grandchilren. ..... ..... .... I On =omething as important am I Preceding her in death were two CPR training completed i purchasing a new or used vehicle, other husbands, Frank Franklin I "Jr just makes good sense to see - |the dealer who sells in volume, I and Marion Frashure; three by 29 Glenville 8th graders i and by being in a rural area can brothers and one sister. I sell for less. I Mrs. Posey was a member of the • United Brothern Church I We have a group of ; employees who try very hard to I Funeral service were held Mon- Jun, 1979 ! , at t.e S .0 For 30, ;' keePyouhaPpywiihy°urvehlcie" iROBINSON test Church. Burial was in the I ClIEitr-OI.I)S-JEEP I Sunset Memoria Park at Erbacon I 1609 East Main St., HIIrrillville, I HUGH M. EVANS Hugh M. (Mac) Evans, 87, of Ft. i . West Virginia I We're not very far from where I Collins, Colorado, died in a Ft. Col- 1 you are! line nursing home on Thursday, i Parkersburg422-1051 I May 17, 1979. Harriiville643-2927 I He was born May 12, 1892, in . _ Climax, Kansas, a son of the late George and Julia Hays Evans. He spent much of his early life in Gilmer County and attended Glen- self ville Normal School. -. your He is survived by his wife, the S First Drawing 6 PM June 9 to former Floy Margaret Campbell. They were married in Glenville on eCond Drawing 6 PM June 16 fine dmCo December 25, 1913. Drawing 6 PM June 23 Other survivors include three It could save your life! Steve Harold, Greg Reed, David Phillips. Don daughters, Nina Evans Snell, Ft. Reaser and Mark Doligener watch al Chelton Harder primu m= Ourth Drawing 6 PM June 30 Collins; Margaret Lee Hall, Santa CPR techniques on a training mannequin. (Photo by Susan Me. Barbara, California; and Maxine Cartney) FOR Wills, Olympia, Washington; seven CPR Training was held at Glen- class, learned the grandchildren and eight great- ville Elementary School last week tually performing IlfeHtlzed grandchildren. . t held t.00 FREE GROCERIES Burial service was held in the for29 eighth grade students. Under mannequin Grandview Cemetery, Fort Collins, the direction of Opal Kirchberg and in four two.hour nd the • 00 FREE GROCERIES Thursday, May 22, with Rev. Darrell Tom Luzader of the Gilmer County through perfor- Hinshaw officiating. Ambulance squad. The students, students test. • 00 FREE GROCERIES members of Bill Turners health mance and a rio, Tavern Ham (Boneless) SPURGEON MORTUA Fi IE ! -'t*/ill "Mr, (( .- Glen J . j .viIIe " W V [ I ¢ E N ' E D M O R T I ¢ I A N $ $purgeon. Pres. Tetl /.P ¢neL462" ,,,y$on 76,0 In 1659 the Massachusetts Puritans fined anyone caught feasting or loafing on Christmas Day five shilling. I FOr An Pk-nbing, H~ and Hardware Needs ACid one more person to Cowry buyers and sellers meet e~ =,, ,., = ,o, 145 Water Ave. Welton, WV 11i111 YOur gift list. You. And be held in our Health and Beauty Aid Dept. give Yourself a beautiful, lntroatu d. Television. You must place your ticketew Bulova watch. It s t]~is Department to win tt~ prize, a name you know on a Watch you can trust, and you do not have to be pruent to win. NEED A RIDE TO THE POLLS JUNE 5? ill. ~=r~" $,,ter dill. to, o, ,. Phone 462-5614 families are prohibited ~om entering, oark4extured Po~te~ in store. _ ~o~to~. e,u=~ee ,i re, by close o| ]:Ru mess July 28, 1979. our Full.time be drawn at each drawing. July 28, 1979, next alternate ticket will STOIq ,,lS9 Ave. " i,ton, WY 26452 lot C i,)