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8 The Glenvme Democrat/ Pathfinder June 9, 1977 Ill Deeds Recorded Stella Facemire grants to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Facemire a lot in Camden Flats. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Facemire grant to Mr. and Mrs. Ted Greenlief a lot in Camden Flats. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Reaser, Jr. grants to Mr. and Mrs. William E. Krall 75V2 acres, seven acres and a small strip of land on Mud Lick of Dusk Camp. Mr. and Mrs, John Conner and others grant to I.H. Shuman six lots in Camden Flats Addition No. 2. Opal Goff and others grant to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Perkins  1A interest in off, gas and other minerals underlying 148 acres on Anthony's Fork of Mill Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Roland E. Conrad grant to J.W. Perrill V2 interest to oil and gas underlying 32 acres on Dusk Camp and .5 acres in Gilrner County and .225 acres on Sycamore Run. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nutter grants to Mr. and Mrs. Avin S. Reed 1A interest to minerals underlying 206.5 acres on Steer Run, 43 acres on Lynn Camp fork of Peach Tree Run, 38.9 acres in Camden Flats and 27.6 acres in Gilmer County. Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Davis grants to Lady B. Walton and others .2 interest in oil and gas underlying 88 acres and 101 acres on Crooked Fork of Steer Creek. Estate of Miss Margaret Huddieston [lived to be 105 years of age] 207 Church St., Spencer, WV Saturday, June 18,1977 at 9:30 a.m. Entire two-story household of antique, collectors' items and personal property will sell. Nothing withheld. Many items l belonged to the deceased parents. Prominent family. If interested in partial listing write to: Robert J. Butcher 109 Brooklyn Dr. Glenville, WV 26351 for sale bill or phone [304] 462-7409, and request same. Disregard rumors or innuendoes before or on day of sale. Please come. Not responsible for accidents or merchandise after sold. Food available. Terms:Cash, Check accepted with proper ID. Administratrix: Mrs. Gilbert Reed Auctioneer: Robert J. Butcher ESTATE AUCTION Estate of Miss Margaret Huddleston, who lived to be 105 years of age. Saturday June 18- 9:30 a.m. 207 Church St., Spencer, WV ANTIQUES Dining table w/ 6 matching chairs; other stylish straight chairs; buffet; cupboards; pie safe; wall-to-floor cabinets; wash stands; gate-leg table; asst. of other stands and tables; marble top chest w/ mirror; other chests and dressers; trunks; wardrobes; marble top and other type desks; chaise lounge; platform rockers; small and other styles of rockers; armchairs; love seat w/platform rocker and 2 straight chairs; hall tree; shelves; Currier and Ives and other lovely pictures; mirrors; steeple clock; toys; sewing machines; large school bell; Alad brass and other oil lamps; books; wood and metal beds; 3 pc. cut glass; depression, fostoria, crystal and other glassware; several pieces nice china; Hull and other pottery. Many other items. This is a large sale. Admrtx: Mrs. Gilbert Reed Auctioneer: Robert J. Butcher Ph. Glenville 462-7409 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jenio grant to Mr. and Mrs. Leo. P. Hinzman a lot in Camden Flats. Mr. and Mrs. James Danny Bennett grant to Robert R. Jones 1/6 interest in oil and gas underlying 66 acres near Sand Fork. J.H. Shuman grants to Chloe Sprouse a lot in Cam'den Flats Addition No.2. Mr. and Mrs. Shirley McCumbers grant to Mr. and Mrs. Russell B. Duelley .3 acres on Grass Run. Mr. and Mrs. Goff Summers and Mr. and Mrs. Landus Rhoades grant to Mr. and Mrs. James Oppe a lot in the Northview Addition. Anita Wright grants to Juanita Wright nine lots in or near Glenville and 106 acres, 180 acres and 198 acres on Grass Run. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Riddle and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McPherson grant to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gillespie one acre on Jones Cabin Run of Bull Fork. Mr. and Mrs. Barrie John Bell grant to Vincent E. Palone 55.6 acres on Burks Run of Stewarts Creek. Marriage License Applications Frankie Andrew Tomblin. 20, of Sand Fork and Mary Grace Hanson, 21 of Sand Fork. Cox's Mill News Rev. Robert Jones has been very sick at his home. We are sorry you have been ill again, and hope and pray you will soon be better. On June 1 the prayer and Bible study was held at the home of Ralph Lockard. A nice crowd attended; Irene Ware taught the lesson. The next meeting will be June 8 at Mr. and Mrs. Opal Townsend's. Toots Shackleford has returned from the University Hospital at Morgantown where she underwent surgery for a broken hip. She is much improved. We wish you a speedy recovery, Toots. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Racy Emerson were, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Langford Of Lorain, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lynch of Parkersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ware, Mark and Craig of Dayton, Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Adams, Beth and Beverly were visiting Page and Reba Ware over the holidays. Mrs. May Stallrnan, 85 of Cox's Mill is a patient in the Spencer Hospital. She's very ill following a stroke. III Obituaries Mrs. Dale Rollins Mrs. Betty Jean Rollins, 44, of Stouts Mills. died at 10 p.m. Friday, June 3. due to an automobile accident. She was born in Gilmer County April 1. 1933. a daughter of the late James and Opal Cottrill McCullough. She was first married to Robert C. Clifton, Jr., then married Benjamin S. Conrad and later married Dale Rollins. Surviving the first marriage are two sons, James Clifton of Canton, Ohio: and Robert Clifton of Elyria, Ohio. Surviving the second marriage are two sons. Charles and David Conrad both of Ripley: there are six grandchildren. She held membership in the Turkey Fork Baptist Church. Funeral services were held Monday, June 6 at the Dusk Camp Methodist Church with Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick officiating. She was buried in the Dusk Camp Cemetery. George W. McQuain George William McQuain. 78, of Clarksburg died Wednesday, June 1 in Clarksburg's United Hospital Center where he had been critically ill since May 17. He was rushed to the hospital after an unexpected heart attack. McQuain. who was born in Gilmer by Thelma Shackleford [ NEW OR USED CAR ! | ' OR TRUCK? ' I I | On something as important as I | purchasing a new or used vehicle, it I I just makes good sense to see the I I dealer who sells in volume, and by i I being in a rural ares can sell for leas. I Mr. and Mrs. Hayward Childers of Elizabeth were visiting friends and relatives on Sunday May 29. They were also at the Horn Creek cemetery for Memorial Day. Memorial Day weekend visitors of Rema Burton were: Mr. and Mrs, Charles L'angford and Jeff of Painesville, Ohio; Mr, and Mrs. Bud Burton and son of Weston; Mr. and Mrs. Bell Shobe, Lisa and Linn of Orrville, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McCullough, Lori, Ann and Rodney of Elyria, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Greenleaf of Cambridge, Ohio; Jim Cox of Orrville, Ohio; Port Adams of Chesapeake, Ohio; Larry Adams of Elyria, Ohio; Hayden Greenleaf of New Milton; Mr. and Mrs. Ron Burton and Toby and Mr. and Mrs. Junior Burton and family all of Cox's Mill. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Adams were Luzette Matheny, Elva Adams and Kathleen Sheets of Troy. Reba and Irene Ware were at the Good Hope cemetery on May 28 to decorate the graves of their parents Jessie and Ila Bowler. Mr. end and chfldrs County in Cox's Creek Tip the everything Angeles. Located Behind Towne Book- store. Directly Across from Post, loafs, a P Gilmer County Volunteer Fire COLOR8XI0 FAMIL Y PORT the most treasured possession of your caP Telephone \\; / Lewis McQuain. He was married to Lucre Locke of Weston, who survives. The following brothers and sisters also survive: Mrs. Eunice E. Wi of Portland. Ore.: Mrs. Aubrev Curtis of Monticello, Fla.; Miss Myra McQuain of Phoenix, Ariz.; T. Bryan McQuain of Dayton. Ohio and Perry H. McQuain of Manchester, Tenn. Services were held Saturday morning, June 4 in the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. Clarks- burg, with the Roy. Father Larry Dorsch celebrating the Mass of Christian burial. Interment was in Cove Stouts Mill WV Rt. 5 Glerwille and 74 Monte Carlo Landau 73 Chew Nova SS, 4 75 GMC -ton H.D., 4 wd P Machpelah Cemetery, Weston. Just of 1-79-Take Rt. 19 Nmh at Weston-Buckhannon Exit Show Starts--8:50 Now through Thursday--Walt Disney's "THE SHAGGY D.A." G Et "The Treasure of ........... .e.t.a._cX_m.'.'_ .......... 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Right in the front of your phone b()k is the Call Guide. And it's packed with all kinds of infomaation about your phone. Useful infi)rmation that can save you time and money. Like when and how to place the least expensive long distance calls. A complete list of area codes, too. S(1 you won't have to tx)ther dialing for that information. Read "Telephone Tips" and learn a lot of ways to use your phone more efficiently, Like what to do if you reach a wrong number (let the operator know immediately so you on t be charged for it). Or how to we money when you move get all your. extensions installed at once and save the cost of extra I I We have a group of employees i County was a lawyer in the firm of | who try very hard to keep you happy I Steptoe and Johnson since 1934. He I with your vehicle. ' I was a-corporate lawyer with extensive I " l and gas. ell CEV OLDS EEP : ! He was both vice president and a 16091 Harrisviile, WV I board member of the Kanawha Union i We, re not very far from where you  Bank in Glenville. As a young man he * served as a deputy sheriff in Gilmer l arel : County. He was a gradutate of the I Parkarsburg 422-1051 I I Harrisville643-2927 i Glenville Academy and graduated ................ .. from West Virginia University's College of Law in 1933. He was a member of the Board of For Me re In ng.ht Directors of Union National Bank in ,,0 Ca ll. Any tion for" Industrial Development of Harrison County, secretary of the 1 K Irom me Degllmmgo Benedum Airport Authority and 1 president of the Central West Virginia Transit Authority. He was a son of Thomas and Jessie