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Page 6--The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder--Thursday, June 13, 1991 JESSIE STONEKING Association Coal Co. at FISHER Copperstone Mine. Jessie Stoneking Fisher, 84, of He is survived by his wife, Lorain, Ohio, died Tuesday, June Shrilda Gibson; two sons, Arthur 4, 1991, at her daughter's home H.GibsonofAubumandJedidiah following an extended illness. Gibson of Newbeme; three daugh- She was horn August 21, 1906, ters, Juanita Gibson of Lorado, in Glenville, a daughter of the late Patricia Wolfe at Lititz, Permsyl- Albert and Susan Stoneking.vania, and Cathy Gibson of Au- Her husband, Hey B, Fisher,bum; one brother, Thomas Bailey preceded her in death December of Fairmont; three sisters, Sue 6, 1961. Davii:Ison of Auburn, Loucil Surviving are one daughter, Eva Sutphin of Bumt House and Ber- MaePugh, Lorain, with whom she lin Adams of Cleveland; two lived with for 30 years; one sister, grandsons; and two granddaugh= Opal Travis, West Milford, and ters. six grandchildren and 11 great- Services were held Friday, June grandchildren 7, at the Cox's Mills Church of She was also preceded in death God with the Rev. Harmon by one brother, William Stoneking, Osborne officiating. Burial was in and two sisters, Mary Mullins, and the Lawford Cemetery. Blanche Handschumacher. Mrs. Fisher was a resident of Glenville until 38 years ago when OMAR GODFREY Omar Godfrey, 86, of Stump- she moved to Lorain. She was a town, died Friday, June7, 1991,at housewifeandmotherandenjoyed Calhoun General Hospital in her family and bingo. Funeral services were arranged Grantsville after a long illness. by Hempel Funeral Home, He was hom in Rosedale, ason Amherst, Ohio. of the late John R. and Emma Ramsey Godfrey. He was retired from Mclntosh and Grimm Co. with 42 years of service. Survivors include two daugh- ters, Dortha Osborne of Stump- town and Geraldine Godfrey of Akron, Ohio; and one sister, Thelma Sears of Stumptown. He was preceded in death by his wife, Monnie Godfrey, in 1984. Services were held Monday, June 10, at the Stump Funeral Home in Grantsville. Burial was in Collins Community Cemetery. ARTHUR L. GIBSON Arthur L. Gibson, 58, of Newheme, died Wednesday, June 5,1991, at United Hospital Center in Clarksburg. He was born in Boone County, a son of Joe Gibson of Davin and the late Stella Bailey Gibson. He was a member of the Cox's Mills Church of God. He was employed as a coal miner with the Eastern ~adn9 The Sounds of Ufe HEARING TEST SET FOR GLENVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA Electronic Hearing Test will be given at the Hotel Conrad on June 19, 1991 from 2:00 pm. to 4:00 p.m. by !~. Kemper Hyre, Headng Aid Specialist. BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICE 442-A W. Pike St. Clarksburg, WV 26301 1~1, Beltom Becemic= ~lion JOAN Y. ISAYNE Joan Y. Layne, 69, of Glen- ville, died Tuesday, June 4, 1991, in the Charleston Area Medical Center, following an extended ill- ness. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Bennett and Son : Monuments & Markers Buy Direct & Save Salesman (Commissions) " Route 5 E. of Grantsville Phone 354-6162 Sunday & Monday by Appointment . In side Display ." A Clove Drug Member Kodak Colorwatch System Film Developing Russell Stover Candies HOURS: 8:30-6:30 Mon.-Fri. 8:30-2:00 Sat. Business 462-8300---Home 462-7695 32 E. Main St., Glenville Clove Healthcare Equipment--Rental & Sales Monoqahela Power Part of the Allegheny Power System Hiney Cemetery trustees saythanks Americare-Glenville News She was born ifi Barbour ThetrusteesoftheHineyCem- County, October7, 1921,adaugh- etery wish to thank all those who :: ter of the late Herman V. and Ha- gave for the upkeep of the Cem- zel L. Hailer Viquesney. She was etery. Those who donated to the a homemaker and a member of the fence fund are: Irene Riffle, Violet r Good Shepherd Catholic Church. Looman,GladysMessenger, Steve She is survived by her husband, and Winnie Frye, Jack Lowther, EugeneLane;twodaughters,Terry Mr. and Mrs. Jim Montgomery Helen Fox of Orlando, Florida, and Ray Herren. and Sharon Y. Rifle and husband Those who built the fence are: :'- Jim of Glenville; three sons, Mar- Worthy Helmick, Henry Howes, tin J. Lane and wife Mary ofOkla- Bud Messenger, Ray Herren,Mark homa City, Oklahoma, and Gary Montgomery and Russell Wiant. R. Lane and wife Karen and Gary Those donaung money to paint Eugene, all of Glenville; six grand- the church roof and repair the bell children; three special daughters, towerare: RosalieMcHenry, Stada Carolyn S. Taylor, Marilyn Col- Lowther, Virginia Hinzman lins and Linda Barchesky, all of Anderson, Wanda Wiant Goff, Charleston; two sisters, Mrs. Keith Paul Collins, Rex Jr. Wiant, Mary A. (Jean) Cunningham of Potomac, L. Gibson, Velma Nickelson Stew- Maryland and Mrs. Paul (June) an, Louena James, Eamestine Rice ofElkins. Bibbee, Marie Conrad, Earlin She was preceded in death by Lowther, Gib Shackleford, W. H. one son-in-law, Robert E. Fox; Fidler, Betty Fidler Hopkins, The As part of the National Nursing Home and one brother, Martin L. Lowthers, The Nidas, Marie Americare-Gienville, the Gilmer County Stemple. Rogers, Richard Cole, Perry Lee invited to a luncheon at the facility on Friday, Mass of Christian Burial was Pritt, BillRadcliff, CecilLowther, attendance were first row-left to right: Rita Ki celebrated Saturday, June 8, at the Bud Lowther, Gladys Messenger, naker and Carol Wolfe. Second row" Lane Smith Good Shepherd Catholic Church Mabel Spore Lough, Raymond Kenneth Smith. with Father Arnold Lang as eel- Spore, Jim and Sarah Smarr, Erest ebrant. Burial was in the Broad Bibbee, R. L. Davis, HowardJune is filled with special ac- ing the birds eaL Run Cemetery, Jane Lew. Dennison,Lee Keesucker, Wilbun tivities at Americare-Glenville. On your help. Shackleford,JimE.Rose, Wendell Friday, June 14, at 1:45 p.m., we LOUISA MOYERS Grose, W. R. Hiney, Leroy willbe celebrating Flag Day with National Louisa Moyers, 90, of Cedar- Langfem, Roland Cole, Freddie a red/white/blue ice cream social A Big ville, Gilmer County, died Men- Helmick, Jean King, Joe Radcliff, in the dining room. day, June 10, 1991, at Calhoun Eric Riddle, Jesse A. Keith, Ha- Sunday, June 16, is Father's National General Hospital in Grantsville, reid Lowther and Nikki Frashure. Day, and we will be honoring our was a g following an extended illness. Special thanks to all those who fathers with a pic social beginning to all who She was born November 30, met and mowed the cemetery and at 2:00 p.m. in the dining room. and effort to 1900, in Gilmer County, adaugh- made it look so nice. Anyone wish- The facility will be providing week for the ter of the late Harrison G. Conrad ing to give a donation for the up- lemon meringue pie, ice cream thanks extended and Vietta Greenleaf Conrad. keep of the cemetery in any way and drinks. Several staff members ementary Set On June 16, 1917, she married please give or send to Mrs. Jim are oing to bake pies to help BobButcher Charlic B. Moyers, who preceded Montgomery, Linn, W.V.,thetrea- provideavariety, andfamilymem- pets to the her in death February 16, 1972. surer, hers are invited to bring in their Mastronardi, Surviving are one daughter, resident's favorite pie when they Harvey, Mrs. Mildred Mullins, Philippi; come to the social. If you wish to mittee and the one son, Charles J. Moyers, Ce- . k" eat lunch with your loved one at crat fc 11:30 am. on Father's Day, please darville, and six grandchildren and Senior Corner contact the business office by Fri- In 11 great-grandchildren. She was also preceded in death day, June 14. by one daughter, Genevieve Calendar Inconjunctionwiththecelebra- Luzader, one sister and four broth- tion of our Appalachian culture, June 6 was ers. Food and Craft Sale musicians and dancers participat- sistance Day. Mrs. Moyers was the last sur- TheGilmerCountySeniorCen- ing in the WV State Folk Festival aside to viving member of her immediate terwillbe serving roast beefsand- will be entertaining in the dining express our family, ahomemaker and a mem- wiches, hot dogs, potato salad and room on Saturday, June 22. The loving, berofthe DawsonBaptistChurch. baked beans on Saturday, June 22, festivities should begin at approxi- health c ScrviceswcreWednesday, Juneduring the Folk Festival. Thecen- mately 12:30 p.m. Wc arc very residents that liVC 12,atDawsonBaptistChurchwith ter will also be selling crafts all fortunate that this t cat is We reco the Elder James Epling and Elder day during the Festival. becoming an annual event. Lisa Allen Charles Fisherofficiafing. Burial On June 23, 1982, GlcnviUe dys Burton, was in Cedarville Cemetery.Will Clinic Health Care Facility opened its Betty Cottrell, "The North Central W.V. Legal doorsforthefirsttimc Inhon0rof LindaCox MILDRED G. STONEMAN Aid Society will be coming to the ourninthanniversary.,Americarc- Dean, Mary Mildred G. Stoncman, 74, ofGilmer County Senior Center on Glcnvillc willcclebratc Saturday, Edwards, Susan Mentor, Ohio, died Friday, June l, July l8foraWillClinic.Ifanyone June 22, and Sunday, June 23, Bigson, Meliss 1991 at Meridia Euclid Hospital is interested, weneed youtosign with an opcn house. Lunch will bc Frame. following a long illness, up at the Center this month so we served at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, Sallie Mrs. Stoneman was born Pete- can send them a list of names. June 22, to allow for preparation lough. ber 23, 1916, in Glcnville, the for the Folk Festival activities to daughter of Wise and Esta (Furr) bc held at the facility. Brenda Shiflet, and married Richard A. ney, Dcbbic Stoncman in Ripley, New York, Lockney News HELP:: sons, Angie on May4, 1935. Once again we must ask for Linda Riffle, She had been in the restaurant donations of birdseed. Although Patricia,( and catering business for many Louise Collins had an appointment many people do not feed the birds Smith, Jeannette with Dr. Khoury at Gramsville this during the summermonths, weare Stewart, Man years, having owned her own res- week and he gave her shots for her going to try to do so because sev- Wilson, Bob taurant. Survivors include her husband, feet and she said they felt better, eral of our residents enjoy watch- Yeager. Jean Queen is still having blood Richard A. Stoneman Sr. of Men- tests. Herblood ishardtogetfixed for for; one son, Richard A. Stoneman the operation. The doctor finds that Jr. of Mentor; two granddaugh- she is a free bleeder and they are Celebration of Cooper ters, Marlene Stoneman of trying to check it. Painesville, Ohio and Kathleen Well, the potato bugs sure are tak- StonemanofHambdenTownship;ing over. I have been taking them off x.,emetery =mprovements one great grandson, Joshuaand puuing them in gas, so I know Stoncman of PainesviUe, Ohio; they won't be back on my potatoes. A celebration is planned at the as well as those two sisters, Irene Langford of GI- They say this is a new bug. I use Blue Derrick Restaurant, Main Street, Virginia. cnville and Mary Rudy of Lehigh Dragon and I put it on with my hands and so far l have the prettiest potatoes Glenville, Saturday, July 6, at Following Acres, Florida; one brother,I have ever seen If we get some rain, 11:30 a.m. by those who partici- cemetery, the Stanley Shiflet of Lady Lake, ourgardens will be OK. But thecab- pared in refencing and restoring etery and the Florida. She was preceded in dcath bage are no good. I have worked on themarkersattheoldCoopcrCcm-James Harvey by one daughter, Karane Brougher them with everything I know to do, ctery located near the confluence planned. After and one sister, Maddie Davis. but the little worm has taken over. of Tanner Creek and Jesse's Run will be going Graveside services were heldDoes anyone know some other way? last summer. This will also be an Farm on Monday, June 3, at the LamedMrs. Grace Stewart has been in the opportunity to become acquainted refreshments. Cemetery, Mentor, Ohio, withhospital. She was having trouble kecp_ or reacquainted and to discuss An Rev. Gerald D. Kalb of the ing her food on her stomach. Shehas roOtS. Reservations have been group for the her grandson and his wife taking care Painesville United Methodistof her. She isin wonderful handsand made by relatives living in Geor- and the Church officiating, gets a lot of love. We sure hope she gia, Florida, NewYork, Delaware, gets better so she can come back home. Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, abaugh at Martha and Orville Britton from +_ Weston were in to visit Mr. and Mrs. Jt;NE,,- Ernest Stewart, and she said she loves DAV donates van to to read the Lockney news, and thats what we like to hear. The Senior Citizens bus Tuesday vets needing trans had five on it, and they were Flossie Stump, Ernest Stewart, Alma Stew- :_ art, May Smyer and Olenia Furr. Area veterans need not worry dinator at the Laura Starkevabout transportation to and from Medical 354-7533 the Clarksburg Department of In Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical DAVe Center for treatment. That VA portation medical facility recently received provided to a van from the one-million-mem- mile area. They ber, nonprofit Disabled American expand that Gilmer CountyVolunteer Fire Deptartment will Veterans (DAV). volunteer The v !n will he driven by a Area be sponsoring Bingo during the Folk Festival. corps oflOcal volunteers organized by the DAV and its auxiliary, within the Heading up the effort is Walt W. contact Heywood, hospital service coor- 623-7623. June 21 and 22 at 6 P.M. (Old Glenville Ford Sales Bldg.) MEMBER Main St. Gienville ,i i CASH PRIZES All proceeds go towards purchase of new fire truck NATIONAL NEWSPAPER