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8 The Glenvme Democrat/Patlfflnder lun., 24. I,q76 Burnsville Dam a year from completion the dam unless some small industry 'Td say there will be some decides to locate here. A oroject like this is sometimes an enticement for small industry to move in. They like to locate in a place where there's recreation available for their person- nel. "But most of the development around a project like this results from the initiative of the local people. I don't think you'U get too many people coming in from the outside and setting up a store or motel. I could see some local people setting up businesses to provide services for campers or fishermen." he say.s Burnsville is a town that has already undergone some change, since 1-79 was routed directly through the town. But with the dam just two miles on the other side of town more growth is bound to come. development in Burnsville because of the project." says Odale. "i think there's plans down there to build a new service station and restaurant complex. That may be more a result of 1-79 coming through, but t think the dam is a contributing factor. There again, that's a local interest that will be developing this." An ecological problem Odale maintains that the lake and accompanying recreational sites will provide a pleasing environmental atmosphere. His engineers have encountered only one major ecological problem and he blames that on the mountains that surround the dam. The corps had to cut off the side of a mountain which now slopes down to the dam's outlet channel. There is a natural geologic erosion on the ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.::.:::::.::5::::.:.:::::5 5"::;::::5:':;::5:::::;:;:::::::::::::::::::::'::::::::5 :-: MOODY'S MOBILE HOMES Rt. 33-119 -- 4 miles west of Weston A Complete Selection of Quality Built Homes 12-wides 14-wldes double wides and modular on display Each home fully displayed and lighted for your shopping convenience OPEN FRIDAY TEL 8:00 PM Phone 269-1510 Member of W.Va. Mobile Home Association :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::...:::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.::::::::.::::::::::::::::::::.:::.:::.:::::.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: (Continued from Page 1} mountains in the area. So, when the hillside is cut away the danger of slides is increased, interstate highway engineers have the same problem. "I,uckily, we haven't had any major slides over there." says Odale, "We've been pretty well able to re-establish the natural grass and we'll probably do some future work on the drainage to keep the hillside in place and keep it as aesthetically pleasing as possible." Retired teacher wins spelling bee Mrs. 1,ottie Parker. a retired teacher, from Smilhville was first pla(:e winner in the Folk Festival Mc(;uffey Spelling Bee held Friday afternoon t Trinity United Methodist (]hnrch. Mrs. Lucy Westfall of (;assaway took second place. And Mrs. Hazel tturst of lane Lew. a former (;lenville resident, tied for third place with Mrs. Marge Chesney of Chicago, Marge accompanied her husband to the festival. He loves guitar and came for "the pickin". Dr. Barbara Tedford, professor of English at GSC. chaired the event. lodges were Leo Langford. Genevieve McDaniel, and Helen James. Mrs. Lovie Frymier Funeral services for Mrs. Lovie Mac Frymier, 71, of Tanner, who died Thursday, were held Saturday at the Mt. Liberty Methodist Church, near Tanner. The Rev. Glendon McKee officiated, with burial in the church cemetery. She was born in Gilmer County, daughter of the late Jasper Lee and Nancy Ann Ware Jones. She was a member of the Mt. Liberty Methodist Church. She is survived by her husband, Clayton Frymier; one daughter, Mrs. Augustine Frame of Tanner; three sons, Hubert and John, both of Tanner and Fred of Glenville; 26 grandchildren and 27 great-grandchildren. Mrs. Karl "Hattie" Pickens Funeral services were held at the Hastings Funeral Home in Morgan- town June 12 for Mrs. Karl "Hattie" Pickens, who died June 9 in a Morgantown hospital. The daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Wigner, she was born at Latonia, W.Va., but since her marriage in 1919 she had lived at Morgantown, where she was a member of the Baptist Church and active in the women's church activities. In addition to her husband, Mrs. Pickens is survived by three sisters. Mrs. Lenna and Mrs. Pearl Marshall, and Eula Wigner; by three daughters, Waneta {Mrs. Wendall Swank} College Station. Texas; Geraldine (Mrs. Charles Wehner} Kingwood, W. Va.; and Mrs. Lois Taylor, Coral Springs. Florida; and by eleven grandchildren and one great granddaughter. AUCTION AT., JULY 3, 1976 STARTING AT 10 A.M. COVE MOTORS SAND FORK BETWEEN GLEN VILLE & BURNSVILLE ON RT. 5 '72 ,00IIEVi STATION WAGON A.C.- R- H - PS - PB - RADIALS - TINTED GLASS '70 DODGE DART 6 cyl. Auto. '70 BUICK LE SABRE 2 dr. HT '57 CHEVROLET (Sharp) '63 DODGE PICK-UP W/69 MOTOR Bucket Seats. Auto. '72 DODGE MONACO BROUGHAM AC-PS-PB-PW -CC -R/H Tempoe,ey Regi00/e,/ion & 'T' Pl, m Ave#able On 0 g00le! AUCTIONEERS: JERRY STOUT & ROY SKINNER TERMS: CASH OR CERT, IFIED CHECK. PERSONAL CHECKS ACCEPTED WITH LETTER OF CREDIT FROM BANK. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. Among the grandchildren present at the funeral were two granddaugh- ters from Washington, D.C. and another from Brooklyn, N.Y. and a grandson from Chicago, Ill. Another grandson was unable to be present because he was graduating from law school at Stanford University on that day. Hey S. Keith. Sr. Hey S. Keith, Sr.. 57, of Stouts Mills. died at his home Tuesday. He was born in Gilmer County, a son of the late Opha and Hazel McHenry Keith. He was an employee of the Kinney Shoe Factory, Glenville formerly a coal miner and an employee of the local hardware store in Glenville. an Army veteran of World War li and was a Protestant by faith. He is survived by his wife, Audrey Rogers Keith; one son, Hey S. Jr., of Sand Fork; five daughters, Mrs. Hazel McCord, Mrs. Virginia Self, and Mrs. Lula Belle Godfrey, all of Stouts Mills. Mrs. Loretta Hayhurst of Weston and Miss Navella Keith at home; seven half-brothers. Deward, Woodrow. both of Linn: Dennis of Massillon, Ohio. Orpha Keith of Linn; Lawrence Keith and Orville Keith, both of Cleveland, Ohio, and ]esse {Ace} Keith of Stouts Mills, two half-sisters. Mrs. Goldie Freshure of Linn, and Mrs. Marie Rogers of Sand Fork; two step- brothers. Howard and Wellington McHenry, both of Ohio and 13 grandchildren. Funeral services were held last Thursday with burial in the Church of God of Prophecy Cemetery at Dusk Camp. 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. Your Home Improvements Storm Doors, aluminum or white finish with Safety Glass Storm Windows, aluminum or white finish. Awnings, eight colors, any size FREE ESTIMATES MADE AT %RO }ite ARLIE AYERS or KENNETH WHIPKEY Grantsville, WV Merrill Route 1, Thursday Rockingham Harrisonburg. Born Conings, W. Henry and His wife. He was s and a United He att Harrisonburg. He is Mrs. Ann and Mrs. one son, Dr. Gauley Bridge, Thurman and Stanley one sister, Conings, and Funeral Sunday at Methodist Brannon Gilmer CountY, MrS. Mrs. Sil]sr former Sunday, June Nursing 78 when she She was Braxtor late Arran Bishop. Her Dobbins die husband Vessie Other daughters: Mrs. Rt. 2, Dover "Imogene" Mrs. Pearl Tonawanda, Minney of Elyria, Lynchburg, V Also William Missou "Pina" Miller ( Hall. She was Ba June 15. ART & Come Mountain Cedar Ripley, Send In newals \\; FOR MY IT'S KANAWHA BANK You'll find the people at our experts in financial advice. If interested in a Savings Plan, a ing Account or a Home Im Loan, visit us. And, when you a financial problem, we will extra help. Free Parking Facilities for Kanawha U nion GlenviUe