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8 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder July 15, 1976 :; Obituaries i lzura Alnrskll d/us at age 100 Laura Ethel Marshall, 100, of Glenville, died Monday at the Calhoun County General Hospital after a long illness. She was born Sept. 27, 1875, a daughter of the late Lorenza Dew and Columbia Snyder McVaney. i ill Before you buy, Check our Prices and Workmanship BENNETT & SON MONUMENTS %'Display Yard at 440 High St. Grantsville, W. Va. 354-6162 THE 4 i STORES She is survived by two sens, Corley Marshall of West Milford and Charles L. of Stouts Mill; one daughter, Mrs. Lucille Marshall Hall of Glenville with whom she lived: one sister, Mrs. C.C. Snodgrass of South Charleston: one brother, D,D. McCullough of Buckhannon; 16 grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren and eight great- great-grandchildren. She was pre- ceded in death by her husband, Charles E. Marshall, and four brothers, She was a member of the Presbyterian Church in Burnsville. Funeral services were held last Thursday, July 8 in Otterbein Cemetery. Mrs. Lillian Sprlngston Mrs. Lillian Springston, 70, of Tanner, W.Va., died Monday after- noon at St. Joseph Hospital following an extended illness. Mrs. Springston was born in Tanner, Jan. 12, 1906, a daughter of the late George and Maude Fling. She was a member of the Tanner United Brethren Church. ALL Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Betty Carter of Muskegon, Mich. and Mrs. Willa Jean Frymier of Parkers- burg;one son, Jerry Ross Springston of Little Hocking, O.; two sisters, Mrs. Mae Carper of Del Ray Beach, Fla. and Mrs, Georgia Neill of Erie, Pa.; three brothers. Chester of Tanner, Chase of Erie, Pa., and Forrest of Elyria, O.; and five grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ross, two sisters and one brother. Funeral services were held last Thursday, July 8 in the Tanner Chapel. Rev. Terry Wine officiated. She was buried in the Roseville Cemetery on Bull fork. Thomas H. Wilson Thomas H. Wilson, 78, of Massillon, O., formerly of Glenville, died Tuesday at the Massillon City Hospital. He was born in Glenville, son of the late Luther and Lillie Jones Wilson. He was a member of the Glenville Church of Christ. A former Glenville policeman, he retired after working as a retired attendant at Massillon State Hospital. WESTON He is survived by his wife, Mamie Greenlief Wilson: and one sister, Mrs. Pearl Woodyard, both of Massillon. Funeral services were held Friday, July 9, at the Spureon Mortuary in Glenville with the Rev. Vernon W. Kernes officiating. Burial was in the Stalnaker Cemetery. Waldo I. Butler Waldo J. Butler, 55, an active Kipton, Ohio resident, died June 27, 1976 in the Cleveland Clinic following a five year illness. He lived at 13735 Vermillion Road. Born in Orton, W,V., he lived in the Kipton area for 29 years. He owned and operated the Butler's Carry Out Store for 23 years. As the first chief of police, he helped in the incorporation of Kipton, He was also a former constable of Kipton. He was a member of the Kipton Baptist Church and assisted in the organization of the Kipton Sportsmen's Club. Surviving are his wife, the former Phyllis Hanlin of Tanner, W.Va. to whom he was married 31 years; two sons. Larry of Wakeman, O. Kenneth of Avon Lake, O; two grandchildren, Tammy Jo and Douglas Butler; four 00OLLA00 , SALE CONTINUES THRU SATURDAY, JULY 17 .k ,,, SAVINGS WILL SKYROCKET : , CLEARANCE!! K:: H:cN FaOtwwELsven SWIMSUITS & BIKINIS Cotton, Multi-Stripe 3/1.00 Reg. 98 Terry, Reg. 7.95 to 9.99 5.99 Woven Design, Reg. 10.95 to 12.99 .99, 2/1.00 Reg. 13.95 to 16.95 'O III i 'q : SLIP-ONS QUILTED BEDSPREADS REG. $24 Luxurious full bed size spreads., machine washable, tumble dry. MEN'S WRANGLER JEANS Reg. 11.49 14 oz. flare leg jeans. Reg. 10.49 14 oz. western cut jeans. Floral pattern in gold, blue or rose. 76 sisters, Mrs. Homer (Ethel} Sullivan of Irene Graflon, O., Mrs. W.L. {Roxie} Demme home of Parkersburg W.Va., Mrs. Otho and (Marie} Wilson of Elyria, O., Mrs. and Eldon {Evalena} Baber of Poway, Calif.: their Three brothers ]ennings and Blaine of July 11 Normantown, W.Va., and Denzil of The Moundsville. W. Vs. coming Services were at the Gerber There wil] Funeral Home, Wakema, O. on dish Wednesday, June 30. Rev. Kenneth Our Wilson officiated. Burial was in families Camden Cemetery. Nicholas TANNER July 4 visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bush were Mr. and Mrs. Don Byrd and children, Phillis, Kim, David and Charlie; Mrs. Norms Amen and children, Jimmy and Aneta; Mr. and Mrs. Fraqk Ferguson and children, Cheryle, Frank and Katie; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bush and children, Fanda, Carla, Charlie, Jeff and DeAnna; Mr.and Mrs. Rusty Bush and daughter, Lisa; Gary Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cain. July 4 visitors at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. James Stalnaker and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Cain were Mr. and Mrs. James Bee, Canton, Ohio. July 4 visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Stalnaker were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nicholson, Mr. and Mrs. Oren Hess and Mr. and Mrs. Israel Nicholson. Mrs. Gertrude Bush's sister, Loretta Goff, visited her this week. Mr. and Mrs, Kenny Ferguson end sons, Buddy and Shannon. from California visited his mother Mrs. Kathloen Lydick this week. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ferguson visited them this weekend. Relatives visiting Mrs. Anna Robinson this week were Mr. and Mrs. Helen Pritt; Mr. and Mrs. Pete Pritt and daughter, Barbara: Mr. and Mrs. James Mastroine and son, Michael. Michael is her great-great-grandson. Mr. and Mrs, Bill Hardman, Cleveland, Ohio, visited Mrs. Anaa Robinson of Tanner. Mr. and Mrs. James Stalnaker of Cox's Mills and Mrs. Opal Bee of Weston this weekend. Mrs. Irene Hogue has returned home from the hospital. puttin up get his gas wells Mr. son went Mr. and Grimes and visiting the Grimes Flint. Hazel list for better. Saint soon as Debbie mother Mrs. Ronnie The be held plenty to welcome. singers will l should practice homecoming. Barberton, Mr. Pal Mr. and Mr. daugher, Akron, grandson spend a Mr. Thelma Weston Mrs. the Weston. Mrs. ONE TO SUITEVERYBOD Y'S NEED Mrs. Chuck Cole home Holly Park Windsor Norris Sharon Freedom W.Va. and Double-Wide Hom and 4 Choose from velvet print slip-on., Mr. or blue denim fringed slip-ons sons from weekend at l with belt loops, pocket & con- Hinter's. rast stitching. Both have rope June Hinter, soles. Sizes 5 to 10 death of CANNON WHITE MUSUN BEST SERVICE MOVE AND SET UP Mrs. NO-IRON MUSLIN SHEETS OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK returned SUNDAY 1-5 after ALE BELKNAP relatives. MOBILE HOMES, Twin Flat & Fitted 2.98   INC. the childrelts Phone 364-5608 Remember t Rt. 4 lust offl-79 all news Double Flat & Fitted 3.69 2/$di Take Gassaay-Sutton Exits /$8 L  V} Sizes 29 to 42 $10 Queen Flat & Fitted 4.692 Toward Gassaway Gassaway WV p.m. On King Flat & Fitted 7.95 2/$14 Opposite Braxton County Armory deadline .... Cann Have your MATCHED KITCHE,N ENSEMBLES P,ilow r --mmlalaami= "WINDOWPANE CHECK & '"FRUIT BUCKET" CHALET,DECORATORRoYAL LACE',TOWELScHARLESTON/" Cases 42"x36" 2.38 $2pr.,j , in ] REG. 1.29-1.39 DISH TOWELS 1.OO F,'mREE, WEOGEWOOO sowuET, I Spedol eurtS=$e [ It PUBLIC. . ! REG. 69,-79, DISH CLOTHS '/1o00 Bath Towels I Dessm Fleming i REG. 6949 POT HOLDERS 2/1.OO ] I Sunnyside on old , , 2/$5 OO i , , 3 miles west of W Little Girls Wear . .. " I Saturday, Summer Tops & Shorts l.Jbrts, I NO IRON FASHION PRINT M JS .Ir00ll i st++t+0+ +,10:00 Waffle Weave orts, Tubes&If alters CANNON' MATCHING | $1 O0 ea TWIN DOUBLE QUEEN White Oak Bed, Old Rocker, Reed Rocker=, SHEETS FLAT & FLAT & FLAT & PILLOW | StoneJug.WhiteHouseVinegarJers. lronKettle. Lid Jars, Brass Washboerd, Veeas, Hull, Trunk,, . CASES I Can. Lanterns, 6 pc. Setting Dinnenamre. Glees Basket, ...... FITTED FITTED FITTED 42"x36" MEN'S FASHION JEANS & JACKETS RE. 3.48-3.98 4.48-4.98 8.95 3.38-3.58 I Frames. Gaslight fixture, Living Room Suite, Handmade Coffee and End 2/$6 /$ + $1 $3 I REG. TO 15.00. If Perfect, Jeans in ,re.washed denims. SAm 2 8 2/ 4 pr. I WainutBedandOreeser, Oak Bed and Chee,. , corduroys, brushed cottons & polyester blends in many and Scarfs, Tawney Qak Dinette Set, 8 ft. styles & colors. Stz= 2s to 38 I Utensils. Brown Ware. Stainlass Canister Sot. Glider and Chairs. Ladders. Hand and Farm REG. TO 18.00, If Perfect. Jackets in the same Jlt REG, to 26.00 M A T C H I N G i Lavwl Maim-. Riding Mower (4 H.P. Good). fabrics. Short & long styles.  ll s,.,o. O.lO ea  TEENS' JEANS & JACKETS [ a ,,,,,,-Mercu.,Comet,-,,oor.,V..Au, o.,..s. LADLES' SHELLS & T SHIRTS FAMOUS NATIONAL BRAND Not Responsible for Choose from hi-fashion gabardines, denims, duck and corduroys. Medium Terms: Cash Other Items Too Numerc Nylon shells, lace & ruffle trim, short sleeves, assortedgcolors.  Blue, Yellow, White, Peach and Natural . Lunch Will Be  Reg. 6.95 Famous National Brand T-tops. short sleeves. 76"* iN;cEl;idi199 I = Dudley T-shirts from India, polyester/cotton, short sleeves.  Auctioneer: Ed Skivvy nylon shells, short sleeves, assorted prints, a R ca. I Owner: Dessie Fleming