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65, of from here. City Hospital at an eight -week Troy in Gilmer of the late John Unit- 'g, a No. 56, of also a member of of the Knights No. 2. of the church and teacher of ~l,l class. She state, and associations Assoc.. the of Retired and state the local of Martins- citizen's bowling graduated from Salem High School at Salem College Academy. She received her standard normal certificate at Salem College. and taught in Wood. Doddridge, and Gilmer Counties. In 1960. she moved to Berkeley County. where she attended Shepherd College and received her AB degree. She taught in Berkeley County until she retired in 1972. She is survived by her husband. Jackson K. Randolph: a daughter, Sandra Lee Randolph. New York, N.Y: a son. Edward B. of Salem; a sister, Mrs. Wilma Murl Bush. of Hurricane: a brother, Beecher H. Brannon. of Salem: and two grandsons. Funeral services were held August 7 at the Caste - Spurgeon Funeral Home in West Union with the Rev, Owen Womack and the Rev. Perry L. Stewart officiating. Burial was in the West Union Masonic Memorial Park. Wesley Ervin Kyer, 86. a former Glanville resident, died in Gilmer Saturday, August 2 at a convalescent and was hospital in Redding. Calif. He lived in Shasta County. Calif. for the last seven months. He was a retired, self-employed carpenter. Mr, Kyer was buried in a Montgomery Creek, Calif,, cemetery. Survivors include his wife. Roxie L. Kyer of Parkersburg: two sons. Hubert of Round Mountain. Calif, and Garland of Palestine: a daughter, Mrs. Monoka Sampson of Chloe: a foster daughter, Mrs. Carolyn Wallace of Texas: one brother. John of Gassaway: three sisters, Mrs, Lethe Elliott of Harisville: Mrs. Florence Camp of Mile and Mrs. Rome Sullivan: eight grandchildren and 12 Rreat-grandchildren. Roy Wagsy Funeral services for Roy Waggy. 66. of Dover, O., and formerly of Glenville. who died August 3, were held August 6. at the Spurgeon Mortuary here with the Rev. Frank Osborn officiating. Burial was in the Meadow Lane Cemetery. Born here. he was the son of the late Thomas and Gay Hardman Waggy. He had been a farmer. He is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Dale Shutt, Mrs. Duane Law, and Mrs. James Kurtz. all of Dover, and Mrs. Steve Lewellen, of Hopewell. N.J.: a sister, Bonnie Waggy: of here: a brother. Lynn of Dover: and 14 grandchildren. Adelaide Coberly Welter Adelaide Coberly Weller. 60 formerly of Gilmer County, died July 25 in Akron. O. after an extended illness. She had lived in the Akron area 45 yea rs. Her father. Charles Russell Coberly. died in 1930. She is survived by her husband, Frederick N.: a son. Raymond: mother, Mrs. Nellie Coberly Weller, all of Akron: brothers. Dale R. C, oberly of Cuyahoga Falls. O.; Paul E, Coberly of Penrose, Cole: a sister. Mrs. Eva W. Trotter of Albuquerque. N.M. Mrs. Weller was buried in East Akron Cemetery. Adelaide C WeUe August t4, 1975 "=t' (,b,nvilh~ Ilemo(ral/l'athf~nder I IIIIIIIII II IIII III i i [ i I inla --------PREVIEW DAYS Aug. 15, 16, & 17--Midway, Grandstand and Horse Shows. Aug. 18--Fair in Full Swing! Arts and Crafts. FREE Grandstand Atterr, oo~s Agricultural Exhibits 9 Days of Horse Shows Racing for 5 Days. Top High School Bands Big Name Stars. Cattle Shows, 5 Days Junior Livestock Auction. Amusement, Midway, 9 Days. West Virginia's Largest i fLewisburg-Ronceverte Agricultural Exhibit I I.U, S. 219 Ill I 7 lb. i DRUM STICKS OR THIGHS lb. 15. 15. e ~be 3 BREAST QUARTERS, 3 LEG QUARTERS, and 3 PC. GIBLETS All Meat or All Beef 12 oz. INk@. J CHUNK SLICED lb lb. 100 ct. ~e i i aemmm assam m i flare I i i i i i VALUABLE COUPON Pioneer Grocery Aug. 14-15-16 LUCKY CHARMS CEREAL 90Z, i m m I m m n m i m m m MCO2265 VALUABLE COUPON 17 oz. 16 oz. ql ..ON IqHYJlillg i:O001 1 gaL IiB Dial m BID fBIm m i m m Pioneer Grocery Aug. 14-15-16 BORDEN CREAMORA 16 oz. 2286-5 8 16 OZ. 2 for IEF.F, CUlCIIEN ALA lING, MEAT LOAF, Kid SALISIMIRY STEAK 5 oz. 4 for 20 Ibs. DONALD DUCK 16 oz. ~be EAST MAIN ST, GLENvlLLE