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Exams passed fallowing is a fIR C-mvme papers. are ones who the operator's or examination con- Gilmor County 8tats Police Head- Troy; Mary Elaine Youngman, Michael Wachtler, Woofter, Glenville: Glenville; Wayne Diana Smith, Rutherford, Glen- Normantown: William F. Jimmy A. Mills; Brenda J. Lois Miller, Shock; Clifford Thasher, Glenville: Heather V. Wilson, Glenville: Clenda L. Brown, Cedarville; Morilyn S. Freeman, BurnsviUe and David W. Johnson, Stumptown. Writlon Examination Dale Moyers, Stouts Mills; Betty Cottrell, Glenville: Richard Beall, Perkins: Sharon Reed, Glonville; Chester Harold Skidmore, Cox's Mills; Phyllis Anne Crouch, Troy; Rolanna Lyn Coberly, Glenville; Rebecca Jo Coberly. Clenville: Randall Elwood Riddle, Tanner: Lewis Wayne Jenkins, Glenville: Debra Ann Moss, Cedarville; Agnes L. Ball, Stouts Mills; Stephen Walker. Gassaway: Barbara Montgom- ery. Glenville; Nora Rollyson, Orlando and Marjorie Karen Reaser, Glenville. 00antown News Alltop Mrs. Hill James and qrofion, Ohio the last to visit relatives and youngest daughter of George Cook of her arm last week group of children. Tim Banks of Carolina have been Mr. Marlin Alltop Mrs. Dale Beall of {Diane) went the Kinney Shoe Friday. They will Virginia. Collins are moving to Stumptown. Jane moving into the they now live in. Joke Hardman of have been visiting area recently. Reed, Shells, Kevin visiting relatives Fd. 9-4 'Hrw A ls  IuN" slm Insurance Company Butance epany in this area. They are from LaGrango, Ohio. Nedra and Nelda Alltop and Anita Harold of Glenville left for Virginia Beach last Sunday morning. They plan to return Wednesday. Mrs. Macel James has had some visitors lately: Junior and Marlene Whisman and Kevin from North Ridgeville. Ohio and John and Pare Brown and daughter, Fawn, from San Clemente, California. Pare is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Whisman. Miss Linda Doyle, stepgrand- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Fisher of Steer Creek, presently making her home with them, was employed by Glenville State College last week in the Placement Office. She is from Ohio. Kathy and Cindy Vannoy. twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Nobel Vannoy of Stumptown, have been visiting their parents recently. The girls now live in South Carolina with their sister, Terri. Pansy Johnson also came up with them. Drexell and Flora Frame were to leave on a trip to Myrtle Beach Saturday morning. Kevin KennedYl son"0f Mr. and Mrs. Junior Kennedy of Normantown, was admitted to Camden Clark Hospital in Parkersburg Tuesday, August 9. and underwent surgery on his nose Wednesday morning. He is doing very well and is expected to be home soon. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kennedy and twin sons, Chad and Chris, and daughter. Ellen of Charleston spent a week or so at the old Taggart Place on Steer Creek. Jack is the son of Fell and Alpha Kennedy. Mrs. Doy Pritt is a patient in a Parkersburg hospital. Towne Bookstore The Other Side of Midnight Promised You e Rose 6erden Happened to the Class of '65 The Sorcerer mMc AT R.H. MeQUAIN RESIDENCE 116 WEST MAIN ST., GLENVILLE SAT. AUG.2g, STARTING AT 11: a.m. washer, G,E. gas dryer, cookstove, dluing room suite with Imffet to match, end tables, Encyclopedias [1956 edition] set of Book baby bed, high chair, thing cabinet, bench. items. TERMS: CASH NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS LUNCH WILL BE SERVED BY THE REBEKAH LODGE AUCTIONEER: CLARK MINNEY OWNER: JUNIOR BOGGS Manor Grocery 100, caliber 243, with extra clip, this IIN, test fired only. $295.00 model 88, caliber 308, with Buhler base rifle is a pre 64. $250.00 model 742, caliber 243, new $229.96 tail COmpound bov, $77.95 trpund bows, $127.95 --'-, on money? Use our laymy plan. GLENVILLE, WV Citizens of Tomorrow Dallas Butler, 3, Is the grandson of Josle C. Butler of Glenvllle. Nannette Hoard, 7 and Gins Hoard, 2, are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoard of Gienville. Clifford 16, William 15, Patty, 14, Pan 12, and Cris, 11 are the children of Dale Thraser of Glenvllle. Jesica Triplett, 3 and Monies Triplett, 3, are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Triplett of Sand Fork. Gnats descend on Glenville in droves Crystal Skinner, 9, Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Skinner of Stouts Mill. "2 ........... ! For a free government catalog ...... listing more than200 helpful booklets, write: Consumer Information Center, Dept. A, Pueblo, Colorado 8 t 009. Gnats, gnats and more gnats! That's what swarmed into Glenville on Tuesday evening August 9. People stepping into the streets around 6 p.m. found the little insects flying about in all directions. Several people from other areas of the county reported that the bugs didn't descend on their communities but cars and trucks were literally covered with thousands of the pests here in town. We talked to some local authorities who weren't sure why the gnats decided to hit Glenville at the particular time they did. We iust know that they were here. and then they were gone. In the meantLme. Tuesday wasn't  good evening for outdoor picnics in Glenville. Obituaries !:.::i:[:: !i!?!! I::!::! : : : : : :: :: : .................. William T. Luzader William T. Luzader, 51, of 1822 N. 15th Ave., Phoenix. Ariz.. died Sunday, July 31, at the St. Luke's Hospital Medical Center of Phoenix. A memorial service for Mr. Luzader, who was Director of Planning for the St. Luke's Center. was held August 3 at the Church of the Beatitudes in Phoenix. He was born and raised in Glenville, the son of the late Orville R. "Pud" Luzader and Maysel Moss Luzader. He was a graduate of Glonville State College and the University of Pittsburgh. Ha moved to the Phoenix area in 1962, and served as Assistant Administrator at the Maricopa County Hospital until 1964. Mr. Luzader was a professor at Arizona State University for one year and from 1966 to 1968 served as a consultant for the State Mental Health Division in Arizona. He was director of the Mental Health Center at Camelback Hospital in phoenix before ioining the staff at St. Luke's. He held his position at St. Luke's for five years. He was married to the former Norms Leigh Pritt of Braxton County who survives. Also surviving, in addition to his mother who continues to reside in Glenville, are a daughter, Mrs. Randy {Susan) Prust of Denver, Colorado: a son, William Thomas Luader, Jr. of Phoeix: a brother, Randall Moss Luzader of Boston; and a sister, Mrs. Ted {Nancy Ellen) Wflfong of Denials, West Virginia. The funeral services were conducted by Father Labs, Chaplain of St. Luke's Hospital. Bill's brother, Randall, read the eulogy. A William Luzader Memorial Fund has been established through the trusteeship of St. Luke's Hospital. This fund will be used exclusively for alcohol rehabilitation. James M. Richords Funeral services were held Friday. August 12, for James M. Richards, 52, of Grantsville, who was dead on arrival at Calhoun General Hospital on August 9, The Ray. Clifton Soma officiated, and burial was in he Bethel Cemetery. He was born in Gilmer County, a son of the late Coy and Oval parsOnS Ill I Richards. He was an employe of the Grantsville Tire Co. for 25 years and was a veteran of World War II. Survivors include his wife, Bernice Richards: a stepson, Errol Kennedy, of Grantsville: a step daughter, Mrs. Shelby Allen. of Normantown; three brothers. Grant, of Elyria. O.. Burlen. of Grantsville, and Bill. of Walker: and three sisters, Mrs. Elosie Weaver. and Mrs. Louise Yeager, of Belpre. and Mrs. Shirley Richardson. of Little Hocking, O. Okay Heater Okey Heater. gl. of Sand Fork. died Saturdoy in Calhoun General Hospital at Grantsville. He attended the Glenviile Presby- terian Church and was a former schoolteacher, coal miner and farmer. Surviving: wife. Ora Lynch Heater: sisters, Mrs, Alice Crinir of Clarksburg. Miss Madge Heater of Weston and several nieces and nephews. Service was held at 2 p.m, Tuesday at Spurgeon Mortuary in Glonville with the Rev. B. Blake Breitenhirt, Jr. officiating. Burial was in the Sand Fork Cemetery. Henry L. Shlflet Henry L. Shiflet, 90, of Coal Center. Pennsylvania, died Sunday, August 14 in Brownsville Golden Age Nursing Home in Brownsville, Penn- sylvania. Mr. Shiflet woo born February 28, 1887 in West Virginia, the son of the late Jake and Nancy Conrad Shiflet. He was a retired cool miner and was preceded in death by his wife, Venia Morris Shiflet in lg55. Surviving are three sons, Roscoe T. Shiflet of Elco, Pennsylvania; Ray Shiflet of Illinois and Roy Morris of Glenville: one brother, Everett Shiflet of Clarksburg: one sister, Mrs. Maude Bailey of Clarksburg: eleven grand- children and sixteen great-grand- children. Services were held Wednesday, August 17 at the Dusk Camp Baptist Church near Stouts Mills with Elder Lonzo Wilson officiating. Interment was in the Shiflet Cemetery. August 18, 1977  GlemvlUe Democrat/P | Dennison reunion held in Ohio The family of Mr. and Mrs. lamas R. Dennison of Masslllon, Ohio, formerly of Gilmer County, held a family reunion July 17 in Oak Knoll Park in Massfllon with 35 present. Six of the Dennison's eight children, 12 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren were present. The group included three sets of four generaons. A picnic dinner was served, including a cake marking the birthday of Mr. and Mrs. Dennison's son, James Jr. of Pine City, Minn. Other children who attended were Harold of Phonn/x, Ariz.; Mrs. James (Betty) Hurley of Ypsflanti, Mich.: Mrs. Robert (Medeline} Troyer of Trot, Ohio; Mrs. Richard (Bonnie) Annen of Messillon, Ohio; and lamie Scott Dennlson at home. Two other Dennison children, Mrs. Robert {Llllian) Dobblns of Akron and Domdl Dennison of Bowerston, Ohio, did not attend. Badminton and mftball gamu were played. State fair activities set West Virginia's largest and most diversified exposition, the State Fair of West Virginia, opens this weekend with over 250.0OO visitors expected in the Lewisburg-Ronceverte area. Prior to the official opening of the 1977 edition will be the junior horse show for 4-H and FFA members in the Blue Grass Bowl August 19 and 20. The championship horse show begins Monday and continues throughout the week. Evening performances begin at 6 p.m. The National Expositions Midway will open at 2 p.m. August 19 with 10 acres of rides and shows, Grandstand entertainment begins Saturday with Jim Nabors giving two shows, 2 and 8 p.m. followed by a colorful fireworks program. Free performances of Hoxie's Great American Circus are scheduled for August 20 at 1, 3, 5 and 7 p.m.; August 21 at 12 noon, 3 and 6 p.m.; August 22 at noon. 3 and 6 p.m. Free parking for more than 20.000 cars will be provided on the parking field adjoining the Fairgrounds. Guests bands from over the state will appear each day Monday through Saturday presenting two concerts daily, Monday's band will be from Peca High School, Harold Gothard, Director. Judging of the innior dairy show will be held with exhibits in all depariments open to the public. The pony pulling contest will be in front of the grandstand at 2 p.m. with free admission. Tuesday has the Woodrow Wilson High School band, Alan Saton, Director. Judging of the market lambs, Aberdeen Angus, Ayrshire cattle, and purebred sheep and harness racing at 2 p.m. will be held. Wednesday will welcome the Cedar Grove Community School Band, William O.Hughes, Director. The ludging continues with sheep, short- horn cattle, 9 a.m. and the Junior Baby Beef show, 1 p.m. The Wedaesday flower show will be judged at 11 a.m. Governor's and West Virginia Day will be observed Thursday with the Grafton High School Band under the direction of Norman Adlington. ludging continues at 9 a.m. with the Holstein cattle, the junior market hogs. draft horses, the sheep shearing contests and the swine show. Racing continues in the afternoon with Governor Jolm D. Rockefeller, IV presenting the Govm, n- or's Trophy. Other highlights of the day's activities will be the Grand Livestock Parade at 6 p.m. followed by the Bobby and Cissy show. Miss Beverly Michael, Miss West Virginia Association of Fairs. will serve as te official hostess of the day while state and national officials visit the Feir's biggest day. Friday's program will include the draft horse pulling contest and the Greenbrier West High School Band. Director for the band is William R. Allen. Completing the Fair's activities will be the registered quarter horse halter classes in the Blue Grass Bowl end the Junior Market Lamb, Swine and Baby Beef Auction Sale in the show arena of the cattle barns. 10 a.m. Soturday's band for the 53rd annual exposition is from East Bank Junior High School with Jim Anderson. Director. -- III IIHI I you IMt. BENNETT & SOil IIONUMIEIffS Oiapt/ ardlm 440 Hh St. iimmte. W. Vffi 3M4 bPiqi[ I i i I I I iiiii II I II]1 ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTIETH ANNUAL SESSION OF THE Mr. PISGAH BAPTIST ASSOCIATION TO lie H]ff WITH THE DAWSON BAPTIST CHURCH, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, AUGUST 24th mid 2Sth, 1I7 THEME: THE UNITY OF GOD'S PEOPLE WEDNESDAY MORNING 10:00 Devotional and address of welcome - Brother Clayton Furr 10:15 Adoption of program 10:20 Reading of church letters arid enrollment of messengers. 11:0o Business session and treasurer's report. 12:00 Noon WEDNESDAY AFrERNOON 1;30 Devotional - Elder William Murphy 1:45 Annual Sermon - Elder J. Walter Stalnaker 2:30 Sermon - Psalms 133:1 Elder Rodney Minney 3:15 Benediction WEDNESDAY NIGHT 8:00 Devotional - Deacon Fred Furr 8;15 Evengelistic Sermon - Elder Michael Smith Invitation to the unsaved Benediction Tm.SDAY MORNING 10:00 Devotional. Brother Sherrill Mohr 10:15 Doctrinal Sermon - Pastor of Dawson Church 11:00 Sermon - Ephesians 4:32 - Elder Lonzo Wilson 12:00 Noon THURSDAY AFrEmOON 1:30 Devotional . Elder Harlan Stump 1:45 Report of Commi.ttaes 2:00 Sermon - Luke 6:41 - Elder Darrill Hashman 2:45 Sermon - I Corinthians 14:33 - Elder C. Stalnakar 3:30 Fellowship service, adjournment and bemction PROGRAM COMMrVr: Deacon Cad Schtfer. Brother Brooks Bennett, Brother Michael Richardson. I I _ I I] I