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Page 6--The Glenviile Democrat/Pathfinder---Thursday, September 5, 1991 Americare-Glenville News i DEBRA S. BLOUGH Debra Sue Blough, 32, of Park- crsburg, died Sunday, September 1, 1991 at St. Joseph's Hospital. She was born in Wood County, a daughter of Jeannie Tackett of Washington, and the late Forest Ray Dotson. She was a member of the First Baptist Church, Belpre, Ohio. of her daughter, Rebecca McDanielThompson of Pasadena. She was bom near St. Albans, and educated in Huntington, and Cabell County, receiving her bach- elor and masters degrees with En- glish honors at Marshall Univer- sity. She was a former instructor at Marshall and an associate profes- C. Mills II, a student at A-B Col- ment Baptist Church at Big lege; one stepson, John V. Barbina, Springs. Grafton; two brothers, William A. He is survived by his wife, Elsie Mills, Clarksburg, and Douglas E. Wyers Wells; one son, Hatzcl Mills, Bridgeport; two sisters, Mrs. Wells, of Canton; three daughters, Richard (Donna E.) Underwood, KateBarkerofSmithville, Rachel Lost Creek, and Mrs. WilliamGrogg of Glenvillc, and Ruby (PatriciaA.) Weaver, Fort Valley, Ayers of Sand) ,ille; 13 grand- Georgia, and two grandchildren, children; and 11 grcat-grandchil- sor at Glenville State College. She Justin Todd Stewart and Anissa dren. Sue Blough at home; her stepfa- ther, Orville Tackett of Washing- ton; one half-sister, Kimbcrly Bush of Glenville; and four half-broth- ers, Daniel Bush, Timothy Bush and Ronnie Bush, all of Parkers- burg, and Karl Williams of Wash- ington. She was preceded in death by her maternal grandmother, Ethel Marie Gragg; and her paternal grandmother, Julia Corbin. Funeral services were held Sep- tember 4, at the Lambcrt-Tatman Funeral Home, Parkcrsburg, with the Rev. Paul Knierin officiating. In addition to her mother, she is was the first president of Cabcll Lee Barbina. survivedbyherdaughtcr, Amanda CountyTeachersofEnglish,presi- He was also preceded in death dent of West Virginia Council of by one brother, James Edward Teachers of English and treasurer Mills. GENEVIEVE BELL MCDANIEL Genevieve Bell McDaniel of Pasadena, California, died Tues- day, August 27, 1991, at the home CmlmJnll ~ Sotm~ ot ~ HEARING TEST SET 'FOR GLENVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA Electronic Heanng Tests will be 9r~,en at the Hotel Conrad on the 1bird Wednesday of every month, except on holidays from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. by Mr. Kemper Hyre, l,.learing Aid Specialist. BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICE 442-A W. Pike St., P.O. Box 470 Clarksburg, WV 26301 Telephone (304) 624-6842 For test in homo or by aOpo~trr, er~ j~l fill in your name, a~, and lel~ nut~er on space pro- vided betow and mail to the address listed above of West Virginia College English Teachers. She was a member of American Association of Univer- sity Women, Delta Kappa Gamma teachers society and Kappa Delta Pi honorary education fratemity. She was a former president of Kanawha Valley Genealogical Society. Also surviving are a son, Jo- seph S. of La Habra, California; sister, Farmie Beane of St. Albans; brothers, Ronald Bell of Dickinson, Texas, Russell Bell of St. Albans; and five grandchil- dren. Graveside services were held September 3, at Ridgelawn Me- morial Park, Huntington, with the Rev. Jerry D. Harrah officiating. THOMAS C. MILLS Thomas C. Mills, 46, of Lost Creek, died Wednesday, August 28, 1991, at United Hospital Cen- ter, following a sudden illness. He was born in Clarksburg, September 29, 1944, a son of the late James and Nellie E. Welling Mills. Surviving is his wife, Velma Rowh Mills, whom he married April 29, 1983. Also surviving are one daugh- ter, Mrs. William (Tammy) Stew- art, Good Hope; one son, Thomas 000001000000000000 Bennett and Son Monuments & • Markers • Buy Direct & • Save Salesman (Commissions) e Mr. Mills was a Baptist, a 1963 graduate of R-W High School and had been employed as a ware- house supervisor for James and Law Company for 21 years. He had been an cm ployee of Fuel City Heating and was a U.S. Army vet- eran of Vietnam. Funeral services were held Fri- day, August 29 at Davis Weaver Funeral Home. Burial was in Sun- set Memorial Park. WILLARD H. "Bill" MOORE Willard Hugh"Bill" Moore, 72, of Elyria, Ohio, died August 29, 1991 at Elyria Memorial Hospital following a short illness. Born in Normantown, he was a long time Lorain County resident. Mr. Moore retired from Foseco Company, Berea, where he worked in the laboratory. He formerly was employed at Fruehauf Trailer Company, Avon Lake, where he was head of the union. Hewas a veteran of World War 1I, a member of Church of the Open Door, Elyria, and enjoyed sports and gardening. Survivors include two daugh- ters, Judi Sweet of Elyria and Dottie Modock of Grafton, Ohio; four grandchildren; four sisters, Lillic Meadows of Ripley, Flora Frame of Normantown, Murl Fen-ell of Elyria, Ohio and Madge Vannoy of Stumptown; and two brothers, Albert of Glcnville, and He was preceded in death by five sisters, three brothers and two grandchildren. Funeral services cre held Sep- tember 3, at Nobc Chapel, Five Forks, with pastors Joe Sealcy and the Rcv. Lawson Whipkey offici- ating. Burial was in the Church Cemetery. • Haymond of Ripley. Burial was in Gravel Hill Cem- • Mr. Moore was preceded in etery, North Londonderry Town- : death by his wife and by brothers ship, Pennsylvania. • Orton and Doy. WILLIAM F. WILSON William F. Wilson, 59, of Palmyra, Pennsylvania, died Au- gust 27, 1991, at his residence. Born in Glenvillc, a son of Farrell W. Wilson, now of Wintergarden, Florida, who sur- vives, and the late Frankie B. Martz. He was a member of Rutherford VFW Post and U.T.U. Local #830, Harrisburg, Pennsyl- vania. He was a retired railroad conductor. Surviving in addition to his fa- ther are his wife Joanna N. Hand Wilson; two sons, William F. II of Strasburg, Virginia and Kenneth E. Wilson of Palmyra, Pcrmsylva- nia; seven daughters, Vicki L. Wilson, Grantville, Pennsylvania, Carol Gordon, Hershey, Pennsyl- vania, Patricia J. Wilson and Denise L. Wilson both from Har- risburg, Pennsylvania, Nanette Ristenbatt, Barbara Hoover, and Natalie J. Wilson, all of Palmyra; one half-brother, Jerry Martz, GI- enville; one half sister, Judy Turner, Mineral Wells and nine grandchildren. Funeral services were held Sat- urday, August 31 at Rothermel Funeral Home Inc., in Palmyra. • Funeral services were held Au- • gust 31, 1991 at the Bauer- Laubcnthal-Wainwright Funeral Camden Flats • Home in Elyria, with the Rev. Route 5 E. of Grantsville Rohert Schroyer officiating.Son3', l missed last week, but we * Phone354-6162 • Burial was in Ridge Hill Me-had so much company over the • Sunday&Mimdayby:!,' * morial Park, Amherst Township, weekend and I Was plain petered • ' " • Ohio. out. • AppOintment • • • Happy anniversary to Sherm and GRANDPARENT'S DAY On Sunday, September 8, 1991, we will celebrating Na- tional Grandparent's Day with an afternoon tea, beginning at 2:00 p.m. Musical entertainment will be provided by Mr. Melvin Wine. Immediately following the tea, wc will have our quarterly family council meeting. The guest speaker will be Mr. Harry Squires, our regional Long Term Care Ombudsman. *** The facility will be pro- viding punch, mints, and nuts and cookies for the tea. We are also inviting you to bring in your resident's favorite cookies. Inside • u,su,av . mC)lllSl, BlJmBIclll~d’lC~|O’lm • @ • t • • • • • t I/,l• t • • • • • Glenville KENNETH FOGLESONG 31 Fa=rground Rd 462-8334 For health insurance as r Ja." I as Nur m#. We can help you select a Notionwide Major Medical Plan that's right far you, your family, and your budget. Call us today for all the facts. f ) NATIONWIDE INSURANCE NallonwlOe ts On your $~e Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital announces the association of Fernando Canada, M.D. in the practice of INTERNAL MEDICINE Office Hours By Appointment 884-6939 Jane Lew Medical Center Located in Industrial Park AVA G. WAGNER Ava G. Wagner, 89, of Bay Village, Ohio, formerly of Gilmer County, died Monday, August 26, 1991 in the St. John West Shore Hospital in West Lake, Ohio. She was born in Gilmer County, a daughter of the late Dale and Mary Brown Heckert. She was a homemaker, attended the Grace Baptist Church in West Lake, Ohio. She is survived by one daugh- ter, Mary Lou Wagner, of Bay Village; one half son, Herbert E. Wagner of Ohio; and four grand- children. She was preceded in death by six brothers and five sisters. Services were held Saturday, August 31, at the Spurgeon-Elly- son Mortuary Inc., with Rev. Rita Emerson officiating. Burial was in the Alice Cemetery. ALVIN H. WELLS Alvin H. Wells, 80, of Smithville, died Saturday, August 31, 1991, at his residence. He was born in Gilmer County, a son of the late G ranvil and Lenora Wyers WEIR. He was a lifelong farmer and had been employed in construction at North Bend State Park. He attended the New Testa- Marcia. Happy birthday to Danny and many more. Juanita Paugh had a birthday " September 1. She had a cake made by her granddaughter Sonja. They had pizza too. Sorry, I missed it, but good luck and many more. Our daughter, Patty Sudina, who HELP!!! For Autumn we hope to deco- rate with fodder shocks, pump- kins, and gourds. If you have any extra that you would like to donate, please contact us - 462- 5718. Thank You! Honoring Our Staff The month of September has several "Special Weeks" in it. We would like to take this time to honor our staff members that serve in the following positions: September nancial White, Office September Housekeepi Week - Fern sor, 5 lins, Sonja Bea Jones, Kathleen Septemt Moyers, Aide, LeAnn Therapist, Therapist Septemb Food - Mary MoyerS, ctary "M anag~ Judy Cain, Criss, Yvonne. Miller, Sprouse Thank A sincere you that magazines last month. proaches birdseed months Yot greatly Around The Kitchen Tat Wow! I just can't find the words to express my feelings about win- ning 3rd place in "Best Lifestyle Columnist". As our son Michael would say, the editor used some of his brother Daniel's 50’ words de- scribing my award. I told our grand- son, Richard Marks, that I had won, and he said "Go, Go, Grandma". I do appreciate the award and will try to do better. It .just takes time and sometimes time precious. This is a picture of Harold, Eu- lives in Lagrange, Ohio, had a birth- gene, and me taken about 1934. day September 3. Our grandson, Aren't we cute in our Sunday hats? I Joey Brm, er had a birthday Septem- think morn called mine a tam. Eu- her 4. He s 15 years old and lives in gene looks like a little man, but the Zainesville, Ohio. ribbons, lace and ruffles makes Our son, Allen and his wife, Harold's hat a real eye catcher. Debbie and girls, Chrissy and Happy Birthday Eugene, also Mindi, were here last weekend. The Happy Birthday to my sister, grand kids grow so fast. They are as Connie Allen, granddaughter, Jen- tall as I am. Can wear my shoes too. hirer Marks, and grandson, Ross Had a lot of family company and Mills. really loved every minute of it. Congratulations to my sister-in- Barb's son "Tiny visited from law Wanda, Eugene's wife, for her Georgia. Her brother "Boob" and outstanding West Virginia 4-H'Club his wife, Irene and family were here leader award. Wanda puts a lot of from Amherst, Ohio. Grandma time in her 4-H Club leader volun- Pearl had a lot of family around and teer work. loved it. I wonder how she keeps All summer I've been meaning to them all straighL They say she rules mention my brother Harold's daugh- with an iron hand. They have all felt ter. Shelly Allen is the Naturalist at Cedar Creeek Park this summer. She is doing a good job. I was well pleased with a cake recipe I tried recently. It was a Ger- man Apple Cake in the August Country magazine. I might make it for the Church Hemecoming. Ralph, Porter Marks, his wife, Morene, and Vena Kennedy had a nice visit at Crooked Fork Cemetery last week. Porter said, he, his wife, Morene, Paul, his wife, Mary Louise, and Paul's son, Paul Jr., re- cently found and visited the grave of Ralph and Porter's grandfather, George Sponaugle near West Hanlin. One of Paul Jr's hobby is tracing his roots. Three sisters who I went to school with, visited me last week. They were Louise "Toots", Geraldine and Valjean Lambert, Agra and Charley Lambert's daugh- ters. "Toots" said they had trouble t-mding the green barn, I'm always writing abouL The Perkins Post Of- fice is on the old road and a little misleading, I guess we need a road sign. I rememlxa" whea their younger brother Bob used to pass our house when he was "courting" at Jennings Butlers.: He and Jmnn are married and have grandchildren now. it at one time or another. Ha! Ha! Right, Kathy? Jackie and Sue finally .came to see us and stayed to play dominoes. We're not going to say who beat who so bad. We had fun though. Sherman has done such a good job on our porches. We love them and enjoy sitting outside so much. Norvel is doing better and stays out there a lot. The therapy is helping. He's working real hard so he can get around beuer. Richard and Emma stopped by Sunday awhile. We hadn't seen them for a week. I finally got the yard mowed, washed the car, cleaned the inside of it, windows too. Looks good now. Labor Day I am resting. I am not going to do anything all day (except what I have to). So, be lazy like me. Stay well. Gladys Ellison 462-5446 A Clove Drug Member Kodak Colorwatch System Film Developing The girls wele working on their genealogy and wondered how they zard Glory is farm. Louise Rena's Edisel and her Ira Minney the other girls:: I'm writi to mail it in weekend expecting have to get weekend. Tanner Well, I West Virginia] to get the not only Gilmer. I the other day meant so can't s~e to or her children her. So nei and let us put who used to li munities still home. Some of were here to They said amount of the state. apples to theM when other They are supiy apples and come back up- so high you them. We heard who was in t have one of She was sul motherapy Tuesday. S children in goes for her she comes dren stay with to send her a couragemenL Beulah Go ton, WV appreciate Mr. James taken to the week. I don't home or not. Irene ter. I talked to was trying to was good. Mary .lane us the other person to about all the canning. S Vinton well. But he give up. But good to help years keep any we once did. Mrs. Flora in-law, Pat ter, Doris friends week and ited with us to work for couldn't go ing Billy. The Grogg union today Fork Church at Jane Lew Member of Stonewall Jac on Memorial Hospital Medical S ta ff Wt'R₯ON 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 connected to the Buzzard Glory, was a lot Issiac and Bethiah Moore's. My saw go by. Mooxe history (to be in the soon to it wash t so he published history book) had the dates of birth and deaths for their Grandpa Ferman Moore and his brothers and sisters that was what they were locking for. Our informa- tion came from Jackson Moore's bible, Ralph got it from his Aunt Moore a long time ago. Buz- What do to make life othe 1880)