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September 12, 1975

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for Otis Oral his home Sept. Sept. 4 at the ~dth the Rev. D. Burial was he was the and Amanda was an oil and member of the Church. wife. Aulda Robert O. of "Mrs. Mrs. Born at Copen in Braxton County. he was the son of Estella Straley Post of Burnsville. and the late Art Post. He was a coal miner and carpenter and a member of the Dusk Camp Methodist Church. He is survived by three sons, Delbert of Elkton. Md.. Carl of Baltimore. Md.. and Forrest, of Lorain. O.: a daughter, Mrs. Bernice Isenhart of Glenville; three brothers. Straley of Good Hope. Junior of GlenviUe. and Don of Ravenswood: four sisters. Mrs. Eva Pearl James of Marietta. Ga.. Mrs. Eloise Albertson of Clarksburg;. Mrs. Mae Smith of Michigan and Mrs. Stump Funeral Home. Burial was in the Cooper Cemetery at Tanner. He was born in Newberne and was a truckdriver for Weathertite Corp. A veteran of the Korean War, he was a member of the Moose Club of Northfield and Teamsters Local 436 of Cleveland, O. He is survived by his parents Fern Stutler of Tanner and Mark Stutler of Orlando. Fla; his widow, LiUian: and a daughter, Yvonne. Preceding him in death was a brother. Earl F. Hacker uppointed robs rainier Cedarville resident Earl Franklin Hacker. has been promoted to Sales Manager for Combined Insurance John Bennett. regional manger for West Virginia. announced that Hacker will supervise a group of representa- tives servicing the needs of Combined's policyholders. Combined specializes in writing accident and health income-protection insurance and life insurance. Hacker first became associated with Combined as a ~ales representa- tive in April. 194. He is also a member and award winner in the W. Clement Stone International Sales and Manage- ment Achievement Club, Radio station to debut io Octdmar Construction is underway in the Grand Central Mall in Parkersburg to Catherine Ratliff of Burnsville; and Company of America. house the studios and offices of WXIL, O.. and nine grandchildren. O.; two He was preceded in death by his Charleston, and wife, Oleta Pringle. ~. three sisters, Funeral services were Sept. 6 at the Jf Bsrberton. O.. Copen Methodist Church with the Rev. C, Uyahoga Falls. William Griffin and the Rev. Darrell "mid of SmithviUe: Rowh officiating. Burial was in the a great-grand- Copen Cemetery. Stuffer , Funeral services for Kennard i.ofStouts Mill died Stuffer, 41. of Northf'mld. O.. who died a sudden heart there recently were held Sept. 5 at the Immnnm~mm~Iim~ii~mi~liim IIII III mmmmm~mniirmnlii~Bl~mmilbiim ANY SIZE PKG ~bqt ~bo O OO U). September 11, 1975 a new 50,000 Watt FM stereo radio station. Recently assigned to the Marietta- Parkersburg area by the Federal Communications Commission, WXIL is owned and operated by Electrocom, Inc. WXIL is expected to be on the air sometime in late October at an assigned frequency of 95.1 MIIZ. The Gienville Democrat/Pathfinder 7 WXIL will broadcast over a sixty-five mile radius from Parkersburlz and will project an optimum stereo signal for thirty-five miles. The WXIL listening area has a population of 1.236,000 people spread over 31 counties within Ohio and West Virginia. THE CALHOUN-GILMER CAREER CENTER Has a few openings in certain areas We have a few openings remaining in the following areas: Sewing - Morning and Afternoon Industrial Mechanics - Morning and afternoon Food Service - Morning only Business and Office - Morning and afternoon Electrical Occupations - Morning and afternoon Cooperative Education - Morning and afternoon IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO START! See Your Local High School Principal NOW/ IIII I II SUPERIOR - BinD I II IIIII ALL MEAT OR 12 oz. SUPERIORBRAND ~bo ~bo W ~bO ~O THIGHS OR DRUMSTICKS t I COUIflly STYli 16 oz. .: CARIAWAY I mar i n U i i n aim n n i HEFTY TALL BONNET MARGARINE 15 Kt. FUINm/IE Iq)l. CllU Hats TRY VALLEY /IAffY VAli 28 oz. 2 for 16 oz. 2 far 16oz. 6far -- L_illIIHItll| 12 oz. III ~1 HH/ - I II IIIIII --Inl DONALD DUCK 16 OZ. I 15 oz. IEADOW|ROOK FROZEN VEGETABLES Save IlK Save 44 Save/0 I 9 .m.-9 p.m. through EAST MAIN ST. II I -- IiliII|IIiliI|IIiII I _ II - -- IIIIII II_-i _- - _ /IL~__UI!/III 31Jllll I IIIIIIIIII