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September 15, 1977

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Obituaries B. Collins 79, of Glenville died 7 at 3:20 p.m. Hospital in illness. in Cilmer County, 1897, a son of the late Sanders Collins. He March 7, 1928 to Opal Who preceded him in death 28, 1943. are three sons, Harley both of Canton, Collins, Glenville: Mrs. Hale Hardman, whom he had resided Mrs. Junior Pratt and Southall. both of Canton: Mrs. Halite Wright. Pennsylvania. Mrs. Ocie Mills. Mrs. Maggie Mrs. Plods Payne. and Mrs. Elva Moore, eight grandchildren and ran. Sters preceded him in was a member of the Baptist Church and a Road Commission Was held at 2 p.m. Friday, at the Spurgeon Mortuary with Ray. Glenn assisted by Rev. James L. Interment was in September 15, 1977 The Glenvme I)emoerat/Pa 7 Davidson, Gillespie .... named to Planning Commission married to James A. Survives. to her husband, she is four sons, Gary (Tabby) Paul Belknap, Edward Conner, Jimmy Kerns. Peters- Five daughters, Mrs. Shores, Powhatan, . Nora {Polly) Jefferies. ::::.:: Glenville Municipal Judge Delbert .... L. Davidson ,and Robert F. Kldd Librarian David Gillespie have been June Shreve of Cody; and four confirmed as members of the Region grandchildren. VII Planning Commission. Graveside services were held at The Planning Commission, which 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Spencer acts as the clearinghouse for grant Cemetery with the Ray. Carl Dodrill applications in this area. has had both officiating, new members as a part of their body previously. Gilbert Dawson The Mayor of the largest town or Gilbert Dawson, 89. of Nobe, died ,,, city in each county in the Region is Tuesday, Sept. 6, at his home. He was ..... i:i: :" i| automatically a member. Davidson born at Brohard, Wirt County, son of was Glenville's Mayor until July I of this year and Gillespie was his the late M.J. and Lyda Camp Dawson, .f" and was a retired driller, predecessor in office, thus they both Surviving are hq wife. Mrs. Cocoa .......... ::: served on the Commission. Richards Dawson of Nobe: a son, They replace former Planning William G. Dawson of Nobe: two Commission members Harlan Hague daughters, Mrs. Edith Haddox of and Jim Roten from Calmer County. Raceland, Ky., and Mrs. Eula Jenkins of Vienna: three sisters. Mrs. Ova Vensel. Mrs. Goldie Dunham and Mrs. ! ROAD CON'rRACr$ AWAI]I)I Vivian Cries, all of Parkersburg: two ..... Governor John D. Rockefeller IV brothers, Bud Dawson of Parkersburg has announced the awarding of and Clarence Dawson of Vienna: nine contracts for stone stabilization on grandchildren and 14 great-grand- NEW TENNIS COURTS--These new courts, replacing the old courts near the three Calmer County roads. children. Administration Building, are a part of the new GSC Athletic Complex on Mineral The contracts were awarded to Kenton Meadows, Incorporated of Two sons and one daughter Road. [Democrat Photo] Gassaway. The work will be done on preceded him in death. Services were held Thursday. COAL PRODUCTIONDOWNIN STATE 3.97 miles of Left Fork-Dusk Camp Sept. 8. at Stump Funeral Home with Hill lead Bapti Convention According to figures released last Road. 2.25 milea of Tanner Creek Road the Ray. Ray Bartlett officiating, and to week, West Virginia's mining of coal is and 1.59 miles of O'Brien Fork Road. burial was in the Nobe Cemetery. down about 10 million tons from this The Meadows' bid was $213.147. The Rev. Douglas W. Hill, a Dr. Farmar was the September 4 time a year ago. Call 462-€300 to place YOUR ad! Edward CharlesParsons member of the State Staff since speaker for the 11 a.m. Worship Edward Charles Parsons. 25, of February, 1967, has been named as the Service at the First Baptist Church in Ilmllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllltll! 12. following a traffic accident. Virginia Baptist Convention effective Message later the same day. • II He was the son of Delbert and ! ....... 1 1978 Dr. Farmar has been serving as STORE HOU Geneva Harris Parsons of Letter Gap, Chief Administrative Officer for the James A. Kerns who survive along with his wife, Nellie Organization of 646 Baptist Churches I 66. of 359 West Jean Williams Parsons and a daughter, The recommendation was made to in West Virginia. Fie will be retiring : Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - 0 to B p.m. .... I_ Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to 11 p.m. I_ Weston. died at 10:30 Christine, at home. the Executive Board by the Execuhve December 31 after serving m his • • m August 22, in the He is survived by five brothers, Committee which has been acting as present capacity for 21 years. A Memorial Hospital Harry Parsons of Maryland; Steve the Search Committee since January. The Rev. Hill and his family will be : Sears is celebrating Kenmore 5Oth --nn°versarY i illness. Parsons of Arlington. Virginia; Jessie 1977. to find a successor for Dr. making their home in Parkersburg : with sales on all major apphances July 11. 1911 in Parsons of Parkersburg: and Chester William G. Farmar. after he becomes Executive Minister. I Parsons and Robert Eugene Parsons of I Come in and check our prices Letter Gap. Speech screeni g . i Eight sisters survive: Mrs. Lenora n : I I Phone 462-7374 Harris, Glenville;Mrs. HallieMinney, to be conducted | Letter Gap: Mrs. Core Kimes, New : I 00cazs I Haven; Mrs. Wands Acord. Beckley: CATALOG SALES MICHANT Mrs. Patricia Kniceley, Orma: Mrs. Gilmer County School s Speech/- pathologists, special education, new • t ' OWNED AND OPERATEDBYJANErDgAL a_ Jeanne Kay Peters. Letter Gap: Mrs. Language Pathologists will conduct students, past failures, those in •m•mmmmmmmmmmmmmlmmm•mmmmmmmnnmmllamm Madeline Duskey. Normantown; and speech screening in all schools therapy last year, teacher and parent Mrs. GrettaPeters, Glenville. September 26-30. This screening is referrals. I UMENT SALE ] One sister preceded him in death, required by the West Virginia Specie 1 Parents of students who fail | N00ON Mrs. Guy (Naomi} He was a Baptist and an employe Education Department in order to speech screening will be contacted I Heights, Virginia and Glenville. Mrs. Lee {Beverly){Manoka} Smith, of 4-DservicesManufacturingwere held atC°mpanY'l p.m., haveC°rrectly identifT all students who maya speech disorder.studentsSpeeChwho personallypermissionlf therefUrt° furtherarerequeStanytesting.questionsParental I S avln° g S u p mOT 30% i! J half-brothers, Willie Tuesday, September 13 in the screening will identify I California: and Harold ,..Su ,Morar ,lenville, with may have dysfluencies, language, concerning speech screening, please ! voice mi/or .rtlculation di=mrdeb. klm!.,, is] Educa, I ::: Immediate Delivery i  Texas. 're 20 'Ii.  RW/at'oWiciating •  fin :Cdm'dtfor. o' CYVI Kochman l '. She was preceded in Burial was in the Collins Speech screening will include or Patsy Siostrom. Speech/Language I " 'rOve"" monument and all wo'l" '-,-i Melvin Lee "Butch" Cemetery. kindergarten, grades 1, 2, and 3, in Pathologists at the Board of Education I , _ nny ..a. 1 was a retired employs guaranteed. Loca own State Hospital and a ip yd ect] Weston Baptist Chapel. STOP SIGNS AT INTERSECTION services were held The city of Glenville has placed Vehicles sidesw e near Rosedale I No h,dden charges. Bu nr at 2:00 p.m. at .stop signs on State Route 5, which runs ! sve commissio_n i with Main Street, at the intersection of No iniuries were reported in an Frank Drake. 72, of Frametown and a I 24,Chapel with the Main and Lewis Streets. The traffic accident that occurred at around 1 1973 Chevrolet van driven by Darlene I and . | Gi]lespie officiating. Mayor Robert J. Wyatt says that a I: BENNETT AND SON ! Forest Lawn Memorial light which had been there was broken p.m. Monday, September 5 on Hattery,27, of Massillon, Ohio. by a truck passing through, secondary route 33 near Rosedale, Drake was traveling East on the according to the Gilmer County roadand Hattery was going West. The ! ' ILsa G. Wicker 8O's of. new light will be forthcoming as soon Detachment of West Virginia State two vehicles sideswiped in a curve. I G. Wicker, as possible. He adds that the Police. The incident was investigated by I Monuments and Markers died at 9:30 Department of Highways has agreed t° The accident, on the secondary Corporal W.S. Haines. No citations ,I Office and Dasplay r ,,,"or"= 440 w-ur'a" Street, ' 3 in Turtle Creek erect stop signs on US 33-119 also, road, involved a 1974 Buick driven by were issued .... I Parkersburg, following making the place a four-way stop until There were no injuries reported. illness, the light arrives. H/d[Ovee or t?LLaB De°rmoga]r:: eDsmma:;ed t $5.a s aB:i:kstaWe I • ,, v ! Grantsville Phone 354-6162 in death, damage has agreed to pay for the Paddler WaDt-Ad, Low eo(- approximately $400 damage. born in Calmer County, replacement light. a.actionl Call 42,09 to place .... and was a resident of your ad now. area mostofherlife. Straight Answers o= ughterofCalS, andDora ,= ,., II,/mJ• =. both deceased. Oneand one sister, llmlml )jja,,l=llllg or • preceded her in death. FAb'(O I cry. Pro--munw  • From Your Power C ompany .,.=.,=., ,..,=....J.k ...,  aaodn 9.   Why don't we have a crash program to develop ' .,,%oOW=;Oo, solar energy and solve the energy problems quickly? by three nieces. Sand Fork: Orlando, Florida and Bethesda. Maryland. Bill E. HudneU, Florida. led a varied and teaching school in Gi]mer Counties and Postmistress at Calmer of the protestant faith Our energy problem is too big and coming too the finest jewelry. The cost today rangee from hody to West Virginia 1 PLAN AHEAD fast to be solved by a single program. While use $15,000 to $30,000 per kilowatt (1000 watts) of ca- for research and of solar energy is not new, it ls an infant technology paclty, compared with about $550 for coal-fired  F01r today and will require many years of research and electric power stations. development to make a big contribution. Most ,,,,^" Class .x0eO. believe the maximum that can be expected What is the future of solar ,,o.°negY? Adams, 46. of Cody, • Is for solar to furnish up to 5% of our total energy Solar energy undoubtedly has great died in Graduate as a Professional Hairdresser needs by the year 2000, perhaps 25% by 2020. for the long-term future. But even if sclontifio breakthroughs came tomorrow, it would take a in Spencer, a son of dlVtlIlB l,'==---"mtt, ..---..-,'lthuiNdF ,.,,,,,iaue, Can't solar energy provide generation to shift the nation's economy tO solar and retiredPearlair LooneYcontrol f fee h o m e h eat i n g n ow ? power. i, Force veteran or Tm AvaibMo Yes, solar could provide a substantial part of Are there solar energy three daughters, home heating requirements, but it's far from free. of Paden City: "G.I. ond Veteran Approval" Enough solar collectors and associated plumbing applications I can make today.? Adams and Miss must be Installed to do the job and provisions must The one I thought of immediately when I saw this ). Texas: a son, "START YOUR CAREER TODAY" be made to store and distribute the heat--a large question was used by our parents and grand- brother, bin of rocks or brick or large tanks of water, and air parents--the clothes line. Mountain, l NAT Y  A NO0 or water circulation systems. And, since the solar Mrs. Peggy CLAtKSBURG BEAUTY energy Is available only pad-time, all this must be in addition to a conventional heating system of Pbce ACADEMY ,o. kind. The Initial Investment and the annual carrying costs of that investment are fairly large. sm ink. vor $IW. Pike$t. Clerkdurg, W.Vo. Ph. 624.6475 Can solar energy be converted ,, io,,o,,: directly into electricity? Yes. The device that does it is called a photo. llll ]ly lIme voltaic cell. But each cell must be handcrafted like Monondahela Power City ..... ,, $ate _ _Ph. _ A Part of the Allegheny Power System Jack R. MIn lz7'