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o 10 The Glenvllle Democrat/ Pathfinder September 16, 1976 Furrs to celebrate 50th .:::;::::::.:::::::::..:..:..:::..:::::::::::::::::::::::::::..:: ".:::::" ".:'.:'.:':::::::::::::::k::::::::::: Mrs. Jean HLnide Funeral services were held Wednesday, Sept. 8 at Spurgeon Mortuary for Mrs. Jean Hinkle, 73, who died Sept. 6 Ray. Martin Berisford officiated, with burial in the Stalnaker Cemetery. She was born in Gilmer County, a daughter of the Late William and Jennie Hays PoweU. She was a member of the Trinity U.M. Church in Glenville, was retired as a school teacher from Gilmer County and Lorain County, O., schools. She was a member of the Retired Teachers Association. She is survived by a son, Mervin, of GlenviUe; a daughter, Mrs. Mona ames, of Kennesaw, Ga.; two sisters, Mrs. Madeline Barnes of Clarksburg and Mrs. Lucille Riddle of Elyria, O.; and three grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harley Hinlde, in 1953. @ THE BIG THING AT ROBINSON MOTORS COMPANY, INC. We want you to buy America's largest selling car from us .... But we want you to be glad you did, Service is the reason we are what we are (SUCCESSFUL). We want to do better and we will be giving you the best service for your car or truck. We aell CHEVELLES, MONTE CARLOS, NOVAS, CORVETTES, CAMAROS, VEGAS, CHEVROLETS, sad CHEVROLET TRUCKS; plus the complete JEEP sad OLDSMOBILE lines. 1609 East Main Street HARRISVILLE, WV Jesse Hoke Williams Jesse Hoke Williams, 79, of Normantown, died at his residence at 11:30 p.m. Sept. 6 following a long illness. He was born Nov, 10, 1896, in Gilmer County, son of the late John and Maude Norman Williams. He was married Sept. 4, 1923, to Pearl Norman, who survives, Also surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Zetta Walker of Charleston, and Mrs, Leona Lowe of Normantown; six grandchildren and two great grandchildren. He founded the Williams Esso Station at Normantown in 1921, and retired in 1952. He was a former member of the Selective Board during World War II, and a former member of the Gilmer County Welfare Council. He also held membership in the Normantown Methodist Church. Funeral services were held Thursday, Sept. 9 at Spurgeon Mortuary. Rev. Fell Kennedy officiated with burial in the Normantown United Methodist Church Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Furr of Glenville will observe their 50th wedding anniversary with an "open house" reception for friends and relatives from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 19, hosted by their children and grandchildren, in the banquet room of the Conrad Hotel in Glenville. The couple requests that gifts be omitted. Monuments - Markers 20% off This Month iiii!00i iiiiiii :::::::: ,***..., !!iiiii ,%.°°°, Select No. 1 Granite ili!i! Over 100 Designs to Select From !ili!iil in C00,,,ral Wes, Virgi.i. ili00i Easy terms can be arranged iii!iiii ,open 7 days a week 9 to 9 iiii!iii i ,,. K ddy Monument Co. i00iiiili iiilii Tel. 269--5573 Weston, W.Va. iiiiiii @ PLAYTEX The Furrs were married Sept, 21, 1926 by the Rev. J. M. Hays at the home of the bride at Moss, W. Va. Mr. Furr is the son of the late William and Gay Hire Furr. Mrs. Furr is the former Golda Beatrice Wilson, daughter of the late Charles and Nancy Clovis Wilson. The Furrs are the parents of four children: Mrs. Dick {Marito) Stalnaker of GlenviUe, Charles Furr of Olmsted Falls, Ohio, Robert Furr of Beaufort, South Carolina, and James Furr of Glenville. There are nine grandchil- dren and two great grandchildren. Mr. Furr is retired from the United Fuel Gas Company. The Furrs have lived their entire life in Gilrner County. ___- .... L__J_JI .... ii ...... Before you buy, Check our Prices and Workmanship BENNETT & SON MONUMENTS Display Yard at 440 High St. Grantsville. W. Va. 354-6162 i Save SlOOon these Uving'Stretch Bm #159 Stretch Straps Sale ends ;Te. $06.50 Now only $5.50" # C tton Straps October 11, 1976 reg. $5.95 Now only S4.95" Sa00upto00on Cmss Your Heart" . / THE reg. $7.95 Now only $6.45 , / " #685 Seamless tricot bra NowutDC.Aip I !  !''" reg. $6.95 Now only $5.45  l #655 Seamless fiberfill I  l reg. $7.95 NOW only $6.45 / I  #961 Soft sider fiberfill/tricot bra  / reg: $5.95 each Now, for $10,40  00TRE / #35 Cotton reg $3 95 each Now 2 fo, $6 90" KS 0 S / #36 Cotton stretch straps _.  J reg. $4.95 each Now 2 for $8.40 \\; #56 Playtex Padded Stretch bra /\\; e, ....  .= reg $6.50 NOW only $5.50  e  ON 00udde00m BANKAMERIcARD #90 Tricot bra reg $7.50 Now only $6.50 #92 Fibedill reg. $7.95 Now only $6.95 WESTON West Second Street HOURS: 10-8 Daily 12-6 Sunday OUTSTANDING LEADER - Vlona Skinner County reeelved a eertHleate during 4-H Weekend, held recently at Jackson's Mill State her outstanding leadership and youth her is Ronald Stump, dean and director of University Center for Extension and is Mildred Fiser, 4-H youth development by Audry Corad Mr. and Mrs. Clark Carr celebrated the holidays with their children and friends. Those visiting were: Mr. and Mrs. Emery Askins Scott and Ramona from Germantown. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dalton and Joan from Miamisburg, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. John Paul Carr, Tracy and Cristy, from New Martinsville. WV.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carr of Gassaway WV.; Mr. and Mrs. David W. Va. and Mr. Carr, Howard Glenville. Also visit Henneth Ohio; Mr. and Kimberly a and Susan Ricky Cart of by Nedra AHtop Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dobbins and and Lizzy and a Donna from Graflon, Ohio visited Mr. from Grafton, and Mrs. Leamon Moss over Labor Day David Beall weekend. Mr. Lee James was taken to the Da Veteran's Hospital in Clarksburg BeaU of Steer Sunday, Sept. 5. He is not doing very A bridal well. Mohr Saturday Robert and Jean Woodyard from Mrs. Ruth Elyria. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Junior Calhoun General Whisman from Grafton. Ohio and Mrs. shd/ Pare Brown and daughter, Fawn. from be sent to California visited Mrs, Macel James Room 102. recently. Mr. and Mike Marks. oldest son of Mr. and family; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Marks spent Labor Day and Mrs. Weekend with hi parent He is from visited Mr. and Prince George. Virginia. over labor Day Guests at "*""''"'"''''''"''"'" Mrs. Harlen i  Weekend were: • . , ’:: ' : ' + . • .tl:3t:TU t:llt.l   *: ..... Wilford Reed; r • "J • • ..  / . Osborne; Mr. e • ' =d . Mr. and Mrs. B • -: • . . , • . Mrs. Mike Smith, : AI.tA. ,4. &= Ik : Mr. and Mrs. OW' : rtIJUL t I • C • Junior Dobbins; ; .... ;j  : Grafton, Ohio ar : murrlu f : Kenny Roberts, : : Keith Wolfe fro  : I can help you start your : and Dou Collins t ma'riage right. Metropoli-  Chadwe'of North= • tan policies can provide . - . -.--I • • Larry }er " • the protection 'our family • _e : will need during tle early  Paul Jenkins had years of marriage,when ex- : last week. He : penses are hardest to : seriously. : meet, : Guests at the : For real happiness in the  Mrs. Disko Par : future plat, now,  were: Mr. and M Call me today for details, : Ronda and Jackie; ," HUNTER B. BEALL, JR. : Parsons, Ricky • 813 Grmd Central Avenue • and Mrs Iessie • Vienna, W.VL 2106 • Mr and ! ; O1: {304) 2I£P41 " : family from Gr= . ...... . uay wee eml : NtetroPol|tan : area. • • • ( : Whcreth’ future ls now : Mrs. Zcy • e e Metropolitan Ll|e Inl Co N Y N Y : the Camden .............o .'..,'........ Parkersburg S, G.en'e  m m s Barbershop IN | Just Remodeled Jl UNISEX • Blow,. IHI£1RS "'-'°" OWNER also empred Betty Hewitt formerly with: n Fashionette I Openino Aug. 3 Turn. thru Sat Evening by Appt • Merchant lrkersbulg • A Man's ParkersbuN