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8 The Glenv~e Democrat/Pathfinder September 25. 2975 Laura E. Marshall Laura E. Marshall has been a ':~-long Democrat, but she was "tickled" to receive a congratulatory telegram from Gov. Arch Moore, a Republican, a week before her 10Oth birthday. She'll reach the century mark on r, September 27 and will celebrate with an open house party at the home of her daughter and son in-law. Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Hall of 27 Van Horn Dr. Although confined to bed since suffering a illness a year ago. Mrs. Marshall is alert, converses well and has a fine memory. She was born on a Stewarts Creek farm to L.D. and Columbia Snyder McVaney. lust after the family moved to another farm along the Kanawha River, near Sand Fork. Mr. McVaney died. which meant that Laura and her mother looked after the farm and family. "I went to Low Gap School-a one-room, log house heated by a wood stove: the four school trustees cut the wood. I stayed 'till the 6th grade when we moved into Sand Fork. Mother operated a boarding house and I worked as a domestic until my marriage." she said. Laura married Charles Edwin Marshall in 1896. when she was 21 years old and they lived on a Stouts Mills farm Mr. Marshall worked as a farmer and teamster and eventually be became a State Road supervisor. Of her seven children, four are deceased: Robert V; Opie C.; G.G.; and William. The others are Aaron C. of West Milford. C.L. of Stouts Mill. and Lucflle Hall, the only girl. October 4, 1975- 1 p.m. Estate of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Jones of Bull Fork of Tanner 1 Kitchen Cabinet (tip out flour bin}' 1 Kitchen Cabinet base; Cooking Stove Refrigerator Hot Plate (gas} 1 Washing Machine 1 Buffet 1 Table 1 China Cupboard 1 China Cupboard, Old 3 Heating Stoves 1 Ironing Board 3 Trunks , venp0rt 1 Reed Settee 1 Sewing Machine {treadle} 1 Dresser With Wash Stand 1 Chest Drawers Lot Dishes, Silverware, Bed Clothing 2 Old Bed Steads. Other Items too Numerous to List. BA to salute Mrs. Marshall also has 16 grandchildren. 27great-grandchildren small business and 5 great-great-grandchildren. A half-sister, Mrs. C.C. Snodgrass of S. Charleston, is 88 years old and a half-brother, D.D. McCullough of Buck- hannon is 86. Mrs. Robert Van Horn. a granddaughter, is 50 years old. Mrs. Marshall was 50 when Mrs. Van Horn was born, according to Mrs. Hall. "Mother was very fond of television but doesn't care for it anymore." Mrs. Hall said. "Now she likes to visit with people here and I read her news stories and items from GRIT. She also enjoys magazine love stories.'" Mrs. Marshall says her happiest time was when her sons Aaron and C.L. returned from World War I and World War It. respectively. The saddest time for her was when her husband died, November 18. 1953. Despite the myriad of modern conveniences which have mushroomed over the years of Mrs. Marshall's lifetime, she feels that people aren't as happy as they were when life was simpler and people came together more. Other changes? "We were more self-sufficient in the old days," she recalled. "'We canned and dried and home-preserved all our foods then. We couldn't run to the store for cottage cheese when we wanted it. We had to make it then. And we did. Hard cheese, too. I studied my school books by the light of the wood fire or by kerosene lamp. We couldn't travel too far to quickly because of bad roads and slow transportation." she said. One of the styles that hasn't changed from her younger days is the trend towards long hair and moustaches for men. "She doesn't like the pony tails and unkempt look of a lot of younger men nowadays. But men wore their hair long and had beards and moustaches when mother was young," said Mrs. Hall. Travel Coaadl to meet at Noal bad The Country Roads Travel Council will hold its September Board of Directors meeting at North Bond State Park on September 25 beginning at 7:30 P.M. in the conference room. Several items are included on the agenda for this meeting which include discussion of the Country Roads Travel Council nominee for the State travel award. The Council will also discuss some suggested By-Law changes. realignment of membership fees. and arrangements for the annual dinner meeting. Meetings of the Country Roads Travel Council Board of Directors are open to the public, and anyone engaged in a travel related business is encouraged to attend so that the effectiveness of the Council can be maximized. The interest and activity of the nation is in America's Bicentennial Celebration. The West Virginia office of the U.S. Small Business Administration, has announced a "Bicentennial Salute to Small Business", the purpose of which is to recognize the contribution of small business to the American way of life. Ike Mayfield, Director of the SBA office located in Clarksburg, stated, "small business in West Virginia has contributed so much to the economy and well being of the state. The 200th anniversary of our heritage is a great time to pay tribute to the small business people for their ac- complishments and to let them know we are interested in their continued strength and success." THE PROJECT OF THE SBA office is to recognize as many of the state's small business people as possible for their outstanding leadership in the social and economic development of their community; for their independence and symbol of freedom; for their hard work and determination in their strive for success. The type business, location, size of the building, number of employees, etc., makes no difference as eacla business has its own merit and each is worthy of recognition for in- dividual contributions to society. All are urged to join with the SBA in this project by recommending the small business people in your community so SBA can present them a "Bicentennial Salute". Submit a brief narrative, outlining the history of the business, along with any photos or illustrations which will further describe the business, to the SBA Clarksburg District Office, 109 North Third Street, Lowndes Bank Building, Clarksburg, 26201, Attention: Janie Watson. All business people recommended will receive a cer- tificate from the SBA. THIS PROJECT WILL continue until fall of 1976, at which time all West Virginia small business people recognized over the months will be invited to attend the statewide SBA Bicentennial Celebration. Director Mayfield concluded, "With your support and cooperation, SBA will be successful in making a substantial contribution to the 200th anniversary of our country's foundation and to the unique free enterprise system we represent in the Small Business Administration." rRY ONE ! FAMIL Y REUNIONS t~l"| Se ln Sjl The seventeenth annual Wiseman reunion was held at Wilmar Lake with a dinner served by the Wilmar Restuarant. Rufner Stalnaker presid- ed over the meeting. Officers elected for the coming year were: President, Rufner Stalnak- or; Vice President, Zenith Wiseman; Secretary and Treasurer, Frostie Pratt. The next reunion will be held at Glenvflle, the fourth Sunday in August, 1976. Those in attendance were: Mrs. Flossie Wiseman, M. and Mrs. George Wiseman, Mr. and Mrs. Ovis Talbott, Mr. and Mrs. D.S. Parsons, Mrs. Phyllis Pratt, Dr. Duane Pratt, Mrs. Randall Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. Zenith Wiseman, Mr.and Mrs. Francis McCauley, Mr. Thurman Lovell, Mrs. Cleota Butcher. Mrs. Holly lones, Mr. and Mrs. lames E. Fiddler, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Wiseman, Mr. and Mrs. lohn A. Ferruson, Ir., tulia Ferruso, lenny Ferruson, Mrs. Zetra Kennedy. Melvin Wiseman. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith and son Billy, Tim Smith, Mr. Alva Wiseman, Mrs. Gretta Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Grimm and Rebecca, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer I. Somerville, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wiseman, Mr. and Mrs, Ruffner Stalnaker. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lamb, Mr. and Mrs. lee Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Wiseman, Mr. Robert Snetsinger. Miss Sue Slater, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Hunting, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Parker, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Thorpe, Mrs. William Preston, Mrs. Susie B. Williams, Mrs. Roxie R. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Gibson. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Williams, Mr. and Mrs. David Williams and son Aaron, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Long, Julia and lason. Mr. and Mrs. Oren Williams, and Mrs. Frostie Sea Pratt. Upper, Lower Spruce Run Schools The Upper and Lower Spruce Run Schools first reunion was held on August 31 at the Arbuckle Park near Glenville. A picnic dinner was served to 64 persons, both teachers and students of both schools, along with friends and relatives. Before the meal. Rev. Gaylord Van Horn reminisced about days past and offered grace. " Officers subsequent Harvey, Alltop, treasurer, Knight, secretary. Prizes were Reed of Baltimore. distance traveled School); Ruth for farthest Spruce School); person {Lower Thompson {Upper Margaret Reed person from LoWer and Mrs. Ruth Moss person from Upper,` Those attendi~! Mr. and Mrs. Charleston; Mr. Knight,Baltimore, Venice, Ca.; Mr. McVaney, Holmes Harvey, Li~ Mick, Mr. and Mrs. Ok~] Augusta Hersman, Mrs. Howard Mr. and Ms. Roda~ Stein Mrs. Denzil Knight, Kennedy. Glenvill~ Wakeman. O.; Claude Adams, Lambert Mrs. John Furr. Edna Yeager; Glenville; Mr. and Mrs. Jack O.; Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Northfield. O.; Mr. and Mrs. Lakewood, O.; Billy Burns and Maaaillon, O.; Glenville; Mr. and Maple Heights, Glenville; Amanda GlenviUe: Rev. and! Horn. Glenville; burg; Mr. and Glenville; Beulah John and Jeff MosS, Edwards. Mandle Wright. and Mrs. J. The next reuses Cedar ( of Labor Day HORSES FOR SALE: 2 yr. olds: (1} wonderfully gelding quarter horse (pure color}; $250: (2} quarter horse-gorgeous horse with great Pony-horse gelding-beautiful dark buckskin stockings-the most gentle and friendly $225.00. YEARLING: Palamino filly with tail-very nice. $175; YR. OLD PALAMINO was horses {now a gelding, born on Arthur Goclfrey'S Farm. Gaited and well-trained. Call 462-5223 or Tom. Make offer. Not Responsible for Accidents Terms: Cash Adminlstratrix: Ruby Jean Bush Auctioneer: Clark Mlnney The County's Best Bargain - a yea(s subscription to your hometown newspaper. The Glenville Democrat and Glenville Pathfinder. Just $5.15 for in-county residents. Call 462-7309 today. % 'SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1975 STARTING AT 9:00 A.M, LOCATED 14 MILES NORTH OF SUTTON. 4 MILES WEST OF FALLS MILL ALONG LITTLE K.4JMAWHA RIVER, P& MILES OFF RT D ON BLACKTOP ROAD. FOLLOW AUCTION SIGNS. L/VIS/OCl 12 COWS & 12 CALVES - COWS ARE $ TO 7 YEARS OLD - ANGUS & ANGUS CROSS COWS 3 YEAR OLD REGISTERED HEREFORD BULL - HORNED 150 BALES OF SECOND CUTTING HAY auciimmy i - M INTERNATIONAL TRACTOR , 1 - H INTERNATIONAL TRACTOR WITH BRUSH HOG, CULTIV,~TOR & EXTRA STEEl. WHEELS I - FERGUSON TRACTOR WITH REAR MOWER (REBUILT), 1971 MASSEY FERGUSON HAY BALER #12 INTERNATIONAL SIDE DELIVERY RAKE, OLIVER HAY CRIMPER, NEW HOLLAND ~ANURE SPREADER W/FORAGE BED (175 BUSItEL), l0 FOOT LIME SPREADER. 2 WHEEL FARM TRAILER W/16 FOOT FLAT, 14 INOI DRAG PLOWS, CULIP J~L'TOJt, HORSE-DRAWN HAY TEDDER WITH TRACTOR HITCH (8 FORK), INTERNATIONAL H/LAMER MILL, CORN CRUddIER, FAIRB~K PLATFORM SCALES, GRAIN DRILL, 2 ROW INTERNATIONAL CORN PLANTER (PULL TYPE) [] IIHBM6$ tOI MI/ B*UILDIHGS CAN BE INSPECTED BEFORE THE SALE - 9 ROOM HOUSE WITH COPPER PLUMBING. FORCED HOT WATER HEAT & CONVECTOR HEATERS. 2 BARNS 34 X 50. SCALE HOUSE. GRAINERY, WOODEN SILO ( 14 X 28). CHICKEN HOUSE. TOOL SHED, MACHINERY SHED, CELLAR HOUSE, S~tOKE HOUSE AND STORAGE BUILDING. (BUILDINGS MUST BE REMOVED BY OCTOBER 31, '1975) I ll$ill01 .& ,llllml 9 PIECE SOLID WALNUT DINING ROOM ~UIT 2 OAK WASH STANDS, OLD SINGER SEWING MACHINE, OAK HICA4 BACK BED BED, SPRINGS & MATTRESS. GAS HEATING STOVE. GENERAL ELECTRIC COOK STOVE. SPOOL BED (OVER I00 YEARS OLD) ,,, DINNER BELL = S~AALL SPINNING WHEEL. ROCKING CHAIRS 12 X IS RUG 9 X 12 RUG TIK3 12 X t2 RUGS ORGM4. CJ~BINETS. DISHWASHER = 6 FOOT DOUBLE BOWl. SINK = LAVATORY 6 FOOT BATHTUB * HUmP BACK TRUNK . DRAPES. 2 SWINGS = LAWN CHAIRS BED * SPLIT BOTTOM CHAIRS, STONE JARS, BRASS KETTLE IRON SALT KETTLE TWO-BURNER HOT PLATE. SWING SET. HOT WATER PUMP * STILLARD SCALES. MODEL T WHEEL WRENCH. fA/JI rOOfS & /SC. HAND CORN SHELLER RIDING LAWN MOWER. 1000 FEET OF BLACK INCH PIPE. 40 FOOT EXTENSION LADOER. SLEDS TOW CHAINS ~ POWER SAW. POTATO SPRAYER 4, STEP LADDER ROTOTILLER = WATER PUMP. I~ H.P. =. POST HOLE DIGGER HAND CORN PLANTER BINDERS PITCH FORKS = MATTOCK = SLEDGE HAMIdER # SOUARE = HAND SAW HAY KNIFE. m )/ )?i MANY OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS OWNERS: BILL & PAUL CURRENCE REASON FOR SALE: THE DAM HAS TAKEN THEIR PROPERTY LUNCH WILL BE SERVED CATTLE & MACHINERY WILL BE SOLD AT 12:00 NOON TERMS: CASH AUCTIONEER: SAM GARRETT