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12 The Glenville Democrat-Path - Thursday, /h Wise Mobile Office Visit "Wolfe for Senate" Dinner Scheduled JEFFREY ALLEN STUMP Surviving arc The Mobile Office of Congressman Bob Wise will be The 1988 Jay Wolfe for U. S. Senate Dln~r "A New Jeffrey Allen Stump, 21, of Mrs. Karen at the Gllmer County Courthouse on October 5, from Horizon on West Virginia* with Senator Jay Wolfe and Sand Fork, was struck and IdHed three sons, I-3 p.m. for constituents needing assistance and an- former '88 Presidential Candidate Mr. Pat Robertson by a truck Tuesday, September Jane Lew, swers to problems with the federal government, will be held at the grand ballroom at the Charleston 20, 1988 on WV Route 5, at Weston, and Civic Center on Friday, September 30. The reception Stout's Mills. home; two brothers, Fire Department Needs Buildings is at 6:30 p.m. and dinner is at 7:30 p.m. Contribu- He was born in Lewis Pasadena, Calif., The Gllmer County Volunteer Fire Department would tions for dinner and reception are $125.00 per per- like to know If anybody has any old houses or large son and S50.00 per person for dinner only. For addi- County, a son of Ix:on F. and Newark, Dcl.; three out buildings, that they would I like to have burnt tional Information. contact Don or Penny Fox at 462- Dorothy Gribble Stump of Agnes Woodson, down. The fire department would llke to conduct 8296. Grantsville. Md., Mrs. drills and then burn It for tralnlng. You may contact He is also survived by three Weston, and Mrs, Mike Bohan at 462-5484 for more details. Crooked Run Revival sisters, Frances O'Neal of Buckhannon; four SmiLhville, Leona Richards of drcn. Dusk Camp Baptist Church Homecoming The Crooked Run Church will hold a revival Monday GranLsviLle and Pa cia Dowell He was also A homecomlng~wlll be held at the Dusk Camp Bap- through Saturday, September 26 through Oct. I, at of Cleveland, Ohio; two broth- death by four fist Church on Sunday, October 2, 1988 beglnnlng at 7:00 p.m. nightly, with Reverend Bill Gum as guest 10:00 a.m. Sermons will be delivered by Elder David speaker. Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick. pastor. Everyone ers, Raymond Stump of Chi- Mr. Neat was Turner, Brother Roger Stewart, and Elder Mark Mln- welcome, cage, III., and Michael Stump of Bennett's Fire ney. Luncheon wlll be served. Everyone Is Invited to Orantsville; maternal grand- Weston. He was a attend. Dip Supper mother, Manha Gribble of Korean Conflict Grantsville; and mammal grand- Methodist by faith Foodhandler's Class There will be a 25c Dip Supper at the Smith Commu- father, John Taylor on Newton; Services were A foodhandler's class wlll be held October 18 at 1:30 nlty Building on Rt. 18. 9 miles above Troy, on Octo- and two nieces. September 26. p.m. in the white building at the Gllmer County Rec- ber 8. from 5:30-7:30 p.m. The dinner is sponsored by reatlon Center. the Smith Community. Services were held Friday, the Messenger September 23, at the Stump Fu- neral Home, Grantsville, with Folk Fesllval Meeting the Rev. Homer Tenney officiat- MRS. B. There will be a meeting of the WV State Folk Festival ing. Burial was in Wayne Come- Mrs. Orbia Hall Committee on Thursday, Sept. 29 at 7 p.m. in the tery, Minnora. of Ratwoods, Country Store. All Interested people are encouraged September 22, to attend. LORENA G. WOODFORD County Health lmmPost Lorena G . Woodford, 58, of She was born 4162-8056 Norman Family Reunion Tanner, died Thursday, Septem- in Aubum, NEW HOURS: Re,o,ves and friends of Calhoun and Corn Beane bar22, 1988 at her home. Johnand Norman are invited to a get together at North Bend Mrs. Woodford was born in Her husband, 9:00-8:00 Mon.-Sat. State Park In Ritchie County on October 9. 1988. BringRitchie County, a daughter of died Aug. 26, 1973. Order Now-Your own copy of E.T. eats. eating utensils and guests. Grace Haynes Clark of MacFar- Surviving arc lan, and the late Russell Clark. Berry, Stafford, Available Oct. 28. $24.95 AAUW Candidate's Night She was a former postmaster at son, Luther Berry, Tanner, retiring in 1987 with 30 two ($5.00 rebate from Pepsi) The Glenvllle Branch of the AAUW (American Asso- years service. She was a mem- Everett and Mrs. Cinderella. Available Oct, 8. $29,95 ciatlon of University Women) is organizing and span- her of the Tanner United Meth- MaR, both of sorlng a hi-partisan Candidate's Night to be held atodist Church. two sisters, Mrs. FaY’ fiet 2 free movie rentals with each purchase the Recreation Center on Monday, October 3. 1988 Surviving are her husband, Auburn, and MI NEW MOVIES at 7:30 p,m. Candidates. both local and state, have Lady in White SlamDance WallStreot been Invited. The public is invited and encouraged Robert L. Woodford; three Schlamb, Viola, to attend this meeting to learn more about the can- daughter, Nadine Frashure of grandchildren, 15 Broadcast News Empire of the Sun dldates before the November General Election. Next Parker, burg, Luanne Martin of children and seven The Last Emperor Hair, pray week's Glenvllle Democrat will include the names of Belpre, and Teresa Maxwell of grandchildren. Good Moming Vietnam Promise Land those candidates who have agreed to be present. Glenville; four sons, John She was also Leonard Part6 Ironweed Woodford of Lost Creek, Dondeath by three Weeds Tough Guys Don't Dance Siesta Medical Center Hosts aIDS Program Woodford of Glenville and Mrs. Berry was D.O.A. Su$1:Xrt ActlonJacksoll YOu are invited to attend an excellent continuing Ronald and Bobby Woodford, at the Aubum Ba Police Academy S For Keeps education program entitled, "Sudden Infant Death home; three sisters, irene Nutt of attended the BatterlesNotlncluded A13gemTale Syndrome." to be held at the Glenvllle Medical Con- Parker, burg Veda Radford of Methodist Church. Bulletproof Al0heSummer TheK]lllngTlme ter on October 7, 1988 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Shinnston, and Joy Lanh~Lm of graduated from Three guest speakers have agreed to participate: Elizabeth; three brothers, Oran mat School in 1916 18Again Rolling Vengeance Frantic Nancy Mosser, MSN. will present "The Nursing Role': Clark and Keldon Clark, both of a teacher. She Planes, Trains&Autow biles NlghtMaster Jack Frost. MD. WV Chief Medical Examiner. will tel-Parker, burg, and Oils Clark of county health _ Aloha Summer Princeof Darkness low with his topic of "The Role of the Medical Exam- valved in the Farming Iner in the diagnosis of SlDS." ; and Rebecca Brown. MacFarlan; six grandchildren. • NEW MUSIC RN. will present, "aIDS Parents. Infant Monitoring, and Services were held Sunday, Living program and Bon Jovi Randy Travla RickyVanSl' lton the E MS Role." If you wish to attend this program. September 25, at the Stump Fu- bar of the Extension t Metal,ca Nitty GdttyDirtBand Oak Ridge Boys please stop by the GIImer County Ambulance Sew- natal Home, with the Rev. Glen- era, Retirext Teachers 'Lewis& TheNews ice on West Main Street or contact a member of the don McKoc officiating. Burial tion and Judy's Ambulance Service. was in the Woodford Cemetery, She was among I l • ginia FoLk Festival Wholesome White Grain Street R. LEO NEAL in Glenville. Bread o., $1.09 R Leo 59. We=on. Servi were died at 5:20 p.m. Friday, Sep- September 25 at Dairy tember 23, in the Stonewall bson Funeral Home The Sand Fork Detachment Jackson Memorial Hospital fol- Rev. Sheila Baugl ep, 2% Milk $1.59 gal. of the West Virginia State Po- lowing a two-month illness. Rev. Robert Robison Pepsi 2liter 99’ lice reports three accidents for He was born in Gilmer Burial was in the week. The first occured on County, May 23, 1919, a son of tery. FRESHNESS IS OUR TRADEMARK Archway September 20 at 4:05 am 7/10 of the late Riley and Aulda Mes- MONDAY THRU SATURDAY EAST MAIN STREET Cookies Reg.$1.39 $1.19 a mile east of Dusk Camp Road. sengcrNeal. 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. GLENVILLE Vimco An Appalachian Piping Products City Police truck driven by Bobby Ray SUHOA', ,0:30 a.,,. to , p= ca. out Av=,=b,. Egg Noodles1 rob. 89’ McHenry was ,,,eling east on Ambulance Runs following Route 5. When McHenry exited issued by the City Tender, Tasteful Whole Hog West Virginia the turn,at Stout's Mills, he patient: struck Jeff Stump of Sand Fork. September 19 - Maxine Bon- failure to l llx rolL $1,47.. Stump was transported to Spur- nett, 7:05 pm; from Gilmer vehicle; Ricky IC geon-Ellyson Mortuary, Inc. County Senior Center to Stone- ing; Ramela D. $2.89 ca. where he was pronounced dead wall Jackson Hospital in ing; Patrick A. ;t lb. Great Taste, Great Price on arrival. No citations have Weston. of insurance, Quality Steak at a low price Longhorn issued, and according to September 20 - Jeff Stump, Mark C. Minney Trooper Arbaugh, the matter is 4:46 am; from Stout's Mills to the peace, Carson under investigation by a Spurgeon-Ellyson Mortuary,container;, James R. Sirloin Strip Cheese $1,89 lb. jo"t mt effort of the West Virginia Inc. speeding and no Steak $2.79 lb. State Police and the Gilmer September 20 Janice ance; Coy S. Made from Chuck, Boneless County Sheriff's Department. Shields, 11:44 pm; from of insurance; J" NO. 1 Bacon at a Great Price Charcoal Steak $2.59 lb. The second accidem occured Stewart's Creek to Stonewall speeding, Sharon Sliced Bulk " on September 21, at 5:45 am on Jackson Hospital. maintain control E-ZCarve, Very Leanly Trimmed West Virginia Route 18, one September 21 accident at Robert S. Bacon 99’ lb. mile north of Route 47. Williard 33/119 North, 6:47 pm; no trip. and Robert Able.s, Fresh& Lean Ham Slices $2.391b. Gray of Troy apparently lost September 22 Oral Curl- cation. control of his vehicle which re- ningham, 7:55 pro; from Whit- Tlime arrests ,). Chicken Liver NOW ONLY 69’ lb. sulted in the vehicle leaving the ing Avenue to Stonewall onard Pritt, road and overturning. No inju- Jackson Hospital. Michael L. E! DELl ITEMS ries were reported and Gray re- September 23 - Louise the influence, ceived a citation from Trooper Luzader, 11:53 pm; from Gar- of an accidenk R.L. Miller for failure to use a den Apartments to Calhoun stop for an FRIDAY, SEPT. 30: child restraint. General Hospital in Grantsville. Patrick J. Spaghetti w/Meat Sauce, Tossed Salad & The third accident occured September 24 - Irene Bosley, appear for a citadon Garlic Bread ....................................... $2.59 September 22 at 11:05 am on1:26 pm; from Leather Bark to issued. Chicken Fingers w/Sweet & Sour Sauce .... .$1.99 Route 119 at the intersection of Calhoun General Hospital. Two accidents Heiney Hill Road. Janice September 24- Oral Curl- ported duringth’ MONDAY, 0CT. 3: Shields of Glenville was travel- ningham, 2:27 pm; from Stone- tember 21, a Baked Steak, Mashed Potatoes & ing south when a Chevy truck wall Jackson Hospital to CAMC dent occumd on Peas ............................................... .$2.59 driven by Lloyd Szalnaker of in Charleston. near College Chicken Noodle Soup .................................. .$1.69 Glcnville failed to yield and September 25 - Dottle Quick, becca Susan Love TUESDAY, OCT. 4: struck the Shields vehicle.8:37 pro; from Stewart's Creek was Beefaroni, Slaw & Roll ............................... .$2.29 Shields was transported by the to Stonewall Jackson Hospital. signaled a Gilmer County Emergency September 26 - James College Boulevard- Chicken Liverew/Fliea ................................. .$2.09 Squad to Stonewall JacksonBenear, 7:19 am; from MainFrashure of Linn WEDNES., OCT. 5: Hospital. Stalnaker received a Street to Veteran's Administra- behind Love Pork Cutlet, Fried Apples, & Biscuit. ....... $2.39 citation for failure to yield a tion Hospital in Clark,burg. apparently failed. Vegetable Soup ........................... .$1.69 fight-of-way, tempted to pass THURS., OCT. 6: Fires Reported collision, but Bob's Beef Stew w/Cornbread ................ $2.19 * • * * * * • * * • • • * • • • * * in the left • treated by the Bennett and Son . . Monuments & • September 22 - Gluck Run, Emergency Squad dent site. Frasurc • 12:47 pm; Glenville Unit re- failure tomaintain Crisp&Juicy PRODUCE Crisp Green * Markers • sponded. Ttm second White • BuyOlrect& * on September 26 ")" Crlep Green " * -" "- also on Route 3311 • Save Salesman . A. Oppe of Celery 59’.. . (commmions) * • haling a • * Mineral Road ] "0"U-U " Route S Ephone of 354.6162Granls 111e ." Marie Zinn of Cox We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities , • coins =,nnot be mad, to stop, striking SPECIALS Thursday thru Wednesday . by ~ . they are net durable and were reported alld • Inskle Display • we,, oat • • loved with another metal, a citation for :• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ••• -. heJ" vehicle.