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The Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder 11 OBITUARIES MELISSALYNN LOWTHER Robert Radcliff with the U.S. Commission and the Port and Mrs. Francis Keesecker of Security Office in San Fran- Route 1, Glenville; maternal cisco, grandfather, Lee Van Dine of Surviving: brothers, Arnold Prestonsburg, Kentucky; of Glenville, Junior of Morgan- maternal great-grandfather, town, Robert and John, both of Harvey Stoneking of Route 1, Michigan; sister, Mrs. Cora Glenville; paternal grand- The daughter of Dan and Army in Germany; two Frasure of Baltimore, mother, Mrs. Maria Bazan of Patricia Sue Kelley Lowther daughters. Mrs. Debra Good- Maryland• Guayana, Puerto Rico. was stillborn on Monday, Oc- win of Parkersburg, and Donna Services were held on Fri- Services were held on Satur. tober 15, at the Stonewall Radcliff at home: two brothers, day, October 12 in Spurgeon day, October 13 in Spurgeon Jackson Hospital, Weston. Hayward and Kenneth, both ofFuneral Home, with the Rev• Funeral Home, Glenville, with Surviving are: one sister, Parkersburg: two sisters, Mrs. Martin A. Berisford officiating, the Rev. G. B. Van Horn and Amy Lou Kelley, at home; Jean Trippett of Parkersburg, Burial was in HineyCemetery,the Rev. R. L• Haddix of- maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Betty McMullen of Linn. ficiating. Burial was in Cedar- and Mrs. Wilbur Gall Kelley, Mineral Wells; and four grand- ville Cemetery• Sand Fork; and paternal grand- children. ANTONIATORES.VAN DINE I'* .............. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Services were conducted on Antonia Reinaldo Torres- ] f Lowther of Linn. Monday. ©etcher 15 at the Van Dine, 15-month-old son of I Rl _nn H' = IRIn I Graveside rites were held onFranklin & Son Memorial Reinaldo and Cecile Van Dine I ............ I Wednesday, October 17 at theChapel with the Rev. Reva Torres of Denver, died Sunda , ! Mn ,tu= T LuA= =n i Y I ....................... Hiney Cemetery. Hupp officiating. Burial was in October 7 in Fitzsimmons Ar- . offtcean(l'DlsnlavYard I Spurgeon Mortuary was in the Big Tygart Cemetery. my Medical Center, Denver, I 440 HIgh S'treSet I charge of final arrangements, after a long illness. Mrs. Torres Granlsvllle, WV ', ILENE P. TURNER was formerly of Glenville• I Also Inside Display Ilene Pearl Turner, 51, of Let- Also surviving" sister, I ..... on. Rt.S. .... i • I tWOMiles ADove uranlsvltle . THOMASJ. SULLIVAN ter Gap. died Sunday, October Bethenia Maria Torres at I POBox262 I Thomas J. Sullivan, 84, of 14 at the University Hospital in home; maternal stepgrand- Grantsvills I n NurisII c.Ann.Perry ann Cottageville died Thursday, October 11 in a Clarksburg Morgantown after an extended father and grandmother, Mr. ; Phone354-6162 II ;;',n;cerCmo hospital after a long illness, illness. He was born in GilmerCoun- She was born in Norman- 1_ ............... , ty, a son of the late John land town, a daughter of R. B. and P- ............................ -"-'i Appalona Sullivan. He made Rose White Reed of Norman- II SPgRGEON MORTUARY, INC. I his home with his nephew, town. She was a member of t LICENSED MORTICIANS I Wesley Sullivan, for 25 years, the Mount Pisgah Baptist liGlenville" WV Phone 462.7660 I He was a veteran of World War Church in Stumptown. ill In addition to her parents, ! j. j. Spurgeon, Pres. Terry. L. illyson I "Services were conducted she is survived by her hue- ................................. band, Harold Turner; a : .... I Monday, October 15 at the daughter, Carolyn at home; a ...... Casto Funeral Home, with the ,| Rev. Gerald Sayre officiating, son, Richard at home; a .|; A t EA Burial was in Blaine Memorial brother, Robert Reed of Nor- ..... mantown; a sister, Mrs. Wanda ' " " ' ' :~'~ • . ~.' ~ ~ ,, i, Cemetery. Isenhart of Orrville, Ohio; and ~ l~r~,: ,~.~;;~ ENROLL NOW . ' f~ t~" ~ several nieces and nephews. 1, L~I'~ I ~/~_ r,{~ EARNEST B. RADCLIFF Services were conducted J Earnest B. Radcliff, 53, of on Wednesday, October 17 at ',t3 ..... Route 1, Mineral Wells died the Mount Pisgah Baptist 1,,..,= .... Thursday night, October 11 at Church in St,mptown, with the Cake Supplies Second St. Weston WV 269-6473 decorating supplies and molds 24 thru Oct. 27 only Wed & Thur 10 aJ to 8 Sat 10 to 2 Also te $1.56 lb. Colored also available the Camden.Clark Memorial Hospital after a long illness. He was born in Gilmer Coun- ty, a son of Mrs. Mable Radcliff of Route 1, Mineral Wells, and the late Bryan Radcliff. He was employed at the Union Carbide Metals for several years. In addition to his mother, he is survived by two sons, David White of Parkersburg, and Rev. Rodney Minney of- ficiating. Burial was in the Turner Cemetery, Lockney. ::i CRONNER F. MOODY Cronner F. Moody, 78, of Linn, died Monday, October 8 in Calhoun County General Hospital after a short illness. He was a Mason. He was retired from the Civil Service Graduate as a Professional Hairdresser "STUDENT LOANS or TERMS AVAILABLE "GOVERNMENT GRANTS AVAILABLE" "Gi and VETERAN APPROVED" "Start Your Career Today" , A NATIONALLY ACCREDITED BEAUTY SCHOOL !i Utility Commission has special meeting 339 W. Pike St., Clerksburg, WV Free Information Phone 624-6473 p.m. with Tom Luzader, Garry October 26, 1979. Kight, Clarence Bumgardner and Mayor Phyllis M. Starkey present. The Commission inspected bid quotes for the Governor's Emergency Grant of $5,000. The grant allows repairs or replacement for a break in the sewer line above Glenville Utility Water Plant. The Carr Construction Company bid was accepted as the lowest bid. Regular monthly meeting date was set for the last Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. in the Mayor's Office. A discussion was held on replacing the present manager NAME / ' The Gienville Utility Corn- of Gtenville Utility, Dick Beatl. ADDRESS .......................-- misst special session T=e Comrnission moved to ter- ,, - on Tuesd'ay October 9. at 5 inate Bealrs service as of CITY ................STATE .......... Ph. ~. .... :,~. .... Ms. Montgomery joins sorority On September 20, Ms. Sharon Montgomery was rib- boned into Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority, which lost its charter in 1974. Ms. Montgomery and 13 other girls decided that the sorority should have another chance, so with the help of the Housing Director and Panhellenic Adivsor, the girls and the sorority got its chance. Alumni were contacted and several came to Glenville to talk to the girls and help with the ceremony. A represen- tative from National Head- quarters conducted the ceremony. It starting at 1 p.m. 4/10 at Ed Reed residence the it by National Home; sewing track stereo; console stereo fryer; 2 oil lamps; pane windows with 150 ft. plastic pipe; some stove (used 3 mo.); 5 gal 10 bags mortor; 1 Sears clip; 1 12 ga. single shot horse mowing machine; grabs; harness; collars; lot misc. items too lle, real clean. We bids on trailer and car. FOR ACCIDENTS Clark Minney : Ed Reed 30 through 29, 1979 ONLY and First Meeting Fee A MOVING PLEA If you are planning to move, please give both your old and new addresses when sending in any change of address• Please remember that the Postal Service does not for- ward second class mail. If you move and do not notify The Democrat.Pathfinder, you will not receive your paper. qlVi gs of S3.00) for class locations i OPTOMETRISTEyesExamined ii~liiil L DINING COOKBOOKS Glasses Fitted Every Grantsville Over Parsons Jewelry 1 "800-642-8275 Across From :::: Courthouse ~,:: r,,oei,,,s ".'. From 7 a.m. Phone 354-7928 ii i