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$ The Glville Democrat/ PaUflllnder o,.,,h,,r  I7 I Tanner News ; by Irene Hogue II i I   ; l [|],,layed] Peggy Ann Volin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hardman was stricken with a gall bladder attack. They rusht her to the hospital in Bagley Heights. Ohio. When they opened her up. she was full of gall stones. She is home now and getting along fine. Peggy is a graduate of Glenville State College. The Pythian Sisters Temple No. 68 of Tanner had their annual conference October 1. They had a very good attendance in spite of the rain. Some of the sisters came from Parkersburg. Bridgeport. Clarksburg. Creme, Char- leston. Harrisville and Smithville. They served a delicious ham dinner at the noon hour. Tanner Temple had their annual inspection in the evening, with Rtta Reynolds. Parkersburg was asked to hold the next annual convention at their Lodge Hall on Lynn Street. Mary Hardman spent the after- noon last Thursday visiting her Phythian sisters who are shut-ins for one reason or another. She visited Mrs. Dottle Gainer. who isn't feeling too well: Fern Stutler. who also isn't feeling too well: Mrs. Mildred Bailey. who is taking care of her mother: Mrs. Georgia Kemper. who has had a stroke: Mrs. Nell Hinzman who has had a stroke, but is getting along marvelously well: Mrs. Sue McCart- nay: Mrs. Gathet Jordan, who was THRI ATTEND MEETING "Gilmer County Assistant Super- intendent of Schools Robert H. Hardman. Special Education Coordi- nator Jessie Chuey, and Gilmer County High School Principal William ]. Piercy attended a Title 4-C Meetin at Canaan Valley State Lodge on Thursday. October 13. The three representatives made a presentation concerning Gilmer Coun- ty High School's reading program. visiting Mrs. McCartnev from Hurri- cane: and Mrs. Sara Frymior. Sara has a heart condition and wasn't feeling a bit well. Hope they are all feeling fine by this time. Miss Ermah Damewood attended the Pythian Sisters convention October 1. She was looking well and was very happy to be home and to see all of her old friends, but she loves her new home. Mike Frymier was hospitalized for a virus. It seems that he had a virus and it settled in his muscles. He is home but must stay in yet for a while. Mike goes back to work October 10. I had a very nice letter from Mrs. Tressie King of St. Maws. Mrs. King. as a good many of you know, is a former resident of this county, and several people will remember her. She isn't too well. She resides at 214 River Side Drive, and I'm sure she would be happy to have cards and letters from old friends. Bud Cain is in the Calhoun General Hospital. Bud got pretty sick about midnight the other night, and was rushed to the hospital. He has been in bad shape for a few days. Hope he will soon be able to be home. Darrell Stewart of Compton. California. has been here visiting. He took suddenly ill and had to go home before he got to see a lot of people that he had planned to see on this trip. However, he is back to work and plans to come back on his vacation. Mr. Stewart is a brother of Mrs. Mary Hardman. Debbie Robinson and Jerry Frasure are celebrating joint birthdays today. They were both born October 8, seventeen years ago. Jerry is Debbie's Uncle, for all who don't know. The Tanner Girls Basketball team is getting off to a good start this year in more ways than one. Their coach has a new baby girl. ALL NEW wc.q,Wuo 680 ON YOUR DIAL Have you visited Caplan's Donna and Virginia Stutler are visiting their grandmother and great grandmother this weekend. The Stuffer gifts are from Wooster. Ohio. Fern Stutler is their grandmother and our young lady. "Dottie" Gainer is their great grandmother. "Dottie" isn't feeling a bit well. perhaps a few cards would help. That "Norrie" Collins and Jean Rhinos have been galivanting again. They were in Parkersburg shopping, Friday. October 8. Holly Gainer of Charleston, son of Mrs. Dottle Gainer. is visiting his mother and sister. Mrs. Fern Stuffer, this weekend. The Roy Collins had a busy weekend last week. Mrs. Collins' sister, Mrs. Edna Shrove, and daughter, Gladys, and husband of Buckhannon, spent the weekend with them. Mrs. Shrove is on her way to Florida, where she will spend the winter. There were some stories, and I moan stories, floating around last hunting season about how many deer were taken out of our farm. And I do mean stories, because they were not true. The Game Wardens have been invited to visit several times. We do not know just when they will be here, but they will .be here. Don't let them catch you doing anything you shouldn't. Tommy ]ennings and David Warner of Charleston were here today looking the situation over before hunting season. This is their second trip to check. Good Luck, boys. Whoever owns the "barking dog" in Tanner. w,hy don't you put a muzzle on it, people like to sleep. _ !l ! ........... 1/ LI Jill III ..... Sand Fork News by Eula Gill Mrs. Messenger is some better at this time. Mrs. Gillis was elating in Harrison and Taylor Counties and attending the revival at Victory Valley Church. Jack Frost is nipping the last rose of summer. Halite Carson plans on going to the doctor this week for a toe operation. Oral Gillis has been cutting trees for wood as neighbors are stacking it up for winter. Mr. Jack Luzader is feeling better at this time. l Obituaries BESSIE C. DOBBINS Bessie C. Dobbins, 77. of 526 Brownell Avenue, Lorain, Ohio, died Monday, October 3. in Lorain Community Hospital shortly after admittance. He had been ill for several months. He was born March 27, 1900, in Orton, a son of the late Isaac W. and Nancy Clevenger Dobbins of Norman- town. Surviving are his widow. Ouita Curtis Dobbins: three sons. Carroll C. Dobbins of Amherst. Ohio, William C. Dobbins of Baltimore, Maryland. and Emmitt W. Dobbins of Fairmont; two sisters, Mrs. Callie Haines of Glenville, and Ella Dobbins of Logan: six grandchildren: and two great-grand- children. Three brothers and one sister preceded him in death. He moved to Lorain from Fairmont in 1954. He was a former coal miner. but was later employed by Cleveland Quarries Company. where he was a stone cutter, until his retirement in 1966. While in Fairmont he was a member of and attended the Valley Chapel United Methodist Church. He was a member of the Park Avenue United Methodist Church of Lorain and the Believers Bible Class. Services were conducted at 10 a.m. Wednesday, October 5, in the Garland Funeral Home in Amherst, with the Rev. Jerry Paull officiating. The body was then taken to the Ford Funeral Home in Fairmont. Graveside committal service was held at I0 a.m. Thursday, October 6. at Beverly Hills Memorial Gardens in Morgantown. with the Leman Channell officiating. CAR LOANED Anew 197RDodeAnon has ben and Joe Neff of Paducah, Kentucky: ---- 4-. --'" ""  - r e ' ' = ' " suiied to the Gle'i n *'" ^n^,. fOu sist rs.,Mrs. IT(Botey. Ms, Annie ,,qves. /l,rs,,i0da Mciung and Mrs Driver Education program on loan .,., ...... ' .,,, ,,,.:_ .... : ,,. " Belle Amm au of Nmholas County from Mullen Motors of Parkersburg. ' ; This is the third car Mullen has loaned, sven grandchildren; and eight the GSC program. GSC will provide all fuel for the car while it is used for Driver Education classes here. The school also agrees to keep the vehicle clean and provide proper maintenance. Classified advertising paysHH Jewelry Store during their 50th Anniversary celebration? Until Saturday, October 22, there are Diamond Specials - Watch Specials JAMES E. NEFF James Eldridge Neff, 89, of Glenvillo, died at 6:30 a.m.. Sunday, October 9. in the St. Joseph's Hospital in Parkersburg. following a lengthy illness. He was born March 29, 1888, at Snow Hill. Nicholas County, a son of the late Alec and Mary O'Dell Neff. On December 11, 1911, he was married to Dessie May Amick, who preceded him in death, August 15. 1968. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Harold (Genelea) Burk of Glen Dale: two sons, Sterling Neff of Parkersburg, great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death b five brothers and two sisters. Mr. Neff was a member of the Trinity United Methodist Church and the International Order of Odd Fellows Lodge of Glenville. He was a retired baker and grocer. Services were conducted at the Spurgeon Mortuary in Glenville at 2 p.m. Tuesday, October 11, with Rev. Clyde Bush officiating. Interment was in the Sand Fork Cemetery. NORMANTOWN PTA TO MEET The Normantown PTA will meet Thursday. October 20. at 7:30 p.m. An open house tour of the school building is planned following the business session. i0% to 20% savings for you during this happy event, also free gifts. Come in and register for drawing on October 22. No purchase necessary. Winners need not be present. Caplan's Jewelry Store 1 59 Main Ave. Wesmn, WV BROOKS S. TALBOTr Brooks S. Talbott, 75, of Glenville, died at 11:45 a.m. Tuesday, October 11, at his residence, following a brief illness. He was born in Lewis County, November 15, 1901, a son of the late Ira Lee and Dora Romine Talbott. On August 27. 1927, he was married to Beryl Garrett, who survives. Also surviving are a son. Charles Edward Talbott of Parkersburg: one daughter, Mrs. Norma Janet Reed of Jane Lew; two brothers, e.G. Talbott of McClellantown, Pennsylvania, and Forrest Talbott of Lemont Furnace, Pennsylvania; and six grandchildren. He was preceded in death by one son, one brother and one sister. Mr. Talbott was a retired Hope Natural Gas Company employe. He was a farmer, a member of the Gilmer County Farm Bureau and the Troy Baptist Church. Services were held at 2 p.m. Thursday', October 13, in the Spurgeon Mortuary in Glenville with Rev. Harry Miller officiating. Interment was in the Troy IOOF Cemetery. STANLEY C. FRYMIER Stanley C. Frymier, 29. of Route 7. Newark, Ohio, died Friday, October 7. He was born August 6, 1948, in Tanner, a son of Carl D. and the late Lillie Wilson Frymier. Mr. Frymier was a 1968 graduate of Lewis County High School. He was married to Alicia G. Grant of Weston. who survives along with three children, Stanley, Jr., Jason L. and Alicia Diane, all at home. Other survivors include his father. Carl Frymier of Weston: two sisters, Mr. Eugene (Wands) Allen of Stumptown, and Mrs. Pedro (Freda) Palmer of Cleveland, Ohio: and three brothers, Charles A., Everett W. and Denzil L. Frymier, all of Cleveland, Ohio. One brother and one sister preceded him in death. He was an employe of Owens- Corning Fiberglas in Newark and attended the Licking Valley Church of Christ. Services were held in the Chapel of Bruckner and Kishler Funeral Home at I p.m. Monday, October 10. with the Rev. Donald Allen officiating. Inter- ment was in Hanover Cemetery. Accident near Letter Gap A juvenile drove a 1972 Mercury. owned by Paul Wolfe of Stumptown. from the pavement and into a road sign near Letter Gap. on Thursday, October 6. at approximately 8:15 a.m.. according to an accident report on file in the Gilmer County Sheriff's Office. Sheriff Clark R. James investi- gated the incident. His report stated that heavy fog and a wet surface on US 33-119 were probably the causes of the accident. The vehicle was traveling south, according to the report. No citation has been issued. The incident is under investigation by the Gilmer County Sheriff's Department. Call 462-7309 to place YOUR adl Public Auction SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1977 10:00 a.m. AT THE RESIDENCE OF MR. AND MRS. ALVIN G. BUSH, 4Va MILES, NORTH OF GLENVILLE, W.VA. ON U.S. 119-33 AT BALDWIN, W.VA. REASON FOR SALE: SOLD PROPERTY, AND FALLING HEALTH LIVING ROOM: Rocking chairs, end tables, door chimes, sofa bed, padded chair, T.V. stand, floor and table lamps, book case, stool, walking canes, cushions, rugs, figurines, Christmas tree and decorations, air cleaner, and many other Items. BEDROOM: Beautiful poster bed and matching dresser, lamp stand, 3 iron beds, bedding, iron baby bed, dresser base, hand woven pure linen sheet [very old and good], gas heaters, Gold Watch Chain, electric sweepers, wash cloths, towels, and many other items. DINING ROOM: Round oak table, and six chairs, set of silver, set stainless steel table ware, set of dishes, other dishes, and glassware, Linen table cloths and napkins, and many other Items. KITCHENS: 17 cu. ft. deep freezer, Amana refrigerator [like new], Whirlpool Washer and Dryer [like new], kitchen range, apartment range, dish washer, base cabinet, crocks, ldthen utensils, utility cart, mixer, canners, cream separator, tables, and many other items. MISCELLANEOUS: Riding lawn mower [King Cutter], power mower, tables, stoneware, gas regulator, treadle sewing machine, ear cooler, sad iron, electric iron, mangle iron, wash board, hand tools, porch swing, and lawn chairs, side saddle, vaporizer, clothes [Fur cape-like new-cost $650.00], and many other Items. TERMS: CASH NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS OR MERCHANDISE AFTER SOLD. FOOD TO BE SERVED BY REBEKAHS AITCI'IONEER : ROBERT J. RIrFCHER S: MR. AND MRS. AI,VIN G. RUSH receives A $3,000 purchase of law the Gilmer County Governor's Delinquency group's was held at the Police at Accordin Mrs. Mary Davidso be used to buy of the books have  obtained. Wage reached by Consol A new wage ratified by the Allegheny Mountain Union. Local g99, which represents employees of Corporation. with Clarksburg. and Company, Marietta. The one-year nounced iointly management. 8.213% or an average' hour for hourly or an average of clerical empioyee. 1. 1977. Based on the clause of a two-year in October. 1976. the union and committees got under 15. A tentative a September 23 and the week of September FBI_A A reorganizatio Calhoun-Gilmer Business Leaders was held in Calhoun-Gilmer Grantsville. FBLA is an business and offic s There are 19 and 25 in the The following elected foi" the Wolfe, President Vice President Secretary {Gilmer}: Treasurer {Gilmer}: Reporter {Gilmer}. The officers for't Debbie Houchin. Jan Hinzman. Vice Eva Starcher. Linda Peggs. Treasu Analee Hall. The Chapter meeting in the Department at the Fund raising It was decided that such items as coloring books and The Chapter also donation to the StatS state officers to Convention in ltnon Glenda MartS, Glenville Junior announced that hot a number of West Virginia through October Mrs. undertaken by Club were in need of public support for efforts. eooooooeooeO eel#dr# : How i A 0 i" If I could ; toclaimal Up tO : that you : this monOY own : you : If you'r COVe : I can. It's the ; and if yOu' ; vantage : ing out. : Lot ma J , ' Met rltlllll ejILO 4t