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10 'rbe Gleavme Democrat/ Pathfinder October 27, 1977 various sizes as well as over 900 different fabrics. If you prefer, you may provide your own fabric. This is a rare opportunity to work with one of our staff decorators to achieve the ultimate in eye appeal for your home -- and at a very real savings. f / SAVE 20% The Quality of the workmanship and materials is without equal The same attention is paid to every fine detail regardless of the size or cost of your selection. Corrm in and browse -- the only way you can lose is by not making a purchase. / GEM FURNITURE CO. "-* 153 Main Ave.... Weston West Virglma Bank Finandng Layaway Plan Open Friday until 8 SALE STARTS OCTOBER 31 Obituaries DENVER THOMPSON Denver Thompson, 60, of Mid Avenue in Weston, passed away Sunday, October 23, at 9 a.m. in the United Hospital Center in Clarksburg, following a five-month illness. He was born in Glenville, March 10, 1917, the son of the late Algie Ray and Amanada Lamb Thompson. On September 15, 1942, he was married to Leota Self, who survives, along with one daughter, Mrs. Judy K. Cayton of Camden; one son, Michael D. Before you buy. Check our Prices and Workmanship BENNETT & SON MONUMENTS Dtslday Yard at 440 High St. Grantsville. W. Va. _ 354-6162 i -|7 ................. ??- Thompson of Weston: two sisters, Mrs. Mildred Stump and Mrs. Mary Virginia Miller, both of Dayton. Ohio: and four grandchildren. Mr. Thompson was a member of the First Baptist Church of Weston. a Veteran of World War'II and the United States Air Force, and served in the 345th Fighter Squadron. He was an employe of the Weston State Hospital in the Maintenance Department. He was a member of Glenville Lodge No. 118. AF and AM, and of the Scottish Rite of Charleston. Services were held Wednesday, October 26, at 1:30 p.m. at the Floyd Funeral Home in Weston with Bey. John Lares officiating. Interment was in the Rock-Grove Cemetery with Masonic Rites. CLIFFORD MARTIN Clifford Martin, 65, of Derwent, Ohio, formerly of Tunnelton, died Saturday, October 22, from an apparent heart attack while hunting near Freeport, Ohio. He was born September 15, 1912, in Tunnelton, a son of the late Harry J. and Minnie Teets Martin. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Janis Maxwell Martin: two daughters, Mrs. Towne Book.00tore WE ARE OPEN SUNDAY MORNINGS t0.00 - t2:30 Halloween Cards 1978 FARM & HOME ALMANAC New Sesame 500ree00 Books Alistair Cooke's AMERICA $8.95 Better Homes & Gardens NEW Cookbook $9.95 PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 10:00 a.m. AT THE RESIDENCE OF THE LATE D.T. [Tallle] WRIGHT, 103 SOUTH STREET, GLENVILLE, W.Va. LIVING ROOM: French Provincial couch (Krohler, ornate and beautiful), Credenza, French Provincial coffee table and chair, Early American chair, beautiful pictures, two step tables (leather inlay), table and floor lamps, (some with glass prisms), large palm flower, cranberry glass basket, labrador flower piece with water container, Duncan Phyfe tier table, tilt back rocker, Fancy stand (very old, ornate and beautiful), China cuspidor, studio couch (makes into bed), beautiful rocker, old pitcher (from home of Preacher Hays), old iron elephant, small spinning wheel (very old), mirrors (one, very old), book case, radio, oil lamp, jewelry, other items. DINING ROOM: Duncan Ph.vfe table and 4 chairs. 6 oak dining table chairs, antique and other old dishes, buffet, silverware (service for 6), stainless steel tableware set, William Rogers tableware set (service for 6), silver tea set, lace table cloth, and others, wooden and glass candle holders, ice cream parlor chairs, wicker suit case, wicker fernery and basket, many other items. KITCHEN: Round rock Maple table and 4 chairs, coffee mill, kitchen cabinet, Revere Ware set, stove, refrigerator, utensils, skillets (all kinds), pressure cooker, roasters, stainless steel items, clocks, stool, Maytag washer and tubs, assortment of glass, wooden cannister set, sweepers, and many other items. BEDROOM: Bedroom suite, beds, chests, bedding, mirrors, vanity set, pitchers, and many other items. MISCELLANEOUS: Cow bell, spring steel porch chair, lawn chairs, wash bowl and pitcher, hedge trimmers, glass display case with 2 figurines, wash stand base, day bed, iron bed, sewing machine, maple chest, hand tools, electric fans, glider and chair to match, gas heating stoves, chairs, and many other items. Reason for sale-poor health, and have sold real estate. Many items are very old, many collectible. We request that you not miss this auction. TERMS: CASH NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS OR MERCHANDISE AFTER SOLD FOOD SERVED BY REBEKAHS EDNA WRIGHT, OWNER ROBERT J. BUTCHER, AUCTIONEER Larry {Bonny} Youn Virginia, and Mrs. Teets of Berkeley Jerry Maxwell of Mrs. John (Blondell) Nin one brother, Dr. Rex Frederick. Maryland; ! grandchildren. Mr. Martin was a administrator, having years. He had served Meadowbrook High ville, Ohio, for eight yearS, been a teacher, coach and Preston County schools. He received his B.A. Fairmont State College, West Virginia member of the Methodist Church; Aurori 43, AF and AM in Tunnelton Lions Club. Services were held st Wednesday, October Kiger-Williams Funeral Kingwood. Interment was i ROBERT HrFF Robert Hitt, 50, of Monday, October 17, st following a brief illness. He was born in August 19, 1927, a son William Robert and Polly L i On December 5, married to Daisy Belle survives. Also surviving are two Mrs. Gary {Delores} Linda Gay Hitt, both James Lynn Hitt, at home; Miss Anna Hitt, of Linn; Jesse Hitt, and Guy Hitt, Willard Hitt, of Roanoke, Hitt, of Memphis, grandchildren. Mr. Hitt had been a He had operated a saw Methodist. Services were held st Thursday, October 20, Mortuary in Glenville. Kirkpatrick officiated. in the Hiney Cemetery. CHARLES Charles Thomas Hamstead, Maryland, Glenville, died Sunday, Carroll County Hospital i He was born Glenville, a son of Mrs. Lebanon, Indiana, and Ellyson. He attended th Drive Community Glenville and was General Motors Cot Baltimore. Surviving, in mother, are his wife Ellyson; three and Tomijo Ellyson. all a brothers, Arch Ellyson Edward Ellyson of Wate Willard Ellyson of Bernard Ellyson of George Ellyson of Glenville. Ellyson of Fairmont; three Virginia Simmons of Martha lane Kyer of Indiana, and Mrs. Grantsville. Services were held Wednesday, October 1 Kanawha Drive Carom with Rev. Glendon McKea Interment was in the Cemetery. calls OCTOBER t0 10-3-77, 11:40 from Sand "Fork to St. Parkersburg. I0..4-77, 9:28 from Sand Fork to Memorial HoIpital. 10-5-77, 10:35 from South Lewis Street Clark Hospital, 1 0-6-77, 3:25 Thompson from Hospital Center, 10-6-77, 11:45 from Main Street to Center, Clarksburg. a.m....l  10--8-77, 10:00 coming Parade. 10-8-77, 1:30 p.m.-GSC Game. 10-8.77, 3:45 from Pioneer Stadium Jackson Memorial 10.8-77, 10:07 Conrad from Glenville General Hospital. 10-10-77, 7:55 p.m from Linn St. to Hospital. I l)r. E. W. 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