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I 12 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder , | October 30, 1975 Ballm.d Bailey Ballard Bailey, 85, of Cox's Mills. died Saturday, October 25. at the home of his brother, after a short illness.- He was born in Wyoming County. son of the late Thomas J. and Armentie Gibson Bailey, was a retired coal miner and timber man and a member of The Church of God of Cox's Mills. Survivors include two daughters, Violet Wolfe of Mascautah, Ill. and Martha Wolfe of Elk View; one stepdaughter, Edith Bailey of Cox's Mills; seven brothers, Kelly of Akron, O., Ed and Marshall, both of Hazelgreen, Nelson of Cox's Mills, and Wilburn, Elic end Leon, all of Cyclone; four grandchildren and eight great- grandchildren. Funeral services were held Monday, October 27, at The Church of God at Cox's Mills, with Ministers Roy Bailey and Rev. Hermon Osborne officiating. Burial was in Horn Creek Baptist Church Cemetery. Hunter K. Yarnsworth Hunter K. Farnsworth. 79. of Greensboro. N. C.. and a former resident of Troy died in a Greensboro hospital Monday, October 20. He was born at Troy in Gilmer County. was graduated from Glenville State College, taught school in Troy for a number of years, then moved to Greensboro 40 years ago where he was area representative for the Sheaffer Pen Co. He was a member of the First Baptist Church in Greensboro, the Herman Masonic Lodge No. 6. was a 32nd degree Mason. a member of the West Virginia Club. a veteran of World War I. and a member of the Men's Bible Class of the First Baptist Church, where funeral services were held October 24. There were graveside services at the Farnsworth Cemetery in Troy. He is survived by his wife. Lillian Finley Farnsworth; and a brother. Dr. Danner Farnsworth, of Belmont. Mass. 10% DISCOUNT I nsulated Boots Overall Jackets 10% DISCOUNT Blankets Towels - Wash Cloths Infants Wear "ON THE Gr sville West Virginia ...... I ..... .- --- ,r3DK::]L=m~r'lrm-',c:3~ DZ~JDDE=I~n::JL'~Z~L'-m'~Z::Ie~C:]:]LLa.~L.~ ...... LJUt--~ 1L~_. IIII I I AT THE RESIDI~CE OF NELLIE lVL SMITH, SUGAR STREEr, (E~ 4} PRICErOWN, W. VA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1975 SALE TIME: 1:00 P. M. 3 pc. Bedroom Suite-Bed, Dresser, Chest Drawers (comp. w/springs & mattress); Twin Maple Beds (complete); Birdseye Maple Dremmr; Small Rockln8 Chair; Dinette Set (Table & 4 Chairs); G. E. 24" Television; Gas Heatin$ Stove; Circulating Heater; Bathroom Heater; Studs; Stools; Sm. Bench; Pets & Pans; Hand Tools; Curtains & Drapes; Royal 36" Gas Cook Stove; G. E. Rofrismrator; Studio Couch; Occasional Chair; 3 Maple Chairs; 2 Coffee Tables; Dresser; Kitchen Base Cabinet; l~ectric Fan; Elec. Sweeper-Broom; Odd Chairs; Foot Stool; Dishes; Scatter Rugs; Canning Jars; Transistor Radio (Battery-Elec.). MANY OTHER rrEMS ADMINISTRATOR: HARRY sMrrH, PARKERSBURG, W. VA. AUCTIONEER: COL. JERRY STOUT PHONES: 269-4478 or 472-3534 NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS BHIIIIIIIHIII II I .......... I II I I Mrs. Lena O. Zinn Funeral services for Mrs. Lena O. Zinn, 87. of Newberne, who died in the Roane General Hospital in Spen(:er recently, were held Saturday. October 25 at the Lawford United Methodist Church with the Rev. Rite Emerson officiating. Burial was in the Lawford Cemetery. Born in Ritchie County. she was the daughter of the late Willy and Ida Mae Goff Law. She was a member of the Lawford United Methodist Church. the Cairo Chapter No. 39 Order of the Eastern Star, and had attneded West Virginia Wesleyan College in Buck- hannon. She is survived by two sons, Roy S. Zinn, Jr. of Newberne, and Dr. Raymond D. Zinn, of Terra Alta: two daughters. Mrs. Ida Mae Cooper, of Davis, and Evelyn Zinn of Spencer; six grandchildren; and five great-grand- children. She was preceded in death by her husband, Royden S. Zinn, Sr., and by two sisters. appb production tram list year Agriculture Commissioner Gun R. Douglass reported today that West Virginia apple production has in- creased significantly over the past year. Over 260 million pounds of apples were produced in the Mountain State this year, accordinR to Douglass, a 24 percent increase over 1974 production of 210 million pounds. Larger than usual apple crops have been reported in other apple producing states in the Eastern United States. "This increased production has made supply greater than demand," Douglass said, "lowering the price at the orchard and creating serious economic problems for producers." Douglas said. "Consumers should be on the lookout for lower apple prices at the supermarket." "West Virginia Apples-A Con- sumer Guide and Recipes" brochure is available to the public without charge upon request to the Department. The brochure is full of many interesting facts concerning varieties, character- istics and used of 14 apples common to West Virginia. It also gives many tips on buying, storing and serving apples. Another important feature of the brochure is the recipes using apples as the main ingredient. Write: "'Apple Brochure". West Virginia Department of Agriculture, Charleston, WV 25305. Have anything to sell? List it on the Classif'md page 4 cents a word, $1.00 mininmm per ~1. Due to our 1976 model Mercurys we 1975 PLYMOUTH DUSTER p/steering, 6 cyl., bucket seats auto. trans, v/roof red/black 1973 MERCURY MONTEREY 4 dr., full power, a/c, v/roof, low mileage, Brown 1973 DODGE POLARA 4 dr., full power A/C, v/roof Blue 1973 FORD TORINO 4 dr., p/steering, A/trans., Green 1972 HORI 'T 2 dr., 6 cyl., p/steering, Yellow 1972 PLYMOUTH FURY 4 dr., v-8, p/steering, A/trans. Gold 1972 FIAT st. trans., low mileage, Red 1971 FORD TORINO v-8, p/steering Green 1970 DODGE DAJT SWINGER 2 dr., v/8, p/steering, v/roof Green 1970 MERCURY MONTEGO 4 dr., v/8, p/steering, Blue 1969 DODGE DART 4 dr,, v/8, p/steering Beige 1968 PONTIAC 4 dr., p/steering Blue TRUCKS 1973 FORD F100 s/trans, v-8, 10,000 miles Green 1972 DODGE D100 fiat bed, v-8, p/steering low mileage Main & Lewis Streets $k lh, Pkaae 4&2.7336 l_ These early 1900's scenes depict oil boom times in Rosedale. Not a very pretty site in those da' own one of these gushers. Photos courtesy of Harold Sands. "IT" " i ~ Scorpio Oct. 23- Nov. 21 Mars - 1 You wilt just have to control those nervous feelings if you hope to attain your desires. Disclose your aims and purposes to trustworthy friends. The3; could come up with a brilliant suggestion on how to achieve them. Make sure that there is no wavering in your optimism. Spend within your mear~. People once believed that it' a candle burned with ~ blur flame v.'>~ a Eho~! in lho hloJ':e. t @ Presenting, due to popular interest, the lm stop Nov. 3-7, 7:30 p.m. Burnsville School Cafeteria Foa free tickets or Information. Ask for "Pat" The Slate Division will 11:6/75 on File Reqn. No. 142 No bid on Purch, Administration, Charleston, West To the estate of Otis .. All person o~ Otis Oral Ha not, ar, thereof offi before otherwise, benefits of All on otherwise Given October. 1975, The St, Division will 11 17/75on Reqn. 151 No on forms Cha rlesWn. LEGAL The 11/4/75onf on contract Glenville No on forms CharlestOn. ONE fll rj.,=