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resident receives state library award ' daughter of Mr. Fidler of Troy. West Virginia 1976 Service Librarian l, The award for service, to in West three awar ds of the in Huntington her under- la Cum Lauds earned ,i.brary Science Prior University in 1962. she served as school librarian at Tygart Valley High School, assistant librarian at (;lcnville Stale (;()liege, and head librarian at Alderson-Broad- dus College. She is a past president of the West Virginia Library Association and recently completed the first organiza- tional handbook for the Association. Active in several other l)rofes- st(ms1 organizations, stm is t)residenl of the tluntinglon Branch. Ameri(:an Association of Uniwrsity Women, an(t has held offices in the Marshall Chapter of American Association of Ufiversily Professors and Psi Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma. She is on the Friends of the l.ibrarv Board for Cahell Sale " s Stockyard November 13, 1976, 10:30 A.M. 117 Performance Tested Angus Cows 37 Grade Angus Cows 12-2 to 5 years old 25-7 to 9 years old 6 Performance Tested Bulls 5 Angus 1 Polled Hereford ;rade Heifer Calves Performance Information Available Machinery 1.grain elevator trap truck 1-hay elevator tractor l-Ford manure spreader l-Ford corn picker l-Ford 3 bottom plow :'-,, 1-Ford 6 ft. brush hog l-Ford 3 pt. hitch blade I-hay tedder (horse drawn) I-A.C. forage harvester l-large stock tank )reader (new) 1-Ford lift disk Planter (new) 4-Ford haywagons (5-ton) ms Too Numerous To Mention Howard Dawklns--Winchester, Virginia Mr. and Mrs. Grover Louk Ituttonsvllle. WV-- (304) 335-4530 loader ! } i I i Josephine Fidler ( {11111\\;'. Miss Fidler is a member of the American IAt)rary Association. South- eastern l.ihrarv Association. Tri-State Chal)ter. ACRI,. Ohio Valley Te(:hni(:al Service l,ibrarians. Beta Phi Mu. West Virvinia ltislorial Sociel V and (',l)cll-\\;Vavnc [listorical Society, She is a native of Troy. Something to sell? Try our Want-Ads. Proven sellers for your miscellaneous items. Call 462-7309 now! RANDY HAUMAN Randy Hauman, age 20, of 609 Duff Street, Clarksburg, a student at West Virginia University, died in a Pittsburgh hospital November 5, following a brief illness. He was born in Fairmont, West Virginia, August 20, 1956, the son of H. Paul and Patricia Furr Hauman. In addition to his parents, he is survived by a sister, Mrs. James (Carol Diane) Gordon, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin; his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Retta Hauman, of Glenville; his maternal grand- father, Gilbert Furr, of Spencer, West Virginia; and several aunts l|||l|llllllll and uncles. Mr. Hauman was a member of the  l Staley United Methodist Church, a  '" I graduate of Washington-Irving High Nov 13th, 10 30 a m shar I school; Class of 1974, attended . ...... - ..  : ....r:  Saldtltikdlege, and was presently ,rr. rantsville/Rt 76, ' attending West Virginia University Across from Mr. Zion Chruch i in Morgantown. He was very active ) followinn items" I in the Boy Scouts and had appeared  . _m in several plays in the Clark,sburg Ind bed, stand tables, fainting couch, round l area, mos! recently "Oliver and Xatom chairs, ice cream chairs and table, I "Carousel. I rockers, large swivel bookcase, spool bed, I Friends may call at DavisFuneral S .............. Home, 443 West Pike Street unaay ucretary, burrer, arop lear tame, spool 2 m to 4 m - - I and Monday from p. . P. . rner cupboard, dresser, several trunks, and from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Funeral 4re fr n | serwces will be held Tuesday, ames, nail kags, car planters, several _ " " thisc Stnn,mr," w/names churns ,or I l November 9, at 1 p.m. The Rev. ,, ....................... Charles High, pastor of the Staley ,ffee grinder, oil lamps, iron pots, baskets, I ficiate. A commita " . " ct held Tuesday at 3 p m m the _ , large wooden tool box, wooden planes, I .  . " " . ,2 ._. ........... i Meadow bane t:emetery in tilen- " tqOllnS, Scales, Drass Kettles, Iron Kettle, I ville oil Et watercolor paintings, yellow dog I " . ..... )trn, tin toys, misc. horse harnesses, side .... - --- ............. " Idle bags, insulators, fishing equip, school i_ | . ..=. ....... =l .. . ,,  ILl '91assware. Gun collection: Muzzleloading II | .'11 r  , shotgun, muzzle-loading rifle, single I | -[-[ tpUns, 22. rifle, lady's garter pistol; other I ! Before you buy, =Orne need repair; ammunition and brass, I I Check our Prices and I; Hundreds of items too nurrous to I [ Workmanship of few sales where everything is antique I | .... . . i I BENNETT & SO ut responsibleroraccioents MONUMENTS " OWner Mrs. Ernest L Kelley I I Oispla Yard at 440 Hi hSt rt " v g ers: Clyve Litton and Jack Radcliff | I Grantsville, W. Va a,er, isbuim rg-%,i=Vi,,30'l.d'' 91111 J L as4-6's2 630 Elk St. , W.Va. i Office 36441365, 364.5547 ' ' GILMER COUNTY On S Acres; 3-4 BR, full basement, covered patio, unlimited free natural gas. S33,500. autifui 3 BR, on very nice 3V acres; on good road. $39.995. ry older home--S15,500. BR, full basement, on 2 nice river lots. $15,500. 17 500 Mr, grand old 2 story with room to spare. Only $ , )ME--1973 model; nice at only $6,200. ,4 BR; city utilities; with plenty of space for a garden. $14,995. :lOse to everything in this 2 bedroom rancher with above ground full basement. S17,900. 2 bath; ce lot; hardwood galore in this spacious, grand old 2 story. S39,500. Acres, Gilmer County, out bldg., stream, fruit trees, timber, etc. Only $18,000. descriptions. Call or write for free catalog. Wendal hay-765-5164, A.B. Stewart-364-Og0B, Jeff Waynne-264-2628. How to buy a Xmas tree With the nation's Bicentennial Year only a few more weeks to go. many Americans will choose to celebrate its final days with the same kind of Christmas trees our Founding Fathers cut and trimmed 200 years ago - a natural tree. To help the public select trees of high quality, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Marketing Service is offeering a free booklet entitled "How to Buy a Christmas Tree." In addition to tips on what to look for. the booklet describes five of the most popular species and the characteristics of each. Also included are sections on Christmas tree care and the U.S. grade standards of quality. For a free single copy of "How to Buy a Christmas Tree," write to: Information Division. AMS. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. 26 Federal Plaza (Room 1653}. New York. NY 10007.  1 $" Henry Luzader Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick officiated at funeral services Saturday, Nov. 6 at the Spurgeon Mortuary for Henry Lee Luzader, 48, of Gilmer died who died at his residence Thursday, Nov. 4. Burial was in the Sand Fork Cemetery. Mr. Luzader was born in Gilmer County, a son of the late Cecil and Minnie Smith Luzader. He attended the United Methodist Church and was an employee of the Gilmer Fuel Co. Surviving are his widow, Betty Louise Greenlief Luzader; a son, Roger Lee, of Gilmer; four daughters, Mrs. Anna Lousie Parsons of Burnsville, Mr. Ruthalea Terrell of Orlando, Fla., Marlene Kay Luzader of Weston, and November II, 1976 The Glenville Democrat/ Pathilnder 7 Phyllis Hitt, Ray Taylor wed Phyllis Hitt Miss Phyllis Ann Hilt of Charleston, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Hilt, and Raymond Lee Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Taylor of Charleston, were married October 16 at the Elkview Baptist church by the Rev. Bobby Sizemore. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Burke Sumpter, of Weston. "* Sally Neely was the organist. Mary Ann Williams served as matron of honor and Randall Glen Butcher. cousin of the bridegroom, was best man. Ushers were Lewis Ray Taylor and Cecil Lee Taylor, brothers of the bridegroom. Following a reception in the church social room. the couple left for a trip to Pipestem State park. The bride is a graduate of Glenville High school and Center college. She is employed at the Charleston National bank. Mr. Taylor is a graduate of Herbert Hoover High school and is a self-employed mechanic. The couple will reside at 1524 Vindale drive, Charleston. Out of town guests from Weston and lane Lew were Mrs. Sharon Kraus and Beth, Mrs. Oleta Hitt, Mrs. Reila Matthew, Mrs. Shirley Murphy and family, Mrs. Helen Hitt, Miss Sharon Hitt, Mrs. Mabel Corder, Miss Linda Corder and Mr. and Mrs. Burke Sumpter and ]on. _ v I HEARING TEST swr FOR GLENVILLE W. VIRGINIA Electronic hearing test wU] be given at the Conrad Hotel t Glenvllle each third Wednesday of the mon 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. by Mr. Kem Hyre, Certified Hearing Aid.. Audiologist. BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICE 442-B. W. Pike St. CJarksburg. W.Va. 26301 ARE YOU READY TO BUY PROPERTY? No. 187--lust cross over the bridge to this one. 29 acres with much tractor ground, bottom meadow, creek frontage. Solid 2-story barn; view and very private, lust $0,900. t.no txe am setet GEORGE W. ADRIAN Exclusive Representative Box 25 Troy, "vVV 26443 Phone 873-I 736 No. 146--For the person of he future. 129 acres, not far from Glenville. Road frontage, bottom ground; ntce woods, fruit trees; private. Easy terms. Look ahead on this one for $17,000. No. 192--YOUR DREAM COME TRUE AT LAST. 77 acre - paradise with eelld one-story house. Free gas; electric, Private and secluded. With work, a show place in the making. $21,900. Rose Mary Luzader. at home; a brother. Robert Lee of Mannington; a sister. Mrs. Stella Mae Anderson of - ve Music Lman Craword Lyman Leslie Crawford, 76, of [ Sate Nlte Nov. 13, 1976 1 Letter Gap, died Wednesday, Nov. 3, at He was born in Calhoun County, March g, 1900, son of the late H. E. mad formerly was employed by Hope , timberman and had attended the United Methodist Church. / Tayl l i Survivors include a daughter, ON Place ' Mrs. David Pierce, Letter Gap, two grandchildren and one great- grandchild. / 5 miles from Glenville on j Services were held Friday, Nov. 5 at Spurgeon Mortuary in Glenville with /mghway 33 & 119 on Weston Rd. We ! the Rev. Ronzel Roberts officiating. Burial was in the Miller Cemetery. [ have Tony's Famous Supreme Pix PizzaS, ] r..., w.av., / &Sandwiches 1 Thelma Opal Weaver, 71, of 211 / We appreiiate your Imtronage t 13th St.. Parkersburg died at her You ]' residence on Oct. 31. / lrllllk She was born in Gilmer County. daughter of the late Francis A. and I re & Hannah Talm. l Emma Hardin Weaver. She had been an employee of the former American Viscose for over 40 years. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Beatrice Dugan and Lillian Weaver, of Parkersburg; by two nieces and four nephews. She was preceded in death by two brothers and a sister. Funeral services were held Wednesday Nov. 3 at the Leavitt Funeral Home in Parkersburg, with the Ray. Samuel Marshall officiating. Burial was in the Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Parkersburg. t pa rt), good sfo rhanksgiv,ng.i00 ,ou00a In00o,,s a merchandise now on diso v. ] t Full line of.Christmas " ' i House on the Prairie books-- ] OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK ] e t nge e.s ] co mpl e sets or si i, titl. MOBILE HOMES. INC. t t 9 7 7 Almanacs and calendar ( are ,n. Crepe paper .... Rt. 4 lust off 1-79 TakeGassaway-Suttondts  , . .|_ . I ,p I- -I- _ ! ,ow.,,o...w., t streamers in a variety of colors, j , Gassawav WV Opposite RraxtonC, ounty Armory Mon-Fri 9-7 Sat 9-5 Sun t0-t2,30 ] ....... L ' .-.--- "------ -"--':'- -:" "