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Page 6--The Gienville Democrat/Pathfinder--Thursday, November 14, 1991 National Conference on Governor's Schools to visit LILLIE B. BAILEY Lillie B. Bailey, 78, of Rosemont, died Thursday, No- vember 7, 1991 at United Hospital Center. She was born January 18, 1913, in Gilmer County, a daughter of the late Willie F. "Pop" and Nettle Beckner Minear. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harry G. Bailey, in August 1958. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Harold (Natalie) Kelley and Mrs. Bud (Alice) Corder, both of Rosemont; three sons, Robert Bai- ley, Jane Lew, George Bailey, Rosemont, and James Edward Bailey, Shinnston; two brothers, Lee Minear, Baltimore, Maryland, and the Rev. Hayward Minear, Mount Clare; twosisters, Mrs. Carl (Ethelene) Blair, Baltimore, and Mrs. George Edwin (Mabel) Longwell, Flemington, and 19 grandchildren and 36 great-grand- children. Mrs. Bailey was a member of the Victory Valley Church at Rosemont where she taught Sun- day school for many years. Services were held Monday, November 11, 1991 at Victory Valley Church in Rosemont with Rev. Brice Utt officiating. Burial was in the I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Remington. VIRGIL PAUL LOWTHER Virgil Paul Lowlher, 57, of Troy died November 7, 1991, in the Ruby Memorial Hospital, Mor- gantown, as a result of a tractor accident. He was born in Linn, a son of the late Hoy J. Lowther and Stady Radcli ff Lowther, who survives at Linn. He was twice married, first to Sara Edwards who died De- cember 19, 1970. His second wife, Evaline J. Sponaugle survives. He was retired from the West Vir- ginia Glass Specialty Co. in Weston. He was a farmer and a Methodist. He is survived by three sons, Edward McCullough of Chester, Virginia, Paul and John Lowther, both of Troy; seven daughters, Connie Parker of Raleigh, North Carolina, Colleen Bragg of Chester, Lisa Adams, Mary Ann, Delores, Ida, and Laura Lowther, all of Troy; five brothers, Leo Lowther of Grafton, Ohio, Lester Lowther of Troy, Alfred Lowther of Dennison, Ohio, Kenneth Lowther of Weston, and Robert LowtherofLirm; four sisters, Betty Brown of Jane Lew, Fredda Jones of Sullivan, Ohio, and Lettie Marks of Massillion, Ohio; and four grandchildren. Services were held Saturday, November 9, 1991 at the Boyle Funeral Home in Weston. Burial was in the Sunrise Cemetery at Troy. OVERT M. SNIDER Overt Martin Snider, 65, of Orlando, died November 5, 1991, at the Stonewall Jackson Memo- rial Hospital following an brief illness. He was born May 17, 1926, in Gilmer County, the son of the late lea E. and Sudie lsenhart Snider. He was reared from Glenville State College Maintenance Department with 22 years of service. He was a member of the Gilmer County Senior Citizens and the former College Street United Methodist Church. On June 21, 1947, he married the former Emma Riffle, who sur- vives. Also surviving are one daugh- ter, Betty Jo Heater, Orlando; one brother, John Snider of Brooksville, Florida; one sister, Eula Miller of Louisville, Ohio; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by two sisters. Services were held Friday, No- vember 8, 1991 at the Spurgeon- Ellison Mortuary, with Rev. Rob- ert Nicholas officiating. Burial was in the Pisgah Cemetery. GUY MOWERY Guy Mowery, 50, of Marietta, Ohio, formerly of Crawford, died Sunday, November 3, 1991, at Marietta Memorial Hospital. He was born January 22, 1941, in Gilmer County, a son of the late Isaac and Hattie Ford Mowery. He was preceded in death by his wife, Ruth Burkhammer Mowery. 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Mr. Mowery had worked at sev- eral trades. Funeral arrangements were in- complete at publishing time. WILLIAM J. THOMAS William J. "Bill" Thomas, 81, of Lost Creek, died Tuesday, No- vember 5, 1991, at United Hospi- tal Center, following an extended illness. He was born in Orlando, Febru- ary 27, 1910, a son of the late Richard and Estella Henline Tho- mas. Surviving is his wi fe of 54 years, Margaret Quinn Thomas, whom he married December 4, 1937. Also surviving are two broth- ers, Tom Thomas, Copen, and Arden Thomas, Belington; two sisters, Marie Thomas, Glenville, and Virginia Funkhouser, Alexander, Virginia, and several nieces and nephews. Mr. Thomas was a retired welder for Plumbers and Pipcfitters Union Local No. 152, Fairmont. He had attended the re- organized Church of Christ of Latter Day Saints. He was a mem- ber of Jackson Lodge No. 35, AF&AM, Good Hope. Services were held Friday, No- vembcr 8, 1991 at Davis Funeral Home, Clarksburg Chapel, with Mr. Fred Johnson officiating. Burial was in Brick Church Cem- etery. Correction The obituary of Annabelle Reed in the October 31 issue should have stated that Reed died in Indiana. Also, her son, Thomas Franklin Reed, resides in Whiteland, Indiana. The fu- neral home and cemetery were both in Indiana. GSC jazz band to perform The Glenville State College Jazz Band will perform under the direction of Phil Rossano, as- sistant professor of music, on ,Thursday, November 14 at 8 p.m. in the An and Music Build- ing Auditorium. This, the third jazz concert under Rossano's direction, will offer a wide variety of music. The program will include "Birdland," a rock tune from the late 70s; "California Country," a big band tune; "Fly Me to the Moon," by Sammy Nestico; "Spain," by Chick Corea; "Row of Toes," a blues tune; and "Other Side of the Rainbow," ar- ranged by Randall Hall, a local musician. According to Rossano, "The group has more maturity than last year and it's exciting. The sound is not loud--it's more melody. It's pretty to listen to." Bennett and Son : e eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee The West Virginia Governor's Honors Academy (WVGHA) and the WVGHA Foundation will welcome the National Con- ference on Governors' Schools to West Virginia November 13- 16, 1991. In 1989, Governor Gaston Capenon traveled to Princeton, New Jersey to extend the invitation to meet in West Virginia. The National Conference on Governors' Schools (NCOGS) Corporation supports the estab- lishrnent of Governors' Schools in states that do not have them. NCOGS also promotes excel- lence in education in every state. The conference offers opportuni- ties for colleagues throughout the country to share ideas con- cerning the initiatives which have proven most successful with their students. The West Virginia Governor's Honors Academy was created in March 1984, to provide an inten- sive summer educational enrich- ment program for academically talented West Virginia high school juniors. Each year, 165 rising high school seniors from throughout chosen to Of these, 15 ~I tion students. Students from a humanities, ences and are taught by ing faculty and private and from ties in West The portunity for about public ages them to a project in Special the regular signed to "hands on" possible, broaden the and Thc Honors by the WV Ashland Oil Humanities manities Around Camden FlatS/CladyS Hello, everybody. When l started this, I was going to say something about the rain Sunday. Now I am going to say, did you see the snow this day? I was hoping it would hold off until Christmas but It's snowing now! Norvel's brother, Frank Ellison, and his wife, Ruby, from Elyria, Ohio visited Saturday and Sunday. They hoped it would be nice and warm, but I think they brought this weather from Ohio with them. They said there was about one inch when they left Elyria. We need the rain, not the snow yeL We got Norvel's wheel chair all tuned up and restored. We took it to Bland's Drugstore in Clarksburg to be fixed. We took it Thursday. The nice man named "Don" (thats all the name I know) brought it back Fri- day. He had to come this way any- how, so he saved us another trip to Clarksburg. Did a good job fixing it, too. Rose White has a birthday soon. This is an early Happy Birthday and good wishes. I'm not sure how old she is. but she has a nephow that's about 50 years older than she is. Hat Ha! Richard the other day. to Clarksburg. John Silvers fish. Grandma more tests. Shc sure did get ccries and wasn't drink before the hungry after be this time too. guys. Got a Dcnnison my Hobbs New a few she feels is OK. Karen J.J. is doing "Just John" Sure wish we Soon maybe. Sherman cia is having she feels weather is sick. Beffer l~k I' OK, Tanner NeWS/Lenora Co.ins We are finally getting some rain and snow mixed together. Hope it helps put out these forest fires and clears away some of the smoke so people can get a good breath again. It must re ly be hard on the people who has a breathing problem any- way. Irene Hogue has been in the hos- pital again with pneumonia. I taLked to her daughter-in-law, Rose Satur- day and Irene was some better and thought she might get to come home Monday. Hope she gets home soon. She has been sick so much lately. Carol and Keith was here Sun- day. Keith did some chores'for Roy I saw in Collins had to his her Well weekend no news to report- will be better. When will be lots have to be deer crossing really Edd well the last misses going apples. and they put the glass panels in our Monuments & - storm doors before they went home. It is so nice to have someone to help Markers . you out sometime. It seems like we always have a job waiting for them Buy Direct & * when they come up. Save Salesman Our next door neighbor Barbara (Commissions) Lang was a patient in the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital for a November'; R ville few days but is home now. Their care "]Ieari Phone 354-6162 son, Leroy Lang and his wife stayed b )' eml Sunday & Monday by * with her for a few days after she lite, l 1:00 came home to do the work. There is dens Satellite, Appointment * so much sickness around any more. Inside Display" One neighbor is not able to,go to help anyone else. m( p.m. A Clove Drug Member Kodak Colorwatch SystemI Film Developing I Russell Stover Candies HOURS: 8:30-6:30 Mon.-Fri. 8:30-2:00 Sat. Business 462-8300 -- Home 462-7695 32 E. Main St., Glenville Clove Healthcare Equipment-Rental & Sales ter and Van Monday Fork, Rt. 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