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1984 The (;lenvUle Democr t-PathfL, sder 7 / ST November 18, in the United the Gilmer County Senior 79. of New Hospital Center. following an Citizens. Fork). died Satur- extended illness. Services were held Thursday, 10. in United She was born May 4, 1926, in - November 15, with the . nter, Clarksburg, (;ilmer County, a daughter of the Reverend Glenn Kirkpairick of- [][| lengthy illness, late Walter L. and Lena ficiating. Burial was in the Cot- lheen living with the Ha~kins Beckner. trill Family Cemetery. Family, at Grove, Her husband.' William King, lonslCounty, for the past she married August 22, MRS. I-IERi3EITC_.,OIa3NS "gra born January 10. 1~52. survives. Leona Collins, 89, of Houston, Also surviving are two Texas. formerly of the Weston ool. pold, a son of the di ughters' Debbie Lynn and and Glenville areas, died Thurs- . and Mary E. HinesPeggy Dawn King. both at home: day. November 18, in Houston, rite _ " one son. William George King II. following an extended illness. rel~ are three brothers, at home: three sisters, Mrs. She was born December 21, ~su~and Jennings Hurst,Charles (Florence} Harris, 1894, in Lewis County, a rurallY, and Ross C). Hurst. (;dlipolis. Ohio. Mrs. Daniel daughter of the late Alan and ,d wn; and several (Mary) Holtandsworth. Minnie Floyd Jones. .r a nephews. Jei-omesvilte, Ohio. and Mrs. On July 26, 1915, she married getsq r and two brothers Edgar (Clarsie) McElwayne, Herbert Collins, who preceded las 2aim in death. Clarksburg: one brother, her in death December 22, 1972. is Salem Academy Charles W. Beckner, Fairmont, Surviving are two daughters, en.l College, and was aand several nieces and Maxine and Betty Collins, both taught at Glenville nephews, of Houston; three sons. Gerald. ts e for several veers. C, he preceded in death by Eugene "Ace," and Bentz Col- or.his Master's degree sister. [ins. all of Gtenville; nine grand- Virginia University 5,1rs Kin Protestant. children and six great- n ~ the Case Institute Services ~ere held in grandchildren. [~logy in Cleveland. C arksburg, Wednesday, She was the last surviving taught in Doddridge November 21. with the member of her immediate fami- ade schools and the Reverends' Roscoe Mace of- ly, having been preceded in County High School, ficiating. Burial was in the death by two brothers. [~_ was principal forSunset Memorial Park. Mrs. Collins was a member of [ _rs before his retire- the Broad Run United Methodist F~ the educational FREDI. COTFRILL Church in W~ton. i[i~ 1970. He was a Fred 1, Cottritl. 69, of Glen- Services were held in Glen- ]0ftheFriendsbipIodge ille. died Monday. Novembervflle, Monday, November 19, |AM atWestUnion. The 12. at the (;harleston Area with the Reverend David Lodge of Perfection .Medical (;enter. following an ex- Carpenter officiating. Burial ,~ ~roix and the Wheel- tended illness, was in the Stalnaker C, mm~tery. ,'ff'l~il of Kadosh and the He ~as born March 7. 1915, ff , where he was made Sand Fork. a son of the late Mason and was a I)r. i{.B. and V 'innie Buck Cot- ~the Doddridge Coun- ~rill. Teachers Associa- Surviving is one son. lack Cot- " West Virginia Retired tlill. Alaska: one brother, Harry P Association, and the B. Cotlrill, Rich,,~iood; two Retired Teachers sisters. Mrs. John {Peggy) Niday, ~on. He was a BaptistRichv~vod. and Mrs. D.L. kwere hekt I uesdav. t~t~r 13. in West Union. ~i~Reverend Gene ltolI of- ,t_ Burial was in the Mr. 17metery on S{rai,~hl t~p EL P. KING King, 58, of Urg died Sunday, (Virginia) Allman, Erie, Prom- sylvania: and several nieces, nephews, and cousins. l:te was preceded in death by one brother. Mr. Cotlrill was an Army ,.~qer~m o~ World ~ar II. a f, rmer re,alden! of Alaska for sever,} years, a retired restaurant employee, a member of the Gtenville Golf Club. and ~:'l~ilmer County 4-H Of- Leaders in attendance . ining School was held were: Keith Cole, /Vlaxine Ras- y, November 12. at the tle. Susie Rogers. Florence Hal- Lemunty High School. ton. Ann Nestor, Connie Emer- i~elected 4-H officers of son, Kathy [lull, Betty ttewitt, throughout the county loAnn Stewart, Catherine vorkshops in order toBailey. Freda Abrams and Nan- knowledgeable of Whiting. the various offices. Besides learning about club t elors for the various offices, members and leaders were: Neal Benson also discussed common con- ~e Hatlon taught terns of the club meeting. This ' ts and vii:e-presidents: discussion was led b} 4-H Exten- [t Samples' taught sion Agent. Melinda Chambers. ries; Thelma Samples [l easurers: Kyte Emerson reporters: Pat Nestor game leaders: and Shone ]~laught the song lenders. the training school ' olet Hefner. Patr cm ~ilLeslie Drake and Nor- iley of Baldwin Merry ~:; Judy Peggs, Angle ~atM Kim Gragg of Cox's Twisters: Debbie Cole, f:rt Samples. Andrea nd Amy Reichard of , ager Beavers: lanet loyce Hamrick. Tam- ! orra , essenger. ~rost, Gina Hoard and bancy of Glenville Stars: Luann Moyers rill antown Knockouts: >ons. Paul Cantley. [ 11, Mike Shackleford, all and Kandy Clark of Jolly Millers: and )en- gers. Danielle Furr and res of Glenville Moun- HEARING AiD WiLL HELP ING TEST SET FOR WEST VIRGINIA hearing tests will be th~ Hotel Conrad on 19, 1984 from 2 p.m. to 4 Kemper Nyre, Hearing Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Moss last week were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Eakle and Mrs. Grace Jones of Clarksburg: Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kennedy and Rusty of Elyria, Ohio: Ronnie Thompson and Steve Stricklar of Elyria, Ohio: Mr. and Mrs. Jerl Skidmore of Elyria. Ohio; and Mr, and Mrs. Claude Pritt. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Eakle and Mrs, Grace Jones also visited with Mary Gregory. Mergie Moss and Pebble Pritt recentl' went to Nutter Fort. Clarksburg. and Fairmont shop- ping. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rus ll Huffman last week were Edith Creenlief and four children of Akron. Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Reaser have gone to Ohio to spend the winter. Buying A Satellite System Is A Big Decision By taking your time and baying a =l t m, you should have years of Ilild pleasure. Here are a couple of reasons why we feel that we are the company for you: 1. EQUIPMENT: A wide variety to fit any need, and one of the largest inventories in the state. 2. SERVICE: We have a technical staff that will help you with any problem, or answer any question you have about the satellite industry. 3. EXPERIENCE: In the last year alone we have irv stalled over 100 systems in 15 counties through West Virginia. 4. TRUST: With satellite companies starting up everywhere, it pays to find a company you can trust. In this new and exciting business, we have made some mistakes. However, unlike some companies, we are in the satellite equipment business to stay. We will continue to learn more about the industry so we can improve ourselves and serve the public bet- ter. = HEARING SERVICE WV 26301 DISH OWNERS- Ask about our prewinter tmte- and ma ltenance chec S~ER VALUE BOX OUNCE RINSI Regularly 1.49 Limit 2 Boxes PAPER TOWELS Regularly 63' Limit 2 Rolls 1 SOAPS 39' Bar[[ rne Prices Good At All Family Dollar 8totes This Weekend. Oum~.Hk~ Umlted On Some Items. No Sales To Dealers. I] I IIIII III II III II II II PACK KORDITE PLATES Regulsdy 1.29 R Sunday 1-6 Foodland Shopping Center Highway 5, Glenville IIIIIII I HII[I III II II II I QUAKER STATE Regulady 1.03. Reg- ular 30 or HD 30 motor oil. Limit 5. ALUMINUM FOIL Regulady 57' I II [ [111 IIII IIIII IIIf [1111 II I I r