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10 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder IIIIIiii December 4, 1975 Mary E. Stutler Mrs. Mary E. Stuffer. 84, of Akron. formerly of Grantsville. died Monday. Nov. 24, following an extended illness. A native of Calhoun County. she was daughter of the late Webster and Childer Simmons. She is survivied by a daughter. Mrs. Estella Smith of Akron, and one sister. Mrs. Dorothy Weckershan of Cuyahoga Falls. Ohio, three grand- children and 11 great-~randchildren. Funeral services were held Wednesday. NOv. 26, at Stump funeral home in Grantsville with the Rev. Glendon McKee officiating, and burial was in Bethlehem cemetery. Ward Izdant~ Sandy Lee Ward, infant daughter of Raymond and ida Jackson Ward, 417 South Lewis Street, Glenville. was stillborn Tuesday, Nov. 25. in the Calhoun County Genei'al Hospital, Grantsville. She was buried in the Fairview Cemetery, Braxton County. Her twin. Sammy Austin Ward. age two days. died at 4 a. m. Thursday, November 27, in the Calhoun Hospital. Surviving the twins, in addition to the parents, are three step-brothers, David and Stanley Snyder. and Otis Lee, and a step-sister. Jessica Lee, all at home. Sammy was buried in the Fairview WHILE THEY LAST ONLY $5.00 EACH A great Christmas gift, this camera has 3 apertures for various v~ather; 3 distano rang~; 2 shutter settings; Send $5.00 for eech camera to: DON'T K El" S SALES MISS 2517 GRAND AVE. THIS PARKERSBURG, WV 26101 BARGAIN This Low Price Will Never Be Rel:~terl, Send This Coupon Now~ Name ......................................................................... Street ......................................................................... City ................................. State ......................... Zip ......... HURRY! BEFORE SUPPLY IS GONE Cemetery Saturday, Nov. 29, with Spurgeon Mortuary in charge of arrangements for both burials. Samuel Steele Samuel Jay Steele. 76. of McCennatsville. O., formerly of Stout's Mills, died Thursday night, November 20, at the Mark Rest Home after a long illness. He was born in Gilmer County, son of the late William and Mary Williams Steele, had been a coal miner, a merchant and merchant marine, was a World War I Navy veteran and had attended the EUB Church. Survivors include two daughters, Agnes Rollins of Cumberland. Md., and Phyllis Panders of Norton, O.: four sisters, Ruth Parnell and Esta Moore. both of Buckhannon, Mary Heitner of Youngstown, O., and Martha Steinnetz of Stout's Mills. Services were held at the Spurgeon Mortuary Sunday, Novem- ber 23, at 2 p. m., with the Rev. D. Edward Bayer officiating. Burial was in the Sand Fork Cemetery. loire E. lames John E. James of 10019 Drover Road, Litchfield. O.. age 59, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Will lames, passed away Thursday. November 20, in the Lodi. O., hospital. He was born in Glenville and ~ame to Li*chfield 25 years ago, He was an employee of the Formite Tube (io.. Medina. O.. and a member of the Bethany Baptist Church. He is survivied by his wife. Paulin~e: t~o daughters. Diane at home and Mrs. Gary lensen. Wooster..O.: one son. l)onald at home: one grandson; two sistersr Mrs. Mary Alltop. Belington. W. Va.. and Mrs. Bliss Smith. Buckhannon: seven brothers. ]ustus. Scottdale. Pa.: Boyd. Butcher. and Clark of Glenville: and David and kVLlliam of Ravenswood; and Samuel of (,raflon. (). Funeral services were held at 2 p. m. Sturdav. Nov. 22. in the Parker Funeral Home. Lodi. with interment in the Chatham Cemetery. David T. Jones David T. lones. 16. of Rt. 1, Cox's Mill died suddenly Sunday. November 23. Born in Columbus. O., he was the son of Charles Jones. of Columbus, and Edith Estep Jones. of Cox's Mills. He attended Gilmer County High School, and was a member of the Leading Creek Baptist Church. He is also survi~fed by three brothers. George, Lloyd and Larry, all of Cox's Mills: and three sisters, Mrs. Betty Parsons. of lacksonville, Fla.. 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TWO FULL SIZE SPRAY ARMS FOR R A N D O M LOADING. FULL TIME FILTERING SYSTEM, SELF-CLEANING FILTER PORTION. IN-DOOR SILVER.WARE BASKET. PORCELAN INTER- IOR. CONVERTIBLE PORTABLE OR BUILD IT iN LATER. REVERSIBLE SOLID WOOD WORK TOP. COMES IN WHITE AND COLORS. REG. $329. SAVE $40. UNDERCOVER MODEL ALSO AVAILABLE LAE 5700W AUTOMATIC RECTR,'C DRYER EXTRA LARGE 5.9 CUBIC FOOT DRUM W I T H SPECIAL VARIATOR BAFFLE FOR BETTER WRINKLE FREE RESULTS. FIVE.CYCLES TO DRY ALL SIZE LOADS AND ALL FABRICS. THREE DRYING TEMPERATURES WITH A I R - F L U F F. COOL DOWN CARE FOR KNITS, PER- MANENT PRESS ITEMS. EASY CLEAN, EXTRA LARGE LINT SCREEN MOUNT- ED ON TOP OF CABINET FOR REALLY EASY CLEANING. REc . Sz e. sAVE S2O. AVAILABLE IN GAS s239 WE DO OUR OWN SERVICE WITH TECH- GIIAIITSVILLE GLENVILLE WESTOII "CARE SERVICEMEN SAF 440W Funeral services were Wedr, es- day, Nov. 26, at 2 p. m. at the Leading Creek Baptist Church with the Rev. Harry Miller officiating. Burial was m the Alice Cemetery. Mrs. Harry G. Deem Mrs. Mayme Bush Deem, 80, of 154 Ocello St.. Clarksburg. died at 2:30 p. m. Wednesday. Nov. 26. a~ Downtown Division United Hospitat Center, following a brief illness. She was born, June 20. 1895. m Glenville. a daughter of the late Lewis and Harriett Stalnaker Bush. Her husband, Harry G. Deem preceded her in death on luly 25. 1959. Surviving are two sons. Robert L. Deem, Southern Avenue. Stonewood and Paul Joseph Deem. Charleston: three sisters. Mrs. Albert A. (Cleo} Rolland, East Main St.. Clarksburg, Mrs. Mildred Rolland, Hallendale. Fla. and Mrs. Lewis (Kathleen] Skinner, Columbus, Ohio: seven grandchildren, one great grand- daughter, several nieces and nephews, One son died in the service during World War It. Mrs. Deem was a member of the Broad Oaks United Methodist Church, the Gold Star Mothers and Navy Mothers. Ora B. Summers Ora B. Summers, 83. of 117 Nicholas St., Clarksburg. a retired owner and operator of Summers Market, died at 10:45 p. m. Thursday. Nov. 27, unexpectedly at his home. He was born at Glenville, Oct. 21, 1892, a son of the late Bruce and ELla Arnold Summers. Top Town Hill Glenvilh We sell antiques, new and used merchandise. Consignments accepted at 5:30 p.m. on Monday. SALES START 6:30 P.M. ROBERT J. BUTCHER Auctioneer Surviving Blanche Furr S~mmers. 711 Bridveport Frannie t;vo dau Wilson. St, iAnnebelle} 5r~therr, ~:~.~ sister. MrS. \lrnte. Calif.; 1: seven One son preceded him Mr. faith, Funeral Monday, Reverend Lestor Duff Street officiated. Inter Cemetery. charge of the Winter for s Take care planting this will find an next summer the "Bi b~ the West Festival Mulching extremely the number berries, and also ideal time to near freezing the soil tern degrees West Vir is usually a clean wheat About one each plant set i0b. The has set aside th "'Biggest Bicentennial There will be second and winner based berries container. The~ arid divided bY in the quart to Take care plants now berries for Straight From Your Power / This is one in a serie,~ of replies to questions be- hag asked by our custo- mers. Answering today is Art Scheib, Vice President of Division Operations. QUESTION: Isn't Monongahela guaranteed profit? a ANSWER: No, we most definitely are not a profit, In fact, =t is quite regulated business to go broke . " has happened. As a public utility, Monongahela a regulated'company, The rates we mitred to charge for electricity are by the W. Va, Pubiic Service Comra in Ohio, by the Public Utilities of Ohio. The commissions establish the rate of return we can earn but the Company to earn it by wise business management, There is no from the commissions or anyone else. Monongahela's earnings have dec ing the past several y'ears to less than the" rate of return approved as appropriate by the This has come about simply prices of everything we must bu electric service have been than the rates we nave been charge for electricity. Our crease their prices as fast as is keep them in business in these flation. They are not regulated'' rates are, Among the effects of insufti are (1) not enough money for new facilities :that will be ne limited borrowing ability for the sl Without enough earnings, we not be able to finance the c( serve customer needs... not be enough electricity to go No, we are not guaranteed we're tryin.q hard to make be able to continue to provide to all our customers. Monongahela P Part of the A it ~tt~,~b pm~e~ Syste~