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It r Page 6---The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder--Thursday, December 19, 1991 A-B to host 4-H 'Host Weekend' , ! , ! The Alderson-Broaddus Col- Activities for the weekend in- Greek life, sports, student orga- legiate 4-H Club will be hostin elude a rformance b A B's nizations, and residence life. • g pc Y " JAMES T. BARk SR. LUCY LANGFORD ROBERT fifth annual "Host Weekend" nationally renowned show choir, 4-H'crs in grades nine through I February 21, 22, and 23, 1992. "The West Virginians," an A-B twelve are eligible to attend this JamcsT. BarrSr., 82, of Glen- Lucy Langford, 90, of Glen- RobcrtFostc The theme for the weekend pro-Battler basketball game, folk program. The cost for the entire villc, died December 12, 1991, in ville, died December 12, 199t, in ville, died athi! gram is "The Time Is Now," anddancing, a traditional 4-H coun- program is only $15.00. 4-H'crs United Hospital Centerin Clanks- Amcricare of Glcnville Health cember 14, 1991. is designed to acquaint high cil circle, a tour of campus, and may also purchase for $6 a T- burg following a long illness. CarcCenterfollowinganextended Hc was born schoo! 4-H;ers from all over a costume party. 4-H'ers will shirt commemorating the week- He was born in Mannington, aillness, inFountain Cola west virginia with college life also attend workshops on apply- end. Only, the first 50 rcgistra- son of the late L.C. and Mattie ShewasbominGilmerCounty, late Jacob and Ctl , HamiltonBarr. He was a member a daughter of the late N.J. and Hcwasarctired and help prepare them for the ing for financial aid, choosing a tions will bc accepted, of First Baptist Church of Glen- Sarah WilmothFrashurc. Shewas WWllvetcran, Sc transition to college. , college, choosing a career, and If any 4-H'er would like to at- ville and was a member of the a homemaker and attended thetian Islands. He Last year, forty 4-Hers,,from the value of a liberal arts educe- tend this weekend, he or sheGilmcr County Farm Bureau. He Trinity'United Methodist Church, the VFW, thi: ', eight counties attended Host tion. Also, those attending will should contact his/her localwas retired from Equitable Gas Glcnville. the EpiscopalC Weekend.' be able to learn about collegiate county' extension office or the Alderson-Broaddus Collegiate 4- Company with 39 years of scr- She is survived by two grand- Hc was pre’ H Club at Box 1338, Alderson- vice. Hcwasaformerchiefstation children, James L. McMillion Jr. both parents; li engineer at the Glcnvillc Corn- of Hopcwcll, Virginia and Christi Pearl Sckcll L Broaddus College, Philippi,prcssion Station. L. Kerr of Charlcstown; one half AlthaSchcll, l-u' 26416. Hc is survived by his wife, Fayc brother, James Frashurc of Glen- and Eva Schclli ' Local author to T. Barn one son, JamesT. BarrJr. ville; and one half sister, Maggie crs, ElmerGuy! of West Union; three daughters, Stump of Glcnvillc. liam Schcll, be on hand for Rosemary Ailcs of Grantsvillc, She was preceded in death by' Ray Walter Sc PhocbeDaileyofLexington, Kcn- her husband, Roy Langford in Scl cllandArttl Country J " " tucky, and Susan Griffin of Rich- 1982; and one daughter, Virginia L Hc is survlV Christmas am book signing mend, Kentucky,; 10 grandchil- McMillion in November 1991. a"nia Schelll dren, 10great-grandchildren, and Services v, crc held Monday, vcr Colorado i Starts at 9:30 ; Ill It II II lit II lit Ill I Ill ill It I lit ~, Friday, Dec. 20 & Saturday, Dec. 21 "Sleeper" 10 to 2 =ll1 I~H/d t.._.3 A Clove Drug Member ] KO d ak-C ff- -a tc ste m [ l Film Developing. I Russell Stover Candles 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 12 $199 "Your Complete Diamond Specialist" 159 Main Ave., Weston 269-2638 Shop at Home...You Create Jobs! Waldenbooks in the Mcadowbrook Mall in Bridgeport is sponsoring a West Virginia Writer's Week during the wcck before Christmas, December 17 to 24. one sister, Maaha Moran of St. December t6, 1991 at the Spur- Allison Schell Albans. Hc was preceded in death by two sisters, Naomi Thomas and Orcne Jones. Services were held at First Bap- geon-Ellyson Mortuary', Glenville, with Rev. Robert Anderson offici- ating. Burial was in the Ottcrbein Ccmetery. grandchildren, Theodore Witt’ all of Cox's A memorial Friday, Mary Ann Radabaugh has bcen tistChurchofGlenville, withRev. ELIZA L. MATHENY Mank'sE invited to be on hand forthe sign- Holly Faulknerofficiating. Burial Eliza Lisscttc Brannon villc. ing ofher recently published book, was in Meadow Lane Cemetery,. Matheny,94,ofWcston, formerly The Essence of Love, on Sunday, of Troy, died December 13, 1991, KATHERINE: December 22, from 12:00- 3:60 PAULINE V. at Stonewall Jackson Memorial Katherine Sp Palestine dicd p.m. BURKHAMMER Hospital following an extended at the M'arietta, • • • •.............. Pauline V. Burkhammer, 73, of illness. tl • " Bennett arid Son • weston, and for the past five She was born in Little Birch, Hospitalcmcrg~ • . months a resident of Crestview Braxton County,adaughterofthc ing an extcnded i : Monuments & Manor at Jane Lew, died Satur- late S.W. and Ida Ann VanVerth She was day, Dccembcr14,1991,atStone- Brannon.Shcwasahomcmakcr, a daughter of the. : Markers . ; wall Jackson Memorial Hospital, Protestant, and had resided in MaryBlankenSlUl :-- Buy Direct & - : following a brief illness. Wcstonsincc 1980withhcryoung- a homemaker She wasborninGilmerCounty est granddaughter, Mrs. Jerry Lee Pleasant Valley • Save Salesman • January 30, 1918, a daughter of (Bonnie) Mathcny Hclmick. Brethcn. : (Commissions) . ; the late Francis M. and Myrtle She is survived by one son, She issurvi' :-- Route5 E. ofGrantsville - .* Elizabeth Balkc Davisson. Joseph Scott Matheny of of 26 years, • Phone354-6162 • She was preceded in death by Sistersvillc; one daughter, Helen one son, Ricl : Sunday & Monday by : her husband, Franklin C. Balboa of San Diego, California; Pankcrsburg;t Burkhammer, on September 12, two sisters, Ada Radcliff of Troy' SponaugleofP' • Ap lntment • 1991. and Faye Rymcr of Salisbury,, Sponaugle of ; Inside Display : Surviving are two sons, Robert NonhCarolina; 14grandchildren, stepdaughters, • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • E. Burkhammer and Franklin C.17 great-grandchildren and two Land & Diamonds, 14kt Gentme Emerald & Sa p re & 14kt Ruby& Diamonds, 14kt I| Cl Burkhammer Jr., both of Weston; four daughters, Mrs. David (Madeline) Ireland, Mrs. Clarence (Rosalea) Latea, Camden, and Mrs. Robert (Geraldine) Marsh and Mrs. Vincent (Bonnie) Ben- great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Iris Burton in 1919; by her second husband, Dr. Lytle K. Matheny February 12, 1989; one son, James Brannon d) Walter Bailey c sisters, Bailey, Gillispie, land; 17 nett, both ofWeston; one brother, Matheny; one daughter, Maryeral Paul Davisson, Lake Milton, Ohio; Marie Sleeth; one infant child; two Services one sister, Viola Riffle, Wooster, sisters, Naomi B.Cunningham and December 19 Ohio, and 17 grandchildren and Orpha Viola Brann6n; and four Church with 28 great-grandchildren, brothers, Doy, E).ra, Glenn and officiating. She was also preceded in death Guy Brannon. Spor by; five brothers, four sisters, one Sc iccs were held Sunday,, ings. grandchild and one great-grand- December 15, 1991, at the Floyd child. Mrs. Burkhammer was an em- ployee at the Weston Laundry and later the Mountaineer Glass Com- pany. She was a member and past president of DAV Auxiliary No. 51 and was a volunteer at the Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center in Clarksburg for several years. She was a Sunday school teacher and member of the Weston Assembly of God. Funeral services were held Tuesday, December 17 at Boyle Funeral Home Chapel, Weston. Burial was in Peterson Cemetery. BILLY D. CONLEY Billy D. Cordey, 66, of Shock, died December 15, 1991, at his residence following an extended illness. He was born on Big Bear Run, Calhoun County, a son of the late Roy Conley and Mac Lambert. He was a retired lf-employed auto mechanic. He is survived by a special friend, Colleen Burrows of Shock; three foster .sons, Richard Spcace, and Richard and Denzil Cutwright, both of Virginia; two sisters, Eulah Nicholas of Newton Falls, Ohio, and Garnet Simmons of Shock; three half-sisters, Jean, Lavona, Funeral Home Chapel, Weston, with Pastor Walter Mullins offici- ating. Burial was in the Troy IOOF Cemetery. HARVEY LEWIS McNEMAR Harvey Lewis McNemar, 87, of Copcn, Braxton County, died December 12, 1991, at home after long illness. He was a railroad maintenance worker and a member of Provi- dence Baptist Church, Copcn. Surviving are his wife, Ruby Nicholson McNemar; two daugh- ters, Margie Beam and Veda Cottrill, both of Copcn; three sons, Forrest of Vienna, Gary of Glen- ville, and S. Ray of Warren, Ohio; two sisters, Olive Godfrey of Buck- hannon and Sylvia Batten of Fair- mont; 19 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. Services were held Saturday, December 14, 1991 at Providence Baptist Church with Rev. Leslie Skidmore officiating. Burial was in Copcn Cemetery. ORPHA B. MICK Orpha B. Mick, 92, of Stout's Mills, died December 14, 1991, at Americare of Salem Health.. Care Center, following a brief illness. and Gwinda; two brothers, Delbert Conley of Baltimore, Maryland, and Victor Conley of Espyville, Pennsylvania; and three half- brothers, Laron Conley and Leon Rogers, both of Leavittsburg, Ohio, and Donnie Rogers of New- ton Falls, Ohio. He was preceded in death by one sister, Beuleah Conley, and one half-brother, Roy Junior Conley. Services were held Thursday, December 19, 1991 at Stump Fu- neral Home in Arnoldsburg with Evangelist Gene Miller officiat- ing. Burial was in Conley Cem- etery near Orma. She was bom in Gilmer County, a daughter of the late C.K. and Tima Montgomery Mick. She was a homemaker and member of the Locust Knob Church of Christ. She is survived by one brother° Okey Mick, and one sister, Dessie Tomblin, both of Glen ,ille. Services were held Wednesday, December 18,1991 at Locust Knob Church of Christ, with Pastor Noel Roberts officiating. Burial was in Locust Knob Cemetery. CARL Carl Wilsola Ohio died tal, after He was the late Wanda Snore lived in Bcl was a having was a fcnse ment. ber of the !-!, th{ Moose Parkersburg. Walke He is surVr years, LenO sons Tennessee, Michael Wil: Ohic Kile of children; one siste: (, tWO in-law, Cad nia and Kreider of Audrey vania ersburg. He was one brother, Services December 1 Funeral Burial waS rial GardenS, He who allows his day to pass by without and enjoying life's pleasures is like a breathes but does not live. Sanskrit Proverb GEM FURNITURE COMPANY Weston, WV 269-2877 Monday---Saturday 9:00to5:00 Sunday 1:00--5:00 or All of Your Fumiture and Floor Covering Needs