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14 Tim Ghmvllle Democrat-Pathflnder Strout Realty, Broker Gerry & Ginny Hough Branch Managers Inc. 244 W. Main Street Glenville WV 462-8331 Call for Appointment MAXINELEVENGOOD and a member of the Benders Mrs. Maxine Marie Run Baptist Church. LevenRood, 45, of California, Services were held Friday, was killed December 6, in an December 7, at the Upper Steer automobile accident near Run Baptist Church, with Elder Bakersfield, California. which Larry Fisher officiating. also claimed the life of her hus- band, Raymond. WILBERT G. {DEC} BROWN Born in Lousiville, Ohio. she Wilbert G. {Dec} Brown, 58, of was a daughter of Euston Sher- Elyria, Ohio. died Thursday, wood Barker. of Dover, and the December 13, in the Memorial novel, the third secret was a several other late Madge E. Tomblin Barker. Hospital, following a long il- promise to return to the grotto in western, horror. Surviving, in addition to her haess, the 20th century - this year, and romances and father, are three sisters, Mrs. He was born in Glenville, perform a miracle cure. Many and one can see Ronald (Connie} McDade, Mrs. March 18, 1926. a son of reviewers relate this work of book selection has "Now the birth o! Jesus Chdst took place in this way. When his mothm Me~ h.~ b~n betrothed !o Joseph,...an Angel of the Lord ap- Comer {Peggy) Lewis, and Mrs. Araminta C. Brown and the late fiction to the Biblical prophecy better. peatld to him m a oream, saylng Jolepb, son of Dmdl, do not hmr to Richard (Christine) Dallas; four Guy C. Brown. He has lived in of a miracle cure of the Anti- take Mary your wife, for th=t which Is conc Kl m her Is of the Holy brothers, Dan Barker and Jack Elyria, Ohio since 1950. Christ, and believe Wallace's Among the Spirit; she wlil bear s son. and you shall call his name Jesus, forhewill Barker, of Dover, Ohio, Gerald He graduated from Glenvillebook to be a "take off' on that non-fiction select save his people from their sins. " Matthew 1:111, 20-21. Revised Start. Barker, Uhrichsville, Ohio, and High School, and attended Glen- story. Regardless, Wallace re- biography of Jesse S dam. Carl Barker, Roswell: and her ville State College. He was tains his reputation as a master the finest authors We wish you Merry Christmas. Ourdeepest thanks for your l tronage paternal grandmother. Mrs. employed by Kroger Company, story teller in this work which Appalachia as his this year. Our office will clo December 21-26 and will the Rachel Barker of Dover. and was a World War lI Navy was a selection of the Literary native of the Cag 2Tth. The body was cremated and veteran. Stuart has writte the ashes were interred in the He was a member of St. Jude Guild Book Club. ' Science fiction fans will enjoy poems, nearly 500 s Ridgecrest Cemetery in Dover, Catholic Church, the Fraternal RoHbezt A. Heinlein's latest best and published me OBITU--RIES o.,o o,~o, of ELks. Elyria. the Elyria sell..r. Job: A Comedy of books. Now immob~ Eagles, and a lifetime member of Justice. Based upon Biblical pro- care center becausi O" "" "" . o the Foreign Wars Post 1079, phecy and the story of the trials H. Edward Richard.' ten eorge ooermon, Pt,,ria Ohio Parkersburg,. died Sunday, ='He 'is survived by his wife. of lob, this novel has been called ten his "'first" biog uocemoer 16, m Arcadia Nurs- Mary lean Inee Hewitt|. one "partly outrageous, incredibly immensely popular RS ADRON S adis, and Brooks Lunsford, ing Center, Coolville, Ohio, n"W" thought-provoking, and Stuart. M . W.NKIN lassie Marie lenkins 66 of Salem; three sisters, Mrs. Bell fol ewinga an exten_d.ed illness. B'rook"sville '"Fiori ia "'and'"two endlesssly fascinating" by Ever wonder w ..... critics. Job is an apocalyptic ourselves inunde Mt. Clair, died December 14, at Lamb, Troy, Mrs. Audra White.... e .w born l"eb.ruary 14; sisters. Mrs. Claude (Susan) her residence, following an ex- Salem, and Mrs. Velma Bunner, m umer t oumy, a son o! Campbell. Glenville, and Ellabell novel of the days before Ar- foreign cars and ended illness Harrisville; seven grand- a e/onn an(] t(enee t;ainer Coen, Spencer mageddon, when once again Automobile industry t She was born November 23, children and three step- Robert.son.. _ Services were held Saturday, God tests the faith of a man far for survival? The 1918. in Glenville, a daughter of grandchildren. Dam lw o, ne marrie francis December 15. in Elyria, with the beyond any persecution the Fall of the the late Jess and Nellie Hess He was precede(.l, in death by u.rv!ves. .. Reverend John Buza officiating, original Job endured. Heinlein Automobile Industr! Furr. two sons. two brothers an(] one so surv vmg are mree R-rial was in the. lqrf dale has a huge following in science Yates, addresses t d .......... k Surviving are her husband, sister, aughters, Mrs. Wanda Kern. Cemetery, Elvria fiction circles, yet his books are and outlines sts Adron Jenkins, whom she mar- Mrs. Lunsford was a veteran Washington, Pennsylvania, Mrs. - enjoyed by many who do not manufacturers sho ried August 25, 1934; seven of World War [I and retired as a Kathleen Bryan, Belpre, Ohio, SULL HARDMAN consider them in the "sciencesidering. sons,Jes"sie Jenkins. Smyrna, laborer from the Jackson's Mill and Mrs. Roberta Atkins, Orlan- Suit Hardman, 83 of Glen- fiction" realm. Tennessee, Russell Lee Jenkins, 4-HCamp. do: Florida one son. John ville, died We inesday. The Outsider, a novel by For the parent w Paul Jenkins, Robert Jenkins, Services were held Sunday, t oaertson, var ersburg: two December 12, in St Iosenh Howard Fast features a young ficulty answering Gary Jenkins. Larry Jenkins, and December 16, with the Reverend sisters, Mrs. Vetra Losh and Hospital, Parkersburg[ relieve- rabbi in a small New England young children ask Paul /enkins, all of Mt. Clair; Dr. U.E. Wills officiating. Burial Mrs. Ethel Reese, both of i,,o a brief illness town. Fast skillfully draws the Joanna Cole's new two daughters, Willa Jean was in the Rock Grove Parkersburg: 11 grandchildren ..... 1am reader into the life the rabbi You Were Born Jenkins and Mrs. Margie Koch, Cemetery. and several great-granchildren "'." ........ .T creates for himself and his fami- welcome. In photo p ......... " m t,ocxney, a son me late ly. A Literary Guild selection, clear, straightfor both of Mt. Clair: three sisters, ONDA M. SNIDER receaeu mm m oeatn were Henr" Green and Alice Wood Mrs. Robert (Helen) Snyder, Mt. Onda M. Snider, 85, of one son, Robert Robertson. and " rd " this novel hit the best seller list questions about hoW1 risen was ir " m Hisa shortly after its July publication grows to become a! Clair, Mrs. Emwood (Ruby} Weston, died Sunday, December n virSlS e:l e i nHester Putnam date and is still enjoying good baby lives inside the Thompson, Smyrna, Tennessee, 16, in the Holbrook Nursing , a rat Hardman. survives, sales, how a baby is painter an(] grocer and atten(]- Alan ~:Ur'vivino ut-o t ,ua and Mrs. Ralph (Susan) Randell. Home, BucLhannon. following a _ "h .................. o ....... Frederick Forsyth of The Day answered. This" West Milford; several grand- lingering illness, e .l:saptmt t.,nurc ,. ,..-- daughters, Pauline Macera, of the Jackal fame has turned delight parents who] children and one great- She was born November 17, , aer ces were nero wearies- Amherst, Ohio. and Sara Webb, out yet another ingenious plot in ficulty in dealing grandchild. 1899, in Tucker County, a day, uecemeer 19, with the twn Reverend Floyd Waldrop of- Iard'm'an"'"Gl'envi l'e(' an'd his[atest best seller. The Fourth quisitive minds She was preceded in death by daughter of the late Ami and ficiating Burial was in .. a d ;" - .,. Protocol. A London jewel rob-youngsters. one son, James Edwards Jenkins. Amanda Plum Jeffreys. Mach--;pu aa .... t,emetery riayw r -lar(]man, rmevme: bury sets off the action and Youngsters will Mrs. Jenkins was a ProtestantShe was married to U.J. ~. " ~ 11 grandc dren,iand 11 great-leads into a web ofintrigue and Beverl.), Clear 's neI byl faith and a homemaker. G ea; Srj who is deceased. ....... ,grandchildren. adveP are ab6t Services were held Monday, On September 14, 1949, she CHARZESL. BEALL He was the last Surviving into the highest councils of the Ramona--Ramona| December 17. with the Reverend was married to Homer D. Charles Leland Buell. 77, of member of his immediate family. Kremlin and to intelligenceVera and Bill Clea Lonnie Jones officiating. Burial Snider, who survives. Normantown, died Tuesday, He was preceded in death by six agencies behind the Iron Cur- work, Hazel Rye fol was in the Floral Hills Memorial Also surviving are five December 4, at the Louis A. brothers and five sisters, tain. Readers of intrigue and tradition of their pas Gardens. daughters, Mrs. Hazel Sprouse, Johnson VA MedicalCenter, Mr. Hardman had worked for adventure should enjoy this best works, featuring an Normantown, Mrs. Madeline Clarksburg, following an ex- the C.F. Engle Drilling Company selling Book of the Month Club whose whole world WILLIAM P. LUNSFORD Pritt, Bridgeport, Mrs. Elsie tended illness, at Gassaway for 42 years. He at- selection, the simple power William Paul Lufisford, 66, of Alltop, Cox s Mills, and Mrs He was born in Gilmer County tended the College Street United Master of the political novel, This could well beco Camden, died Thursday, Barbara Marks and Mrs. Ruble on July 10. 1907. a son of the late Methodist Church. Allen Drury who won worldwide in children's literatt December i3, in Stonewall Ptunphrey, both of Clarksburg: Carey M. and Gertrude James Services were held Saturday, acclaim with an early novel, Ad- will be the last Jackson Hospital, Weston, six sons, A|bert Grimes, Be all._ . December 15,withthe Reverend vise and Consent and who hadaunder the jointI following an extended illness.Clarksburg, Roy Grh'nes, Cox s tm nugust 24. 1943, he mar-Opal Hatcher officiating, Burial masterful best seller based this fine husband/ He was born in Gilmer Coun- Mills, Clark Grimes, Chefield tied the former Nora E. Reed. was in the Meadow Lane upon The Supi'eme Court in William *Cleaver, | ty. December 7. 1918, a son of Village, Ohio, Floyd Grimes, who survives. Cemetery. the late Arthur P. and Margaret Clarksburg, Russell Grimes, Also surviving are two sons, 1983-84 entitled Decision, has laborated on HazelI recently released yet anotherbefore Lhe book waS Jane Starcher Lunsford. Bristol, and U.H. Grimes, Jr., Brenton Charles and Bobby Dale gripping tale of global politics, and Vera Finished In April 1947, he married Bridgeport; several grand-Beall, both ofNormantown;one nuclear blackmail, and the tragic loss to three.i Pauline Lattea, who survives, children, great-grandchildren sister, Allie James of Norman- ultimate confrontation between children's literature.| Also surviving are one and great-great-grandchildren, town: two grandsons, one grand- the super powers. Entitled The daughter, Miss Beverly Ann Preceded her in death were daughter, and one step- Roads of Earth, this work of tic- We have lots of Lunsford, Camden; six sons, one sister, one brother, one half- grandson lion is sure to please those who which space prohib Charles Ray Ltmsford, Jane sister and two half-brothers. Preceding him in death were en|oy novels by an author whoing. Come in. brow Law, Michael Lunsford, Stephen Mrs. Smder was a member of two brothers and one sister, displays a thorough understan- introduce you to Gi Lunsford and William A. the Macedonia United Mr. Beall was a retired ding of the inter-workings ofLibrary. Ouronlyre Lunsford, all of Camden, Donnie Methodist Church. farmer and a former employee politics and its associated in- ing is to serve, so F Joe Lunsford, U.S. Navy, Services were held Wednes- of the West Virginia Depart- trigue, fulfill our objective! Brunswick, Maine, and Da ,i d day, December 19, with the ment of Highways. He was an -- John Lunsford, Weston; three Reverend W.H. Hoover of- Army veteran of World War II. brothers, Donzel Lunsford, ficiating. Burial was in the Clarksburg, John Lunsford, Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens. LEGAL NOTICE GILMER COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA Financial Assistance sponsored by REPORT ON the Town of Glenville. The specific HOUSING POLICIES AND e~ernents of this proposed action are COMPLIANCE to upgrade the Town's existing water system to include work at the treat- ment plant, upgra~ling the distrlbu- 1. Statement of policies with tion system and adding a third respect to housing, development, and storage tank east of the Town. The low-income housing assistance in is- project is located in and near Glen- suing qualified mortgage bond~ and ville, Giimer County, West Virginia. mortgage credit certificates in t965: if implemented, the proposed action The policy of Gtlmer County,woul0 impact the floodplain. The put- West Virginia (the "County") is to use pose of this notice ts to inform the qualified mortgage bonds or tour- public of this possible result and to tgage credit certificates to assist tow request comments concerning: (1) and moderate income families with the impacts of the proposed location the difficulty of purchasing first-tlme on the floodplain, (2) alternative sites homes and making improvements to or actions that would avoid these ira- pacts, and (3) methods that could be used to reduce these impacts. their homes, to the extent permitted b~the Internal Revenue Code and ap Cable West Virginia law. 2. Assessment of compliance with intent of Congress that state and The proposed action is available for review at the FmHA District Office, Room 2046, Federal Building, 425 Jutland Street, Parkersburg, WV. Any local government units use their authority to issue qualified mortgage person interested in commenting on bonds and mortgage credit cer- the proposed action may do so by tiflcates to the greatest extent feast- sending such comments within 30 bib to assist lower-income families to days following the date of this afford home ownership before assis- publication to the FmHA District Of- taing higher income families: The County did not issue .qualified mortgage bonds in 1984. Therefore, no compliance review can Adopted by the Gilmer County Commission be made. Louella Stalnaker, Clerk Class I Legal 12-20c rice, P.O. Box 303, Parkersburg, WV 26102. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, GLENVILLE MIDLAND CO. a corporation organized under the laws of the State of West Virginia and authorized to do or to transact business in the State of West Virginia, intends to withdraw its authority to ~o or transact business in the State of West Virginia. Gienvilla Midland Co. by F.H. Groves, Jr. Class II 12-27c @ mmtidm Box 2, vm Horn Glendb, WV 21361 IIII IIII I I II SON' Monuments Markers Grantsville, WV Office Open Daily Sunday by Appei tment Phone 354-6162 ! Year no oin rest payment _ ..pa. _i ............... ~'1" ~ ~ i ,ll,,j i[ Sar.J Fork Monumem & Mmt(er Winks See ow ~ diml~ Imed in ow new loca- tion on Rt. S rm Irld Fo~ WV. m, kd le. Encam flowms md mes Idldon Ime mund IxmmV. We redly qmm=Ime our mmy nne cmmm m "~ 11111 III IIII Mill I III II II I Ill,Ill I - II U I II IllJ~ II $ II I I , I Houm: Tu .-SM. any mmtker m:k "Free" grmtte okx:k with my doul mm-,,mmm Sales 1 W. nointmmt IIII IIII IIII II I IIIII I J II IIIIIIII III fl I The news for the past week is Add to this BOOKS! After what has seemed Steers most rec an awfully long' dry spell," new Full Circle, John 0/ books are arriving at a fast rate, the Terrace, many of them best sellers, ever popular Lead g the list of best sellers Slaughter, Stephea in the ' New Book Nook" is Irv- claimed Vietnam ing Wallace's latest, The Meditations in C Miracle. Based upon the to-earth novel Miracle of Lourdes in 1856, depicting ayoung when the Virgin Mary appeared age in the rural to Bernadette, certain secrets the two World were revealed. In Wallace's Run With the Get Help Like Bob Welch Got. Call The National Council on Alcoholism In Or write NCA, 733 Third Avenue, N.Y, N.Y. 1001 CLASSIRED ADS MISC. SALES -63-1 years old, very little use, $245. Calt 462-79t6 after 4 p.m. 10-4in~efpd__ LUMBER FOR SALE: $150 per thou- sand. Call 462-7220 evenings. 12-6indefc FOR SALE: Old with brass FOR SALE: 1 ladder one stand.off for bunch of 3/8 Wayne Cottdll, Street, Glum CHRISTMAS $3.00-$5.00. Will villa area. 462-5847. CHRISTMAS TREES FOR SALE: Any size, $12.00 each. Will dig or cut as desired, Call Lanny Radclif( 4624~44. t 2-200d FLASHING ARROW SIGNS cash or rent to buy. 1-800-251-3550, ext. 22. , l~pd FOR SALE: Handmade items at the LOT Community Action Association. Rugs, $7.50 and up; Cushions,MOBILE $5.00 and up; Dolls, $15.00 and up; Walk to Placemats, $18.00 for set of four: foot of and other items. All items made by minimum) plus fG county residents. For more infor- 462.7590. 8-27in~_.~~/ mation call 462-8551. 12-20p~ TOWN OF GLENVILLE PUBLIC NOTIFICATION T~ U.S. Department of Agriculture, Farmers Home Administration, ts considering a Preapplication for