Mary Franklin Clower - Obituary

Beckley Post-Herald ( Beckley, West Virginia) 30 Jun 1950, Page 2

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TWO F A Y E T T E C O U N T Y N E W S News ana Circulation Office, Phone oak H i l l 90 flOWFRWH LIBRARIAN TO VJUV 11 Lill U nrrrtnrt ITAI\ * ir i n FDNERAl IS SET FAYETTEVILLE, June 29 -- 'M. A. HOLLIDAY FILES FOR CONGRESS POST GARTEN, June 29--Millard A. "Freezer" Holliday, 51-year-old businessman of Garten, filed yesterday yesterday for the Republican nomina- BECKLEY POST-HERALD. BECKLEY. W. VA. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 30,1950 01 VTAno nr cr*ntnrr |lcl ay IUI uie r ^ uuii ~a j ' r.u.-runa- Zl YfcAKj Ur bfiKVllti l i o n . to Congress from the third MONTGOMERY, June 29 -- ! district. The seat now is held by Rep, Clarksburg! 111 p.m, yesterday following following art illness of two years. She was the mother of H. B. Clower, of Oak Hill, past president of the Chamber of Commerce. Funeral services will be conducted conducted Saturday at 2 p. m. at the years, will retire Friday, it w a s j announced this week. i A member of the first class to receive degrees at the local college, she received her AB degree in 1929 when the school was known Pleasant View Church, Gatewood, a f New Hn ' er state college. Later! by the Rev. Gilmer H. Cross a n d i s h e earned a de ~ ee TM library the Rev. Smith Rose, both of Oak! science at George Peabody umver- T T : 11 ri · i - i t m tt · , 1 c l f r v W a c V i i r t t l A r r«*\ n HilL Burial will follow in the Pleasant View Cemetery. Born in Franklin County, Va. t Feb. 7, I860, she was a member of the Fayetteville Methodist Church and the wife of the late John Wesley Clower. He died in 1936. sity, Nashville, Tenn. She served under three presidents presidents at the Montgomery institution: institution: C. H. Martin, E. S. Maclin, and M. J. Horsch. During her stay, the school changed names twice; first, New River State school, next, New River State She is survived by seven sons, ] college, and finally, West Vir- E. R. and the Rev. E. L. Clower, both of Fayetteville, Route 1; L. M. Clower, of Bridgewater, Va., H. B. Clower, of Oak Hill; T. M. Clower, Aberdeen, Md.; W. D. Clower, of St. Albans; J. H. Clower, of Glen White; and three daughters, daughters, Mrs. Sallie Mitchell, Miss Laura Clower, and Miss Pearl Clower, all of Fayetteville. The body will remain at the Thomas Funeral Home, Oak Hill, until 11:30 a. m. Saturday, when it will be removed to the church. YOUTH FELLOWSHIP TO PRESENT PLAY SUMMERSVILLE, June 29 -"One -"One Foot in Heaven," a three-act play with .eighteen characters, v/il] be given by the Summersville Methodist Youth Fellowship, some time in August The cast is being chosen and practice has been started under Miss Elizabeth the purchase of a church organ and some other church projects in which the youths are interested. C. G. DARRAH AS HEAD OFi*«. *». ithe weekend. SUMMERSVILLE NEWS SUMMEHSVILLE, June 29 ~ Mrs. Lucy Brock and Mrs. Annie FuUeh, of Charleston, arrived here Monday and will visit with relatives relatives and friends for a few days. They were accompanied by Mrs. Nannie Hamilton, who will visit here and at Craigsville for several days. Mrs. Dolly VanPelt, of Tioga, was removed by ambulance, Friday, Friday, from the Sutton General hospital hospital to the home )f a son, Alva Rader, at Persinger. She is recovering recovering from a major operation. Mrs. Alva Koontz, of Huntington Huntington and Mrs. Herbert Kyle, of j Charleston, were guests of their Alderson, during OAK HILL ROTARY CLUB OAK HILL, June 29 -- C. G. Darrah assumed the office as I president of the Oak Hill Rotary !?*·,," Club for the ensuing year at a andra Mrs. Sidney Brown and daughter, daughter, Sandra Lee, of Big Island, Virginia, were weekend guests of I Mr. and Mrs. Ertle Bickel. Little dinner meeting of the group Tues- · a part · t i i install* , , , tlon of her aunt ' «- B l c k *' a5 - , , day evening at the Hotel Hill | worthy matron of Wakoma Chap- Other officers who will work! t e r ' Order of Eastern Star - ginia Institute of Technology. Before coming to the college, Mrs. Baber was a teacher and principal at Mount Hope junior high school. In addition to her school work, she has been president of Tech's Alumni Association, president of I Democrat, who is a candidate for with Darrah are: Erskine Warden, vice-president; Paul Bavely, sec- Mrs. Gladys Roop left Saturday for a vacation trip to Washington, NICHOLAS COUNTY TRANSFERS ARE' SUMMERSVILLE, June Receat land transfers recorded Nicholas County are as R. F. Baker and wife Givens and wife, one half m lot on Church Street, ville. Marvin King to Francis three lots South Side, city Richwood. Ollie King to Francis King, on South Side, city of Vencill R. Webb to King, three lots in city of Richwood. Pansy Legg et als to Legg, three acres and home Wilderness District, Loyd Harrah and husband S. C. Sparks and wife, 50 in Hamilton District. LiTlyTand Co. retary; and C. C. Neal, teasurer; D. C. She will visit with her son and ty.'o new boad members, DrJ and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Byrnside and E. B. Wood. A board meeting followed the Fred Roop. Miss JeanneUe Alderson is J. Orndoriff, lot 7, Lillyville, Kentucky District. Laura 3. Sparks to Riddle, surface 3-4 acre on Persinger Creek, Hamilton Abbie Kincaid, to Mabel 11,340 square feet on Creek, Summersville. meeting of the club, during which)spending the week with Mr. and District.' T I T r r ; » V i o^\rc^ ·* T'on/ir-t r*f t V-*« ^*-i* ! «*· »,*· - *-» - . 1 · .-. ., ! Clyde W. Armstrong and to Odval W. Nugen and wife, acres on Webster Road, the college Campus club, teacher | Denomination. _ , _ r _______ ,, .._ .... ............. gave a report of the na'-!Mrs. Marvin Smith in Sutton. of the women's Bible class a n d ! Holliday was the third Republi-| a delegate. jtional convention to which he was Bible teacher of the Women's ! can to file for the post. Former Guests were Wilton Davis, of Clarksburg. Auxiliary of the Montgomery'Congressman Edward G. Rohr- Detroit, Mich., Harold Wilson, of Attorney G. G. Duff is a patient patient in the St. Mary's hospital in Presbyterian church, and a mem- bough, of Glenville and Clifford ber of the executive board of t h e J D . Francis, of Buckhannon, pre- of American Association of Univer-! viously had filed. Oak Hill, and Dr. G. C. Eastwood, The next meeting of the group Mr. and Mrs. Lee Otis Bobbit and daughter, Anne of Lerona G. D. O'Dell and wife to ley E. Boone, lot 12 Sub-division, Kentucky District. Albert Mullens to Cam and wife, Vz acre at Bentree, Jefferson District. were weekend guests of her par-j C. £. Mahan to Albert

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