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tL&apos; 4 Tim Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder April 8, 1976 "Sull Hardman's celebrate 50th, anniversary Currey receives Army promotion Mr. and Mrs. Sull Hardman sary, April 17, with a luncheon at the Gilmer County Recreation Center from Noon to 3:00 p.m. ,y .,., Mr. and Mrs. Sull Hardrnan of 931 Mineral Road, Glenville. will observe their 50th Golden Wedding Anniver- The couple were married April 18, 1926, at Lockney, at the home of Mrs. Hardman's parents, the late C.L. and Maude Putnam, with the late Rev. Ralph Stalnaker officiating. Mr. Hardman is a son of the late Green and Alice Hardrnan. He retired in 1965 from Engle Drilling Co. They are the parents of four children, Hale Hardman, Glenville, Hayward of Pineville, Mrs. William (Pauline) MecerB of Amherst. Ohio and Mrs. Edwin (Sara Lou} Webb of Medina, Ohio. There are eleven grandchildren and one great grand- child. All friends and relatives are invited to attend the luncheon hosted by the children. The couple request that gifts be ommitted. Three Gifts at Once Your one check to the Ameri- can Cancer Society becomes three separate gifts, supporting ACS efforts ill research, educa- tion and service toward the con- trol of cancer. Maj. Gem Hal E. Halgren and Col. Charles E. Currey of Glenville. Promotion ceremonies were con- Recent assignments include such ducted in the office of Major General duties as Group Chief, Army Concepts Keep the BallRolling Hal E. Halgren. Bethesda, Maryland, and Analysis Agency; Executive Research to save more lives for Colonel Charles E. Currey on Officer. Deputy Chief of Staff for Plans from cancer-which claims over March 1, 1976. Colonel Currey, a and Operations, Pentagon; Operations 365,000 lives a year-mustn't be native of Gilmer County, is the son of Officer. Vinh Binh Province, RVN; and allowed to stop in midstream. Funds are urgently needed to Mr. and Mrs. Ira N. Currey and a Commanding Officer. 4th Battalion, 65 keep hundreds of research proj- graduate of Normantown High School Artillery Regiment, Van Nuys, Call- ects going. Your contribution to and Glenville State College. fornia. the American Cancer Society A veteran of over twenty-four   1 Crusade can help this vital assignmentsYears' service, Colonel Currey enteredinclude tours work. the service from Ripley, where he was Colonel Currey resides with his School and Office Supplies? Sm Us a high school coach. His stateside Westernport,Wife' the formerMaryland,Maxine RobertSOnat McLean,°f i Fimtl Gilmer Graphics, Inc. 109 E. Main at various St. Glanvill posts in Maryland, Georgia, Texas, Virginia. Mrs. Currey is a teacher at GUY;iA;Aii0RY 0.UILET o00,o00om00 California, and CooperlntermediateSchool, McLean. Washington, D.C. Overseas postings They have three sons: Chuck, a junior include Germany, France, and The at Purdue University in Electrical Netherlands with combat tours in Engineering;Chris, a freshman atDuke ,,,.=a" Gleaville t AUCT[0# BARN Korea and the Republic of Viet Num. University inPre-medand Biomedical Among his decorations are the Bronze Engineering; and Craig, a sophomore ' = p I To own Hill Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, at Langley High School. Meritorious Service Medal with Oak Step out in style for EASTER!l! OUR 1-CENT CHILDREN'S SALE HAS PROVED SO POPULAR WE ARE CONTINUING IT. MANY WHITE STYLES FOR SUMMER. COME EARLY FOR THE BEST CHOICE. SIGN UP FOR THE EASTER BASKET TO BE GIVEN AWAY FRIDAY, APRIL 16th. DRAWING AT 6:30 P.M. NOT NECESSARY TO BE PRESENT TO WIN. 61enville We sell antiques, new and used merchandise. Consignments accepted at 5:30 p.m. on Monday. SALES START 6:30 P.M. ROBERT J. 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