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4 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder April 15, 1976 Sandra Beall, Stanley Erwin exchanEe vows and whiteCarriedaBible topped with red roSeScarnations. Collins Bailes marriage revealed Cindy Basil, sister of the bride, Y Miss Sandra Beall. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Beall, Auburn, W. Va. was married to John F. Erwin, son of Mrs. Freda Erwin and the late Stanley Erwin, New Milton, W. Va. The ceremony was performed at 2:00 o'clock, February 14, at the St. Mark's Lutheran Church in Clarksburg by Rev• Russell Reithmiller. The bride was attired in a formal gown of white organza in an empire design. The bodice featured a high neckline edged with an organza ruffle. Vertical tucking and lace inserts accented the front and floral design venice lace encircled the waistline. Matching lace motiffs trimmed the long semi-bishop sleeves which ended in an organza ruffled cuff. The hemline of the circular skirt was finished in matching lace petals. Her fingertip veil of bridal illusion fell from a circular headpiece and was edged in lace. She --------'I Home Improvement Corp. | Burnsville  Glenville Residents Call  462-8186 mmmmJ or stop in at the Dental Clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Erwin WANTED Receptionist for Gilmer County Dental Clinic. must be neat, able to work with people and handle Hours will be variable. To apply call 462-7343m I was maid of honor. She wore a blue velvet floor length gown and carried an arrangement of white carnations tipped with blue. Other attendants were Dawne Wolfe, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Charles Wolfe, and Shelly Morris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I.L. Morris. both of Glenville, W. Vs. Both wore red velvet floor length gowns and carried an arrangement of white carnations tipped with red. Serving as flower girl was Debts Burton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Burton of Williamstown. Richard Wallace, son of Mr. and Mrs. Drexell Wallace of Marion, Ohio, was ring bearer. Best man was John Hupp of Pittsburgh, Pa., cousin of the groom. Ushers were David and Alan Poling of Marietta, Ohio. The bride's mother was attired in an orange-pink floor length dress and wore a corsage of white carnations. the groom's mother was attired in a rose floor length dress and wore a corsage of white carnations. The bride is a graduate of Gilmer County High School and Glenville State College. Mr. Erwin, a graduate of Doddridge County High School and Mountain State College, is employed by Equitable Gas Company. The couple enjoyed a wedding trip in the eastern part of West Virginia and Lewisburg, W. Vs. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin reside at New Milton, W. Vs. / Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bailes, Jr. Vickie L. Dewier engaEement told MUSIC BY "DUSTY" GLENVlLLE JAYCEES BICENTENNIAL DANCE GILMER COUNTY RECREATION CENTER MAY 1, 976 10 TO 1 RHODES SEMIFORMAL & HIS BAND $10 ADVANCE $12 AT THE DOOR Set ups will be furnished Vickie L. Dewier The engagement of Vickie Lynne Dowler to E. Dale Tolliver is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George bowler, RD 1, LaGrange. Mrs. bowler is the former Doris Dually of Normantown. Mr. Tolliver is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Tolliver, 14426 Boston Rd., Sti'ongsville. Miss bowler is a 1975 graduate of Keystone High School and Lorain County Joint Vocational School. Her fiance, a 1974 graduate of Strongsville High School, is serving in the U.S. Army at Ft. Knox, Ky. A wedding is planned this summer at Goodhope Freewill Baptist Church, with the Ray. Harland Webb officiating. Garden Tips by Ruby Holland, Extension Agent For those who get WWVU - TV Channel 24. an excellent series of weekly programs began April 9 at 6:00 p.m. on Gardening. James Underwoon Crocket, one of the country's leading authorities on vegetable gardening, puts his well- earned reputation on the line as "Crockett's Victory Garden". Jim has turned an unlikely plot into a blooming riot of vegetables and flowers - under the watchful eye of weekly television coverage. In addition to the Friday broadcast, "Victory Garden" is repeated Saturday at 7:00 p.m The second series will feature an Nurse's announce Tickets may be purchased at: "Who Takes Care of the Nurse's Needs" is the theme of the 1976 membership drive of the Florence Nightingale District No. 4 of the W. Va. Nurse's Association. Mrs. Leah M. Ferrando, district president, has announced that the campaign will be held from April 1 to May 27 with the goal of a 25% increase in membership. The W.V.N.A. Inc. is the state's professional association for registered nurses. It is comprised of eleven districts and is one of the 53 constituent associations of the American Nurse's Association. District No. 4 is comprised of Harrison, Lewis, Upshur, Gilmer, Barbour, and Braxton Counties. Miss Marshe Dr. and Mrs. Chatham, N. l., to Clyde Bailes, Jr, Va. The First United Buckhannon. W. Bryan, was the Buckhannon Escorted by was attended by Chatham. N. J. Serving as Collins, loyce Anita Collins Mike man and Jeff bride, was an were Jack Drennen and The bride, West Virginia Buckhannon, is Nicholas County Summersville. The groom from West Vir is employed by Bank of The bride is d Mr. and Mrs. W. Va. and of Henry Nicholson 0 The purpose of the organization is to foster high standards of nursing practice, promote professional and educational advancement of nurses, and promote the welfare of nurses to the end that all people may have better nursing care. Registered nurses in all areas of nursing practice may belong• In 1975 almost 2,000 R.N.'s in W. Vs. were members or associates• W.V.N.A. sponsors a voluntary continuing educational approval and recognition program and recognizes nurses for their work in continuing education and approves offerings and programs for nurses. The organization sponsors ongo- ing continuing education programs on relevant nursing issues such as peer review and legislation in various clinical fields of practice• Improvement in nursing practice is the focus of activities. W.V.N.A.'s Council on Practice has developed and adopted statements on R.N.'s nursing procedures in many areas. W.V.N.A. representatives are actively participating in state health Troy PTA meets The Troy Elementary PTA held their monthly meeting Tuesday, April 6th in the school cafeteria. A motion was approved that the nominations for officers be accepted. They are: Pres. - Mrs. Florence Hatton; Vice-Pres. Mrs. Sharon CorneAl; planning, grams, state and cancer, diabetic, welfa re advisory ment. Mrs. Christine the membership No. 4 and their area professional within the next actively Nurse Week Members of the Josephine Mrs. Alice Allen Mrs. Eleanor Hack, Mrs. Marsh, Mrs. Ruth Wakely, and Mrs. chairman of the District No. 4 Association, has reservations for dinner meeting, to the Sheraton Inn, t April 19, by Clarksburg Public i The Bic, highlight the with a social dinner at 7 Ferrando, short business program• Miss Ellen appointed internal year by guest speaker• will be a Vs. Student Kay M. Brown, director of the presidents of W. No. 4; and the District No. 4. Members ma Secretary- Mrs. Lorraine Small and Treasurer - Mrs. Harry Radcliff. It was announced that the Sports Banquet will be held at the recreation center on Sunday, May 23 at 1:30 p.m. It will be a covered dish dinner. expert gardener from Cabell County, Mrs. Flo Reed was presented with with tips on how to get the most from a life membership card and PTA pin by A - No• The enrolled in a college or first program at the entitlement is Q -- Does the program apply to VA dependents' tance? A - Yes. veterans may academic year leading to a or if enrolled in a professional or Summers Pharmacy - your land, soil preparation, cultiva- Charlie Harold• which requires at M-. Ron Welty, Supt. of Schools, complete• The J.B. DrugStore (Grantsvilh L tion, harvest, and storage of spoke on .e future of the school and a based upon vegetables. Expo Barber Shop  ; Later programs will give tips on question and answer period followed, available only to preservation of vegetables. (canning 1/  to obtain a Collins Insurance and freezing demonstrations)• 11 sto-'._,. Higher Education ID00TE '''o..: Send in your subscription renewals I/ _-11'/ C.00ND APRIL 17, 1.976 s,o,, Monday. Tuesday, Thursday, Friday -" 7"30 P.M Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to 1 • • CheckSears----rices o------n RotoA Gilmer County Recreation Center Lawn Mowers 8. Riding Lawn Phone 462-7939 -- EVERYONE INVITED!! i Me;B' HOSTED BY THE GILMER COUNTY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AND DEMOCRATIC WOMENS' CLUB Sears OWNEi) AND OPERATED