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G The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder May 8, 1975 Dianna Montgomery married at home The wedding of Dianna Lynn Leonard Montgomery and Mrs. Brl,re Montgomerh'. only daughter of Mr. Foster of Glenville. to Michael Allan I1_ I IIIIIIIH III II ?ix~" JAMES DEPARTMENT STORE We're "'On The Square" Grantsville IlU I II1~1 II Between Glenville & Burnsville on Rt. 5 Membership Available at Door Maze. son of the late Ralph Maze and Io Ann Maze of Vienna, was celebrated Saturday, April 19. at the home of the bride. The Ray. AI Billips performed the double-ring ceremony. Vickie Kirkpat- rick was at the organ. The bride was attired in a long gown. designed with a high lace neckline, full sleeves, empire waist and she carried a bouquet of white carnations and daisies with white ribbon streamers. The bride's mother wore a light blue dress with matching accessories and a corsage of white carnations. The mother of the bridegroom was attired in a mint green dress with matching accessories and wore a corsage of white carnations. The reception was held at the home of the bride on Mineral Road. The bride is a graduate of Gilmer County High School and is presently employed at Grand Central Mall, Parkersburg. Her husband is employed at Darrell's IGA at Parkersburg. The couple are residing at 604 Ruth Scott weds Healing Springs man Ruth Elaine Scott and Robert Lane Fertig were married at Healing Springs Va., Baptist Church ~ a double ring ceremony last March 29, at 7 p.m. by Rev. Warren Rollins. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Fay Scott of Glenville and the late Chester Scott. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Fertig of Healing Springs. VA. Given in marriage by her brother-in-law James Lee Hern of Grafton, the bride was attired in a floor length gown of white organza trimmed in nylon lace with sheer long sleeves and an attached floor length chapel train. The veil was a Camelot style cap with three tiers of nylon tulle. She carried a white Bible topped with a corsage of pink and white roses. Bridesmaid was Sue Ellen Scott of Elkins, and matron-of-honor was Mrs. Karen Hern of Grafton, sisters of the bride. Each wore a floor-length blue gown and carried a long-stem white rose. Gary Mcauliiffe of Atlanta, Ga. was best man. The bride's mother wore a floor Hawthorne St., Parkersburg. Those attending were Mrs. Jo Ann Maz~ Mrs. Effie Maze, Mrs. Dale Groves, Mr. and Mrs. Woody Groves, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Dixon, Tammy Claig, Mrs. Vic Kirkpatrick and Vickie and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Foster and Dougie. Baileys to celebrate $Oth wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Nelson P. Bailey will be honored with an open house celebration of their Golden Wedding anniversary on May 11, from noon to 4 p.m. at their residence in Cox's Mills. The event will be hosted by their daughter, Mrs. Macks Lilly at Auburn. The couple were married January 16, 1925 at Madison. They have 16 children, and 56 grandchildren, and 31-great-grand children. All friends and neighbors are cardinally invited. length aqua-blue dress with long lace sleeves. The groom's mother wore a long sleeved floor-length dress of light blue. Mrs. Roena Belknap of Parkersburg, grandmother of the bride, wore a lime green dress trimmed in white lace. Following the ceremony a reception '~was held for the couple in the social hall of the church. Margaret Rignev of Parsons was at the guest book. Syvlia Dude of Elkins served the cake and Mrs. Jean Gray, sister of the groom, presided at the punch bowl. The bride is a teacher in the Bath County School District and the groom is emptoyea by Virginia Hot Springs, Inc. The couple will reside in Healing Springs, Va. kldwin m: ICt Mr. and Mrs. Suftolk. Va. of their Leesburg, Va. to also of Leesburg, Glenn B. Black of Miss Gatling is Loudoun County at Blue teacher. She tvlasters Radford College, Mr. Black, music teacher system at Broad BA degree in State College. A July 12 Rogers #7743 10 IN. DELUXE DEWALT POWER SHOP ,Radial saw has on-top, up-frpnt control Tar easy operation, sturay metal stand & high c drbbn steel dado blade. A POWER- poc ea specialt SAtE PRICE #7301 ;/4 INCH Features burnout protected motor, ejection chute. Makes bevel & depth adjustments. REGULAR 24.99, SPECIAL! #798O , DRILL BIT I~-~ Lightweight, compact shor- petter accepts 1 | different size bits. [:)o~b~e insulated. INCH 2-SPEED DRILL KIT Two speeds for dif- ferent iobs! Ptostic case comains complete ~kit. I1 T '~" DRILL Good choice for tight-duty work. Double insulated. I I/7 HP. _ _ I REGULAR 10.99 #7514 2-SPEED JIG SAW Two ~oeeds to suit the lob! Calibrated tilting shc, e #7119 May 24, 1975 E. KEMP GUM ESTATE Complete line of farm tools Cam )lete list to follow next week May 9 9-12 p.m. Glenville City Hall MUSIC BY LEE & THE COUNTRY SWINGERS Donations: $3.00 per couple $1.75 single Benefits to go to Disabled American Veterans RESIDENCE OF MRS. GEORGIA KEMPER NEWBERNE, W.VA. SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1975 - SALE TIME: 10:00 A.M. ANTIQUES ROUND OAK TABLE AND FOUR CHAIRS, STAND. METAL BANK. BUFFET. ,# Morford is the James E. attended West is employed by Welfare in The gracious church wedding the Sand Fork Former Mr. and Mrs. Buckhaunon, Gilmer County, ment of their Lynne, to Thomas t son of Mr. Knabenshue, of o Miss Cox is a )~: Buckha nnon-Upshat ' freshman at College. Mr. a senior at BuCi~" | t School, *manufacturers regutor retoil wice #7204 BASKETS, WASH STAND, CHERRY DRESSER. 2 ROCKERS. TRUNK. Wedding t PICTURE FRAMES. CLOCK. MIRRORS. CHINA DISHES. APPLE BUTTER # STIRRER. FLAT IRONS. OLD WOODEN BEDSTEAD, *( V2" COMPACT DRILL COOK STOVE, FOUR HEATING STOVES, REFRIGERATORS, (GOODI Xon.V#etnall ' Lightweight drill is ~1 for metals, cer- =~. FINISHING SANDER DINETTE SET. METAL CABINETS. COOKING UTENSILS, KITCHEN CABINET, Perfect toot for SILVERWARE BOX. LIVING ROOM SUITE, LAMPS, RECLINER, "METAL eligible for REGULAR.24.99 fire finishing or~ WARDROBE, COUCH. 3 BEDS-COMPLETE, CHEST, DRESSER, ROLL-A-WAY . wood, rr~, pios. BED, BED LINENS, BED SPREADS. QUILTS AND QUILT TOPS, 2 STRAIGHT Veterans need tic. CHAIRS. MAYTAG WASHER-RINGER TYPE (GOODE JARS. HAND TOOLS. SALE PRICE HAND PLOW, TURN PLOW, LAWN MOWERS, MANY OTHER ITEMS TOO Vietnam to be NUMEROUS TO MENTION. Bonus. If a refer@ LAND FOR SALE: 10 ACRES LAND AND 6 ROOM HOUSE WITH BATH, FREE between August GAS AND PLENTY OF WATER. 28. 1973. the bonus. (Reserve the Right to Reject the bid on Property if not sold before sal~) per month with Medal {service LUNCHWILL BE SERVED BY NEWBERNE LADIES AlOE per month if ) OWNER: Mildred |Kemper) Bailey Vietnam {in ) AUCTIONEER: Ed Dumlley countries}. TERMS: Cash Ashley. dist. dePd NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS Veterans BonO~ Spcn(:er.