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8 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder May 13, 1976 Wentz, Stout marriage revealed Suzie Mae Wentz of Cleveland. Ohio, and Gerald D. Stout Sr., also of Cleveland, were united in marriage at 8 p.m. Friday, April 9, at the Martin Luther Church in Cleveland with Pastor Heber officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Holden of Buckhannon Route 4 and the bridegroom is the son oooo@@oeoeoeeee@ooeoe@eog of the late Roy and Violet Stout of Cedarville. Escorted to the altar by Michael Stout, the bride was attired in a pink gown featuring a detachable train. Her shoulder-length veil was held in place by a pearl comb. She carried a colonial style bouquet of pink and white carnations and baby's breath. Florence Jones was matron of Her husband is employed by Alton Aluminum Company and he is mason senior warden of Roosevelt 650 Sce!tish Rites. Stout. She was attired in a floor-length gown of pastel print. Their flowers were similar to that of the bride's. Best man was Gerald D. Stout Jr. Ushers were Eric Herrman and Greg Springer. Anna Herrmann registered The mother of the bride wore a peach-colored dress with a chiffon jacket and a white carnation Walter Greenliefs celebrate Cox's Mill UM Women meet The Cox's Mills United Methodist Women held their regular monthly meeting Friday, May 7, at 8:00 p.m. During the business meeting the financial committee reported that the United Methodist Women would be selling pepper and dish cloths as a way of raising money. Lesson for this month was "Health Is You" led bv Orelene Butcher. Nellie Allman presented a devotional program in reference to "Mothers Day". Two new members joined the Cox's Mills United Methodist Women, they were, Reta Burkhamer and Mae Faculty Wives conclude year i ( :uga r. Me  meeting Nellie Jeanne Tallhamer, Townsend, Debbie Dale Zinne, Lockard. were: Tummy Lee : honor. She wore a beige gown. Serving During  as bridesmaid was Christine Diane partners - Deduct Up To $1500Aoar : From Federal -" e : guests. Th Gross Income : long : chiffon corsage. If you are working but not  A ]  covered by a pension plan church you may be able to use up Daulter decorate to $1,500 a year to set up  Akel and your own retirement fund  beverages. on a tax deductible basis. ments golden anniversary Butcher. The Faculty Wives of Glenville well as other citizens of the county. State College conlcuded their year of This year the Faculty Wives activity on Thursday, May 6 with a undertook a project of redecorating Remember Mr. and Mrs. Walter Greenlief of coffee hosted by Mrs. John White and the guest room of the Pioneer Center. all news Steer Creek celebrating their 50th Mrs. Robert Doilgener. The group acquired a television set for Glenville anniversary will be honored with an Activities of the group this year the room through the donations of top is Monday open house, at their home, on May 16, included a variety of social functions value stamps by many people. With weeks the 1976 from 1 to 4 P.M. Refreshments will as well as a constructive project. A Mrs. Rhona Gross, instructor in art at earlier. be served. Valentine's Dinner, prepared under Glenville State College, applying the The Greenliefs were married May the direction of Mr. Wayne Harking, finishing touches, the room will soon be A was 17, 1926, at the home of the bride, the was well attended by faculty wives complete. reception held in the 'el social rooms with Freda late Williams and Martha VanKirk at and friends in February. And on April The May meeting ended with the Daultery serving a three-tiered cake Exchange, W. Va. by the Rev. J.P. 10, 1976, the Annual Spring Luncheon unanimous election of officers for the decorated in pink and white. Joe Ann Keiffer. Mr. Greenlief is the son of the was held in the Pioneer Center at the next school year, 1976-77. Mrs. David Akel and Susan Augustine served late William and LiddyGreenlief. They college and was enjoyed by many Harry will be chairman, replacing ss beverages, are the parents of one daughter and ladies associated with the college as Mrs. Mack Samples (1975-76) and Mrs, : Mrs. Alta M. Holden from two sons, Lydia Kennedy of Elyria, Raymond Jones will be Secretary- Call or write.  Buckhannon attended. Ohio, Leonard of Glenville, W. Va. and Treasurer, replacing Mrs. David : 0000ooup,e.i00e00t west o,00r0000ton O00,o Bragt0n C0unty 813 Grand Central Avenue : 671h St., Cleveland, Ohio, after grandchildren and 11 great-grand- Vienna, W.Va. 26105 : spending a short honeymoon in children. Office: {304} 295-4561 e e Niagara Falls, N.Y. The party will be hosted by the pageant set for I THE MORRIS BROT  Residence (4) 205-5353 .The new Mrs. Stout was an honor two daughter-in-lows, Annalea and . : student at Buckhannon-Upshur Sen- Pauline. ,; llfitLif : ior High School. She is a member of Everyone is welcome. May 14 15 [ TANNER'S IIpR0 : Future Nurses of America and Berkley i Wh the futtn is now Metropolitan Life, New York, N.Y. ee Camp 10550 of Royal Neighbors of Y America. I - Spencer eooeooooeoooeooeeooooeo: Braxton County's main Bicenten- , , ' nial event will be the pageant, "The ! Saturday E enin! M PLAN AHEAD Photographer o, w00c. v JUNE CLASSES receives merit presented at the Braxtn cunty - " Armory, on Route 4 betweenGassaway : Draft Beer 6 Real Itahan ENROLL NOW For andSutton, et6p.m, onFriday, May14   i I and on Saturday, May 15. , ,, This special pageant is an mi  Hi ' Graduate Ills tB Bulltown,histrical dramabeginningwithwiththe theSettingIndianf eSpeed Q. Gibson Zel Professional Hairdresser Greg Adams, owner of Adams village there on the Onimgohow {The Washers Refrigerators Studio, Spencer, has been awarded a Little Kanawha River) in the state of "'Student Loons or Terms Available" "G.I. end oterem Approved", ame,.,.....,,.,,.......,...,,..,..,.,.... ........... Address .............................................. City .......... State ......................... Ph ......... merit from the Professional Photo- graphers of America for his achievements and service to the field of Professional Photography. This merit, the most coveted awarded given to Professional Photographers, was awarded after Mr. Adams attended the Triangle Institute of Professional Photography, which is a one week intensive study course sponsored jointly by the Professional Photographers of Ameri- ca and the Community College of Beaver County, Beaver Falls, Pa. 13y conttmuing his educationi Mr. Adams states that he I Striving/to' bring "a high caliber of ProfessiOnal Photography to this area". He enrolled and completed the following courses; Studio Business and Management Techniques, Outdoor and indoor couples photography, and group photography. Virginia, followed by the white settlement which replaced it. The pageant is sponsored by the Braxton County Bicentennial Council, whose president is Jeniver Jones. Many people have been working long and hard so that this will be the county's Bicentennial highlight, and sell-out crowds each night are expected. The drama was written by Laura Belle Crutchfield of Burnsville, at the request of the Bicentennial Council. Autumn Amos of Burnsville, wrote a song, "Braxtonia My Land" which be featured. Co-Directors of the pageant are Rosamond Worley of Sutton and Virginia McClure of Gassaway. 159 persons are characters in the drama; they represent a cross-section of the county, coming from 14 towns and areas. Tickets may be purchased from See the Zenith Color Sets on We install and service all RHOADES PLUMBING Et FU 15 Powell St. Glenville WE SER VICE ONL Y Sears] STORE Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to H ome I mprovement Come in and compare The merit is awarded towards a the following: W.E. Marple Co., , : ..: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Phone 462-7939 -- ................. ....... ....im:::.T:.::.'..$::;. .mt=s Masters of Photography degree and is Burnsville, Elliott's Drug Store, Sutton,  U tl# # - the second such merit awarded him. gassaway Ivtidland Co., gassaway, ! Sears i Authori:ed L( $ t t -[ik Display of these merits and work can Mrs. HelenTraugh at the Gassaway , | .. be seen at Adams Studio, 403 Maxket Bank, or by calling Mr. gd Gallaher at CATAI.OG SA .ES Street, Spencer. Gassaway at 364-8022 after 5 p.m. OWNED AND Veterans Ask "'--- ... ESTATE SALE W. Vo. Department of Highways Evrro='s NOTE: Following are discharged or re.red from service for representative questions answered a disability incurred in line of duty or if IN WEST VIRGINIA HE Equipment Division, Buckhannon, W. Vo. 400 SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1976 ------10,00 A.M. EDST PIECES OF SURPLUS EQUIPMENT INCLUDING 2-GRADALLS I-830M CAT WHEEL DOZER I- CEDAR RAPIDS JAW CRUSHER - PRIMARY & SECONDARY UNITS 60- PICK-UPS 35-DUMPS II- END LOADERS 4-DOZERS All prospectivo buyers mu:;t rei,ter and qus]il'y. To qu;,l]fy, a deposit ef $100 either in ca,qh, cshzoru check (,r certeS'led check must De posted, l)upo::it to bu nppliod to purch',scJ. Iicund o unused portion or otK[ deposit wilt be mae whe buyer nurrenders his tag. No reundz made until after  :00 PM. OrtJ.y qualified buyers wii be admitted o sale are-. (Cildt'sr,, muchunics, pert- ners, etc., m';t po'at, deposit.) STATION WAGON CltAIN HOIST CIIAIN SAWS AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC BED BODIES DUMP OODLES W/HOIST TRUCK TRACTOR CLAM SHELL BUCKET END LOADERS TRUCK CRANES MAINIAIIIER JACK IIAMMER PICKUP TRUCKS IERS CHEMICAL SPREADERS TRAILERS YARD CRANES WELDERS PANEL TRUCKS LAWN MOWERS 4 x 4 TRUCKS (BIG JOBS) TANKER lRUCK CRAWLER SHOVEL SEAMAN MIXER SNOW PLOWS BUSES FUEL STORAGE TANKS SALT SPREADERS JEEP COtVEYOR FLAT BED TRUCKS WATER PUMP CAR UNLOADER STEAM CLEANER TRACTOR MOWERS AIR SAW ROLLERS TRAILER TYPE SWEEPER TRACK LOADER BOX VAN TRUCKS SELF-PROPELLED SWEEPER PILE DRIVING HAMMER (DIESEL) CREW CAB PICKUPS PILE DRIVER LEADS LOT LUMBER ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFT 6 X 6 TRUCKS I.Ol flATTERIES HYDRAULIC DRAG AIR COMPRESSORS LOT RADIATORS i i - i , ,,,,,, : nnn naTFRIES A devo::tt of $1,000 either in e,,sh or certified [ cheek must be posted by the high bidder. Personal checks cannot i accepted, payment of deposit muat be made on-he-q}ot. [ ALL HEAVY EQUIPMENT WILL BE SOLD AT --2,30 P.M. -- = MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS ---- One Way License Can Be Issued Equipment May Be Inspected On Working Days, May Sth thru May 20|h Between 8:00 A.M. & 4:00 P.M. Closed to prepare for sole, May 21st TERMS:CASH AUCTIONEERS: TOM HENLINE MORGAN COPEMA/ LUNCH AVAILABLE ON THE GROUNDS DAN KIRKENDALL `./4f$.:;:;...::;:;...;;:;:;;:4;:;;:..:;;:>:f:::::f4::::2:..:: daily 5y VA cotmselore. Full information is available at any VA office. Q - Is a widow drawing pension eligible to receive additional pension benefits after her son is released from mnflJtary service and enrolls in school under the GI Bill? A - If the soft has established his entitlement under the GI Bill, is between 18 and 23 years of age, and is unmarried, the widow is eligible to receive benefits for her son as a dependent. Q - My husband is a peacetime veteran. Will he be eligible for the VA burial -nowance? A - peacetime veteran is eligible for the buriel allowance, if he was I THE MAZDA 500ZER 2 mpg. highway 2 mpg. city s2895" o,- dole' d',..,v ro,gel JIM WEGMANN. Inc. 1710 14th ST., PARKERSBURG Authorized Volkswagen-Volvo Mazda-Dealer he was in receipt or entitled to receive compensation from the VA for a service-connected disability at time of death. Q - I did not use my GI loan to purchase my brans. I would lilm to purchase another house as am investment fr rental purposes. Cu I use my GI loan? A - No. If you use a GI loan to purchase a house, you must agree to occupy it as your home within a reasonable time. Q - Does the Veterans Adminis- tration make small business loans? A No. The Small Business Administration should be contacted in this regard. Send In your subscHptlun re- newals promptly. SAT. MAY 22, 1976 10A.M. Frgm State Rt. 5 at Stouts Mm fogoW mass to 270 acres and home of the late Personal Property will sell 10 A.M. to 1 Real Estate I P.M. Surface only, will be tracts of 108 acres, 108 with home and acres, [all JoIn], and then as one unit of affords privacy. Good huntIng, perfect hideaway for suh division. It is of W. V. finest recreational areas and learning. TERMS: Cash EXECT: Cathryn Post Ratliff Phone Day: 364.5238 Night: 853-2978 After May 14 Phone: 462-8140 AUCTIONEER - ROBERT J. 462-7409 20% OFF ,ON$TROCTIONPAPER 60c/PACK NOW IN STOCK... NOW IN STOCK .... NOW IN STAMP PAD INK $.89 2 FL. OZ. BOTTLE CONSTRUCTION PAPER PENCILS EACH TYPEWRITER CLEANER FLAIR FELT TIP PENS SCRIPTO LONG LEADS PACK $ .60 .05 .99 .59 Doz. 6.99 REG. DIA..29 RENT Et MONEY (Duplicates)., PRESS APPLY REINFOI (for notebook PAPERMATE WRITE STICK PEN