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May 16, 1975

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Carbide promotes Hoefer celebrate 45th anniversary Emerson of Rt. their 45th ~th an open 5 p.m. Mills United hosted by their married May Protestant {Pickle Bowen. one son. Lyle San Antonio, grandchildren. and one Ruble. tarrner, is and Gay Was born at born at Cox's the late Rev. Lens ford. Methodist elder. The New Mount years Methodist retiring in lowest per cent March. recently of manpower of 2see perdonm~ persons Lewis (lO.4} number of Virginia, June, 1974. They are members of the Cox's Mills United Methodist Church. Mrs. Emerson is a charter member of the Cox's Mills United Methodist Women and Home Demonstration Club. She served as 4-H leader at Cox's Mills for ten years and an assistant leader for five years The couple request that gifts be omitted. Linda Minnich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Minnich, received a 4.0 grade average for the winter quarter at the University of Washington. She is a graduate student in clinical microbiology with a speciality in viral immunology. Linda is currently working under Dr. C.G. Ray at the Children's Orthopedic Hospital and Medical Center, where she will begin her research on Coxsackie B. viruses this summer. Mr. and Mrs. O.N Cutright of Glenville were visited by their children to celebrate their 5Oth wedding anniversary, including Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stinson and children Teresa, Tins and Brian of Front Royal, Va.; Regina Hughes and Donzel Cutright of Valparaiso, Ind.; and Mr. and Mrs. Arden Cutright and family of near Glenville. FAMILY REUNIONS HESS The Fourth Annual Hess reunion be ~ld on May 25 at the Country Roads Park at Stumptown. Friends and neighbors are invited to attend. C~ The Cottrell family reunion will be held Sunday, May 25 at Cedar Creek State Park. The public is invited. Ed Hoefer has been transferred to the Union Carbide Tech Center Employee Relations Department in S. Charleston from Institute to become a safety associate concerned with Dersonnel safety. At the Institute plant, be was employed as an advanced chemist in the specifications laboratory. A native of Genville, he received a B.A. degree in Chemistry from Glenville State College and joined Union Carbide in 1967. Since joining the company he earned his M.S. degree in Industrial Relations from the Institute's graduate center. Ed and his wife, Carrel Jane. and three children, Elizabeth. 6, Erik Scott, 3, and Jason, 16 months, make their home on Somerset Drive in Charleston. He is on the Board of Deacons at the Baptist Temple and enjoys gardening, swimming and outdoor sports as hobbies, tte" is the son of Dr. and Mrs. V.E. Hoefer of Glenville. Ed Heeler Barbara Ward wins fellowship Barbara Ward, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Max Ward of Glenville and Washington, D.C., has been selected as one of five recipients of the Toledo Museum of Art Educational Fellow- ships. The eleven-month internship program is supported by the NetUe Poe Ketchum Fund and the National Endowment for the Arts. Miss Ward, who will receive her Bachelor's degree from Oberlin College, was one of three valedicto- rians in the 1971 graduating class of Gilmer County High School. Dr. Lorentz promoted at Wake Forest Dr. William B, Lorentz Jr.. formerly of Glenville, is one of 20 faculty members of the Bowman Gray School of Medicine of Wake Forest University for whom promotions have been approved. His promotion to associate professor of pediatrics will become effective July 1. Dr. Lorentz, whose specialty is pediatric nephrology, was appointed to the Bowman Gray faculty last July. He is active in the teaching, research and patient care programs of the school. His research involves kidney and urinary tract diseases in children. Dr. Lorentz is married to the former Anne Lynne Hickman of GlenviUe. They have three children. Contrary to popular belief, Colonel James Bowie did not invent the bowie knife. His brother Rezin Pleasant Bowie did. Dr. Lorentz the but the 7nUmated by a January It doesn't cure is found, Diabetes the it, in or disease of cause of failure, and the by disease. write the ion, 23 East Y- I0010. VALLEY INN CLUB Revised Country Swingers Saturday, 1 7, 1975 I0 p.m.-- 2 a.m. Store Hours 9 to 9 Daily 12 to 6 Sunday May 15, 1975 The GlenvUle Democrat/Pathfim.:l 6UNS and BOW SHOP New & Used Guns IN STOCK NOW Bear Bows Pistols Bear Arrows Amino & Accusories Quivers & Ac nsories GUN REPAIR Cuatom OrderiDs Service RERNISHING Stop in. Check my LOCATED ON RT. 5 [Sud Fork Rd.J | I 200 Bolts Polyester - $2.49 yd. New shipments are arriving every week. Larse Lot of Denim - $1.79 yd. 100 Yds. of Cotton, - In Time for Folk Festival - $1.59 yd. 100 Yds. Voile - $1.S9 yd. Large Assortment of Glassware Concrete Lawn Decorations Also Foam Rubber and Naughahyde, Wrought Iron Hanging Pots and Stands Phone 462.8275 Owner, Wllda Porter Rt. 47 In Troy I IH,,~I I Grocery Store, Filling Station, Beer Tavern, Large Dance Hal/, All Stock and Equipment. Two apartme s upstairs. Come by and let's talk, or call Billy H/to, 462-5106, Stouts Mills, WV. Dynamic Knockout Your Town's Problems Paid Political Advertising m 3.29 ) Running... sunning.., funning. Here are the clothes to do it, comfortable and durable! de- of it to them that lay clear of IS Ser. David's Stvdio AGE LIMIT ON GROUP PICTURES s 1.00 PIER CHILD A. We Will Hey Cbems NO PROOFS |. am e rom F d ml Pmhm md Pwtrdts I IIIII I C. SATISFAClloN GUAUNTnD Tuesday, May 20 I0 - 4:30 VILLAGE 3 GLENVILLE 4.48 Infants' Skes 9 to 24 mos. 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