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6 The GlenvtUe Democrat/Pathfinder May 22, 1975 , II IIIII III II Ittt II lit t II II III I ~: A surprise birthday party was < given for Mrs. Logretha Keesecker, April 19, at City Hall in GlenviUe. hosted by Mrs. Keesecker's daughters, , Dabble and Alecia. The door prize was won by Rev. ; s i - i! ! .... ~i i~ ~ Michael Edwards. and Mrs. Ada Rhoedes, of Parkersburg, aunt of the honoree, received a prize for being the oldest attendant at 85 years Those in attendance were: Ada Rhoades. Mr. and :,!-,~. Kenny Fisher, Francis Keesecker, Aunt, nnd Ruby Allen, Mabel Moss, Sylvia Adams, Glenna Ruth Hardman, Addie Hardman. Ken and Lou Poprich, Norman Batten, Edna and Bobby Jean Roberts, Clesta Hardman, Mrs. Dain Edwards, David Edwards, Rev. Michael Edwards, Stella Hoover, Rev. Roscoe Thompson, Nettie Wilmoth. Brenda Dewey, Norman, Teresa. and Cindy Rutherford, Nancy Godfrey, Marcia Drake, Kathy VanMeter, Sue Sheets. Evelyn Hardman. Anne Thompson, and Angela, Denzil Keesecker, Ivan Blake, Anthony and Mark Koesecker, B~h'~ford Batten Jr.. ~ iAlecia Van Dine, ~, Gragg and Debbie Heft. I yAIbum 4" I I I Those sending gifts were: Rev. and Mrs. Gaylord VanHorn, Sharon and Joan Layne. Laura Blake, Lambert and Mary Mullins, and Nora Stoneking. Teresa Ann Morris. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Woodrow Morris of Glenville, received a Master's Degree in Elementary Education at Marshall University on May 11. Miss Morris is a 1972 graduate of G.S.C. and is a member of Sigma Kappa sorority and Kappa Delta Pi education honorary. She is currently teaching in Huntington. Dr. and Mrs. Morris attended the graduation ceremonies. Army Private Stephen C. Shinn, whose wife, Karen, lives on Route 1, Stouts Mills, is assigned as a combat engineer in the 9th Infantry Division, Ft. Lewis, Washington. There will be an open house celebration of the 25th wedding anniversary of Rubert and Pat Stump. 208 Whiting Ave.. Glenville, at their IIIII 19 Will be Closed Memorial Day May 26, 1975. eSpeed Q. Gibson Zenith Refrigerators Televisions See the Zenith Color Sets on display. We install and service all sales. RHOADES PLUMBING FURNITURE 15 Pow l St. Glenville Phone 462-7355 WE SERVICE ONLY WHAT WE SELL home, Sunday. May 25, 1-4 p.m.. hosted by their children, Debbie Stiller of Stuart. Fla., and lane Stump of Glenville. The Stumps, grandparents of Mark Stiller of Stuart. Fla., request that gifts be omitted. Mrs. Orval Sherwood of Norman- town spent one month visiting her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Momberger II of Chester, Md. Mrs. Momberger recently underwent surgery. While in Chester, Mrs. Sherwood visited the National Arborateum. Mr. and Mrs Forest Turne: of 419 Charles St., visited their daughter, Mrs. George Miller of Delphos. O., over Mother's Day weekend. May 9-11. Mr. George Miller of Tanner drove the Turners to Delphos. where Mrs. Miller is employed as a teacher at the Delphos Elementary School. CORRECTION The O.N. Cutrights celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary recently. not their 50th as was reported in the Democrat/Patlffinder last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Drake of Lettergap announce the birth of their second daughter. Patricia Claudette, on April 24. She weighed seven pounds two ounces at birth. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Jones of Glenville. Paternal grandparents of Mrs. Bonnie Drake and the late Claude Drake of Glenville. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Hoard announce the birth of their second child, a daughter, seven pounds, nine ounces, named Gina Lou. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Eugene {Ace} Collins of Glenville and paternal grandmother is Mrs. Ressie Hoard of Flatwoods. II I Illl I I FAMILY REUNIONS I I ml Descendants of Albert and S.E. Van Horn will celebrate a family reunion Sunday, May 25 at the Gilmer County Recreation Center. Persons attending are asked to bring a covered dish and ..'ble service. Adolfsons mark 25th wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. E~rl "'~,Vhitev'" Adolfson were honored by their children and friends on May 13 with a dinner at Marlow's Restaurant in Sutton as they celebrated their 25th wedding anniversarv. They were united in marriage on May 13. 1950, in Morgantown. by Rev. Dietz. Mrs. Adolfson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Fultineer. of Weston and Mr. Adolfson is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Earl Adolfson. Sr. Mr. Adolfson is employed as an instructor and head football coach at Glenville State College. They are the parents of three children, Mrs. Tanya Turner, and Shelly and Greg who are still at home. The Adolfson's have been residents of Glenville for 10 years. They received many nice gifts from family and friends that were greatly appreciated. Shatters celebrate SOth wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shatter of 19 Brighton Drive, Akr'~n, O.. recently celebrated their 5Oth golden wedding anniversary. Dr. Simmons appointed Two professors at Glenville State College have received promotions, according to D. Banks Wilburn. GSC president. Dr. William K. Simmons, professor of English, was appointed Dean of Academic Affairs effective August 1, a position vacated by the resignation of Dr. Clarence Maze. Dr. Simmons graduated with an A.B. degree from GSC in 1960, received the M.A. degree from West Virginia University in 1964, and completed his Ph.D. studies in 1969 at Ohio State University. He has been a faculty member at GSC since 1964 and is married to the former Deloris HuRon, a teacher in District. Gar, of EducatiOn teaching, will Division of student the retirer0 t! Morris September, Adkins degrees is workin for married to assistant GSC. college sinCe HOBBLES GROCERIES GASOLINE 907 N. Lewis St. ( Pkonee 462-8635 ! STORE Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday ' Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to 1i NEW FAAJ... SUBURBAN FARM CATALOG AVAILABLE WITH PRICED 5% TO 35% LESS THAN EDITION, Phone 462-7939 - Authorized CATALOG SALES OWNED AND OPERAtiC: i!i (Starts Thursday, May 22) (formedy Village 3) Charles & Melody Davis, Owners $1.98 Reg. $8.95 ALL LADIES PANTS SUITS REDUCED LADIES DRESSES & LONG SKIRTS REDUCED $1.00 (Were various prices) Were $7.00 Check Yellow Sale Tags Throughout the Store. items must go to make room for new merchandise. STORE HOURS Illlll I IIII II Open Monday thru Saturday 9 to 5 Wednesday 9 to 12 starting May 28 Brooks or Pinto Mustang II LTD Mr. Shaffer. a Firestone Fire Co., retiree, wed Faye Smith April 12, 1925, in Gilmer County. They celebrated with a quiet day at home with their two sons and daughter-in-law and grandchildren, all of Akron. It mmnmmmmmmmmmm Inspectors Inspector, mmnmmmmmmmmmI II I II ~II II I I I lli lilIl III I