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The Glenvifle Democrat/Pathfinder lune 5, 1975 Cynthia Gainer weds Ronnie Anderson Newspaper will not publisk in order to enjoy a week's in ~ -. vacation, we will not publish the or -" .............................. :! i Tirnberla ] ALSO MEN WITH TRACTORS OR ~ m AUUNG F0"1 Mark Ellis L I ' "~ ~ ~~ D_AHCE_. _~ A candlelight setting prevailed for carried an arrangemen of hi e -- - - the May 10 ceremony uniting in orchids and daisys and babys breath, Revised CHatty Swiu| ~:rdii:gLeC:nAthni~eM::iea?a;~epaau~d :atU:t:tdr::m:r::'hiteBible with white Saturday, June 7, 1915] '' A| unl' num~ ~S~i ~'rlg~ ~dod~M:l~' ' ~e EwNc*o!~ :n Uo~i/:d Methdist Church' Ba rbertn' c uJfn e ~h: e~ r iA;ed e::/:e ~ fdI e::~l:n ~~:~ ~ The bride is the only daughter of of honor and appeared in a floor length Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeR. Gainer. Akron. gown with a pink floral dress. She ructl ~ Ohio, and the groom is the son of Mrs. wore a pink hat with a satin ribbon Tula Smith, Glenvflle. The bride is the streamers, matching the gown. She granddaughter of Mrs. era Gainer of carried a bouquet of pink daisy tinted Specialities, C, alondm and Gifts in the Fed up with HIGH Prices? YOU NEED ME/ Sand Ridge. " to match her gown. be Able to phm OWn time and work Rev. Fisher officiated the double Bridesmaids were Miss Dixie a~-l~rJskm. Auburn Builders Jnc ring service before an altar Baker of Columbus. Miss Carolyn Yehl All Accmmts are protected, Repeat illuminated by two candelabras of Cleveland, cousins of the br]de. Miss High Cmnmiuions payeble when orders are Box 84 Auburn, W. Va. 26325 Ph. 349-2573 holding lighted tapers. A white aisle Barbara Barbic of Akron and Miss 'I~e Advartisln8 Specialty Line is the most carpet and white satin kneeling bench Peggy Wilson. of Union. niece of the No Obligation completed the church setting. The groom. Their gowns were identical of Induotl~. C, ldendars are manufactured st - , , ................. family pews were marked with white that of the matron o[ honor in style, but Write ]Bob Mbr, I mde, Sales Manager, I'll I .I ,,, ,,,, . m satin bows. During the ceremony the colors of blue and yellow'. They wore 110 So, Second St,, Red Oak Iowa Dr Donald S Pritt bride and groom each took a lighted matching hats and carried bouquets . candle and together lit a single candle matching each dress. symbolizing "unity," ]immie W.~'kle of Alliance served as I1 !I ' . Vocalist, Pare Greynolds Gainer, of best man. Ushers were, Gary" Nellis of (Foot Specialist) Sand Ridge, sang several selections. Ellet. Ralph Eagle. of Virginia. Bmmie STORE While being escorted to the altar by Gainer. brother of the bride, Norman ........... her father, the bride presented each Andersen. and Louie and Donnie Smith Moaday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Announces the opening of his office mother a red rose, after which she was of G|enville. given in marriage by beth parents. The Registering guests at the church Wedliegday, Saturday - O to 1 for practice of podiatry bride appeared in a full length gown of was Miss Darelvn Baker of Columbus, irridescentorganza and chantfl]y lace. cousin of the bride. We $4,00 per Gallon on By App ointment The neckline was lace outlined in For a wedding trip to Niagara Falls pearls. The full skirt over nylon net and Canada. the hride traveled in a ExteriK I'ailt, Latex and ended in a chapel length train. Her green knit suit with matching Ist Fleer 1309 'ket St., Parkersburg WV chapel length veil of silk illusion edged accessories and ,*ore an orchid ..... in t~ rear ~, ............. ~ " ,, ,,:,, ..... ~ . ,:, " in lace, fell from a chantilly lace and corsage. : satin headpiece. The couple will reside in Akron, : The bride's jewelry consisted of aOhio. [ [ CATALOG SALES : (~04) 428"0000 gold bracelet and a pair of pearl i ill , , ,, ,,,,, earrings, a g ft ,om the groom. She Torner-tozoder nuptials [ ,! i celebrated il/i Shae Ann Turner became the bride of Billy Joe Luzader, May 25, at 1 Q p.m. in a double ring ceremony performed in the Sand Fork Baptist Church by Rev. Clyde Bush. The bride SATURDAY, JUNE 7 - 10 is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Turner of Glenvflle. The At Ike Farm of Mr. & Mrs. bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl J, Luzader of Sand Fork. N~J, W. Va. Near Cowen iu The bride was given in marriage by e her parents, She appeared in a Light ANTIQUES and CmNA BOW*IS a Frl13]B]E]~: ALADDIN & OTH]~ MOUNTAINE a l)F.C 111 S; A2 ONS, GLASSWAEE. " MAMJBIJ~ TOP WASH STAND, CHAIRS, ONES, GLASS DOOR One way to find out is to read your ~ -- " DINNEI AND S(~OOL RIELLS AND electric meter periodically. ALSO A LOT OF GOOD MISCEM, ANF~US. This will enable you to measure your NOTIIgSI'ONSI]BLE FOil A~EN'I~ electrical consumption since your meter ~ C&SH OWNEES: was read last. Your bill shows the last AUCTION1E]~ ilOBl]tl' |. BUTCHER, PHONE reading and the date your meter was read. Re ad ing your m ete r is simple. / , Just jot down the number from each ~ ~, dial that the hand has just passed. ~ blue knit drew= ~. - , ~,remony. The ~,~." ~=.~.. .. ~. '~, . isFr example, the reading on this meter7160, arrangements.altarwasdecratedwithsprmgflwerThe bride, a 1973 graduate of "~/ ~'~ .~" Power Gilmer County High School. is a junior T~.~. - (if you have a five dial meter, you P.o. Box 1392. W, Va. at Glenville State College. majoring in . will have five figures to work with.) ~u,,.om No. Music. Mr. Luzader. is a 1973 graduate iffTIMiN @U&RAMTIEO 366-3000 of Gilmer County High School and is ~yc~e ,. ~ w~ ~ ** eb.v. eddm,, nOw employed at Ford Motor Company W~ HAVE MANY REQUESTS FOR oUR Then subtract from the reading you get, at Avon Lake. FILL POSITIONS IN LOCAL AND AREA the KWH reading from your last bill. The The couple is now residing at 275 BUT WE CANNOT FILL THE NEED. difference is the number ofkilowatthours College Park Dr;_ve. Elyria. Ohio. HAVE YOU EVER WANTED you have used since your last bill. , WELL-TRAINED MEMBER OF THE BUT LACKED THE MONEY TO GO TO Then note from your last bill the date " .- Your Home WE CAN HELP! your meter was read and the date you read Improvements WE HAVE your meter. This will give you the ~ " ~ Storm Doors, aluminum or FEDERAL GRANTS period of time in which those kilowatt- "] ~. ::.. :)i.) : :i!!! i" white finish LOANS - SCHOLAR H hours were used. ][ ...... ~ ' :i ~, * Safety Glass We Ar~ Accepting Applicad~. .... ! .... , , Storm Windows, aluminum or ' " For Our June Class From this information you con de- ~ ,mAt [~st.g~a~} ~ ~=, m,~ :~ white finish. termine your average daily kilowatthour ..... " - T~---~us Awninqs, eiclht colors, any size CALL - WRITE OR COME IN | ==ATE ~r'H~ ~U"c { WHEN W~JUNG I~ICL consumption to find out if you're really LFURNIsHED[ ........ ON REOUEfbT J AG@.NCY[ WI~N PAYINGMRINO ATENTIREOFFICEBILLOR~ FREE ESTIMATES MADE AT conserving electricity, YOUR HOME Call or Write ~ W. Pike St. Clark~burg. W.Va. AgUE AYERS 354-7538 Mononl ahela Power ~ " ~ ~'~ KENNETH WHIPKEY 354-6990 Part of the Nlegheny Power System Grantsville. WV