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group July 481 County at Cedar My 4, are being Originally, having dinner and accordingly. brought out has no who who attend are of food and family or shelter near the reserved as It is near may be set games may be near the facilities in 8tables are to be m in committee. formed to iblic address onal and the coaches have Cad supervise Will also be Shelter has a and benches, folding i arranging the program tor the day. Details will be given in next week's paper. All Gilmer County residents are invited to attend and help make this a joint celebration of the Bicentennial since most of us had ancestors who helped win the Revolution of 1776. Since the committee hopes that most of the county will be at the picnic on July 4, they are asking that John Adams' suggestion that bells be rung. loud noises be nade, and bonfires lit on July 2 be observed on that date at noon with the five-minute ringing of all available bells. They have noted that others will do this on luly 4. Last CaR For Biographies Since a number of people have reported problems in finding dates and data for biographies of Gilmer County neople, these continue to trickle in. However. in order to get the Heritage '76 booklet printed within the next few weeks, a firm and final date has been set by Bayard Young, President of the Gilmer Co. Historical Society. None can be accepted after the July 4 County Bicentennial picnic. He appreciates those who met the earlier attempted deadline, those who sent typed copies ready for the printer, those who limited their copy to about 250 words as requested in fairness to all andthose who have come forward recently to help type handwritten copy and edit some family histories of 1.000 words, or more, to multiple biographies. If you want your biography or that of a Gilmer County ancestor in the booklet, it must be in by July 4. buying problem by at Glenville's new Imutklue Spirit of l?mfld. driving to muslin tops, fashion tee-shirts, socks to buy and scarves. They also have India-imported bed spreads in stock. recently Ms. Harder, who also used to her manage a construction firm in Maryland, is owner-manager of the bought local H & R Block franchise. St. The boutique is open weekdays 10 Spirit of a.m. - 5 p.m. and from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. on Saturdays. :lothing tagers and to go na )le at Spirit jeans, @ Metropolitan i Where the future is now Its easy to put off planning : your future, hoping it will take care of itselt. O Don't let this happen to - t you. Let s talk soon abou Q retirement income, disab - . ity insurance, and other , needs you may have to ". protect your familys finan- cial future. Youll find we do care about your future. m_nmr B IlL : 813 Grand Central Avenue Vienna, W. Vs. 26105 Office: {304} 295-456t : Residence (304} 295-5353 Q oMetmpon00 i Wlx00d00e Metropolitsn Life, New 'Cork, N.Y.  : @ ID @ @ Itp @ I 0 0 e I tP e tP tD IP e t e e D 0 0 @ Q Kimberly Ann Nicholson Shamblin Jr. wed Miss Kimberlv Ann Nicholson. daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Charles E. Nicholson of 15.99 Windsor Dr,, and George W. Shamblin, Jr,. son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Shamblin of 2600 Kanawha Ave. were married Saturday in the Morris Memorial United Methodist Church. The Rev. Larry Greenwood officiated and music was provided by Carol Freeman. aunt of the bridegroom, and Karen Moore. sister of the bridegroom. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. Becky Palmer was made of honor and bridesmaids were maid of honor and bridesmaids were the bridegroom. Sharon Aaron of Charleston, Delma Monk of Ashford, and Kim Jones of Glenville. Amanda MRS. G.W. SHAMBI.IN, IR. former Kimberly Ann Nicholson Nicholson of Glenville was flowergirl for her aunt, and ringbearers were Jill Moore of Gallipolis, Ohio. and Judy Hall of Cheshire. Ohio, nieces of the bridegroom. Dwight Shamblin served as best man for his brother. Ushers were Greg Nicholsun of Gienville. bride's brother, and Bill Nicholson, another brother. Tim Pit[man and Mike [ledge. all of Charleston. Following a reception at the Meadowbrook Recreation Club. the couple left on a wedding trip to Summersville. They will reside in Charleston. Mrs. Shamblin allended public schools in Gilmer County and graduated from Charleston High lun, .'_4. I.)7ti S(:hool al.I Murrls t l;ll'wr', ( ',.lh,'l. Sh. is emphived at Staal, Ihmtfihd. Iler husband. .Iso . r;lduah; ot (]harleshm tilth and M,rri tlarv;v, is emplove, d at thn Ampex I'uwr Pianl, The bride's randparcnls are Mr. and Mrs. Ihiroht l'arrish .f' Manninhm, W.Va. Ih;r reat-rand- molher is Mrs. William Sandy, also of Manninghm. Iter husband is the randson of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder 9 Ahh;v ol Mid(tlel),.'t. Ohio. and Mrs. Edith ,Sllamhlin .f (]heshiro.. Ohio. Speed Q. Gibson Zenith Washers Refrigerators Televisions See the Zenith Color Sets on display. We install and service all sales. RHOADES PLUMBING Er FURNITURE 15 Powell St. Glenville , Phone462-7355 WE SERV/CE ONL Y WHAT WE SELL I I Ill II I II IIIIIII II ANTIQUE SALE Elk Auction - Gassaway, WV Saturday, June 26 - 6 p.m. Mountain rifle; full brass bed; 8 pc. bowl & pitcher set; mantle clocks; wooden pegged 100 yr. old walnut bed w/matching blanket chest & night table; hand made 100 yr. old rocker & others; straight chairs; ice box; lamps; mirrors; pictures; dressers; 100 yr. old baby buggy; pie safe; glassware & other items to be brought in before sale date. AUCTIONEER: Robert I. Butcher Ill I I GLENVILLE PHONE 462.5272 I lll Thank You For Your Patronage During The Folk Festival. L WESTON, WV Store Hours: 8-10 Mon. thru Sat. 10-6 Sunday