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10 The Gienville Democrat/Path~der Sroraolds to wed Debra Sue Greynolde Mr. and Mrs. Larry W. Greynolds of Sand Fork announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage July 3, 19/5 Miss Greynolds is a graduate of Gilmer County High School and is a junior at West Virginia University, Morgantown majoring in Dental Hygiene. Mr. Sumpter, also a graduate of Gilmer County High School, is a senior at West Virginia Unviersity majoring in Industrial Engineering. An open church wedding is planned for August 16, at 3 p.m. in the Sand Fork Baptist Church. A lawn reception will follow at the home of the bride. Carol Ann Hicks ia Char/estom St. John's Episcopal Church in Charleston was the setting on June 28 for the wedding of Miss Carol Ann Hicks. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sties Hicks of Glenville, and Denis Dougherty Smith, son of Mrs. Mary J. Smith of Folcroft, Pa., and the late Edward C. Smith. The Rev. Richard Schmidt officiated and Skip Kincaid gave readings. Music was provided by Mike Fowler, Melanie Hess and David Shipston. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Sheri Catalano of Spencer of their second daughter, Debra Sue, to was maid of honor and Kay Coberly .... .. ....... ~ Yohey of Dumfries, Va., was matron of Harry Ray Butch Sump,t,r, ~ua u~ . ,. Mrs. Winona Sumpter of Sand Fork.honor. Dianna Chapman of Hurricane 7 South Lewis Street, Glenville in Just Around The Corner By The Stoplight and Kathy Koreski Pollick of Parkersburg were bridesmaids, Edward C. Smith Jr. of West Chester and Michael J. Smith of Ridiey Park, Pa., were best man for their brother. Ushers were Ronald Hicks of Glenville, brother of the bride, and Robert Ferimer of Charleston. Mrs. Smith is a graduate of Gilmer County High School and Glenville State College. She is employed by the Putnam County Board of Education. Her husband is a graduate of LaSalle College in Philadlephia and Marshall University. He also is employed by the Putnam County Board of Education. Following a wedding trip to New England, Canada and Great Lakes, Mr. and Mrs. Smith will make their home at 123 Lake Shore Dr., Charleston. Pamek; Aloore to Kenneth Mohr Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moore of Chapel Route, Gassaway, are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter, Pamela Ann Moore to Kenneth William Mohr son of Mr. and Mrs. D.W. Mohr of Normantown. Pamela is a 1975 graduate of Braxton County High School and is employed by Gov. Moore's Summer Youth Program. Her fiance is a 1972 graduate of Gilmer County High School and is employed by Rexroad Builders Supply Co. of Gassaway. Pamela is the granddaughter of Mr.and Mrs. Guy Tonkin of Chapel Route and R.D. Moore of Gassaway and great-granddaughter of Mrs. C.R, Stine of Exchange. Kenneth is the grandson of Mrs. Sarah Mohr James of Sutton and Mrs. Daisy Duelley of Crooked Fork. Wedding plans are incomplete. in traditional dl Ap~ accepted at West Buckhannoa Director there was the pagent All personality and figure and Schrader by July 5. recent photO, phone The girl ~tate in Pageant, ABC TV from on Miami be awarded a an all Miami l~ea women in W.Va. State Folk Festival parade wore dresses made by the te Alice and Alma Arbuclde. D-~eaes worn by [l-r] Vh'ginia Harvev, "Eula asto and Hazel Moore were made by the Arbuclde women at -- century, the turn of the Troy School gra ; honor teacher The eighth grade graduating class appreciation of her. We stumble as we at Troy Elementary School recentlyseek the proper words to describe our surp.rised Mrs. Fie Reed. a secondthoughts and emotions. Perhaps it can grade teacher, witl~, a ,vase of red best be described in these few simple 17t01 roses, lne po, pmar ~eacner was a.tso words - Thank you and May God Ble~. rememoereo oy me graduates with a yearbook dedication which reads: The class of 1975 is dedicating their yearbook to Mrs. Fie Davis Reed. Mrs. Reed has dedicated her life unselfishly to the young children who she has encountered in her long and illustrous career. Loyalty, unselfishness, and dedica- tion to duty are rare ingredients of today's society, but Mrs. Reed has displayed all these qualities plus many more intangible qualities which cannot be measured by human judgment. Our society needs more people of Mrs. Reed's character and courage. Flo Reed graduated from Glenville State College. She began her teaching career at Buckhorn School. Mrs. Reed has been at Troy since 1954, this year will complete her 34th year of teaching. She has a student this year, J.R. Adams. who is a third generation student. She~taught ].R/s grandfather dad, and LR. completes the ~ third generation. We as eighth graders are very proud, but also very humble in our County Clerk's Young Nm & Woamou Who Need J There are some openings in the the Calboua Gilmer Career Center for both dropouts. If you wish to take ;,-mediately contact Mr. William Piexcy, Cetmty High School 462-7960. MARRIAGE LICENSES big savings on fine furrliture from INDUSTRIES II 9 4 PIECE STONE MILL BEDROOM! INCREDIBLE! Includes: Door triple dresser, landscape mirror, doorchest, headboard. American traditional design with the accent on oak. Constructed of oak solids, oak veneers and select hardwoods. The finish is a rich, warm oak tone with a hint of dis- tressing. Hardware is a distinctive brass finish. Drawers have ball-bearing Broy- glide construction for easy operation. Lim- ited quantities on Stone Mill -- so hurry, they'll go fast! Billy Joe Luzader, 20, EIyria, Ohio, to Shae Ann Turner, 19, Glenville. Robert Lee Johnson, 20, Frametown, W.Va. to Cheryl Ann Williernson, 18, Gienville, W.Va, Don Monroe Marks, 21, Glem/iUe, to Kathy Man Dennison, 17, Glenville, W.Va. Kenneth Basil AIItop, 43, Cox's Mills, to Elsie Louise Snyder, 37, Cox's Mills. Ralph Waverly Martin, 69, Pullman, Michigan, to Mary Elizabeth EIk:luist, 54, Linn, W.Va. Vernon Wayne Kern~, 26, of Glenville, W.Va. to Judith Ann Miller, 29, Shock, W.Vs. James Amyot Morford, 25, Grantsvilie to Beverly Lorraine Rogers, 21, Sand Fork, W.Va. Donald William Coviil, 27, Troy, W.Va. to iClaudia Ruth Bonner, 25, Troy, W.Va. Robert Dennis Rexroad, 21, Vadls, W.Va. to Helen Marie Parker, 21, Troy, W.Va. Roscoe Clifford Thompson, 77, Glenvihe, W.Va. to Estella Hoover, 80, GienviUe, W.Va, Cad James Chambers, Jr., 23. Ripk~ W.Va. to Faye Ellen Kuhl, 20, Letter Gap, W.Va. WILLS B.F. Miller, Shock, W.Va. deceased. Shidey Leon Rice, Globe, Adzorm, deceased. Robert C. Wolfe, Gilrner County, -deceased. , Bernard S. Berry, fietwoods, Braxton County, deceased. HEAI 4G TI T SET FOR GINVlLLE W. Vli~iNIA Elm:Ironic hearing teat wall be liven at the Coarad Hotel ia Giea~Llle each third WadaeaN~y M the moath [rom 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. by Mr. Kempet Hyre. Certified HeerinI Aid AudloloXist. BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICE 442-B. W. Pike St. ~h~Jl, W.Va. 26301 Brms, Pamtims, j,me 30 ,qh Jdy WESTON DII -- - - II IIIII Saturday, July 12, 1975-" 103 So. St.; Sutt REAL ESTATE: BEAUTIFUL HOME W/ 12 RooMS LEWIS LOMBARD (LUMBER KING), LARGE ATTIC, m2 CHIMNEYS, SHUTrERED WINDOWS, WILL BE CALLED ON THIS PROPERTY AT 12 NOON; I RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR REJECT THE BID. I ANTIQUES ,1~ COLLECTIBLES: WALNUT BED; IRON WALNUT CHIFFAROBE; FEDERAL OAK CHEST DRESSERS & CHESTS; MIRRORS; TRUNKS: SOU0 BOOKCASE; FED. SLANT TOP SECY.; LONG FLOWER STAND 18 WOODEN FOLDING CHAIRS; DINING CHAIRS; SOUO WALNUT WALL CUPBOARD W/GLASS DOORS; FLOOR MOD. RADIO: WOOL RUGS W/ LOT OF FRAMES; TREADLE SEWING MACHINE; SEWING CHAIRS; QUEEN ANNE CHAIR W/CLAW FEET; BOTTLES; BRASS KETTLE (STAND-STIRRER); I CRADLE; OLO COINS; GLASSWARE: ETC. I MODERN FURNISHINO ~ MISC.: UVING RM. METAL OFFICE OESK W/ CHAIR; ODD CHAIRS; $ HOSPIAL BED W/ MATTRESS; DRESSERS; RECORD PLAYERS (STEREO|; MAGNUS CORD UTENSILS, TABLE WARE: DISHES; BOTTLES; REFRIGERATOR-DEEP FREEZE; CUT RIOING MOWER (UKE NEW); TYPE WRITER; GLASS SHOW CASE; KIDS NEW SWING sET; WINCHEsTERS (RED LETTER); MOD. 12 DOUBLE i CO.) OTHER OLD GUNS, ETC. LUNCH SERVED OWNERS: MR. AND MRS. ROBERT AUCTIONEER: ROBERT J. m l I ..... IIIII nm CUPS 4VE