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4 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder |uly 22, 1976 Greathouse Sears wed in Linn }oyce Lynn Sears and Randall Junior Greathouse exchanged wedding vows ]une 26 during an afternoon (eremonv at Ellis Grove United Methodist Church, Linn. Rev. Everitt Mills performed the carom,my. The bride is the oldest daugiter of Joy Lee Gregory Sears of Linn and Harry T. Sears of Weston. The groom &apos;i the son of Mrs. Raymond Smith of 2inn and Junior Greathouse of Cleveland, Ohio. ,( Given in marriage by her parents and escorted to the altar by her father. the bride wore a gown of white polyester knit designed with short puffed sleeves, square neckline trimmed with lace and buttons from the neck to the waist with self belt tied in back. She wore a white head piece with white baby's breath on it and in her hair. She carried a bouquet of white daisies, carnations and baby's breath with white streamers. Anna Marie Sears. served her sister as maid of honor. She wore a gown of mint green polyester with a matching cape. She carried a bouquet of white and yellow daisies mixed with pink. blue, and green carnations and Straight Answers :t i[ From Your Pow,er Company This is one in a series of replies to questions being asked by our customers. Answering is Frances Byrne, Supervisor, Resi- dential Customer Ser- vices. QUESTION: Why should I conserve electricity when I see others who don't? ANSWER: Monongahela has no authority to force anyone to use less electricity. We can only suggest. We know that some customers con- serve while others do not, just as some peo- ple exceed the fuel conserving speed limit of 55 mph. However, Monongahela continues to urge its customers to conserve electricity, and not waste it. Conservation is important because it not only helps cushion the cost of your electric service but also saves on the na- tion's diminishing fuel resources. Energy conservation also helps us delay the need for borrowing money at high in- terest rates to finance the construction of expensive new power stations. Since we believe conservation of elec- tricity is so important, we offer booklets called "Reddy Facts," which provide tips on to conservRlectricity In t home. You p up c6ples at any Monongahela  business office or write to our Customer Ser- vices Department. Monoqahela Power L Part of the Allegheny Power System t776 baby's breath, tied with rainbow streamers. Serving as best man was Timothy Swiger. Ushers were ]ohn Lamb of Alum Bride, and Billy Miller, cousin of the bride, from Cleveland, Ohio. The mother of the bride wore a street-length dress of peach polyester trimmed with mint green. Her corsage was carnations tinted mint green. The The bride is a 1976 graduate of Gilmer County High School. The bridegroom also attended Gilmer County High School and is now employed at the West Virginia Glass Factory, Waston. After a trip to Cleveland, Ohio, the couple will reside at Troy. reside at Troy. mother of the bridegroom wore a AIItop Zinn to street-length dress of pale blue with pink designs and a corsage of pink y carnations. Wedding guests attended an outdoor reception after the cremony at the home of the brides' mother. Miss Pare Edwards registered guests. Mrs. Calvin Berkey of Columbus, Ohio and Mrs. Roger Hamrick of Orrville, Ohio, aunts of the bride, cut and served the three-tiered wedding cake, and served at the punch bowl. i Tm.FU,,O. I I. PARTTIME I You don't have to quit your I I P;2t't:etr? rat; drt:  i II ..J .=n.., .=.. i; (3% 622 00316= II I ii GLENVILLE exchange vows SUPEREITE Country Cured Hams Cigarettes $3.99 a Carton G]envi00e Superette IIII I IIIII II III I I Mrs. W'anetta Zirm of Pullman, W.V. is proud to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of her youngest daughter, Cathy Ann, to Hugh Alltop, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Alltop of Normantown. The bride-elect is a 1976 graduate of Pennsboro High School. Mr Alltop is a 1971 graduate of Gilmer County High School and a 1975 graduate of Glenville State College, He is presently employed by the Ritchie County Board of Education The couple will exchange vows Sunday afternoon August 1. 1976 at 1:30 p.m. at the Upper Steer Run Baptist Church. The gracious custom of open church wedding will be observed. Everyone is cordially invited to attend the wedding and the reception which will be held in the Normantown school cafeteria im- mediately following the wedding. After a brief honeymoon to various scenic spots in West Virginia. the couple will reside in Pearmboro. I Jmi _ :i:::::::;:.:;::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::.::::::t:::::;:::'/:::;:::.<.::..:::::: ....::::::::::::::::::'...-: &<....:-:.:::......:-:.:.:,::....'.-::::::::::..:::::::::::.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::.'.::::.:::::::::::::::yJ $13,00 O0 li STOCK REDUCTION SALE .:' 112 Pr. Pull-On Boots Men's CLOSEOUT SAVE 1.49 PAIR 262 Pair PERMA PRESS WORK PANTS $6.98 VALUE - $6.40 PAIR MATCHING SHIRTS - 1t4.49 164 Pairs Slacks Ladies Polyester VALUE TO $10.00 $4.97 PAIR CLOSE OUT CHIPPEWA BOOTS-SHOES GIANT SAVINGS TO $1&oo PAnt 40O PAIR TENNIS-SHOES MEN'S-BOY'S-LADIES $3.99 PAIR 146 SHIRTS & TOPS CHILDREN'S $1.37 REG. TO $2.39 SAVE $1.02 173 CANS KIWI SHOE POLISH REG..79 cents NOW .44 cent= [Save .35 cents can] x :: : :::  :iii :.: 22=t PAIR SANDALS CHILDREN'S 8= LADIES BARGAIN AT $2.88 & $4.88 PAIR STRAW HATS MEN'S & BOY'S ,77 CENTS $3.95 EACH 108 PAIRS - MEN'S LACE SHOES & BOOTS GREAT SAVINGS 106 LADIES TOPS RE.TO Se.98 NOW $4.97 EACH 85 PRS. TENNIS SHOES Children's Size 5 to 12 $2.98 Value at $1.97 Pr. SAVE $1.02 PAIR BUTTONS 645 CARDS 1/2 PRICE .14 & .19 cants 18 2 PC. DRESSES $7.97 EACH save 96.93 EACH 51 Pair Oxfords-Loafers MEN'S : s&oo & $00o.oo PAre VALUESTO $29.00 MEN'S SLA(5 9.77 PAIR VALUES TO $14L95 91 PIECES SHIRTS & SHORTS CHILDREN'S .97 CENTS EACH All Sales Final COME- BUY AND Cash Only-.-No Refunds SAVE-SAVE-SAVE-SAVE "On The Square" JAMES DEPT STORE GRAHTSVILLE %%%%.%..%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%;%%%%%%%%%%%%'%%%%`%%.'..,,,,...,,..,,,,,,,,, .'.....,-,-,.,.,...,.,...o...,.,.,.... ,., ..,., ,,* , , .,., ., ,.,-, o.o..o... , ,- -,.;,,, % Walliq-Turner enppd SFC and Fort Hood, the Julie Eileen Turner, only Harless A, Julia Walling and Reginald Turner Miss Killeen High She is a Church of Harless U.S. Army 1st( Fort Hood. He Mary Texas. He is Baptist Wedding Minnich, Dennison Marllyn Ann Minnich Dennison Marilyn Ann Minnich became the bride of Joseph Samuel Dennison in a double ring ceremony at 8 p.m. June 26. Their vows were exchanged at the Trinity United Methodist Chruch. Glenville, with the Reverend D. Edward Bayer officiating. The full candieliht ceremony was performed before an altar adorned with springeri and gypsophelia. The bride is the dauher of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob A. Minnich of Glenville and the groom is the son of Mrs. Betty Miller and Mr. Joseph Dennison. Given in marriage by her parents and escorted to the altar by her father. the bride wore e floor length gown of white organza and peau d'ange lace. The scoop neck, high waistline and bell sleeves were emphasized with tiny seed pearls and re-embroidered alencon lace. On the A-line skirt and attached chapel length train were scattered lace medallions. The bride's two-tiered scalloped edged veil was held with a band of matching lace and see pearls. Her gown was compliment- ed with a bouquet of white roses, stophanotis and phalaenopsis orchids. Miss Julia Greathouse of Sisson- ville was maid of honor. Bridesmaids' were Miss Beverly Hamric, Miss Karen Bush. Miss Barbara Smith and Mrs. Joyce Frashure. Jill Walton, neice of the bride, was junior bridesmaid and Dabble Sgt. groom as Walton, Luskey, Barry. Brian junior was ring Nuptial Miss Bertha Raymond included "O "We've only Lord's Pra A Fellowship were: Bigie Kathy Diane with a roses and a with white Standards daisies and setting. The brid Gilmer Co. graduate of 1974, is United States Leluene, N.C. through residing at HOT FOR ADULTS Everyone at 811 ases are invited to attend tl)e Prosrgm located at the schoolsround of:. Glanvme High Sand Fork Trey Planned activities with teams 5}rndm 8 include: Badmiton Croquet Softball Resistration of active participants for field trip, other desbred activities. Schedule of Events July 21 Softball Sand Fork at Glenville July 23 Cookout Glenvllle at Normantown July 23 Softball Gienville at Normantown July 27 ftbsll Glenville at Sand Fork July 29 Softball Normantown at Sand Fork July 3() Dance at Glenville High School 8 p.m. " All softball games start at 7 p.m. Bring the whole Family and Friends.