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1O The Glenvme Democrat/ Pathfinder July 28, 1977 f= Wilson, Bollinger wed | Mrs. Vtcide Bollinger Given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father, Miss Vickie Lynne Wilson became the bride of Nelson Ray Bollinger at a 2 p.m. double ring ceremony on June 19 at Charity Baptist Church, Frametown. The Rev. C.C. Dobbins officiated. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M, Sobotka of Elyria, Ohio, made her formal length gown of white crepe knit with Allure lace over-lay on the bodice. The long puffed Ben's Used Cars 19 Chevrolet Riscsyne U0, 4-Door. 1970 VW, 4 Cyltader, 4-Speed, New Paint, New Sticker. 1V/0 Ford  T. Ranger, Automatic, Camper Topper. sleeves, also of Allure lace, ended in a ruffle similar to the ruffle on the V-neckline. The shoulder length veil with a pearl cap belonged to Jennie Sadewski, aunt of the bride. The bride's jewelry, a heart shaped gold and pearl necklace and pearl earrings belong to Opal Andress, aunt of the bride. The bride's colonial bouquet was made of blue and white carnations with greenery. The Maid of Honor was Miss Shefla Moyers, Fairmont. Bridesmaid for her cousin was Miss Karen Frame attendant's bouquets were multi- colored daisies with pink and yellow streamers. The groom is the son of Mrs. Pearl Bollinger of Frametown. Best man for the groom was Jerry J, Sobotka, brother of the bride. Ushers were Larry F. and Terry M. Sobotka, also brothers of the bride. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Sobotka wore a white knit dress with blue accessories. The groom's mother, Mrs. Bollinger, wore a beige knit dress. Both mothers wore corsages of pink' carnations. Hostess for the reception imme- diately following the ceremony at the Frametown Community Building was Mrs. Opal Andress with Mrs. Pauline Sharpes and Mrs. Nancy Wycoff assisting. Mrs. Wycoff also registered guests. Bridal showers were given by Mrs. Opal Andress and Mrs. Maggie Sands, Miss Anne C. Moore and mothers at Linden Grade School, Roane County, where the bride taught school. An open house was held for the couple at the home of the bride. The new Mrs. Bollinger is employed by Braxton County Schools. Mr. BollJnger is employed by Coastal Lumber Co., Gassaway. The couple is residing at Frametown. The bride is the granddaughter of Agnes Moyers of Rosedale. Schoolcraft, White married Carol Jean Schoolcraft, a dau- ghter of Mrs. Maxine Schoolcraft, wife of the late Robert Schoolcraft of Baldwin and Lewis Franklin White, whose parents live in Mannington were married July 8 in the Washington, D.C. Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The couple now resides in Mannington. Carol is a 1975 graduate of Glenville State College and has taught in Warrenton, Vs., Junior High since graduation. Frank is a 1972 graduate of Mannington High and is a deputy sheriff in the Marion County Sheriff department. Curry reunion The Curry reunion was held July Sherwoods to celebrate 50th Mr. and Mrs. Orville [Bm] Sherwood Orville A. (Bill) Sherwood and his wife Louise will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Aug. 14 in their home with an open house from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. a i ii I Ambulance calls : ..... .iiii'../i----iiii _;;..L... ii I JULY 18-24 7-18-77, 3:37 p.m.-Danies Skid- more from Cox's Mill to Stonewall Jackson Hospital 7-18-77, 3:47 p.m.-Raymond Jen- kins from Town Hill to Stonewall Jackson Hospital 7-18-77 5 p.m.-Roma J. Godfrey from Sand Fork to Stonewall Jackson Hospital and on to the United Hospital The Sherwoods were married Aug. 16, 1927 in Oakland, Md. Rev. C.A. Shilke was the minister. They are parents of six children, 16 grand- children and tvo great grandchildren. Bill worked 47 years for Carnegie Natural Gas. He is a W.W. II Navy veteran and a recipient of the Purple Heart. He is commander of VFW Post #54-69. Mrs. Sherwood is the daughter of the late Camden D. and Nettle Stump Mollohan. Bill is the son of the late Henry and Lura Bond Sherwood. They request no gifts. Friends and relatives are invited. Adams The annual Ada held at the home d Mr. ! Adams at Cox's Mill on attending were: Mrs. ford and Tins of N. Mrs. Maxine Elder, Pam; Mr. and Mrs. Sharon, and Dennis; James Warner, Debra, all of Parkersburg; Rondall Haugh, Lisa, Kimberly; Mr. and Warner; Mr. and Mrs. and Donna; Mr. Warner, Christy Charlotte Jones, Mrs. Margaret Patton, Sam, all of Harrisville; Gone Morris, and Bobby, s Adarhs, all of Salem, W. Mrs. Roger Kelley Groton, Conn.: Mr. Adams and Ronnie and Mrs. Russell and Rusty of Troy: Mr. of Cox's Mill; Mr. .Adams, Beverly 'Washington, W. Va,; Ezra Adams; Mr. Adams, Scott Jr., Mike Mrs. Diana Hurley, and Beth Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Emma Clayton of and Mrs. Junior Beall and Mrs. Jack Adams Mineralwells; Mrs. Stephanie and Teresa Mr, and Mrs. Grantsville, and Mr. Linn; Mr. and Mrs. Tammy and Randy d Carolina; and Mr. Adams of Chesapeake, Door prizes Stephanie Adams, Stacy Jones. Call 462-7309 to place 17 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Blain Center Clarksburg Wallace. Both attendants made their Calhoun of Whitevine. Those attending floor length gowns of pale blue crepe 7-18-77, 8 p.m.-Betty Luzader 11('[--- ['- knit. The gowns were styled after the visited with one another and lunch was from Camden Flats to Stonewall served at noon. Jackson Hospital bride's gown, with short puffed sleeves After lunch a business meeting and Allure lace on the bodice. The 7-20-77 9:22 a.m.-Laura Am/ck was held and gospel songs were sung. from Sand Fork to Stonewall Jackson Those attending were: Hospital Those attending were: Mr. and Ree'sPlace Stouts M///s Square Dance Every Saturday Night Music By Willard Montgomery & Shara Singleton Automobile and Homeowners Policies from a Metropolitan Company? YES. Maybe you didn't know that a Metropolitan com- pany offers both automobile and homeowners in- surance. Well, we doand you owe it to yourself to look into it. Because you can get from Metropolitan Property and Liability Insurance Company the same kind of excellent service Metropolitan Life policyholders have enjoyed for over a century. The advantages are numerous. So why not give me a call and make sure you're not missing ways to get more for your insurance dollar. Do it today. HUNTER B. BEALL JR. " 813 Grand Central Avenue Vienna, W.VL 28106 Office." (304) 29G-41B1 Residence (304) 384-8623 O Metropolitan Property and Liability Insurance Company Warwick, Rhode Island r I ! A Subsidiary of Metropolitan Life _Mrs. Bernard Curry and David: Mrs. Rachel Curry; Mrs. Mary Cain: Mr. and Mrs. Blain Calhoun; Mr. and Mrs. Barr Curry and Douglas; Mr. Charles Curry; Mrs. Louise Might; Mrs. Elenor Swisher; Mr. Neely Curry; Mr. Harry Curry and Harry Jr.; Mrs. Ruth Wells; Mr. and Mrs. Allie Wyers; Mr. and Mrs. Bud Simers, Sandra and Cindy; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simers; Barbara and David Jones; Mrs. Lucille Ponusky; Mr. and Mrs. Starling Holbert, Scotty and Lore; Mr. John Simers; Mrs. Patricia Little, Leslie and Michael; Mr. and Mrs. Melford Richards, Gary and Dwayne; Mr. and Mrs. Arden Curry, Kevin and Robin; Mr. and Mrs. John Stoneberg and Joey; Mrs. Betty Anderson; Mrs. Chan Wilkenson and Sandy Middleton; Mrs. Ruth Ayers and Charles Johnson Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCombs and Mike; Mr. George Simers; Dwayne Moss and Michael Cutright; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Davis; Mrs. Donna Calhoun, Tammy and Joey; Ernie and Richard McClain; Mr. and Mrs. Oral Hickman; Billy Collins; Linda Hill, and Kim, Nell, and Ronda Hill. ......... 'r ....... ' ..................  ' _._LL ................ I ...... County Court News I I Deeds Recorded Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Kirkpatrick and others grant to Harold Kirkpatrick Marriage License AppUcatlons their interest in coal, off and gas Terry Lynn Pugh, 23, underlying 16 acres on Stewart's StumptownandBrendaJoSprouse, Creek. of Stumptown. mm m mmm mm_mm mmm m mmmm m m mm m mm REGISTRATION | Board of Trade Pet Show : I | Saturday, July 30, 1977 , I 7-20-77, 9:08 p.m.-Betty Kyer from Grand Camp Run to Spurgeon's Mortuary 7-21-77. 8:42 a.m.-Robert Swick from Cox's Mill to VA Hospital Clarksburg 7-23-77, 6:39 p.m.-Lawrence D. Peters from River St. to VA Hospital Clarksburg 7-23-77, 11:30 p.m.-Roger Lee Weese from N. Lewis St. to Stonewall Jackson Hospital 7-23-77 12:50 a.m.-Robert Ham- rick from Kanawha Drive to Calhoun General Hospital I II Mr. and Mrs. William Pinell Jr. grant to Phillip Cunningham and Lu Ann Jones a lot in Camden Flats. Georgia L. Snyder grants to Mr. and Mrs. Terry Coatney an acre on the north side of Rt, 33 on the waters of Stewart's Creek. Charles B. Gilbert Jr. grants to Mr. and Mrs. Allen J. Rush a lot in the Bailey Addition to Northview in Glenville. Mr. and Mrs. Sull McCartney grant to Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Johnson a lot in Glenville. Mr. and Mrs. Shirley McCumbers grant to Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Grogg .82 acres on Grass Run. Adrian Collins grants to Frank H. Ames and Kathleen A. Conklin 50 acres and 56 acres on Tanner Creek. m m | g I | m : horn 2 to 4 p.m. Citizens Bank Lot ,, _ , , (name) L (AddS) : - (Phone) ...... tAle) ( Must Be 14 Years or Under) Ji (Kind of Animal or Pet) I I I I i I I I i i i g i m m g i i I Only one pet per registretion. All animals must be Ikmdzl or caged. Fill out and mail before'July 27 to: Lewis Connty Chamber of Commerce Bex 2 Ii Wutm, W. Vz 26452 I imn,-immmmm mm,,.,mmmm.,mmm. of 20, Rt. 33 & 119 - 4 miles west of Weston .......... / c0mpleteselection of Quality Built Homes 12 WIDES - 14 WIDES - DOUBLE VVIDES AND MODULAR ON DISPLAY EACH FULLY DISPLAYED AND LIGHTED Phone 269-1510 -- Open Friday til 8 p.m. Member of W.Va. Mobile Homes Association Straigl ,t Answers From Your Power Company This I one in a series of replies to questions betug asked by our customers. Answering is Fruc Byrns, Supervisor, Resi- dtlal Customer Ser- vl. QUESTION: Why should I conserve electricity when I see others who don't? ANSWER: Monongahela has no authority to anyone to use less electricity. We can suggest. We know that some serve whlle others do not, Just as some peon, pie exceed the fuel conserving speed limit o: 55 mph. However, Monongahela continues to its customers to conserve electricity, and waste it. Conservation is Important it not only helps cushion the cost of electric service but also saves on the tlon's diminishing fuel resources. Energy conservation also helps us the need for borrowing money at high terest rates to finance the construction expensive new powestations. Since we believe conservation of tricity is so Important, we offer called "Reddy Facts," which provide how to conserve electricity in the home. may pick up copies at any Monon business office or write to our Customer vices Department. Mononphela Power n Part of the Allegheny Power System