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Thursday, July 30, 2009 -- The Glenville Democrat Page 5B iii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii] ..... iiiiii , ii' THE MCQUAIN HOMESTEAD AT 116 WEST MAIN STREET, GLENVILLE IN ABOUT 1920 RUSS DROVE THIS 1936 CHEVY TO SEE THE BIG BANDS PLAY IN CLARKSBURG DURING THE LATE 1940S. HE USED TO SAY, "IF IT COULD TALK, IT'D BE DANGEROUS!" RUSS MCQUAIN (L-R), BOB WHITING AND DON BARKER OUTSIDE OF THE OLD GLENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL THE GILMER COUNTY BAND OF OLD: RUSS AND THE BAND PREPARES TO PERFORM DURING THE SEPT. 11, 1937 GILMER COUNTY FAIR. PICTURED ABOVE ARE FRANK WOLFE (L-R), RICHARD SMITH, CLARKE WOLFE, NEWSOM MCFERRIN, DIRECTOR FRANK BEALL, RAY BAXTER MUSSER, DICK BEALL, FRED MADISON WHITING, EARL WOLFE, AND RUSSELL HUGH MCQUAIN AT AGE 13. GLENVILLE'S FINEST YOUNG MEN PREPARING TO GO OUT FOR AN EVENING OF FUN : EARL "RUSTY" STALNAKER (L-R), BILL LUZADER AND RUSS MCQUAIN -!!!!i!i!i! :::::::::::.. .............. ..... i;::ii::i:i:i:i:i::i;iii!!::iii: .....,........... ;i:i:L i il )! 00ii;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiii00iiiii000000 i:iiii i i : iiii:i:i [i !iiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiii !i: ................................................ :; ..... i :i?i:i;i:!:iiiiiiiii:i:i:i:!:i:iIi:!:!?ii :ii! 'iiiii00: ::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::: - iiiiii ::iii:i.iiiiil iiiili iiii[ RUSS, PICTURED 1ST ROW FOURTH FROM THE LEFT (IN WHITE T-SHIRT), POSES WITH HIS SHIPMATES ON BOARD A MINESWEEPER DURING WORLD WAR II. THEY EVEN TOOK PETS ON BOARD TO MAKE IT MORE LIKE HOME.