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I f ) Page 2B -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder --- Thursday, Aug. 26, 2004 ANDY LAIBLE AND JULIA JAMES Wedding set for September 4 The families of Andreas "Andy"JuliaisthedaughterofJeffreyJames/ Laible and Julia Lajorja James of of Ripley and Janet Hodge of Glenville, are pleased to announce Smith~ille; and the granddaughter of the couple's engagement and forth- Spencer and the late Betty Hamric, coming wedding, and Jim and Mona James, all of Andy, formerly of Urloffen, Ger- Glenville. many, is the son of Hans Laible and A 1999 graduate of Ritchie County Ursula Haferkamp of Urloffen. He is High School, Julia is currently a se- the grandson of Hilde and the late nior business major at Glenville State Walter Gutsch of Rammingen, Ger- College. many; and Hans Laible, Sr., and the The gracious custom of an open late Katharina Laible of Langenau, church wedding will be observed Sat- Germany. urday, September 4, 2004, at 4 pm, at A 2003 B.A. graduate of Glenville the First Baptist Church, Glenville, State College, Andy is pursuing a withareceptiontofollowinthechurch career in marketing, fellowship hall. Fctm/y RemLrt/sce -- The Mur Family Reunion Those people who attended the an- Sharon and Richard Bailey, Joanna. nual Murphy Reunion in Aug., 2004 Derek and Daniel Minney; held at the Cedar Creek Park are as Cheyeana Byrd, and Mikayla tbllows: Donald Lewis Murphy, Ri- Griggs, Kassie Clevenger; chard G. and Esther Abce Murphy, ClozettaFerraria, andspecialguests James (Jim) and Johann Murphy:were Phyllis Marks and her dog, Maxine and Bud Spaur. Erma andHannah; Phyllis sang a reunion song. Harry Heater, Doug Heater, Cindy, All presented Maxine Spaur with a .~,~d Ryan Hurst, Haynes and Judy Happy Retirement card. Huddleston: Everything was perfect, the Elizabeth Greenlief, Sue Byrd,weather, foodandassociation,"we've Geraldine Taylor, and David Taylor, commendeveryoneforparticipating, Anna Jean (Murphy) Allen, Clora "Tillnexttime,"saidAnnaJeanAllen Murphy, Carolyn Lowther, Dustin, in conclusion. Lee, Ashley, and Damain Wolf; Golden Anniversary Celebration) aldi.eM -ks462_7477 Visitors Are Missed JOHN AND DONZELLA VILLERS 50th Wedding Commemorated The children and grandchildren of Parkersburg News. Donzella retired John and Donzella Villers will honor after 18 years with Hardman's Home their parents on their 50th Wedding Center in 1993. They have been ac- Anniversary, Saturday, Sept. 4, 2004 tive in church and other community from 1:30 to 3:30 pm. An open house organizations. will be held at the Gilmer County Theyhavetwodaughters, Mrs. Neal SeniorCenter, locatedat720N.Lewis (Rebecca) Sprouse and Mrs. Wayne Street,Glenville at the Junction of Rt. (Martha) Clutter and one son, J. Mark 5 and 33/119. Villers and his wife Stacey. Their five The Villers were marrieds Sept. 4, grandchildren are Mitchell and Molly 1954 in Weston with Rev. James Hicks, Billy and Brian Sprouse, and Wilson officiating.They have resided Dakota Ellyson. in Gilmer County since December All of their friends and family are 26,1958. John was employed as a cordially invited to attend this eel- meat cutter for A&P Tea Co. for 25 ebration. No gifts please, but cards years, retiring in 1978. He then deliv- are welcome. ered newspapers until 1991 for The To believe in something not yet proved and to underwrite it with our lives; it is the only way we can leave the future open. --Lillian Smith Twin Set $2S9 Full Set $369 King Set $549 Queen Set $399 SARAH CATHERINE DAVIS Davises Announce Addition Wes and Stacy Davis of Stanley, NC are proud to announce the birth of their second child, Sarah Catherine. Sarah was born on July 23,2004 at Gaston Memorial Hospital in Gastonia, NC. Sarah weighed 10 pounds 3 ounces and was 21 3/4 inches long. She was welcomed home by her five-year- old brother, Jacob. Maternal grandparents are John R. and Donna K. Brannon of Normantown. Maternal Great Grand- mother is Irene L. Brannon of t Twin Set $399 CedarviUe. Paternal grandparents are Paul C. and Wilma J. Davis of Sutton. Full Set $449 King Set $699 Queen Set $499 6Senior Corner ;0TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY: Grandpa and Grandma Marks Victory Assembly of This interesting picture was sent to could help Leslie drive back to Utah. me by a special reader of mine, Vir- Leslie and the kids spent about six ginia Davis of Weston. Virginia does weeks visiting in WV. We will miss lots of genealogy research. Recently them! the Victory Assembly of God Church Son Danny and wife Melinda_ completed a big beautiful church in Marks met daughter Jo Ann and hus Weston.The church first started meet- band Mike at Seneca Rocks last Sun- ing in Shadybrook in 1938. Virginia day and had a picnic. Danny picked attended Bible school at this church up Amanda, Andrew, and Austin, when she was growing up in whohadspentaweekvisitingdaugh- Shadybrook. ters Jo Ann and Marina and me. Although Virginia no longerattends Andrew, Amanda, and Austin got the Victory Church, she helped put alot of special attention from us and together a history of the church. She really enjoyed their visit. We en- found several interesting old pictures joyed their visit and are missing them. that had connections to the early his- While the kids were visiting us. tory of the church. Danny and Melinda went to an Allys- The Victory Assembly of God had Chalmers Tractor meet in NY. They its beginning in Gilmer County at Dusk enjoyed their trip. Camp, Copen, Bealls Mills, Mud Lick Grandson Ben Stewart is visiting and Sand Fork before moving to his sisterSherryinBeckl.ey. Son-in- Shadybrook in 1938. law Roger is in PA taking training in Virginia found a small picture of connectionwithhisConsolidatedGas Grandpa and Grandma Marks, had it Co.job. Marinaiscleaninghouse;it's enlarged but failed to identify them. time to start back to her teachers aid Virginia sent the picture to me and I school job. also wondered who they were and My green beans and tomatoes hope some of my readers might iden- surely have produced well this sum- tify them. Ralph's father, Richard mer. I've canned more than I need, Marks, always said the Sand Fork but they were so nice. Marks were relatives of his. I remember helping Mom can I'm sure son Tim and wife Debbie beans. We canned them in half gallon are a little lonely this week. LastMon- jars and broke the beans at every day, their daughter Leslie, husband bean so more bean. would fit into the Caleb and grandchildren, Bradley and jars. I probably canned beans in half twins Luke and Emily, left for their gallon jars for35ormoreyears. Now long drive home to Utah. They had I can beans in quart jars and don't fill rigged up aTV sothe kids could watch them completely full videos on their long trip home. Gary, Carolynn and Colton Caleb is in the Air Force and is KiwaskiarebackhomeinCalif.They stationed at Hill Air Force Base in spent a busy two week vacation at Utah. He rode a Greyhound bus two their Cub Fork home. They finally days and two nights to get home so he got their septic system installed. Gilmer Students Attend Academy) GILMER'S YOUNG DEMOCRATS: Alexandria Lay, Brock McVaney, Stephanie Alfred and Richard Ratliff Young Democrats go to Camp Recently, Auditor Glen B. Gainer, only get out and vote when they are III spoke to the Democratic Youth eligible, but to work hard to get others Leadership Academy at Camp Tate in out to vote as well. He told them that Kanawha County. their voices matter. Gainer, now in his third term, spoke Auditor Gainer took questions from about the importance of voting and the audience. These students received what it will take to make a difference detailed answers on a one-on--one in the lives of these young men and basis with one of the highest elected women. He encouraged them to not officials in West Virginia. Activities: Twin Set $499 Sept. !, 2004 Choir l.'OO pm Full Set $;549 Set Back King Set $799 Sept. 2, 2004 Crochet Class, ~ 10:00 am, Set Back Queen Set $599 Sept. 3, 2004 Fun Bingo ,: Sept. 6, 2004 Senior Center Closed ' Menu: Prescribed for a healthy night's sleep. Aug. 26 - Covered Dish Aug. 27- Chicken Patty Sandwich, Sauerkraut, Salad. Spicy Potato Wedges, Cookie Aug. 30 - Hamburger Steak, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Carrots, w/ w Bread, Fruit Aug. 31 - Spaghetti, Cole Slaw, Hot Roll, Cake Sept. 1- Baked Beans, Wieners, Combread, Salad, Fruit, w/w Bread COMING AUG. 27TH & AUG. 28TH i iii!i! ii !i i iili iii Top40 SAT. s6 Charge --- LADIES' NIGHT "- Now on Wednesday Nights - Buy one - Get one Free, Ladies only!