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10 The GlenvOle Democrat/Pathfinder September 2, 1976 Molloh0000L-Whiting wedding Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Whiting of Glenvflle, announce the marriage on Saturday. August 7, of their daughter, Barbara Andrevena, and Alan Bowlby Mollohan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Mollohan of Fairmont. The ceremony was performed by the Roy. Charles L. Currie of Wheeling; and assisted by the Reverends James Johnson and Richard E Nathan Of Felrmont, at the First Baptist Church. Music was provided by Mrs. Trish Bamhouse, soloist, and Michael Barnhouse. organist. Mary Bland Whiting of Point Pleasant, W. Va. was maid of honor for her sister. The bridesmaids were Mrs. Mary Alice Fullerton of Virginia Beach, Va.; Mrs. Sue Ann Niqhols of Collage Park, Md.; Mrs. Anita Lohtes of banoke. Va.; Miss Susan Proett of Wheeling: and Miss Debra Moats of Washington, D.C. Shannon Plum of Paden City, W. Va.; was the flower 81rl. Robert Holt Mollohan was his brother's best man, and ushers were John M. Burke of St. Petersburg, Fla.: John F. Strader of Lewisburg, W. Va.; John Carpenter of Fairmont, Nelson M. Gilmer of Aberdeen, Md.: and Richard D, Moats, of Washington, D.C. Scott Huggins of Williamstown, was the ring bearer. A reception was held following the ceremony at the Pioneer Center Ballroom at Glenville State College. A graduate of Glenville High School, the bride attended Glenville State College and graduated from West Virginia University. Prior to her marriage she was employed by the Ohio County Board of Education as a speech and hearing clinician. Her husband is a graduate of the College of William and Mary and West Virginia University College of Law. He is associated with the law firm of Rose, Schmidt, and Dixon. ii i MONEY MArI'ER We're interested in your money matters. If you need cash to pay medical bills or repay old debts, visit our loan department. A bank loan has low interest rates and easy to repay installments. Kana00 ha Union Ba,'00l00 Glenville West Virginia Airman Nina K. Clites C00tes reassigned to Chanute Airman Nina K. Clites, daughter of Mrs. Joyce W. O'Shea of 23 Altacrest Drive, Greenville, S.C., has' been assigned to Chanute AFB, Ill., after completing Air Force basic training. During the six weeks training at Lackland AFB, Tex., the airman studied the ,% Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special instruction in human relations. Airman Clites will now receive specialized training in the aircraft equipment maintenance field. The airman is a 1975 graduate of Southside High School. Her father, Roger M. Clites, resides at 907-(: Walnut St., Glenville, W.Va. ONE TO SUIT EVERYBODY'S NEED Holly Park Windsor Norris Freedom Double-Wide Homes BEST SERVICE MOVE AND SET UP OPEN 6 DAYS AWEEK SUNDAY 1-5 BELKNAP !IMOBILE HOMES. INC. Phone 364-5608 Rt. 4 lust off 1-79 Take Gassaay-Sutton Exits Toward Gassaway Gassaway WV Opposite Braxton County Armory I low...Bulo/a , ,ccutron Time the. price. ordinary tram Instead of an ordinary watch, you can now have a Bulova Accutron watch for an ordinary price. Starting at only $75, So instead of ordinary time, you get proven, time-tested electronic accuracy24 hours a day--without ever winding. And Bulova Accutron time comes in all kinds of shapes and styles, So there's plenty to choose from. Come in now and see the full selection. Never before could you have such a good time for such a good price. NOW FROM $75. - 1ilU if// :/ :t::::: I :'": i I::::L 0. l!i!;;ililiiil ,,,..:.:. L Bay/date model in stainless steel with blue dial. $I. |. Golden.hued rectangle frames a champagne dial, $0s. C. Oebonair dress watch wit textured silvertone case. SIlS. O. Smartly styled in textured silver or goldtone finish, $125. E. Impressive way to tell date and day Staiflless-"P-, steel. $10. f. Impressive way to tell time and date. Stainless steel bracelet. SlSS. Caplan's Jeer, dry Store Main Ave. Weston WV Complete Diamond Specialists Bank Americard Master Charge / State official connnents on college voters The following is a statement recently issued by West Virginia Secretary of State lames McCartney concerning voter registration of college students. "I would like to remind all collage students that you may register to vote in the county where you attend college, if you in good faith make the community where you attend college your home. This means establishing a residence there with the intent to remain there indefinitely. The intent to remain indefinitely doesn't mean you plan to stay forever, but merely that you have no present intent to abandon the home which you have established in your college community." '..::::::.'..:::: By Thelma Shacldeford Mrs. Jean Langford and Jeff from Painesville. Ohio have been visiting Rema Burton. Mrs. Burton went home with the Langford's for a visit. We are sorry to hear of the death of Ronald Workman of Sistersville. We extend our sympathy to his wife Myrtle Cox Workman and daughter Carol, also to Mr. and Mrs. Charley Cox of Coxs Mills. Page Ware has been a patient in the Camden Clark Hospital where he underwent surgery. He is doing very well. Some of the young people of the community have started back to Glenville State College. They are Barbara Burkhammer, Debbie Heaters and Neal Ware. Thelma Shackleford, Toots and Barbara Shackleford were in Parkers- burg recently to visit Vilma Chlders who was a patient in the Camden Clark Hospital. She is home now and much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Maynard of West Salem, Ohio have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Burl Simmons and Toots Shacldeford of Coxs Mills. 4 ....::::....::..:: By Hazel Flint Visiting at Hazel Flint's over the weekend were Zona Bush and Hinter and Kaye Bush of Baltimore and Sue Osborn of Linn,,also Lea Lowther of Ohio, Charles Collins from Fombell, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Riffle and children from Lewisburg, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Vilbond and family from Aliquippa, Pa. Hazel Flint just returned from the hospital at Weston Wednesday. She's not getting along too well. ]HEMALDA 808 1600 291mpress00 Standard Features for on000095 Jim Wegmann, Inc. your authorized Volkswagen-Volvo-Mazda Dealer 1710 - 14th St. Parkemburg, W. Va. 485-5451 II II1[ HEARING TEST SET FOR GLENVILLE W. VIRGINIA EIm:tronic heari$ test will be ivon at the Conrad Hotel in GJenviJJe each third Wednesdiy of the month from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. by Mr. Kemper Hyre, Certified Hearing Ad AudtoloAist. BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICE 442-B. W. Pike St. Clarksburg, W.Va. 26301 II I Cathy Zinn, Hugh Mr. and Mrs. Cathy Ann Zinn and Hugh Cline Alltop were married Aug. 1 at 1:30 p.m. at the Upper Steer Run Baptist Church of Normantown. Elder Charles Fisher performed the ceremony. The bride, a 1976 graduate of Peunsboro High School, is the daughter of Mrs. Juanita Zinn of Pullman. The groom is the son of Elder and Mrs. Harlen C. Alltop of Normantown. He 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 bride wore a white nylon eyelet floor length dress with a slim waistline and tiny buttons. Her head piece and veil were trimmed with rhinestones; Sthis belonged to her sister. She carried a bouquet of red roses accented with a white lace ribbon. Serving as Matron of Honor for her sister was Mrs. Donna Clemmons of Bolivia, North Carolina. She wore a green floral decorated gown and a green flop hat. Her bouquet consisted of yellow and pink pore pores. Serving as best man for his brother was Roy Alltop. Hugh C. Nelda They also dresses trimmed in carried white pore pianist for Haynes, a registered A wedding in cafeteria. cake decorated groom, LaGrange, reception groom. Mrs. Beall. Mrs. was an aunt 7.1nn. The Ruth Reed. The bridS midi skirt blouse as trip to SeneCa! residing at I Pennsboro. by Neda Alltop New neighbors in this area are some newlyweds, Tim and Debbie Marks. They now live where the Lyle Collins family lived on Steer Run. Tim is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Marks, Debbie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Steele. Shells Reed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Reed of LaGrange, Ohio, is spending two weeks with the Harlen Alltop family and her grandmother, Mrs. Tisha Kuhl, of Cedarville. The Scott Reed family reunion will be held at the Cedar Creek State Park Sunday, Sept. 5 beginning at noon. A bridal shower was given Saturday night, Aug. 21, for Debbie Steele by her mother, Mrs. Jean Steele. A housewarming party was given for the Nail Stehiaker family Monday night, Aug. Gerwig. Jeans, visited in Prince Chad Curry, a few dayS. Carol with Mrs. visit Mrs. John Upland, James Mrs. MaudS Mrs. Jason and relatives in By The News Bird Miss Maybell Ruppert from Ohio has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Marie Lowther and her family. Mrs. Nellie Barbara had a reunion of her family on Little Cove last Sunday. Mr. Criss Roe has returned to Fairmont State College for his second year in school there. One hundred twenty five friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Russel Radcliff came to the social room of the Mt. Earnest Church last Sundy in celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary. Karen and Dave Roe, grand- children of Mr. and Mrs. Theron Roe of Taylor, visited the Mr. Sharon of parents the Monday Mr. of Oakland, Mrs. Homer former Mr. Illinois West UniOn guests of Mr. Be a real must be vote in the FOR REAL $ $ 0 JAMES DE "'WE'RE ON THE GRANTSVILLE