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September 5, 1975

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The Gienville Democrat/PathfinderSeptember 4. 1975 il and Gas Festival to be held in $istersville Along the banks of the Ohio River. stied between rolling mountains in a eluded valley is Sistersville, West rginia. Sistersville, a booming oil town of 1900's once had so many riverboats mg its shore that one could easily boat top to boat top without tting their feet wet. Presently, the town is quiet, and one n see the relics of this booming oil until it comes alive with fervor the Seventh Annual West rginia Oil and Gas Festival this ptember 11-14. Awards will be given for art and displays, and an'old photo ntest. The highlight of the festival is the West Virginia Wrist-Wrestling Championship. and, both men and women can enter. Exhibits of antique cars, gas and oil engines,and the Grand Oil and Gas Parade, which consists of numerous floats entered by gas and oil companies are featured, along with stamp and coin collections. This year the West Virginia Oil and Gas Festival has been selected as an approved Bicentennial event. Every evening during the festival the Bicentennial Hot Air Ballon will float over Sistersville. All events are within walking distance and free parking will be available. IIIII III II - WANTS YOU - Learn a Skill- Day Courses Are Free. We Will Help You Find A Job - Free. What Does it Cost You? 3 Hours Per Day Your Desire To Learn Your Local High School Principal Soon The Rev. Jay Slater officiated at the double ring, candlelight wedding uniting in marriage Miss Jacquelyn Sue Smith formerly of Canton, Ohio and David Lee Marks at First Baptist Church on August 2. Parent of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Smith of Canton. The groom's parents are Mrs. Russell Williams of Glenville and Mr. Les Marks of Letter Gap. Given in marriage by her parents and escorted to the altar by her father the bride wore a full length gown of white dotted swiss organza over taffeta. The bodice was designed with a V-neckline outlined with a wide ruffle of lace. The long tapered sleeves were trimmed with a ruffle of lace. The long flowing skirt fell from an empire waistline that was sashed and tied with a bow in the back. Her headpiece was fashioned of white organza and sprinkled with seed pearls from which fell her elbow length veil of silk illusion. She carried a spray of white and purple carnations and baby's breath. The bride wore her mother's own "weddi~ pearls symbolizing something old and borrowed. Stephanie Slatzer of Canton was maid of honor, wearing a floor length dress of pale yellow knit polyester with a scoop neckline, and a C!~le of white daisies around the empire bodice. She wore a matching yellow starched lace picture hat and carried a bouquet of yellow and burnt orange sweetheart roses. The bride's sister Lori was flowergirl wearing an ankle length dress of sheer polyester with yellow and blue daisies, and wore a yellow ribbon in her ahir. She carried a white lace basket filled with red rose petals. ]eft Smith of Canton served as best man: Ushers were Scott, Charles, and Mark Smith all of Canton. Mike Barnhouse organist, played contemporary and traditional music. The reception was held at the Conrad Hotel banquet room. Mrs. Marks is a 1971 graduate;of Canton Lincoln High School and is employed at Cove Motors in Sand Fork. Mr. Marks attended Canton Timken Vocational High School and plans to attend Gilmer Calhoun Career Center this fall. After a brief trip to Pennsylvania the couple are residing in Gelnville. Moving? Please send us beth ~d and new addresses so that we may make your subscription chanlle ~,~ithout delay. VAZQUEZ MEDICAL CORPORATION Announces the Association of DR. TERESA D'ORAZIO BATES For the practice of Family Medicine Beginning August 12 Hours By Appointment - Phone 354-6114 ,,,,,,,,, m IMI Hours 10-9 Daily 12-6 Sunday Back To-School Layaway 24.95 Rt. 33 West Second Street Weston, WV FOR WOMEN PANT COATS... fabulous with all your sport clothes. Choose from plush, calco, heat suede, acrylic & wool plaids, seal, vinyls, buck.o-suede and melton. Sizes 5 to 15, 10 to 20 & 14 to 24 to 44.95 REGULAR LENGTH COATS in buck -suede, plaid acrylics, seal & oxford with zip out lining. Sizes 8 to 18 & 16 to 24 29.95 FOR GIRLS REGULAR LENGTH COATS, all machine washable in acrylic pile, suede & acrylic plaids. Sizes 3 to 6X 15.95 to 21.95 Sizes 7 to 14 19.95 to 24.95 JACKETS, all machine washable in quilted nylon or plush pile, all wit.h hoods. Sizes 4 to 6X 12.95 to 15.95 Sizes 7 to 14 15.95 to 19.95 ,,, ,,, 7 t P Mr, and Mrs. Gary L. Cotton Miss Tina LuVayne Haney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bantz Collins of Glenville, became the bride of Gary Lee Cotton. son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Cotton of Point Pleasant. in a donble-rin8 ceremony. August 2 at 2:30 p.m.. in the Wesley Foundation Chapel. Glenvflle. Rev. Jay E. Slatar, pastor of the First Baptist Church, united the couple. The bride was given in marriage by her parents and escorted to the altar by her father. She worn a full length champaigne colored gown and fingertip veil. Mrs. Larry Grzyb, Montgomery, was matron of honor, and Michael Anderson, Glenville. Delved. M best man. The ushers were Keith Bragg and John Perkins. The mothers of both the bride and groom were attired in full length gowns and wore corsages of baby orchids. Prior to the services, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Barnhonsa..organist and Your Home Storm Doors, alurrknum or white finish with Safety Glass Storm Windows, aluminum or white finish. Awnings, eight colors, amy size FREE ESTIMATES MADE AT YOUR HOME Call or Write ARLIE AYERS 354-7538 or KENNETH WHIPKEY 354-6990 Grantsville, WV " - I I II II - " soloist, res program of traditional sister of the guests. Immediately a in charge, was of the Wesley Stalnaker served Doug served the punch. Miss Pearl MoorS reception. The groom's rehearsal dinner Aug. 1. A private the wedding at home. Food was these events by manager of food State College. Out of town Mrs. Ronald and Mrs. Cecil Ms. Mildred and Mrs. Harold Mr. and Mrs. D.J, Mark. and Mike Danny Wilson, Mrs. Ronnie Misses Houston, Charleston Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Austin Cotton, Cotton, Chris City. 0.: Mr. and St. Albans; burg, Va.: Larry and Mrs. Keith The bride recent graduates College. The gr employed as a Restaurant Cotton are bury Court, Apt. 1 PUBLIC SALE 527 PINE ST. SOUTH-SIDE GRANTSVlL WV FOLLOW SIGNS RESIDENCE JOHN STEVENS SATU-gDAY, SEPT. 6,=STARTING 1 ~.'.. ANTIQUES AND COIJJ l'OCS China'Cabinets (square oak with 219 :" Pepper Shakers.. Rocker, Desk Telephone, Gold Ore, Book Case, Bar (made Tobacco Cutter. Store Scales (over 100 yrS, 0x Yoke, {nice}, Brass Kettle, Cow & Donahue Crock, Donahue Jars, Bottles Beam. Medicine, Avon, Milk, Perfume). Insulators. Old Dated Jars. Daisy Churn, Co. Jar, Razors, Stem Dishes, Spoon Bowls, 3 pc. Butter Dish, Cake Stands. Sets, Glassware ub. Cobalt, Cut. Fenton, Carmv al, Camphor. Milk, skillet, .Cast Alum. Tea Kettle, Arbu Coupons. Quilt Tops, Sun Bonnet. Flat Combs. Lot Tools. Corn Planter and Doll Bed, Curry Comb and Brush. Kerosel Wood BOXes, Gas Light. Fixtures. Leat Saw. Old Brass and Lead. Lot Other Items To Mention. TERMS: CASH NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR Accll] LUNCH WIIJL BE SERtq AUCTIONEER: FJ) l OWNER: VIRGINIA