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8 The Glenvme Democrat/ Pathfinder F" f, ,i- ...... September 15, 1917 Mrs. Thomas C. Morris, Jr. CIFFORD'S TEXACO Tune Up's 8-9 Week Days Sun. 12 7 pm. Grease Jobs Rt. 47 East of Burnt House Ph. 349-2996 Tire Service Groceries II I I II I II IIIIIII I ANNUAL Morris-Gordon wed in Cameron The United Methodist Church of Cameron was the setting for the wedding August 14 at 7:30 p.m. of Rise Ann Gordon of Hundred and Thomas C. Morris, Jr., of Cameron: The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Gordon of Hundred. Parents of the groom are Mrs. Levon Morris and the late Mr. Morris. of Cameron. The double-ring ceremony was performed by the Reverend Lynn Wilbur. minister of the Cameron United Methodist Church. Traditional wedding music was played on the organ by Mrs. Sue Postlethwait. Vicki Galusky sang three special selections including the Lord's Prayer and was accompanied by Linda Streets on the piano. Both pianist and solist were from Masontown. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father, and given in marriage by her father and mother. The bride was attired in a white peau bridal satin gown designed and made by her grandmother, Mrs. Thelma Radcliff. of Troy. It was identical to her mother's wedding gown, which was also made by her. The gown was full length and featured a full flounce at the bottom and a fitted tucked section from the flounce to the top section. The top and fitted sleeves were done in galloon lace with a high neckline and Peter Pan Collar. the sleeves ended in points over the hands. The dress also featured a double peplum in the back. Her headpiece was a crown of white lace bandedwith seed pearls. Her veil of tulle was edged in wide scalloped embroidered lace and ended in a extra long chapel train. She carried a cascading bouquet of yellow roses and streamers tied in love knots. Mrs. Becky Wright of Fairmont. served as matron of honor. She was attired in a rose colored floor length gown of re-embroidered organza, and featured a scooped neckline, fitted bodice, puffed sleeves, and full skirt. Bridesmaids ware Miss Leisa Jan Gordon, sister of the bride, of Hundred, Holly Cunningham, and Lu Ann Lemmons of Cameron. Junior bridesmaids were Tanya Gray, niece of the groom, of Cameron and Daffony Smith of Masontown. All bridesmaids wore gowns in pastel colors like the maid of honor. They each carried long stemmed carnations. Miss Betsy Tennant of Pine Grove was flower girl. dressed in white re-embroidered organza, and carried a basket of daisies and white petals. Ring bearers were Mike Mason of Cameron and Chris Brandon, of Moundsville. FORD ,, PUNT, PASS & KICK COMPETITION Sunday, Sept. 25 ! :00 p.m. Sign up now at GLENVILLE FORD SALES Don't forget to bring your birth certificates 3 Trophies for each age group Six age groups 8-13 Participants will be grouped according to their age as of Dec. 31, 1977 TENNIS SHOES ONLY-'- .Sponsored by GLENVILLE JAYCEES Train bearer was Daniel Bennett of Troy. formerly of Germany. cousin of the bride. Best man was Dave Estel of Cameron. Ushers were Kevin Morris, brother of the groom, Mark Fletcher. of Cameron and Mark Brandon of Moundsville. Mrs. Linda Gray. sister of the groom, registered the guests. The mother of the bride wore a long coral gown and matching jacket. with silver accessories, and corsage of white carnations. The groom's mother wore a full-length green gown. with yellow accessories and a corsage of yellow carnations. A reception was held in the church basement. The bride's table featured a four tiered wedding cake made by Mrs. Betty Burley of Cameron. which was decorated in yellow and white roses and green leaves, and topped with a minature bride and groom, Serving at the table were Mrs. Mary Ruth Seese. Mrs. Nancy Reynolds, Mrs. Betty Burley, Mrs. David Evans of Cameron and Ms. Betty Lemaster of Pine Grove. Both bride and groom are graduates of Cameron High School. The bride was chosen to Who's Who in American High Schools and Colleges and also the Society of Distinguished High School Students. In College she was a member of the Sigma Kappa Sorority. Mrs. Morris is now receptionist for Dr. Robert Durig, Optometrist of Moundsville, W.Va. Mr. Morris is an employee of the Consolidated Coal Company. The couple will be at home at Peabody Trailer Court, Glendale, W.Va. Miss Gordon, formerly of Gilmer County, is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stacy B. Radcliff of Troy and Mr. and Mrs. R.D. Gordon of Newberne, W.Va. Those attending the wedding from Gilmer County were: Mrs. Thelma Radcliff of Troy: Mr. and Mrs. R.D. Gordon of Newberne: Mr. Damon West of Troy: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Abrams, Mrs. Jack Whiting and John of Glenville: Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bennett and Daniel of Troy and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bennett and family of Troy. Dowel/holds recognition Clothing allowance for Veterans Annual clothing allowance checks for $190 will be mailed by September 1, to eligible service-disabled veterans in West Virginia the Veterans Admini- stration said today. VA Regional Director Sam A. Tiano said that veterans who are compensated for service-connected disabilities requiring use of prosthetic or orthopedic appliances, receive the allowance. Appliances include art- ificial limbs, braces and wheelchairs which the VA determines cause undue wear and tear on clothing. Veterans on VA dmm,,. > / DOWELL AWARDS DINNER-Seated [1 Bueher, Gary T. Ellyson, Harold Marks, Standing [1 to r]: Terry Bee, Delano Taylor, Bill Frison, Dave Miller, Arden Curry. During an awards dinner held June 30 at the Caravan Restaurant in Weston, seven employees of Dowell. Glenv]lle District, were presented with pins denoting years of service with the company. Following a social hour and dinner, awards were presented by Bill Frison, Dowell Regional Operations Manager-Columbus Region. Th following: Fay Bucher,  and Gary T. Ellyson, Arden Curry, Jerry Taylor and Terry Bee, years service. Dave Miller, Manager, and Jack District Service attended the recognifl Mental Health fund drive planned in county The Mental Health Association is a nationwide organization dedicated to improving and expanding care and treatment for the mentally ill and handicapped. Volunteers provide help to carry out extensive public education programs. Research into the causes of mental illness is another important volunteer supported activity, the Association says. "Mental illness effects one out of ten people." states Mrs. Jen Burford, Chairperson of the Fund Raising Campaign for the Mental Health Association in West Virginia. One of. the primary goals of the group, according to information provided by the Association, is to see that people are served in their own community when they need help. This month a neighbor will be coming to your door to ask for a contribution for the mentally ill and emotional disturbed, announcement from the Association in West According to SaY Chairperson Goldie following individuals be collecting fo the the last two weeks Charleen Snvder. Sorority. Glenville: makers Club. Camden Flats: Smith and the Sand Fellowship. Sand Sand Fork to Hays Mineral Road: and Cedar Creek. Other cover additional All proceeds will benefit the Association in voluntary citizen's quartered in Ch "Chessie the kitten" story V.C. Hathaway of Howard Street in Glenville dropped by the office last week with a page from a 1930's magazine advertising Chesapeake and Ohio Railroads Lines. The advertisement, featuring a drawing of three partially sleeping kittens is addressed to "Chessie, the Chesapeake and Ohio kitten." It says, in part, :'A year ago we compensation found you, a lonely kitten looking for a rolls receive the allowance automat- home. You found one, and we found a "We're going to ically each year after initial friend, with the two little application. However. military retirees "When we published your picture, 1935 calendar, knowi net receiving VA compensation for a lot of folks said: 'Who ever heard of won't be enough to go their disabilities must apply each year using a gel darned cat to advertise a So therein lies the.S railroad!' kitten emblem whiC) waiveMilitarYanyretireeSportion areof theirnt "But you told 'era, Chessie! Kids Chesapeake and ohio retirement pay to receive the clothing wouldn t go to bed unless you were years. allowance. Rotary sponsoring student Charles A: Julian, a 1976 Magna Education as Lihrari ky T Cum Laude graduate of Glenville State Junior High School. RO( op College, is currently studng Librar- While in EnglaV ianship and Information Science at the as an "ambassador INN graduate level at the University of addition to his at the top of the Normantown hill will be open from 10 a.m. until midnight or 2 p.m. Sheffield in England. Julian was recommended for a Rotary Foundation Fellowship Award by the GlenviUe Rotary Club which is jointly sponsoring his endeavor along with Rotary International District 753. He was employed the past year by the Marshall County Board of near. Families called dinner table ar that was your tail pillow. Overnight. you Kitten of the Hour." The advertiseme# that the kitten has the railroad's "For all of that, grateful. And so are Sleep Like a IQtte. AUCTION MR. AND MRS. FRED DAVIDSON MOUTH OF SINKING CREEK AT THE PICNIC SHELTER OCTOBER 1, 1977 AT 11 a.m. ,k 4t  -k  1-5 foot cutter bar, hillside plow, cultivator and scoop, 3hp Sears water pump-like new and 1V4" plastic pipe, garden tools, hoes and shovels, etc., 5 copper pipes, 1 in. and 1 in. by 24 ft. long, 1 motorcycle fire, 3 Goodyear radial fires 13in., 1 6:50-700 ruff tread 13 in., 2 G78 15 straight tread, 1 mail box, 1 pitcher pump, 1 antique chest, 2 stands, 1 antique day bed, I dresser, 1 cot, chairs of all kinds and 4 oak chairs-good shape, antique dishes-bowls, plates, cups etc., pie plates, 4 windows, sewing machine, picture frame-antique, electric wire, ironing board, glider and two chairs, birch log gas heating stove. Other items to numerous to mention. CLARK  [AVCT[OER] FOOD WILL BE SERVED NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDEN1 CASH SALE "ambassador" role be other Rotary ClubS members concernin Virginia. MRS. Mrs. Robert Brooklyn home after a Charleston Area General Division. Madge has arthritis for some Charleston for surgery. Her son, getting along pretty Call 462-7309 to S18,: NO Consider a vate Weekend tend our 3 ident Training. CLAfll