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September 20, 1979     The Glenville Democrat
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News Hacker--Minigh engagement announced Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hacker, Jr. two Our thoughts go out to our of Cedarville wish to announce two members who are unable to the engagement and forthcom- and Come to our meetings. They ing marriage of their daughter, are Mrs. Gladys Reed and Mrs. Pamela Jean, to Paul W. new Mary Brown. We hope they are Minigh, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. ap. feeling better. Paul W. Minigh of Glenville. Also, Linda Jones who is go- Pam is a 1977 graduate of ing to college and cannot be Gilmer County High School With us. and is presently pursuing an Delicious refreshments of elementary degree at Glenville apple pie and cool whip were State College. served. A good time was en- Paul is a 1972 graduate of joyed by all. Gilmer County High School On Sunday September 9, and a 1976 graduate of Glen- two brothers and a sister of ville State College. Charlie Johnson, met at his The wedding is set for Oc- home to see their oldest tober6and the custom of open brother, Burke Johnson of church will be observed. The g Sebring, Florida. Burke had not marriage will be performed in been back to West Virginia for the Cedar Creek Baptist several years. He formerly liv- Church. ed in Summersville. Those visiting: Guests of honor, Mr. MS, McHenry is on and Mrs Burke Johnson, Sebr- ing, Florida; Brothers, Mr. and 'Y Mrs. Max Johnson, St. Albans third runner-up in pageant and Maurice Johnson, Spencer; Sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Melody McHenry of Sand Winifred Frame (Anna Ruth), Fork, age 18, and a graduate of Summersville; and Charlie and Gilmer County High School Lillian Johnson and their sons with the class of 1979, was and families, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. named third runner-up in the rp Johnson and Lisa and Mr. and Miss United Teenager Pageant Mrs. James Johnson, Jimmy, held at Davis and Elkins Col- Jeff and Jamie. lege, Elkins, on July 20-22. Farm CORRECTION Ms. McHenry, a freshman at Glenville State College, was one of 43 contestants judged on beauty, poise and per- In last week's story about sonality. and the Feeder Calf Workshop, we She is the daughter of Lynn stated that Nelson Garrett was B. McHenry of' Sand Fork, the only individual entered in Melody is the granddaughter of the 21 and over category. Mr. of Glenn McHenry, also of Garrett was not the only Sand Fork. member entered in that category; he was the first- place winner. CEDARVILLE NEWS Braxton BookStore6. Rsalea Huff man' J Ann and Katrina Jo Woodyard and i1"P"rlent and Supplies Rena Griffith were to 380 G Clarksburg shopping and Rena ,~ aSSaway, W Va 26624 was to the eye doctor. 304364-8186 " Mrs. Eva Stoneking is visiting Mrs. Mary Furr of Let- Weekly Delivery ter Gap for a week. Wilma Conrad is a patient in the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital for tests t Vora, Pediatrician Only to pediatrk=, 17 years age.) his new office at Dr. Grantsvie. -- 10 a.m.--2 p.m. "" 1 to 5 p.m. (304) 354-7818 SUNCRAFT'S & BAKERY 429 S. Lewis St. Glenville, WV Phone 462.7161 AY, SEPT. 24 buds shine with our and cheese stuffed Sale, original Italian cilian pizza and lots flour, no chemicals or s limited due to renova- out temporarily. GlenvUle ton -- and observation: Mr. and Mrs. Plarlan Huff- man and George Greenlief transported Charles Greenlief to Akron, Ohio for a visit. Helen Smith moved recently from Level Run to Cedarville community. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher and Mike over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sumpter of Weston. Several neighbors and friends helped Mrs. Eva Stoneking celebrate her 82nd birthday. Those present for cake and ice cream were: Lue Ann Smith, Fannie Reaser, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Riddle, Hazel Belknap, Katrina Jo Woodyard, Mary Gregory, Rena Griffith, Wayne Woodyard, Rick Smith, Tesh Kuhl and Jo Ann Woodyard. Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Reaser and Mrs. Tesh Kuhl visited Lelia Brannon at Mrs. Alta Bakers at Letter Gap. Katrina Jo Woodyard who will be 3 years old next month was a thrilled little girl when she went fishing with her parents for her first time and caught 10 fish herself and says I am going again soon. Donations Needed For Foot Bridge Repair The Alice Community is col lecting money to repair the foot bridge to the Alice Cemetery. Lumber has already been ordered and anyone who would like to contribute a donation may do so by sending it to: Mrs. Harry Radcliff and Mrs. Doy Wright, both of Cox's Mills or Russell Bush of Baldwin. The community would also appreciate volunteer labor for constructing the bridge when the lumber arrives. Licensing Service I I Registration I I I I Driver's ticen.seI I 3-5 Day Servmce I I I I Call 462-5675 I -. ._| i i 4tim i I imlm m m Pamela Jean Hacker Melody McHenry The Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder 11 CONINGS NEWS by The News Bird Rev. Eawson Whipkey kept his regular appointment Sun- day at the Mt. Earnest church. There will be a gospel sing at Mt. Earnest on Saturday even- ing September 22 at 7:30. The singers are The Hickman fami- ly from Calhoun County. Everyone is welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Oral Spurgeon visited Mr. and Mrs. Herman Yeater in West Union Sunday afternoon. Mr. Yeater has been ill for some tffne. He was visited on Saturday by Mary and Astor Burton. Mr. and Mrs. Lanta Radcliff visited relatives in Parkersburg for a couple days. Mrs. Frankie Langford and Ada Beard spent Sunday with their brother Gall Greenlief, who remains seriously ill in the United Hospital Center in Clarksburg. Mrs. Virginia Leeson of Parkersburg spent a few days with her mother, Mrs. Bessie Reed. 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