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September 22, 1988

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i ember 22, 1988 s-Moss reunion held in Ohio !a hot, humid day when Moss family garb- home of Shirley L. Hills, Ohio reunion. Shirley offered his home for this, and we very kindly. Rela- had looked for- day for a whole had been whet- high. It didn't 1 track down the deli- from an out- was good ole Lake being fried by Thirty pounds been caught by Ed, prepared so one enjoy his fish. all the hard Over a hot grill on a the temperature was home is situated on lot, so the picnic set up under the trees Jennings the prayer before it was announced t to eat one and all Seen _ heaping their delicious foods of and description. If not had the opportu- the Moss reunion some of the best prizes were given the afternoon pro- the children enjoyed animal crackers and Midway through guess who came the lane? None Tom and Irene Fox They had come Ohio to visit their and son-in-law, They heard reunion, and made It really a such an enjoyable those attending and Pictures, newspaper and fond memories and June Steffen Ohio; Walter and Adams, with Kenny and Dar- and Keuny's with their daughter all from Chardon, from Lakewood, and Starling in Elyria. They bought a lovely home there, and are pretty well settled. It is so good having them close again. "Mike" and Margaret Moss of Glenville were able to be present thanks to Velma's hus- band Walter, who made the trip to bring them, and then drove them home again. They enjoyed Shirley's hospitality while they were here. Making the pilgrimage from Franklin, North Carolina was Belie Moss Reed and daughter, Terry Reed Newby. Terry drove the distance in one day. They were house guests of Staffing and Charles for two weeks, but did manage many short trips to visit other members of the fam- ily while here. Others attending this event were: Jennings, Jr. and Maud Moss of Northfield, Ohio, son Neal with wife Phyllis and three children Eric, Stephanie and Ra- Teresa Legg-David Peterson chel; Shirley's son Drew with wife Joyce and daughter. Later Teresa Legg to wed David Peterson in the day Shirley's daughter, Cindi Moss White, accompanied by husband Bob and daughter Kelli, arrived. Shirley's other daughter, Patricia, could not be present as she was in New Or- leans attending the Democratic Convention. Edsel and Erma Moss of Mentor, Ohio; Loy and Joan Moss and family from Ch- esterland, OH, which included sons, Tom, Ted and rife. Robin and Tim Moss, with daughter Angela; Maud Moss' sister, Louella Lovine, with friend Dixie Pierce; Jennings Shiflett; Vivian Moss Furr and husband, John of Maple Heights, OH. Her sisters, Grace and Ruth had planned to attend, but previous commitments prevented them from doing so. Others were: Earl Richard (Dick) Moss and wife, Shirley of Mentor, OH, Karen Lederer, Bill Prior, Heather Lederer Prior, Linda Norris, Rodney Roberts, Shawn Norris, Jason Norris, Shannon Norris and Angie Lederer. If anyone's name is not listed in this article it is only because you did not register. Just re- member that the next time. Velma Moss Adams gave an interesting and humorous talk on Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Joe Legg of Newport News, Virginia, are pleased to announce the upcom- ing marriages of their daughter, Teresa Joann, to David Edward Peterson, older son of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Peterson of Glen- ville. David is a graduate of Gilmer County High School, and will be graduated from Marshall Uni- versity in May, 1989, with a B.A. in Accounting. Teresa is a gradtrate of St. Albans High School and Glenville State Col- lege, and is presently employed at Alum Creek Elementary School in Kanawha County. An October 15, 11 a.m. wed- ding is being planned at Trinity United Methodist Church in Glenville, with the gracious cus- tom of open church being ob- served. James Reunion held September 4 The 24th Annual W. W. and Lori and Devan Coonty of Be- Alma James reunion was held at lington. Bob and Jean Flesher of the Gilmer County Recreation Troy, Susan, Melanie, Aaron Center on September 4, 1988, Mays, Bill Homish of Belpre, with 34 people in attendance. Ohio; Kate Wills of Marietta With plenty of food, picture Ohio; Martin, Adriane and Joel taking and fellowship, a good Flesher of Buckhannon; Roy time was had by all. and Rhona Alltop, Ginger, In the business session fol- Christy and Megan Alltop of lowing lunch it was agreed the Palestine; and Donald and Ger- present officers would continue aldine Prunty of Parkersburg. for another year. They are: Thanks again to Clark and President-Bill James; Vice- President-Samuel James; and See/Treasurer-Pauline James. A moment of silent prayer was observed in memory of Mrs. Merle Owens, who passed Helen James for the special decorations on the tables. Thanks also go to Nina James for the prizes. The reunion will be held at the same place next year. away earlier this year. their daughter, her recollection of glowing up .W, in rs ofprizesL ex jOl ................. , lows:" Jean Flesher-Ladies draw- Rice and Karen of Joe and Nadine have a four-hour Year in order to get to A few months ago (Parker-Hanne- Joe from the plant to the one Sullivan with with ten brothers and sisters. Tim Norris of Many others had tall tales to tel. ing, Roy Alltop-Men's drawing, Ohio; Starling and It's too bad that the hours pass Devan ,and Kelly Coonty- I, David Carpenter so fast, and you find yourself Children s drawing, Helen R. Jeanne, with sonswishing you could make timeJames-Door Prize, Lori Coonty- Keith of Olmsted stand still so you could visit Candy guess, and Helen K. and Linda Sullivan's with each and everyone present. Birdie James-Oldest attending. eresent were Helen K. James of Scottsdale, Pa; Ray and Betty James of Cheraw, S.C.; Pauline James of Litchfield, Oh: "Birdie, Helen R. Clark and Greg James of Glenville; Bill and Nina James of Cassville, WV, Sam and Virginia James of Parkers- burg, Stanley, Saundra, Kelly, Respectfully submitted, Starling Moss Carpenter McCulloughs have Women meet to discuss rally baby boy! Mr. and Mrs. Paul McCull- Due to the hot weather, with the temperature at 104 degrees, we said our goodbys much ear- lier than usual and headed for our homes, knowing, God will- ing, that we would have another reunion in 1989. The Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder 3 Patricia Beron to wed Dwayne Blake Patricia Ann Beron Dwayne Blake I On August 18, Stella Rasnick celebrated her 79th birthday at her home at Horner. She received some nice gifts and was visited from some of her relative's and friends. Pharmacy Glenville It . HOURS: 8.30 5.30 Mon.-Fri. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Beron of Troy arc proud to announce the engagement of their only daugh- ter, Patricia Ann Beron, to Dwayne T. Blake, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blake of Homer. Miss Beron is currently em- ployed at Shoe Show, Market Place Shopping Center in Weston. Mr. Blake is a 1985 graduate of Lewis County High School and is currently employed by Rinehart Construction of Weston. Wedding plans are incom- plete at this time. 8:30-2:00 Sat. (Business) 462-8300 (Home) 462-7695 50's & 60's Atmoshpere DJ's tssic Oldies County Democrat with the decorations the night ough, Jr. of Grass Run wish to i met at 7:00 pan. before, announce the birth of their first on Thursday, Sep- Doris will make a red, white child, a son, Joshua Dwane, 1988. Those mere- and blue centerpiece for the pc-born September 10, 1988 at ;Were: Louise Kern- dium. Sharon Zinn will make Calhoun General Hospital. ~_ Hoover, Jean 15 posters promoting the rally to He weighed seven pounds, .:arol Wolfe, Doris be placed in stores throughout seven-and-a-half ounces. Niela Cunningham, thecounty. Grandparents are Mr. and tes, Karen Elkin, Lenita suggested registrars be Mrs. Paul McCullough, Sr. of Lucy Reed, Ha- available on Main Street during Glenville, Mrs. Betty Swenson the college homecoming to get of Minnesota, and Mr. Howard Marge Burke and people registered for the upcom- Bennington of Tennessee. hag election. 11 delegates to the Our next meeting will be Blion held in Char- Tuesday, October 11, 1988 at 'rYone who attended 7:00 p.m. at our Democrat ery much. Headquarters located in the Friday, September23 ecUtive CommitteeMinnich Florist building. tlOberlt 7, 1988 was The meeting adjourned at . 6:00-10:00 p. will be a covered 8:30 p.m. and Doris Williams m _. i lild we are to help provided refreshments. GiImer County Recreation Center reunion held Sept. 11 at Troy "A# You Can Eat" Menu: lenis of the late The 1989 reunion will be held u Grilled Burgers & Dogs Sarah Queen on Sunday, September 10th, at 1 their reunion on p.m. at the Troy United Method- e': Fresh Cut Fries 1 l t h, at the ist Church Church, ' Slaw Baked Beans ily members ELITE II Ice Cream Sundae Bar Drinks Admission: Adults: $10.00, Childdren (under 12) $5.00 followed dish dinner. president, pre- were elected was re-elected Mrs. Bonnie was elected roe- was held and to eight plus gifts for Kickoff for GSC Homecoming Weekend