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September 24, 1976     The Glenville Democrat
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September 24, 1976

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1976 Norman wed became the Norman in a performed at 14, at Trinity GlenviUe, of Mr. P. Ellyson, )m James M. Nor- S NEED Traditional love songs were played by Mrs. Faye Chambers in addition to the traditional Wedding March and Recessional. Soloist was Mr. Gall Lydick, uncle of the bride, singing "He&apos;s Everything to Me" and "The Lord's Prayer." A duet was performed by Mrs. Gayle Boswell and Miss Karla Bailey, cousins of the bride, to "Annie's Song." The ceremony took place at a laurel embanked alter, matching the laurel and white cahdles in the windows. The church doors were decorated with white wicker basket stands filled with laurel and white garden flowers. Circular brass candelasbras were entwined with cascades of white flowers. Family pews were marked with hurricane globe candelabras accented with ivy. A white silhouette kneeling bench and white aisle cloth com- pleted the setting. Given in marriage by her parents and escorted to the altar by her father, the bride appeared in a full length gown of Maracaine designed The Glenville Democrat/ PatMbor ? Wanted: best black walnut bread baker The West Virginia Black Walnut Festival to be held in Spencer, October 14-16, 1976, will host a Statewide Best Black Walnut Bread Baking Contest on October 15, as part of its activities. Any resident of West Virginia is eligible who is a nonprofessional cook. The Grand Championship award is a $50 savings bond from the W.Va. Black Walnut Festival, second award is $10, and third is $5. Ribbons will be awarded for honorable mention. To enter, simply make one {1} recipe of your best Black Walnut Bread, and sand or bring it in a nonreturnable container along with two copies of the recipe and an entry form to: Black Walnut Bread Contest, W.Va. Black Walnut Festival P.O. Box 77, Spencer, WV 25276. Deadline for entry is g a.m., October 15, 1976. Judging will take place at the National Guard Armory at 10 a.m. Sponsors of the contest are the W.Ve. Department of Agriculture and the W.Va. Black Walnut Festival. Entry forms can be obtained by writing: Black Walnut Bread Contest, W.Va. Department of Agriculture, Capitol Building, Charleston, WV 25305: or Black Walnut Contest, Box 77, Spencer, WV 25276. 212 Main Street, Glenville, West Virginia 26351 UI with a horseshoe neckline, edged 'ris with overlays of Venice lace era-  _ IIIIIII i mugmlgm : :: am•mann III i .--rim tapered sleeves. From an inset  waistband fell a full circular skirt. * i  i n00ol |AU larls was attached to a Cathedral !  d length veil. She wore a pearl : j[ " necklace belonging to the ; ;; ( , Saturday, September 25, 1, Noon i At Pauline Edwards' Residence, = " ' " !!); ! II i i Near Gilmer Station, On Rt. 5 • bridegroom s mother. She carried a :i E AND SET UP bouquet of miniature white car- ! k WEEK nations, daisies, Queen Anne's lace,  i0, I I used couch & chair; 1 bed [2 used mattresses]; I .as co 1-5 and ivy as a double bible top. One ! AP bible was given to her as a child by m stove; 1 dining room table & chair=; 1 kitchen cabinet; 1 '49 ,IIP llTr her parents, the other presented to Mr. andMrs. G:::=:: i ]eep[fair]; 1]eep forparts;2 dumptrudmforparl=;$ , "'"" ='" " her by the parents of the groom. Stephen Ellyson, brother of the Mrs. Ron McCracken. m m lumbers some walnut lumber; Corn grinder; Forge blower; .64-56o8 Matron of honor was Lucy Ann bride, Tim McCartney, and William The bride, a graduate of Glenville i Rail bender; Vice; Chain & binders; Scales; Picks; Shovels; t off !-79 Ellyson, sister-in-law of the bride. Igo. Krystalynn Bailey was flower State College, majored in elemen- m Water pump & tank; Electric motors all sizes; Compre=; °Y-Sutton Exits Bridesmaids were Marybeth Shock girl.. Ring bearer was Matthew tary education and is presently m Bench saw; Hydraulic jacks; Assorted jacks;  bits; aassawa'wv " wasand JuniorKim Roten•Bridesmaid.Beth An°At theWrightguest Johnson. employed by the Calhoun County I Ropes; Gas regulator; Corn planter; Plastic pipe; Mortor County Armory register was Carla Conway. The matron of honor was adorned School System. Her husband is a in a sleeveless full-length gown of biology major at Glenville State. m he. a tools; Metal fence post?; Slip scraper; .Anrsle irma; Serving his brother as best man brown dotted swiss complemented After a wedding trip to Canaan m 1-beam; Doors; Wire stretchers, I maul; Punches, Chisels; 3 was Larry Norman. Ushers were IMmaammmml mmmmm==mnaim=-=/mmmM, with a fitted bodice tying in a back Valley, the couple wig reside at 309- i, turn plows; Car air.conditioner; 2 table saws; I grind strum; SERVICE bow. The neckline was encircled by A East MainStreet, Glenville. m 3 grates; Antique ]ars& bottles; Tile blocks; Busty cable; a wide capelet collar of white eyelet. Showers honoring the bride were m Out•de building; Junk cars & lot 55 gal. drums. Other items T.V. , Sheworeabrowncandlelightruffied givenbyMrs. JanRotenandMrs. bat with a white ribbon secured by a Marybeth Shock. A bridal luncheon m too numerous to mention. CLIP & SAVE )on Good for $2. On Any TV Service Work ' :i Large yellow flower. The white was served by Mrs. Kay Chico. A basket she carried was filled with rehearsal dinner picnic was given by m Not responsible for accidents Boosters Installed And Repaired ! andgardenarrangedand wildby thefl°werSbridegatheredand her Creekthe bridegroom'Sstate Park. parents at Cedar m Au00o00: • • mother, who also made the m OWNER: PAULIN]BE][}WA][}S Om of Town Electron•ca c.,,c.,. : boutonniers, corsages, and other flower arrangements. - Sutton - Phone 765-5782 • mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm•immmmmmmmmmmmm•. , , . , , ' " CEILING t , • = • • - 2 J • Oct. 2. The other attendants wore iden- tical gowns and also carried white flower baskets. Their hats were of w&ite withbrown nlbbon fastened by alternating orange and yellow flowers. Flower glrl Betsy Clark's attire featured a brown dotted swiss full length dress topped with a white eyelet pinafore and complemented with a bonnet. The mother of the bride was at- tired in a full-lensth gown of ivory knot with mellow, yellow, and green trim accented with mellon ac- cessories. The bridegroom's mother wore a full-length gown of green and blue jerSey accented with many accessories. Both mothers wore corsages of green orchids. The reception was held at the residence of the bride's parents. The home was adorned with a large white archway trimmed in ivy. The fuur-tier wedding cake, decorated with brown flowers, was placed on a round table topped with a lace trimmed brown cloth. The cake top was the same that adorned the bride's parents wedding cake. The serving table was covered with a matching cloth accenting the silver punch bowl and serving ensemble. Pastel cloths covered an array of tables located on the lawn. Assisting with the reception were Mrs. Leon Bailey, Mrs. Louise Wright, Mrs. Pat Fullen, Mrs. Butch Sumpter, Mrs. Robert Carson, Miss Sara With the long distance interstate (out-of- state) minute rates, you can make someone smile for 21€ or less. Just take a minute and dial direct. You'll save. For instance, you can call all the way to Los Angeles, ding the night or most of the weekend, and it s just 21€ for the first minute, and even less for each minute after. But if you have the operator place the call for you, you II pay $2.25 for the first three minutes, even if you talk for less. So always dial direct. During the day, you can still save if you dial direct. Then the first minute's just 54˘ or less, additional minutes, 38˘ or less. When everything else seems to be costing you more, you can still save on long distance calls. Just take a minute and dial direct. Now that's something to smile about. No. 231B m DIAL-AND-SAVE ONE-MmINUTE RATES m m 8=.' 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