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exchanged on 30 by Miss daughter of Mr. Holtsclaw of Charh,sh,n dml Mr. William Ni(:holson ()1 Ch~lrleshm. formerly of Gienville." The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Gall Tittle was matron of honor for her sister and Kim Nicholson. sister of the bridegroom. and Helen Husten were bridesmaids. Christie Lynn Bronn. cousin of the bride, and Scott Tittle. the bride's nephew, were flower girl and ring bearer, respectively. Greg Nicholson of Glenville, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Ushers were John David Harbour of Glenville and Bill Parrish. cousin of the bridegroom, of Mannington. Mrs. Nicholson is employed by the W.Va. Tax Department and her husband, a 1974 Glenville State College graduate, is employed as assistant director of the North Charleston Community Center. Following a honeymoon at Twin Falls State Park, they are making their home at 217 Dry Branch Dr., Charleston. to spool at Career Coster Dedkatioa S NEED S SET UP bMOBILE INC. ~!-79 F~ts Y Gov. Arch Moore will be the feahlred speaker at dedication ceremonies for the new Calhoun-Gil- mar Career Center on Sunday. October 19. beginning at 2 p.m. Other national and state political leaders will also be in attendance, as well as city and county officials from Calhoun and Gilmer counties, according to Kenneth Foglesong, Human Resources coordi- nator. Interested persons will also have a chance to tour the $1.3 million dollar vocational training complex, Financed through the Appalachiam Regional Commission and the Bureau of Vocational,Technical and Adult Education, Classes in 10 different learning areas or courses, ranging from Commercial Sewing to Automobile Mechanics, will be available to high school students and adults. Learning labs with modern machines and materials wig be a feature of the Career Center, with students able to work with actual vocational apparatus in lob-like situationR. Graduate As A :ssional Hairdresser Loans or Terms Available R CAREER TODAY ....... (;I AND VETERAN APPROVED q ~t9 W. Pike St. Clarksburg, WV r School Phone: 624-6473 FREE INFORMATION -- -- _ t~m ...... % o Now Nee A CAIPET Clenor Lot Us CleM Yoor hi Ileforo Call for m fm for Amy room in the Homse t Loekard-Yeager Janet Louise Lockard and Willard Esslie Yeager Jr. were united in marriage in a double ring, candlelight ceremony on Sunday. August 24 in the Wesley Foundation Chapel at 3 p.m. Dr. Alfred T. Billips performed the ceremony. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Lockard. Mr. and Mrs. Willard E. Yeager are the parents of the groom. Two seven-branch candelabras and a large arrangement of baby carnations, roses, daisies, and baby's breath adorned the front of the chapel. A white aisle cloth and kneeling bench completed the setting. Wedding music was provided by organist, Miss Angle Turner. Mr. John Wolfe sang two selections. Given in marriage by her parents and escorted to the altar by her father, the bride wore a full-length gown of silk organza. The bodice was trimmed in wide lace in a yea tapering down and ending in a wide sash tie in the back, with a ruffled yea neckline, and long sheer sleeves ruffled at the wrist. Her veil was topped with a camelot headpiece accented with pearls in a scroll design over lace. She carried a Bouquet of roses, daisies, carnations. and baby's breath with a white lace ribbon hanging from the bouquet. She wore a cross necklace accented with a pearl, a gift from the groom. The groom wore a white jacket with black velvet lapels, white ruffled shirt trimmed in black, and black formal trousers and tie. Miss Robin Rhoades. of Glenville. served as maid of honor. She attired in a full-length gown of light l)ink bow and ribbon hanging down in the back. Bridesmatrons were Karen Shinn of Sfouts Mills. and Joyce Arnold of Sand Fork. Their gowns of pale green and yellow were identical to that of the maid of honor. They wore wide brim hats with bows and ribbons matching the colors of their gowns. They carried bouquets with pale green, yellow, pink roses, and baby carnations with baby's breath and ribbon matching their gowns. Miss Stacy Fitzwater, of Vienna. niece of the bride, was flower girl. She was dressed the same as the maid of honor. She carried a princess style basket with an arrangement similiar to the bouquets of the bridesmatrons and maid of honor. Mr. Kevin Cogar, of Shock, cousin of the groom, was ring harrier. He carried a heart-shaped, lace pillow, Bob Radabaugh served as best man. Ushers were Gary Bush and Phil Yeager of Morgantown, cousin of the groom. They wore tuxedos identical to the grooms with shirts to match the bridasmatrons gowns. A reception was held in the social room of the Wesley Foundation Building. Miss Jone Post registered guests. Punch was made and served by Mrs. Madge Lockard. aunt of the bride. The three-tiered wedding cake decorated with pale green, yellow, and pink roses, was served by Mrs. Sally Yeager. aunt of the groom. , After a short wedding trip. the couple are now residing in Glenville. HEABING TEST SET FOR GLENYILLE W. VIRGINIA Electr ic hearing te t will at the Conrad Hotel in Glenvik each third Wednesday of the mmtb f lm 2p.m to4 p.m. by Mr. Kemper Hyre, Certified Ilnrin8 Aid Audiolojdst. BELTONE HEARING Ally ~EI~VII~ 442-B. W. Pike ~t. Clerksbttr8, W.Va. 26301 RoY. 7 October 9, 1975 and Marie: Mr. ;Jn(l Mrs. Robert K. (;ainer: I)r. and Mrs. Gary Gillespie and Fritz; Miss Mary Ellen Kennedy: Miss Ann Lorentz Murphy: Mr. and Mrs. James H. Reese; Dr. and Mrs. Delmer K. Somerville: Dr. and Mrs. Byron J. Turner: and Miss Clarissa Williams. Former Glenville residents at the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lee Arbunckle; Mr. and Mrs. David M. Gillespie and Erica: and Dr. and Mrs. John E. Stealey. Ill. Copies of each week's Glenville Democrat are available at Community Super Market, Summers Pharmacy, The Grill, Conrad's Motel, GSC Bookstore, Pioneer Grocery and Gilmer Graphics, Inc. Thv Gienviile l)em~rat/Patl~flmdm' 9 d II I I I III W'm='K 5.41 ROUTE 19 SOUTH We Wish To Thank Everyone For Making Our Club Suck A Success lean Lundord Breitenhirt 9 LEE PERNLL Miss Jean Lunsford of Lewisbur8 and Mr. Blake Breitenhirt Jr., of Glenville were united in marriage at the Old Stone Presbyterian Church of Lewisburg at 2 p.m. on August 30. Officiating clergyman were Rev. Thomas W. Apperson, pastor of Old Stone Church: Rev. B. Blake Breitenhirt Sr., father of the groom and pastor of Gilbert Presbyterian Church; and Rev. Norman K. Morgan, pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Logan. Serving as ushers were Ernest Lee Arbunkle, formerly of Glenville. now of Haines City, Florida: Joel K. Breitenhirt, brother of the groom; David M. Gillespie, formerly of Glenville, now of TaUahassae, Florida; Buford Lunsford, Jr.. brother of the bride: and William Bennett Rockett, brother-in-law of the groom. Organ music before and during the service was played by Mrs. William Bennett Rockett, sister of the groom. The Chilren's and Youth Choirs of Old Stone Church sang "Love One Another" and "They'll Know We Are Christians by Our Love." Dried Williamsburg flowers in two large urns decorated the chancel of the Church. The bride wore a gown of fine ivory muslin, featuring back and front ivory lace yokes. Styled with a fitted midriff and accented with a back bow, it had a high collar and bishop sleeves, accented with lace inserts, which were repeated on the throe-tiered bouffant skirt. After the reception in the Fellowship Hall of the Church, the couple left for a southern wedding trip. The bride travelled in a natural-colored pantsuit with green accessories. Prior to her marriage, Mrs. Breitenhirt was Director of Christian Education at Old Stone Church. Mr. Breitenhirt is pastor of the Glenville Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Breitenhirt are now at home in Glanville. Persons from Glenville attending the wedding were: Ray. and Mrs. D. Edward Bayer and children, Danny COUNTRY SWINGERS FROM GLENVLLE | W. VA. BLUEGRASS BOYS FROM CRAIGSVILLE SPECIAL GUEST SINGER MARGARET RAPID Special Door Prize Friday & Saturday Nlgld Free Coffee After Z A.M. Plenty of Free Parking lllllllllmnmlllmllllllnllnllllllllllllll O I WILL OFFI~ FOR SALE AT ~ AUCTION AT 410'/ CAMDI~ FLATS, GLENVIlJ~ WV.OCT.18 - 187S. ST~ AT 10:00 AML THE FOLLO~@iNG. ANTIQUE BED [Slm~lP; & maUbr~s]; h'om Bed [8pr~p & melltrem]; Half bed [ x'inp & mattress] New bed [spIP-"lp; & mattl"e ]; 1 bed: Chest of Dram; Bedroam Chair; Blanket chest: Humpbsck trunk; New ud quilts, bed qweads & bed iineus; LIVING JK)OM suite [couch & chair]; End tables; Hassock; TlV.tslde with revoivinl top; Tslde 18mpa, Keroeeme lamp [oid]; Platform r clu ,: Mirrors, Plcturee, Naques, Nicknacks; Scm4s, Doily, CoabJea Throw itup, hdJes. Bre set, Rofripretor, Some Home Canned Food, IQtchoa caldnet with flour Ida, Glass door dish cupboard, Utility cnbdine(/ Miner Cabinet, 4 White Dinette chairs & 2 edd chaiz Elect. Percelatw. Eh t. mixer, Skillet, Sweeper, Fans, & Toaster, Pressure Cooker, h'on Skillets; Kitchen utensil=, Ste dese tableware; Set of Lot of dishes; Tupperware, 12 gal. stone jar, 2 Crm ks, Kltche Stod, CIothe Svdn8, Step Ladder, Lawn Mbwez, TaMe. TOOLS: te Ft. Extens Ladder [like new] S in. r dini saw B&I Grain Cradle, Grind stone, Lq vise, Old l'hu , Gauses. 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