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October 14, 1976

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4 The GlenviHe Democrat/ Pathfinder October 14, 1976 White, Silas wed in San Antonio, Texas Miss Darlene Bernita White, of Greenville. SC. and SP/4 Nathaniel Silas of Ft. Bragg, NC. were married on August 20. in a double-ring ceremony, performed at 7:30 p.m. in the Bethal Mexican Baptist Church, of San Antonio. Tex. The bridegoom's father Pastor Joe Silas, Jr.. officiated in the candlelight wedding. The bride is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth G. White, 11224 N. Station Rd. Columbia Station, Ohio. Darlene is a grandaughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.R. White of Perkins, WV, and the late Grayson W. Haines and Mrs. Collie Haines of Glenville. Parents of the birdegroom are Pastor and Mrs. Joe Stag, Jr., of 2407 West Huisache, San Antonio, Tax. Miss Millie Silas. sister of the Bridegroom played the organ and was accompanied by Karen Lamb on the piano. Rebecca St!as, sister of the bridegroom was joined by Karen Lamb in singing "Saviour Like a Shepherd Lead Us." Given in marriage by her parents and escorted to the altar by her father, A Miss Nathanlel SDas The bride was attired in a full length gown of white rose lace over satin. The bride designed and made her gown and the bridegroom's shirt to match her gown. The bride made her sister's gown. The hirde's grandmother, Mrs. Ca!lie Haines of Glenville, gave a large white family Bible which was witnessed and signed by the bridegroom's grandparents Mr. and Mrs. lose Silas who have been married over 50 years and by Mr. and Mrs. Diego Trevino, all of San Antonio, Tex. The bride carried a corsage of yellow roses, also a small white Bible and a blue lace hendkerchief, gifts of the bridegroom's mother. She wore a diamond necklace borrowed from Rebecca Silas of Greenville, SC, Miss Sherry White was maid of honor for her sister. Joel giles was best man for his brother. The reception for 125 guests followed in the Peacock Dining Hall. Women of the Church served the Bride's and Groom's cake's. The bridegroom's aunt registered guests. Darlene graduated from Elyria, Ohio High School in 1971. She attended |HD||l||l||||g|||||BDll|Ulilin|llll||||| Bah Jones University in Grsenville,SC. = Op : Announcing the Office ening of : She worked as a s.crotary in Greenville, SC. and neer Cleveland. Ohio before returning to Greenville, : Dr. Wayne Hicks = The bridegroom is a graduate of Op Thomas Jefferson High San Antonio, m Contact Lens tometr, st 101 Main St.  Tex. He is a1974 graduate of Bob Jones West Union, W.Va.  u. He is serving in the 82nd Airborne m Eye Examinations By appointment Only Beginning October I 8:30-5:00 m _. ,- ..... .. Mon.-Fr,. • m m-none a/a-i eel . . , , Sat. 8.30-12.30 • mlllllllliilllglllDiillilnilllililiilil Division stationed at Fort Bragg, NC. The couple visited the Texas coast and toured the southern states on their way back ,to their home in Fort Bragg. NC. FROM SEIKO: AN AUTOMATIC FAVORITE FOR YOUR MAN THIS CHRISTMAS. For anyone who's too busy to wind his watch, make sure he winds up with one of Seiko-'s Automatic Challengers this holiday. Not only will he have the right time, but the right style too. Every time he looks at his , watch, he'll think of you. : ,.;.,, SEIKO No. CWOglM--$79.50. 17J, 98.2 ft. water tested, instant day/date setting calendar. Stainless steel, full numeral white dial. HARDLEX mar-resist crystal, adjustable bracelet. No. DCO37M--$59.50. 17J, self-winding, 98.2 ft. water tested, instant date setting calendar. Stainless steel, white dial, adjustable bracelet. Free Credit m ===================== Mrs. Luther Powel Mrs. Luther "Tude" Powell, 98, of Linn died Friday Oct. 8 at the residence of a daughter. Mrs. Hazel Burkhammer. She was born at Troy {Gilmer County) a daughter of the late Cyrus and Minerva Jones Post. She was a member of the Auburn United Methodist Church. Survivors include two sons. Harry. of Ejar, Ariz., Carlton of Boulder. Colo.; two daughters, Mrs. Pansy McCarty. Clarksburg, Mrs. Hazel Burkhammer; 21 grandchildren; 54 great-grandchildren. 42 great- greet-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Luther C. Powell. and one son and one daughter. Funeral services were held Sunday Oct. 10 at Spureeon Mortuary with Rev. Harry Miller officiating, She was buried in H,il Cemetery. Mrs. Elba! Frame Mrs. Nannie Newton Frame, 71, of 2,501 Farrand St., Richmond. Virginia, died Saturday, Oct 2. She is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Betty F. Williams, Mrs. Audrey F. Powell, both of Richmond, Va., Mrs. Anne F. Lickey, Idaho Falls, Idaho and Mrs. Charlotte F. Mulvihill, Newark, NJ: four sons, Clyde and Richard Douglas Frame of Richmond, Jessie Frame, Oklahoma City. Oklahoma and Albert Y. James of Coventry, RI; twenty-one grand- children: nine great grandchildren: three sisters. Mrs. Pearl Newton, Richmond. VA, Miss Bessie Newton and Mrs. Pinta Davis. both of Scottsville, Virginia; four brothers, George. Ass and John Newton of Scottsville, and Richard Newton of Chettanooga, Tenn. She was the wife of the late Elba! "Buster" Frame from Gilmer County. Remains rested at the Laburnum Chapel, Woody Funeral Home, 2110 E. Laburnum Ave.. Richmond, VA. where services were conducted at 11 a.m.. Wednesday, Oct. 6. Interment was at Washington Memorial Park. Rich- mond. VA. Alviu C Beall Funeral services for Alvin C. Beall, 86, Of East Gary. Ind., formerly of Gilmer County, who died at the St. Mary's Medical Center in Hobart, Ind. Tuesday, Oct. 5 were held Saturday, Oct. 9 at Spurgeon Mortuary with Rev. Ronzel Roberts officiating. Burial followed in the Beal Cemetery. He was bornin Gilmer County, son of the late Sam and Victoria Cunningham BeaU, He atteneded a United Pentecostal Church. He is survived by his window, Grace Beall; six daughters. Mrs. Ruby Maynor of East Gary, Ind.. 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Or a leisure-jacketed Texan reclining on a sofa, listening to stereo-and perhaps dialing a sunset outside his artificial window? Or the schoolteacher diagramm- ing sentences on a blackboard for her class, and the Swedish workingman operating a high-speed lathe? All are 20th-century cavemen, the National Geographic Society says. She flowers ga sun rises. nights in families caves into complete chimneys feet above. Cave-dwellers Increasing Caves probably were Man's earliest form of shelter. Footprints made 15,000 years ago are preserved by a natural film of calcite in the cave of Pech-Merle in southern France, and primitive paintings equally old have been found on cave walls there and elsewhere. People still are decorating caves and living in them. The ranks of cave-dwellers may even be growing, as more families discover there are some advantages to living underground. Today's cave-buyer is no troglo- dyte. Instead of being reclusive, he or she usually is a homeowner or business executive attracted by the lower maintenance and the quiet of a subterranean home, office, or factory. Sweden long hes had large industrial plants carved into moun-; tains, and other nations have followed, suit. In one rock-solid optics factory outside Stockholm, instruments on the walls keep workers informed of the weather above their heads. Dust-free Environmmt An American company that makes delicate insh'uments for space projects moved underground in Long Island to escape dust and vibration. A junior high school was built underground at Lake Worth, Texas, to get away from the roar of jet bombers from a bearby air base. When (me housewife moved into her custom-built underground ranch house outside Dallas more than a decade ago, she found her furniture seldom needed dusting and the house never reqired a new coat of paint, .%- Pyramid Valley PRESENTS election. Gilmer school have ters. two son that Romeny IwiU be in your this support. just as the So chance will be Mote-Cross racing at its best. This 1 p.m. Practice starts 10:30 A.M. Waste! to Lost Creek Exit. Clare Dr. For more information 622-0540. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm i IN'IM¢ • SATURDAY, ocr. 23 1976 at li Lodated at my residence on T m . Shock and Rmedale i Upright freezer, maytag washer, 1 i bed, Dresser, living room suite, W. robe, Elect. churn, seperator and cream! • counter scales, axes, sledge hammers, # 10 V. plow, cultivator, harrow teetl m a crsmher, three yr. old cow and calf, • numerous to mention. III Lunch will be served by the warner AUCTIONEER _. • I mmmmmmmmmmmmmlmmm•emmmmmmmmmlmmm NEW HOt In addition to our regular h lobby will be open for busi! from 3:30 P.M. to 4:30 P.M, t of taking deposits, cashing c loan department will not be oP 4:30. The Drive-In on FridaY from 9:00 A.M. to 6:30 P.M. Our complete hours will" be Monday, Tuesday and Thur 2:00 P.M. Wedmesday and S aturday  0 P.M. Friday Lobby 9:00 A.M. to : P.M. to 4:30 p.m. i Drive-In 9:00 A.M. to 6:30 Kanawha Un Glenvdle, WV