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October 17, 1975

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ii Methodist at Elaine Sue Hinter, in a With of of Troy and County son of Mr. Milton. of l xidridse is presently marriage by a full length designed full bishop appliqued rise waistline in lace. a mantilla illusion chantilly train. white Bible roses, baby Troy, close hone r. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hinter with matching .eadpiece and carried a bouquet of summer flowers to match. Bridesmaids were Miss Kay I~ith of Stouts Mills and Miss Janet James of Normantown. They wore headpieces of blue and pink to match their gowns and also carried matching bouquets of summer flowers. Miss Debbie Cole. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cole of Weston. was flower Crl. She wore a full Prom Seks & Swvk, yellow gown and retching bonnet. She carried a white basket of flower petals from the Bridesmaids' bouquets. Wayne Hinter of New Milton, cousin of the groom, served as best man. The ushers were Kelby Moore and Poser Travts, both of Smithburs, and Keith Swisher of Now Milton and Randy Sleeth of Troy. . Lee Montgomery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Montgomery of New Milton and nephew of the groom, served as ring bearer. Music was provided by Miss Wtnoma SlmrSeon of Elkins, accom- panied by Mrs. Orms Yeater of West Union. Both are constns of the bride. The organ musical selections were 'Wither Thou Goest', 'Sweetest Story Ever Told' and Whe Lords Prayer'. The bride's mother was attired in a full length aqua gown and wore a corsage of pink carnations.' The groom's mother was attired in a full length apricot gown with a matching carnation corsage. Miss Jackie Hinter, sister of the groom, registered the wedding guests. A reception followed in the social room of the Church. Miss Alma Hinter of West Union, aunt of the groom, and Mrs. Stacy Spurgeon of Auburn, aunt of the bride, served the cake. Mrs. Carrie PoweU of Mount Morris, Pa. and Mrs. Edna Smith of New Milton, aunts of the bride, presided at the punch bowl. Oe'T LL lip' Fr dw Q.. Gibson s Zenith Refrigerators * Televisions the Zenith Color Sets on display. be install and service all sales. PLUMBING f:t FURNITURE Glenville Phone 462-7355 )NL Y WHAT WE SELL Graduate As A ,ionai Hairdresser Loans or Terms Available CAREER TODAY ....... I AND VETERAN APPROVED ]1~ W. Pike St. Clarksburg, WV ' School FREE INFORMATION Phone: 624-6473 "~" "~ "~ -- -- State L da Lind Beidlar, 17, step-daughter of Sue {Shiflet} Beidler formerly of Stout's MilL died last September 28 in Shannon. BI. of gunshot wounds apparently inflicted by a former boyfriend who allegedly killed himself too. Both were pronounced dead of gunshot wounds by Stephemum County Coroner W. R. Cramer. Sheriff Don Scofield said the two were apparently ex-sweethear* and Miss Beidier had come to the man's farm to return his ring. Two persons witnessed the shooting in the farm home, Scofield said, includins a young friend who drove Miss Beidlar to the farm. Besides her mother, Miss Beidler is survived by her father, Wesley Beidler of Shannon. IlL; three sisters, Deborah and ShaH, both of Cherry VMIoy. Ill.; and Susan of Shannon; her : i~indmother, Mrs. Agnes Duuan of L~ster, England; and her grandfather, Melyin Heindenreich of Freeport, Ill. L.. Funeral services for LeeOack) Miller, 50, of Lodi O., who died at the Medina Community Hospital. were WedneKlay, October 8, at the Spurgeon Mort.taW in Ghmvflla with the Ray. Bobby Wheeler officiattns. Burial was in the Miller Cemetery near Glanville. Born in Gilmer County, he was the son of Mrs. Icle Clevenser Miller, of Glanvflla and the late Able Miller. He was employed by Chevrolet in C valand, O., was a Navy veteran of World War II. and was a member of the Bethlehem Baptist Church in Lafayette, O. He is also survived by his wife, edna Pritt Whisman Miller; two stepsons, arles Whisman. of Kent. O., and Burl of C atham. O., six stepdaughters. Mrs. James Carpenter, of Rivevine. Mrs. Charles Graham, and Judy Whisman. of Qeveland. 04 Mrs, Delbort Saffle, of Valley CIW, O., Mrs. Kenneth Fortune, of Lodt. O., and Mrs. Roser Saffle, of Medina, 0.; three brothers, Russell, of Akron, 0., Marvin, of Morgantown, and Abraham, of Barberton. 0.; and 29 stepgrandchfldren. / dma, Now D/rertw itoser Herdmu The new county executive director for the Raleigh-Wyoming office of the Agriculture Stabilization and Conser- vation Service (ASCS) is a native of Gilmer County. Roger Hardman, 26, assumed his duties with ASCS on September 15. He was assigned to Becidey from the ASCS training program in Braxton County. Prior to joining ASCS a year ago, he was employed as a delinquency social worker in Sutton. Hardman attended GlenviUe State College and received a degree in Business Administration in 1972, Following graduation, he worked for a lamber comvany in Fairmont. David Perker Betcher David Parker Betcher, still-born infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack (Ellen James) Betcher, died October 6 in an E]yria, O. hospital. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John F. Betcher of Sun City, Arizona. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Birdie James of Glenvilla. Burial services were held October 8 at Troy IOOF Cemetery, with Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick officiating. Spurgeon Mortuary assisted with funeral arrangements. Cof3~s of each week's Glenvilte Democrat are available at CommuniW Super Market, Summers Pharmacy, The Grill, Conrad's Motel, GSC Bookstore, Pioneer Grocery and 1071 , The Glaav e Democrat/P 7 hr ,, Ca tw t. w.d Artb Gilmer Graphics, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Carpenter of Burnsvflle are happy to announce the engagement and forth cm ug marriage of their only dsughter Barbara Ann Carpenter to Harry F. Arble. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Aride of Grafton. The bride-elect is a Ig63 graduate of Sand Fork High School and attended Concord College. She graduated from Practical Nurse Training_ in Clarksbur8 in the class of 1970. She is currently employed as a Licensed Practical Nurse at the Clarksbur8 Veterans Administration H_m~tt~. Her fiance is a 1960 graduate of Grafton High School and a lg62 graduate of West Virginia Business College. He is currently employed at Clarkburg Veterans Administration Hospital in Dietetic Service. There wiIl be an open church wedding on Saturday, November 1, at 1 p.m. at the First Baptist Church at Nutter Fort. / / ~ .< Barbara Csrpenter School and Office Supplies? See Us ~ First! Gilmer Graphics, Inc 109 E. ~ Main St. Cler~ville. ~" Standing Timber or ALSO MEN WITH T~ '~CTORS OR HORSES TO SKID LOGS. YEAR AROUND HAULING FOR LOG TRUCKS. CALL OR WRITE Mark BUs Forester COASTAL LUMBER COMPANY P.O. Box 218 Gassaw~y 26624, West Virginia Phorm: 3K)4- 3164-5~6 ii I= ! 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