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October 18, 1979

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?, The Glenville Democrat.Pathfinder 7 NEWS b/Shirley Jennings g io. 8he is was in the in Griffin home on to liter. Hard- away. n good ng? She and Coming a three Mini ng in Washington, D.C. He won a Vi- sion Vendor, a printing calculator, and a black and white TV. Karey Jo, Shelia, Tina Robin- son and I spent last weekend camping at Holly River State Park. We were glad to see we weren't the only people out of their minds since it was so chilly and there were quite a few people still camping. We got a fire going in one of the huge fireplaces and enjoyed it anyway. I just returned home from Maryland, so if the news seems scanty I should do bet- ter next week. Maryland had two to four inches of snow while I was there. It was beautiful, but the trees took a beating with the weight of the snow and the leaves still on. That's the first snow they've had in October since the 5th of October, 1890. Good luck to all you squirrel hunters out there. ILLE NEWS Clutter - Gordon married and son Mrs. and Mrs. and and Forest Mrs. three Mrs. Izetta .Friday and of Woodyard Mr. and Mrs. Junior William- son and son of Glenville visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Phares Sunday. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Carr recently were Mrs. Mary McConkey of Malta, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Granville DeBarr of Wellsville, Ohio. Both are Mrs. Carr's sisters. Also visiting were their son and wife Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carr of Barber- ton, Ohio. Argle Roy Ross and son Robbie of Gassaway and Mike West of Puddle CCA Kentucky were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Riddle. ng Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Reaser over the to weekend were Geneva Rind- fleisch, and Mr. and Mrs. eorge Deward Hardman all of Elyria, was Ohio, Clifford Reaser of and LaGrange, Ohio, and Wilda Rif- ell fie of Indian Fork. Dick-up to be held Mr. and Mrs. Ted Greenlief train. Pearls accented the of Glenville announce the mar- neckline and bodice. riage of their granddaughter, Her camelot hat of pearled Debra Lynn Clutter to William chantilly lace held a fingertip Richard Gordon, both of Can- veil of illusion bordered with ton, Ohio. matching lace. The double ring ceremony The bride was attended by was held June 23 in Canton at Mrs. Kay Greenlief of Medina, the Lowell United Church of Ohio, matron of honor, Miss Christ with the Rev. L. Meid Valerie Bekling and Miss Becker of Massillon of- Theodora Stavrokis both of ficiating. Canton, Ohio and Miss Beth Parents of the coupleare Mr. Ann Eberhart of Massillon, and Mrs. Ken Clutter and Mrs. Ohio. Tracy Swikart of Canton Eileen Gordon and the late Mr, was flower girl. Richard Gordon of Canton, Serving as best man was the Ohio. grooms brother, Thomas Gor- Given in marriage by her don of Massillon, Ohio. Ushers father, the-bride wore a floor were Greg Mencer of Bolivar, length gown of chantilly lace Ohio, Kevin McLinden of Can- and polyester sheer. Theqgown ton and Elliot Straus of Por- was fashioned with a Queen tage Lake, Ohio. Ann neckline, long bishop Amstutz Restaurant in sleeves, accordion pleated Novarre, Ohio served the clut. that could be redesigned into skirt front and attached chapel rehearsel dinner and the recep- some type of outfit. Also need- tion was in the church wig, ed are old armed service Sara Arnold fellowship hall. uniforms, as well as nursing Attending the wedding from that uniforms, jackets, robes, com ..etes West Virginia were: Ted and parasols, even petticoats, Alma Greenlief, Wanda and Ar- jewelry, and household items, viii Boggs, Hep, Betty and items Collection day will be Satur- RN exam Willard Wright, Phyllis and Leon Starkey, Leon and Leslie Spon- day between 10a.m. andnoon. Sara S. Arnold has suc- Starkey, Dan, Joyce and Don- itemsD°n°rStoaretheaSkedintersectionst° take theat cessfully completed the state nie Minney, Lisa Greenlief, board examination for Tom, Nancy, Todd and Traci to Main Street. Registered Nurses in West Minney. Anyone unable to transport Virginia. The two-day examina- the goods is asked to call the tion was given in July at Mar- School. school (462-7361, ext. 253)shall University, Huntington. this before Saturday and leave their Sara is a May 1979 graduate name, address, and phone of the Nursing Program at Fair- ling number. Clean yourhouseson mont State College in Fair- ac- us. mont and is presently Stage Linda McKown employed at Cabell- s Dire¢tor of Theatre Huntington Hospital in Hun- tington. Sara, daughter of Mr. and Club meets Mrs. Robert Arnold of Glen- ville, is a graduate of Gilmer the Motion for adjournment was County High School and at- was made by Dena Dunlap. tended Glenvill State College at Seconded by Vicki Buck. Mo- where she was active in Sigma hi, tion passed.Sigma Sigma sorority prior to Annetta Haddox her enrollment in the Nursing for Secretary Program at Fairmont. the a ). Old Got a buck a=d a l lf? You ca= buy up to 25 word= In the WaS DEMOCRAT -PATHFINDER as CLASSIFll~. Call 462-7309 now POp- and really get Tour message held a===. 10 CALVARY CONTROL Complete Exterminating E-Z payments V.A. and F.H.A. approved Insured by Nationwide Ins. Save money and get professional service Jane Lew-884-7881 Sutton 765-2664 Support your local church VOLUNTEER TRANSPORTATION The Senior Citizens Center is looking for volunteer drivers. The Center now pays 20 cents per mile for transportation. Ex- ample--58 miles to Weston from Glenville and back at 20 cents per mile. 58 x 20 equals $11.60. We are short of drivers at the present time. Transportation is only one of the Center's ser- vices but it is one of the most vital; without drivers we can- not provide transportation to those senior citizens who do not own a car or who are no longer able to drive themselves. AUCTION SALE The Gilmer County Senior Citizens will serve food at the Auction Sale at the home of Lucille Reese of Troy on Oc- tober 27 from 9 a.m. till the sale is finished. All donations of hot dogs, hot dog buns, home made chili, potato salad, baked beans, 100 chicken salad sandwiches and 100 ham salad sandwiches, cof.fee, cream, paper plates, cups, napkins, 40 pies and seven cakes. The money raised at this sale will help to pay for the rest of the P. A. System in honor of Sammy Reese, for curtains, duplicating machine, buffer, etc. The new center, when com- pleted, will be for the benefit of all the Senior Citizens of the county so let's dig deep for our donations. If you cannot donate food, please donate some money. Those of you who haven't contributed in the past, please try to help us out on this occasion. Call 462-5149 to leave your name and dona- tion. We will make pick-ups on Friday, October 26. I and R Workers Beverly Pritt Foe as little ¢= $1.50 per week. your =alee mewago will appear mote than 3,750 timea each and every week. Call 482-7309 today ~L~q~li~. your DEMOCRAT Big Auction Sale at Lucille Reese's home behind grade school at Troy, WV, Oct. 27, 1979. Complete listing next week. Auctioneer: Robert J. Butcher October 18, 1979 9- No school Friday October 19 [ .... Evangelist Jerry Cottrell mdthe Jesus Revival Team wgl be at the GHmer County Recreation Center October 25-26-27 7:20 p.m. nightly "Come and believe God for your Miracle" e 0 ,e (;et kn()w it. and the redesigmed fl()nt , ction of y( )ur ph()ne b(x )k can save v Ju a t )t of time. And tr()uble. And money. It's c dled the G)nsumer Telephone (;tilde. And we've made it into the fastest, m()st convellient way for you to get the most flom yotlr telephone. Slmlinv with tile N4d. clear index that tells y()u rivht where to turn fi . hall). F( )r area c(xles. Repair ~.rvice. Moneysaving tips. G)nference c~dls. And a k,t m(,re. All in a clem', easy-t()-read fonnat. The emergency numbers you might need are right up fl(,nt. ()n pare one. And tile rest isn't far behind, becatlse the (;uide packs all its infl)nnati()n into 20 easy- t()-read pa es, lnfl)rmati()n ()n m()re than 40 ph,)nu-related subjects fr()nl l()nR distance dialinR lips T() sh())l cuts thr()uRh tile rest ()f the j)h()ne Ix,)k. "1 here's even a helpful I uide t() under- standing y()ur phone bill. Answers to C( )111111( )1 / (]UeSI I( )llS ;lb( )Lit y()ur ph()ne bill. l'lus s()me very. prac- tic;tl o)nsumer infi)nnation ()n l( )kinR up ph()ne nun/hers, ;llTalt ill,L{ l]eW ,service. basic ser- vice ()pti()ns and SlXecial teleph()ne ,rvices f()r died)led customers. In the end, we expect a lot ()f IX'()l will get to know the front ()f their l)h()ne b