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and H.R. Church 16 for the uniting in Sue Greynolds. Larry W. Pork and Harry son of Mrs. Sand Fork. officiated. Miss piano music Linda Adkins, by Sue m marriage by to the altar smith received here of Smith, 87, of died Thursday, Jackson Weston, after a Gilmer County. William Aaron and was a Creek Baptist five daughters, ,0., CMoe Jones of Weston, and Louise four sons. both of Harrisville and one brother, O. and one of Dixie; 35 great-grandchfl- lchil- in death by her Smith, two and three Were Sunday, Funeral Home, John Lares in Stalnaker experts shortages kept in the barn, it to do the Geographic L hank robberT in 1798 in for $116,000. at in green. a hundred National require 21/2 diets than says. Precision sd to give you automatically weds H by her father, was attired in a full-length, fitted gown of white jersey polyester, designed with a rounded neck line. and full bishop sleeves, accented with double lace-covered ruffles. Her Finger-tip veil of sheer illusion fell from a face-framing cap of white flowers. She carried a bouquet of daisies, pempoms and baby's breath. The gown was designed and made by the bride's aunt, [lene Brenwald. Mrs. Pamela Gainer of Grantsville served her sister as Maid of Honor, attired in a full length multi-colored gown and yellow hat. Her bouquet was of yellow daisies and pompoms. Miss Robin Renee Montgomery, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery was flower girl. Howard Sumpter served his brother as best man. Ushers were Larry, Jr., Robert and Charles Greynolds, brothers of the bride. Kenneth Ray Sumpter, nephew of the groom was ring bearer. Following the ceremony, a lawn reception was held at the home of the bride. Kirn Dean, Mary Kay Hunt, Shelly Adolphson and Ruth Ann Kirkpatrick served cake and punch. Helping with the reception were Janette Dean, Ilene Brenwald, aunts of the bride, and Peggy Edwards, Mrs. Jack Pegg decorated a special table and chairs for the bride and groom. The bride, a graduate of Gilmer County High School, is a junior at West Virginia University, majoring in Dental Hygiene. The groom, also a graduate of Gilmer County High School is a senior at West Virginia Univeretiy, majoring in Industrial Engineering. The couple reside in Morgantown. Out of town guests were from Ohio. Maryland, Virginia and Horida. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Howard O. Ware Funeral services were held last Monday at Spurgeon Mortuary, for Howard O. Ware, 92, of Cox's Mills, who died at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Sponaugle of Troy, with whom he resided. Burial was in Horn Creek Baptist Church cemetery. He was born in Gilmer County, son of the late Joseph and Mary Wesffall Ware. was a member of Cox's Mills United Methodist Church. was a retired employee of Hope Natural Gas Survivors include his wife, LiUie Bush of Princeton; three sons. Russell and Page, both of Cox's Mills and Jewell of Clarksburg; three daughters, Thelma Shackleford and Elizabeth Shacldeford: one step-daughter, Juanita Keister of Western 13 grandchildren: and 27 great-grand- children. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Laura Frances Brown Ware, one daughter, three brothers, three sisters and two grandsons. merrt 9 to I Saturday HEARING TEST SET FOR G LE W. VIRGINIA E ctronic hearing test be liven at the Conrad Hotel ta GlenvUie each third Wednesday of the mmnth from 2 p.m. to4 p.m. by Mr. Kemper Hyre, Certified Iiesrin| Aid Audiologist. BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICE 442-15. W. Pike Nt CLm'ksburg, W.Va. 26301 System Troy, WV IIIIII IIII If you wi=h to have personal mmounommmts pub.tbed here, please se=d them to Edlto, GlenvUle Democrat. Glmvffie, WV 26,351. Merely print, type or write clearly your vidl, birth, amdvecsax , other family sews, or call it in [462-7~), amd we will be hapi to write up the article ud it at no char . 9t ce/e ates Ikirtldetr A birthday dinner in honor of Mrs. Gertie King, 91, was held at the Greealief camp on Lower Big Run on Sunday, October 19. Those children present were Mrs, Artie Greenlief of Clendenin; Mrs. Alta Butcher of Warren, Ohio, Mrs. Roxie Bush of Cox's Mill: Mrs. Blanche Cox of Troy, and Everett King of Triadelphia. Also attending were Mrs. Ava Wagner of Bey Village, Ohio; Cary Heckert of Weston; and Carl Heckert of Cox's Mill sister and brothers of Mrs. King. Other relatives and friends attending were: Mrs. Stelma Osborn; Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Ball: Mrs. Wanda Gould: Mrs. Gay Heckert; Doyle Heckert; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gwinn, Janet. David and Bill; Mrs. Nancy Fuller; Paul Cox, Linda and Arden: Mr. and Mrs. Clyde COx, lanice and loyce; Mr. and Mrs. Avon Cox, Rebecca, Robin, Ronnie and Robbie; Roger Cox; Karen Cox; Ken Sparks; Buell Bush; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bush, Tina and Marcia: Mr. end Mrs. Duane Bush; Jenny Butcher and Eddie; Mary Butcher; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Butc r and children; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lloyd, Dorothy, Donna, and Darlene; Mrs. Everett King; Mr. and Mrs. Gary King; Herbert Wagner; Mr. and Mrs. Arnett Wagner, Tim, Dabble, Tammy and Miriam; Mr. and Mrs. Orval Cart and Karen: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Workman, Susie and Robin; Mr. and Mrs. Bffi Childress, Marry, Bruce, Susan and Beth; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Rowland; Miss Mary Lee ICLrkpatrick; Mr. and Mrs. Gaff Kirkpatxlck and Michelle; Mrs. Lucflla Butler: and Mrs. Loretta McElwee and Sonya. Oiwdl plus bw Lib A New Life Mission is planned for Trimly United Methodist Church November 9-13. The speaker will be Roy. Robert P. Johnson, pastor of St. Andrews United Matho&'st Church. Parkersburg. There will be worship .services each evening at 7:30 pro. as welt stmly, and fellowship. Special activities are p)anned for chih:Lren and youth. Fomer Couty res/&m ce/et te SOfll u ersary Lonnie and CeUa CeUIms Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Collins, formerly of Gilmer County, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at an open house in their honor in cothe. O. on August 31. hosted at their home by their children and grandchildren. Mr. Collins of Lawford and the former Celia Erwin of Newberne were married September 2, 1925 in the Methodist Church Parsonage in Troy. Rev. Otto Howell performed the ceremoney during which Mr. Collins' sister, Nellie Erwin and James Marion Allman (now deceased} were also married. Mr. Collins, a barber in Chfllicothe since 1928, and Mrs. Collins have six childrem Mrs. Fred (Mary) Wldtten, Mrs. William (Annabelle} Sheets, Mrs. Jake {Vera} DePugh, all of Chillicothe; Mrs. Ronald {Joann} Van Buskirk, Mrs. Gary {Naomi} Bethel, both of Circleville, O.: and James W. Collins of Denison, Texas. They have 15 grandchildren and three greet- grandchildren. Area relatives who attended the celebration were: Mrs. Nellie Allman of Cox's Mills, Mr. and Mrs. William Erwin and Deborah of Glenville; Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey and family of Linm and Mr. and Mrs. Adren AUman and family of Vienna. The County's Best Bargain a year's Pathfinder. Just $5.15 for in-county residents. Call 462-7309 today. Strai, =ht From Your Power Company QUEWrlON: I hear that some utilities don't pay any taxes. What about Monongahela Power? ANSWF.JR: Like you, we must pay all legally required taxes and, like you, we conform to all tax regulations and make careful use of legally permitted deductions. We are NOT exempt from paying taxes. In 1974, 12'/= cents of every dollar we received from our customers went to pay taxes, and the total tax bill amounted to $16.2 million. That included state gross sales taxes, property taxes and federal income taxes. The 1974 total was $4.6 million greater than in 1970... up more than 40%. In addition, some 40 municipalities in West Virginia levy varying sales taxes and other special taxes on customers' electric bills. In 1974, these municipal taxes amounted to over $1.1 million--more than twice the amount for 1970. The Company must collect these taxes and tum them over to the respective municipality. As long as Monongahela's tax bills keep going up--along with all the other costs of doing business--the cost of electricity will keep going up. For more information on how inflation af- fects our business and the price you pay for electricity, please write to our Customer Services Department. Nonon ahehtw Power Part of the Allegheny Po er System n October 23, 1975 The Glenville Democrat/Pathflndm. 9 Mrs. Kathryn Heenan of Mans- Zura Workman of Minerva, O. field, O. recently visited Leth~ Yerkey recently visited her hrother ~nd and Miss Yerkey accompanied her sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ~lie cousin to Baltimore, Md. where they Beall of Pricetown, Lewis Co. .,~.~: ..... r ~r and Mrs. John H. Yerkey, Mr. azld Mcs. Clayton Larrimore, Mr. and Mrs. Woodford Short, and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hicks. They were also house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mills of Mt. Storm. They were joined there by Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Woodford of Vienna, Va. and Mrs. T. E. Brooks and Sam of SissonviUe. Recent callers of Miss Yerkey were Robert Gay and Mike Campbell of Philadelphia, Pa. and State Policeman Larry Wildman of Hundred. Cornelius Williams of Huntington, son.in-law of Jesse Luzader of Glenville, was elected president of the National Rehabilitation Association at their national convention in Cincinnati, O. on October 14. Mr. Williams is a graduate of Glenville State CoHeRe. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Norman were recently visited by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Denver Norman of Southgate. Calif. Also visiting were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Southward of Marion, O. tf you have "Personals'you want published, telephone them in (42-7309) or rr~il to Editor, Glenville Democrat, Glenville, WV 26351. No charge. Mrs. Mim3_ie Hoffm n has returned to her home in after spending six weeks sister and brother-in-law, Mr. Mrs. Charles Porter of Glenvflle. Recent guests of the Port included their son John Edd andjhie grandsons, Robert, 4, and C topl r, 20 months (sons of Mr. and] . Robert Porter of ManntnRton}; Mr. Mrs. John E. Porter Jr. and son E. Porter III, all of Manningten; and A, James Manchin, who was a dicer guest last Sunday. Charles Jack Porter has ent nd the Veterans A ration Ho tal in Clarksburg for observation and treatment. tS TO ~RV TI~ ~F.MI~RG TffA I I II I I II I~ FARM SALE The fdlowing property will be offered for sale at Pubtic Auction on 8oturd~, October 25, 111"/5 m 1.'00 PM. m the residence of the late Berkley Fleeher. '. ~Jotntng m of ~rf~e lard sit,ted three miles north of Troy, and lY~ off Rt 18, Troy-West Union Roed on the wuter8 of tittle Cram, known an tl~ Berkley Ruher Farm. One tnJct conshrting of 165.16 acres with two story frame houu ~dth free gl~, good cut stone odler =rid other berne and outbuildings. One tract consisting of 105.80 ocr~. Excellent building Iocmtio~ One tract consisting of JB9 acres which ha= drilling which would make an hunting esm? or summer cottag Each tract will be sold seperet~y then entire property sotd together. Will ~41 ~my it bdngl most m