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12 The Glenvl!!e Democrat/ Pathfinder November 4. 1976 Moore, Fisher exchange vows A candlelight ceremony was performed at 6:30 p.m. on Aug. 14 at the First Baptist Church of Weston uniting Jeane Faye Moore and Kenneth Lee Fisher. The Rev. |ohn Lares&apos; officiated the double-ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lunior A. Moore of Glenville. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stanley Fisher of Weston. The bride, given in marriage by by her father, wore a full length gown of white satin. The bodice featured a scoop neckline and empire waist line with full bishop sleeves of imported lace. The montilla style, cathedral length vail was held in place by a lace covered camolet headpiece. She carried a nosegay of white carnations. with dasies, and baby breath, white lace streams tied in love knots. Miss Theresa Riley of Glenviile By Audry Conrad Mr. and Mrs. Clark Carr visited friends and relatives over the week end in Braxton County. Those relatives are: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Robinson, Susie, Mark, Carol, and Kim; John Frashure; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fox, Susie, Patty and Mary of Rock Camp; Mr. Pat Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carr and Mr. and Creek. Aunt Susie is 86. Mrs. Georgia Carr will be visiting Nashville, Tenn. and the Grand O1' Opry, Oct. 27-31. Beverly Marks, and niece, Shirley Tiegate, and family, Judy Miller, and family and Penny Hamrick were on a sight-seeing trip in Florida for ten days. Lula Maxine visi! Weston Bulah:J and The mother, Mr Okey IV Stanley Bal Waugh the her parents and escorted to the alter served as Maid of Honor. ShA wore a  Mrs. Eugene Carr, all of Walkersville: Harold Marks is in training at Goldie and Mrs. Susie Duckworth of Sugar Tulsa, Okla. for 12 days for the past week   company he works for.  Claud f Danny and Gary Hamrick visited formerly  DANCE .: ,. with Mr. and Mrs. I.W. Canfield t Mr and Mr! Nov. 6, 1976 10 PM to 2 AM |  " = o,:<" Rachel Barker is back home, after r at the II W* ,  , h   ,r being in the hospital with a case of flu. m  .....   ..... ,  ' :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: EL TOR O CLUB :. . We are glad to know that Rev. Between BurnsviUe & GienviUe RE. 5 Featurt Robert Jones has returned to his home John Prestori and h Rhythm Riders after being a patient in the hospital at Morgantown. He is some better at this HARRY'S CUSTOM MEATS NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS CALL - MAKE APPOINTMENT SAVE HIGH COST OF FEED BILLS iii!!.$iiiii:;.:;iiiiiiiiiiii!!iiiiiiiii!!i!!iii!iii:....iii?iiiiiiiii!i!!iiiiiiiiiii...i! ,.,,;,,:.-...-.,.,:,.,.-.-.,.,.....,...,.,.-.,.,...,;,.-.......................................................................: :::::::: : WILL iii CUT ii! YOUR MEAT 11 mR FREEZER Ii LOCATED 189 MAIN STREET SUTTON, WEST VIRGINIA 765-5988- HOME 765-7887 HARRY AND NANCY FUME Mrs. Jean Moore Fisher full length gown of blue nylon print with a high neckline and cape. She wore a matching picture hat with white gloves. The bridesmaids were Roberts Fisher, sister of the groom, and Shanda Caste, both of Weston. Roberts wore a full length gown of green nylon print with high neckline and cape. She wore a matching picture hat with white gloves. Shanda wore a full length gown of pink nylon print with a high neckline and cape. She also wore a matching picture hat with white gloves. The, maid of honor and bridesmaids carried nosegays of daisies and baby breath with streamers to match their gowns. The groom was dressed in white-tailed tux with his boutineer matching the brides nosegay. The best man was William Mick of Glenville and ushers were Phil Rasfle of Glenville and Authur Ausberry of Strausburg, Vs. They were attired in blue tuxes trimed with black with shirts matching the gowns of the brides attendants. Their boutineers were white carnations. The mother of the bride wore a street length dress of light blue with white accessories. Her coursage was a white caranations with a pale blue ribbon. The mother of the bride wore a street length dress of blue with white accessories. Her coursage was of a white carnation with a blue ribbon. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY- Beer te-(. including real estate. Price $21,500. 26V ACRES close to Glenville eDV,ay. HOWARD ST. -2 BR, close tt t=twntown. Price $9,500. Ne w Listings RT 5 - River Lot above Sand Fork, beautiful place for home or fishing camp. Price $5,600. LETTER GAP-19.5 acres potential commerical site, front Rt. 33 and 119. Call for details RT. 47-44 acres, old house, near Cox's Mills. Price $16,900. STEWAS CREEK-19 acres, hilltop view, beautiful building site. Price $10,000. JOBS RUN-84 acres, timber, hunting, accessible. Price $11,900. HOUSE TRAILER-older trailer with 2BR, bath, living room. Price $1,900. CALHOUN COUNTY-5 acres, camp site, road frontage. Price $2,000. CROOKED FORK-3 acres, building site, electricity available. Price $1.900. KANAWHA DRIVE-Beautifully designed and decorated 4 BR home, many extras. Price $74,900. Rt. 5-one stow, 3 BR home, extra big lot. Price $17,500. 132 ACRES - Remodeled home, timber, Price $40,000.00 415 KANAWHA ST. - Modern 3BR home, corner lot. Price $34,500.00 50 ACRES - Remodeled 9 room home, FREE GAS. Price $46,000.00 314 N. LEWIS ST. - 6 rooms, 2 lots. Price $12,500.00 100 ACRES - Calhoun Co. ridge land. FREE GAS. Price $34,000.00 30 ACRES - Timber, hunting, building site. Price $5,000.00 98 ACRES -4 BR home, level meadow. Price $33,500,00 97 ACRES - FREE GAS, Building site. Timber. Price $27,900.00 GRASS RUN - One-half acre building lot. Price $2,875.00 GRASS RUN - 1 3/4 acres super building lot. Price $500.00 CEDAR CREEK - 3 BR mobile home, garage, call for details 407 DOLLIVER ST. - 5 BR home nice lot. Price $19&,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-0.00 104 ACRES - Timber and hunting. Priced right at 12,800.00 71 ACRES - House, good hunting area. Price $12,000.00 " McPHERSON REAL ESTATE 973 Mineral Rd. Glenville, WV 28351 TOM SON, BROKi - Ph. 462-8819 MARY LEE MCPHERSON, AGENT - Ph. 462-8819 GREG NICHOLSON, SALESMAN Pn. 442-8664 JIMMIE L. FrrZWATI, AGENT- 462-7138 time. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Adams, were: Mr. and Mrs. Marion Adams, and Ronnie, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Adams, all of Salem, WV; Maxine Elder Kevins and Pare; Eugene Shannon, and Mrs. Linda Hatfield, Lois, Sharon and Danny, all of Parkersburg; Wade. Jean and Donna Adams; Charolet and James, Dedie and Stacy; Margarete Patton, Charlene and Sunny of Harrisville, and Claud Adams of Linn. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shackleford, Michael and Joseph were visiting Toots Shackleford of Cox's Mills. Jasper Allman of Charleston was a weekend guest of Mrs. Vada Zinn and family. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Page Ware were: Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ware and Anokea, and Mr. and Mrs, Adrian Adams, Beverly and Beth of Parkersburg. Mrs, Glenna Mowyers of Troy, Naoma Collins of Newberne and Toots Shackleford of Cox's Mills were visiting SteUa Simmons of Cox's Mills on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Hayward Childers and Carolyn Buchana of Elizabeth, WV, called on Toots Shackleford, Russel and Irene Ware, Page and Reba Ware and All and Thelma Shackleford of Cox's Mills, on Sunday, Oct. 17. Jeanette Moore, sister of the bride registered guests. At the organ Mrs. Carol Moneypenny, of Weston. played the traditional wedding songs. Tom Flasher of Weston played the guitar and sang "Time In A Bottle", "Wedding Song", and instrumental "Stair Way to Heaven". A reception followed afterwards in the Fellowship Hall of the church. Serving the punch and cake were Judy Fisher, sister-in-law of the groom, and Robert Campbell of Rolls, Missouri. The bride is a 1973 gradute of Gilmer County High School. She attended Glenville State College and is presently employed as a dental assistant at the Gilmer County Dental Clinic. The groom is a 1971 graduate of Lewis County High School and is presently a senior at Glenville State College where he is majoring in Biology. He is also a member of Tau Kappa Epilson Fraternity. Following a wedding trip to Virginia Beach, VA, the couple reside at Pine Manor Apartments in Glenville. Lay Away Now for Christmas One 10 i Two h0 I Three r i trios y eepsaJ beauty and quality. Keepsake collectl0 1 designed bY I CAPLANS JEWEL i cOMPLETE DIAMOND YOUR AUTHORIZED FAbl-iOn Just recieved a shipment of Sweaters and Jeans ocztef 212 2 Main Street, Glenville, West Virginia 26351 THE G.E.D. TEST (FOR HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY DIPLOM BEING GIVEN AT THE CALHOUN-GILMER CAREER CEN November 8-9, 1976 (Men. t Tues.) December 13-14, 1976 (Men.  Tues.) January 10-11, 1977 (Men.  Tues) February 7-8, 1977 {Men.  Tues.) March 7-8, 1977 (Men.  Tues.) April 18-19, 1977 (Men. 8. Tues.) May 9-10, 1977 (Men  Tues.) June 6-7, 1977 (Men. t Tues.) Each first day 8:15 a.m. " Each second day 8:30 a.m. Fee: $7.00 Entire Test $1.50 Each Retest Anyone 19 years or older and who does not have a high school dipl "d to take the G.E.D. Test. Persons 17 or 18 call the Career Cente f: information. The Career Center is open daily to those who want to prepare fat Test. Please write or call the Center the week before the scheduled to take the test. For Further information contact: Mrs. Judy Kerns Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center Rt. 318 Box 42A Grantsvilla, WV 26147 , Phone: 354-6151