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November 11, 1976

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8 The Glenvlile Democrat/ Patinder November 11, 1976 Furr, Shackleford wed in Linn Cathy Annette Furr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James D. Smith of New Windsor, Maryland, was married to James J. Shackleford, son of Mr. and Mrs, H.W. Shackleford of Linn, in a candlelight ceremony performed at 7 p.m. Oct. 23, at the Upper Ellis United Methodist Church by Rev, Robert Jones. Escorted to the altar by her father and given in marriage by her mother and father, the bride was attired in a full length gown of silk organza, with a high neckline and sheer bell sleeves. The bodice featured a sheer yoke with ruffle trim of beaded reembroidered Alencon lace accenting the sleeves and full circle skirt sweeping back to a chapel train. Her 3 tier veil of silk illusion was held in by a half crown covered in Alencon lace with pearl accents. She carried a bouquet of minature white carnations, yellow roses, and baby&apos;s breath. The attendant's gowns were styled with an A-line skirt, a sweetheart neckline, and long sheer sleeves. Maid-of-honor was Miss Vickie Kirkpatrick, cousin of the bride. Vickie was attired in a fall print of chiffon over yellow taffeta. Brides- maids were Mrs. Sharon Finch and Mrs. Susan Duerr, sisters of the bride. Sharon was attired in a fall print of chiffon over orange t effete. Susan was attired in a fall print of chiffon over green taffeta. Each wore a bouquet of orange and yellow taurus. Flower girl was Miss Debbie Lamb, neice of the bridgroom. Debbie was attired in a Speed Q. e'Gibson Zenith Washers Refrigerators Televisions See the Zenith Color Sets on display. We install and service all sales. RHOADES PLUMBING 8r FURNITURE 15 Powell St. Glenville Phone 462-7355 WE SERVICE ONLY WHAT WE SELL WATER WELL SERVICE. Myers Pumps Sales & Servuce DRILLING CLEANING OUT H.K. 'Nip' Frymier Tanner, W.Va. Phone 462-8992 llllllllilllllmmlllllnmiillmmll IiInnll mlllllililll T.V. SERVICE i,,I Coupon Good for S2. On Any TV Service Work --iak's ;11 Ill Antenna Boosters Installed And Repaired m Free Out of Town t..m Sutton Electronw.s t : Main Street. Sutton - Phone 765-5782 : lilmmm!Immmmmm m m mm jum mmm!i i n !Imam qlm m m unnnn g || II ' Richard Dick Stalnaker yellow gown and carried a white' basket of mums matching the attendant's bouquets. Best man was James W. Montgomery, brother-in-law of the bridegroom. Ushers were David Pierce and James Smarr. Ring bearer was Mark Montgomery, nephew of the bridegroom. The bride's mother wore a floor length, mint reen knit dress, trimmed in silver, and a corsage of miniature white carnations. The mother of the bridegroom wore a floor length, blue knit dress trimmed in white and a corsage of miature white carnations. Traditional music was presented by Miss Martha Villers. Miss Becky Villers attended the guest register, Assisting with the reception hold in the church basement were Mrs. James Montgomery and Mrs. Ella May Tomey, sisters of the bridegroom, Mrs, James Smith, sister-in-law of the bride, and Miss Becky Kirkpatrick. cousiu of the bride. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Philip Brake of Damascus, Md, Miss Debhie Rhoderick of Mt. Airy, Md, Miss Sally Murphy,of ljamsville, Md, Miss Teresa Saylor and Mr. and Mrs. James Finch, of Frederick, Md, Miss Sharon Burrier, Miss Patsy Burrier, and Miss Krissie Smith of Union Bridge, Md, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Duerr of New Windsor, Md, and Miss La Celle Long of Massilon, Ohio. The couple reside at Glenville. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Mrs. Virginia Mathers of Homer, W.Va. visited her cousin Mrs. Harold {Lana} Gibson of Elizabeth, W.Va. They attended Miss Opal Weaver's funeral. All are former Gilmor County folks. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Townsend of Glenville, proudly announce the birth of their first child, Jonathan Michael on Oct. 26, at the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital in Weston. He Frazee is the former Ethel Carol Thomason. The father is employed at City Window Cleaners, Clarksburg. The maternal grandmother is Mrs. Lovey Thomason of Troy. The baby was delivered by Lewis A. Almase M.D. Mrs. Sada Wright celebrated her 89th birthday. Sunday, Oct. 24, at the Kanawha Drive Community Building with a family dinner. Puts it all tog Life Health 01 Home Save time and money, Copies of each week's Glenviile Democrat are available at Community Super Market, Sum- mers Pharmacy, The Grill, Conrad's Motel, GSC Bookstore, Pioneer Grocery, Superette, Go-Mart Food Store, The Towne Bookstore and Gilmer Graphics, Inc. 00EW.Si00IPEitS Located 0 Nationwide Mutual I Nationwide Mutual Nationwide Life Home Oo I ooe ee e'eoeeoe oeooeo eeooee4)eeeeeeoea@ o ! : You won't need the "new math" to " out the advantages of these Metro : fixed income annuities which can teachers and others who are ( : with a monthly income as Ion : Metropolitan annuities are es " attractive to teachers and other : of public schools and to'employeeS ,C&PTelephone Reminder! Open 6 Days A Week Monday Thru Saturday 8 A.M. To 5 P.M. Bumsville Hardware 853-2765 W.Va,; Mrs. Ruth Dodd, Mr. Brian Milt, Clarksburg, W.Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Millord Jackson, Clarksburg, W.Va.; Mr, and Mrs. Joe Shaffer, Salem, W.Va,; Mr. Arden Curry, Kevin and Robin, Mrs. Rachel Curry, Mrs. Viola Williams, Mrs. Ted Greenlief, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starkey, Mrs. Leslie Starkey and Stacy, Mr. and Mrs. Averill Boggs, Mr. Charles Curry, Mr. and Mrs. Lorous Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Wright and Willard Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lydick and Barbara all of Glenville. Misses Helen and Tammy Stout of 429 North Court St, in Glenville have returned home after a flight to Fort Lauderdale, Fla. where they were visiting their grandmother Mrs. Faye Moyers and other relatives, Mrs. Ed Manuel, formerly of Gilmer County and sow of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. has grown a 12 foot high tomato plant. The plant, which is just now starting to ripen is growing in the Manuel's back yard. Mrs. Manuel is a sister of Mrs. Eugene Stout of Glenville. Mr. and Mrs. WiLlard Ellyson of Jesse Run, near Tanner are vacationing in the Hawaiian Islands for two weeks. I" At no point in any of the 56 short stories and four novels that Arthur Conan Doyle wrote about his famous de- tective does Sherlock Holmes say "Elementary, my dear Watson." FA:)l-iOn Just recievecl a shipment of Sweaters and Jeans 2121/2 Main Street, Glenville, West Virginia 26351 I<:::::::::: K::=:=:::: I:=:::=::1 l........d Harlem Wizards vs Glenville Exhibition Bas ketball Game and Glenville State College Friday, November 12, 1976 at $1.00 Everyone ............ * Ellysons His Formally Gene's For appt call I I would like to 1 people of Gilmer I supporhng my ca the office of Magi In the next four I do my best to serve Sincerely, John G. Right in the front of your phone book is the Call Guide. And it's packed with all kinds of information about your phone. Useful infonnation tlmt can ,we you time and mone: Like when and how to place the least expensive long distance calls. A complete list of area cxles, too. So you won t have to bother dialing for that information. Read "Telephone Tips" and learn a lot of ways to use your phone more efficiently. IAke what to do if you reach a wrong number (let the operator know immediately ) you won't be charged fi)r it). Or how to save money when you move (get all your extensions installed at once and ve the cost of extra visits by the installer). The Call Guide m tell you what numbers to call in emergencies, how t() send telegrams or what to d()alx)ut un,)lidted calls. "lhke advantage of the Call Guide. X)u'll ve right fi'()m the Ixgmning. Save . from the begmnmg. weighed 8 lbs. and was 21 inches long. Those attending were: Mr. and The paternal grandparents are ,. Mrs. John Anderson, Rainelle, W.Va.; HUNTER B. BEALL, JR. .,   : and Mrs. Marple Townsend of' :" Mrs. Dessie Giboney, Sherry Giboney 813 Grand Central Avenue ' : ..... "' ' ..... " " ............. " ........ :F,maternalgrandp; :l Mr. and Mrs.,, Lloyd Wflk. Denise, . Vienna, W.Ve. 26106 " hes t express Office: (304} 295-4581 Wis o his sincere gratitude Mr. andMrs. JohnSmarr i)Orene and Donna all of Clcveland, ,, --_- ?  Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wright, Re=idencel304)2p63 to the voters of Oilmer County :: Mr. and Mrs, Milford Elishh Middletown, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Roger 1 Frazee of Troy announce the birth df Woodword, Linda Wright, Anita O for their continued confi dence in ! their second child, a daughter, on Oct. Duckett and Bill of Alexandria. Vs.: o 21, at 8:24 a.m., in Stonewall Jackson Mrs. Lena Woodword, Castleton, Va.; g 'li i -electm" m as Assessor. Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Curry and Lisa Where is ,rre She weighed 7 lbs. 12 oz. and has of Vienna, W.Va. ' .... ---------"--'-' "" been named Jennifer Florence. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arden Bee. Grafton, : Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, N.Y., N. Y. most non-profit charitable, scientific, literary and religious organizations because of special income tax provisions Call today.