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"': : i!i : those present for Carrie Nutter's 100th birthday row), Lena Grace Rogers, Carrie Nutter, Herman ; and (back row) Robert Nutter, Ernestine Sigman, Erma Madeline Greenleaf, and Rachel Burke. Gerwig Nutter of 524 Rd., Akron, Ohio, for- af Cedarville, celebrated birthday on Saturday, 15 at the Goodyear Park in Her birthday was Seven of her children for the special oc- Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Rogers, Mr. and (Emestine) Sig- Mr. and Mrs. Glen Chaplin, of Akron, and Mrs. Arden Greenleaf of Balti- Mr. and Mrs. Burke, Jr. of Ce- Mr. and Mrs. Robert if Franklin, Indiana, and Mrs. Herman Nutter of Mrs. Vernon (Grace Wycliff) Sommerville, Mr. and Mrs. Everett (Freda Wycliff) Ross, Many of her friends attended the dinner and open house. Dr. Charles Billington, Pastor of the Akron Baptist Temple, asked the blessings upon the dinner and the occasion. Oreka Rogers, Jane Modis- baugh of Bristol, Clayton Seal, Bradford Seal, and John Daniel Seal of Clarksburg visited their Aunt Carrie Nutter on October 9. of Her fifteen were Present: Mr. Paul (Suzanne Rogers) Mr. and Mrs. Roger Mr. and Mrs. Gary ,'Greg Chaplin, Mr. and (Karen Sigman) Jef- and Bruce Ohio; Mr. and Sigrnan of Austin, Nutter of Wooster, and Bradford of Baltimore, Mary- Chaplin of Troy, and Mrs. Ted (Jean Jackson of Grantsville, and Mrs. Lanny (Judy of Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Jo (Ann were unable to of her thirteen great- were present: Lindsey, and Rachel lan Kirsten Chap- Jeffery of Akron, Michelle and Sarah of Grantsville; and Sigman of Austin, Nutter of Woos- and Julia, Teresa, and oyers of Cedarville ,le to attend. :nieces and nephews such a gala occasion r. and Mrs. Martin Utter) Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Bill (Betty ,onley of Bridgeport, t (Gerwig) Bodkin of Virginia, Mrs. Doris Wilmoth of LaGrange, ;. Marguerite (Gerwig) of Morgantown, and (Gerwig) Stewart town. Mr. and Mrs. Coberly of Glenville, Mrs. Charles Norris, Bea Noris of Toledo, Its. Lilly (Gerwig) i, Ashland, Ohio, Janie a) Howard, James L and Margaret Maurer of LaGrange, C an Quality g at an Priq 8:30-5.'00 8.' 12.'30 Amy Jo to Brl Landon Fil Mr. and Mrs. Brock Stewart of Shock announce the forth- coming marriage of their only daughter, Amy Jo to Bruce Lan- don Fitzwater, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fitzwater of Glenville. The bride is a 1987 graduate of Gilmer County High School and is now a junior attending Glenville State College, major- ing in Math and En .glish educa- tion. The groom is a 1984 graduate of Gilmer County High School and a 1986 Graduate of GlenviLle State College. He is presently a Loan Officer at Ka- nawha Union Bank of Glenville. The exchange of vows will take place, Saturday, December 31 at the Rosedale Baptist Church in Rosedale at 2:00 p.m. A reception will be held imme- diately following the ceremony in the church basement. The bride and groom and their parents would like to ex- Amy Jo Stewart tend an open invitation to those wishing to attend. "all Mrs. Nutter is the daughter of the late Frederick Gerwig. She is the only surviving member of her immediate family of seven half-brothers and two half-sis- ters. Her age has surpassed all the others at their time of death. Her husband, Arthur Nutter died in August 1954. Mrs. Nutter traveled to Balti- more, Maryland, Franklin, Indi- ans, and to West Virginia this Leaders of the Gilmer County Farm Bureau returned home from the organization's state meeting with honors. Pictured above is Gilmer County President, Loren McCartney, Secre- tary, Pearl McCartney; and State President, Fred Butler. Gilmer County Farm Bureau received four West Virginia Farm Bureau Gold Star Awards for: Outstanding Membership Achievement in 1988, Meeting Quota on Time; Policy Develop- ment and Administration. Gilmer County also received three Silver Stars for: Public Affairs, Women's Committee Work, and Service to Members. Cowbirds make no nest. They lay their eggs in the nests of other birds. year. Turners She still does some quilt)ng, sewing, crochetihg,'hiii] annoUnce'birtlt jig-saw puzzles. Mrs. Nutter received many nice gifts, plus a birthday card from President Ronald Reagan and Nancy. She was also pic- tured on the Good Morning America Program on television, October 26. It was a superb evening to spend with this wonderful lady, old, but yet so young! Ian Christopher Turner, son of J. Mark and Natalie Turner, was born December 1, 1988. He was welcomed home by his brother, Zachary McClendon Turner. The family resides in Lincoln, Nebraska. J. Mark is the son of Mrs. By- ron Tuner of Glenville. Kid's Carousel Boutique E. Main St. is Having a Clearance Sale on all children's clothing, shoes, accessories 20/,-60% OFF We also have handmade crafts and homemade candy is available upon request Now opeh u &d;i lhe j:na:e:e nt of We have remodeled at the same location 14 N. Lewis St. Phone 462-7454 Open 4 p.m. to 12 midnight WATCH FOR k om from Pint Olfce.Glawle 462.a055 Christmas Cards 1989 Calendars Lots of New Cassettes & CD's NEW MOVIES Wiilow-E.T.-Return to Snowy River-Three Men & A Baby -Colors-For Keeps-The Seventh Sign-Best Seller-Vice Versa-Critters il--Dead Heat-Ghoulles II-Jack's Back- Masquerade-Beet lejulce-Cop-Above The Law-Bright Lights, Big City-Frantic-Lady In White-Stand & Deliver-Biloxl Blues-Dudes-Weeds & Lots of Holiday Mevles New Books by Stephen King-The Tommyknockers Danlelle Steel-Kaleidoscope Clive Cussler-Treasure Im II from December 15, 1988 until January 3, 1989, so that all records and accounts can be brought fully up to date and the Sheriff's settlement can be made. Anyone requiring business with the sheriff's office before January 3, 1989 needs to do so before December 15, 1988. Victor R. Kirkpatrick Sheriff , Midtown Gil-Co Pharmacy & Minnich Flori= You t the Sun., Dec. 11 from 12-6 p.m. Join The Spirit of Fashion, Midtown Clothing, Gil-Co Pharmacy & Minnich Florist for a Special Day of Christmas Shopping I Midtown M ichFlori Clothing I[ II is Offering [] isOffering 11 t l Low Pricesand II Refreshments, II It a Big Selection of II Free Gift Wrap & II t l Flowers, Plants II 0-40*/0 Off Everythinglt [,~ in the Store It _ is Offering I I ]l Refreshments, II I1 Free Gift Wrap& 11 II 10./0 Off Everything II in, eS,ore (Open 2-6