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Section A Scott, GaryMoon wed Isenhart, Knotts wed at Ce00rville by Nlra Alltop Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hindershot of Parkersburg are proud to announce the birth of their first chilck a son, born Nov. 29. The name chosen is Nathan Stuart. The mother is the former Iantce Sprouse. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lytle Sprouse of Steer Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas ]ames and family recently viisited Mr. and Mrs. Willard Smith on Lick Fork. The ]ames are from Elyria, Ohio. A revival meeting will begin at the Upper Steer Run Baptist Church Dec. 26 at 7 p.m. Elder Charles Fisher is the pastor. Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Alltop from Permsboro spent last weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mm. Harlen Alltop on Steer Run. December 9, 1976 The Glenville Democrat/ Pathfinder 7 Mr. and Mrs. Mae Scott and Gary united in marriage Nov. 20, in a at The Potter's of the bride's father, is the daughter of Mr. Christie Scott of r of Mr. Scott and Mrs. M. late M. E. Worloy, The bridegroom is and Mrs. Delmar Moon and the grandson of Harry S. Staats of Dean of Student Statl Collese, ceremony, Costen of Norfolk, the service with following the Norman Anderson fr upon Tyne, England, wedding address, weddings from the the studio was whRe tapers in five and arrange gladioli, carnations, mist, and greenery. of the bride, lit to the ceremony, the ceremony, Mrs. a program of by th traditional As part of the Lowell Weekley. written by Anderson, and "The re Sinking." escorted by her father by her parents, gown of white with a high empire waistline beoidered lace and lace. ) sleeves Over her wrists. The fell from pleats to form a fan shape. veil of vs attached to a Uara pearls. She wore a a from the i white Bible, rIn. The Bible was nestled in an Scotch mist. trailing ivy. attended her honor. She wore a apricot caressable hish ruffle collar, sleeves. She of carnations of Washington as best man. Christie Scott, Jr., dtha bride. Parkershurg. of the bride wore a of brawn and beige s mother was Gary E. Moon attired in an apricot ensemble. Each mother wore a corsage of yellow carnations tipped with autumn gold. Following the ceremony, the bride's parents entertained with a reception at their home on Mineral Road. The bride's table, covered with an imported white damask cloth, was centered with a three-tiered wedding cake decorated with mums in autumn colors and topped with the traditional wedding bells. The cake was surrounded with white carnations and Scotch mist in trailing ivy and flanked by two five-branched candelabra, holding white tapers. After the traditional cutti of the cake by rOr cake service was assumed by Mrs. George Warren Scott of Richlands, Virginia, aunt of the bride. Miss Chris Weakley of Elizabeth attended the bride's book. When Mr. and Mrs. Moon left for an undisclosed wedding trip, the bride wore a suit of rust knit with the orchid lifted from her bridal bouquet. The new Mrs. Moon, a 1975 cure lauds graduated of Glenvilla State College, is employed by Villers Motors in Parkersburg. Mr. Moon, a 1976 graduate of Parkersburg Community College, is presently employed by K-Mart in Parkersburg. Following a shot wedding trip. the couple are residing in Parkersburg. Register now for WVU graduate courses All persons wishing to register for WVU's Off Campus graduate courses may do so unKl Jan. 3, 1977. After that date. a late registration fee will be charged. Course schedules are now available at the West Virginia University Extension Office in the Gflmer County Court House Annex. {telephone 462-7061} Two new classes to be offered at Jackson's Mills next semester will be t German 292 - Our Cultural Heritage, 200 years of German-American Relations; and English 391-Approaches t Teaching Cemposition. to Interested persons who wish t additional information should contact , Dr. Helga Shay, Jackson's Mill 1 Graduate Center, P. O. Box 429, Weston, WV. 26452. Jl PICTURE FRAMING dND HEAR LA VERNE TRIPP'S IEVIVAL A T THE GILMER CO. RECREATION CENTER DEC. 10, 1976 TIME: 7:30 p.m. A free will offering EVER YONE WELCOME! Connie Sue Runyon, Ed Starcher to wed Mr. and Mrs. Denzil D. Runyon, of Lockney, announce the engagement of their eldest daughter, Connie Sue, to Mr. Jack Edward Starcher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stercher, of Stumptown. Miss Runyon, is a 1976 graduate of Gilmer County High School. She is presently enrolled in the Business and Office Education course at the Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center. Mr. Ste rcher was recently dischared from the Air Force where he' worked as a Security Policeman at a nuclear missile field. He is now a student at the Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center in Industrial Mechanics. The wedding will be held Dec. 18, at 6:30 p.m., in the Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church. Five Forks. WV. Following the wedcng there will be a reception which will also be held at Heasant FEdl United Methodist Church. It will be an open church wedding. Connie Sue Runyon me _ tIFm.o ._ #flkQ ._ A4'IILo 3K.'m -W,.m' -Wb. -ll,.;J'm Donate toys The local West Virginia Department of Welfare office in GlenviUe would appreciate donations of new or good used toys. These toys will be distributed to children of less fortunate families of our community. Anyone wishing to donate toys should bring them to the welfare office at 494 Walnut Street, Glenville, or call 462-7371 to arrange for pick-up. School and Office Supplies? See Us First! Gilmer Graphics, Inc,, 109 E. Main St., Glenvflle. Cliff's Bee Christmas Sale Hive kits Supers Frame Foundation Aerosol Smoke Smokers m mmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mwm Order Bee's Before February to assure early Delivery For more information Call Cliff Thrasher - 46241800 After 5 PM Free Gift Wrap (with purchase) JAMES STORE GRANTSVILLE Simon and Carol Knotts II Carol Lynn Isenhart and Simon Knotts, II, were married Nov. 13 at the bride's parents home in Cedarville. The double-ring ceremony was performed by ReD. Dale Hacker in the presence of both families. The new Mrs. Knotts is the daughter of Mrs. Gladys Greenleaf and the late Ernest L. Isenhart and step-daughter of Lonnie Greenleaf of Cedarville. Mr. Knotts is the son of Laland Knotts and Joan Atkinson of Parkersburg. The bride is a 1973 graduate of Gilmer County High School and graduated from Morris Harvey College as a Registered Nurse in 1975. Presently she is employed at the Camden-(lark Memorial Hospital in Parkersburg. Mr. Knotts is a 1970 graduate of parkersburg High School and is also employed by Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital as an Emergency Medical Technician. Following the wedding, a recep- tion was held at the home of the bride's parents. After a brief honeymoon the couple will reside in Parkersburg. You say you can't decide? You want a gift that's special? 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