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December 9, 1976

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$ The Glenvllle Democrat/ Patldinder December 9, 1976 Section A Susan Skinner, Ronnie Williams marr/ed at Baldwin Susan Carol Skinner and Ronnie Dwaine Williams were married at 8 p.m. Aug. 6 at the Oak Grove United Methodist Church at Baldwin during a double ring candle light service. Rev. Michael O'Dell and Rev. Everett Mills officiated. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. June Skinner of Baldwin. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Russell W'dliams and the late Bonnie Williams of Gleaville. Escorted to the altar by her father and given in marriage by both parents, the bride was attired in a full length gown of white dotted Swiss, silk tulle veiling was attached to a white hat   r'==='"'=% AUCTION BARN , Top Town Hill Glenville We sell antiques, new and used merchandise, Consignments accepted at 51)0 p.m. on ,Monday. SALES START 6:30 P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Williams ROBERT J. BUTCHER I Barbara Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smith Jr. of Glenville, has been named' to the 1976-1977 Women's Basketball Squad at Alderson-Broaddus College. Miss Smith, a Humanities and Speech Communication major, is a freshman at A-B.  Auctioneer f -- ................................ . FamilyAIbum Beautiful Paintings, Landscapes, etc. I fro T your color photos makes a unique I Chrnstmas gift. Call 462 - 8045 I I I I t___ ........................ ....... / III II III I I II ...... __ Specials On Dog Food () Puppy Chow 25 Ibs s6.84 Reg. Dog Chow 25 Ibs $5.99 Reg. Dog Chow 50 Ibs $10.79 High Protein Dog Chow 50 Ibs $10.79 Purina Field -n- Farm 50 Ibs s8.25 Farm and Kennel 50 Ibs $7.75 Farm and Kennel 25 Ibs $3.99 ==:1::::::::=: K_....._. I.===_._dlc Recent visitors at the home of Bessie Reed near Conings were: Maurice De Boer and daughter Dawn Wilson from Florida; Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Reed and daughter; Don, Dave and Joe Roe from Michigan; Mr. and anr. Virgil Reed, Kathleen Schmidt __ Dolly Wilfong from Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Leeson and daughter from Washington, WV; Virginia Leeson of Parkersburg; Mr. and Mrs. Theron Roe and on, Chris, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Josephene , Mr. and S. O. G. nion. DAWSON TACK Et SUPPLY Gle ,,, " For Holiday Gift Giving! Acme and Dingo Boots THE Clinic Nursing ()xfords CLINIC House Slippers Iron .z ge UNION MADE AFL-CIO Ste Work Shoes Beautiful S .00lection Kne ofL Ladies ' Handbags Socks for Women & Girls "A compte te selection of fine footwear for Oe entire family." ]i" 146 Main .e.  i Phone 269-9877 Weston, W.Va. Taylors celebrate making a veil and a full-length train. She carried a cascade of white daisies, miniature pink carnations and babys. breath with white satin streamers tied in love knots. Maid of honor was Miss Judy Bailey of Jane Lew. She wore a long pink dotted swiss gown, pink hat and carried pink daisies and babys breath. Doug Skinner, brother of the bride served as best man. Ushers were David Skinner, brother of the bride and Alton Skinner II, cousin of the bride. Traditional music was provided by Miss Betty White and Mrs. Juanita O'DelL Guests were registered by Miss Susan Williams, sister of the groom and Miss Desi Skinner, cousin of the bride. Assisting at the reception, held at the home of the bride's parents, were Mrs. John N. Hays, Mrs. John Nolan Hays and Mrs. Alton Skinner. Rice bags were passed out by Joe and Shawn Hays. Following a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Williams reside on Route 5 near Glenville. Ambulance calls Nov. 28 - Dec. 5 12-1-76. 6:30 p.m.-Glendon B. Reed from Gilmer Station to Calhoun General Hospital. 12-2-76, 3:03 pJu.-Everett Green- lief from Gilmer County Medical Center to Calhoun General Hospital. 12-2-76, 7:15 a.m.-Ervin F. Louther from Big Ellis to Stonewall Jackson Hospital. 12-3-76, 11:50 p.m.-Clara Stal- naker from GlenviUe b Calhoun General Hospital. 12-4-76, 1:25 p.m.-Ellenora Homer from Glenville to Calhoun General Hospital. 12-4-76, 11 p.m.-Betty Rollins from Sand Fork to Gilmer County Medical Center. 12-,5-76, 2:04 p.m.-A Marie ne' from Pickens Hall to SUmewall Jackson Hospital. 6Pil=Aw" During the past billion years, less than a quarter of earth's age, there have been at least four epochs of ice covering major portions of the globe. The earth is still gripped by the fourth ice age, National Geographic points out. Mr. and Mrs. Claudius "Pub" Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Claudius "Pub" Taylor of Glenville, celebrated their 31st wedding anniversary Sat., Nov.6, at their home. They were mar/'ied Nov. 5, 1945. They are parents of four children: Mrs. Elizabeth Greanlief of Glenville, Mrs. Erma Jean Heater of Orville, Ohio, Mrs. Sue Byrd of Burnt House, and David Taylor at home. They have 6 granddaughters and one grandson. Those attending the were Mrs. Clora Mull Mrs. James A. MurphY; Terry Cotney, Arine a Judy Ioll; Mrs. Betty Byrd; Mrs. Linda Mrs. Kenneth Greenlief Erma Jean Heater, Mrs. Sue Byrd, Rebecca and Taylor. Debra Johnson to wed William Mr. and Mrs. Layne Jenkins of Stumptown announce the engagement of their daughter Debra Lynn Johnson, to Mr. William H. Starcher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Starcher of Stumptown. Miss Johnson, A 1975 graduate of Gilrner County High School, is a sophomore at Glenville State College and is presently employed at the Glenville Child Care Center. Mr. Starcher is a 1975 graduate of Calhoun County High School, The wedding will be held Dec. 18 at 6:30 p.m. in the Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church at Five Forks, WV. An open church wedding will he observed. v  v  v v v v v   v v v v v v- I Saturday Dec. 11, 1976, , 10:30 a.m. Till 1 p.m. Glenville, W.Va. BE.N00FRAN KLI INI l: mnwz. fltSanta will be iN our store employed persons, reg machine's year of ma, -All farm machines  after Oct. 25 must hart drivelinas and pinch p0, Older machines do so shielded. -All stead with a disconnect device that  equipment from boil1 started while being repaired. -All employees wl machinery must be tr basic safety rules for they run. Training mus employment and at lea thereafter. Basic rules em follow are easy t! understand, Mason c They are simP ly: guards; allow no extt on machines desiSl operators; stop e servicing the equips. area of all people, esP' before starting the, el, the power or operay Disconnect the power equipment, these tt "Follow Mason noted,"and yO ! example." ;; Something to Want-Ads. Miscellaneous IIOW! ) person or persons who broke into my place of busness. "Rocky Top Inn", last Saturday ni.ght. --Thurl N,chols Mason, recently re who employ workers agricultural guardi Labors Occupa " =t Health AdministraliOn The basic require new standards stipulst --All PTO shafts  on all farm machines For information leading to the arrest and conwchon-- of oo m u In i em Im m m m m g, mum i,u me me elm mm mmmeim im mmmmm ! ,, 1 t  W/OH'trd vc.J6/e n County Extension [d'   ..... ....... ' i ! Mson, re li Vfi I wo ,rap I ' / , , . I ag', 'icull ira I . I He alth, dn Oct. 25. ? lt.l! "v LiIILInlkIMKJllL WEST0n,Vv6 i Debbie   I I Protective Please send your subscription renewals in promptly.