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January 12, 1989     The Glenville Democrat
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January 12, 1989

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January 12, 1989 s announce birth of and Bev Morford of announce the birth son, Lucas Aaron Mor- was born December 14, at 8:19 a.m. in the Pleas- Hospital in Point He weighed eight fourteen ounces and inches in length. Lucas home by one r James Scott, age five. grandparents are and the late Archie L. of Sand Fork. grandparents are and Mary K. Morford Snyder of Glenville )6 years old on January Mr. Snyder is in fairly except he broke a time ago and can get with the aid of a crutch session and the weather has pre- vented to much outdoor work, so I was able to, more or less, kick back and put my feet up. This balmy spring-like weather we are having is more than welcome, but it sure can Snyder is a war veteran. some fire wood when is nice. He watches of television and reads paper back books. enjoys conversing friends. fool a body. We tried tapping a Maple tree. The sap was not visiting at the home of lad Mrs. Earl Robinson holidays were: Mr. and Robinson, Mr. and Robinson, Titus and of Tanner, Mr. and Mrs. Stump, Jonah and Mr. and Mrs. Randy Ball Mr. and Mrs. Amanda, Hannah of Murrayville, Mrs. Glen Robinson and Sue, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. Shawn and Missy, Mr. and Lucas Aaron Morford and Wilma Hearn de- do a good deed for their of Little Bull Run up the garbage at the mouth of the hol- gathered up several garbage at different their house to the of the Little Bull Run. also nice enough to a nice sign saying "Keep Bull Run Clean." Sorry to Was only up less than 24- Whoever destroyed the would appreciate it very if would be kind it back up. and Mrs. Sam Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Lemon and girls of Ohio and Mrs. Ronnie Gre- and son, Mr. and Mrs. Swagef and family of all came to Carl and attended Mary funeral. Gregory family all have on the passing running yet. I guess we'll have to wait for February. This will give me time to get my bread sacks braided and made into a rug. Those sure are nice for cleaning feet in rainy weather, and it keeps some of the car- cinogens out of the air since they don't get burned. The mail seems to produce plenty of papers for the compost put your two or three sacks on their trucks. The Public Services tells me that the rate is set at $6.10 a month for one pick-up a week, and $7.43 per month for two pick ups a week. They also tell me that the fee varies from trash service to trash service. It varies over the state. They also tell me that there is to be no limit on the amount of household trash or garbage that a patron can set out. This does not coincide with what the people are telling me. The people say that they are lim- ited to four sacks a week! It has occurred to me that there are some people that are always waiting around for a pile and we have collected chance to take advantage when- nearly enough clorox and vine- ever people procrastinate so gar jugs for collecting Maple long that the government is sap. When they have done their obliged to step in and issue man- duty collecting sap, they will dates. They are always there to ,- make excellent hot caps in the fleece the public, and form mo- garden. They will do fine for nopolies. I also suspect that for- . that for several years, eign interests have a part in We seem to have reached a some of these things. new plane of equalization. It We are obligated to care for seems that we are not only re- this land if we are to be privi- Hugh Snyder Mrs. Chuck Reesman of Miner- als Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hardbarger and Melissa. John Galie of Washington, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sinnett and Mikey, Mr. and Mrs. Kim Ullom, Kathy Lawson of Mas- sillon, Ohio, Helen Jones, Opal Hamilton of Harrisville, Law- rence Morris of Vienna. The holiday was spent with gifts exchanged, eating of won- derful meals, picture taking and laughter. away of Mary Gregory. Mary Ellen McCullough took Nora Stoneking to Glenville shopping one day last week. During the Christmas Holi- days visiting Evelyn Carson of Stewart's Creek were all three of her children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leo Radcliff of St. Cloud, Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Furches of Winston Sa- lem, North Carolina, Jewell Car- son and gift-friend Debbie and her daughter, Gwen of Weston. Also her grandson Michael Springston of Raleigh, North Carolina and two great-grand- children, Danielle and Amber Radcliff of Florida and Edna Lowther and granddaughter of Alum Bridge, Loring and Ann King of Alum Bridge, Garnet Smith and Hazel Kirkpatrick of Maryland, and Wayne and Joann Woodyard of Cedarville and Dorothy Radcliff of Grass Run. participates in for Students" Fork Elementary is par- in the "Apples for Stu- dy sponsored by Giant Eagle is giv- Computer and/ and software to collecting Giant Eagle register receipts totaling amounts. The school would like to urge everyone shopping at Giant Eagle to save these receipts and send them in to Sand Fork Ele- mentary or deposit them in the boxes located at Kanawh_a Un- ion Bank, Community Banking and Trust (GlenviUe Branch), Rose's Pet Shop or Keith's Store at Smuts MiUs. quired to pay higher taxes to support sundry welfare families, but we now must pay the same fee for two or three sacks of un- usable trash a year, as they pay for four sacks every week. This of course, will help pay for them to carry out the back door quan- tities of what we have already paid for to put in their front doors. They tell me that the Public Service sets the rates for thrash leged to go on living in it and enjoying the blessings that we do. It should be a pleasure to do so, but we have to keep all of these things within reason and palatable to the public. This is a poor people and these are hard times. So lets learn to utilize more of our own throw aways to our advantage, as well as saving ourselves some money. And lets really be fair about this. begin the New "First a Friend, Then a Host," was the title of the lesson taught by Rosa Belle Gainer to the Ka- nawha Drive Extension Homemaker's, when they held their first meeting of 1989, Janu- ary 2, at the Community Build- ing. A quilt made by the club, given away as the door prize at the Christmas Bazaar, was won by Debbie Kafer. January birthday greetings went to Nancy Barton, and Edna Meadows. The door prize, do- The meeting was called to or- hated by Tammy Cundiff was der by the president, Terri" wonbYMaxineH son. ..... Stalnaker, who also led the group in the Pledge to the Flag, and the Club Creed. Devotions for the new year were led by Freeda Jones, and Marito Stainaker. The club will sponsor a pub- lic workshop on January 20, at 6 p.m. for the making of rag bas- kets. Sadie Kelble will be the leader of the workshop. A more detailed article will appear in the county paper. Refreshments were served by Reva Bennett, Faye Chambers, and Thelma Hamilton, to the following members: Nancy Bar- ton, Joyce Cain, Roxy Ellyson, Rosa Belle Gainer, Evelyn Hardman, Freeda Jones, Maxine Harrison, Sadie Kelble, Pauline Radabaugh, Marito Stalnaker, Terri Stalnaker, Mabel Talbott, Dessie Wolfe, Eloise Wolfe, and Mabel Wolfe Cozzens' have Carla Moore New Years Day baby engaged to Kevin Wyatt Kristin Nicole Cozzans was the first baby born in the Park- ersburg, Marietta area in 1989. The four pound, fourteen ounce, 18-inch long daughter of Scott and Shawna Cozzens greeted the new world at 5:48 a.m., Sunday, January 1, 1989 at St. Joseph's Hospital. Kristin is the granddaughter of Bob and Barbara Cozzens of Belpre, Ohio, great-granddaugh- ter of Edith Riffle of Belpre, Ohio and Albert and Wedith Moore of Glenville. Mr. and l lrs. Johi| Moore of GlenviUe announce the engage- ment of their granddaughter, Carla Ann to Kevin Wyatt of Ashley Ohio. Carla is a freshman at Glen- ville State College and Kevin is employed by Bogan Construc- tion of Ohio. Wedding plans are incom- plete at this time. The couple will make their home in Ashley, Ohio. your career as a professional at the The Gienviile Democrat-Pathfinder 3 N Kanawha Union Bank will be CLOSED in observance of Martin Luther King's Birthday on Monday, January 16. KANAWHA UNION BAIJ~I~ Glenville HOURS: 8:30-5:30 Mon.-Fri. .8:30-2:00 Sat. (Business) 462-8300 (Home) 462 7695 WHY WAIT FOR YOUR TAX REFUND WHEN YOU CAN GET YOUR MONEY FAST! Use H&R Block's Rapid Refund Program a loan against your expected federal income tax refund. Available whether H&R Block prepares your tax return or not. i lllll i Ill i II IT'S FAST! HsR BLOCK m For more details or to see if you qualify call H&R Block now. 202 E. 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