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/ 6 The Gienville Democrat/Pathfinder I Cedarville News/JoAnn Woodyard 462-7093 Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Shields last week one day were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Segal and son Charlie of Grantsville. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Woodyard, Katrina and Rebecca and Mergie Moss were to the Stump Funeral Home at Grants- ville Saturday afternoon to the viewing of Clark Minney, a former Cedarville school bus driver. Our sympathy goes out to the Minney family. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mrvaljevich of Florida and Louenna Berry of Heaters visited their sister Rena Griffith and family Friday after- noon. Saturday evening Wayne, Jo Ann, Rebecca and Katrina Woodyard and Mergie Moss stopped at Mr. and Mrs. Lenord Fowlers at Grantsville for a little chat and also saw Mollie Wood who helps take care of Mrs. Fowler. Alan Pritt was in Weston hospi- tal a few days last week but is home now and on the mend. Also Joe Lazar came home from the hospital Thursday. Jane Miller of Beckley spent from Sunday to Monday with her morn and dad, Nora and Everett Stoneking. Fred Travis, Jr. is back from Wavefly to go back to college. Daren Tubo of Texas visited his father Keith Tubo during the Christmas holidays. A prayer for the Bible reader: Lord, we thank thee for a wise and deep-hearted book that tells us thy goodness is over all, like the mercy of the morning and tenderness of Christmas holidays. A prayer for the Bible reader: Lord, we thank thee for a wise and deep-hearted book that tells us thy goodness is overall, like the mercy of the morning and tenderness of the evening. Help us to give our souls to its heavenly wisdom, its vision of the unseen, its passion for righteous- ness, its pity for men. Teach us to read it, love it, and live with it, until its spirit mingles with our spirit, making us pure of heart and fruitful in goodness. Amen. Misty Moyers was 10 years old on January 16. Here's a song just for you. Happy Birthday Happy Birthday Woop de do Weep de do Open up a present Open up a present Just for you Just for you Happy Birthday, Misty. Love always, Someone special Rosedale NeWS/Diane Goodrich 364-8007 Happy birthday to Verner Goodrich. Vetoer has a birthday on January 19th. Hope it's a good one, dad. The state police were in Rosedale last week. Seems someone stole a diesel truck radiator from Verner Goodrich. It is under police investi- gation. Captain Ford Rogers is in the process of building an airport strip, and Vetoer is doing all the dozer work. Kids news: Rick Goodrich took his son Ricky to Spencer and had his cast taken off January 10. I'm sure Ricky can walk lots better now. James Miller visited with Verner Goodrich Jr. Saturday and Sunday. Ask Al)ut Health Insurance "l'hc State Farm 'av Dan Johnson 34 E. Main St., Gianville, WV 462-7131 - 462-7000 i.ikc :l g*x nclghl)r. tatt' Farm i,, thvrc State Farm MutUal Autoniobilc Insurance (:ompany /hmlt" I.)flict': Bhx)mtnghm. Illirlt)i,, (:all li)r dctail, (m tort.rage c(t,,, rt'4rit'tions and trt'l:xlbllil,. They hadagood time watching movies and playing Nintendo. Vetoer Goodrich Jr. stay e d all nigh t with David Sharps last week. I heat my #1 fan, Chuck Moore II, isa little under the weather. Hope you feel better real soon, Chuckie. This joke's on you: A young man applying for a job in Washington was asked what he could do. "Not a thing," he replied. The interviewer said: "Great! Then we don't have to break you in." Ambulance Runs January 6, 10:04 a.m. - Clyda Steele, from Stouts Mill to Calhoun General Hospital in Grantsville; 10:16 a.m. - Jerry James, from West Main Street to Stonewall Jackson Mm0ria]H0spitaI in Weston. January 7, 10:25 a.m. - West Main Street, no transport; 11:35 a.m. - Angela Estep, from Shock Road to CGH; 5:22 p.m. - River Street, no transport; 7:21 p.m. - Cindy Skiles, from West Main Street to SJMH; 9:51 p.m. - Nora Tomblin, from Sliding Road to United Hospital Center in Clarks- burg. January 8, 6:32 a.m. - Lewis Edwards, from Sand Fork to SJMH; 10:46 a.m. - Orville Kight, from CGH to Americare; 2:55 p.m. - Courthouse Annex, no transport; 4:24 p.m. - Lovey Thomason, from South Lewis to SJMH. January 9, 11:33 a.m. - Noah Court Street, no transport. January 10, 3:47 p.m. - Vir- ginia Hardman, from River Street to SJMH. January 11, 1:15 p.m. - Mike Chaddock, from West Main Street to SJMH; 1:15 p.m. = Terry Chichester, from West Main Street to SJMH; Connie Grogg, from West Main Street to SJMH For Quality Legal Representation ! Divorce Child Custody & Support Civil & Criminal Trials Personal Injury Auto Accidents No Fee Unless YOU Recover No Fee For Initial Consultation ; Real Estate" wiles / Oil & Gas ,J Malpractice F. John Oshoway Attorney-at-Law P. O. Box 156, Grantsville, WV 26147 304/354.9204 Towne Bookstore & Video Club Mon..Thurs. 9-6 Open Fri.-SaL till 8:00 p.m PHONE 462-8055 Over 120 Nintendo Games NE W MOVIES Ernest Goes to Jail Dick Tracy Bird on a Wire Gremlins 2 Robe Cop 2 Bad Influence Total Recall Men at Work Stanley & Ids Anolhet48 Hours Ghost Dad Milo & Otis la Heaven Hunt For the Red Deceptions October Flashback Short Time ChaRahoochee Betsy's Wedding The Fourth War Blind Fury Cry-Baby Rocky Horror Picture Show The Adventures of Ford Fairlane Chuck Norris in Delta Force 2 Mountains of the Moon Reed/Williams to exchange vows on January 19 Pamela Michelle Reed and Charles Oliver Williams IV both of Charleston, South Carolina, announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage. She is the daughter of Nelson Reed of Glenville and Carol Readon of Summerville, South Carolina. He is the son of Rick and Brenda Williams of Charleston, South Carolina. Miss Reed is a graduate of Gilmer County Hig h School and Marshall University and is em- ployed as a teacher in Charleston, South Carolina. Mr. Williams is a graduate of Garrett High School. He is a mem- ber of the Army National Guard and employed in the family con- struction business. Family and friends of the couple are invited to share in the ex- changing of their vows on Satur- Pamela Michelle Reed day, January 19, 1991, at 1:30 p.m. at the First Baptist Church of Glenville. BREAKFAST Monday, January 21: Holi- day. Tuesday, January 22: Fruit muffin or super bun or super do- nut or sausage dog or cereal with juice or fruit and milk. Wednesday, January 23: Scrambled "' and " e, sausage, home fries, biscuit or super bun or super donut or sausa,,e. . dog or cereal with juice or fruit and milk. Thursday, January 24: Ce- real/toast/jelly or super bun or super donut or sausage dog with juice or fruit and milk. Friday, January 25: Break- last Eggroll or super bun or su- per donut or sausa,,e dotz or ce- real with juice or fruit and milk LUNCH Monday, January 21: Holi- day. SB: High School Alternates: FF: (Men - Fri) Pizza, two sausage rolls, turkey sandwich. Tuesday, January 22: Ham- burger on bun, lettuce, tomato, onion, potato, baked beans, fresh lruit and milk. SB:Bccf stcv,, and combrcad, salad fixings. Wednesday, January 23: Grilled cheese sandwich, car- rot/celery sticks, peanut butter ball, fruit and milk. SB: BBQ rib sandwich and .alad t]xin,,s Thursday, January 24: Oven baked chicken, mashed potatoes/gravy, broccoli, fruited jcllo, roll, butter and milk. Sll: Chef salad. Friday, January 25: School's Favorite. SB: Sandwich bar. Thursda, Tanner NeWS/Lenora Collins 462-8786 Delayed News Well, I guess Halls got their well drilled in back on the hill behind our house. I haven't had any reports on how good a well they got, but hope they got one with good production. Willard Ellyson stopped in to see us and say hello one day last week. He said he was just out scouting around while his wife, Bertie, was watching her prograna s on TV. Junior and Elloise Minney were here for a short visit today. They said all their kids were home for Christmas: Roberta daughter, and her husband, Ted, and son, Daniel. Mike Minney and his wife, Becky and their baby, from Huntington and JeffMinney and his girlfriend from Fairmont and Junior's brother Leon were there also. He makes his home with junior and Elloise and helps them on the farm. They have had so many in and out dur- ing the deer season and all the holidays Elloise must like to cook for she cooked for a lot of people all fall. Had a card and letter from Wanda Robinson. She said they were getting to stay home this winter. They live in Crest View, Florida. Also had a letter from Vicki Grogg. I was so glad to hear from them. I still miss Vicki. She was my other grocery girl. I guess can't believe her baby is old enough to be in school and that her boys are practically grown up. Had a Ion my sister, lina. She had spent( her son, mark, and was back home. I just no place There has been who sent me feeling better. one personally, but I all for your kind prayers, and I still prayers. Maybe I11 getting some recipes here soon ifI can miserable cough hang in there a Everyone take cat get these coughs are no fun. Our snow storfn much thi: off until after I Wednesday. I Heard in a round Connie Grogg got hurtJ last week. Hope she and doesn't get too cuts and bruises. Was so sorry to hear! another well-known Minney. He was knoW The family has m Well, just seems of my old back better soon. I feel so around when there is and Roy and Bill my moans and like calling patient a liule longer. Stumptown NeWS/Norma Collins Our senior bus came out on Tues- day, December 8. I was the only one from Stumptown. James had five going over and seven on his homeward run. We had a good dinner with sev- eral there. Lenna Stump seems to be improving some, but her leg hurts a lot. Clark Minney was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital in ParkersburgA very sick man. His wife ldell is with him. Ruby Campbell is in Calhoun General Hospital in the new unit. She had a stroke. She lives with her sister, Sylvia Minney, in Stumptown- Grantsville Road. I visited Lenna Stump Thursday, Sandy McCumbers and Rose Cottrill came while I was there. Lenna says Sand Forknames dents of the Month, going,." .....  ....  .;, : : . .............. {1 ........ : ....... she has lots of company coming and D. J. Simmons Scotty Freeman My son Ken made his regular ap- pointment with Dr. Godiewski in Parkersburg. He said Ken was hold- ing his own, but did chahge some medication. I got word Clark Minney passed away Thursday eve, December 10. John Kimble stopped by to see Gerald and me Friday. Barbara King and daughter, Angie came up and helped Rennie Minney run some er- rands she need to take care of. At this time Max Shifflet of Stumptown- Rosedale Road is a patient in Park- crsburg hospital. Hope to be back next time. Our Church Many years have come man'y have went, But we'll never forget many blessings God has sent. numbers." He is a Cub Scout, plays soccer and enjoys camping, bike riding and playing Nintendo. Other awards which D.J. has earned arc first place bluc ribbon for the pet show, a baseball trophy, a third-,,radc science trophy, first place plaque and ribbon forcounty poster contest, three ribbons at the science fair and a spelling bee certificate. D.J. is the son of Shcla and Phil Simmons and has one brother, Justin. __ I IIll On January 21 the Senior Center and Nutrition will bc cloud. The Gilmer County Senior Center will take a van to Charleston to visit the Legislatiure on January 23. The van will leave at 8:00 a.m. Scotty Freeman, 9, was named December Sand Fork Student of the Month. Scotty is in Mrs. Radabaugh's second grade. Mrs. Radabaugh said of Scotty's selection, "Scotty has grown into a good student. He listens well and tries his best with his work. I enjoy having Scotty for a student." Scotty's favorite class is gym where he enjoys playing kick ball and dodge ball. During spring and summer he also likes to play baseball. His favorite pastime is playing Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles with his half-brothers, Travis, Daniel and Jamie. Scotty is the son of Marjorie Frgeman. .... Most Improved Student of the Month is D.J. Simmons, a fourth- grader in Karen Kuhl's class. Mrs. Kuhi says,"DJ, has shown improvement in meeting his aca- Many an old out his a new start. road, Many have their load. Standing in the teen-thirty-five With good care it vive. At least three times! bell does toll, People study God's praises, help save a Man2r altar, Bodies and souls falter. Standing in the tall,. Each time the say come one and all, I f you're while, Someone will smile, Stay fora service well, Something I'm re-tell. So stop by and may, You'll fell so again someday I've ttendcd this was a tot, After many long a lot. Thank God for o#" Baptist Church, There on Steer Sycamore and Birch. 'f Written by Career UpdateJCaihoun-Giimer One of the Gilmcr County eighth grade developmental guidance classes and their teacher, Mrs. Anita Roberts, vis- ited Calhoun-Gilmer Career on Thursday, January, 10. The stu- dents are developing their four- year educational plans and they wanted to see first-hand the technical opportunities available. They toured the career center learning labs to see students at work. In the center's IBM lab, each member of the class used a mi- crocomputcr career program to The program then of potential fit each student's reer interest areas. Mrs. Roberts checking career o: dents will bc able to decisions about their cational goals. school year, all dents will have an visit Calhou Center. demic responsibilities. His grades If you would like to go, please sign and handwriting have im roved" up by January 18. P ity, D.J.s favorite class is math Senior Citizens monthly coy- Oisabil ' '6 because I like working with ered dish supper will be January 24. Hays City, Glenvtlle -- 462-8338 at the .A0000-..Dernck Lounge Super Bowl Saturday, January 26 atthe 10 p.m. tdl 2 a.m. 1 Derrick Lounge _ Single ,3.00 gl Sunday, January Couple $5.00 / ."=. 9 E. Main St., Glenvllle 462-7752 . ..': " . Food: 1 hour before game time---3 Big " J See Next Weeks Ad M&R Insurance Agency