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.Join for 1/2 OFF or SAVE $2. per week for 6 weeks. Now the choice is yours. 10 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder Fireman's Day set for February 6 at Capitol The Fire Service of West Vir- giniawill be having theirFiremen's Day in Charleston on February 6. The purpose of this event is to : allow firefighters to talk to legis- lators about subjects concerning : the fire service of West.Virginia. The main piece of legislation -which the Firemen's Association is supporting is the legislation that : the Joint Committee of Fire Service i Organizations has worked on for the past few years. In this legisla- ition, provisions are made to: (1) Change the requirements of re- ceiving and spending of the rev- enue of the Firemen's and Police Municipal Pension Fund, (2) Changes in the State Fire Com- mission structure, (3) Provide ad- ditional money in the Fire and Casualty Insurance premium to be divided between the volunteer and part volunteer fire departments, municipal police and fire depart- merits within the Firemen's and Police Municipal Pension system and the State Fire Commission• Subscribe to The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder !i ..... :fi:§a We;t,Sijiicei:(acrtJs$ from Kwt S Pl :[ HOURS: Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. 927-5109 !1 Closed Sunday ,.Ad Expires Sat. Jan. 26th !J  ,---')_. Grade A [ ; Dole or L.4( LbRGE I ili'i Chiquita 00j:S Eggs Bananas I B8 D°zen} ...., - k: e t) i 0 Lbs. 1¢ * 25 Lb. Yellow Onmns ........................ 4,99 50 Lb. Unclassified Potatoes ........... s3.99 50 Lb. U.S. No. 1 Potatoes ................ 86.95 Florida Pink Grapefruit ................. 4/*1.00 20 Lb. Bag Florida Oranges ............. $4.99 Florida Vine Ripe Tomatoes ........... 69 ¢ Lb. [ COUPON I I --- FREE "'- ii--.:i::':::!:i:!:!!:!:::::i:i:!:!:::!:! ...... --- FREE --- I Lb. Bag of Yellow I I Oranges Onions I [ Limit 1 with $10.00 Additional Purchase, Good Jan. 17 lhru Jan.'26• J We Welcome Food Stamps! l ALPHA AND OMEGA Jesus says that he is the Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, which is, which was, and which is to come, the Almighty (Rev. 1:8). Alpha and Omega are the first and last letters of the Greek alphabet. They are used to show the completeness of anything, the beginning and the ending of a matter• Genesis is the Alpha, or the beginning of God's revela- tion to man, and Revelation is the Omega, or completion of his revelation. Many of the beginnings that we read about in Genesis, we find their endings in Revelation. We learn of the creation of the earth in Genesis, in Revelation we read of a new heaven and a new earth for the first heaven and the first earth were passed away, even the sea is no more (Re. 21:1). When God divided the light from darkness; and called light day and called the darkness night, then time was created. The evening and the morning were the first day. John says that he saw an angel stand upon the sea and earth, and the angel lifted his hand to heaven to declare that time would be no longer (Rev. 10:5-6). Because of Adam's and Eve's sin, Paradise was lost. In Chapters 21 and 22 of Revelation, we find that man will regain it. Genesis tells us about death being pronounced on man. Revelation tells us that death will be no more (Rev. 21:4). In!he beginning, man was barred from the tree of life. In the end, the tree will be restored (Rev. 22:2). In Adam. man lost the garden, the ideal life, and his favor el God. He was driven out of the garden and the presence of God. In Revelation, we find that being followers of Christ, we will regain all that was lost. In Genesis, we have prophecy of Christ, "And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; and it shall bruise thy head, and thou shall bruise his heel" (Gen. 3:15). Christ being the seed of the woman, the bruising began between the two when Christ entered Satan's domain, the world. The white horse of the first seal (Rev. 6:1-2) we believe to represent Christ and his gospel. The plagues, woes, and the sufferings of man, that we read about, are to get men to repent (Rev. 9:20:21). We see the final and complete overthrow of Satan and his angels (Rev• 20:10). Another very important beginning and ending that we need to know is, "Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith... (Heb. 12:2). Jesus put in force the gospel plan of salvation, and will be at the end to give us according to our works (Rev. 20:13). He now is our Savior, but one day he will be our judge. Let us follow diligently the gospel of our Lord. May the Lord help us all to diligently follow the Lord. Gale Miller, Stumptown I ,..Our easiest vr(,gram ever! - Adapts to your lifestyle. ] * Eat the food you want, when you want it! : You know it makes sense. For further information throughout West Virginia call 1-800-642-8275 For further information outside of West Virginia call 1-800-624-8230 Gilmer Goings On Mike Fmier Benefit Fund Donations Mike Frymier Bene Fund Donations are being accepted toward the purchase of a motorized wheelchair for Mike Frymier, S'. Mike is a re=ctent ofTanner andwas employed by the HoPe Natural Gas Company until becoming disabied with multiple scleros (MS). Please send donations to: Mike Frymier Benefit Fund C/O Community Bank & Trust. P.O. Box 367, Gienvilte, W'V 26351-0367 A benefit dinner is also being planned for March Disaster Ddll at Amerlcare Nursing and Rehab Center Ther 411 be a Disaster Drill on January 20 at Americare Glenlle Nursing and Reab-Center for the facility, staff and in conjunction with the Gilmer County Emergency services. This annual event is scheduled to keep the facility in a state of Disaster Prepareclness Glenville Elementory PTA Meeting The Glenville Elementary PTA will be meeting on January 21, 1991 at 7 O0 pro, at the schoOl. Beth/ Smith,, school nurse, will be talking abOut voluntary immunization for measles Students who are in the 6th grade are being encouraged to receive the immunization. Mrs, Smith wil be at the meeting to inform parents and students about the program and answer questions. All 6th graders and their parents are encouraged to attend this informative meeting Any parent or guardian of a Gilmer County 6th grader is also invited to attend the meeting i'o team about the voluntary immunization for measJes. AFSCME Meeting The regular monthly meeting of the American Federation of state county and MuhiciDal EmDioyees (AFSCME) will be held on January 22, at 5:30 P.m. at the Derrick, Everyone s welcome and all members are urged to aend Cox's Mills Extension Homemaker Meeting The Cox's Mills Extension Homemakers wilt hold their regular meeting January 17 at 7:00 pm at the Cox's Mills Methodist Church. All members are urged to attend Guests always weicome iii i ii Church Activities Joyful Noise Children, age 4 through grade 6, are invited to attend Tnnity Unffed Methodist Church on Wearesaays from 630 - 7:30 p.m. for an hour of muc, crafts, games, and a snack For transportation, Please phOne 462-7482 Come jon us for an hour of tun each Wednesday Kids lime Each Thursday evening (exceDt hOtidays) after schoo Mrs Tommy Hough orowdes ieadershiD for a program of music and craft, s for the children Of trois area Any chtdren (ages 3 through grade 6) are invffed to come to the First Baptis1. Church of Gtenwlie at 217 East Main Street The program is #ore 4 0[3 - 5 0013 m out. for those chilaren who would like Or need 1.o come eony, ocrwt!es Degth ar 3 30 O m Revival - Glenv0te Commun,ry Church On Walnut reet w,ll be havtng a revival starting January 28 thru February I at 730 O m each even;ng With evangelst Harry G'eathouse from Akron, Ohio and Pastor ancty Wlson Everyore is welcome to attend Song and Praise Service There w; be a song and praise service at The L'le Kaawha indepen- dent Chdrch in Burnsvifie The featured ngers wt! be the Sonligh1.ers from Weston, January 27 at 7 O0 p m Everyone s we!come wffh Ronze! Robert, as pastor Troy-Linn/Mary Harvey 462-8765 Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scott during the holida)s were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Scott. Ryan and Nicolc of Maryland; Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Taylor and three daughters of Charleston; and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Adams, Amic and Todd. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carpenter the past v, eekcnd was his aunt, Muff Davis from Birch River. It was good to have her in church. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Messen- ger, Lucille Messenger, Virginia Villcrs and Mary Burton visited with Hazel Burkhammcr recently. There were about 40 at Troy United Methodist Church with Rev. Walter Mullins bringing the message. There were 39 at Rock Grove and 30 at Doyle Chapel. There was 20 at Community C E and preaching with Rcv. Ken Hcincy bringing the message. Our sympathy to the families in the death ofOkcy Lowther, Zenith Wiscman and Martha Talbott Simmons• Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mullins of Wichita, Kansas, visited his par- ants, Rev. and Mrs. Walte" Mullins, during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Don Jones visited with Mr. and Mrs, Bud Messenger recently. Visiting with Mrs. Dclma Ford over the weekend were Rodney and Natasha Cassidy. Mrs. Dclma Ford visited re- cently with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ford of Wcston and her sister, Alma Collins of Pricctown. Well, the deer season is over and all the Christmas season has passed. Now wc arc waiting for Easter. It's the last Sunday in March. Holmcr and Mr. Slccth ".attended the two-day trapping sale. They said it was a big fur sale. But, the price of fur is very low. I got a Christmas card from our friends near Scotland. It took 16 days to reach Linn. The postage was 37¢. We shouldn't complain about our U.S.A. postage. I read in the C]arksburg paper that the Barbour County Chapter- of the Fellowship is having Prayer Vigils January 13. It will include a trip by bus to Washington D.C. Then the group will walk to the White House for a peaceful dem- onstration with prayers beginning at 2:00 p.m. The group will leave at 1:00 p.m. on Sunday, January, 12. The public is welcome to go by bus. For information call Mike Chandler in Philippi. We had 17 people at the Troy Baptist Church Sunday School at 10:00 a.m. Everyone i's welcome to come each Sunday at 10:00 a.m. A though for the day: Exalt ye the Lord our God, and worship at his loot.stool: for Hc is Holy. Psalm 99:5. Daymond West of Troy has re- turned home from the hospital and is getting along real well. He's happy to bc at home. Delayed news duc to cold and snow. Three inches of snow fell Monday, January 7. County schools were closed duc to the weather. Thursday, Jan First West Virginia Beef Expo annou The first West Virginia Beef Exposition is scheduled to be held at Jackson's Mill State 4-H Camp in Jane Law. April 12 - 13. 1991. The West Virginia Beef Expo is designed to promote the pure- bred cattle industry, in the state by combining promotional ef- forts and therefore reaching a larger marketing area. The expo- sition is an excellent opportunity for commercial and purebred producers to purchase quality seedstock cattle from the finest herds in West Virginia. This multi-bred event will feature a show and sale from the Angns, Charolais, Polled Here- ford and Simmental breeds. Cows with calves and bred or open heifers will represent the largest percentage of sale ani- mals. There will also be some top quality bulls available. In addition to the show and sale, the Expo wi agricultural trade man}, innovations: beef producers. with guest speake] CEO of Beef Promotion Board. The Expo is Angus, Charolais, ford and Simmentai elations, the Cattlemens West Vir_m]a lege of Ag in cooperation with Virginia lure, and the West varsity Extension events promise to IX tional and fun for tlae ily. For further tact Co-chairman (372-2651) or Wagner (293-3391)• plans now to attend. Willey on duty aboard USS Navy Seaman Apprentice Cynthia M. Willey, daughter of Margret A. Willey of Bumsville, recently reported for duty aboard the destroyer tender USS Acadia, homeported in San Diego. The ship is currently deployed to the Middle East in support of Operation Desert Shield• Camden Fiats/Gladys Sow, I missed you all last week, but I have been under the weather. Flu again, I think. I know I have felt better. A lot better, than I have the last week• Some tell me: A women is like a tea bag. You can't tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water. I feel like l've been in hot water too long. We're so sorry to hear about the loss of Betty lcHenry's mother and Geneva Kni_oht's grandmother, Mrs. Butcher. i" didn't know the lady, but I know Betty and Geneva - all our sympathy to Clark Mirmey's family. Wc knew him when he used to drive school bus on Little Bull Run some years ago. Emma's morn, Juanita Paugh, is in Charleston CAMC again. She is doing better, but will not get to come home for awhile. She has had a stroke I think, affd has to have some therapy. Wc hope she gets better real soon. It will bc tough, but we know you can do it. So hang in there and work real hard. We're thinking of you. Phyliss Marks was telling me Mr. and Mrs. Grcg Morris spent Xmas with his brother in Florida. Bet they had a good time. Mrs. Morris's brother, Ed Trader from North Carolina, visited awhile back. This is for "BOob" in Amherst, Ohio• Grandma Pearl is doing fine. She say's it's too cold to go any- where, but she's keeping her eye on everyone and kccpin,, them straight• She was afraid her fish wcrc hungry, so she fed them a cracker and a piece of cake. Barb said they didn't like it though, so she took'it out of the tank. She was over them giving her medicine to her. Kathy has bccn past the house and blew the hem, but she is so • busy running around we just catch a glimpse of her once in awhile. Angle brought us some of Johnny's southwestern stew. It's very good. Wc appreciate it. Billy brought mc a puzzle. Barb knows I like to work them while Norvel watches his sports. Conqu r th Cold! with a Gas Heater or Wood Stove from Glenville Western Auto 462-5631 315 W. Main St., Glenville, WV We Service What We Sell Operation largest forces since tion is in res sion of Kuwait Arabia. She joined the 1990. Ellison 462-5446 Barb and versau last birthday too. She old or how many but we wish you and many more Mary' Lou John, stopped last dominoes and we belated birthday. II January. She was Norvel's nepheW, birthday December Daryl had think. If I'm sorry,, but Happy way. Woul been a long time. is well. Norvers morn, has been in hoe Ohio. nia first and got New Year's Day. she had to go in pneumonia again or it all the first time. better now and will to come home Wc would h see her, but Norvcl is a cold and my flu want to give it to hC wc love her and wc could. I it can change so chicken when it in snow. We callin,, and letting s getting lot. Get well soon, Our son, Allen, Hc said it's been Elyria, Ohio. Thcy snow storm now. you that lake of ice t';! be very nasty. They. sent. Norvel's mona and I quihcd it for They love it. Our daughter Ed Sudina, is ing some kindof National Guard. may have to go to We sure hope not. Jackk us and we Norvel and Jackie I've been sick, that excuse 1 have Sherman and to check on us. It'S someone cares and to stop and see us. the time and tells That's nice too. Sloe busy helping We are still ceilings• They want to dry up, working on it. I am lookin sittingorcleanin at462-5446 /