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January 23, 1976

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Home- 6in the Room for of the new Logre- Nancy Stalnaker. Villers. along i Freda Abrams. Stewart and five Ruby Holland. was activities were dates set: Training club officers. Day, and House. The a float in featuring all were the activities. the Baldwin Represen- the State 27 and 28 at to have a our county. of the council :30 p.m. in the Annex. All are invited to child- in Ritchie classes will one evening Thin will be of prepared prepares Psychologically to allay may fears of the accomplished muscle tone, concentrate the delivery. during these getUns back is born. breast hospital which may moth of please at 349-2496, Berea, W. Vs. members of Delta Kappa home of Mrs. on Friday. be h~ted MP$. Scott, ', and Miss Pearl Women and State donation Co,.mty ~y at the Street. This for all those have proof one-half class have or G ss Of any s ze AT Country Roads Council to meet Jan 22 The Country Roads Travel Council which also serves Gilmer County. will hold its January meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, January 22 at the Agricultural Building in Elizabeth. The meeting is open to any person who is involved or interested in tourism in the eleven counties served by the regional travel council. The major topics on the agenda include several By-Law changes the 1/p-coming promotional efforts of the Council. and a general discussion of the promotional ventures to be undertaken. Executive Director Steve Nicely will also provide an up-date on the travel industry and the outlook for the future. Other counties served by the travel council are Braxton, Calhoun. Clay. Jackson. Pleasants, Ritchie, Roane, Tyler, Wirt, and Wood. Steve Alberta serves as president, Joe Lockhart as vice-president, Helen Nichols as secretary, and Del Baker as treasurer. Other members of the Board of Directors include Larry Ball. Randy Atkins, Dan Simmons. Ancil Cutlip. Mabel Scites, Elaine Sturm. Greg Adams. Evelyn Zinn, Bob Rogers. Mona Region. Virginia Williamson, and Ed Heintzman. AIs. Harder named local tax canna/rant Ms. Patricla Harder has been named Satellite Franchise Manager for Glenville by H & R Block Company. She was also the local consultant serving this area during the 1975 tax season. Along with her husband Bill and their three children. Ms. Harder moved from Maryland about 18 months ago to a farm on Sinking Creek. Prior to her move hare, she was Vice President and Secretary of a construction firm in Maryland for 10 years. "I look forward to serving Gilmer County in the preparation of income tax returns." said Ms. Harder. There are many tax changes this year. One of the more important ones to this area is the earned income allowance, which if you qualify could gain you a refund m,'en if no tax~ were withheld or due. This also applies to those people who do not need to file because their income does not meat gross income filing requirements." Locally. MS. Harder is treasurer of the West Virginia State Folk Festival and 4-H leader of the Tanner Pioneers. 4.H conducts sewing A sewing workshop was held for all county 4-H proiect members, Monday, January 12. Mrs. Fay Chambers, Mrs. Jean Flasher, Mrs. Rome Adkins and Miss Barbara Williams taught the workshop on clothing construction. Those attending were: Jan Hinzman, Parry White, Mrs. Naomi Hinzman and Mrs. Steve Ellyson. NOIMAN'rOWN NEWS by N ba AJltop Carol Sprouse was released from the hospital Saturday. She is doing very well. Hugh Al]top was home for the weekend with his family. He teaches in Pennsboro. It was once supposed that pi- geons always sat on two eggs which produced a male and a female, and that these twin birds would live together in love the rest of their lives. Mr. Fred H. Barnett, a most loyal alumnus of Glenville State College and a member of the College's Advisory Board, is a patient in the Camden-Clark Hospital, Room 123 East, Parkersburg, West Virginia. He has been hospitalized since December 31. While visitors are restricted, Mr. Barnett would be pleased to have greetings from his many friends on the campus and in the community. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Porter, Mr.. and Mrs. Don Porter, and Jack Porter were in Charleston last Friday for A. James Manchins announcement that he is a candidate for Secretary of State and for the reception his family gave for him and his friends. SUBURBIA t "It looks like the Jones boy isn't making enough money doing yard work!" 403 MARKET ST. SPENCER, W.V. P hone g27-1972 9:30-5 M-F 9:30-12 Sat. Have your ravo md Your precious old family pictures can never be re- placed once lost or faded. Let us make faithful copies of them now to share with loved ones. If your picture is timeworn, additional charges for restoration are sale priced. Your original picture is returned to you unharmed. SPECIAL 0R JI ummM Tile Sx7 black and white ~. copy mu CAN ClI J E IT. ..4 "The Old Relbble Department Store" 6LEIIVILLE January 22, 1976 The Glenville I}emocrat/Pathfinder 3 GSC graduate ts Ohio''" s Teacher of the Year by 1"helms Shacideford Rev. Robert Jones was at the Cox's Mills United Methodist Church on Sunday. January 11, at 10 a.m. to fill his regular appointment. Sunday School followed at 11 a.m. The United Methodist Women met at the church for their regular meeting. January 9. Nellie AUman was in charge of the program, topic: Theology of Giving. Mrs. Irene Ware installed the new officers for the year of 1976; it was very interesting. The following were installed: Reba Ware. Dale Zinn. Glannis Townsend. Thelma Shacldeford. Irene Ware. Elizabeth Shackleford and Rita Emerson. Dale Zinn and Mary Alice Lockard were hostesses. They served cake, ]ella salad, potato chips, coffee and keel aid. Mr. and Mrs. Denzel Bowyer of Kingwood. W. Vs.. were recent guests of Mr. Bowyer's sisters of Cox's Mills, Reba and Irene Ware. The Bowyers left for Bradenton, Florida, January 6, 1976, to live for three months. On Saturday night, January 10, Thelma and Toots Shackleford were visiting Mrs. Helen Garrett and her mother, Clovis Pettit of Harrisville. Mrs. Pettit has been ill and is spending a few days at Mrs. Garretts. Mrs. Yvonne Ellyson and sons, Don and Kevin, left Sunday, January 11 for their home at Clinton, Ohio. They were here for the funeral of their husband and father, Maynard Ellyson. Mrs. Ellyson's mother, Mrs. Pearl Sheets accompanied her home. Former resident writes award winning play Barbara Hilgeford, a 1951 Gum laude graduate of Glenville State College, has become Ohio's Teacher of the Year making her a candidate for America's 1976 Teacher of The Year, sponsored by the Council of Chief State School Officers, Encyclopedia Britan- nica, and Ladies' Home Journal. Ms. Hilgeford is now teaching English and is also a special reading teacher at Meadowdale High School in the Dayton, Ohio area. Her teaching career is now in its twentieth year. She completed her masters degree in diagnostic and remedial reading at Miami University of Ohio in 1969. Remember that the dsedline foe all and advertising in the Glenville D~moctat/Pathfindm is Monday at 5 p.m. On Holiday ~ the le~lltne may be even serlkw. Have your ~ and advertising in ~ to avoid dtsepl~lnt- rmmt. "'Thoughts Concerning Our Heri- tage," an original play written by Mrs. Frank Vass was recently presented at a meeting of the Fine Arts Department of the Woman's Club of Becklay. GFWC. Mrs. Vans is a native of Gilmer County and received a degree in English Literature from Glenville State College. Before accepting the position at Becldey's Woodrow Wilson High School. she taught Engliah at Sand Fork High School. Mrs. Vans has now retired from teaching. Her play won an award at the West Virginia Federation of Woman's OPEN TIL 10 PM EVERY NIGHT PHONE 462 8404 SUPERET[E Clubs Convention last March at The Greenhrier. The play's setting is a meeting of the League of Woman Voters and concerns the hardships many women endured in oder to get the right to vote. ;::II~_IIZ-__~_II-=ZZZ~ZZ_-_ _z:-_wcZZZZZZZ--ZzZ-z;-i--? ......... INC. Glenvillv, W Vs. Phone 462-7660 LICENSED MORT/ClANS J.J. Spurgeon, Pres. M. Stephen Strickland m i ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY Luding Cr k Bapti Church Sunday School each week at 10 a.m. Services on second Sunday in month during August and Septem- ber. Ray. Harry Miller. Pastor. Clmi~l Memorial Ghurch Uttle Bull ibm Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m. Preaching every first Sunday by Ray. Gaylord Vanhorn and every third Sunday by Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick. Prayer meetings on Wednesdays, 7 p.m. Ml oa Church Smui Fork Regular services on Friday night at 7:30 p.m. Ueaed MeOwd 6hmvme 1st Sunday: Ellis 10 a.m., Blackburn 11 a.m. College St. 7:30 p.m., 2nd Sunday: Otterbein 10 a.m., College St. 11 a.m., Oak Grove. 7 p.m.. 3rd Sunday: Oak Grove 10 a,m., College St. 11 a.m., Ottarbein 7:30 p.m., 4th Sunday: Ottarbein 10 a.m., College St. 11 a.m.. Oak Grove 7 p.m. No service on 5th Sunday. Troy United Methodist Circuit 1st Sunday: Liberty at Hurst. 10 a.m.. Vadis at 11 a.m., 2nd Sunday: Cox's Mills 10 a.m., Troy 11 a.m.. Doyle Chapel 7 p.m., 3rd Sunday: Troy 10 a.m.. and Nit. Earnest 11 a,m., 4th Sunday: Upper Ellis 11 a.m.. No service on 5th Sunday. Cr reed mm Metlmdim Church aching every second and fourth Sunday, 7.'00 p.m. Bible stud~ and sing every first and third Sunday, 7:00 p.m. Old fashioned sing every fourth Saturday, 7:00 p.m. Public invited. Stewart= Creak Church Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m. Preaching each Second Sunday morning with Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick. Geed Cathelk Church Mineral ltd., Gleaville Sunday, Jan. 25 - Eucharist Celebration at 11:15 a.m. Fr. David Glockner. United Methodist Church Copen Creek Sunday School Services every Sunday at 10:O0 a.m. Preaching the 2nd Sunday. Sunday night service at 7:00 p.m. Rev. William Griffin. Tanner United M~t Chuch 1st Sunday - Mt. Liberty 10 a.m.. Trace Fork at 11 a.m. Youth meeting at parsonage 6:30 p.m. 2nd Sun. Tanner 11 a.m., 7 p.m. Crooked Run, 3rd Sunday Roaeville 10 a.m., Trace Fork 6:30 p.m., 4th Sunday same as second. Prayer meeting 7 p.m. every night. Chapel Little Bull Run Every Sunday 10:00 a.m. Preaching every third Sunday by Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick. Prayer Meeting and Bible Study every Wed. mite 7:00 p.m. Leading Creak Baptist Church Sunday School at 10 a.m. Preaching Services on first Sunday of month by Rev. Harry Miller. Seventh Day Adventist Saturday, Jan. 24 - Bible Study 10 a.m. Worship service at 11 a.m. Letter Gap Community Sunday, Jan. 25 - Sunday School at I0 a.m. Preachiag every 1st and 4th Sunday at 11 a.m. by Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick, Trinlty United Meti~List (3zm-ch Thursday. Jan. 22, 6:00 Junior Choir Rehearsal. 7:00 Sanctuary Choir Rehearsal. Sunday. Jan. 25. 9:45 Church School, 10:55 Worship - "Come with Me". 2:30 Planning Conference, 5 p.m.. Fellowship Dinner, 6 p.m. - Youth Choir and Youth Fellowship. First Baptist Church Sunday, Jan. 25 Church School for all ages 9:45 a.m., 11 a.m, Morning Worlhip - Nursery provided, 5:30 p.m.~r. Hgh and Sr. High Fellowship meet at Church. 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 10 a.m. Women's Ecumenical Religious Book Study. Wednesday - 7 p.m. Prayer and Bible Study - Through the Scriptures to Fine Christ. 8 p.m. Choir Practice. Otterbetn United Methodist Revival in progress, 7:30 p.m. nightly, Host Pastor, Rev. Everett Mills. All singers, public welcome. Church of Christ Sunday, Jan. 25 - Bible Service, 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 21 . Mid Week Service at 7 p.m. Glenvtlle Presbyterian Church Sunday, Jan. 25 - Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Service for the Lord's Day at 11 a.m. Pentecmtal Chm~ch River St. Second and Fourth Saturday evening service, 7 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 25 - Evening Service 7:00 p.m. Wedne"~y, Jan. 28 - Evening Service, 7:30 p,m. Church of God Pewell St., Gieavtlle Penteceetal Sunday, Jan. 25- Sunday School at 10 a.m. with Morning Worship services at 11 a.m. with the Pastor Ray. Michael Edwards. Evening Worship 7 p.m., Thursday Evening Worship, 7 p.m. "But let paUence have her perfect work, that ye may be perfect and entire, wanting nothing." -- James 1:4 / FOLLOWING DAVIS CI,OTmNG STORE "( htq fur Mederas" 202 E. Main St. C.d vllIe, W. Va. URGE CHURCH GLENV1LLE MIDLAND CO. Clothing far the ~rhele Family Main St, Glenville GILMER GRMqHCS, INC All Your Prlmfln| Needs Ghmvflh WV TEXACO SERVICE Ford Sales a Service Bobert B. Chepman Mala St. Gieavme HOME IMFRO CORP. Hea4ing, Atr Omditkmlag, TV Aad Appliances Glmwille and Burnsvi CONRAD HOTEL a RESTAURANT Geed Food - Reasonable Prices 101 So. Court Ph. 462-7391 CALEIOUN SUPER SERVICE. INC. 102-04 S. Lewis GlenvUle KANAWHA UNION BANK Complete BmakinI Service Member F]DIC i~. 462-7341 HAMiIC'S JEWELRY Quality Jewelry - Watch Repair 107 E. Main St.. Gienville COMMUNITY SUI' MARKEr 6k.vme SUMMEBS PHARMACY At Ym~ Service Gkmvme. W. Vs. Ph. 462-7373 DRAKE'S QUAKER STATE SERVICE Bulk Gasoline. 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