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Page 8B -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder --Thursday, January 29, 2009 it takes 36 recycled 2-1itre pop (PET) bottles to make a square yard of carpet (not all carpet is made from recovered 2-1itre PET bottles; it is up to you to specify that the carpet you purchase be made of recycled PET.) daily Authentic Mexican Food "~.~ll~Ir~ | 10% o--~' Y--0-~T--0-~L BIL~~i Exit 117 in Clarksburg (479 Emily Drive) call 304-622-2042 I ROSHELLS ANTIQUES i I I~~'~Dum~ Sets - Coff~ctifif~ Rccorffs~ I I~ LAYAWAS AVAILABLE 11~ ~[ i[ OPEN MON-SAT %5, SUN 1-5 PM 1 I ':1 Bring in this ad for 10% off! I 304-269-2877 ~) The best fame is a writer's fame: I It's enough to get a table at a L good restaurant, but not enough that you get interrupted when lyou eat. --Fran Lebowitz rCommunity Showcase Thrift Shop CHILDREN'S CLOSEO UT (12 & Under) All Children's clothes and Toys will be 25 cents a piece from now until Feb. 6, 2009. They will be pulled to avoid federal liability specified in the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008. Take advantage of this opportunity because after Feb. 10, 2009, used children s thing (practically speaking) will not be available any where (effective Feb. 5.) The Community Showcase Thrift Shop can not accept children's clothes or toys until such time as above said law is changed. For more information, call 462-7545. m Gllmer Goings On Gilmer Goings On ~ILMER COUNTY SPECIA?g ~ilmer Goings On_~ OLYMPICS PATH PUBLIC MEETING Gilmer County Special Olympics will be sponsoring a Weighted Rabbit Hunt on February 7. The weigh-in will be at 3:00 pm at Willie's Sport Shop in Glenville. For more information con- tact Martin at 304-462-5442 or Gary at 304-462-8735. GED CLASSES AVAILABLE GED classes are offered in both Cal- houn and Gilmer Counties. Classes are available on Tuesday, Wednes- day, and Thursday from 9-12 at the Calhoun Gilmer Career Center and also on Thursday from 3-6 by ap- pointment only. Classes are also avail- able at St Marks Episcopal Church in Glenville on Tuesdays and Wednes- days from 12:30 to 3:00. There is also an evening class in Glenville which meets from 3:30 to 5:30 on Wednesdays. St. Marks is located across the street from the new fire station. Due to changes in the GED program, the GED test is now free. However, candidates must first pass a OPT Practice Test prior to taking the full-length GED test. If you cannot attend a GED class to do this, please call 354-615~ and we will schedule a time for you to take the practice test. BUCKEYE DONKEY BALL The Normantown Elementary PTO will be sponsoring their annual Buck- eye Donkey Ball game. It will take place Friday, February 6 at 7:00 p.m. in the Normantown Elementary School Gymnasium. You may buy your tickets in advance at Fred's Store, in Normantown, and at the Glenville Foodland. You can also pur- chase tickets at the door. There will be concessions. Please come and enjoy the fun! Please no cameras or videotaping. ~ OUr .eighbots g WEST FORK CONSERVATION BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MONTHLY MEETING The West Fork Conservation District Board of Supervisors' monthly meet- ing will held February 3, 2009 at the USDA Service Center at Mt. Clare, beginning at 9:00 am. Contact Dinah Hannah, Administrative Officer at 627- 2610. PATH- a giant 765kV transmission line is planned for West Virginia. Find out about PATH, its mar~y costs, pro- posed routes, and successful citizen actions that havebeen taken. PATH IS NOT A DONE DEAL! Attend a public meeting on. Feb. 10 at the Gilmer County Senior Center. Speak- ers, displays and maps will inform you and enable you to inform others. Desserts, coffee, and conversation will begin at 6:30 p.m. and the pro- gram will start at 7:00 p.m. Please join us. Need more info? Call Carol 462-7638. cross@wvnet.edu. Check website: http ://calhounpowerline. word press, com/ WV TRAPPERS ASSOCIATION WV Trappers Association will hold their spring rendezvous and fur auc- tion March 6,7, and 8, 2009 at the Gilmer County Recreation Center, Glenvi!le, WV. Finished fur can be consigned Friday and Saturday and raw fur consigned Sunday morning. Fur auction will be Sunday at 1pro. Several trapping vendors will be present and fleshing demonstrations will be held throughout the weekend. WV Muzzleloaders Association will also be having their spring shooting matches on Saturday and Sunday. All events are open to the public. For more information call Scott (304)462-7270 or Janet (304)772- 5586 or log onto www.wv trappers. com. FREE CHOLESTROL, GLUCOSE, AND BLOOD PRESSURE SCREENING Free Cholesterol, Glucose and Blood Pressure Screening: Friday, January 30, 2009, from 9am to 3:00pm at United Bank, Glenville. No appoint- ment needed, screening will take ap- proximately five minutes per person. No fasting required. Hospice Care Representative will be available to answer questions regarding end-of- life care and volunteer opportunities within Hospice Care. Free screen- ings are provided as a community service through Hospice Care Corpo- ration. (1-866-656,9790 or 304-853- 2279). WOMEN'S CLUB MEETING The Glenville Women's Club will meet Mom., Feb. 9 at 12 noon at Pizza Hut. Dr. Bob Baber will present pro- gram. Everyone is welcome to at- tend. Troy Elementary School Honor Roll-2nd Grading Period Kindergarten: Avery Brown, Ally Frymier, Zack Collins, Ty Wellings, Darion Redifer, Tierra Law. First Grade: Zack Adkins, Rhea Finley, Jared Frederick, Destinee Lilly, Macee Starsick, Nikolai Wright. Second Grade: Tiffany Cole, Autumn Frymier, Dakota Wilfong, Logan Pritt, Taylore Whitehair, Branson Hitt, Shayla Sipling, Corey Siggelow, Brit- tany Williams. Third Grade: Haley Wanstreet, Bayley Welling, Liltith Nuzum, Ruthann Cain, Ryan Emerson, Allie Garrett, Sada Wright, Alley Richison, Matthew Self, Kelsle Combs. Fourth Grade: Emily Broome,Alex Jones,Carly Somerville, Justin Frame, Dylon Helmick, Brody Gumm. Fifth Grade: Britney Beall, Hunter Ashley,Mya Beron, Ammanda Frame, Tim Lanham, Cody Richards Destiny Helmick,Colby Cunningham, Justin Emerson, Megan Yoak, Maria Skidmore. Sixth Grade:Taylor Richards, Trever Wright, Latisha Riffle, Trey Godfrey, Erika Davis, Hailey Wilson, Dillon Self, Taylor Ashley. Kniceley's Insurance Agency ALL LINES OF INSURANCE With Offices at Sutton Rupert Marlinton !lll',iii iiiii "~d'* TOLL FREE ,::: .............. ,, 1-866-794-8791 ~~!i::~ THE CALLISFREE ]~~,3~!~ WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO LOSE Weston, 304-269-6004 Truth or Tradition ? "Wh do ye also transgress the commandment of God by your tradition9'' Y ~ Matthew 15:3 JONAH AND THE GREAT FISH ,= Jonah was swallowed by a whale. Truth or Tradition? ~~ "Now the Lord had prepared a great fish to swallow up Jonah. And Jonah was in the belly of the fish three days and three nights." Jonah 1:17. Nineveh was the capital of the Assyrian Empire, which had long been a bi tier en emy of God's people. But God, who commands all men everywhere to repent, sent word to Jonah to "Arise, go to Nineveh, that great city, and cry against it; for their wickedness is come up before me." Jonah 1:2. But Jonah caught a ship going in the opposite direction. He did not relish the idea of preaching repen- tance to such a wicked nation that had caused Israel so.much suffer- ing through the years. But a storm came up and Jonah was thrown overboard and swallowed by a "great fish" theLord had prepared. There are those who argue that the great fish that swalloed Jonah was probably a shark, because a whale's throat is not large enough to accommodate a man. But when you read the Biblical account in the book of Jonah carefully, you will note that God ~ a great fish. Part of that preparation could well have been enlarging the throat. So, the "great fish" could very well have been a whale. A careful reading of the story of Jonah will also reveal that it was always called a "great fish," not once is it ever called a "whale".... not in the Old Testament. Didn't Jesus call it a whale? In reference to His burial and resurrection, Jesus said: "For as Jonas was three days and three nights in the whale's belly, so shall the Son of man be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth." Matthew 12:40. The Greek word that Jesus used was KETOS, which means: a great sea monster, a huge fish. The word KETOS is found in the New Tes- tament only once, here inthis pas- sage, and here it is translated whale. Was it a whale? Could have been. but we can we know for sure? The Bible doesn't really say. What do you think? Jonah was swallowed by a whale. Truth or Tradition? Steer Creek Church of Christ. 3466 Rosedale Road, Stumptown. WV 25267. Minis- ter: Gene H. Miller, 3281 Rosedale Road, Shock, WV 26638. Phone: 462-0384. E-maih ghmiller@rtol.net. Web Links: hurherald.com, sanet.com