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Page 4B -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder ---Thursday, Feb. 5, 2004 DELORIS E. FREDERICK Deloris E. Frederick, 83, Glenville, formerly of Auburn, died January 28, 2004 in Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital, Weston. She was born December 8, 1920 in Newberne, the daughter of the late Okey Webster and Fiorinda Kincaid Hinzman. Deloris was a Registered Nurse and had worked for ten years at Akron City Hospital and Akron Children's Hospital. She was a member of the Auburn United Methodist Church. She is survived by two sons, Paul Frederick of Cross Lanes and Dou- glas Frederick of Auburn; three sis- ters, Eleanor Hatfield of Parkersburg, Luella Ellyson of Glenville and Evelyn Frederick of Akron, OH; and three grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph Hartsel Frederick; one son, Michael *Dean Frederick; two brothers, Hale Hinzman and Gall Hinzman and two sisters, Noma Collins and Lillian Stewart. Funeral services were held on Jan. 31 at Raiguel Funeral Home, Harrisville with Rev. Don Newlon officiating. Burial followed in the Harrisville I.O.O.F. Cemetery. CALVIN 'MONK' McCULLOUGH Cal vin 'Monk' McCullough, age 8 I, of Dusk Camp (Turkey Fork) departed this life, Tuesday, February 3, 2004 at his residence following an extended illness. Born February 22, 1922 in Gilmer Co., son of the late Alpha W. and Addia Bell Wilfong McCullough. Mr. McCIlough was an Army Vet of WWII, employeed for 17 years for Colonial Glass Co. in Weston and at Morgantown Glass Co., a member of Weston Moose #1376 and a Baptist by faith, farmer. Surviving are nephew; Paul McCullough of Troy, one brother; Bill McCullough of Sand Fork; two sisters, Helen Collins of Weston and Freda Hearon of Dusk Camp. He was preceded in death, by three brothers. Funeral services will be conducted at 11:00 a.m,, Thursday, February 5, 2004 at the Ellyson Mortuary, Inc., Glenville with the Pastor Bryan Groves officiating. Burial will follow in the Church of God of Prophecy Cemetery, Dusk Camp. Bennett and Son Monuments & Markers Inside and outside displays Grantsville 354-6162 A sleep bag helps keep a baby safe and warm, without loose Proud to serve Gilmer County since 1959 Select Granite Quality Workmanship Also Offering Computer Design Rt. 33 West of Weston 269-5573 or 1-888-269-5573 / Courteous Quick Loans Buy, Sell, Trade and Lend Dollars on Jewelry, Guns, Musical Instruments, Electronics, etc. Hours: Mon. - Sat. 10-5 Closed Sunday Located in Flatwoods Outlet Mall next to Tommy Hilflger It's the CalhounBanks Instant Access Toll NOW ACCEPTING E.B.T. Free Phone Number for your account information It's easy to access ---just dial: T The system will walk you through the simple steps. Use it to get your bank balances and account activity. Additionally, stop in at any branch office to sign up to be able to transfer money from one account to another. This automated phone service is just another way to make banking more convenient for our rural West Virginia and out-of-state customers through an in-home or in-business phone access customer service and account option. Working for you today, Planning for your tomorrow. Serving The Little Kanawha Valley With Four Locations GRANTSVILLE OffiCE ARNOLDSBURG OFFICE ELIZABETH OFFICE GLENVILLE OFFICE 372 Main Street P.O. Box 430 RI. 33/I 19" P.O, Box 130 Rt. 14 P.O, Box I2Q 30 Focxll~d pl~.a OranLwille, WV 26147 Arnoldsburg, WV 25234 EID~beth, WV 26 t43 Glenvillc, WV 26351 Phone (304) 354-6116 ~ Phone (31)4) 655 8347 Phone (304) 275-~996 ~ Phone (~M) 462-5051 Fax (31)4) 354-7855 FO/C Fax (3(M) 655-7266 Fax (.~)4) 275-1065 ~e~ Fax (31M) 462-8215 I Jlmer Goings DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP MEETING The Diabetes Support Group will be meeting on February 9, 6 pro, at the First Baptist Church (lower level) on Main Street, Glenville. The topic of discussion will be Exercising and Its Benefits for the Diabetic Patient. Speaker: Kathy Reis, Certified Dia- betes Educator, RN, BSN. For de- tails, call Julie Beckner at 462-7322. Sponsored by Gilmer Primary Care. INTERSECTION OF M/Nn L ROAD AND SYCAMORE ROADS, GLENVILLE. FREE FINANCIAL AID ASSISTANCE AT GSC Free professional financial aid appli- cation assistance will be provided at Glenville State College as a part of WV Apply Sunday on February 8 from 1-5 p.m. in the FIPSE Computer Lab located in Louis Bennett Hall. Any- one needing assistance with the fi- nancial aid process should bring in- come documents related to 2003 in- come, even if the tax return is still incomplete at the time. If you have any questions regarding the event, please call (304) 462-4103. BOOK DRIVE The "MLK Book Drive" sponored by AmeriCorps for Gilmer County El- ementary Schools will continue until the end of February. Books can be brought to the Community Resources, 205 South Lewis Street, Glenville or call for pick up. Our appreication goes out to the few people who have con- tributed. CAJUN DINNER/DANCE There will be a Cajun Dinner and Dance on Sat., Feb. 14, at the Gilmer County Recreation Center. Eating and dancing will begin at 6:30 p.m. Au- thentic Cajun food will be featured, along with a variety of beverages. A live band will provide musical enter- tainment. All benefits will go toward the Folk Festival. For more informa- tion, call 462-8427. Sheriff of Gilmer County 15 years of Law Enforcement PD, BY THE CANDIDATE Baptism - Bible Truth/ Larry K. Keenan, Pastor will look closely at this passage, We must never lose sight of the you will see several important fact that the practice of a New truths about the eunuch's conver- Testament church is developed sion. First, he was a proselyte to from theNewTestament, not from Jadaism (verse 27) and was re- men's opinions many years later, turning from worshipping in This is particularly true in regard Jerusalem. This tells us he had a to the mode of Baptism. If we belief in God but was not familiar accept what the Bible says in the with thecrucifiedandrisenChrist. NT, then we must conclude that Second, he was reading the Word the proper mode is the immersing of God (verse 28) and Paul re- of the individual in water. This minds us in Romans 10:17 that represents for us a beautiful pic- faith comes by hearing the Word lure of what has taken place in the of God. Third, it was required of believer as a result of the work of him that he believe with all his grace in redemption. It represents heart (verse 37). Belief (trusting the death, burial and resurrection faith) in the Son of God is an of Jesus Christ which purchased absolute prerequisite to baptism. our redemption. The individual to The practice of sprinkling babies be baptized and standing in the and calling it baptism and refer- water pictures in his confession ring to it as initiation right which that he has died to the dominion of begins the process of salvation is sin in his life (Romans 6:23) Then, absolutely foreign to the NewTes- as he is plunged beneath the water's tament. A baby has not the ability surface, we have a picture of our and understanding to believe in burial with Christ (Romans 6:4) the Son of God with all the heart. and as he is raised from the water, Jesus Himeself taught that an un- we see a picture of His resurrec- derstandingwiihtheheartwasnec- tion. Now all of this is destroyed essaryforconversion(Matt 13:15). by sprinkling or pouring. There is Going back to the Ethopian eu- nopictureorwitnessoftheSavior's nuch, there is no hint that his bap- work of redemption, and baptism tism was an initiating right which is rendered useless. Just as in the ' broughthimintotheinvisiblebody elements of the Lord's table where of Christ or a local church assem- we have a remembrance or memo- bly. rialofwhatpurchasedourredemp- I will leave the reader with a tion (the body and blood of Jesus); task to perform. Study the context likewise, in baptism we have a of the conversion of the eunuch rememberance or memorial of the and write and tell me what Roman complete gospel of the Son of God Catholic church he was baptized (I Cor. 15; 3,4), death, burial and into since the claim is that the resurrection. Yes, immersion bears Catholic Church was in existence witness to Christ's work, but sprin- at least from the time Jesus spoke kling and pouring bear witness to to Peter about the foundation of man's disobedience, the church. I implore the reader to We will now examine the proper ponder these things very carefully biblical subject for baptism and and prayerfully, because a mis- again, we will return to the Ethopian take here has terrible, eternal con- eunuch who was baptized by Philip sequences. as recorded in Acts 8:26-39. If you More next issue. KANAWHA DRIVE CHURCH , Rte. 51 Glenville1 W.Va. , * (I) Goings OIg ilmerGoings FESTIVAL MEETING MONTHLY MEETING There will be a Folk Festival Meeting of the Gilmer County Public Service on Friday at 4:00 D.m. at the Histori- District Board of Directors will be held eal Society, Holt House. on Mon., Feb. 9 at 7 p.m. at 232 West Main St, Glenville. The public is in- GRAPHICAL INFORMATION vited to attend. SYSTEM DEMONSTRATION On Thur., Feb. 12 at 6 p.m. Canaan __[ ] Valley Institute will conduct a demon- Our Neighbors stration of a Graphical Information System (GIS) at Eberle Hall on Min- eral Road. The demenstration will EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING provide a sampling of the possible The Region VI Workforce Investment end product from the $250,000 "Executive" Board willmeetWednes- Mollohan appropriation for flood re-day, Febrary 11, from 10:30 am. to lated mapping. The Demonstration 11:30 a.m. at the WV State Office is open to the public. Please contact Complex Building, WORK FORCE Donna Waddellat 462-7545 for addi- West Virginia Center Conference tional information or if you plan toRoom, 3rd Floor, Fairmont, WV. For attend, more information about the meeting, contact Jeffrey G. Smith at (304) 368- RELAY FOR LIFE KICKOFF 9530. MEETING for Gilmer County will be Mon., Feb.HORSES-HORSES-HORSES 9 at 5:15 p.m. at the First Baptist Ride 'em-own'em-train 'era-love 'em. Church - Glenville, (lower level). Re- The Lewis County Boot & Saddle Club lay theme is 'Relay Rocks' Relay will be having a meeting on Feb. 11 date is May 21. Anyone wishing to at 7:00 p.m. at the Lewis County Se- help plan or work with this years event Nor Center. Everyone Welcome! is invited to attend. This year's Relay PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING will BE A ONE COUNTY(Gilmer) will return to the Minnora Community EVENT. Light refreshments will be Center on Fri., Feb. 6 at 7:30 p.m. available. If you have question, con- tact Sue Edwards - Chairman at 462- 7423. Church ST. MARKS-VALLEY PARK CHURCH invites everyone to our "Fat Tuesday- Mardigras" pancake supper on Tues- day, Feb. 24, serving from 6-7 p.m. No charge. However, donations are appreciated. Offering flap jacks and buckwheat cakes, sausage-patties and links, bacon, ham, orange juice, milk, coffee, various teas, a multitude of syrups, peanut butter w/ applesauce. We will continue our cel- ebration of our pancake toss in honor of Lucy Singleton and Lucille Sheets, Come and learn all about it. For futher information, call Diana Hancock at 462-7120. Kitchen opens at 6:30. Bigger and better than ever, with a dozen wres- tlers, including the Batten Twins, Chuck Jones, T.J. Phillips, Scotty McKeever, and lots more. Advance tickets are available at Giars Grocery and Dell, Rick's Place, Chloe Hard- ware, and Stinson Grocery. Arrive eady for ring side seats. Call 655- 7149 for information. FLEA MARKET The Minnora Community Center Flea Market will take place on Sat., Feb. 7 from noon to 4 p.m., downstairs in the main building. Flea market items, antiques, tools, jewelry, crafts, home baked goods, and bantam cochin chickens. The Calhoun County Kitchen Band will perform from 1-3. Admission is free. Advance registra- tion is requested and there is a fee for table space. Call 655-7149. 462-7820 Gasoline - On/Off Road Diesel - Beer - Wine - Hot Dogs - Snacks Hours: Mon.-Sat. 6 a.m. - 11 p.m. ~ Sundays 8 a.m. - 11 p.m. II II II I TAX REFUND LOANS THROUGH "REFUNDS Now." 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