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February 9, 1989 announce birth of first child and Debbie Latos, of wish to announce the birth first child, Aaron James Aaron was born Decem- 1988 at 8:44 a.m. in the Jackson Memorial at Weston. weighed seven pounds, ounces, and was 20 I/2 long. and Bonnie Erwin of are Aaron's maternal Paternal grandpar- are Ted and Viola Latos of Heights. Aaron James Latos 's have baby boy and Angie Hartley of North Carolina are of a baby boy, Corey bom January 19, 1989 at ',Fear Valley Hospital. weighed seven pounds, 15 mother is the former McKenzie, daughter of Ronald and Olive McKenzie of Grafton, Ohio. Paternal grandparents are Larry and June Hartley of La- grange, Ohio. Corey is the great-grandson of Harper and Ruth Allen of Normaotown. The Gienville Democrat.Pathfinder 3 - . { ,z " ' Small Engines Lawn Mowers Chain Saws Vehicles (General Repairs) Roger Luzader, Owner (304) 853-2712 Stringtown Road P.O. Box 25 Back Street Burnsville, WV 26335 Game Room Pizza ~~;i~i~ ~ ~ ~ ~ FREE DELIVERY (limited delivery area) HOURS: 4 9./1111 starting at4 p.m. "New" sun 3p.m.-lO: p.m.! "" ": i "lv e= minimum , M-W 11 itm.-lO.'3o P.m.i ,; Steven R. Mathess - Wendy Frashure 462 - 5016 "delivery 9" Pizza Th-S 11 a.m.-Midnlght : Wendy Frashure to wed Steven Mathess "-----------------------"'"'"'"' IFYE to visit county Mr. and Mrs. Budge Frashure nawha Business Service in .............. County 4-H Leaders will be sponsoring a dish dinner February 1989, 6 p.m. at the Gilmer Recreation Center in of Brenda Chancey, WV 4-H Exchange Stu- is a Jackson County who spent the past six in Sweden on a 4-H .She is touring WV her experiences of the culture. general public is encour- to participate in this eve- of sharing. Brenda Chancey of Linn would like to announce Glenville. the engagement of their daugh- Mr. Mathess is also a 1988 ter Wendy to Steven R. graduate of Gilmer County High Mathess, son of Larry and Vicki School and is now attending Mathess of Troy. Glenville State College. Miss Frashure is a 1988 graduate of GilrnerCounty HighWedding plans are incom- School and is employed at Ka- plete at this time. There were fourteen at Sun- day School and preaching at the Tanner United Methodist Church Sunday. Martin Wine is pastor. Clark Goff has been a patient in the Veterans hospital in Well, we are finally going to get some snow. The ground hog got to see his shadow, and Roy did to. It was his birthday, he was 81 years old. Those visiting us this past week were our daughter Marie Clarksburg for about one month, and her husband from Akron, He is home now but has to have Ohio. Peggy and Jessica Wade Millers to participate in Conservation Program someone wi~ him at all times..rwere also here. Marie always ' His children are. raking turns" rings some kind of we.at/mr. In the West Virginia Department of staying with him; Natural Resources and Sears, Eustace (Sam) Frymier was the summer time it is rain but this time it was snow. There is so much sickness around us and a lot of deaths and accidents. Ezra Mirmey, Jr. had an acci- dent one day last week and hurt his leg. His wife took him to the doctor to be checked. Questions for the New Year In the new year are you will- ing to close your book of com- plaints and open the book of Praise? To ignore what life owes you and to think about what you owe life? To stop looking for friendship and start being friendly? To enjoy the simple blessings of life and to cease striving for the artificial pleas- ures of the day? To cease look- ing for someone to help you and in the hospital in Grantsville for one week. Then they transported him to the nursing home at Glenville Friday, where he can be taken care of as he has to be lifted in and out of bed. His wife Roebuck and Company. More than $10,000 in awards will be offered to participating clubs this year. The program involves more than 150,000 persons in- cluding Scouts, 4-H, Schools, FFA, Garden Clubs and others. The 1988-89 Program will be highlighted by the 26th Annual Youth Conservation Day, Satur- day, May 20, 1989, at North Bend State Park. Approximately 4,200 persons attended the 1988 event at North Bend. FHA, Churches, Junior has been doing this but she is almost down her self. Their son Joe helped out as he could. Madge Bush is in the hospital at Weston. She is suffering from a stroke and is pretty bad. She has been out there two weeks. Her niece told me today that Madge hasn't improved very much. Word has been received here that Blair Reynold's mother had For additional information on the Youth Conservation Pro- FOR SALE 1 1/2 Story Home Located on large corner lot with three additional lots, plenty of parking space, close to school, churches, bank, and shopping. This spacious home has five bedrooms, living room, den, kitchen, dining room, and three baths. Enclosed front and back porches. Full basement with workshop and two concrete patios. Ideal apartment rental possibilities. Owner financing available. 462-7869 Ciaud R. Coberly Rt. 65-B Box 18-C, Glenville, WV 26351 Glenviile HOURS: 8:30-5:30 Mon.-Fri. " m 8.30 2.00 Sat. (Business) 462-8300 (Home) 462-7695 Jolly Millers 4-H Club of Mills will be one of more 1,300 youth groups partici- in the 1988-89 West Vir- Youth Conservation Pro- according to Maxine Director of this state- conservation education young people will be toward a better envi- and a better under,- of our State's natural through their local projects", says Scarbro. "One of the best they can participate in life is to assist gov- and industry in the dif- task of preserving our resources, restoring the of our environment and our immediate sur- gram, contact Maxine Scarbro, passed away. She used to live West Virginia Department of here at Tanner, but has lived in Natural Resources, 1800 Wash- Akron, Ohio for several years devote your self to helping oth- ington Street, East, Charleston, and was buried out there, ers? ~ advantage of H&R Block's Planned Refund 1 State Youth Conserva- West Virginia 25305, or call Pro~rmm, For a small fe, our prof~ional ~| , gram s co-sponsored by 348-3370. I your taxes and help you plan for next year s refund. Get the refund you want ill Twisters "Adopt.A.Highway" I w-4 . t J.'oint announcement was fraternal, youth and business Continued from Page 2 202 E. Main St., Glenville WV ] by the West Virginia De- groups. You say high-minded, and an unworkable dream, not at all! It is Opcn9a.m..6p.m. Mom-Fri. 9a.m.-Sp.m. onSatardayl Plhonc46Z-.~f~ of Highways and Natu- The Department of Highways being done and has been being done by some religious groups quite that the Cox's has furnished safety vests, trash successfully for several decades! Tail Twisters 4-H Club bags and trucks to haul the So you see, I do have basis for my proposals, and proposals they the state's anti-litter bagged trash. Plastic gloves will indeed~re! Let us utilize our assets, not ship them out as waste. in the Adopt-A-Highway be furnished by the Department They need notbe waste. They should not Be! by agreeing to keep lit- of Natural Resources. For those of you who agree with me, these articles can be used as three miles of highway In addition, the Department petitions! They can be glued or clipped to plain sheets of paperand area of Cox's Mills and of Highways will place signs at then signatures collected from others who believe the same. Then each end of the adopted section get four or five copies made of the petition. One for the governor with the name of the Cox's one for your representative, one for a senator, the commissioners, and the President, if you wish. Always keep a copy yourselfi local chairman for the is Keith Cole, who has the group will make litter pickup beginning 1, which will be the general litter pick- will make in a one There are plenty of stretches still waiting adopted by civic, church, % Mills Tail Twisters 4-H Club. For additional information or application form for adopting a section of highway, persons may contact Maxine Scarbro, Admin- istrator, Office of conservation Education and Litter Control, WV Department of Natural Re- sources, Charleston, WV 25305, or telephone 348-3370. Nationwide Makes It GlelwiUe FOGLF ONG ~1 Fairground Rd I~InOiCklOt CALL ME INSURANCE Subscribe to The Democrat/Pathfinder Old Fashioned Price Laundry by the pound Starch/Press Shirts Alterations 462-5190 Mon.-Fd. 8:30-5:30 SaL 8:30-12" 10 HENIlNG TEST SET FOR 6LENVlU.E, WEST VIRGINIA the Comad on iS, trm 2:00 l.m. io 4:00 p.m. ~ II. BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICE 442-B W. Pike St. P.O. Box 470 Claltslx , WV l 01 Back Room Merchandise ;:l'i 31' R OF RL HOD 202 East Main St. Glenville 462-7784 L- t g