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February 16, 1989

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February 16, 1989 girl is Pre-Teen finialist Shocks to note 61st anniversary Julie Ann Heckert, age hter of Mr. and Mrs. Heckert of Kanawha Glenville has been ac- as a state finalist in the Virginia American Pageant to be held and 28 at the Charleston in Charleston. winner of the pageant crowned Miss West Vir- iArnerican Pre-Teen. she her crown, banner, flowers, and transporta- to the National Pageant held in Tampa, Florida world. Heckert is sponsored by Mrs. Terry Heckert, Mr. Thomas Brady, Jr., Mr. Junior Heckert, Mr. Julie Ann Heckert and Mrs. Claude Pritt, Miss Mary Moore, and Uncle Mike. Her hobbies include spending time with her cat Percey, and being with her family and friends. picked for CB&T lending post O. Hardman II has selected by Community & Trust, National Asso- to the position of Corn- Lending Officer in the Commercial Banking Hardman joined CB&T 1988, as an Assis- President in the Markcting Division and CB&T's business de- in Gilmer and Lewis Hardman is a graduate of County High School and State College with de- in math, health, physical and safety. Hardman has been active communi activities is a member of VII Planning and Eco- Development Founda- is also active in football both on the high and collegiate levels. Hardman, his wife Gina make their home in Robert O. Hardman II Glenville and attend the Trinity United Methodist Church in Glenville. Community Bank & Trust is an affiliate of CB&T Financial Corp. with banking offices throughout North Central West Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Shock of Belle, celebrated their 61st wedding anniversary February 15 with a dinner party hosted by his sisters, Susan Prettyman of Charleston, and Gladys Reed and Nannie Barrett of Glenville. Harry Shock is a retiree from Dupont in Belle. Mrs. Shock is the former Henrietta Huntington and is rctired from The Dia- mond in Charleston. They have a son, T. Rowland Shock of Mante, North Carolina and three grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Shock Mr. and Mrs. Terry Moss of Weston, each received a 4.0 average at Excel College for the first semester. Terry is majoring in corn- puters and Debbie is majoring in the medical secretary pro- gram. Debbie is the daughter of Maxine Cole Rastle and the late Charles D. Cole of Troy. Terry is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Moss of Norman- town. GLENVILLE MOUNTAINEERS The Glenville Mountaineers 4-H Club held their regular monthly meeting at Glenville Elementary School on January 25, at 7 p.m. The meeting was called to or- der by Erin Cutlip. Kathy and Kafla Carpenter led the 4-H song and pledges. Kathy Car- penter had devotions and gave a treasurer's report. There were nine members and four leaders present. Old business consisted of a variety of different fund raisers. New business consisted of re- treats, contests, dinners, and to get information on "Adopt-A- Highway". Erin Cutlip gave a report on her projects. The Glenville Mountaineers will have their next meeting on February 22, at Glenville Ele- mentary School at 7 p.m. Reporter Patricia Drake Langford home site of Lynch returned home from Ohio where she Visiting her son and his Mr. and Mrs. Fuzzy and her brother Holbert Stoneking went to to her doctor for a Sponaugle Miller has l nding some time with a nephew while Rosa is who is a patient in n-Clark Hospital at 1. Bild a fire in back yard to heet kettle of rain water. 2. Set tubs so smoke won't blow in eyes if wind is pert. 3. Shave one hole cake of lie sope in bilin water. 4. Sort things, make three piles. 1 pile white, 1 pile cullord, 1 pile work britches and rags. 5. Stur flour in cold water to smooth, then thin down with bilin water. Evelyn Carson and and JoAnn Woodyard Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ben- arid Mr. and Mrs. Vince and daughter of Weston afternoon. like the cold weather the flu bug in its Wash Tough Task in ng the family laundry was a bit harder for Grandma tn these days of automatic and speedy dryers. Here old-timer's authentic in its original spell- written for a bride a few ago: 6. Rub dirty spots on board, scrub hard, then bile. Rub cullord, but don't bile just rench and starch. 7. Take white things out of kettle with broom stick handle, then rench, blew, and starch. 8. Spred tee towels on grass. 9. Hang old rags on fence. 10. Pore rench water on flower bed. 11. Scrub porch with hot soapy water. 12. Turn tubs upside down. 13. Go put on cleen dress, smooth hair with side combs, brew cup of tee, set and rest and rock a spell and count blessins. Red Cross receives extra contribution Cleaning at an Old Fashioned Price The Red Cross received an extra contribution of $30.00 from the Cox's Mill Jolly Mill- ers 4-H Club for the 1988 Fund Drive. Those making contribu- tions were: Jean Emerson, Rita Emerson, Orlene Butcher, Nel- The Baldwin Homemakers met for their regular meeting February 9 at the home of Beryl and Leo Langford. The meeting was called to or- der by the president, Eva Blac;k. Pledge of Allegiance was recited by all. Devotions were read by Leo Langford and The Lord's Prayer was recited by all. Poems were read by Eva Black and Bonnie Drake. The Lesson, "Dealing with Health Care Costs" was given by Eva Black. Helen James talked about the blood drive and also the cancer drive. In new business; the club plans to work sales in the county by selling food. The club plans to attend open house at the Ca- reer Center February 15. A new door was installed at our Community building by Deward Black and Lester Mes- senger. Mary Skinner gave a generous donation for the in- stalling of the door. The door prize was won by Bonnie Drake. Delicious re- freshments were served by He- len James and the hostess Leo Langford. A Valentine theme was carried out in the refresh- ments. Each one present was treated to delicious candy hearts by the hostess. Those present were: Janet Leonard, Ruby Black, Mary Woofter, Lucille Messenger, Lela Moneypenny, Bonnie Drake, Eva Black, Doris Teter, Helen James, Bonnie Bush, and hosts LOt Langford and Beryl Langford. Conings Homemakers meet Feb. 9 The Conings Homemakers met February 9 for their regular meeting. Some came at 9 o'clock and quilted until time for the meeting. The president, Thelma Rad- cliff called the meeting to order at 1:00 p.m. by leading the group with the Homemakers Creed. Virgie Bonnett was in charge of the devotions. For the scripture she read Psalm 131 and two poems, "Washington and Lincoln" and "Old Time Courtesy". Thelma read "'To My Friend". Ethel Cooper led the lesson on Dealing W'tth Health Care Costs. She presented a very good lesson. Minutes of the last treasurer's report. Several things were discussed and worked out. We were happy to have two more new members, Blanche Cox and Linda Cox, who both joined. The motion to adjourn was made by Ethel Cooper and sec- onded by Sharon Beaver. Flu- ence Matthews served the re- freshments. Linda Cox drew door prize. Mary Burton will be in charge of the devotions in March. Those attending were: Virgie Bonnett, Lona Bonnett, Sharon Beaver, Mavis Cole, Ethel Coo- per, Betty Cole, Fluence Mat- thews, Thelma Radcliff, Marga- ret Radcliff, Marguerite Roe, Laundry by the pound Starch/Press Shirts 462-5190 Mon.-Ffl, 8:30-5:30 SaL 8:30-12:30 son Garrett, Donna Rose, W.O. meeting were read and ap- Blanch Cox, Doris Dovenzi, and Self, Kenny Alltop, Alda Davis, proved. Mavis gave the Linda Cox. Nellie Allman, Jo Ann Peggs, Julia Gordon, Sylvia Bailey, Lovie Matheney, and Lynn Leady. 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