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!! ,mer County Almanac discuss t meeting of the of the American University Women held on Wednesday, I 204 of the GSC Forestry Road. g will begin at Program to follow at 8 and Michael Bond/, the GSC Forestry present a program on re of house plants and of plant propagation. lttending the program to propagate at A tour of the college the program. holds B.S. and M.S. from Michigan She has extensive i greenhouse operations, plant courses, and a gardening project ry school students in In her first year of Ms. Ross instructs a in greenhouse in plant propagation. studied at Iowa State in New Zealand for his Last spring he had for the operation greenhouse. In his GSC, Mr. Bond/ is classes in land- materials and in holding a bacca- degree is eligible in AAUW. All area invited to attend this Welfare dept. will do home repair The Commission on Aging has made available to the local welfare office funds for a home repair and winterization program for senior citizens, (Plastic for windows, caulk- ing, heat tapes, insulation for water pipes, etc.) To be eligible for the program you must be at least 60 years old or older, be a recipient of Supplemental Security Income and own your own home or have lifetime rights to it. The project is limited to $500 per family which includes any previous work done by the Department of Welfare's Home Repair program. For more information call the Department of Welfare at 462-7371. Four pass GED at Career Center Wilma Goodrich of Rt. 318 Grantsville, Nile Williams and Everett Sampson of Big Bend and Judy Groves of Stouts Mills all recently passed the G.E.D. test given at the Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center. Three of the adult basic education students were allowed to take the test free after they had completed thirty hours or more of study at the Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center. Something to sell? Try our Want-Ads. Proven sellers for your miscellaneous items. Call 462-7309 now: February 17, 19'/7 North Bend not what they say it is Officers of the Country Roads Travel Council. a group which promotes tourism in west central West Virginia, recently investigated one of the attractiong they had been touting and found it wasn't hat they said it was. The group has been promoting this area in travel shows in Canada and the northeast. Theyiist Cedar Creek State Park and the West Virginia Folk Festival as attractions in Gilmer County. North Bend State Park in Ritchie County is one of the major Fitzpatrick to lead Bike-A-Then Mrs. Dennis Fitzpatrick has been named Glenville Chairman of the Breath of Spring Bike-A-Then to fight children's lung-damaging diseases, according to Jay Crouse, president of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Mrs. Fitzpa trick will lead local volunteers in organizing a Bike-A-Then in Glenville to raise funds to support research and Teddy Peters, Lacelle Lang wed Miss Lacelle Lung of Mass/lion, Ohio and Mr. Teddy Peters of Glenville were married in the chapel of the First United Methodist of Mass/lion, Ohio on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 22 at 2 p.m. The Rev. Karl Bucey officiated. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Paul McClintock of Mass/lion. Mrs. McClintock is a niece of the bride. A reception was given at the McClintock residence. The couple is residing at the groom's home in Glenville. Unreclaimed coal-stripped land in the United States occupies an area larger than Rhode Island. Each day more than 400,000 pounds of sulfuric acid leaches into streams from strip mines, reports the, National Geo- graphic Society. Marsh, W/1//am Parker wed at Rock Grove Bridesmaids were Miss Kennetha Parker, twin sister of the bridegroom and Miss Connie Sommerville of Buckhannon. They wore dusty pink gowns fashioned identical to the maid of onor and their bouquets were white daisies and baby breath sprayed cranberry srlth matching streamers. The groom and his attendants were dressed in cranberry tuxedos. Serving as best man was the bridegroom's brother, Steve Parker. Ushurs were Mike Marsh, brother of the bride, and J.B. Parker, brother of the bridegroom. The flower girl, Miss Sherry Owens of Clarksburg was dressed in a cranberry gown and she carried a white basket of pink and white daisy petals. The ring bearer, Jimmy Stuffer of Lost Creek was dressed in a tuxedo identical to the groomsmen and he carried a white lace covered pillow upon which were tied the wedding bands of the bride and grooa. The bride's mother wore a full length gown of pink polyester with a short tie jacket of pink floral. Her corsage was of pink and white daisies. The mother of the bridegroom was attired in a full length gown of brown polyester and her corsage was an orchid. The bride's maternal grand- mother wore a tan polyester printed dress and a corsage of wkite daisies. Traditional and contemporary wedding music was played by Mrs. Grace B. Waldrop of Weston, former piano teacher of the bride. Vocal selections were rerdered by Tanuny and Steve Tuell of Mineral Wells. Their selections included, "Time in a Bottle," "Annie's Song," and "The Wedding Song." Miss Tuell also sang "The Lord's Prayer" accompanied by Mrs. Waldrop as the couple knelt at the altar. Assisting with 'the reception, which followed in the church basement, were ladies of the Rock Grove Mission Society. The bride's table was covered with a sheer organza tablecover, white over pink, which belonged to her aunt, Mrs. M. J. Foster of Weston. The five tier wedding cake was decorated white and pink. The punch was served from an antique, hand-cut punch bowl, loaned to the bride by Mrs. Cloud Drake of Baldwin. Organ music recorded by left Borah, Orrvtlle, Ohio, close friend of the bride, was played during the reception. Registering the guests were Miss Becky and Martha ViUers of Glenville. Rice bags were distributed by Miss Kim Owens of Clarksburg. The bride and bridegroom are both graduates of Lewis County High School and are students at Glanvilla State College. Mrs. Parker is a junior elementary education major and a member of Kappa Delta Pi, the education honorary. Mr. Parker is majoring in business administration and is employed by Dowel/in Glenville. After a short wedding to Pennsylvania the couple are at home at 181,4 Brooklyn Drive, Glenville. Cynthia and William Parker and William married at Rock in a ceremony Harry C. Miller on P.m. M. Marsh of Alum arker is the son of Mr. Parker of Route 3, Was decorated with and pink daisies altar. A table in the three tier silver a silver tray upon service for were marked with :y Court white bows, greenery and a single pink flower, Escorted to the altar by her father and given in marriage by her parents, the bride was attired in a full length gown of white polyester, sheer organza, and lace. The gown was designed with an empire waist, the bodice was polyester covered with lace, long sheer organza sleeves with cuffs of lace trimmed with tiny pearls, the skirt had an overlay ,of sheer organza and was sprinkled with appliqued lace bows in the center of which was a small pearl and it featured a wide ruffle of lace. Her Juliet headpiece, covered to match the gown and appliqued with lace bows and pearls, secured her four tier veil of bridal illusion. The gown and veil were made by the bride's mother. Her only jewelry was a tiny, diamond, heart locket a gift from the bridegroom. Her bridal bouquet consisted of white daisies, pink sweetheart roses, and baby breath with white streamers tied in loveknots. She carried out the tradition of something old, new, borrowed, and blue. Miss Karen Frazier, of Jane Lew, was the bride's maid of honor. She wore a cranberry gown fashioned with an empire waist, stand-up dollar, and long, full sleeves with wide cuffs. Her bouquet was white daisies and baby breath sprayed dusty pink with matching streamers. lrnest Garrett grant their interests in 67 acres on Dusk on Joes Run, 129 Kanawha, 78.75 Run, 37 acres on acres on Poplar on Poplar Lick. care programs for children affected by lung-damaging diseases like Cystic Fibrosis. severe asthma chronic bronchitis, and bronchiectasis. The Bike-A-Then campaign period will be held during the months of March and April. Approximately one of every 1,500 babies is born with Cystic Fibrosis, which is still incurable, C/F is inherited when both parents carry the recessive gone for C/F. It is believed that one in twenty persons, or a total of ten million Americans, is a symptom- less carrier of this gene, Current research funded by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is soaking a practical test to identify these carriers, as well as a cure for C/F and better methods of treatment for all lung-damaging diseases. Because of improved treatment developed through research, many C/F patients are now living into their teens The Glenville Demoeratl Pathfinder 3 attractions in the area they promote. They've been telling people the park is a full-service year :around facility. They recently found that it soon will not be. The council maintains that a cut back on services and other new policies by the Department of Natural Resources Parks Division could have a detrimental effect on tourism in this region. Travel council president Joe Lockhart and executive vice president Steve Nicely recently visited the park. They say the cook and front desk attendant served as waitresses in the dining room while still performing their regularly assigned duties. They say there are restrictions on accepting reservations or walk-in guests unless they request at least 15 rooms. Nicely said that in previous years North Bend had one of the best occupancy rates of those parks staying open during the winter. He said that during January and February, 1975, North Bend had the best occupancy rate of the year around facilities. "The closing of North Bend during the winter months would not only be a questionable move, but would elimi- nate the only full-service year around lodging and dining facility between Parkersburg and Clarksburg on U.S. Rt. 50, one of the state's maior highways" said Nicely, Family Album Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Minigh of Jane Low are proud to announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, on Feb, 10 at United Hospital Center in Clarksburg. She weighed 7 lbs. 11 V2 oz. and has been named Julia Ann. The mother is the former Peggy Ann Shiflet, daughter of Mrs. May Shiflet and the late Walter P. Shiflet of Stouts Mills. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs, Paul Minigh of Rt. 1, Glenville. E.M. 2 Robert E. Barker, foster son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gainer, is home on leave from the Navy for several days He has been stationed in Norfolk Vs. and is in route to Great Lakes Naval Base, Great Lakes, Ill. Sgt. and Mrs. Wayne Mencer and daughter Amy of Goldsboro, N.C. spent last week visiting in Glenville and Flatwoods. They visited Mr. Mencer's mother in Glenville, Mrs. Beulah Courtney and brother Jim Mencer and family. In Flatwoods they visited Mrs. Mencer's parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard Marple and other relatives. Mr. Mencer has spent the last four years in the Air Force. He recently reHnlisted for four more years. 45, of Sand 34, of Sand Fork. and young adulthood. This same treatment is also benefiting and often curing children suffering from other lung-damaging diseases. Even with this progress, the need of millions of children who struggle to breathe grows larger, and with it the need for more volunteers and more funds. --2C2 ....... -22C22Z .............................. _.t SPURGEON MORTUARY, INC. Glenville, W. Va. Phone 462 7660 L ICENSED MOR T/CIA N J.J. Spurgeon, Pres. ..................  ...................... --_-_-_ZZZI22L .....ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY Copen Creek Church Sunday School every Sunday at I0 a.m., preaching services every second Sunday at 9:45 a.m. Letter Gap Community Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m. Preaching every 1st and 5th Sunday at 11 a.m. by Roy. Glenn Kirkpatrick. United Methodist Glenvllla Circt let Sunday: El 10 a.m., Blackburn 11 a.m., College St. 7:30 p.m.: 2nd Sunday: Otterbein t0 , an., College St. 11 a.m,, Dak Grove, 7 p,m,: 8rd Saaday= Oetk Grove 10 a.m., College St. 11 a.m., Ottarbein 7:30 p.m.; 4th Sunday: Otterbein 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. Rhodes Chapel, Memorial Church Uttle  m, Sunday School at 10 a.m. every Sunday. Preaching Services every third Sunday at 11:00 a.m. by Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick. stewerts Oreek Church Sunday School every Sunday at lO a.m. Preaching each Second Sunday morning with Ray. Glenn Kirkpatrlck. Leadla8 Creellr, Baldl=t Church Stmday School at 10 a.m. Preaching Services on first Sunday of month by Rev. Harry Miller. Friday, July 30 there will be a sing in the church at 7:30 p.m. Tanner United Methodist Church 1st Sunday - Nit. Liberty 10 a.m., Trace Fork at 11 a.m. Youth meeting at parsonage 6:30 p.m. 2nd Sunday Tanner 11 a.m., 7 p.m. Crooked Run. 3rd Sunday Rosevflle 10 a.m.. Trace'Fork 6:30 p.m.. 4th Sunday same as second. Prayer meeting 7 p.m. avery night, Crooked nun Methodist Chusch Preaching every second and fourth Sunday, 7:00 p.m. Bible study and sing every first and third Sunday, ,7:fl0p.m. Old fashioned sing every fourth Saturday, 7..00 p.m. Public invited. Seventh Day Advtit .Dial Truth 462-8333. Saturday - Bible Study 10 a.m. Worship service at 11 a.m. Church of God of Propbecy Dusk Camp Sunday School 10 a.m., Morning Worship - 11 a.m. Pastor J.B. Groves, VL,B. Youth Service, Sunday 6 p.m.. Evangelistic Service, Sunday 7:30 p.m., Mid-week Service - 7:30 p.m.. Wednesday. Church ofC, ed Peweli St. Glemville Pentecoutl Sunday morning worship service Gospel Tabernacle Noa-dmtnatioas] Walnut St, Sunday School at 10 a.m, and Sunday services at 7:30 p.m. Prayer meetings Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. C, OSl! lamioa Sand Fork There will be regular services Friday night' at the gospel mission. Church Sunday School 10 a.m.. Prayer Meeting - Thursday, 7 p.m.. Preaching, nd Sunday at 11 a.m. Pemtal Church ih, er St. Second mad Fourth Saturday evening Service. 7 p.m. Sunday service af 7 p.m. Wednesday evening service at 7:30 p.m. Curch o Chrbt Sunday - Bible Service. 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship at 7 p.m. Wsdnesday - Midweek ser- vice at 7 p.m. Glenville Presbyterian Church Sunday - Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Service for the Lord's Day at 11 a.m. First Baptist Church at 10 a.m. Evening worship on Sundays and Wednesdays at 7 p.m. Pentecoetal Church IUvm, St. Services will be held only on Sundays at 7 p.m. until further notice. Trinity United Methodist Thursday, Feb. lO--lunior Choir rehearsal at 6 p.m. and the Sanctuary Choir rehearses at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 12--Men's fellow. ship breakfast at 8 a.m. Sunday-Morning worship, 11 a.m.. nursery provided. Evening- informal worship, favorite hymns and message at .7 p.m. and Baptist Yout Fellowship at 5:30 p.m. Good Shepherd CttheUc Churdt Minerel Rd., Glenvme Sunday--Mass will be held at II a.m. Holy Day Mass Will be held at 7 p.m. A college Mass will be held in the downstairs of the Wesley Foundation on Sundays at 9 p.m. Fr. Michael Rooney. -THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS URGE YOU TO GO TO CHURCH DAVIS CLOTliG STORE "Ciotlda| far Moderns" 202 K Msia St. Ghmvllle, W. Vs. G FOlD sALEs Ford Sales & Service Robert B. Chapmen Main St. GleavJne I CALHOUN SUPER SERVICe, INC. 10.0 S. lewis Glenvib t co00.t00avst.00n r_devlne l'be s2.eee GLENVILLE MIDLAND CO. (2othtn8 for the Whele remily Maln St. Gienvme GILMER GRAPHICS, INC. 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