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Page 8 -- The Glenville Democi'at/Pathf'mder-- Thursday, Feb. 26, 2004 ,d Pat's Illl ill Pat Ridpath, Burnsvjlle 853-2401 II 'II I [I l I have a little footnote to what I I both work at Sharpe Hospital. wrote about Guy Collins. He was Sharpe just went through an in- much loved by his family and friends, spection and I heard that we did well. Dotty Collins from Oak Hill called I am proud of that. and told me that Steven, Loretta and Remember the Ash Wednesday Daniel idolized their uncle. Dotty service at 7:00 p.m. at the Burnsville had missed the column in which I Methodist Church on February 25. mentioned the tragic death of Guy. We had a mock code Friday morn- She called me and wanted to know ing and I want to thank Jason Wible, how I could have left out someone Scott Belknap, Steve Smith, Kim like Guy who is well known in this Dodson, Beverly Spencer, and Lee area and by many travelers who had to Marsh for a job well done. These stop and get some car repairs at weremembersofourCodeBlueteam Burnsville. She is going to try to get for that shift. the back copy of the Glenville Demo- It is always frightening to hear a crat that her morn evidently forgot to "code" announced over the loudspeak- send to her. She may have to sub- ers, for we never know who might be scribe to her own copy, shesaid. She in distress. This happened to be Annie knows her children will want to keep (or is it Andrew), the mannequin. the item about their beloved uncle. I talked to Marge (Hardman) Burke Good news! Myrtie Jo (Conley) this week, trying to get Sharon Singleton is supposed to come home (Hardman) West's address for Roy soon! I am so glad about that. Exline, a cousin of theirs who lives at Sadnews! Lawrence Whytseil died High Point, NC. Joanna Barnett got last week. That was the last of his Sharon's email address for me, so I generation in that family. My sympa- emailed Sharon and got the address to thies to his family, send to Roy. (Marge couldn't find her The Methodist pastor, Tim Kelley, address book, and I can relate to that and most of the choir members sur- problem! I lose notes relating to the prised us (well, almost, except Tim let column and other things, too.) Roy's the cat out of the bag on Friday) and grandfather and Marge and Sharon's came to our church in Gassaway on grandfather were brothers. Their Saturday! Of course, we could not let mother, Hazel,stayedwith theExline's them be there and NOT sing a couple when she taught at Falls Mill, and he ofsongs for us, which they gladly did. says, "I was one of her 2rid grade In their worship service on Sunday, pupils, very much in love with her." Pastor Tim told the congregation that (How many of you were in love with someone called the Seventh-day your teachers at least once during Adventist (SDA) Church a "cult" last your school years?) I am proud of week. He said that if anyone told Sharon. At 9:00 a.m. on June 13 in them SDA Church is a cult, to tell Wesley Chapel at Wesleyan College, them to go worship with them some she will be ordained as a full member Saturdayandtheywouldfindoutthey and elder in the United Methodist are not a cult. The Methodists and Church, the culmination of six years Adventists enjoyed aFellowship Din- of hard work. her, then spent an hour or so just I hope I will get to attend. singing and talking. It was wonder- I am hopi,g that the w(ormation I ful! Then'the Methodists and I went sent to Mar) Clark ab~ at Charles, and met the Napier Methodists at the Reginald and Roger B~,cklew was Braxton Health Care Center where what she wan',t'd. Slit' is '.vorking on we sang again ior about an hour. We a Knight history and Majc and,Sylvia love those beautiful residents, and (Bucklew) Knight had those boys in they seemed to enjoy singing along their home for awhile. with us. Remember that I wrote to you ask- I have this problem. I write little ing if anyone had information about notes and try to keep them together to William Thomas Jeffries who was put into my Chat the following week, killed by a train on the track some- but sometimes the notes get put into a where near Burnsville around 1913? pocket and I find it many weeks later. I heard again from Geraldine Jeffries Such as this: Dick and Jean Leggett Watson and she still is looking for celebrated their 50th wedding anni- someone who could help her with this versary on January 16th. information. She also wants to an- Now that is newsworthy! Con- Bounce the Jeffries Reunion on Au- gratulations to both of you! gust 15, 2004 at the Lewis County On the same note was information Park in Weston. If anyone wants to about Burnsville Library having get in touch with her about the re- Amnesty through February. Overdue union or the death of William, you fines will be eliminated on any books may contact her at 301-924-3440 or returned up to March 1, and then the email her at Pickensgir131@aol.com. fines begin again. You still have a Toni Wine wants to say Happy little time. There is a drop slot for Birthdaytoherfriend, ErcelynBrown after-hour returns, on March 10. Ercelyn is Steve Brown's Talking about the Library, it is so mother. I add my wishes to Toni's. beautiful. RoB Spaur has done a fan- Ercelyn was aclassmate of my aunt tastic job putting in a ceiling in the Eloise (McNemar) Howes. main room. Ifyou have not been there Toni says don't forget St. Patrick's lately, it would be a valuable use of Day on March 17, and wear green. your time. Pare Wine and her assis- Toni and the other workers at Pre- tant, Pat Blake, have done marvelous cision Services want to wish their things to make the Library beautiful Director, Karen Short, a Happy Birth- and usable. Support your Library! dayonMarch 12. That is also my son ROADIE DANIEL GRAY AND SHEENA LYNN ty Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Nicholson of drafting. She is currently employed New Milton would like to announce by Thrasher Engineering as a CAD theengagementandupcomingweding Technician in Clarksburg. of their daughter, Sheena Lynn to The future groom is a 2001 gradu- Roadie Daniel Gray, son of Roy Gray, ate of Doddridge County High School. Jr. of West Union. He also attended United Technical Sheena's paternal grandparents are Center for two years majoring in car- Dale Nicholson and Eleanor pentry. He is currently employed by Nicholson of New Miltion. Her ma- Labor Union in Morgantown. ternal grandparents are John and Nyla The couple became engaged on June Poole of GlenviUe. 23, 2002. Their open wedding cer- Roadie's paternal grandparent is emony is planned for May 1, 2004 at Brenda Barnhart of Parkersburg. His 3:00 p.m. The wedding ceremony will maternal grandparent is SteUaBackus take place at the Doddridge County of Salem. Park on Snowbird Road. The recep- The bride-to-be is a 2001 graduate tion will follow imemediately. of Doddridge County High School. The couple will reside in Salem, She also attended United Technical i WV ............... Center for three years, majoring in Be patient with everyone, but above all with yourself. .. ---St. Francis De Sales The meeting was called to order by President Bonnie Drake at 1:30 p.m. Barbara Reed had d~votions, Pledge of Allegiance was said by all. Then we joined hands and had silent prayer. She read "Some Thoughts About Love," and "Love and Romance Through the Eyes of Children." Reading of minutes by Helen James was approved as read. Roll call was done by Helen James. We answered by naming famous women of WV. ers on Diabetics. She did a real good job. Bonnie Drake had the Feb. lesson "Famous Women of WV." There are several famous women from WV. She did a great job. Jackson's Mill conference is April 21-22. Show and share day at Ritchie Co. Fair Grounds is March 9. Cost is $5.00 at the door. Bonnie adjourned the meeting at 2:55 p.m. Refreshments were served by DRS. POST AND RICK SMITH Post-Smith nuptials planned Ellen Post and Rick Smith would eral Hospital. r i " like to announce their engagement Rick is the son of Rick and Karen and upcoming wedding plans. Smith of Clarksburg. He is the grand- Ellen is the daughter of Betty sonofJewellSmithandthelateArthur Hewitt, formerly of Glenville, and Smith, of West Palm Beach, FL. He is Emmett Post, of Parkersburg. She is a 1997 graduate of West Virginia the granddaughter of Kate Hewitt. Wesleyan College and a 2001 gradu- formerly of Glenville. Ellen is a 1997 ate of the WVU School of Medicine. graduaw ofWe~t Virgini~ ! Tni, cr~ity He currently wort's as a resident phy- and a 2001 graduate of the WVU sician at Ruby Memorial Hospital in School of Medicine. She currently Morgantown. Following residency, works as a resideqt physician at Pitt Rick will begin a Cardiology fellow- County Memorial Hospital in ship atWVU. Greenville, NC. Following residency, The wedding is planned for May Ellen plans to work at Fairmont Gen- 29, 2004, in Glenvilte. Margaret Radcliff 462-8250 Conings Looking to Spring Beautiful weather is still happening they are calling for it to change. The tractors, have finished work on the last couple of days we have had lots of Conings Hill when the road was slip- wind. Good to dry up the mud. ping away. Now it is much better and Spring is closer, 25 days. safer. They are working on a slip on James Greenlief of Upper Big Run link and also on 47, next to Linn. Lewis Flesher is rushing spring. He has been helping a neighbor move. Mr. Anderson is moving back to Sand has his lawn mower out and cut some Fork after selling his farm on Upper grass. I'll bet he will be tired of mow- Big Run. ing before the summer is over. Now that the weather is nicer than Happy Birthday to all March ice, Mildred Radcliff can get out and birthday's. Enjoy your special day. ride theSeniorBus toGlenville. It has Our thoughts and Prayers are with been a long winter for her, along with the Helen Wellings family. Helen lots of other people, passed away Tues., after a long ill- The State Road, along with con- Bess. CEOS February Meeting Held The glenville CEOS met on Febru- ary 10 at 1:00 pm at Ann Nicholson's home. Ann presided over the meeting in the absence of the President. Ann Nichoison had devotions. Roll call was answered with a name Carol Kimble had an informative lesson on Famous Women of WV. Among the earliest attempts to out- line women's history in WV is WV Women by Jim Comstock. In this 1974 book, Comstock provides IThe Fifth Sunday Meeting of the Ministers, Deacons and l~yrnen of the Mr. I Pisgah Baptist Association to be held with the Liberty Missionary Baptist | Church, Arnoldsburg, WV February 28 & 29, 2004 | THEME: Fullness I Saturday Morning I 10:00 Devotional~nd Address of Welcome - Bro. Charlie Mc Known I 10:15 Adoption of Program, Business Session I 10:30 Sermon: "Fullness of Christ," Col. 2:11-15 - Elder Darrill Hashman I I 1:15 Sermon: "Fullness of Things Above," Col.3:1-4 - Elder Robert Wood I 12:00 Benediction & Blessing on the Noon Meal | Saturday Afternoon | 1:15 Devotional- Deacon Melville Moyers | 1:30 Midyear Association Meeting . I 1:45 Sermon: "Fullness of His Peace, Word & Name," Col. 3:20, 21 - Elder Larry Fisher[ 2:30 Benediction / Saturday Night / 7:00 Devotional - Deacon Don Ody I 7:15 Evangelistic Message & Invitation to the Unsaved - Brother Joe Moyers / Sunday Morning | 10:00 Devotional - Deacon Edwin White | 10:15 Sermon - "Fullness of Communication," Col. 4:2-6 - Elder George Rose / 11:00 Sermon - "Fullness of Fellowship,"Col. 4: 10-14 - Elder Dick Adams | 11:45 Song and Testimonial Service 1 12:00 Benediction & Blessing on the Noon Meal I Sunday Afternoon I 1:15 Devotional - Bro. Lane Smith / 1:30 Sermon - "Fullness of Paul's Heart," Col. 4: 15-18 - Elder Richard Westfall | 2:15 Fellowship Service, Adjournment and Benediction / / PROGRAM COMMITFEE: Bro. Leroy McHenry, Den. Nolan Moyers, Elder I Michael Richardson I IIIII I I II I Treasurer's Report was read hy Bonnie Drake and Beulah Metz.a famous woman from WV. Mary sketches of 230 women and organi- There is talk of closing some of the Chuck's birthday, as well as my step- DonzeilaVillers, and was approved as Smith was welcomed as a new mem- zations. smalleronesbutitwouldbeabigloss granddaughter, Tara (Garden)read. to our community. Donnen. We had to cancel ourJanuary,,meet- Respectfully Submitted: ber. Thirteen members were present. Nancy Bezrutch served dessert with There are several computers that Chuck lives in Ft. Lauderdale and MinutesandTreasurersreportswere a Valentine theme. The following ing. Helen had the lesson of Justa Club Reportergiven and approved, members were present: Nancy you can use if you don't have one, or is a registered nurse. Tara lives in Little Sugar." She gave us some poir~-Beulah Metz if yours is on the blink, as mine is: Buckhannon and is a Social Worker. Lorene Hardman offered severalBezrutch, Maxine Clark, Evelyn Brad Moyers went with the librarians Other birthday wishes from Toni ~ ideas that the members might be inter- Hardman, Lorene Hardman, recently to Charleston and he is ex- are for Jason Ramsey, friend, March Minnora Community Center Events estedin. It was decided that we adopt MarthaHarold, CarolKimble, Ann cited about that trip. He, along with 6; Peggy Nicholson, Toni's friend and " an angel from the angel tree. Also Nicholson, GraceOppe, PebblePritt, have a penny jar for school supplies. Jane Singleton, Mossie Taggert, Zella all the Board members, urges you to mine, on March 18; Dottle Ramsey,, Professional Wrestling got, ds, baby chicks will be sold. Both motions were made and sec- Rock and new member, Mary Smith. support your Library by visiting it, Toni'sfriendandmycousin, onMarch Professional Wrestling returns to TheC_.alhounCountyKitchenBandonded. SubmittedbyNancyBezrutch, Sec. using it and talking it up to your 22; Ruth Carson, friend, March 21; the Minnora Community Center on will perform from 1:00 to 3:00. Free Craft Day will be on March 5. retary friends and congressmen." Ramie Hughes, friend, March 14; Fri., March 5. A great lineup is ex- admission. $5.00 per table space. Baldwin Club will furnish soup. Amore recent note I made for my- Bobbi Gibson, friend, March 13; Matt self is also lost, but I remember what Carr, worker, March 30; Pauline pected, including a rematch of the Register in advance. Call 655-7149. ~ I wanted to say. I ate some of Sam Morgan, March 30; Steve Hosey and Batten Twins vs. the Cuban Assassin and Johnny Blast. The kitchen opens , Plan Your Garden Attend one or more ofthe CANA meetings in Glenville between March Lantz's banana-pepper jelly while I Debbie Swearing, friends, both on at 6:30 and wrestling starts at 7:30. Its time to start planning for spring C~? ~'71~ was at work the other night. YES, March 23. Lafb~Uectht~neloW~reless broadband Internetaecess project! banana pepper! It was delicious, with Maranatha! Get there early for ringside seats. For gardening. Plan to i~lant some extra to p ogy at 462-7361 for details. justthe tiniest tang of"hot." Sam and information, call 655-7149. sell at the Minn0ra Community Farmer's Market. Seventeen market Flea Market days are planned b~tween May and OFer 20 years experience - Reasonable rates On March 6, the MinnoraCommu- September. Table i~pace for home nity Center Flea Market will be in grown produce will free, Electronic filing - Multi'- state returns swing from noon io 4 p.m. downstairs For more information, call 655- Personal and Business returns in the main building. Antiques, crafts, 7149. jewelry, canning jars, home b~_~ed ! t "-'-- FLYNN S TAXSERVICI 405 North Lewis Street Glenville, WV r R Ath ,,e. James & Anne Flynn - 462-7603 "jaflynn@rtoLnet Looking for a New Home? Then give me a call at e H, ,m, ow of