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:004 i Blm lift !i: 3: little i they !i The ings to a ster .~16 ! "d :b- ey ng th :IS ~e 1C i e e l'hursday, Feb. 19, 2004 --- The Glenville ( Studen acco lish JACQUELINE MOORE, KATIE HAROLD, AND HANNAH YEAGER Assessment High Achievement Three fifth grade students achieved out the state of West Virginia. a high level of accomplishment dur- Four is the highest possible score ing their fourth grade year at Glen- and shows exemplary status writing. Elementary. Jacqueline Moore, Each student received a letter from Katie Harold, and Hannah Yeager the superintendent of schools, David earned a 4 on the Writing Assess- Stewart, and a certificate for their ment, a test of writing skills given to accomplishments. students in grades 4,7, and 10 through- TERRY LEE ELLYSON S Mr. and Mrs. Mamoru Wakasa of Yamagata, Japan, and Mr. and Mrs. Terry. L. Ellyson of Glenville, WV, are pleased to announce the engage- ' lnfa th, hap fut ' i women s e the ure" ment and forthcoming marriage of their children, Ryoka Wakasa of Word Day of Prayer (WDP) is an international event that unites Protes- tant, Roman Catholic, Othodox, and other Christian women and men in 179 countries in prayer. Throughout the day, from the first sunrise to the last sunset, our prayers follow the sun's path around the globe. Spoken terrupted for fifty years. Glenville, and Terry Lee Ellyson II of Come andjoin you sisters and broth- Cincinnati, OH. ers in prayer with and for Panama at Wakasa is a 1998 graduate of Nanyo Glenville Christian Chapel on 20~ High School in Yamagata, Japan; she College Street beginning at 7:00 p.m. attended Japan College of Foreign on March 5, 2004. Languages. Tokyo, Japan; and then In the United States, Church transferred toGlenvilleStateCollege Women United, and ecunmenical where she graduated in December of in hundreds of languages and dia- movement working to bring peace lects, WDPstrivestobring"informed and justice, sponsors World Day of Mrs. Singleton to prayer and prayerful action" to our Prayer. An offering is taken to enable the ongoing work of the WDP Inter- national Committee, as well as that of Church Women United, the national communites. Christian women from Panama in- vite us to become better informed about their country, its history and its needs. Through the WDP service, In Faith, Women Shape the Future, they share their faith with us. Panama has conducted World Day of Prayer unin- celebrate 95th II AND RYOKA WAKASA I I .Oh my gosh, can you believe? This little lad is gonna be Fifty. Just as all little boys do, He traded his toys for bigger ones, tOO. Bought himself a Harley, the fourth one that he's had. Rides down the road, thinks he's bad. This fine fellow has so much luck. He turned around and bought a harley truck. Loves to toss bales of hay, "His dad always called him Ricochet. Bouncing from one task to another, He always makes time to check on his mother. Democrat/Pathfinder -- Page 3B GABRIEL SCOT TURNER AND KARl ANN HICKMAN nnd Mr'- Alfred Hickman of Big Springs are pleased toannounce 2003 with a B.S. degree in behavioral theengagementoftheirdaughter, Karl science and minor in criminal justice. Ann to Gabriel Scot Turner, son of Lee is a 1997 graduate of Gilmer Mr. and Mrs. Dale Turner of Louisa, County High School. He graduated VA. from Gienville State College in May Kari is the granddaughter of Mrs. of 2002 and is currently attending Hazel Snider of Big Springs, the late Cincinnati College of Mortuary Sci- Willard Snider and the late Mr. and ence, Cincinnati, OH, where he will Mrs. OrelHickman. She is aCalhoun graduate in December of 2004. County High School graduate and Lee is the grandson of Bea Ellyson also received her Bachelor of Science of Weston and the late Ralph C. degree in Business Administration Ellyson and the late Wilma Romei. from Glenville State College. She is A September 2004 wedding is be-i employed as an Administrative As- As the first son, and next a brother, he started his life. Then he became a husband when he took a wife. ing planned, i sistant at Louisa Count Hi[h School. Oleta Singleton, a long-time Stout's The following recipe is ayummy committee of WDP. Mills resident and Gilmer County Se- treat that is easy and can be made For more information about time nior Center supporter, divulged Mr forany occasion. I'm anxious for and place of local services in our age recently. community, please contact Jo Ann l The stately lady will be celebrating Spring and homemade pies makes me think of warmer days of pic- McHenry at 462-5327. her 95th birthday on Sat., Mar. 13. nics, parties and family reunions. From there, we joyfully add daddy to the list, Two beautiful daughter brought pure bliss. Apple Raspberry Pie Ingredients:l package (15 ounces) refrigerated pie crusts (2 crusts)l-1 1/4 cups sugarl/3 cup cornstarch 1/2teaspoon ground cin- namon, 5 medium baking apples such as Braeburn, peeled, cored and sliced (about 5 cups slices)l cup frozen sweetened raspberries (not in syrup) 1 egg, l tablespoon water,Vanilla ice cream (optional). Directions: 1 .Preheat oven to 400F. Let pie crusts stand at room tem- perature 15 minutes. Gently un- fold crust onto lightly floured Baker's Mat. Roll one crust into a 12-inch circle. Place crust in Deep Dish Pie Plate, pressing dough into bottom and up sides. 2.In large bowl, combine sugar, cornstarch and cinnamon; mix well. Toss apple slices with sugar mixture until evenly coated; gen-. tly stir in raspberries. Spoon apple He acquired the title Of brother-in-law, Finally became an uncle, after all. Friends and family bring him pleasure. He knows each one is a special treasure. AprilSprouse 462-7309 mixture into bottom crust. 3.Roll remaining pie crust into a 12-inch circle; place over fill- ing. Fold top crust under bot- tom crust; seal and flute edges. Whisk egg and water in small bowl; brush evenly over crust. Cut four slits in top crust to allow steam to escape. Gently place Pie Crust Shield over edge of pie. Bake 45 minutes; re- move Pie Crust Shield. Bake an additional 10-15 minutes or until crust is golden brown and apples are tender. Remove from oven; cool at least 2 hours. Serve with ice cream, if desired. Yield: 8 servings Nutrients per serving: Calories 430, Total Fat 14 g, Saturated Fat 6 g, Cholesterol 35 mg, Carbohy- drate 74 g, Protein 3 g, Sodium 210 mg, Fiber 3 g Cook's Tips: It is not necessary to thaw the frozen raspberries be- fore preparing this recipe. The Pampered Chef, Ltd. 2003 Baptism. Bible Truth/ Larry g. Keenan, Pastor Before going on with the proper subject of baptism, allow me to digress a moment to point out some- thing that few consider when deal- ing with these two ordinances of the church, i.e., the Lord's Table and baptism. Have you, the reader, ever wondered why baptism is per- formed only once and the Lord's Table is performed on a continual basis? Well, the reason is because of what each one represents. Bap- tism is carried out only once be- cause it is emblematic of our UNION with Christ as we are placed in His body, the Church, by the Holy Spirit which occurs only once. This is a one-time occurrence be- cause weare eternally saved. The Lord's Table is conducted on a con, tinual basis because it is emblem- atic of our COMMUNION or fel- lowship with the Lord which is to be maintained continually. Now back to the proper subject of baptism. Remember that we are dealing only with water baptism at this time. I will deal with Spirit baptism at another In the commission given by the Lord in Matthew 28:19, 20, we are given the proper order in the preach- ing of the gospel. In verse 19, we are to teach all nations. The word 'teach' is the Greek word 'MATHETEUO' which means 'make disciples.' We are then to baptize them, verse 19, and then in 'verse 20, we are to further teach them the commandme.nts of the Lord and here the worc teaching is the Greek word 'DID ASKO' which means 'to give instruction.' There are several instances given in the Book of Acts which give us an account of the proper subject. In Acts 8:12, it says they heard Philip preach and when they "believed" the things ~ibout the kingdom and the name of Jesus, they were then baptized. An individual believes and then baptism follows, which is the proper subject and order. In Acts 10:44'-47, Petei" is preaching and the Holy Spirit. is received by them when he speaks, which was an indication of their believing the message. Peter then indicates they should now be baptized. This again reveals the proper subject and or- der. In Acts 16:14, 15, Lydiabears Paul speak and the Lord opens her heart, and she receives the message and then she was baptized. In Acts 16:30-33, the jailer asked Paul and Silas about being saved. He was told to believe on the Lord Jesus Christ. They then preached the word and his attitude of belief/re- pentance is indicated by his change of heart in washing their stripes and he and his household were bap- tized. There are no New Testa- ment passages which teach that babies are the proper subjects of baptism. The reason for this is simple - they cannot understand and receive the message and then exercise faith (belief). If you know of a passage in the New Testament which teaches that a baby is the proper subject of bap- tism, please send it to me. Next article, I will begin dealing ' with the effects of baptism. KANAwHA DRV4E CHURCH Rte. 5, Glenville, W.Va. He loves his girls with all of his heart. They're the number one hit on his soul chart. His family loves him, and these days, Twenty-four years is more than a phase. February 20th, is his birth date. We wish him well and hope it is great. His life is full of merit; This little boy's name is Rick Garrett. G~brSet ; the ~r,ncl~nn nfM~ :~,n,! Mrs. Granvil Turner of Timberville, VA and the late Mr. and Mrs. Km', Jenkins, Jr. He is a Louisa Cuunt2 High School graduate and also re- ceived his Bachelor of Science de- gree in Interdisciplinary Social Sci- ences and Middle School Education from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA. He is employed as a teacher and coach by Louisa County Public Schools. He also serves as as- sistant pastor and evangelist of New Life Community Church in Louisa, VA. The wedding is planned for June 19, 2004. ANDREW MINIGH Minigh accepted at Dental School Andrew Minigh, son of Paul and Pam Minigh of Glenville, and grand- . son of the late Paul and Margaret Minigh-Glenville and Betty Riffle and Dale Hacker Jr,- Cedarville, has been accepted into the West Virginia Uni- versity School of Dentistry. He will begin his studies at the Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center in late August of 2004. Andrew is a 2001 graduate of Gilmer Co. High School. He is cur- rently attending Glenviile State Col- lege pursuing a Chemistry/Biology degree with acurrentcumulative grade point average of 3.66. Andrew has achieved the Vice President's Honor Rollall five semesters. W[iile attending GSC, Andrew has gained membership in the Honor's Club, the American Chemical Soci- ety, and the scientific fraternity, Chi Beta Phi. His community activities while attending college have included: Normantown Elementary basketball coach, elementary and college tutor, member of research organization to clean West Virginia streams, and Vacation Bible School teacher. Andrew is a member of the Cedar Creek Baptist Church. He ser'ces as the asst. teacher for the Teen's class and is the co-song leader. Use Cedar Creek State Park; it's got several walking trails in the rural Appalachian Mountains! I