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ng ght m ()thorn present were: Mrs. I|azei kh.Mv. Mary Susan Black. and Ghldvs Rec'd. Ran(iv I,,nes. and Mark M,ml~,)mer,, were visitors. Debbie rwin exhibits art Club to bicentennial Club of Glenville, meet in City Hall Monday, devotionals led by Mrs speaker, Dr. James Gay, discuss "'Our Beginning." Mrs. James Gay her husband. will be Mrs. Woodrow D. Banks Wilburn, and Schlotterbeck. from the club will 69th Annual Convention of Federation of Women's 13, 14, and 15 at the Hotel. Members are asked entries of crafts to the at City Hall. Mrs. Mrs. l- Hake Williams of were visited recently by Zetta J. Walker of librarian at Kanawha and her daughter. a dean's list Marshall University. were grandchildren of Clarksburg, and Alison Robert Carson of Rt. Ohio announce the birth of . cl~d. Amanda Kettle. is the former Cathy of Mr.and Mrs. Leon the granddaughter of the Lydick and Mrs. Mosie the late Mr. and Mrs. former Glenville Elizabeth Turner will exhibit these entries at the Convention. The President. Miss Bertha E. Olsen. Mrs. Ray Scott and Miss Pearl Moore will also make the trip to the Greenbrier Hotel. Coal Valley club meets The (;oat V.llev llama Demon- stration Club met last February 15 at the home of Mrs. Rose Montgomery. Mrs. Georgia Cart. club president conducted the meeting. Devotions were presented by Mrs. Virginia lanes. The lesson. Metric System U.S.A.. was presented b'~ Mrs. Rosa Montgomery. A work shop is being planned to make pillow tops. New members are: Mrs. Linda Jones. Zeldia lanes, and Mrs. Virginia Jones. of Sand Fork. ing at the home of Mrs. Ruth Greenlief of Cedar Creek. Debbie Erwm aud Paul I.ato. represented the {;St: Art l)c'par(l||e||t at l.iberty tti~h School's iirst Mountain lteritage Day lasl February 12. While there, they exhibited their art work and gave demonostrations of painting and wheel thrown puth-`rv. Debbie Erwin is currently a senior art maj,)r ;,! GS(:. She received a scholarship lasl sum,net {,) stu(lv painting on hmati,m in Nova Scotia. ;,s an apprentice at the W.Va. Slat(:.' Art & Craft Fair. Miss Erwin has w|m merit awards in watercolor at the last lw,) Collegiate Art Exhibitions. A native t)( Glenville, she plans to furlher her painting and art education by earning a Master of Fine Arts degree from Ramezan, Sumpter named to WVU Dean's List First Semester h()nor students have been named lot the West Virginia University College of Engineering. Students in lhe College of Engineering must achieve at least a 3.3 grade point average {4.0 is perfect-all A's) to be named to the Dean's List. The honor students named included: Ghassem Ramezan. son el Mr.ano Mrs. ]avad Ramezan of Rt. 7 Normantown. and Harry Ray Sumpter. son of Mrs. V~,:,ona L. Sumpter of Sand Fork. Rebekas meet Mrs. Ethel Minor of Ball Fork has just returned from Richfield. Ohio. after visiting her daughters. Mrs. Virginia Lane, Mrs. Lillian Csontos. and Mrs. Mary ]arvis. While there, she attended a luncheon at Rex Humbard's Cathedral of Tomorrow and enioved the display of Christ's Life. a hand-carved exhibit. She also visited Rev. lake Gaff of Akron. The Glenville Rebekah Lodge 104 held their regular meeting last Friday with the following officers present: Leota Blake. noble grand: Clara Newell. vice grand: Rose Turner. secretary: and Agnes Moore. treasur- er. Harliss Turner reported on progress of the new lodge hall. and the members voted to have a bake sale during Easter week. MATHE RT. 5 NEAR SAND FORK ;HE Let us design and install a beautiful and efficient kitchen the way you want it, to fit your needs. Most 0oo o are out ,,,are also stock the rono .g kmanda Morris visited Mr. 10 to 20% below list price." Formica and Formica tops -- vanmes anu p.Rob~rt ffar._sons of _...,., ..... einks of all kinds - Faucets fanc), or - S,nk lift, rigs ugh new to Bait(toO,,= ') H~lum ,L,~o - ,-,, . ' . ..... I ....... the weekend wi~'~l;" / Ventilating hoods, all colors and sizes-Hinges- nanmes l appdr, I N.l. to visit with Mr. | ..... I Bla .ckshaw. / .upen even,rigs unt,,o ! ---- k Tel. 482-7464 ill L. West, formerly, of Glenville, celebrated February 2. Her son, day with her. lives in Parkersburg. at Care Home. and welcome hearing from any is Arlington Personal 2301 Kennedy Avenue, W~/ 26101. lames E. Frashure of wish to announce the rust child, a daughter 29 at Camden Clark Hospital, named Rebekah grandparents are Mr. L. Woodford of grandparents are Mrs. Earl Frashure of Monday, arch 10 6:30 p.m. Furniture, Carpets, Food, Jewelry, Dishes, Glassware, Bedding, Miscellany of every description Fay Scott of Route 1, announces the engagement Ruth Elaine, to Robert and Mrs. William H. Springs. Virginia. graduate of Glenville a teacher at Valley School in Hot Springs, is employed by the Hot Springs, Inc. h wedding is planned. I guests at the O.N. ;lenville Were Mr. Eugene md Mildred Phillips of Port Ohio; and Mr, and Mrs. and four children. Linda and Carol Ann latngford of Glenville home from St. Mary's and is convales- GARTON INC. BROKER The Estate Ne s [ ewis, Braxton. and Harr~on Counties. Phone S9-1527 (121 MAIN AVE WV 2652 /,,v Yfz o AAUW meets lh(: (;le,,vilh: l)ran(h ,,l tlm Am,,'ri,:an Ass,)r:iation el |Jniv,~tsit~ V,)men h(:hl its regular n.,,,lld~, )neetin)~ ,m Fel)ruarv 26. The )~,),:st Sl)e. k(;r was Vance W(mkl.~. instru(:h)r ,)I (;ei))~r;,phv at (;lenvilh~ Stab: (;()lleg(:. Mr. ~A'e(:kh:y. who h.s taught ,m Am(:rit:at~ military bases it) Newl,)un(tlilnd. (Jut)at arm England, (.,mphasized the inter(iepende||te l)elween the t'nite(l States anti vari()us h)r(,'ig n (:ounlries. Senior art show at GSC A Seni()r Art Sh,,w will l)e held in the multi-purpose r,),)m t)I the Studpnt Union at Glenville State College. March 4-6. The exhibits will be on displa' Ma,',:h 6. 1,975 the (,lenville Democrat/Pathfinder 3 " , '" " ,'"' "'" Senior Citizens elect officers N,:v, ()llm(:rs were elected at the (;ihner (h)unty Senior Citizen's Center annual supper meeting last Thursday. They are: Clatlys Reed. president; (;ilbert Ree(t. secretary; Sam Reese, treasurer: an(t Pearl Williams, vice preshlent. New Board of Dire(:tors members (:hosen were: Adren Jones, Dekalb Dislrict: Merle Owens. Glenville District: Mary Ilarvey. Troy District; and Fred Furr, Center District. --- 2 _-"~_%%G- Z Z Z _- 7 ........................ RGEON RTUARY, INC. Phone ~ -~lfi,6@ w v,, LIC[:NSED MORT/ClANS J.J. Spurgeon. Pres M. Stephen Strickland .. THE HOPE OF OUR Trinity l;nited Methodist (]hurch Thursday, March 6 -- tun(or Choir Rehearsal, 6 p.m. Confirmation Class, 7 p.m. Council on Ministries. 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Mrch 8 -- Men's Prayer Breakfast. 8 a.m. Sunday'. March 9 - Church School. 9:45 a.m. Worship, Sermon: "'Cross Bearing" 10:55 a.m. Youth Fellowship and Youth Choir, 6 p.m. Tuesday. March 11 - Sanctuary Choir rehearsal. 7 p.m. First Baptist Church, Glenville Sunday, March 9 - Sunday school for all ages, 9:45 a.m.. Morning Worship. 11 a.m. Evening Service. 7:30 p.m. Rev. I.E. Slater, pastor. Wednesday, March 12 - Prayer and Bible Study, 7:30 p.m. Church Choir Rehear- sal, 6:30 p.m. Good Shephe rd Ca t holic Church, Mineral Road., Glenville (;hur(:h oI Christ (;lenville Sunttav. March 9 -- Bibh.~ Service. 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship. 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 12 - Mi(t-week service, 7 p.m. Troy [;nite(l Methodist Cir(:uit Sunday. March 9 - Cox's Mill, 10 a.m. Troy. II am. Doyle Cahpel, 7 p.m. Unihxl Methodist Glenville (]irt:uit Sunday. March 9 -- Ellis, Ott(;rbein. 10 a.m. (;()liege St.. 11 a.m. Oak Grove, 2 Gospel MissiOn Church Sand Fork Regular~ ,~ervice on Friday night, at 7~30 p.m. Crooked R,j~ Hethodist Preachingeyery second and fourth SU~'I 7:30 p.m. Seventh l)ay Adventist Church BibLe study a~ sing every Saturday. March 8 - first and third Sunday, 7:30 Bil)le Study. lOa.m. Worship p.m. ' ~" Service, 11 a.m. Old fashioned sing every fourth Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Pentecostal Church Public invited. River Street Second an(t fourth Rhoades Chapel Saturday evening service. 7 MemorialChurch Little Bull Run p.m. Sunday, March 9 --. Sunday school every Evening Service. 7:30 p.m. Sunday, 10 a.m.; Preaching ::Sugday. March 9 - The . Eackar4st Celebratmn at. 11:15 a.m. Fr. David Glockner, Pastor, Dial-a- prayer 462-5130. Sunday, March 9 - Sunday school, 10 a.m. Glenville Presbyterian Norning Worship service at Church 11 a.m. with the Rev. Michael Edwards. Evening Sunday, March 9 - services at 7:30 p.m. Church School, 9:45 a.m. ~Aednesdav,' , March 12- Service for Lord's Day at 11 Prayer Meeting, at 7;30 p.m. a.m. Special singing each service. We(tnesdav. March 12- every first Sunday by Rev., Evening Service,, 7:30 p.m, Gaylord Vanhorn and every : third Sunda~ by Revl C|~nn Church of God Kirkpatrick. Prayer meet. North Lewis. Glenville ings on Wednesdays, 7 p.m, Stewarts Creek Church Sunday School every Sunday 10 a.m. Preaching each second Sunday morn- ing and fourth Sunday night with Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick This Cburcb Calendar Is Brought To You By Lending Firms In This Area Who Realize The Importance Of The Church In This Community VILLAGE 3 "'Clothing For Moderns" 202 E. Main St. Glenviile W.Va. GLENVILLE TEXACO SERVICE Dodge - Sales & Service Robert B. Chapman Main St. Gienville i i ilJl$111 CALHOUN SUPER SERVICE. INC. 102-O4 S. Lewis Glenville HAMRIC'S JEWELRY Quality le- airy -- Watch Repair 107 E. 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