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Page I0 m The Glenville ~rat/Pathfinder --~Tnursday, Mar. 18, 2004 ; News JoAnn Woodyard 462-7093 ' I I I I I I ~LK L II .... o Pretty Weather Induces Planting Our Sympathy goes out to the Nolan family and the Hamric family on the loss of their loved ones. Last Tuesday our Senior Satellite and Community Club on Cedar Creek had our monthly dinner. We had a nice meal and fellowship. I want to welcome our new members that re- cently joined the club. We surely have been having some pretty weather. I see a few have their gardens plowed. I have a few tomatos plants up. I want to plant more. I sure enjoy watching them grow. My mother would raise such nice plants, she had a green thumb, I sure do miss my mother and dad; they were such good I It was good to see Ray Turner out to the Senior Supper, he says it is Pat Rahtpath, Bnrnsville good to be back among his neighbors 853-2401 and friends. We want to wish Ray a happy 74 th Birthday March 15. Sad Ne Revival will start at the Old Ger- WS~ man Church at Chapel March 21 at 7 p.m Come out and hear different Finally. I have my own computer 3p.m.,alongwiththeexhibition.Also, preachers and singers each night, back! You can reach me aton May 29 tbere will be a reception at We want to remember in all our Ithas the Burnsville Library from 2 p.m. to prayers all the sick and shut-ins all beenacoupleofmonths, butitseems 4 p.m. Dr. Harry Wiant, Jr.(my~ther over, wherever they may be. like a couple of years! (Although I Sonny) will be guest speaker at the To remove waters rings and stains !loved going to my sister's house to Library. BrentBoggsandotherdigni- from inside small glass or crystal use her computer.) It is great to be taries have been invited. vases, dampen the inside and add any back on email hearing from people I So, all of you history buffs and toilet bowl cleaners. Let stand 10 love but seldom see in person. minutes, rinse thoroughly. I am" not sure everyone heard the parents. MargaretRaddiff 462--8250 Pancake Dinner Sat. March 20 Spring will be here this week. until next winter. Maybe things will warm up soon. I have heard a few people talk There is till some sickness in the about planting gardens. I guess it community. Blanche Cox is in the won't be long. Camden Clark hospital at Don't forget if you like pancakes, Parkersburg, 800 Garefield Ave., come to Mt. Earnest Church on Sat. Fourth floor Room 2 B. She appreci- March 20, 4 to 7 pro. The proceeds ate cards. Jeanie Scott is home now will go to the Charge Vacation Bible improving slowly. School. Everyone welcome, come Lanta Radcliff is still busy cutting and enjoy. fire wood. Maybe it won't be needed Andrew Persinger Graduates from Mountaineer ChalleNGe Academy TheMountaineerChaileNGe Acad- emy is pleased to announce that Cadet Andrew Wayne Persinger, the son of Gone and Debra Persinger of Linn has completed the requirements for gradu- ation. Cadet Persinger is one of 92 graduates from thirty-six counties across the State of West Virginia. Class 2-03 is the twenty-first class to complete this West Virginia National Guard Program. Commencement ex- ercises were held Friday, December 12,2003 at the Craig Civic Center in Kingwood. The Honorable Jon Blair Hunter, West Virginia State Senator from the 14th District, gave the com- mencement address. ANDREW PERSlNGER While attending the Academy, Ca- det Persinger was recognized for re- ceiving the Academic Award for Most Improved Cadet, Highest Academic Points, Honor's List, Instructor's List (three Times), Mentorship Award, as well as obtaining the First, Second and Third Phase Completion Ribbons. Cadet Persinger also participated in the following leadership position: Pla- toon Guidon Bearer. All graduating Cadets have com- pleted the 22-week residential phase of ChalleNGe which includes activi- ties in eight core component areas ranging from Community Service to Employability Skills. In addition to classroom studies, the Cadets trav- eled to the Nation's Capitol in Wash- ington, DC. Cadets in this class pro- vided over 6900 hours of Community Service for such organization as the Heartland Nursing Home, Preston County Animal Shelter and Arthurdate Heritage. Following graduation, these Cadets will begin a one-year post-residential phase of ChalleNGe which includes placement activities in education and/oremploy- mont. Applications are currently being accepted for Class 2-04 which begins in July. Call 1-800-529-7700 for more information. Beth Ann Heater accepted in Physical Therapy program Beth Ann Heater, a 2000 gradua of Gilmer County High School, has been accepted for admission to the Fall 2004 Physical Therapy Class at Wheeling Jesuit University. The Physical Therapy Program at . Wheeling Jesuit University began offering the Doctor of Physical BABY BOSLEY Therapy (DPT) degree in the Fall of Lindsey Joelle 2003. The physical therapy profes- sion requires autonomy, creativity and Joins Bosleys high ethical standards. Because of these requirements, the physical Katrina and John Bosley of Laurel, therapy program emphasizes the Pro- MD are proud to announce the birth of fessionalCoreValuesofaccountabil- their daughter, Lindsey Joelle. She ity, altruism, compassion/caring, ex- was born February 16, 2004 at 11:05 cellence, integrity, professional duty, in Holy Cross Hospital Silver Springs, and social responsibility. MD. Lindsey weighed 7 lbs. 15 ozs. and was 19 3/4 in. long. Her maternal grandparents are Wayne and Jo Ann Woodyard of Cedarville. Paternal grandparents are Pete and Marge Bosley of Laurel, MD great grandmothers are Garnet Woodyard of Cedarville, and Margaret Melin of Laurel, MD. The course content areas include increased emphasis on Evidence- Based Practice, Differential and Physi- cal Therapy Diagnosis, Medical Im- aging, and Pharmacology. The Credit Bearing Courses of the Physical therapy program include in- tegrated seminars and research train- ing seminars. The Clinical Education part of the Physical therapy program includes service learning and full-time clinical experiences. She will complete the program in September 2006 with a research pre- sentation and program celebration. Beth Ann is the daughter of Jack and Cheryl Heater, of Glenville. Democrat for Use Cedar Creek State Park; it's got several walking trails in the rural Appalachian Mountains! a Sheriff of Gilmer County 23 Years' Experience Honest Hard-Working Dedicated Your Vote and Support Appreciated Poilltcsl ld [~dd for by ~ candldale, sad news that Joe Mackey died in January. Joe is Lee Mackey's brother. Lee is mayor of Burnsville. I cannot bear the thought of losing one of my siblings, but at our ages that can hap- pen anytime. I extend my deepest sympathy to his family and friends. Please check your calendar and mark March 20 as a day to volunteer at the Burnsville Public Library to help with the painting. If everyone pitches in, it should not take long to spruce up the walls and whatever else the Library ladies have in mind. Don't forget! Saturday, March 20 is the day to help paint at the Library to prepare for the upcoming activities there. PLEASE come. RIVER-BOATING ON THE LHTLE KANAWHA will be the theme of exhibitions sponsored by the West Virginia Humanities and the J. Mack Gamble Foundation and Glen- ville State College. These will be held jointly at the Burnsville Public Li- brary and the Army Corps of Engi- neers building at the dam, since the exhibitions are too extensive to be held completely in either place. Among other things, there are models of pilot wheels, whistles, and many pictures. These will be on display foi public viewing from March 24 through June 7. On May 29th (the day of the Alumni Banquet) the Corps of Engineers will offer tours of the dam from 11 a.m. to alumni mark your calendar to arrive early and take advantage of this activ- ity sometime before, during, and after the Alumni weekend. Those who live nearby remember to VOLUNTEER on March 20 to help spruce up and prepare the Library for this exhibi- tion. Another sad note: Junior Ray Perrine passed away last week. He is brother to Charlotte (Perrine - McDougal) Henline. Charlotte called me with the news. Junior was born in Diana, W.Va, and lived in Mansfield, Ohio. He leaves to mourn his wife Erline, two daughters and two grand- children. He was so faithful to come and visit his mother and Charlotte and will be missed tremendously. Our . deepest sympathy is extended to all his family and friends. I went to and found an interesting discussion of the movie, The Passion of Christ. If you have Bible questior.s about al- most anything, that website is a won- derful place to get answers. I have told you before about www., which is also an interesting site. Anytime you read magazines, articles or websites about any Bible subject, it is a good idea to look it up for yourself and not take just anyone else's interpretation as valid. God has promised us wisdom and the guidance of the Holy Spirit anytime we ask Him for help. Have a delightful St. Patrick's Day ! Maranatha! 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If a baby is in your future call SJMH's Spe- cial Delivery Birthing Center at 269-8036. We will be happy to give you a personal tour of our Birthing Center. You'll deliver your baby in a homey, cozy atmosphere sur- rounded by the ones you love. For your prenotol core coil: Dr. Tony Naim and Nurse Midwife Vickl Smith at 269-3108 230 Hospital Plaza Weston 304-269-8000 us at GeraldineMarks 462-7477 Front Row: Harper, Daisy and Viola, Back Row: Curtis, Emery and Ella- children of Uncle Bud and Aunt Matt Allen around 1910 Allen Ancestors 1900's V I looked for a picture of Richard married Martha Cottrill, 18, born in Marcelles, "Uncle Bud" and Martha Randolph Co. Aug. 24,1891. M. "Aunt Matt" Allen to go with the Aunt Matt had done a lot of travel- CottrillgenealogyLindaFurbyFrame ling while a little girl. She told her sent me. I couldn't find a picture of grandchildren she went to Texas in a them. Maybe all their pictures burned covered wagon, then came back to wl~en their house burned. This picture her Cub Fork home on Crooked Fork. was given to me by a cousin, Golda She remembered crossing the Mis- Rogers Collins. sissippi River. Linda's genealogy states that her Marshall Beaugard Cottrill and a grandpa, Jackson Beaugard Cottrill smallson,DanielBooneCottrill, born (I 1-23-1861- 11-29-1943), married May 22, 1896 and died about 1901, Martha Elizabeth Nutter. My Giimer are buried in the Crooked Fork Cem- Co. marriage book states that Jackson etery. Their graves are marked with B, 23, born in Doddridge Co. and fieldstones. Daniel Boone had a twin Martha E. Nutter, 18 born in Barbour sister, Ester Bell Cottrill. She would Co., were married Jan. 29, 1885. They have been about five years old when had two children Rosette Cottrill and her father and twin brother died. Bertha Ellen Cottrill. March came in like a lamb and the Jackson's sister, Martha M. Cottrill pretty weather lasted about a week. (6-17-1873-2-14-1958)"AuntMatt," The cold, snow and rain then took married my Grandpa Flemming over. We are having typical March Allen's brother, Richard Marcelles, weather. "Uncle Bud." Their children ~vere Jerry and Janet Allen's daughter, Curtis, Emery, Ella, Viola, Daisy and Amy, has spent about two weeks in Harper. Jack and Martha raised their the hospital in Morgantown. She is family in the Cottrill home place on staying at her sister Kelly Allen's at Cub Fork. Uncle Bud and Aunt Matt Russett where she can get the special rnisedtheirfamilyonUpperTwoRun, care she needs while she recovers Both families lived on Crooked Fork. from surgery. Jack and Aunt Matt's father was CarolynMeadowsStrumcalledme Marshall Beaugard Cottrill (12-29- oneday last week. Her Normantown 1822- 2-2-1901.) Marshall was mar- High School graduating class is plan- ried three times One to Sophonia ning their 54th reunion. They plan to Marple 2-18-1826 died around 1853. have the reunion May 28, at Stewarts Theyweremamed2-10-1846inGreen Auction Barn in Jane Lew. She is City, PA. trying to locate Eunice Young Reed Married Catherine Reed (11-14-andJaniceBoggsKnoll.Maybesome 1829-12-26-1891.) they were mar- ofmyreaderscanhelpher. Carolyn's ried 1-20-1855 and third was Sarah phone number is 260-7220. Melissa Sholes 11-2,1893. Grandson Ben has an aircast on his Jack and Aunt Matt's mother was foot and is allowed to put a little Catherine Reed Cottrill. Linda says weight on it. Duringhiscollege break Catherine got sick and died while vis- last week, he visited his sister Sherry iting her son, Bruce, near and her husband, Tony Harmon. Normantown. There was a flood and Sherry and Ben did some sight seeing they could'nt get Catherine back to and went to a movie. her Cub Fork home, so she was buried My picture of the Chesmut Lick in the Mollohan Cemetery. nearOne Room School was taken in the Normantown. early 1920s instead of the 1930s _ According to my Gilmer Co. mar- sorry. riage book, Richard M. Allen, 20, ACTS 2:38 - The Grammar is the Key Larry IL Keenan, Pastor Acts 2:38 is one of the most popu- lar verses quoted by those who mis- takenly teach that baptism in water brings remission of sins. But the question must be, in what sense does it remit sins? If literal, then this teaching is saying that there are two different things which remit sins. We know for certain that the blood of Jesus Christ literally brings re- mission(Hob. 9:22). However, there are those that teach that Acts 2:38 also indicates that remission of sins comes by way of water baptism. Therefore, Let us look carefully at the verse and see what it teaches. The following grammatical break- down of the verse I owe to my good friend, Bob Ross, and it-is taken from his well-known book 2.'38 and Baptismal Remission. Those who use this verse as proof of hap- tism for remission of sins try to connect repentance and baptism to "remission of sins." They try to teach that "for remission of sins" modifies both "repent" and "be bap- tized." This cannot be for there are three clauses in the verse and ac- cording to the rules of grammar, the modifying phrases must stand in the individual clauses. Mr. Ross uses 2. "be bapuzed everyone of you i . the name of Jesus christ unto the remission of your sins" illt "be baptized"- verb, third person singular number, aorist passive imperative voice. "unto the remission of you: sins"-modifying phrase. 3: "ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit" "ye"- subject, second person plural number. "shall receive"- verb, sec ond person plural number, future, indicative voice. "the gift of the Holy Spirit" direct object of verb. Now I'm sure some of you can see the problem already. It is a pnnciple of Greek and English grammar that the subject and verb agree m person and number. Here then is the prob- lem with trying to connect "repen- lance" and "be baptized" for the re- mission of sins in this verse. In the first clause, the person and number ,, , oes not agree of the verb repent' d with the verb "be baptized'' in the second clause. Repent is second per- son plural number while ' be hap- tized is third person singular num- the American Standard Version (1901) because the KJ, V, ' doesn,t use ber. the implied word ye as indicating Now you will notice that the first an be hnked be those to whom Peter was preaching, and third clauses c " : Here are the three clauses: 1. "Repent ye" "ye"- subject, second per son plural number. "repent"- verb, second per son plural number, aorist More next issue. imperative active voice. cause the person and number of the two verbs agree. I will further ex- plain the significance of this in my next article. KANAWHA DRIVE CHURCH Rte. 5, Glenvill~ W.Va.