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II • a Gllmer Goings On . ilmerGoings ilmer Goings SPAGHETTI DINNER SPAY AND NEUTER VOUCHERS The Norm antown PTO. along with the Feline Friends, a local animal rescue friends and family, will be sponsoring a Benefit Spaghetti diner for Tyler group, has a limited number of low- Moore and his family. This wilt take cost spay/neuter vouchers from Cen- tral West Virginia Animal Hospital in place on Sunday, March 29, from 11 Gassaway. The vouchers assist am -4 pm at the Gilmer County Rec- lower income pet owners and can be reation Center Dining Hall. We will be serving spaghetti, salad, bread, used for dogs or cats. They must be drinks, and dessert. We will also have used during the month of March, Call live music for your entertainment. The 304.462.5653 for information. fee for this dinner is by donation. All proceeds wil go to Brian. Lisa and Tyler Moore to help with medical and FUNDRAISERS FOR SKATE PARK travel expenses. If you have any ques- tions, please contact Shawna at 462- There will be a raffle for handmade 5577. Please keep the Moore family walking sticks• Walking sticks by an in your prayers• area youth will be raffled off, with the FUNDRAISER drawing taking place at Pizza Hut on April 1, at 5:30 p.m. For tickets, call There will be a fundraier for Connie April Marks at 304-266-7042• Stump to help pay for Rondel Stump's medical expenses from the accident. Bentley Bear orders will be taken, if POSTER CONTEST anyone has any questions, or would like to purchase a bear. please con- Simple posters with "SK8" on them tact Jennifer H arper at 304-462-4945, are available for a poster contest• The or Connie Stump at 304-462-5557. winners will be chosen at Pizza Hut She will receive 50% of the cost of on April 1. The posters wil then be the bear, all sales will be appreci- sold to help raise money for the Skate ated. Park. For more reformation on how to enter, call April Marks at 304-266- PATH- A GIANT 765KV TRANS- 7042. MISSION LINE IS PLANNED FOR WEST VIRGINIA. SPECIAL OLYMPICS BRO- CHURES Find out about PATH, its many costs, proposed routes, and successful citi- Beginning this week, brochures will zen actions that have been taken, be placed in local businesses telling Attend th e Stop PATH public meeting some of the things we would like ev- on April 8. 2009 at the Lewis County ervone to know about Special Olvm- Senior Center. Speakers, displays pies. Many people have asked a_bout and maps will inform you and enable age limits, funding, State Games, you to inform others. Desserts, cof- what Special Olympics is all about, fee, and conversation will begin at etc. This brochure should answer 6:30PM an d the program wil start at some of these questions. 7:00PM. Please join us. For more information call Kaycee Lamb at (304) 269-5731 GCHS ATHLETIC BOOSTER MEETING PUBLIC NOTICE Athletic Boosters meeting at 5:00 pm, Thursday, March 26, 2009 at IL Mor- The Gilmer County P,blic Service ris Field under pavilion• Commission District wlq be flushing waterlines during the week of Men- RED HAT FASHION SHOW day, March 30, 2009 thru Friday, April 03, 2009. The only extensions in- A fashion show will take place on volved are the Sand Fork and Thursday, April 16, at 1 pm at the Baldwin/Linn/Troy Lines• These cus- Senior Center in Glenville. All are tomers should be prepared for some welcome to the show, presented by temporary low water pressure, dis- Bonworth's of Flatwoods Outlet Mall. colored water, or possible air in their Models will appear m clothes aimed lines. If these situations don't clear up for women age 50 and up. There wil after a short time, please call, the be drawings for an outfit and throw• district• 304-462-4272. Admission is one can/pkg of non- perishable food for CRI. GLENVILLE ELEMENTARY LONGABERGER BASKET BINGO VVV FOOD DISTRIBUTION Glenville Elementary School is spon- VVV Food Distribution wil be Mon- soring a Longaberger Basket Bingo day, March 30. Seniors and Victory at the Recreation Center on Monday, customers at 4:30 p.m. Regular USDA April 6, to raise funds for the end-of- customers at 5:30 p.m. Please bring the-year field trip for all students. The a large box. doors will open at 5 pm, with bingo beginning at 6 pm. Refreshments, How rare and wonderful is that raffles, door prizes, silent auction and flash of a moment when we real- a 50/50 drawing. Tickets are can be purchased at the school• There will ize we have discovered a fidencL be 20 games. Call 462-7338 for tick- --William E. Rothschild ets. *** o Humanities Council Seeking Minigrant ,posals The West Virginia Humanities proposals from colleges, schools, li- CouncilannouncesitsupcomingApril braries, historical societies, parks, 1, 2009, minigrant deadline, convention and visitors' bureaus, his- Minigrantsareawardedevery60days toric sites, museums, civic and ser- for projects requesting up to $1,500. vice organizations, cultural groups, The deadlines are June 1, August 1, and local government agencies. October 1, December 1, and February For more information or to request 1. an application, contact grants admin- Humanities Council minigrants istrator Amy Saunders by phone at support small projects, single events, 304-346-8500, or via email at lectures, small museum exhibits and saunders@wvhumanities.org. Guide- brochures, consultation needs, and lines and applications are available planning for more complex projects, on the Council's website, www.wv Nonprofit organizations are eligible, humanities.org. The Humanities Council encourages Bennett and Son Monuments & Markers Inside and outside displays Grantsville 354-6162 r¸ MONUMEN Proud to serce GSmer Coun ty since 1959 Setm Granite, Qualily Womma.nship Also Offorir g Cornp,uter Design 765 US-HWY 33 East ol We- tort 269-5573 or 1-8,8,$-269-5573 Cardiopuimonary Department at Minnie Hamilton Health System ...For that next breath! PSYCHIC READ I NG S Treza n s (downtown Glenville) April 1 & April 15 7PM - 9PM Lcarn to dcvc[o/) your own gifts! Call[i, dctails Deb's Wellness Center (Walnut St. - Old Welfare Office) April 8 & April 22 6PM -8PM Ionic Foot Detox - Aqua Massage Table Coming Soon: Shapes for Women Escape - Rehtx - Rejuvenate Private & Confidential - .No 4ppointmettt Nece~'~ar|, - Free Crvsttll with Each Reading Call (304) 266-3822 for more information Private Parties and Appointments Available Crystals, E.votic Incense and SpecialO' Items Availubh, at Deb 's tVelhwss ('enter Love = Money - Career - Health - Spirituality Thursday, March 26, 2009 -- The Glenville Democrat Page 7 Church News REVIVAL The Mt. C~,mel Baptist Church will be having a weeklong revival from April 5th - 1 lth. Services will begin at 7:00 pm each evening. Everyone is invited to join us in worshipping our Savior• GASSAWAY CHURCH OF CHRIST REVIVAL The Gassaway Church of Christ will be having a revival from Sunday, March 29 through April 2,Sunday morning at 10:45 a.m, Sunday evening at 6:00 p.m., Monday thru Thursday at 7:00 p.m. Everyone wel- come and please bring a friend. For directions or more information please call, 462-8859, or 364-4377 or 364- 2474. BENEFIT GOSPEL SING There will be a Benefit Bluegrass Gospel Sing and chicken dinner at Heritage Christian School, 225 New- ton Avenue Bridgeport, WV, on Sat- urday, April 25, 2009. Proceeds to benefit Heritage Christian School. Music begins at 6 p.m.' featuring " Break Mountain" from Mannington/ Grafton, WV, "23 Special" from Sa- lem/Centerpoint, WV, and a perfor- mance by Rick Cleavenger, David Fisher. Dayton Holcomb, Johnny Holt, Kenny Kendall, Mark Gainer, and Ja- son Gainer. There is no admission charge for the sing, but a love offer- ing will be received. A chicken dinner will be available for purchase begin- ning at 5 p.m. If you wish to reserve a dinner, or for more information, con- {act Heritage Christian School at (304) 842-1740. REVIVAL Revival, April 5th (Sunday Morning & Evening) through April 8th at Sand Fork Church of God of Prophecy. Ser- vices begin 7 pm nightly. Evangelist Tim Farmer from TN. Everyone wel- come to experience an ointed preach- ing singing & fellowship. Freewill of- fering will be taken nightly. For more info call (304) 462-4278. 0ur Neighbors WEST FORK CONSERVATION BOARD MEETING The West Fork Conservation District Board of Supervisors monthly meet- mg will be held April 7, 2009 at the WVU Fire Academy at Jackson Mill Weston, beginning at 9:00 am. Con- tact Dinah Hannah, Administrative Officer at 304-627-2610. Like Glenville? Want to come back? Subscribe to The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder and know when all the fun things are happening ! ! ! i Thank You The Gilmer County Parks and Rec- reation woUld like to thank Glen and Tereas Ashley for the $30.00 gift card from Wal-Mart for the basket give- away. Your donations are greatly ap- preciated. Obituaries FRED DEAN"BUTCH" CARVER Fred Dean (Butch) Carver. age 59. of the Rocky Fork area of Orlando, departed this life at his residence on March 20, 2009. following a sudden illness. Born August 23. 1949. in Upshur County, he was the son of the late Fred and Blanche Jones Carver. Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us everyday. Unseen, unheard, but always near. still loved. still missed and very dear. He is survived by two sisters: Carolyn Fitts and husband Ramon, of Weston; and Connie Sprouse and hus- band Dick, of Blue Ridge, TX; one brother. Jack Carver and wife Patsy, of San Antonio. TX: one cousin, Tim Jones, of Tanner: five nephews: Bryan, Nick, and Mark Cutlip; David Sprouse; and Shawn Carver. and two nieces, Joni Jones and Kitty Short. Mr. Carver was preceded in death by an infant daughter, LeighAnn. and two nephews, Jeffery Sprouse and Matthew Jones. At the request of the family, a me- morial service will be conducted at a later date to celebrate the life of Freddie D. "Butch" Carver. Ellyson Mortuary, Inc., is assisting the family with arrangements in these trying times. ,lAMES W. "JIM" GILL James W. Gill, 49, of Prunty Road, Smithville, went to be with our Lord and Savior, following a year-long battle with cancer on Saturday, March 21,2009, surrounded by his family at his residence. Jim was born on April 9, 1959, at New Martinsville, Wetzel County; the son of the late James J. "Junior" and Leona Mathess Gill. He was a gradu- ate of Harrisville High School with the Class of 1977, and was most re- cently employed in the Oil and Gas Industry as a Well Tender by Dorward Energy Corporation. He was a former Fire Chief, and member of the Smithville Volunteer Fire Department for many years. He was a member of the Upper Steer Run Baptist Church in Gilmer County, and attentted the Horn Creek Baptist Church at Cox's Mills. He was a very devoted Chris- tian, husband, and father. He is survived by his wife of28 years, Nelda Alltop Gill; daughter and son-in-law, Jodi and Douglas Rowe; daughter, Kayla Gill. _,Smithville, brothers and slsters, "Albert, Sistersville{David and Raymond, Atlanta. GA; James, Saberton; Sharon, Harrisville; June, Friendly; . Cindy, Grafton; Barbara. Fairmont: Dottle, PA: and Annette, Smithville; and granddaughter, Brylee Grace Rowe. In addition to his parents, Jim was preceded in death by a sister, Helen. Funeral services were held Tues- day, March 24, 2009 at the Raiguel Funeral Home, Harrisville, with Pas- tor Joe Sealey and Elder Larry Fisher officiating. Interment followed at the Gill Family Cemetery on Prunty Road, near Smithville. Memorials in the name of James Gill are preferred to the Horn Creek Baptist Church, 2863 Third Run Rd., Tanner, WV 26179. On-line condolences may be ex- pressed to the Gill Family at mccullouj~hrieersfuneralhome, com. The discovery of a new dish does more for human happiness than the discovery of a new star. ~Anthelme Brillat-Savarin American Cancer MELTON LEFFEL Society offers WADDELL Telephone Workshops Melton Leffel Waddell. 75. of Dusk for Cancer Camp, departed this life on March 15, 2009. surrounded by his family. Caregivers Mel was preceded in death by his wife of 48 years. Madeleine Joan The South Atlantic Division of the WaddellandsonBrentColinWaddell. American Cancer Society is offering. Mel was the son of the late Cecil a telephone workshop titled Coping and Artie (Howard) Waddell. of With Caregiving: When Treatment Connersville. IN: Mel has one sister. Changes From Cure to Care to family Martha Richardson. of Fort Wayne. caregiversattheendofMarchandthe IN: and one brother, who also pre- beginning of April. ceded him in death. Ralph Waddell. Atatelephoneworkshop,caregivers Survived by three sons. and daugh- can receive information and support ters-in-law. John Waddell and wife related to caring for a loved one with Donna.ofDuskCamp.DavidWaddell cancer from the convenience of their of Dusk Camp.. Robert Waddell . and homeoroffice. There is n o charge for wife. Karen of Shinnston. one daugh- the workshop and no phone charges ter and son-in-law. Alycia Wolfe and apply. Topics for the workshop will husband, Eddie. of Gleriville. Also. include when cancer treatment is no survived by 15 grandchildren: Shan- longer the goal. concrete steps non (Waddell) Donaldson. Brent caregivers can take to address com- Waddell, Gregory Waddell. Ethin mon problems that may arise with Wolfe, Marissa Wolfe. Bree Wolfe. caregivlng, and where to turn forhelp. Ceterika Waddell. Maggie Waddell. There will also be time for questions Harley Waddetl. Christine Moran. and discussion. Randy Johnson. Samuel Massey, Jer- The telephone workshop will be emy Massey, Jennifer Massey, and offeredtwodifferentdaysandatvary- Justin Massey, five great-grandchil- ing times. dren.Benjamin(Waddell)Donaldson. The dates and times are: Tuesday, Alexus Waddell. Raymond Johnson, March 31. 2009 from 10:00 a.m. - Elijah Johnson, and Angel Massey. 11 : 15 a.m. Eastern Time and Thurs- MelwasaNavyVeteranwhoserved day, April 2. 2009 from 7:00 p.m. - in the Korean War. He was stationed 8:15 p.m. Eastei'n Time. on the U.S. Iowa and served ten years. The workshop facilitator is Julia. A He received several medals for his Bucher. RN. Ph.D. Bucher. a honor, bravery and courage. He was caregiver herselL is an associate pro- employed by the Philadelphia Fire fessor for the Department of Nursing Department. He was a firefighter, then at York College in Pennsylvania. She became an Arson Investigator and is co-editor of the "American Cancer Photographer for the department. Mel Society's Complete Guide to Cancer is still receiving several awards and Caregiving". Dr. Bucher will share recognition for his photos. After 20 tips and resources for those caring for years with the department, he retired, a loved one with cancer. Mel was employed by the Gilmer To register for the workshop go to County EMS and worked for 15 years www.tinyurl.com/acsregistration or before retiring, call 1.800.966.3586. For more infor- Mel enjoyed fishing, photography, marion on the telephone workshops and spending time with his family, for family caregwers, please contact There will be a Memorial Service Meg Garner at meg.garner@cancer. held in honor of Mel and his life. at org. Ellyson's Funeral Home. Friday, March 27, 2009 from 6-8 pm. Every- one welcome. Camp Nabe ~~~l Looking for Adult Volunteers Hospice Care Corporation, a non- profit organization, is currently ac- cepting applications for Camp Nabe ,,63o (nah-bee) Volunteers and Campers. march _ ofdimes Spurred by the increased use of the Internet, a new generation of donors has emerged. Experts say these donors tend to have a pref- erence for electronic payments. Upcoming Civic Center Events On April 29, the Civic Center wel- comes Michael W. Smith and Steven Curtis Chapman. For more information, please visit www. charlestonwvciviccenter, com. Camp Nabe is a bereavement camp for children, ages 7-17, who have experienced the loss of a loved one. It is provided by Hospice Care Corpo- ration, free of charge, to any child in West Virginia who has suffered a loss. Adults are needed to spend the weekend of June 12-June 14 at the Preston County 4-H Camp in Bruceton Mills, as a supportive buddy for the children. Volunteers are also needed each day of camp for assistance with various activities and projects. For more information, or to request a volunteer or camper application, please contact Kim Riley, Camp Di- rector at 304-864-0884, toll free at 1- 800-350-1161, or email kriley@hos- picecarecorp, org . i ii Truth or Tradition ? "Why do ye also The Bible transgress the commandment of God by your tradition?" Matthewl5:3 #2 is the inspired Word of God ..... Truth or Tradition? Internal Evidence. Unbelievers like to argue that you cannot go to The Bible itselfto prove it is inspired of God. You must find evidence elsewhere. This borders on the ridiculous. If blood is found at the scene of a crime, how do you determine whether it is animal or human? How dd you tell if a white granular substance is sugar or salt? Certainly it is valid to examine the thing itself. Since the grand opening ofmechanical ventilators. the Cardiopulmonary de- Services include aerosol partment in Oct. 2007, we therapy, EKG's, arterial have come a long way. blood gases, pulmonary We are improving the function test, peak flows, quality of life for patients secretion mobilization, nasal with lung disease by way and oral suctioning, oxygen of education and manage- therapy mdi and dpi inhala- rnent, tion, holter monitor, chest We have state of the art physiotherapy, chest expan- equipment .... from Body sion therapy, airway mma- Plethysmography to agement and more. A Common Theme. The Bible was written in three different langt~] about 40 different men, from different walks of life, who lived in centuries, some of them 16 centuries apart, yet all their writings ~ common theme. The Old and New Testaments are companion volunt~kl ||~ New is concealed in the Old, and the Old is revealed in the New. "Ih~ [~d~ is the best commentary on the Old, and the Old is the best commenta~ New. The theme of the Old Testament: Someone Is Coming. The the Four Gospels: Someone Has Come. The theme of the New Testament epistles: Someone Is Coming Again. From Genesis To Revelation. In Genesis we read about the beginning of Time, in The Revelation, Time shall be no more. In Genesis, the Tree of Life is taken away because of sin, in The Revelation, the Tree of Life is restored. In Genesis, life begins in a garden; in The Revelation, the garden is restored. In Genesis, Paradise is lost, in The Revelation, Paradise is regaine& In Genesis, we read about the beginning of the devil's evil work in The Revelation, we learn of his final overthrow. Truth About Truth. Jesus said: "Sanctify them through thy truth: th word is truth" (John 17:17). Truth will never contradict itself. There are those who believe they have found discrepencies in The Bible, but on careful examination, there is a logical explanation. Some have questioned how 12 priests could carry "the ark" over the Jordan River (Joshua 4:1-11). The Ark of the Covenant was not The Ark of Noah. What do you think? The Bible is the inspired Word of God ..... Truth or Tradition? Steer Creek Church of Christ, 3466 Rosedale Road, Stumptown, WV 25267. Minister: Gene H. Miller, 3281 Rosedale Road, Shock, WV 26638. Phone: 462- 0384. E-math ghmiller@rtoLnet. Web Links: hurherald.com, sanet.com Family and General Medical Services Pediatric Clinic Physical Therapy Radiology Labo rato ry School-Based Health Center Glenville State College Medical Services I I I Minni~ Hamilton 809 Mineral Road Glenville WV 462-7322 II H~alth Sgst~m 186 Hospital Drive Grantsville WV 354-9244