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29, 1979 ___ -" I[ tl 0 t, O gee willickers am I ever proucl of 4-H Club members and leaders in County. Over 160 4-H exhibits were on display durine the 1978 Gilmer Farm Show. -- The Farm Show is open to all a ~edle 'r ft h ..... . nd has a variety of classes such as . _a__. ,,,~nt -nuque. garoen vegetable exhibits as well as numerous ners However l am most appreciative of the o ortum th H ~mb~ rs to d;o--1- ....... , pp ty is gives 4- ,w" to all o~'vv~uy- me .ne. work they have clone throughout the year. "How- , yuu wno pamicipatect in the county-wide event. l inave~ really seen a lot of good looking cattle this past week. Not onl those ~:, were Shown in the Farm Show livestock competition but als~ those ~icn were shown and sold during the Annual Livestock ill. I am ....... Roundup at Jackson's ,-~t proua el the quality of livestock and the manner in which it i mg both events. t does my heart good to see some of the youn er citizens le workino W;,t. ...... g arning the skills -'o ,,ii caius SUCh as our 4-H youths do. The 4-H Club leaders and w~:l?atsht~ug.hout_the county are to be commended for the time and energy air. livest~,~'~_e_s~ne,y. so.note to the livestock education of our youths. As a future. """ vrvuucuon m me county will hopefully continue and grow in :! The first derby hat wm told by a New York store in the Year 18501 CARP'S :e of students Career day at reel and igh Lments from eac present Jents classes.| he library| ddition each lab tudent-i l Carp's colorful arriculumi dents wet he librarY.| the displll Center. | Rt. 33 &. 119 - 4 miles west of Weston | A Complete selection of Quality Built Homes 12 WIDES - 14 WIDES - DOUBLE WIDES AND MODULAR ON DISPLAY EACH FULLY DISPLAYED AND LIGHTED Phone 269-1510 -- Open Friday til 8 p.m. Member of W. Va. Mobile HOmes Association Mineral Wells believe but don"1 put to "In" because they help meet today's energy needs. "In" because they provide additional heat; heat even during power "In" because new U.L. LISTED MODELS provide combustion air from outside of the home. See these "Energy Miser" Fireplaces today at...... miles east The First Baptist Church of Glen- ville was chosen as one of three Bap- tist Churches in the state to serve as a host church for the Junior High Congress held March 2 and 3. The theme for this year's congress. "You've Got a Friend." was followed throughout the general meetings and small group discussions. General Chairman of the event was Laura Ellifritt of the Clarksburg Baptist Church. Laura is Treasurer of the State Senior High Baptist Youth Fellowship. Assisting Ms. Ellifritt with leadeship were Michelle Hill, Joy Cunningham, Judy Bradbury, Judy Cunningham, Nancy Ellifritt, Leska Timmons and Julie Turner. Rev. Jim Cunningham of Ripley directed a group discussion for adults. Mr. and Mrs. Max Hill of the Clarksburg Baptist Church were recreation leaders and Judy Cunn- ingham led the singing at the con- gress. Keynote Speaker for the weekend was Tom Thomas, a coach from the Beckley area. Thomas, addressed the delegates on Friday night and Saturday afternoon. Attending the two-day event were" 61 young people and leaders from the Clarksburg Baptist Church, The First Baptist Church of Quinwood, the Fayetteville Baptist Church, lit- tle Union Baptist Church of Calvin, Little Laurel Baptist Church of Rjchwood, and the host church, Tim First Baptist Church of GlenviUe. The meals on Friday night and Saturday at noon were prepared and served by the Woman's Society of the First Baptist Church. Evelyn Hardman was Chairman of the Social Committee and assisting her were Lorene Hardman, Bonnie Wiseman. Mary Young. Juanita Kipp. Mary Woofter and Lois Furr. On Friday night, the visiting delegates stayed with families from the local church. Those providing housing were: Lorene Wolfe, Bonnie Erwin, Dabble Perry. Evelyn Now, Genevieve Butcher. Julia Turner. Pat Stump. Kay Chico. Bill Cutlip, Harry Drake. Raymond Jones. Rev. James Kipp and Delbert Davidson. Counselors from Glenville, atten- ding the Congress were John and Sharon James, Susie Rogers, and Rev. Kipp. GUmer Shepherds ho/d meet The Gilmer County Shepherds held their regular monthly meeting February 15, at the Cox's Mills Com- munity Building. In absence of the President, the Vice President called the meeting to order. Roll call was answered by telling lambing problems. Clark lamison showed a film on lambing in New Zealand. The film showed cor- rect ways of taking lambs when the ewes were having problems, lamison asked questions about the film. Blue and Gold banquet Imld Present were Mr. and Mrs. Clark Janlison, Lyda Jones. Tommy and Bil- ly, Charles Schardard. Steven. Kathy and Mary Ellyson. Meeting was ajourned. Delicious refreshments were served by Mrs. Dot lamison. Next meeting wiiJ be March 14 at 7:30 at the Cox's Mills Community Building. Kathy Ellyson Reporter The Annual Blue and Gold Ban- quet of Cub Scout Pack 79 was held at the First Baptist Church with 36 persons attending the covered dish dinner Reverend James Kipp gave the invocation. Following the meal, an "almost" original skit about Cub Scouting was presented. Phillip Peterson represented Lord Baden-Powell, the founder of Scouting. Others in the skit were: Eric Rogers, Kermit Deal, Brian Flack, David Pritt, David Drake, Alan Billips, Matthew Miller, PARISH WORKSHOP A Gilmer County Parish Workshop will be held Tuesday, March 27, at the Trinity United Methodist Church in Glenville. The workshop is spon- sored by the United Methodist Women, a mission team of Weston District. All are welcome. Turnyour 'extras' Into EXTRA CASH. Use DEMOCRAT Rob O'Brien. Fritz Gillespie and Tim Furr. During the awards ceremony. Brian Flack received his wolf badge. the gold arrow point, and a silver ar- row point. Pack 79 is currently having a can- dy sale of M&M candies. Public sup- port is appreciated. A magic show will be presented at the next pack meeting on March 26. Boys who are eight or nine years of age and their parents are invited to attend. Prepared by Pack lhporter CLASSIFIEDS to~ yore ~les m~aaage. A= little as $1.SO per wm~k. C=ll 41~-W~0~ today. For m~ little am $1.SO per week, your salumemage will ap- peru mine tlmn ~.?~0 ttnm~ and every week. 48,~730S todaT and place yore DEMOCRAT CLASSIFIED. ~ldr ju=t 1"hey pay for white YOu enjoy them. ! I 0 Torch, Ohio. N,;,d,,omtl . s Kristtn8 Lynn Hapm.j Hqmy GILMER COUNTY AUCTION BARN TopToum Hill Glendlle AUCTION NJ t p.n Aucffonem= Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Hapney, Jr. are the parents of their first child, a daughter, born January 12, at Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital in Weston. She weighed six pounds. 11 ounces and measured 20V= inches in length. She was named Kristina Lynn. Log Cabin Service Station & Open'til 11 PM 7 day= a week Texaco and VLqa Crodit Cards 48 5671 ~ m~~J Maxwell House Coffee lb. con-AJl Snow Floss Catsup Hot Banana Peppers lb. 2cans All 9rmlds Pinto Beans Rival Dog Food CUT OUT AND MAIL I the undersigned citizens of Gilmer County, West I Virginia, wish to use this means to express our support for.Dr. I Louis J. Manlev D O, to move to the Gilmer County Medtcal i Center building'VVe further believe Dr Manley should be allow- ,! ed to operate and manage the medical facilities at the Gilmer I County Medical Center for the benefit of all the citizens of ! Gilmer County, West Virginia. i call u on the Board of Directors of the Medical Center, I We p i sJon to I rd of Trustees and the G lmer County Comrn s I the Boa to move to the Center and operate it actor- allow Dr. Manley ding to his best judgement. 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