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May 10, 1979

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NN by Monica White "rJ her on May 8. ich cat- ;aught it on the above Nor- Meeting of the an Laymen of Associa- Upper Steer of Norman- and 29. a church full of people most of the was the there, being 93 at Parkersburg the meeting morning. will be held munity Missionary of Urichsville, 29. had a birthday on You had a Happy Bit- Day on to wish my ashman and my re. Louise White, Mother's Day. Some demolition :ross the road from of Normantown. 9 The old storage building that arced for so many years was town down. It is still undecided what kind of new storage building will be built to replace the old one. Art Fisher celebrated a birthday on May 5. Motel James was released from the hospital on April 24. She was in the Calhoun General Hospital at Grantsville. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Stewart of Perkins will soon be moving their old house down a little and start construction on a new one where the old is now standing. Mark Clowser will celebrate his birthday tomorrow on May 11. He will be 18 years old. Happy Birth- day Mark. If you have picked up any of the survey sheets on having a Library in the Normantown area, please be sure to drop them back at the school or in the Normantown news boxes. The Friends of the Library Com- mittee need your support. The deadline on the "Hello! Let's Be Book Friends" survey sheets is May 24. Happy Grandmothers Day and Great Grandmothers Day to Great Grandma White, and Great Grand- ma Haines, Grandma White and Maw Ma Hashman from Heather. N by Tnelma Shackleford Large crowd expected at Grantsviile Senior Citizens The Glenvllle :lhflnder 3 uet At least 300 people are expectedaccomplishments on a day-to-day Ritchie, Roane and Wirt Counties. Admission charge, to t;esban- to attend the first annual banquet basis demonstrate that "the senior The pictures used were all loaned quet is $1, with 00natlO ac- in honor of Calhoun County s years of life can be a period of rich by area residents and cover suchcepted for the covered dish dinner: senior citizens on May 12. The pro- accomplishment and fulfillment."activities as farming, logging, All proceeds fr.om!hff. en/ngWlH railroading, river traffic, oil and gas oo towards the I .O. u gram, featuring two prominent During the banquet portion of activities, street scenes, libraries,- .re:lot p ttlz tent, mum. andSpeakerS'awardsliveto musiC,senior acitizens,Slide shOWwill the evening, music will be perform- and individual portraits. The show, ur: e n center in take place in Grantsville at the ed by the Wirt County Kitchen complete with music and cerumen.Grantsville . .. Band. The group, consisting of 25 tory, was prepared originally for Michael FraY, empnassztng CalhOUnp.m. High School gym from 6-9 senior citizens, uses only two con- last year's 25th anniversary that people of ld! , ; tdelng ventional instruments---a piano The scheduled speakers are and a banio. All the other celebration of the Alpha Regional children, are welo Library in Spencer; it has been so the banquet, said, "On.ly by having Congressman Robert H. Mollohan, "instruments ' come out of the kit- enthusiastically received that Ross people of a great vallety ot ages a native of Grantsville, and Dr. Louise B. Gerrard, executive direc- chen: slaw cutter, spoons, thimble, Taylor has been busy showing it present can we show our apprecia-,, saucepan and lid, skillets, funnel, around the state ever since, tion of our olderitizen$, tor of the West Virginia Commis- button box and washtubs. The sion on Aging. The senior citizen awards will go to at least six county residents who have been selected for this honor by the board of directors of the Calhoun County Commission on Aging. Michael Franek, director of the Calhoun County Commis- musicians, led by bandleader Dott Blair, are donating their services for the occasion. The piano player is Dorcas Turner. The slide show, prepared by Ross Taylor of the West Virginia Library Commission, consists of nearly 800 pictures depicting life as far back as the turn of the cen- tury in Calhoun, Clay, Doddridge, sion on Aging, announced that these awards will be given annual- ly to those senior citizens whose Miller to receive MD degree A former Calhoun countian will be among the 92 members of the class of 1979 to the West Virginia Univer- sity School of Medicine. Timothy C. Miller will receive his M.D. degree during spring commencement exer- cises to be held in Morgantown. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Corley Miller of Spencer. formerly of Grant- sville. Miller is a 1972 graduate of Spencer high school and received his B.A. degree in Chemistry from West Virginia university with magna cum laude honors in 1976. He is a Timothy C. Miller of Cox's MillsIdabelle Ware was a weekend member of the Phi Beta Kappa ~pital Center in guest of Toots Shackleford. honorary society. He is married to 1 YOu a speedyThere will be a birthday party the former Mary Kay Rossane of You will be May 12, for Mrs. Mae Bailey at her Clarksburg. home. She is observing her 56 bir- Following graduation, Dr. Miller Irnan of Cox's Millsthday. "' '-'--Vim nd T m plans to pursue a residency in his home after a Orelene ~u[cw~ur, ,, a o - general surgery, and has accepted Veterans Hospital my, Susan and Loretta Newlon an internship position in the Depart- lfter suffering a were recent shoppers at the Mall in ment of Surgery at the West Virginia Well SOon Tom- Fairmont. University Medical Center. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell R. Ware. ngratulatethey are parentsManley and Todd of Mt. Perry, Ohio, were recent guests of Thelma a girl. She has Shackleford of Cox's Mills. Turn your "extras" into EXTRA CASH, Use Kay. The pater- DEMOCRAT CLASSIFIEDS for your miss Church of God-Pentecestal Kanawha Drive Church are Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Hayward Childers message. As little as $1.50 per week. Call 628 N. Lewis St. Services are held each Mills, maternal of Elizabeth were visiting relatives 462-730s today. Sunday School 10 a.m.. Sunday at 10 a.m. and 7:30 .. ; AIItop, Cox'sat Cox's Mills. morning worship service 11 p.m. Wednesday evening a.m. Sunday evening service services are held at 7 p.m. LS in the Calhoun tie King, a lifetime resident of the prayer and praise service p.m. on Sundav. Rev. Norris it tl With blood community, we extend our sym- 7:COp.re. P, elcher. He is home and pathy to the children, grand- Tanner United United Methodist children and sisters and brother. WILL ~ i Metbocki t Church ;, Gleavflle,CJhwnit Mr. and Mrs. We also extend our sympathy to" | Sunday School each Sunday Zst Sunday:hills 10 a,m;, Mike and Joey the children and families of at 10 a.m. Preaching the Blackburn 11 a.m., College in Parkersburg Charley Cox. Charley spent his second Sunday ofthemonth St. 7:30 p.m.; 2rid Sunday: lifetime near Cox's Mills. - by Manley Collins. Pastor. Otterbein 10 a.m.. College St. 11 a.m.. Oak Grove 7 CrookedRua p.m.; 3rd Sunday: Oak Community Church Grove 10 a.m., College St, 11 Sunday School is held a.m., Otterbein 7:30 p.m. every Sunday at 10 a.m. 4th Sunday: Otterbein 10 Worship ,qervice is held the a.m.. College St. 11 a.m. first Sunday of the month at 'Oak Grove 7 p.m: No service 7:30 p.m. Bible study class is 5th Sunday. held at 7:30 p.m. the second. third and fourth Sundays. Troy United Worship service is held the Methodist Circuit fourth Sunday of the month let Sunday: Liberty at at 10 am, with Rev. Glenn Hurst, 10 a.m.. Vadis at 11 Kirkpatrick. a.m., 2nd Sunday: Cox's Mills 10 a.m.. Troy 11 a.m., Rmedale Baptist Church Doyle Chapel 7 p.m., 3rd Sunday School at 10 a.m.Sunday: Troy 10 a.m., and Peaching the first, second Mr. Earnest11 a.m., 4th and fourth Sunday of each Sunday: Upper Ellis 11 a.m. month at 7 p.m. and the No service on 5th Sunday. third Sunday at 11 a.m. HEARING TEST SET FOR GLENVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA Electronic hearing rut v~lf be given m the Conrad Hote~ in Glenville each third WedneGday of the month from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. by Mr, Kemper Hyre, Hearing Aid Speciafist. BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICE 422-B.W. Pike St. Ciarksburg, WV. 26301 Elder Lonzo Wilson is the Hepzibah Baptist Church Pastor. Stout's Mill Sunday School is held Chestnut Grove every Sunday at 10 a.m. and Baptist Church preaching services are held at Latonla each second Sunday at 2 Sunday School, 10 a.m, p.m. each Sunday. Preaching the third Sunday of each month at 11 a.m. Bible study each Sunday at 7 p.m. Rev. Same. Pastor. Dusk Camp Methodist Church Stewart= Creek Church Sunday School avery Sunday at 10 a.m. Preaching each Second Sunday morning with Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick. Sunday School-lO a.m. Leading Creek Prayer Meeting-Thursday, ; Baptist Church p.m., Preaching, 2nc Sunday School every Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday at 10 a.m. Worship services the first Sunday of Glenvflle the month at 11 a.m. A Bible Preal~tarian Church Study is held at 7 p.m. on the Sunday-Sunday School at Thursday preceding eachJ 10:00 a.m. Service for the nrst and third Sunday of the ~ Lord's Day at 11:00 a.m.month. Pastor is Ray. Harry Miller. Church ef Chr~t Sunday-Bible Service 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship at 7 p.m. Wedne sday -Midweek : service at 7 p.m. Tanner Chapel . Services each Sunday morning, Sun[lay evening and Wednesday evening. Alfred Hickman, Pastor. Rt. 33/119 At the Dawson Far= Sunday May 6 at 7:30 With Evangelist Harold Parker Evangelist Tim Swiqer With Evangelists from West Virginia, Ohio also. SPECIAL SINGERS EVERYONE w COME PARKERSBURG DENTU 2710 Broadway Ext. Advocate For Inexpensive Professional Denture Care 485-6523 HOURS Mon.-Fr;. 9 to 5 :ess sought ry Month,,, and with Hose & for West Princess. l will be 'ith the annual Show at begin at 11 one runner- appearances until her successor is named in August 1980. The contest winner will receive a $300 scholarship from the State Department of Agriculture, an all- expense paid tour of the State dur- ing Dairy Month (June, 1980) and a $200 wardrobe allowance from the Dairy Princess Committee. All con- testants will receive a consolation gift. Deadline for entry is June 15. For further information and specific rules and requirements for enter- ing the contest, contact John F. Debaugh, Dairy Specialist, West Virginia Department of Agriculture, State Capitol Building, Room E-100, Charleston 25305. must have a }Xperience in eable =Stry to her be 21 and never Winner personal SYMBOLS OF YOUR RADIANT LOVE Good Shepherd Catholic Church Mineral Road, Glenville Sunday Mass will be held at I0 a.m.. and Holy Day Mass will be held at 7 p.m. Confessions before Mass. sunday G=p Cha Sunday school meets at 9:45 a.m., Evening serviceg on Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Praver meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. Rev. Donald D. Fox. Pastor Roeedale United Matlhodl~t Church 11 s.m. Sunday School each Sunday at 10 a.m. Preachln~ the first Sunday of the month Cj~God~lh~k~ at 11 a.m. and the third Sunday of the month at 7 sundaY, a.m,, p.m. Rev. Carl Houghton is Pastor. Rbo~des Clu:pei Memerl~! C~m~k Uttle Bull Rua Sunday School at 10 a.m.. every Sunday. Every first. cond and fourth ~at I1 a.m.I Vanhorn. "at 11 a.m. Glenn Kirk Feflowahfp Chapel Sand Fmrk Prayer group meets Monday at 7:30 p,m. Tdnity United MotbodJst Sunday-Church cla~w meet et 0:45 a.m.: Morning r, g: O s.m. Worship basins at 10:.55 a.m.; Youth Fellowship meets at 4:30 p.m. , Thursday.Children s choir practice ia held at e p.m.= the Sanctuary choir rehearses at 7 p.m. Geepni Mi~on Saad F~k There wUl be regular services Friday night at the gospel &imion. lta pastor held The following merchants urge you to go to church , It ~m. Q ICE 21 Rd. 462-5689 or 269.4T=5 269- SILT/ Give her the diamOnd of her dreams Setect from a w~de range of styles and prices. lUap BY THE MAKERS OF KEEPSAKE Glenvilile, WV S~ Glemviile Phone GLENVIIZ~ FORD SALES Furd Sai ud Sen4ce Main St. (;kmvl CAlhOUN SUP~ SI~YIQE. IN~ t0=-04 S. Le~ds Gimmvme At Your Setstm Gimvlb, W3/ l=h. 4M .73 3 MIIM,AM) CO. 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