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Page 8 --- The Glenville l)emocrat -Thursday, May 21, 2009 J oAnn Woodyar d 462-7093 Strawberry Festival Enjoyed by Seniors We had a busy week: Saturday, my Buckhannon on Friday, where we ate What the Church is... 4-H group went to North Bend, to the some delicious strawberry shortcake. Youth Environmental Day. We re-It was good to see Nova Jean and The church is not a refrigerator for ceived two awards; that surely will Jack Lynch; they were at Wal-Mart the preserving of perishable piety. It help out with 4-H Camp tees. with their daughter, after a doctor's is a dynamo for charging humans Wayne and I went to Arnoldsburgappointment last Friday. with willpower. The object of the Thursdaytoadearfriend, VeraBeall's, I am working on two reunions: church is not to tell man how to dodge funeral. Then Friday, we went to Saturday, May 23, is the Cedarville difficulties, but to furnish strength Grantsville to a camper friend, Pearl School Reunion, and June 13 is the and courage to meet them. The busi- Gerwig's, funeral. Oursympathygoes Rosedale School Reunion. I hopeness of the church is not to furnish out to the Brady Beall and Gerwig there are nice crowds at both of them. hammocks for the lazy, but to offer families on the loss of lheir loved If you went to school at either one, I well-fitting yokes for drawing life's ones, Vera and Pearl. hope you will come and have a great loads and Christ's loads. One does Two vanloads of seniors went today. not support the church? They practi- the Strawberry Festival at cally cast a vote for its abolition. !ii!!i !iiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! i i i ii!iiiiiiiiiiii!ii!iiiiiiii i iii i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ........ :::::::::::::::..:;,:: :i~,~iiii!i!!i!iii CONGRATULATIONS,RAY! Come in to Hardman's. Friday, May 22, and wish Ray a happy retirement. Cake and punch will be served at 2:00 p.m. Also, Calhoun Banks is where you can check your banking accounts / Pay your bills more easily on-line! Eliminate handling your paper bills! Reduce your mailing expenses! Do your banking and pay your bills in the convenience of your home or office? If you want this convenience, look no further! We, at Calhoun Banks, are happy with our efficient Most importantly, it's easy to sign up for itl Call or come in to see us so that we can take you throuCh the easy, step-by-step process; then you, too, can save your time and energy in paying your bills. Working for you today, Planning for your tomorrow. Serving The Little Kanawha Valley With Four Locations GRANTSVILLF, OFFICE ARNOLDSBURG OFFICE ELIZABETH OFFICE GLENVILLEOFFICE 372 Main Slrcct PO Bt~x 430 Rt. 33/I 19 P O Box 130 RI. 14 P.O. Box 129 X14 N. Lewis SL Hays City Grantsvillc, WV 26147 Arnoldsburg. WV 25234 Elizabeth, WV 26143 Glenville. WV 26351 Phone 1304) 354-6116 Member Phone (304) 655-8347 Phime (304) 275-(1996 ,~ Phone (304) 462-5051 Fax (3(~.4) 354-7X55 FDIC Fax (3(14) 655-7266 Fax (304) 275-1065 ~ Fax (3(14) 462-8215 Senior Center Traveling with Collette Vacations. California Coast Aug. 9-17, 2009, cost is $2649 includes air fare eight nights lodging and nine meals. Travel from San Francisco to San Diego breathtaking shores, stay in Yosemite Park and much more. First deposit of $100, due when making your reserva- tions. Reservations are made on a first come, first serve basis. Reservations must be made as soon as possible, seats are limited, and final payment by June 5. A White Star Tour. Nova Scotia, Sept 8-20, 2009, cost is $2,175, in- cludes deluxe motor coach transpor- tation, 12 nights lodging, 12 break- fasts and 12 dimmers, high speed CAT ferry to Portland ME, Peggy's Cove, Cabot Trail, Bay of Fundy, Price Ed- ward Island and much more. $200 deposit due when making reserva- tions balance by July 22. Senior Center tours are open to all regardless age and are escorted by Catherine Ratliff. Special attention is given to those needing assistance. For more information or to make a reser- vation, call 269-5738, and speak with Catherine. Sears Exxon of Stumptown Sears Exxon of Stumptown, will be celebrating 50 years of service to the Central West Virginia Region with an Open House, May 23, 2009, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. If you are a regular customer or only stop by occasionally, plan to stop by on this day to say hi and to add a story to their Book of Memories. We ask gifts be omitted but cards appreciated. of :'~ achieve all our goals, including that of one day building a shelter for ani- mals in Gilmer county. To attain these goals we have been spending lots of ~ ~Lw~I~ ......... ~ g'~ ~ time doing research on developing a -- - ~ ....... non-profit, making sure the right "No act ofkindness, no matter how forms, permits, and any additional small, is ever wasted"-Aesop, paper work is completed. So we ask Our sincere thanks to all the kind for your patience as we undertake and generous people living in the these initial, but necessary and impor- Gilmer county community for mak-~ tant, steps. ing donations to our cause, buying" In the mean time, anyone wishing bags of dog food, giving us items to to report the abuse or inhumane treat- raffle, and all the offers to volunteer merit of animals is encouraged to con- your time and help. We are also ap- tact Gilmer County Humane Officer, preeiative to those who have offered Deputy Larry Gerwig, in the Sheriff's their thoughtful advice and guidance Department, Monday-Friday, 8:00 and have been so supportive of our a.m. to 4:00 p.m., at 304-462-7441. endeavor to establish a humane soci- To inquire about lost dogs or to report ety for Gilmer County. stray animals, you may contact the We are presently working to form a Gilmer county Dog Warden at 304- highly effective organization to 462-7306. i) ::~[}iT~!}i!!i!i~iii~!7?i:~IT DUSTY HERN AND GLORIA LUDUICK Wedding Bells Will Be Ringing Dusty Hem and Gloria Luduick on May 30, 2009, at 2 p.m., at the would like to invite their family and Gassaway Baptist Church, in friends to their open church wedding Gassaway. .... ~= ~:' iiiii!!!i! i MR, AND MRS. ROY AND ELAINE MORRIS ....... Happy Golden Anniversa Elaine and Roy Mary, Ronnie, Rhonda and Stephanie and their families would like to invite all friends and family to join in the celebration of their parents, Roy and Elaine Morris' 50th wedding anniversary at Cedar Creek State Park S ~ L V -~ [.J D ~ Will open June 1, 2009 with the following amenities Vending machine with 8 soap selections and 3 softener selections Change machine that gives quarters for $1, $5, $10 and $20 Fully attended every day 6am - 11pm -- Our Staff is here to help Offl( i Incredibly clean washers and dryers Climate controlled -- Heated and Air conditioned . Choose Self Service or Full Service WASH-DRY-FOLD Three sizes of washers including 35 pound Extra Large Capacity Bright, fresh interior including a clean restroom Free Wireless Internet-- Free gift for children 9 and under 206 E. Main Gienville Laundry carts just inside the front door across from the Post Office Bag vendor to make laundry day more convenient Pay with Visa, Master Card, Discover, Cash or Check We appreciate your patience while we finish the most clean, comfortable laundromat in three counties.I ..................... i ............................................... iiii in the air-conditioned building on Sun- day, June 7, 2009 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Roy and Elaine were married on June 11, 1959, in Marietta, OH. They would love to see everyone and say hello, and they ask also that the classmates of us kids stop in. If you cannot attend and wish to mail a card, you may mail it to 3610 Steer Run Rd., Normantown, WV 25267. Refreshments will be available, so please stop in, say hello, and stay for awhile.