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Thursday, June 13, 1991--The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder--Page 7 ded on the Gilmer County Recreation Center Sunday evening for their annual week-long 4-H camp. Campers from including photography, fishing, news writing, horseback riding and basket weaving. The camp runs evening closing with a camp fire and awards ceremony. Eilison 462-5446 West Virginia American Baptist Grandma Pearl went to the carni- Youth to appear at First Baptist Church ~ Phyllis Marks, o McCullough. val. Barb and Kathy took her one Mar>, Jo's is evening to look around. She played Agroupofl8juniorandsenior "PcoplcNccdThcLord' onSatur- eryone some games and won some stuffed high youth from around the state day, June 15, at 7:00 p.m. at the month and manytoysandthings.Shehadahotdogand are touring West Virginia present- First Baptist Church of Glcnvillc. some cotton candy. She loved it. It was a real fun place. She said with all ing the musical/drama, "People The tour dircctor is Rev. Jack Ve been paint-thestuffedthingslayingaroundyou'd Need The Lord." The musical/L.ylincar, ministerwithyouthfor walls. The thinka kid lived there. I think we all drama, produced by Nan Gurley thc West Virginia Baptist Con- ,edaysoon have a liule kid inside that likes to get and Phill McHugh and arranged vcntion; musical director is Mr. now I'm out sometime. It's OK and we love and produced by Steven V. Tay- Charles R. "Butch" Ford, ministcr Emma had seeing you have some fun. lot, presents the Gospel of Jesus with youth at the Vienna Baptist and Sue We are sorry to hear of the passing Christ in a shopping mall setting Church; drama director is Mr. Jo- helpthem of'Mary Skinner on June 1st. Our lnadditiontotouringWestVir- scphStephens,ministerwithyouth Thank sympathy goes out to Desi Garrett ginia, the groupis going to Lake- at Emmanuel Baptist Church in we would and her family, land, Florida, in July to do an area Parkcrsburg. toseeus ' Allen called from Elyna, Ohio. survey for a mission church and the They are doing pretty good. The girls, pre nt six concerts. Frec will of- ChrissyandMindi, did really well in ferings taken at all concerts will helped me school. They are such smart girls, help finance the trip. entertainment Sorry to hear my gran nephew Jarvis The public is invited to witness e love is in the hospital again. He was just the West Virginia American Bap- here Memorial weekend with his par- fist Youth on Tour prcscntin tO-visit a friend ents, Rodney and Diane McCullough see the "job"from Elyria, Ohio. Hope he's home I can't and beuer now. left. I Still haven't heard from my Aunt Conings News try to take Gracie. Hope she's OK. We hope John It is a sin is doing alright, too. Let us know, treat them and please. It The weather has finally cooled down. Aftcr the rain Sunday it is not Sherman and Mary Lou and Karen came up ashotanditsurcfcclsbcttcr.Lct'sjust have a very awhile the other day. So nice to have hope it stays this way for awhile. porch, them closer. Don't see them anymore Argil finally got some water in his to Morgan- often, but that will change as soon as little swimming pool. It rained and She's things settle down a liule, put water in it. He played a couple of )lant. We Phyllis Marks had more company, days, but one day he said it was just a go ! Their granddaughter, Georgia, and too cold. husband, Anibal, visited. Jesse went Mildred Radcliff, Mavis Cole and vls- to Grantsvill to the Keith and Ken AdaRadcliffrodc theSeniorCitizens reunion. There were a lot of Marks van Friday. While in Glenville they Cupren andJohnsons there. Jesse, Juniorand did some shopping. Cecil son went too. Jeanie and Keith Gordon were here awhile.Alice Murphy got her car hit a shopping in Weston Friday. Davidson, couple of weeks ago. Guess what? Morn, Argil and I were in Weston doctor for Shegothercarhitagain. Shesaysshe Friday doing a little shopping and a ble. Hope is going to take it in the house and lot of looking. I didn't buy much. sleep with it. It may be safe then. Judy, Kelli and David were visit- ing with Maxine Burkhammer last week. Maxine's sister was visiting =alhoun-Gilmer Career Center with her for a while The farmers are taking advantage of the pretty weather to get their hay up. :ccptzon Ca- and "staff on John Hager, tO class atten- and accom- the school After the awards presentation, the students and staff adjourned outside for a school picnic. Activi- ties, as well as board games, were available. Traditional picnic food, which included hot dogs, potato salad, chips and lemonade, was enjoyed by all the participants. Margaret Radcliff 462-8250 Advertise with 1 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder 462-7309 special skill ar- Students 1; Kari pro- on grade point iub panicipa- four stu- at- school tO: CasSandra Frank .and Mich- l}.m, (Rt. 5, Mouth of Tanner) Presents Danny Miller's Wild Country Band Saturday, June 15th 9 PM to 1 AM $3.00 single-- $5.00 couple 462-5910 Factory Discount Pricing Rt. 20 So. Buckhannon (Across from Ames) $1000 TO s4000 OFF on all selected models in stock 10 Sectionals-We carry Wingate, Sandpointe, Oak Grove and Vogue Call TOLL FREE 1-800-448-5098 (304) 472-7183 coolin The Cedarville Centurions received the Rhododendren Award first runner-up and trophy; Maxine Scarbro Achievement Award, second runner-up, $25.00 check and honor award on scrapbook. The awards were presented by Khrystyne Haje of Los Angeles, California. Welcome rug made from recycled pop bottles. Cedarville Centurions County that received awards this The Cedarville Centurions 4-H year. They are the only 4-H club in club went to North Bend State Gilmer County to receive awards Park to attend the Conservation in the 28 years of Conservation Youth Day celebration. They spent Day at North Bend. Their awards the night on Friday and attended were a nice trophy, three ribbons, the activities. Clubs from several two-certificatesanda$25.00check counties got awards. Cedarville which they appreciated receiving was the only 4-H club in Gilmer fortheirthreemonthsofhardwork. Ambulance Runs June 3, 1:17 p.m. - Louisa Woofter, from Americare to Moyers, from Stonewall Jackson SJMH. Memorial Hospital in Weston to June 7, 9:21 p.m. - Rhonda residence, Butcher's Fork. Eury, from Foodland Plaza, to June 4, 3:22 p.m. - Mike SJMH. Frymier, from Tanner to Camden Clark Memorial Hospital in Park- June 8, 2:13p.m.- Ruby Smith, ersburg, from Americare to Calhoun Gen- June 6, 6:56 a.m. - Louisa eral Hospital in Granstville, back Moyers, from Butcher's Fork to to Americare; 7:41 p.m. - SJMH; 12:47 p.m. Mabel Newbeme Road, no transport. COOLMATE 5,000 BTU C 1 R 10 F2A/54201 MARK II 12,500 BTU Sale Ends June \ L \ \ go=n 8.00 EER O0 9,500 BTU, 9.0 EER 9.0 EER s437oo 00 18,500 BTU 9.0E ER $59900 100 West Main Street, Glenville 462-7305 John Lilly, Mgr. ( STORE HOI | Mon.thru Sat 8-5 !! iI i