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RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE Will be held at Trinity United Mathodist Church on July 15, 2009 from 12 to 6 pm. FLEA MARKET/YARD SALE GLENVILLE NEW LIFE FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH The Glenville New Life Free Will Bap- tist Church Services are Sunday from 10 a.m. to 12:00. Special invitation to children and adults. There will be a weiner roast, games, and hay ride on July 10 at 7:00 p.m. Pastor Kenneth Cooper, 462-5945. NEW MT. OLIVE CHURCH BIBLE SCHOOL There will be a flea market/yard sale at the old Tanner school on July 3 and 4 from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. This wilt take place monthly. For more infor- mation, call 462-4321. LITTLE PIONEER BASKET BINGO There will be Little Pioneer basket bingo on July 16 at the senior center. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. and games start at 6:00 p.m. For more informa- tion, please call Tammy Moore at 462- 7588 or Angle Linger at 462-8265. BEGINNER CLOGGING/ FLATFOOTING AND SQUARE DANCING There will be beginner clogging/ flatfooting and square dancing les- sons on Sundays from 3-4 p.m. at the Rec. Center. All ages welcome. 462- 7656 for more information. CEDARVILLE HOMECOMING AND NIGHTSHOW The Cedarville Community Associa- tion Homecoming will be July 3 at the Cedarville Firehouse, starting at 4:00 p.m. Bluegrass music by Fishers of Men, Bluegrass Bandits, and Har- mony Bluegrass. Bring your instru- ments for jam sessions. Free hot dogs and sodas. Bring a covered dish or dessert. The Nightshow will be held on July 4 at the Cedarville Firehouse. Show starts at dark. Some conces- sions availbale. WALK THE WALK OF LIFE Still using your toes for complicated mathematical problems? Why not use your toes for something that really counts. Join the Gilmer County Relay for Life on July 10 at the Ike Morris Stadium on the Glenville State Col- lege campus from 7 p.m.-la.m... It's a team event for all ages. For more information contact Kipp Colvin by, calling 304-266-3418 or go to the Web at www.relayforlife/gilmerwv Bible school at the New Mt. Olive Churhc will be July 5-10 from 6:00 p.m.- 8:30 p.m. Church is located on Rt. 47, east of Burnt House. Classes from kindergarten- adult. The theme is Studio Go (game show). Everyone is welcome to attend. TANNER #4 HOMECOMING The Tanner #4 Homecoming will be Saturday, July 11,2009, at the Shock Church of Christ parking lot. Wiener roasting starts at noon. Bring lawn chairs. Bring music instruments. Tell everyone you see! REVIVAL A revival will be held at the Weston Church of God, 124 E. 4th St. in Weston on July 10-12 at 7 p.m. each evening and for the Sunday morning service at 11 a.m. The speaker is Luis Rodriguez Perez. Singers will include" ',Love Song" from New Jer- sey and local singers. Come and Worship. Pastor Randy Hughes in- vites the public to join us in this sum- mer camp meeting. **lit Once you make a decision, the universe conspires to make it happen. --Ralph Waldo Emerson I HASHMAN REUNION The descendants of George and Essie (Dobbins) Hashman will be hav- ing the 8th family reunion on July 4 at the Hashman homeplace on Cub Fork. Lunch will be around noon. Bring a covered dish, lawn chair, pic- tures, memories and something for the auction. Questions, call Monica (Hashman) White at 304-364-8554. Rustic camping is available. BAILEY FAMILY REUNION The Bailey family reunion will be Sun- day at the No.2 shelter above the pool. Eating utensils and coffee will be provided. Bring a coVered dish, auction item, and am) memorabilia and join us for the day. '1 Our Neighbors West Fork Conservation District Board of Supervisors The West Fork Conservation District Board of Supervisors monthly meet- ing will be held July 7, 2009 at the USDA Service Center at Mt. Clare, beginning at 9:00 a.m. Contact Dinah Hannah, Administrative Officer at 627- 2610 with any questions. What You Can Take With You By Joseph Mazzella I stopped at a local convenience store the other day to fill up my gas tank before heading back home. After pumping the gas, I headed in, grabbed a pack of gum, and got in line to pay. In the front of the line was an older woman, holding a toddler in her arms. Behind her and just in front of me was an older man with white hair and a white shirt. He smiled kindly at me and patiently waited while the woman struggled to hold her child while she cpunted Out change with her free hand. She searched twice in her pocket book, but still didnh have enough money to pay for the two gallons of milk she had brought to the counter. I could see her lips tremble and her eyes moisten as she apologized and picked up one of the gallons to take back. It was then that the older man stopped her. With a gentle smile, he told the cashier that he would pay for the milk. The look of relief on .the poor womanfs lace touched my heart. She thanked the older man, while he smiled again and said not to worry about it. As she exited the store, I .could see her eyes were still moist, but this time the tears were for a different reason. As he paid for the milk and his own items, the white- haired angel-in-disquise smiled at me one last time. Then as he was walking out of the store, he gave me a wink and said, "You can't take it with you, you know." What he said is true. You wonft need any pockets for the clothes you are buried in. Every dime you have made in this world has only been a loan for you to Use for a short time. Still, there are a few things that the white-haired gentleman and all of us will be taking with us when we do go to our final home. Every look of relief that we bring to another will go with us, every bit of love we share and kindness we do. Every moment of learning and joy will come with us, as well. And every smile that we bring to God's face will be waiting for us when we et there. ( Mazzella is a fre elancer from Nicho- las County. He is a Glenville State College alumnus.) i i iii Obituaries I r i CARL R. CARR Carl R. Carr, Mayor of sand Fork, age 75, of Sand Fork Road, Sand Fork, departed this life at 1:11 p.m. Monday, June 29, 2009 at United Hospital Center, Clarksburg, follow- ing an eight-month illness. He was born February 14, i934 in Braxton County. He was the son of the late Wesley and Georgia Duckworth Carr. Carl owned and operated Carr Con- tracting Inc. for 45 years; he .served as mayor of Sand Fork for 38 years, where he was currently serving. He served 38 years on the Regional III Planning and Development Council; 20 years in the Gilmer County Fire Department; seven years on the Board of Gilmer County Federal Correc- tional Institute; and over 15 years with the Lewis/Gilmer Solid Waste Management. He was a member of Sand Fork Baptist Church. He loved bluegrass music, hunting, and fish- ing. On July 19, 1955, he was married to Macel Batten Carr, who survives at their Sand Fork home. Surviving is one son and one daugh- ter: Richard A. Carr and wife, Terry, of Grennsburg, PA, and Cheryl Ann Cam of Morgantown. Also surviving are twin granddaughters: Megan and Mandy Carr, of Greensburg, PA and Pittsburgh, PA, who were the pride and joy of his life. Three brothers and four sisters sur- vive: Ray Carr, of Sutton, Howard Carr, of Sand Fork, John Carr, of New Martinsville, Lillie Robinson, of "Sutton, Virgie Weiler, of Summerfield, FL, Naomi Jarvis, of Palm Bay, FL, and Violet Askins, of Germantown, OH. Also surviving are several nieces and nephews. Carl was preceded in death by two brothers: Wesley and Brown Cart. Funeral services will be conducted at 11:00 a.m., Friday, July 3, 2009 at the Ellyson Mortuary, Inc. with Pas- tor Bryan Groves officating. Burial will follow in the Sand Fork Cem- etery, Sand Fork. Friends may call from 4-8 p.m. Thursday at the Mortu- ary. In lieu of flowers, the family re- quests contributions be mtde to the Carl R. Carr Scholarship/Sand Fork Town Hall Building Fund, P.O. Box 173, Sand Fork, WV 26430. Ellyson Mortuary, Inc., Glenville, is assisting the family of Carl R. Carr with arrangements. DENNIS LEE PERKINS, JR. Dennis Lee Perkins, Jr., age 42, of Glenville, departed this life unexpect- edly Wednesday, June 24, 2009 at his residence. Born September 19, 1966 in Indi- ana, he was the son of Virginia Glover Perkins, who resides in Sand Fork, and the late Dennis Lee Perkins. Dennis enjoyed fishing, model cars, music, and he was a Methodist by faith. He is survived by one son, Dennis Lee Perkins III, of Kingmont, one sister, Patricia Hickman, of Joetown, and two brothers, David Perkins, of Fairmont and Danny Perkins, also of Fairmont. Public visitation was held on Satur- day, June 27, 2009 at Ellyson Mortu- ary Inc., Glenville. Dennis was cre- mated and burial will be set at a later date. Ellyson Mortuary Inc. is assist- ing the family of Dennis Lee Perkins, Jr. with arrangements. ODELL WOOD Odell Wood, 69, of Stumptown. passed away June 25, 2009 at SunBridge o1' Glenville, following a long illness. Born in Calhoun County, he was a son of the late Avery and Viola Umstead Wood. He was an oil field worker. Surviving are sons, Mike Riggs, of Big Springs, Gary Wood, of Parkersburg, Roy Wood, of Sanford, NC, and Douglas Wood, of Norman- town, daughters, Emma Richards, of Five Forks, Brenda Brannon, of Reedy, and Margaret Cottrill, of Shock, 24 grandchildren, and seven great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Ruby Wood, and a son, Roger, and a grandson, Jeff. Funeral services were held Mon- day at 10 a.m. at the Stump Funeral Home in Arnoldsburg. Rev. Gone Satterfield officiated. 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