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Page 14 -- The Glenville Democrat / Pathfinder -- Thursday, July 2, 2009 Glen ville First Baptist Church proudly presents Ivan Parker IVAN PARKER The Glenville First Baptist Church is proud to present one of America's most exciting gospel artists, IVAN PARKER on July 19, 2009 at 7 pro. He is taking the country by storm with numerous appearances on National Television and guest appearances on the Bill and Gloria Gaither Homecoming Video Series. Although Ivan is a young man, he is a veteran in the Gospel Music Industry. He was voted Favorite Male Vocalist seven years consecutively (1989-1995) and again in 2006- 2007 and Favorite Lead Vocalist for six consecutive years for the southern gospel Singing News Fans Awards. He has also been awarded Soloist of the Year seven times by the Singing News Fan Awards. Ivan is known for his versatility in music styles. While attending a concert, you will enjoy old time favorites, his greatest hits and progressive southern to inspirational music. Audiences everywhere are drawn to the music and the message that Ivan Parker delivers. Don't miss this exciting evening of Praise and Worship with multi-award winning artist, IVAN PARKER at the Glenville First Baptist Church. It promises to be an evening to remember. For more information, please call 304-462-7015. !iiiii!!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii;;;i!i:i iiiii !!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!i!iiiiiiii!iiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiii!iiiiiiii !iiii:Ziiii!iiiiliiiiiii!i!iiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiii:iiiiiiii; : ii:i;i?iii;iiiiiiii!iii i:!ii;: iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!i!ii5  IN PHOTO FRONT TO BACK: Front Row; Bernice (Childers) Moyers, Wilma "Boots" (Roberts) Brannon. Second Row; Donald Norman, Treva (White) Berry, Richard Furr, Lavonne (Childers) Minigh, Wilda (Moore) Kuhl, Imogen (Sands) Carrice. Back Row; Melvin Jenkins, Hobart Turner, Dean Furr. Normantown High St:nool 60th Class Reunion The Normantown High School Class of 1949. celebrated their 60th year reunion, on May 22, 2009 at the Gilmer County Senior Center. This was the largest class to gradu- ate from NHS. At the beginning of their freshman year there were more than 49 stu- dents. Some of these did not remain in the group, but others came; there were 45 members of the sophomore class. The juniors of 4t students had a few different faces. The senior class of 1949 graduated 45 members; with Lucille Harman Meadows and Albert Moore, our spon- sors, guiding us through, along with other teachers. Some of the 49er's excelled in sports, music, other outstanding achieve- ments. Since 1949 this class has celebrated approximately 16 reunions. On May 22. 2009, the tables were decorated with blue and gold, the school colors: flowers and ballons, .also white roses with green, the class colors. There was a display of albums, old school papers, and scrap books, with memorabilia to enjoy. After joining hands, the "Lord's Prayer" was said in unison. The Senidr Center served a deli- cious dinner of chicken, gravy, salad, green beans, mashed potatoes, rolls, pie, coffee and tea: with helpful hands and wonderful smiles. Next, a candle was lit by Wilda Kuhl and she read the names of our 13 dear departed: Maxine Bailey, Melina Allen, Dale Turner, Milda Jean South- ern, Ruth James. Lovone Coal, Zethra Ash, Cleveland Whitman, Fred Furr, Bill Frame, Clarence Lambert, Vernon Miller, Doris Sands, also Dr. G. E. Arthur. Principal. Lavonne Childers Minigh read the class wilt from our Year Book "Vikilite." Which brought some laughs! Each member spoke of their past 60 years; about travels, occupations, the children, grandchildren and great grandchildren, and especially, how wonderful God has been to all of us. Those attending were: Donald Norman, Treva (White) Berry and John Berry, Richard Furr and Georgiana FuW, Melvin Jenkins and guest, Doris Ngrman, Hobart Turner, Dean Furr, Lavonne (Childers) and Robert J. Minigh, Milda (Moore) Kuhl, Imogene (Sands) Carrico, Bernice (ChiRters) Moyers, Wilma "Boots" (Roberts) and Rick Brannon. Note: Neither of our Sponsors were able to attend: Lucille Hardman Mead- ows and AlbeI Moore. We've Got It! Conveniently located at- Calhoun Bank Need cash fast? Or, did you forget to get money for your wallet? You can now visit and use our Drive-Through ATM Machine at Calhoun Bank's Glenville Branch. In another customer-friendly feature, you can make transactions from the convenience of your car or truck. VISIT US AT OUR NEW LOCATION NEAR THE HAYS CITY INTERSECTION ON SR 331119 Working for you today, Planning for your tomorrow. T 7 GRANTSVILLE OFFICE ARNOLI)SBURG OFFICE ELIZABETH OFFICE  (;LEN ILLE OFFICE 372 Main Street P.O. Box 43(1 RI. 33/I 19 P.O. Box 1311 RI. 14 P.O. Box 129 l 904 N Lewis St., 1lays City Granke, ville. WV 26147 Member Arnoklshurg, WV 25234 Elizabeth. WV 26143 I I Glem ille. WV 26351 Phone (3114) 354-6116 F]C Phlme (3(H) 655-8347 Plume (3114} 275-09K   Phone {304) 462-5051 Fax (3(H) 354-7855 Fax (304) 655-7266 Fax (304) 275-1065 ._ i : Fax (304) 462-8215 www.calhounbanks.com * fa" For instant account access, call 1,87i .,' 422 2388 iiIiIHi I|liaIii|lil iI llll|||lIHImll]Il il|lr'ldHImi I titt i HBI,Ht iti i IHI  i itiiJ,=i!iIttl] ,i]li ....