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Page 12 - Thursday, July 2, 2015 - The GlenviUe Democrat The Glenville Pathfinder - Glenville, WV 26351 The Normantown classes of 1949 and 1950 met for thier dinner at the Gilmer County Senior Center on May 22, 2015. The room was beautifully decorated by the Center staff with white table cloths, blue and gold flowers, candles, and napkins. Blue and gold were, of course, our school colors. After meeting at 5:00 pm for visiting, the Center staff served a wonderful dinner of salad, chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, two choices of cake, with tea and coffee. Prayer was said by Bob Kuhl. After dinner two candles were lit and the names of those no longer with us of 1949 class were read by CLASS OF 1949 ATTENDEES - Dean Furr, Ricahrd Furr, Imogene Sands Carrico, Lavonne Childers Minnigh, Treva White Berry, Wilda Moore Kuhl, and Wilbur Marks. Energy Express began the week of June 22hd at Glen- ville Elementary School. Energy Express is a state- wide summer reading and nutrition program developed to promote literacy skills and healthy eating habits in our community's children. Col- lege students and commu- nity residents are serving as AmeriCorps members, to re- inforce reading skills throughout the summer; with art, drama, and many other fun activities. The Energy Express program needs vol- unteers to do one-on-one reading and writing with the children between the hOurs of 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. For more information about volunteering, please call 304-462-7338. We would ENERGY EXPRESS LEADERS GEAR UP FOR A GREAT SUMMER! Wilda Kuhl; and those of appreciate your help! 1950 were read by Bob Kuhl; who said aprayer in memory, followed by a moment of silence. Several comments . --- ' were made by different class members of times past, both sad and joyous. CLASS OF 1950 ATTENDEES - Bob and Ruth Kuhl, Q After a brief business Robert Minigh, George Ray Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Donald meeting, it was agreed to Martin. have next years dinner, some time same place. Specialguests of those at- and Rick Brannon, Richard evening there were visitors tending were: Georgiana andGeorgianaFurr'sdaugh- from the other classes also Furr, JohnBerry, Fa),Marks, ter and neice. During the meeting the Center. MONDAY 6 p!m.! GCVFD Fire House Doors open at 5:00 p.m. : We~ther I erm##:It!) Early Bird (Quickie) gamesat 6:00p.m. Concessions by GCVFD Support Group MRS. AND MR. HUFFMAN -Come Celebrate With James and Ruth Huffman on their 50th wedding anniversary. They will celebrate Sun., July 5, 2015 at the Burnsville Commu nity Building from 2:00p.m. to 4:00 p.m. No gifts please! Cards, however, would be greatly appreciated. MRS. AND MR. SIMMONS Congratulations to the Simmons' ThefamiliesofBriannaR. to sign an untraditional Yost and Gary D. Simmons guestboook- a large "S" ini- are proud to announce the tial to be hung in their home recent marriage of their chil- as a wonderful memory of dren. their special day. Mr. and Mrs. Simmons TheBride, BriannaR.Yost, were wed in a private cer- is the daughter of Angie and emony on Sat., June 20 at Calvin Yost. The Groom, 3:30 pm at the Sand Fork Gary D. Simmons, is the son Baptist Church. The couple of Linda Ray George. enjoyed their day with family Mr. and Mrs. Simmons will before leaving for their hon- reside at their home together eymoon in Gattinburg, TN. in Glenville. Best wishes for To remember their day, the a long and happy marriage to newlyweds askedtheir guests the couple! Stop by yOUT Smiter Friendly store to see ow complete selection of craft beers. m l