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July 4, 1975

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Ruhl Hall and of Van Were Mr. and ~d family of ~rs. Sylvia Mr. and family of md Mrs. Carl Mrs. transportation for newly commissioned officers from the Basic Officers School. Quantico, Va.. who took part in simulated assaults on beaches near the base. Dennison served with Company B. 2nd Amphibious Tractor Battalion. Camp Lejeune, N.C. require. at she completed assignments leading to her certification as Nurse Practitioner. The program, sponsored by Wichita State University and the National Health Service Corps, was developed to expand the role of nursing in medicine. Mrs. Arnold completed eight weeks of study at the University last summer and has participted in a preception- ship program with physicians at the Gilmer County Medical Center during the past ten months as part of the july 3, 1875 Q Matthew l~y~ Miles Matthew Royce Miles of 1501 28th Ave.. North, St. Petersburg, Fla.. died June 26, following a brief illness. He was the son of the late Matthew J. and Mildred Miles of GlenviUe. who survive him. One brother, Donald. craft, St. Clairsville: and one brother, Harold Boggs, Stumptown: 21 grand- children and one great-grandchild. Hayward 8. Collins Hayward B. Collins, 68, of Normantown. died while working in his The Glenviile Democrat/Pathfinder 3 School band rehearsals to begb The Gilmer County High School band will resume summer rehearsals Tuesday, July 8, according to school officials. Band members are asked to consult their summer schedules for a list of remaining practices and performances for the summer. The Gilmer County Junior band will have weekly rehearsals beginning Course Requirements. An employee of preceded him in death. garden Wednesday, June 25. Monday, July 7 at the high school band Mrs. Kimberly Jean McKay of Auburn the NHSC, she is a graduate of St. Miles is survived by his widow, the He was born in Gilmer Couty, son of r~m from 6:30 to 7:30 v.m. The iuninr Ha. and has been accepted for admission toMary's School of Nursing in former Mariorie E. Hart of Clarksburg. the late Willi|m~ end Florence Minney band will meet for rehearsals on the daughter of Potomac State College as a freshman Huntington. and his mother, of Florida. Collins. He was retired from the State following Monday evenings; July 7, 14, for the 1975-76 school year. Mr. Miles was a well known local Dept. of Highways after 34 years 21, 28 and August 4. Potomac State College is the junior Child care staffers musician and he had been associated service. cal Sergeantcollege branch of West Virginia o__ with the Paul Whiteman, Charlie Survivors include his wife. Flora 4re. Lena V.University located in Keyser and offers atte~ tralal~ Spivak. and Tommy Dorsey bands. M. Collins; one daughter, Twila Moyers At one time he took music lm~onsof Normantown two brothers, Ores | | arrived for Associate in Arts degree in 38 iastilate from the late Mrs. John E. Arbucide. Collins and Holly. both of Normantown | SING I an Air Force Kimberly is a 1975 graduate of Burial was in St. Petersburg. two sisters, Jewell KtddofNormantown | | served for Gilmer County High School. She is the Cathy DeWall and Patricia Jenio, and Monnie Boggs of Stumptown; and| ...... _-,, L_ _ _.-__ I Z'ce Recruiting daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. staff members at GlenviUe Child Care Victm'Bolp one grandchild. I it~re ~10 ~ a ~ | McKay, Auburn. Center, 212 E. Main St., recently Services were June 29 at Mt. | Sunday night, July 13thatl ~0graduate of ~ attended a week-long Outreach Victor Boggs, 74. of Stumptown Plsgah Baptist Church at Stumptown. | 7.on ,~',-I,~,~/,, =, +k,~ I Wife, Sherry is Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.Training institute on "reaching thedied Tuesday, June 24, in Calhoun with the Rev. Rodney Minney | ~., v ~,,Auf,,, ~ ...."'_~" I .d Mrs. Tex R.O.N. Cutright of Rt. 1 Glenville were Handicapped PreSchooler' presented General Hospital at Grantsvflla. He officiating. Burial was in Collins| ~'~ Gt~ t,nur _cn. lore, Ala. Stinson, and Mr. and Mrs. Barry Clary Street LearningCenter attracted member f the Rush Run BaptistMr' and Mrs. Dallas Hughes of byPre.SchoolProjectP.U.S.a..Keyser, was born at Stumptown, son of the late Community Cemetery at Stumptown. i I i F tu ss-., I Valparaiso, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Donald The programs conducted at the Alan and Nellie Stump Boggs. He was a .daughter BethKidwell of Front Royal, Va. 24 administrators, teachers, and aides Church and a retired farmer. ~ TANNER ALUMNI TO MEET ~1 Ruth Layne Also, visiting were Mr. and Mrs. working with "special' children Surviving are his wife, Della guests of Mr. Danny Cutright and daughter Daniel|e; ranging in age from birth to eight Stevens Baggs; five sons, Olea Bo~s. The Tanner High School Alumni | ~_~. V~n H~rn ] Uniontown, Pa.; Guy Boggs, Parkers. meeting will be held on July 5, | .............. ] and Sharon Eugene, Timmy and Randy Cutright of years, burg; John and Don Bogp. both of St. beginning at 5 p.m. in the school | ] Port Washington. Ohio. Topics presented by the interdiscip- Clairevflle, O.; and Adrian Bogp, gymnasium. Food will be available. l. Layne are They attended the wedding of Judi~ linary PUSH team at this institute Wheeling; a daughter, Dorothy School- Layne. Ann George and James R. Bennett at included Child Development Principles. r~ Newport the Bandale Methodist Church at Task Analysis, Speech and Language I NC. . Sear Wo *oo on now volopmont o, SI URGEON MORTUARY. ','I eJarretts Bennett is a granddaughter of Mr. and Learning Disabilities. and the in Harrison Mrs. O.N. Cutright. The newly weds Psychological Implications of Handi- Gl dll , W.Va. Phon 462- O will reside at Morgantown in the fail, capping Conditions. The participants LICENSED MORTICIANS _ where both are attendingW.Va. became actively involved with the of Mr. University. institute through directed observation J.J. Sourfleon, Pres. M. Stephen Strickland of of actual classroom situations and :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Mrs. Carolyn Arnold of Glenvi]le through problem solving workshops returned from Wichita, Kansas where and d~scussions. NOTICE TO TAX-PAYI S The 1976 taxable year will bel m July 1, 1975 Richard Stalnaker, Assessor Sharon Snyder, Office Deputy Bobby G. Roberts, Field Deputy PO|IATIIST ........... ........ (F t ecru s Announces the opening of his offke far practke of podiatry By Appointment ! st Floor 1309 Mmket St., Parkersburg WV . Free Parking in the rear (3O4) 428-OOOO Dr. Ilcnky Due to other offices being closed my offfme hours will be extended. Starting June 23. MON., TUES., WED., THURS., FRL, SAT. 9:.30 A.M. - 12 NOON MON., TUES., WI ., FRL 2 P.M. - 5 P.M. Court Street Office Men. and Fri. 7:30 P.M. I III~ [ lilt I Ill Clbk fte bs The Gilmer County Med cM Cente will be do ed for medicM services for the period June 20 thru July 13. During this ffnm Drs. Silverstein and Piper will be leaving and Drs. Gro H#ler will be afrivi The office will be open 9. 0 - and I, 0 - 4:00 for the payment of bills. Appointments may be scheduled during the mek of July 7th for the period beginning July 14. The Medi l Center is 462-7381. Dental operations will contitme as usual during this period with Dr. Tom Wiikerson rm 'ning at the dinic, to be jdnsd by Dr. John Wasffall, opening business in Dr. Lea Sabo's Dr. Sabo will not be scheduling appointments aft June 17, except for work #ready begun. The Dental Clinic number is 462-7343. ATTEND HE CHURCH R CHOICE THIS SUNDAY "r-'-r, nW M lkod Sunday. July 6 - Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship, 10:55 a.m. Sermon, "No God's Before Him" Tuesday, July 8 - Council on Ministries, 8 p.m. napt Omrch. Giea b Sunday, July 6 - Sunday School for all ages, 9:45 a.m: Pmtm:eat=l Omrcb St. Second and fourth Saturday, Eveni~ Service, 7:00 p,m. Sunday, July 6 - Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 9 - Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, July9 - Prayer and Bible Study, 7:30 p.m. Church choir rehearsal 6:30 p.m. Letter Gap Ckm. h Sunday, July e - Sunday school, 10 a.m. Preaching every first Sundayby Rev. Glen Kirkpatrick 11:00 a.m. Sm mth Day Adventist Church Saturday, July 5 - able study, 10:00 e.m. WorshipServi . 11.'00 a.m. Sunday, July 6 Church SchooL 0:45 a.m. Service for the Lord's Day at 11.4 0 a.m. uffi d Ch'mm Sunday. July e - Liberty at Hurst, 10 a.m... Vedts, 11 e,m. 61 ville Sunday, July 6 - Bible Service, 10:.30 a.m. Evening Worship at 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, July 9 - Mid-weak Service at 7:00 p.m. Chun kal bad. Cdm llla Sunday, July e - Sunday Eucharist Celebration at 11:15 e.m. Ft. David Glookner, Pastor. Bia]-a-Prayer, 462-5130. Cr k Ghur h Sunday School every Sunday 10:00 a.m. Preaching each second Sunday morning and fourth Sunday night with Ray. Glenn Kirkimtrick. ( urch of God Pentecostal Powall St., Gienv e Sunday. July 6 - Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Mornin8 Worship Service, 11:00 a.m. Evening Worship Service, 7:30 p.m. with Rev. Michael Edwards, Pastor. Thursday, July 3, Bible Study beginning with the 1st chapter of Acts, at 7:30 p.m. Sand Fork Regular service nisht, at 7:30 p.m. on Friday Rhoades Chapel Memorial urch Little Bull Run Sunday, July 13 - 7:30 p,m+ Sing. Heavenly Ramblers. All singers welcome. Sunday school every Sunday, 10 a.m.; Preaching every first Sunday by Ray. Gaylord Vanhorn and every third Sunday by Re,,,. Glenn Kirkpatrick. Prayer me~ ings on Wednesdays, 7 p.m. Crooked Run Methodist Church Preaching every second ~d fourth Sunday, 7:30 p.m+ B+ ~,te study and sing every first and third Sunday, 7:30 p.m. Old fashioned sign every fourth Saturday, 7:30 p.m, Public invited. FAITH WILL TEACH YOU HOW TO COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS It is so easy to become dissatisfied with our material pos- sessions that hardly a day goes by in which we do not wish for something more; often something we do not need or cannot afford. But happiness does not consist of con- tinually acquiring new belongings: it is the result of being thankful for what we already have and decreasing our de- sires. Faith in God can help us accomplish tMs goal by turn- ing our attention to the spiritual values of life. as well as the positive side of the material ledger. Learn to be grateful for your health, your family, your home" life and all of the mis- fortunes that you have managed to avoid. Begin to count your blessings. Your Church is the best place to do it. "In every thing give thanks, for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus cormerning you." -- I Thes=.Monians 5:18 Fo~m 4 1 7.0@ JUL'75 ff you cannot be grM.efut for what you have, be grateful for what you have escaped. -- Author unknow! THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS URGE YOU TO GO TO CHURCH DAVIS SlrOit 202 K Mata SI. W.Va. ChJUBOUN m Sm VK CJ) S MMI Gi vi lq=me SUMMmtS PHARMACY At Ymsr Sm.tdlr.e MIDLAND CO. St. Glemldil, KANAWHA UNION BANK Cmp t. Serv 4 z. 1 UEON'S SERVICE Gl.mviUe CONIL&D HOTEL & RESTA~ C.mod Food - Re~able Prices 101 So. Court Ph. 462-7391 HAM]tICS (~mlJty leweh~y - Watch ~epair 107 K Main St. Glenvflle WILMAMS GROCi Y AND ESSO STATION B.IL Lowe Nm antown West Virl0nia Your Hometown Newspalmrs : The Glenville Democrat The GlenvUle Pathfinder S. Dennison, of Route 77, in an at the Lejeune, 8hip-to.shore the Delbert took place Thomas's i the ": *': ]t~rS[~:~+++ hid mr++9+++ V++]rrleP~,~ of Frametown; their sons An all and Sandra Timothy, all of ML Sobotka, Jerry, ELyria, 0.; their son md Maggie Jr. and Karen and Dave and Jim, allof Elsie Frame present Sharon Va.; and Frame of gift exchange, for the 1976 +of June, 1976 next Dalhert w,g.l be and the reunion Marks at the July bring picnic f~--milies are at Mt. ~ iI evening families Roy. J. of