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Pat's Chat Pat Ridpath, Burnsville 472-5102 or 888-294-5401 Familiar Faces in 4nother Place I am sorry to tell you that my friend and former classmate, Iva Lob (Love) Eubank's son, Roger, died on July 10 at home. I just don't know how people survive losing their children. You and your family have my deepest sympathy, Iva Lob. I am still in Kansas City. Pat Mor- gan Detko, a friend of ours from our years of living here, took me to church yesterday. It is not the same building we attended when we were here. but I got to visit with some of the same people: The new church is beautiful and modern. Some of the folks who read this Chat will remember some of these people. David Lewis used to be a member here, but he moved to south- ern West Virginia. I was surprised to see him here; he is vismng for a week or so. Among those I talked to were: Ernie and Bever, ly Van Carpenter; LeGaye Malcolm and Peggy Tern Geriche; Roger Stocker wife, Joy; Charles Shaw q remember me); and Kern Hansen. It was very l everyone and to see lots c bers since we moved fro We had some bananas 1 ripe. and a friend gave us is simple, very good, a prepare. I didn' t get the n coy; Nancy Davidson; yson; Betty md his new who did not y and Keith ;ood to see f new mem- n here. hat were too a recipe that ld quick to ame. so I am calling it "Microwave B nana Bars." Here is the recipe: 1/4 C. Butter 3/4 C. brown sugar, Ipacked (we used Splenda) 1 egg, slightly beaten I 1/2 C. sour cream 1/2 C. mashed banana (I used much more) I I 1/2 t. vanilla 1 C. Flour (I used whole wheat pastry flour) 1/2 t. salt 1/2 t. soda (I added chopped walnuts and dried cranberries. Raisins may be used, or other kinds of nuts.) Cream together the butter & sugar. Add the egg, sour cream and vanilla and stir together. Mix dry ingredients well and blend into this mixture. Spread into a greased, glass baking dish and cook on high in microwave for 5 or 6 minutes, until top springs back when touched. Cut into bars and serve warm or cold. We froze them. and they are delicious straight fi'om the freezer. Maranatha? Cedarville News 00o00..woo00000000462_7093 00i,m00r 00oin.s TOPS MEETING ! TOPS, Take Off Pounds Sensibly, meets every Tuesday at the Gilmer Public Library. Weigh-in is from 5:15- 6:00 p.m. and the meeting is from 6:00- 7:00 p.m. For more information, please contact Loretta Pugh at (304) 462-7777 or Linda Peggs at (304) 462-5017. 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 2:30-3:00 p.m. at the Rec. Center Barn for ages 10 and under and 3:00-4:00 for ages over 10. 462-7656 for more informa- tion. Private lessons also available. Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer We had a good week: our daughter. Katrina, and girls. Lindsey and Raecheal, of Maryland, spent some time with us. We celebrated Mikala's late birth- day at Valley Worlds of Fun with: Jennifer and Dustin Harper: Raechel: Matt and Gracie Adams: Katrina: Linsey and Raecheal Bosley; Mawmaw and Papaw Woodyard: room Rebecca: brother Caleb: and. of course, Mikala. We all enjoyed ice- cream cake, pizza, and pop. We had a nice day, with the rides, games, and bowling. Katrina and the girls also attended our Bailey Family Reunion at the park. We had a nice attendance, a fun auction and a good meal. We enjoyed a visit from Tanya and Aden Isenhart; he is a cutie and is surely growing. All of my grandchildren really en- joyed the fireworks, in spite of the little shower that just dampened things a little. It appears that Dog Days set in dry, as we can't seem to get the good rain that we need badly. Congratulations go out to Sara and John Wayne on their new baby boy. We need to add Dewayne Riffle to our prayer list. Wayne, Mikala and I attended the Tanner #4 Reunion at Shock on Sat- urday. There was a nice crowd, with good music and staging. u/U/Z The summer harvest day begun With cloudless dawn and flaming sun: Ripe grain the sickle flashes through. The sweep of scythes in morning dew. The nooning underneath the trees Made cool by sea or mountain breeze: The thundershower, the clearing sky, And sunset splendors of July. [From The Governor's Desk: l weekly column by Gov. Joe Manchin Attention All Drug Dealers: Operation Eviction Coming to Your Town Soon Earlier this week I met with fed- Thismoney alloweLth’ West ir- eral, state and local law enforcement g,-,,-'ate.:P_',,ell;er offzcials, commUmty leaders and ia':forceme h- elected officials in Huntington to dis- cuss the next steps in dealing with crime in Cabell County and across the state. During the meeting, we talked about current law enforcement issues in the county, as well as the success of efforts to tackle crime in recent months. In addition, we announced Operation Eviction. a new initiative that is a collaborative effort between state and local law enforcements to get drug traffickers off our streets. When I took office as Governor, my administration immediately be- gan working with the members of our law enforcement community to target illegal drugs and enhance our drug eradication efforts. In July 2006. we dedicated an additional $1 million to combat the drug problem in West Virginia. out the state, to crack down hard on the state's drug trade. We are seeing results from our hard work over the past few years. For instance, in 2004. the WV State Police's Bureau of Criminal Investigations (BCI) unit seized more than $910,000 in drugs. Last year, the BCI unit alone took nearly $13.7 million in drugs off the streets. Working with county and local law enforcement, we have made great advancements in putting criminals behind bars during the past four years. And. this week. with the announce- ment and kick-offof Operation Evic- tion. we take our fight on drugs to the next level. 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Tick- ets available at the Senior Center, or at the Bingo. Bingo starts at 1:00 with lunch and refreshments at 12:00. Fundraiser for the benefit of Senior Companions and Foster Grandpar- ents. FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY MEETING There will be a Friends of the Library meeting on Monday, July 20 at 10:00 a.m. at the Gilmer Public Library. Pub- lic is welcome to add new ideas and more fun to our library. get and more effective. Operation Eviction will allow the use of state resources to combine with county and city agencies to continue this fight in illegal drug trade in our communities. Operations such as this are no easy task. I am calling on the people of West Virginia to be courageous and support law enforcement in their ef- forts to take back our communiues and restore our families. People in the affected communities have knowl- edge, that if properly passed on to law enforcement, may become crucial in winning the battle. With your help, we can win this war. If you are a drug dealer who is reading this, the choice is yours: "You can leave or we are going to hunt you down and arrest you. Either way, you will be evicted from the streets of West Virginia!" GCHS CLASS OF '69 REUNION )4f you are attending the Class of '69 GCHS Reunion on Sat., July 25, and t/ou plan to partake of the meal, you MUST-send your money to: Jane Ar.Saul, 210 W. Main St., Belle, WV 25015 ASAP ($25 single, $40 couple). Garden Calendar Here are some handy tips for you gardeners, courtesy of the West Vir- ginia Department of Agriculture: uJ_u • 16: Plant Chinese cabbage; • 17: Remove raspberry canes after. fruiting; • 21 : Turn compost. A wise man should have money in his head, but not in his heart. ---Jonathan Swift Friendship is a sheltering tree. Truth or Tradition ? "Why do ye also transgress the commandment of God by your tradition?" Matthew 15:3 Baptism Is Essential To Salvation ..... Truth Or Tradition? Bapt!,s m Saves Us. In regard to the flood in Noah's day, Peter wrote: The like figure whereunto even baptism doth also now save ' us. (1 Peter 3:21). How does baptism save us? Water can t wash,,.. away sin ..... can it? -  -7-lau Example Of Naaman. Why would God require Naaman to dip in the Jordan River? (2 Kings 5). Water can't wash away leprosy ..... can it? Could it be a test of his faith? Would he do what God said to do even if he didn't see any sense ]n it? We know Jr'was the power of God fhat cleansed him, but he laad to go into the water in 0der to contact that power. He wasn't cleansed until alter he had done what God required. Could baptism be such a test of our faith? ! Power In The Blood. All sincere Bible students agree tha! there is only one thing in the world that can cleanse us of sin, and that i the blood of Christ. If there were anything else, surely God would have not required His Only Son to suffer as He did. The question is, How can yo and I contact that blood that was shed almost two thousand years ago, half!ay around the world from us? " For The Remission Of Sins. Wln Our Savior msututed the Lord's Supper, He took the.,gu , th e fruit of the vine, and declared: ,"For this is my blood of the n0' testament, which is shed for man' b, FOR THE REMISSION;F SINS." (Matthew26:28). However, on the Day of Pentecost, when the Jews asked Peter what to do to be forgiven of the sin of crucifying the Messiah, Peter responded: "Repent, and be aptized...FOR THE REMISSION OF SINS..." (Acts 2:38). Jesus said 'the blood, and Peter said repentance and baptism. Whom are we to believe? Can we believe both? Could it be that Jesus is talking about the pctwer, the blood, and Peter is talking about how to contact the power, i'epentance and baptism? There must be a connection, because repentance and baptism do he exact same thing for us as the blood. Baptized Into His Death. Paul said that when we are battized into Christ we are baptized into His death. Why would he say that? Itwas in His death that the blood was shed. When His side was pierced there came out blood and water. (John 19:34). What do you think? Baptism Is Essential To Salvation ..... Truth Or Tradition? .. Steer Creek Church of Christ 3466 Rosedale Road, Stumptown, WV 25267. Minister: Gene H. Miller, 3281 ROsedale Road, Shock, WV 26638. Phone: 462-0384. , E-mail: hmiller@rtol.net. Web Links: hurherald.cmht sanet.com Thursday, July 16, 2009 -- The Glenville Democrat / i'., ; .... Page 9 Gilmer Goings On i 00ilmer Goings Reunions GC RETIRED SCHOOL EMPLOY- EES' PICNIC On Tuesday, July 21,2009, the Gilmer County Association of Retired School Employees (GCARSE) will meet for their annual picnic at the Gilmer County Recreation Center's lower shelter. We welcome all members, retirees, and spouses to join us for a covered dish meal with fellowship at 5:00 p.m. and eating at 6:00 p.m. Hot dogs, buns, and tableware will be pro- vided. Bring a covered dish, a chair (for comfort) and join us. We look forward to seeing you! Church TROY CHARGEVBS The Troy Charge VBS will be held at Cox's Mills United Methodist Church on July 19-24 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Classes are available for all ages. Come ane learn about the Bible char- acters. For more information, call 462- 8250 or 462-4082. Everyone wel- come! VBS AT CROOKED RUN COMMU- NITY CHURCH Vacation Bible School at Crooked Run Community Church is scheduled for July 15-July 18, 6:45 p.m.- 9:00 p.m. Classes for preschool- adult. Come join us for "Crocodile Dock." ENDTIMESPROPHECY SEMINAR The End Times Prophecy seminar will continue on Wed. evenings at the Sand Fork Church of God of Proph- ecy at 7 p.m. This teaching was started last summer by Selby Franklin, from Florida. This study is in the book of Revelation. There will be charts, handouts, etc. to better un- derstand end time prophecies. For more info., call 462-4278 or 462-4172. Everyone welcome. Our Neighbors  BOARD OF HEALTH MEETING The Board of Health will be meeting on Tuesday, July 21 at 4:30 in the Health Center Conference Room. All meetings are open to the pub lic. SPAGHETTI DINNER There will be a spaghetti dinner for Tiffany and Robert Petry adoption on July 31 from 2-8 p.m. atthe Flatwoods WYANT-CANFIELD REUNION The annual Wyant- Canfield Reunion will be held Saturday, August 8, at the McCanns Run Fellowship Hall, starting at 11 a.m. for the descen- dants, relatives, and friends of the late Doy and Edna Ellen Wyant. Cov- ered dish meal. Table service pro- vided. A business meeting will be held following dinner. Games by the fam- ily of the late Basil Wyant, with fun for everyone. GREENLIEF FAMILY REUNION The Greenlief family reunion will be at the old home place on July 19. Meal will be at 12 noon. ISENHART/WHISMAN REUNION The Isenhart and Whisman reunion will be held Saturday, July 18 at the home of Marty Bunn, 5799 WV High- way 5 W, approximately six miles west of the red light. Lunch will be served beginn0ng at 12 noon. Bring a cov- ered dish and comfortable lawn chair. Tableware, hamburgers, hot dogs, buns, and drinks will be provided. Come enjoy the afternoon of relax- ation with young and old. All family an friends are invited. CLEVENGER FAMILY REUNION The 51st annual A.M. Clevenger (Ora Mae Kirkpatrick) family reunion will be held on Sunday, August 2, 2009, at the Newberne United Methodist Church (located off Rt. 47 on Tanner Rd.). All relatives and friends are wel- come. Worship service will begin at 11:00 a.m., followed by a fellowship lunch at noon. BURNS-KERNS REUNION The annual Burns-Kerns reunion will be held Saturday, August 8, 2009 at the Knights of Pythias building (former Kanawha Drive Community Building) located on Route 5, 3.5 miles West of the stoplight in Glenville. The building will open at 11:00 am for visiting, and dinner will be at 1:00. All family and friends are invited to attend. Please bdng a covered dish, your family, and a friend to enjoy the afternoon. We will also have bluegrass and gospel music in the afternoon, so if you play or sing, come prepared to join in the fun! For more information, contact Drema (Burns) Gainer at (304) 848- 0853. 18TH ANNUAL CUNNINGHAM \\; REUNION The 18th annual Cunningham reunion B ..... rch 1- ^ ' r t is scheduled for Saturday July 25 at aptust L, nu  L, eaa  • ' • ' " ' " There" .... e f " 1he Dee .and Nettle,C.klxmunam auction. Unquestionably, there is progress. The average American now pays out twice as much in taxes as he formerly got in wages. H.L. 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Boring, MPT Phone: 304-462-8933 Fax: 304-462-8934 Located it, the Glenville State College Physical Education Building; Free Parking (Call for Appointment) *Also with office hours in Gassaway; Call 364-1046