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Page 8 -- The GlenviHe Democrat/Pathf'mder --Thursday, July 29, 2004 Ill DEMOCRAT AND REPUBUCANS FOR J. KERRY AND J. EDWARDS The annual picnic, sponsored by the Gilrner County Democrat Women's Club, The County Democrat Commit- tee, and the Gilmer Co. High School Young Democrat Club, will take place Fd., July 30, at 6:00 pm at the Gilmer Co. Recreation Center. Members, fnends, and all who are interested in a change to honest govemment are invited to bring a covered dish and join us for a fun evening of fellowship and politics. See you there. VARSITY CHEERLEADING Attention all students in grades 9th through 12th. If you are interested in trying out to become a 2004-2005 Varsity Cheerleader for Football or Basketball Season, there will be a meeting on Fd., July 30, at Gilmer County High School, at 7:00 pro. All participants and a parent or guardian am asked to attend this meeting. SCHOOL SUPPLIES Community Resources has started taking applications for school sup plies for the first 100 children, grades K - 12. We will stop applications on Aug. 6. Must be income eligible and must apply in person. LANDMARKS COMMISSION The Gilmer Historic Landmarks Com- mission will meet Thur., July 29, at 6:30 pm, at the Community Show- case, 115 E. Main Street. AMERICORPS BABY CLOSET Due to the use of the Baby Closet estabUshed by AmedCorps at the CRI, we am asking the community for baby items, such as, car seats, bassinettes, cdbs, high chairs, play pens, and in- fant clothes. We are also requesting that individuals who previously used the Baby Closet to recycle any items they no longer need. AmedCorps members would like thank the com- munity for their continued support of this project. CAR WASH Car Wash, July 31, starting at 9:00 - ?, at McDonalds, to benefit Cox's Mills Jolly Millers 4-H Club. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Interested in Community Develop ment? Worldng Together For The Common Good of Gilmer County. A team of 12-15 Gilmer County resi- dents is being recruited to attend the Community Development Summit Sept. 25, in Ritchie County. To attend the Summit (all expenses paid) you must pre-register by Sept. 15. After the Summit, the team will launch an inclusive "Think Tank" session and begin orchestrated efforts to improve WEST FORK CONSERVATION The West Fork Conservation Distdct Board of Supervisors monthly meet- ing for August will be held Aug. 3, at the Oxford Grange, in Doddridge County, WV beginning at 9:30 am. Contact Dinah Hannah, Executive Assistant at 627-2160. PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING Professional Wrestling will retum to the Minnora Community Center on Fd., Aug. 6. Women wrestlers will join a mixed tag team match, and a heavyweight title match, and WV street fight are planned. The kitchen opens at 7:00 pm, with wrestling ac- tion starting at 8:00. Advanced tick- ets are available at Wanda's Country Stem & Dell, Chloe Hardware, and Stinson Grocery For'morn informa- tion, cell 655-7149. FLEA MARKET AND FARMERS MARKET The Minnora Community Center Flea Market and Farmer's Market will take place on Sat., Aug. 7, noon to 4:00. Along with flea market treasures and nice women's clothing, fresh picked vegetables, plants, eggs, baby chicks and homemade fudge will be avail- able. Free space for locally grown farm products. Rental tables are avail- able, Additional Aug. Farmer's Mar- kets will take place on Tues. the 10, from 10:00 to 1:00, Sat. the 21, from noon to 4:00, and Tues. the 24, from 10:00 to 1:00. For information and reservations, call 655-7149. MEDICAL UNIFORM SALE A medical Uniform Sale will be held at Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hos- pital in Weston on Thurs., Aug. 5, 7 am to 5 pm and Fd., Aug. 6, 7 am to 3 pm. The sale will be held in the Class- room, at SJMH, located on the 2nd Floor. The sale is being sponsored by the Theresa Snaith Hospital Auxil- iary. BRAXTON COUNTY HERITAGE DAY The United States Army Corps of Engineers and the Bulltown Histonc Area Interpretive Center present the annual Braxton County Heritage Day on Saturday, July 31,20()4. The day's events include apple butter making, wool spinning, bluegrass and gospel music performances, a square dance, basket weaving, guided tours of the grounds and much more. It will be held at the Bulltown Histodc Area, next to the entrance of the Bulltown Campground, starting at 10:00 a.m. This event is free to the public and will be held rain or shine. So bdng the whole family out to celebrate our hedtge! You might even learn a thing or two. For directions or information, the county, If you are committed, me- contact the Interpretive Center at tivated and interested in being a part (304) 452-8170. of this team contact Donna Waddetl Bennett and Sot Monuments & Markers fnside and outside disp/ays Grantsville 354-6162 at 462-7545 or emall at gcfrn DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS The regular monthly meeting of the Gilmer County Public Service District Board of Directors will be held on Men., Aug. 9, at 7:00 pm, at 232 West Main St. Glanviile. The public is in-" vited to attend. CAR WASH The Baldwin Merry Makers are spon- sonng a car wash at Foodland, Sat, Aug. 7, from 9:00 am to ? Proceeds are to help the renovation project at the Baldwin Community Building. VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL Glenville Community Church will be sponsonng Vacation Bible School, one day, July 31, from 10:00 am til 3:00 pm, at Cedar Creek Park, shel- ter #1. Call 462-5809, for details. Come join God's winning team! BLUE GRASS I GOSPEL MUSIC On Sat., July 31, at 6:00 pro, the Laurel Mountain, a traditional Blue Grass group, from Fairbome, OH, will MINI-TITAN CHEERLEADERS be presenting a program of Gospel Attention all students in 7th and 8th music at the Newbeme United Meth- grades. If you are interested in trying odist Chumh on Tanner Creek Rd. A out to become a 2004-2005 Mini-'l'i- very talented group. Everyone is wel- tan cheedeader for football and come. basektball, there will be a meeting on Friday, July 30 at GCHS at 7:00 p.m. LITTLE KANAWHA INDEPEN- All participants and a parent or guard- DENT CHURCH HOMECOMING ian are asked to attend this meeting. If you have any questions, call Mary The Little Kanawha Independent Beth Sauer, at 364-5768 Church of Bumsville will hold it's an- . nual Homecoming on Sunday August APPALACHIAN DANCE CLASS ~. 8.The day will start with Sunday On Fddey, July 30, there will be an ~School at 10:00 a.m. Everyone is in- Appalachian Dance Class at 7:30 p.m. Vited. There will be a covered dish by Lou Maiud at Cedar Creek State dinner at noon at The Little Kanawha Park in the Rec building. Forinforma- Independent Fellowship Hall in tion, call 462-7158. Bumsville beside the Burns~lle Grade School. After dinner we will return to TANNER SENIOR SATELLITE the chumh for singing and preaching The monthly meeting will be held Au- in the afternoon. All members, neigh- ~uilt 3, at 6 p.m. a the Community bors and fdends are urged to come ding. Bring a covered dish, every- and enjoy a day of worship, singing one is welcome, and visiting. Ronzel Roberts, Pastor. rll i1al i~1 mm= mmll mam =mm Ell mlB I me mml IIIIB I1 I Bale =mll IIIIIIIB IBIB mall I~l l ~ ! Glenville State College i I * I I I I Glenville State College will hold an auction on I I July 31. The auction will begin at 9:00 am. The I I location of the auction will be at the I I Administration Building Parking Lot and the I I Firestone Lodge. Items to be auctioned will I ! include but are not limited to Art Supplies and I _1 Equipment such as a Kiln, Clay Mixer, Stone I .I Cutter, Stone Polisher, Looms, Presses, Clay, ! I I =Pottery Plates, Miscellaneous Art Equipment and, i Supplies. Dormitory and Office Furniture, such I as Beds, Dressers, Desks, Chairs, and Shelves. ! Other Miscellaneous Items too numerous to I mention. I I I !All items will be sold "as is," all sales are final ! ! and Glenville State College reserve ; e right to I reject all bids. I More information may be obtained by contacting I I. Joyce E. Riddle, Director of Purchasing at ! 304 -462 -4131 I .------------____________________. LITTLE KANAWHA INDEPEN- KUHL DENT CHURCH HOMECOMING The Annual Kuhl Family Reunion will The Little Kanawha Independent-,. be held on Sun., Aug_ 15, at the Gilmer Church of Bumsville will hold it s an-"q3ounty Recreation Center. Registra- nual Homecoming on Sunday August ti0n and visiting will begin at 11:00 8.The day will start with Sunday am and acovered dish mealat noon. School at 10:00 a.m. Everyone is in- Tableware will be provided. Family vited. There will be a covered dish and fdends invited. dinner at noon at The Little Kanawha Independent Fellowship Hall in FRASHURE Bumsville besidethe Bumsville Grade The Frashum Reunion will be held School. After dinner we will mtum to Sun., Aug 15, at the St Boniface the church for singing and preaching Church hall. Dinner will be at noon, in the afternoon. All members, neigh- followed by an auction, horse shoes bors and friends are urged to come and games Also Fern Frashum will and enjoy a day of worship, singing be honored for her 87= birthday, tak- and visiting. Ronzel Roberts, Pas- ing place on the 21. Her address: 9188 USH 33 W, Camden, WV tor. 26338-8256. INTERNATIONAL LEADER TO SPEAK Bishop James N'Tezimana from Uganda & Sudan will be ministering at the Church of GOd of Prophecy at Sand Fork from Aug. 8-10. This area is known for the severe persecution encountered by Christians. Everyone is welcome. Freewill mission offering will be taken. For more information, please cell 462-4278. Reunions EXLINE The Exline Family Reunion will be held at the home of Harry and Emaleen Saville in Jane Lew, on Sat., Aug. 7, beginning at 11:00 am. Take the Jane Lew exit (Exit 105)off of Interstate Rt. 79 and go towards Jane Lew. At the point where this exit road intersections Rt. 19, take a left and go south towards Weston. The Saville Home is located on the right side of Rt.. 19 about 1 1/2 miles from this intersection. Look for the EXLINE FAMILY REUNION SIGN. If you need further directions or get lost you can call the Savilles at 304-884-8833. We hope that you will stay throughout the day, visit, have fun, eat good food, listen to music, and sham in interest- ing conversation. You should bring your favorite recipe (the food not just the recipe) to be sampled by all, such as salads, fruits, fned chicken, drinks, and great desserts are all welcomed. Also, bdng your favorite lawn chair if it helps you sit more comfortably. We hope that the groat Blue Grass pick- ers/singers and Country Music sing- ers will be back this year and new ones will join (remember those more expedenced can help less experi- enced). Also, bnng an item for our annual auction....the means by which we raise money to help support this reunion. Prior to the Reunion, on Fri., Aug 6, at 6:00 pm, them will be a wiener roast and "telling tall tales" at the Old Field Fork Cemetery. Come out and enjoy the fun and maybe see a ghost. WINE The Wine Family Reunion is always on the First Sun. in Aug and this year that will fall on .... let's see .... Sun., August 11A passel of the Wine's will be gathering around the picnic tables at the Bulltown Picnic Area under shel- ter #5, (the one by the playground). A lovely covered dish luncheon will be served (Ha! It's serve yourself!) right after the blessing is given which will be around 12:00 noon. After the vict- uals (pronounced vit-tles) are literally 'put away'..we will enjoy the now- famous auction of a vadety of do- nated items brought by the good people of Wine descent. This event is always a hoot as is the auctioneed So, mark your calendar, next Sun., Aug. 1 is the day to make a casse- role, bake a cake, load up the car with kids and attend the Wine Re- union at Bulltown. Since we 'hainl seen ya' in quite a spell, you may have to re-introduce yourself by nam- ing at least three people you am kin to by blood or marriage. A picture I.D. will not be required...unless it's a fam- ily portrait of your great uncle so & so with his kids, of which one was your mom or dad's third cousin by ..oh, never mind, just come out and enjoy the day! We'll be glad you did! Pdzes HUFFMAN The family of late Ida and Earnest Huffman will have a family reunion Sun., Aug 1 Lunch at 12:30 pm, at Bumsville Lake Shelter #3. Bring a covered dish and enjoy the day with families and fdends; see you there. SPROUSE AND RADCLIFF Descendents of Tipple and Sara Radcliff Sprouse and Granville and Mary Sprouse Radcliff, will be having a reunion at the Troy United Method- ist Church Basement and picnic area, Sat., July 31, starting at 11:00 am, with a covered dish dinner at noon. Anyone that can bring family history and pictures to share with others and for a family book, please do so. For more information call Betty Lamb at 462-5583. Everyone welcome. MINNEY (CHANGED - CHANGED) Ezra Minney Family Reunion Sat., at noon, at Aunt Minnie's Farm, near Stumptown. Come bring your favorite covered dishes and en- joy the day with family and fdends. CAMPBELL - PETERS The 68= Annual Campbell - Peters family reunion will be held on Sat., August 7, starting at noon, in the Bridgeport City Park, behind Bridge- pod High School - Johnson Ave. Bring a picnic lunch and beverage for a meal at Noon MINIGH The Minigh family reunion will be held on Sat, Aug. 7, at Cedar Creek State Park in the recreation room. Please bdng a covered dish and come as eady as you wish. Dinner will be served at 1:00. If you have any old pictures, or family memorabilia that you wish to sham with the rest of the family, it should add more interest to our get-togethed So please check with all your family members and friends to make sure they know "when and where" and that they are invited! GILMER COUNTY SCHOOL " The annual Gilmer County School Reunion will be held .on Sun., Aug. 1, at Bumsville Lake, Shelter #1. Lunch will be served at 12:00 or 12:30 pro. Bring a picnic basket and enjoy the day with classmates and friends. Ev- eryone welcome. For further informa- tion, call Maxine Spaur at 462-7292. W.P. CARR The twenty-first annual reunion of the W.P. Carr descendents will be held on Aug. 14, at the Messenger Camp ground at Linn. A covered dish dinner will begin at 12:00. We will have our traditional auction and dinosaur egg hunt in the afternoon. Bdng your cam- era for family photos and snapshots while on the horse-drawn wagon rides! Family and fdends come for a full day of fun and fellowship. UTT In honor of Robert Haden Utt and Viola Alberta Fast Utt and their de- scendants the 24th Annual Utt Re- union will be held on Aug. 13, 14, and 15 (Fd. evening through Sun. noon), at Holly Gray Park, Braxton County, Flatwoods. For information contact John Cunningham at 304-379-2010 or Frank Waldeck 330-654-3006 or 304-462-7804. Pot Luck lunch on Sat. Bdng family genealogy - $$ for raffle - yankee swap gift ($5-8). Come on will be awarded randomly at the end over and have some fun with a cousin of the day. - bdng a friend. Follow Utt signs at KEESECKER Flatwoods exit to Holly Gray Park. The Annual Keesecker Reunion will *** be held Sun., Aug. 1, at the Vadis We are here on earth to do good Midway Fire Dept. Please bring a for others. What the others are picnic lunch and beverage for a noon meal. Family and Fdends Welcome. here for, I don't know. --W. H. Auden N We Love You !! We are very proud to have you as our parents ! From your kids and grandchildren aries JEANNE M. ANDERSON Jeanne M. Anderson, 54, formerly of Glenville, passed away after an extended illness at the VA Medical Center in Baltimore MD. She was the beloved daughter of Mary T. and Earl Collins, dear mother of Angela Carey (Kelble) and Vanessa Garrett, loving sister of Linda Williams and Robert Collins, devoted grandmother of Sa- rah and Abigail Kelble and Annabelle Garrett. Funeral services took place at the Fink funeral home in Glen Burnie, Md. Burial was held at the Loudon Park Cemetary in Baltimore MD on July 21, 2004. RICHARD H. BENNETT Richard H. Bennett, 76, of Rosedale, passed away July 26, 21304 at Braxton County Memorial Hospital in Gassaway. Born in Braxton County, he was a son of the late Doyle and Mac Nicho- las Bennett. He was a devoted Chris- tian and life-long resident of Rosedale. He was a member of the Normantown High School State Champion Basket- ball Team in 1945 and was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Gassaway for 50 years. Surviving are his wife, Garnet Moore Bennett and children, Debbie Moore and her husband Joe of Ripley; Carol Polan and her husband, Chuck of Huntington; Richard Bennett and his wife Jayne of Reedy; Vicky Carter and laer husband, Donald of Rosedale; and Lisa Tanner and her husband, Tom of Perkins. A sister, Barbara Kincaid and her husband, Bill of Spen- cer. Ten grandchildren, Alicia Eiswick, Trae Elswick, Daniel Elswick, Scott Bennett, Chris Brownlee, Justin Ca- ter, Lee Ann Bennett, Josh Carter, Katelin Bennett and Lucas Tanner. A great granddaughter, Brittany Harming and a cousin and special friend, Gene Bennett of Rosedale. He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister, Mildred Davis of Detroit, MI. Funeral services will be held Fri- day at 2 pm at Stump Funeral Home in Arnoldsburg. Elder George Rose will officiate. Interment will be in the Oak Grove Cemetery at Normantown with Masonic graveside rites. Friends may call at the Funeral Home from 6 to 8 pm Thursday. EULA V. SCHOVE Eula V. Schove, 88, of River St., Glenville, departed this life at 8:45 pm, Sunday, June 13, 2004, at her residence following an extended ill- ness. Born June 16, 1915, in Mullens, daughter of the late Elihue and Bertha Jackson, Mrs. Schove was a retired secretary and a Protestant by faith. Surviving are four grandchildren, Charles D. Davis of Missouri; Chris- topher Moran of Elyria, OH; Pamela Opel of Elyria, OH; Christine Moran of Glenville; four great-grandchildren, Jessica and Jennifer Davis of Indiana; Nathan and Noah Opel of Elyria. Mrs. Shove was preceded in death by her son, Virgil L. Moran Jr., and one granddaughter, Virginia Chris- tine. Graveside services were conducted June 18, at the Brookdale Cemetery Chapel, Elyria. OH. RUTH REED I?ERRELL Ruth Reed Fen'ell, 94, of Clearwater, FL. fonmrly of Gilmer Co., departed this life Sunday July 25, 21304 at Morton Plant Rehabiliation Center, Belleair, FL. Born March 25, 1910 in Giimer County, daughter of th~ late Roy L. Williams and Bertha Fay Williams. Mrs. Ferrell was a resdent of Troy until 1978 and of Vienna, WV until 1997. Mrs. Ferreli was agraduate of Troy High School in 1929 and at- tended Nursing School in Clarksburg. She was a member of the Troy Baptist Church for many years and served as clerk of the church for 37 years. She was also a Sunday School acher. Mrs. Ferreli was married to Ira Reed of Troy, for 41 years, who pre- ceded her in death in 1972.She was later married to and divorced from Rev. Calvin C. Ferrell. Surviving are one daughter, Eloise Reed Gabrik and husband lohn J. Oldsmar, FL; one granddaughler, Julie Gabrik and husband Michael "thomas of Now York, NY; one grandson, John S. Gabrik and wife Evgenia of Marietta,-GA; one sister, Bonnie Erwin, of Glenville, WV; one sister- in-law Edith Williams of Elyrie~ OH; several nieces and nephews survive. Mrs. Ferrell is preceded in death by two brothers, Eugene and Fred Will- iams and a sister, Bess Bush. Funeral service will be conducted at I pm, Saturday, Jult 31,2004 al th apt Ellyson Mortuary, Inc., Glenwlle,- with the Rev. Robert Nicholas of Eci- ating. Burial will follow in the Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens, WestoR Friends may call from 1 lain ti~ 1 pm, prior to funeral. WILDA E. FREDERICK Wilda E. Frederick, 87, formerly of Stow, OH, died July 2 I, 2004. Born in NewBerne, she was a Stow resident from 1956 until moving to Ravenna four years ago. Along with her hus- band Wilbert, Mrs. Frederick had owned Stow Quality Cleaners and was a charter member of Stow Alli- ance Fellowship Church. Preceded in death by her husband Wilbert; brothers, Hale Hinzman and Gale Hinzman, sisters, Lillian Stewart and Delores Frederick, she is sur- vived by her sons and daughers-in- law, Phillip and Judith of Cuyahoga Falls; Roger and Jenette of Rootstown; 10 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchil- dren, sisters, Luella Ellison and Eleanor Hatfield. Services were held at Redmon Fu- neral Home in Stow, OH. Entomb- ment Northlawn Memorial Gardens. Not what we have, but what we enjoy, constitutes our abundance. --John Petit-Senn Proud to serve Gilmer County since 1959 Select Granite Quality Workmanship Also Offenng Computer Design Rt. 33 West of Weston 269-5573 or 1-888-269-5573 BENEFIT DINNER & AUCTION For Bud and Judy Cain (to cover expenses due to Judy's illness) Date of fund-raiser: July 31 Place: Old Tanner High School (United Summit Center) Auction: 10:00 am to ?? In Gym There will be many new and used items, including these guns!! GUNS: Over and Under 12 Gauge, H&R 16 Gauge, H&R 12 Gauge, Rein 870 Wingrna.ster 12 Gauge Pump, Winchester MOd. 37 20 Gauge, Winchester MOd. 1300 12 Gauge 2 & 3/4" or 3" Pump, Mossburg Maverick Mod 88 12 Gauge Pump, Marlin Me. 60 22 LR Tube, Revelation 22 Mag. with Scope, Benko 22 Mag. Left H. Bolt, W!nchester 670 30.6 bolt with Simmons, Ted Williams MOd 100 30-30 Lever, New England Arms 22 Homet-Tasco Scope, Fuj 12 Gauge Aute, Nagant Military Rifle, 8 mm Mauser, New England 12 Gauge Single, CVA 50 Ca] Muzzle, New England 20 Gauge, Marlin MOd 75c 22 auto, Rossi 223 Youth Model! (All FFL Regulations Observed) Clothing Sale: 10:00 am to ? All clothes will be $0.25 ach Meal: 12:00 pm to ?? Ham, White / Brown Beans, Potatoes, Apple Sauce, Combread & Dessert $5.00 adult / $2.50 kids under 8 (take-out available) There will be a dunking booth, face painting, a dime toss, sucker pull foi" gold fish, and crack a noodle (for a small fee). Karaoke and sound system provided by Gary Scott and Marie Tweedie from Scott's K-J Karaoke For more information or to make a donation, call Charlotte at 462-8735 or Jackie at 462-8693 (not responsible for accidents) t~