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Minney to be Sworn-In as County Prosecuting Attorney blinne.v, a w~wkers' corn- Supreme Court. Mr Minne; served at the Wesl Vii- as a circuit law clerk with the 14th xA. ill b'~ %~,~{~'fll" Judici;d C'tlcuil.. ,dqhich illClUdC- County Plo~,ccuttn~ (]lhncl, ~,cbMcf, CIu~ avid Brdxt,,+l July 25. in the counties. 1Charles- Mr. Minney is a 2001graduate of Larry Starcher a(t- the West Virginia [hw~ersity Collcgu ot office, of Law and a 1996 graduate ol Glcn- ntlyappointed ville State College, where he gradu- meeting of the ated first in his tins,, with an cduca It[L,, tL~.m degree. Hc ~,er',cd a.', a ~,ub~,flutc of Tony Morgan. teacher in Gdmer and Calhoun coun- Will begin his duties as ties. He isanativeofShock in Gilmer :ust 1. County a writ clerk at the CEOS CEOS meeting v, as the ~ Joe President and ',hc Pledge of lOthe Flag ,~ as recited by were by Nat,mi included ':The Grand the Lord, Prayer. It that esght members Cracker Barrel m unc and all had a great Sprite and cl~ok- I~ and ix~tato salad for ~achine v, hJch was pur- L ago was discussed and plan for yard sale and the Achievement Banquet will be on October 28 at thc Recreation Cen- ter. Fund-ra)sing for the renovauon of Gdmer Cottage will include a yard sale at the Senior Center Parking lot on August 16. Donations of sale and baked items are requested. Members discus,,ed the need for a treasurer, and Regina Scott was unani- mously chosen. AI,{~ discussed was that new member,, are welcome to attend the CEOS and Senior Citizens combined meeting on the ,,econd Tuesday of the month. Bring a cov- ered dish and join w,. Mary Emerson presented the les- son on "A Healthy Plan Through ~lmousl~ ~oted to take T(~ay'sSupermarket"anddiscussion Betty Cole's base- followed on making a list, looking at Thursday, July 31, 2003 -- The Gienville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Page 9 Friends and Famffy Reminisce -- at recent 0hn R. Garrett Reunion t ()n Fri.a,d~,at.,July 18and 19.thedc-,cendam,ol John tended Bruce and Bonmv Garrett of Flo~cr came ~Jtl~ R (Jarretl held their annual reunion Friday c~ening. ~everal member,, of thmr family-their daughter Robcrta At the June t4 wedding of Mark several gathcied at the home o[ Bob and Judy hines in Millcr~l Buckhannon wa~ accompanied b~ hcrdaughlcr, Johnson and Care Powell, among the Sand Forktt,cnjoythelrgracioushospitahty,sharc memo- Cass~mdra, son Camcr,,n, stepdaughter Sara. and guests were two couples who were rie,, and an,_cth,tes, and enjoy fizllowshtp Cassondra's friend, Jesse th)wes. celebrating their wedding anniversa- (m Satulda3 the mare event was held at Shawnee Hall Bru~c Garrett II of FIo~,.er brought his daughter Kayla ries on that day. in lhc Gilmcl County Recreational Center. Pre,cnt were with Iron. She v,a,, the y~,ungest present, al the age t)[" 5 They were Rob and Sandy Free- Pat-.~ and Bdi Dawson from ('elina. Ohio. Suc Ellen years l he oldest person in attendance was 90 years man, GSC's newly appointed interim Gairctt C~ughlin and her husband Art came from ~,oun~- president and first lady, and Ralph Stc~cnsvillc. Maryland LouandGretaGarrett Magazzine The day concluded wHh a trip It) LOW ('}alp tO visit the and Annette Bame, who have also came from B~,ardman. ()hio. Sandy Gan ctt came w.ith her burial ,,tie of John R. Garrett's father. Isaac ( ;arrett, and to been a part of the GSC family tbr si~,tcr and br~,ther-inda~, Peggy and Ted Mclntyrc. from place a wreath on Isaac's grave. All who aucnded agreed years. Y'oungstov, n. Ohio. that the 2(1(13 reunion was a pleasant hme ot Icmembcring, Other attendees wcrc local. Pauline Garrett Jones of sharing news and good tood, and fellowship-well worth Sand Fork came with her son and aughter-in-law. Bob and repeaung in 2(RH. Tyler " ""oeue, Jod: Jones..un,er and Matt, Armentrout of ]roy at- Betty Tustin, Alltop Reunion held on Steer Run has roots Betty Reaser Tusti n, the 2(,u03 Ty le r County Belle who resides in Middlebourne, is a native of Cedar- ville and 1951 graduate of Norman- town High School. She was a student in one of Dr. Patrick Gainer's original folklore classes at Glenville State College. From these classes, Dr. Gainer launched the first West Virginia State Folk Festival. Over the years, Betty has main- tained her interest in folk crafts and her family's genealogy. And, with the help of Mr. Hunter Armentrout at the Gilmer County Historical Society, she was able to trace her Daughters of the American Revolution roots. At this year's festival, she expressed her ap- preciation to Mr. Armentrout for the help. The 2tnh annual /MItop Reunion (the descendants ol Ro) and (,,ra AIIt~,pl was held on July 5 at the Harlcn Alhop Farm on Sleet Run, Nt,rmantown. with 126 people attending States represented were: lcnnessee. Ohio. West Vir- ginia, M~chLuan, Kentucky. Virginia. Colorado and Okla- homa. Sc~ral new member,, attended the reumon who had never bccn there before. After the reunion meeting, everyone enjoyed a deli- cious meal Following that. the lively auction was held ~auctionccrcd by Bobby Bcall). After the auction, some played h,, ,cshoes. sc veral people sang, and the afternoon was spent ~ lstting. That night, many went to the Night Lightshow at Cedarville, while others just stayed at the house and enjoyed the campfire and the stories being told. Those prc,,ent for th~s reunion from Ohio were: Wilbert and Arlene Reed, Eddie, Paulettaand Jesse Jamc,. Ramona Dobbins. Brad, Reta and Phil Smith. Brian. Tara and Alexus Bu.himer, Dennis Reed and Jordan Peggs, Violet Alltop, Mark, Amy and Kylee AIItop, Ken, Kctly, Kyle. Jordan and Caleb Dall. Kevin. Kim, Cody, Collin, Chad and Chelsca Falatic. Calvin. Rhonda, Jen and Dave Smith, From Oklah-ma wa, Gary and I'eda Walton. Fr~,n Tenne,,,,ce Rim ,tad Gra~ McCartney and Travis and Heather Alhop. Richard and Shirle~ t',.~e, Tim and Tracy Mowed and their children, Lindsa?. Landon and Logan visited the reunion from Michigan Coming from Vi?gmla were I.hiane Alhop, Steve and Debbie Hite and granddaughter. Mcgean Miller, and Retha Young. Linal AIItop and his wile. Liz, came from Ken- tucky From West Virginia, were Halley AIItop, Hugh, Beth and Jerod AIItop. Nedra and Erin SCULL Morgan DcvJd, Roy. Rhonda, Ginger~ Christy and Megan AIItop, Brad Stevens. Whitney Cumbcrledgc. Robert, Mary and James AIItop. Jim, Nclda, Jt,di and Kayla Gill. Doug Rowe, Bobby. Bradle3 and Kourmey Bcall, Nora Beall, Run and Jeanette Alltop. Bill and Jean Stalnaker, Sam and Virginia James. Randy Butler, .",~anley. Saundra and Kelly Coontz, Devon Coontz. her Iiance and daughter, Skylar, Lori Wilson. her hu:,band and two children, Mike and Joyce Nogoda, Judy, Rhonda. Brittany and Justin Counts, Madeline Miller. Wade. Marcy. Kyle, Keaton and Caleb it to the church and storeflyers.choosinghealthfulfoods, Bobby Joc Smith, Mike and Gall Smith, Willie New'. Newell, Barbara Ne',,,cll. Tanc Newell and friend, Stan " .I u:,in__, the copier reading the labels, and choosing foods Elaine Stcphens, and Donna and Timmy Johnston. Starsick, and Chippy Wiley. ,cm.~ Use then own paperIowermlat. salt an ,,ugar. AII felt that Former Sand Fork From Colorado was Linal AIItop's daughter and her The reunion next year will be at the same place and same the I~ rs Tot d be made by the this was an excellent presentation. A Ylm F covered dish dinner was enjoyed by iJt~gdd~ne~--'eou,y"11"'Burke family, Dwayne, Terri, Josh and Dillon Kobielusz. time. Guests are always welcome. ,lly. hernialfence attended the all. ~. ,,,,,,~---~ ~--"~'--'--- ;hasi~g~'"a meeting and reported Present were Mary Emerson, Ethel t IXcmc w o er Lona Bonnett Naom~ acat ; " ill be at Cedar Cop , ,. helped establish [ By recycling one glass bottle we can light a j ac~7~,~a~k on A u_ust 18; the H inzman. Florence Hatton, Mildred ] for ~'Y'a~d~Se~emberr~~15; Radcliff. andTbelmaRadcliff, regionaljail system i 10 }-watt Imlb yOUr uff to ,,o;&.,&-g,a;ZT, g 7og ..... "i Delegates finance comnmtee cha,r ~ining, y,.,~gr',,..~ was recendy interviewed by the me- dia at the dedicauon ~l the last Re- :- r e~: r"~.n~latwooas Days Presents , gional Jail year,at Tygart'Sago. My.ValleY'Burke. Rick "K" and the Allnighters ,., Several who . ~ arried to Marge Burke ((JSC',, Vi _ inia Premier Variety & Show Band Board ,,~ Governor's Chair), was ap- Friday, August 22, 2003 pointed by then Governor Gaston 9"00 D m till 12-00 midnil ht Caperton to be executive of the Re- Pa :r a' "" a"~~ -'o w ....... t t, ou -t"]c "-~inal Jail Authority in order to. pro- .... ' 7 , " 1~ _ _P. " .o vide state-of-the-art and judicially- b: ,.oagm,g.,nor.s.a'oeuyres. entertamment e appnived jails in every re.ion ,,f the Sale Price 'idue~r:-'as~--u -r'ev'-i'nt'ivts-t?on'~ieata'~uran~" rson O I state. These new reg,,,nal j~alls gener- It'' ,c~,;nt:~t~ainmentOon; .-,.wt~ p'~ /iLl ally replaced antiquated facilities * AUTOMATIC $10'995.00 aro . Y" - -- which had been a problem in the state ,4 ~,,~t Call 765-5055 for more reformat, on ~ [ .net ocam at 1-79. Exit 67 ,or ye.s Jalue ** ALLHEATEDWHEELsEATsDRIVE " -Stock #3340FSB, ,..] ~eol~ 4 r,crJ - * LOCAL OWNER nem i~~_ ..i .....~, ....! ~'~1~I$ .I'I.CI-C WC "~['~ ALLPAYMENTSCALCULATEDAT7.99%APRFOR48 I" ~ ~" MONTH TERM. 0 DOWN TAXES AND FEES EXTRA, ~z ......................... s Th i s " n ON APPROVED CREDIT, SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE. oALI~ P.I~ILID A UIJU~I r411"l~ z~UO.5 FORD ME lCl JRY Corridor H Buckhannon 472-170?t oZ Ol:87h0 -400-7770 l Vacation Bible School Ill DATES: August 3-8, 2003 ]1 TIME: 6:30 PM- 8:30 PM . 111 PLACE: Sand Fork Baptist Church .]t :i 'iltin,, ~: ..... ,4.., ~~ "" I:~tw.n Alum Bridge & Camde _ g~ Sand Fork, [1{ fe 304-269"2200 II 11 y ': ns at 1:00 pm on " SonHarvest County Fatr tlJ th with a 'Vendor Growin~ in the Fruit of the Spirit [ll o v,!ts made,,:rs, comprisedToursbYtolOCalthe..Of* r-[-:~unBrlage.......... Glenvllle The SonHarvest County Fair is a fun and exciting place for all ]1] j ,estored 1840's J Tues., July 29, the residents went to Sutton Lakel Illages to learn how to apply Biblical teaching to theirlives. Children][ | , e also scheduled 'ith ,hutt~e tra, s- ]to ride the sternwheel boat. We hope to haveI IIIwill have a great time singing, watching skits, creating crafts and[[[ , Ipicturesinnextweeksarticleforeveryonetoenjoy.I I]lplayinggames. More importantly, they will discover Bible truths ll[ t, a reception and Ir - . .............. ,, . I r Id at Harder Ha, ~ ['-- ........ i ]]]about growing the fruit of God's Spirit. A fun and adventurous[I[ 1 ,mainside Confer- I Last week we had our yearly employee awards nSOred by the wv [ceremon., We would like to thank eve,'-,one on the] Illexperience is being offered for the teens and an adult class is also Ill mcil, Keynote I"" J" . . ",7 . . I Illavailable. There will be something for everyone, t]1 i ntine, wi, sp~at ]Sunbridge Glenvflle team. By taking pnde m all] ~ec~n Qu,lt Hi~- i lYOU do, you truly make the difference Congratula-I IIISPECIAL PROJECT: We will be collecting canned goods andlll t~ethany Ar-~ I". ' ' :al vintage quilts ]tmns to Mary Duelly and Karen Bush - they have] IIInon-perishable foods each evening for our Christmas outreachllI , , Ibeen with the facility for 20 years. Also. speciall:'" = ;t;".g~a~,~d. ]recognition to Tammy Foster and Kay Yoak on 21l lllfOOd ministry" tilting e~asses are, ~ lyears of service. / ;to the mansion , L__=:: ~ [[IPleasejoin us for a Special Family Celebration on Sunday, August l[j Otelguests, door, [-Ou, facility garden is looking great. Weh~~ave l[{10, 2003 at 6:30 p,m, I[l i-abri."c Quilt Cn- ]cabbage, green peppers, and beautiful tomatoes.[ tn theevent. The I at 5-00 with a [We hope to be able to enjoy the fresh vegatables[ ~~ ] Church vans will be running. COntest will be ~ ~[ '~cfe~,th2ort:i I SunBridge Care and -] Contact Laura .... , I Rehabd tatlon for Glenvdle J