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) 1 t 1 f t t ilmer Goings t kChurch Activities CEDARVILLE COMM. ASSOC. 4-H SOCCER SEASON LITTLE KANAWHA INDEPEN- The Cedarville Community Assoc. The 2004 Gilmer County 4-H Soccer DENT CHURCH HOMECOMING Inc., will have a meeting on Sun., season is just around the comer. Any- The Little Kanawha Independent Aug. 8, at 7:00 pm at the Firehouse. one interested in coaching one of our Church of Burnsville will hold it's an- Please bring articles for door prizes teams this year will need to attend an nual Homecoming on Sunday August organizational meeting at the Cam- 8.The day will start with Sunday AMERICAN LEGION POST munity Showcase on Thursday, Au- School at 10:00 a.m. Everyone is in- The American Legion Post will meet gust 5 at 5:30 p.m. If you cant, at vited. There will be a covered dish on Man., Aug. 16, at the Community attend, please contact Monique at dinner at noon at The Little Kanawha Showcase, at 6:00 pm. Legion officer 462-7061. Independent Fellowship Hall in elections and new member sign-ups. Bumsville beside the Bumsville Grade All veterans welcome. _J" "L...School. After dinner we will return to MINI-TITAN FOOTBALL PLAYERS L Our Neighbors~_~ the church for singing and preaching in the afternoon. All members, neigh- Mini-Titan Football Meeting, any ath- bars and friends are urged to come letes interested in playing football is HOLLY RIVER FALL FESTIVAL invited to a meeting, Thurs. evening, Holly River State Park Fall Festival, and enjoy a day of worship, singing Aug 5, at 6:00 pm, at the Brooklyn Fri., Sept. 3 to Sun., Sept. 5. A Talent and visiting. Ronzel Roberts, Pastor. Foqtball Field. Please bring a parent Show will be held on Fri. at 7:00 pm. INTERNATIONAL LEADER TO or guardian. Sat. from 10:00 am until 10:00 pm SPEAK and Sun. from 11:00 am until 5:00 Bishop James N'Tezimana from TROY ELEMENTARY pm, arts & crafts Hayrides, contests, Uganda & Sudan will be ministering Pre-registration for new students for exhibitions, auction, cake walks, at the Church of God of Prophecy at Troy Elementary will be Man., Aug. games, door prizes and much more. Sand Fork from Aug. 8-10. This area 16, 9:00 - 11:00 am, at the school There will be several Blue Grass is known for the severe persecution office. Bands, featuring Allegheny Outback encountered by Christians. Everyone on Sat., 12:00 until 4:00 pm, Black is welcome. Freewill mission offering FRN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Cat Mountain Bluegrass Band on will be taken. For more information, The Gilmer County FRN Executive Sun., 12:00 until 4:00 pm, and Mark please call 462-4278. Committee will meet at noon, Friday, Chapmen (Live in gospel concert) Aug. 6, at the Community Showcase. Sat., 7:00 till ?. HOMECOMING For more information contact Donna The Blackburn United Methodist at 462-7545. YOUTH COUNCIL MEETING Church homecoming will be Sun., The Region VI Workforce Investment Aug. 15. Sunday School 10:00 - 11:00 FRN BOARD OF DIRECTORS Board Youth Council will meet Thurs., am, Rev. Murphy from 11:00 - 11:30 Tl~e FRN will hold its regularly sched- Aug. 19. The meeting will take place am. Lunch at noon. Afternoon enter- uled monthly meeting at noon on Fri., at the Fairmont WORKFORCE West tainment will be the Larry Heater Fam- Aug. 13, at the Community Show- Virginia Center in Fairmont starting ily Gospel Group, Brooks Moody and - ~se, 115 EastMain St. The meeting at 10:00 am. For more information others. Please come to visit friends, open to all members of the cam- about the meeting, contact Barbara enjoy good food and have pleasant ' munity. For more information contact DeMary at 304-368-9530. memories. Donna at 462-7545. 'COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Interested in Community Develop ment? Working 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 at- tend 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 the county. If you are committed, mo- tivated and interested in being a part of this team contact Donna Waddell at 462-7545 or email at gcfm @ rtol.net. DISTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS The regular monthly meeting of the Gilmer County Public Service District Board of Directors will be held on Man., Aug. 9, at 7:00 pm, at 232 West Main St. Glenville. The public is invited to attend. CAR WASH The Baldwin Merry Makers are spon- soring a car wash at Foodland, Sat., Aug. 7, from 9:00 am to ? Proceeds are to help the renovation project at theBaldwin Community Building. 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. AMERICORPS BABY CLOSET Due to the use of the Baby Closet established by AmeriCerps at the CRI, we are asking the community for baby items, such as, car seats, bassinettes, cribs, 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. AmeriCorps members would like thank the com- munity for their continued support of this project. "The body says what words eannoL --Martha Graham o t ait ela[ _r.,,_oq,,., oL, YOU GET ALL THIS! @ 4 24 Wallets You Pay Only O0 95 Fee On NO PERSONAL CHECKS one spe P= su0iea One Special Per Fatuity ,0pa P0 ats III O I AT: Foodland, Glenville Thursday, Aug 12th From 1:00 to 6:00 PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING Professional Wrestling will return to the Minnora Community Center on Fri., 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 Store & Dell, Chloe Hardware, and Stinson Grocery. For more informa- tion, call 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 6,,55-7149. 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 Fri., 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. REGION Vl WORKFORCE The Region VI Workforce Investment "Executive" Board will meet Thurs- day, August 12, 2004 from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the WV State Office Complex Building, Work Force West Virginia Center Conference Room, 3rd Floor Fairmont, WV. For more information about the meeting, con- tact Jeffrey G. Smith at (9304) 368- 9530. All the ills of mankind, all the tragic misfortunes that fill the history books, all the political blunders, all the failures of the great leaders have arisen merely from a lack of skill at dancing. --MoHere JOB'S TEMPLE HOMECOMING The Sixty-sixth Annual Homecoming of Job's Temple will feature Mack Samples as the afternoon speaker on Sunday, August 8 at the log chumh located approximately nine miles west of Glenville. The morning worship ser- vice will begin at 10:30 with Rever- end Robert H. Nicholas, pastor of the First Baptist Chumh at Glenville, bring- ing the message. The Stanley N. Pickens of Clarksburg, president of Job's Temple Association, will con- duct the annual business meeting immediately following the worship service. A lunch catered by Joe Corcoglioniti of Clarksburg will be served at 12 noon in the picnic shel- ter. Following lunch, the Gospel Tones of Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church will provide music. Everyone is wel- come to attend. k Reunions COTTRELL/COTTRILL REUNION The Cottrel/Cottrill and descendants' seventeenth reunion will be held at the Frametown Community Center, Frametown, beginning at 10 a.m. Bring a covered dish an~fsomething for the white elephant sale. Enjoy the day with family and friends. For r~ore information, contact Colleen at 304-872-3961 or Jean at 304-364- 5548. Date: August 14, 2004. 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 rood intersections Rt. 19, take a left and go south towards Weston. The Savilie Home is located on the right side of Rt.. 19 about I 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 share in interest- ing conversation. You should bring your favorite recipe (the food not just the recipe) to be sampled by all, such as salads, truits, fried chicken, drinks, and great desserts are all welcomed. Also, bring your favorite lawn chair if it helps you sit more comfortably. We hope that the great Blue Grass pick- ers/singers and Country Music sing- ers will be back this year and new ones will join (remember those more experienced can help less experi- enced). Also, bring 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, there 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. KUHL The Annual Kuhl Familv Reunion will be held on Sun., Aug. 16, at the Gilmer County Recreation Center. Registra- tion and visiting will begin at 11:00 am and a covered dish meal at noon. Tableware will be provided. Family and friends invited. FRASHURE The Frashure Reunion will be held Sun., Aug 15, at the St. Boniface Church hall. Dinner will be at noon, followed by an auction, horse shoes and games. Also Fern Frashure will be honored for her 87= bidhday, tak- ing place on the 21. Her address: 9188 USH 33 W, Camden, WV 26338-8256. MOSS REUNION Bring the family, bring your friends. It's the Moss Reunion at Joe's again! The date's a little later, but the time is still the same, so if you miss the fish fry - you've only yourself to blame. The "Staff" will provide all the cook- ing and meat, so bring a salad, a side or some wonderful treats. We've put in a request for it to be sunny and fair, now all we need is for you to be there! Edsel starts the fish fry early!! The r~ion will~be~Sunday,.#,ugust t5, at Joe Moss'smsidence, 1036 Rosalee Dr. Elyria, OH, 44035, from 11:00 a.m. till ??. No RSVP, just show up! If you have any questions, call 440- 366-6974 (Joe) or 330-467-1192 (Jen- nifer). WOOFTER REUNION The 74th Annual Woofter family re- union will be held at the Point Pleas- ant Baptist Church at Fallen Timber, on state route 18, Sunday, August 15. Relatives and friends are cordially invited to attend. A picnic lunch will be served at noon. I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world. --Albert Einstein ,,LINTERIOR REDESIGNS ]l I/ et me redecorate and redes,gn I1 our rooms, using your own [[ fo.n.u = acce..es." I/ II i i ii ii August 17-21 Doddridge County Park RL 50 or Rt.18 South, West Union Tuesday, August 17 Saturday, August 21 5:00 p.m. - Livestock Exhibit Opens 8:00 - I 1:00 a.m. - Sausage Gravy & Bisquits 5:30 - Grand Opening 9:00 - 8:45 - Exhibit Hall Open 6:00-9:00 - Exhibit Hall Opens 10:00 - Irish Road Bowling (Smithburg) 6:00-I 1:00 - Midway Open 12:00 -3:00 - Car & Truck Show 7:00 - DC Fair Jr. Miss Pageant 12:00- 5:00 - Matinee Rides 9:00- Miss DC Fair Queen Pageant 12:00 - 6:00 Goat Exhibit Open Wednesday, August 18 1:00 - Basketball Free Throw Contest 4:00 p.m. - Livestock Show 2:00 - Goat Show 6:00-9:00 - Exhibit Hall Open 2:00 - Horseshoe Pitching Contest 6:00-l 1:00 - Midway Open 2:00 - Demolition Derby (6 Cylinder & full Size) 6:30 - AtV & Motorcycle Rodeo 4:00 & 8:00 - Nina Sharpe 6:30- Amateur Talent Contest 5:00 -Goat Costume Parade Thursday, August 19 5:00 & 9:00 - Jimmy Wayne , 6:00 - 1 ! :30 - Midway Open 4:00 p.m. - Livestock Showmanship 6:00 - 7:i5- Gospel Sing- Local Artists BINGO, Family Meals, Concessions, Games, Every Evening 6:00- 9:00- Exhibit Hall Open 6:00 -I 1:00 Midway Open 7:00 - Marbles Tournament 7:00 - Livestock Sale 7:30 - Truck Pull 7:30- Gospel Sing-Chosen Few Friday, August 20 4:00 - 10:00 PM - Exhibit Hall Open 5:00 - 11:00 Midway Open 6:00 - State Simmentai Breeders Show 7:00 & 9:00 - Billy Currington 7:00 - Demolition Derby (4 cylinder) Gale Fee includes: Entertainment, Parking, & Gambill Amusement Rides (Tues. $5, Wed. $7, Thun.-SM. $8) ...-*--- Schedule Subject to Change Additional Information 782-3126 http://www.doddridgecoun fair.com Thursday, Aug. 5, 2004 -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder-- Page 1I S CARL E. POST Carl E. Post, 64 of Baltimore, MD passed away Morrday, July 26, 2004 at his residence. He was born Septem- ber 7, 1939 in Braxton County WV, a son of Glen W. Post and Oleta Pringle Post, and he was a Baptist. He is survived by three daughters, Denise Kirby of Baltimore, MD; Kerrie Jones of Pasadena, MD; and Cindy Post of Baltimore MD., two sons, Douglas Kirby of Baltimore, MD; Keith Kirby of Baltimore, MD; one sister, Bernice Junkins of t3urnthouse; one brother, Forest Post of MD; seven grandchildren. He was preceded in death by one brother, Delbert Post. Funeral services were I pm Sunday August 1,2004 at the Stockert-Gibson Funeral Home, Flatwoods, with Rev. Matt Morrison officiating. Burial wasl in the Copen Cemetery, Copen. JAMES MICHAEL POSTALWAIT James Michael Postalwait, 50 of Rosedale, passed away Tuesday, July 27, 2004 at CAMC General following a short illness. Preceding him in death were his parents,Carl James and Eva Jean Stump Postaiwait. Surviving are his children, Alisa Lathey and Christopher Postalwait and their mother, Sherry Dadisman of Charleston. His sisters, Brenda Mollohan and her husband, Todd of Rosedale, Treza Shock and her hus- band Dan of Rosedale; a brother, Dewight Postalwait and his wife Jody of Eikview. Nephews, Travis Moliohan, Shane Arnold, both of Rosedale; and Jeremiah Postalwait of Arnoldsburg. One niece, Sara Postalwait of Arnoldsburg. A son- in-law, Jason Lathey of Dunbar and a daughter-in-law, Andrea Dickens of Charleston. Mike was born July 30, 1953 and was a 1971 graduate of Braxton County High School. He was a former employee of Norris Industries of Spen- cer, and Newberry, SC. He was an avid sportsman and outdoorsman. Graveside services were held Fri- day at 6 pm at the Rosedale Commu- nity Cemetery at Rosedale. Out of respect for his wishes, there was no funeral services. He was buried be- side his parents in the Rosedale Com- munity Cemetery. 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