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Thursday, Aug. 7, 2003 -- The Glenviile Democrat/Pathfinder -- Page 7 ! Pet Chrissy Linzy New puppy aggression is a Certilied Pet by the Asso- Trainers (APDT) tizen evaluator. the American Kennel tore information about can be found at and ou can learn Canine Good v,'wa ak~.(?r~ It ,,ou question, email ;.com. You can a weekly newsletter : tips and product 70171. one is 9. The younger ressive toward attack Annie over iusl won't leave her t have very good l, but now that she has our other dog. we to do! Can you Anderson, you for look- though }our dogs that one can With the lim- I that you have given ia few recommenda- need to seek out a in your area for plan I rccom- your 5earth at to find a reputable area. News J oAnn Woodyar d 462-7093 No,a,. in the meantime, you mu.,,t closely monitor both of your dogs any time th% arc together If the} arc Icfi Visiting and reunions alone during the day. they st,mld bc C~me over to Foodland and Sup-coming along nicely. I hope to go up separated. Molly may sense that Annie port my 4-H Club. They will have a to see it vcr) soon. is not as young as she used to be. and car wash and bake sale Sat., Aug. 9, Our sympathy goes out to the Marlz ma) be challenging her tor the lead 9:00 am. to ? family and Marks family on the loss dog role m your home. You w|ll need John. J~ycc and Jerry Elkin went to of thcil h)ved ones to v,~rk with both dogs and get them OMo lor the weekend t'U vlsLt some ~1 1 am working un gctnng read5 lot under ~erb,d ccmtrnl m ~rdcr t~ dil their relatives, two reunions: the Bailey reunion and /use an) potennalt) explosi',e Mtua- Oursympa[h5 goes out to Marketta the Wilson reunion. tions. Cottrill and Jiln Bcckcll and IaHiltics Please remember all the :qck m The first thing to do is to implement on the toss of their dear mother, your prayers. the "no free lunch' system, where Beatrice. and al~(, I~ the olher tamil~ Helpful hints: neither dog is rewarded until she or- members O,nmg ~v';.lrc can bc cleaned b5 fers an appropriate behavior first, like Our congratulations go out to An- tilling it with water and dropping m smmg before ~umg out. Next. )-uthony and Miranda Canfield on the twodenturecleaningtablets. Letstand wall need to implement a daffy obedF arri val of their new baby boy. Mr. and for 30 to 45 minutes. ence practice session with both dogs. Mrs. Terry Hacker and Mr. and Mrs. To clean Teflon, combine 1 cup They should be worked on leash, and Harry Canfield are very proud grand- water, 2 tablespoons baking soda, and should be worked at the same nine parents. !/2 cup liquid bleach. Boil in stained Thetwoofyoushouldalternatework-Albert Moore oi Glenvill was up pan for 5 to 10 minutc~, ur until the i ng each dog day by day As you work one day last week and visited George stain disappears. Wash, rinse, dry and them together. )ou can v,~rk with Belknap. condition with oil before using the Moll? on ~gnoring Anme, and she1 hear Sue Smoots's new home is pan again. will be rewarded for being calm in Annie'~ presence. L'ltimatcl,. ,,,u Exchange student sponsors needed may be able to work up to pracu,.mg off lead in the house. These daily sessions will show both dogs that the Sch~,u[ ~ starting soon hut it's m~t ot all. they bring the. intent desire to humans make the decisions, v,,Mch tooJalch,open your heart and homc lc,nourculture, wh~tc sharing theirs should help to curb Mollys urge to Hosung a high school exchange stu- wnl~ you. It's a relatu,nship that will dominate Annie. dent i> tikebringing the w't,rldtoyour la,t a lifetime} Please don't hesitate to find a cerh- doorstep t h M families agree t~, provide room tied behavioralist in your area to con F.Il ~ still matching international and board lk)r their ..tudent, and to tmue the work with your dogs. Sec- students with host familic,, across the m~.lude them as a member of their ingthebehaviorbetweenthetwodogsU.S. Families of all "types" are 1i- famzty. We have one semester, as first-hand i, invaluable in de~lgning gible t~ host, from retired couples to well as academic school year s/u- the appropriate trcatmcm plan. single parent families. Not only two) dcnls. ALL STUDI-NTS SPEAK Good luck with your girls! parent families have enjoyed hosting ENGLISH! Can'thost nghtnow?How Chrissy an international son or daughter, abe,at joining our team of Local Area .~ Students will be arriving real soon Representatives? ntg'n-us Awards They ,,ill bnng their own spending t~,r more information, without ob- monc} tor clothes, entertainment and ligauon, please call Maryann at the other c xpenses. They have their own F~,undation lor Intercultural Travel at medical insurance as well. But most (8771 439-7862. Gilmer County winners at the Braxton County Fair BLUE RIBBON CHAMPS: Three Gilmer County children won blue ribbons in the goat show at the Braxton County fair on Thursday, July 31, 2003. David Shaver, with Lil' Dancer, won a blue ribbon. Robin Pennebaker, with Rosie Posie, not only won a blue ribbon but also won the grand championship Linda Pennebaker, with Xena, won a blue ribbon. Linda, Robin and David are members of the Mountain Laurel 4H Dancers, a Braxton County 4H club. Picture attached: left to right: David, Robin and Linda with their Blue Ribbon goats. II t. Zion Drive-In Theatre and Restaurant Johnny English Rated PC- 13 Concrete Ready Mixed Dawson, of Lost Creek, left, and Burke Fork, right, represented West Virginia in the 37th Angus Showmanship Contest, July 18-19, held in JuniorAngus Show in Louisville, Ky. from 31 states competed in the once-in-a- tffe-two-day event. Judges for the event included Ind.; Scott Foster, Niles, Mich.; and Jane Texas. Photo by American Angus Association. tECEIVES AWARD - Young people received Gold National Junior Angus Show awards ceremony, Ky. The Gold Award is the highest level of to junior members during their final year in Pictured from left includes Amy Wolfrey, Frederick, 'indsor, Grantville, Kan.; Lacey Robinson, Wellsville, Drumore, Pa.; Angela Miller, Luckey, Ohio; Ky.; Jodi Loudin, Linn, W.Va.; Callie .C.; Rebecca Nida, Red Rock, Okla.; Kyle Conley, son, Tompkinsville, Ky.; Emily Hogberg, pe, Arlington, Minn. Photo byAmerican EE PRIMITIVES' OF THE MONTH Panther Primitives, is pleased to an- nounce our latest Emph~yee olthe Month: Ellen Capelety. Ellen works in the ,,owing deparlmcnt in charge ol Hunter> Tent,, While thl,, keeps, her very busy she also finds time to tit in peg loops, sod cloth, tipi doors, flys, scal- lop guard and ground cloths. All of this extra work helps to make sure our tents are shipped out right on time. Thank you, Ellen for your extra hard work. Congratulations on being our latest Pan- ther Primitives Employee of the Month. $50.00 rebate on most ton Ultra and S.A. Ultra ow thru Nov. 30th. extra special sale price on most long guns thru-out the season! Simmons Scopes on sale as as ~;24.99! Fishing tackle, archery supplies. i, ii i i ii i i i ii Best Service Around! "Where You VCant It. When You Want It" Concrete Blocks Re Barr Concrete Wire Bagged Mortar & Cement Sand & Gravel -, o.,..., Commercial & Residential Sand & Limestone Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday 7 a.m.-12 Noon WV State Certified 462-8747 Glenville [ I I I I I I I I I I 99 & Hornet 702573 I I I I I I I I I I I.__ I I I I I I I I I I Ill[ Ill Ill Illl | | Illl Ill III Illll lllll I lll| illl N | | | I I I II I I III III I Mary Sunshine Pierce is having open- heart surgery at Chicago Children's Memorial Hospital on August 13. The family needs help with the expenses for the trip. They will be in Chicago at least 3-4 weeks. Any financial donations, calling cards, gas cards, gift certificates to restaurants, as well as your prayers, will be much appreciated. Thank you and God bless you! 462-8788 I 238 Depot Street- PO Box 110 Weston, WV 26452 I I (304) _a I I I.: I I August 15th: The Assumption of Mary into Heaven Father Edwin Daschbach, SVD Catholics the world over celebrate in August the taking up of Mary, at the end of her earthly life, into heaven. This dogma of our Church, defined in 1950, leaves open the question whether she died first or not. She probably did, even though sinless, for why should she be dif- ferent than her Son? It was because of her si n lessness that God wanted her to be with him, body and soul, an early resurrection. Let's respond to some objections to this belief of Catho- lics: I ) If Mary was sinless, why did she have to die at all? Answer: Wasn't Jesus also sinless? 2) The Catholic Church in its' life and practice gives' first place to her. Answer: No way! Jesus is the center of Catholicism, not Mary. No Catholic in his/her right mind puts a human being be- fore God. 3) The belief is unscriptural am1 unhistorical. First, Unhistorical: On the con- trary, there are countless references to it, as a belief of Christ's follow- ers, back through history. It wasn't invented in 1950. It was defined then as a dogma of the faith. Appar- ently it is not found in the writings of the early Fathers, but certainly later. The belief, was so ,s,o, li,d, lrv' a part of the Church (East and West), that when the pope asked bishops around the world for their belief about the Assumption before he declared that ancient belief as a dogma of our faith, 99% responded in support. Second, Unscriptural. Nowhere in the Bible does it state that only in the Bible are to be found valid beliefs of Christianity. Christian beliefs have always been found in and out- side of Scripture. The following is simply history: the Church came before the Bible, the Church's members wrote the Biblecon- tents, and the same Church decided which of the books its members wrote would comprise the Bible Christians hold in their hands today. The Church's Traditions are in and outside of the Bible. The Bible is one expression of them, Mary's Assumption into Heaven is the heart of her feasts that Catho- lics celebrate throughout the year. Mary is forever the prime model lbr Christians, She never said "no" to God, even when she couldn't comprehend the "how's" or "why's." It is because of that sinlessness that her body was spared corruption. (Next week we'll treat a bit more of this dogma of Catholic Christian fa,!th) ....... t q1 t '