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Goings On a CWR=. VISIONS, VESSELS, Wn'c;",, -3th~r wash on Aug. 16 in the , AffJJ[~, parking lot. The cost will be ,resCdB~ a donation and will begin at atio-n~m. Proceeds will go towards .t.rn~ food for the community CI~THLETIC BOOSTERS ~ss~rn~th~Scwn~it~!tGhuC~H!i41Amt~, v"~ lfarcl Eve '.002 ItL J ryone is welcome. fd#i: of G,mer County" an i ~re ~lOre Fashions" are being held 2~ -,,IE','~ E STATE COLLEGE .. ".~7 tate College Board of v ~ is welcome to attend. Foi "g~rmation ,p lease contact toN" - n at (304) 462-4129. Meeting Library Board of I meet at 4 p.m. on at the Public Library monthly meeting. The welcome to attend. NOTICE ~ressman Alan B. Representative, available to visit truer County to discuss problems con- agency or ques- regarding legisla- will be at the Senior Citizens Cen- t.re. until 12:00 Noon 28. Residents Lged to visit the )resentative dur- nec- is scheduled to Center on the fourth Our NeJllbbors CENTRAL WV RODEO Queen pageant has been resched- uled for Sat., Aug., 23 The catego- des have also been changed to Jun- ior Queen, grades 7 through 9 and Queen, grades 10-12. Contestants will be judged on interview, introduc- tion, modeling of western wear, mod- eling of formal wear, and a short para- graph about the contestant. To re- quest an application call 364-5576 or 364-2273. NORTH BEND STATE PARK SEARCHING FOR BANDS North Bend State Park is looking for bands to play at our New Year's Cel- ebration. The program is scheduled for Wed., Dec. 31, 2003 Any and all bands who are interested, please con- tact Nick Murray at 304-643-2931 or 1-800-CALL-WVA. Musical content should be TOP 40/POPULAR. The music should be geared towards people age 35 and up. FIELD OF FLOWERS A video in progress on Domestic Wig. lence on Aug. 23 at 8:00 p.m. at the Landmark Studio in Sutton. SHOW- CASE AND FUNDRAISER. Admis- sion is free. Donations will be greatly appreciated. For more information call 765-2848 or 354-7874. VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL The Lighthouse kids will be gathering all week long at the Bumsville Meth- odist Church, Aug. 4-8. We will be learning about how God's light af- fected Moses, the children of Israel, Mary, Nicodemus, and Saul. You may also discover how God's light can make a difference in your life. We invite youn~ and old alike to join us each evening from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. to enjoy stories, songs, snacks and fellowship at the Methodist Church in Bumsville. Rev. Tim Kelley, Pastor. For more information call 853- 2508. 65TH ANNUAL JOB'S TEMPLE HOMECOMING ~5th Annual Homecoming of the 3e~o's Temple on Sun., Aug. 10, wiPI feature John F. Lilly, editor of the Go/densea/ magazine as the after- noon speaker at the log church lo- cated approximately nine miles west of Glenville on Route 5. The morning program will begin at 10:30 am with Rev. Robert H Nicholas bringing the message. Following a bus~ness meet- ing, lunch will be catered and the afternoon program will begin at 1:00 p.m. The Gospel Tones witt sin9 m the afternoon. All are welcome. Thursday, Aug. 7, 2003 -~ The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder --- Page 9 Reunions FRASHURE REUNION The Frashure Reunion will be held on Aug. 17 at St. Boniface Catholic Church, beside Fern Frashures home. Family, friends, and neighbors are welcome. A covered dish dinner will be held at 12:30 sharp! ALLISON-MOUNTS FAMILY REUNION Starting at 2:00 p.m. on Sun., Aug. 10 the Allison-Mounts Reunion will take place at the same shelter as last year at Cedar Creek State Park. There will be a white elephant sale and prizes awarded, as well as plenty of good food! Come out and enjoy the after- noon with family and friends COLE REUNION The annual Cole Reunion will be held Sat., Aug. 9, beginning at 10:00 a.m at the Bumsville Dam (Riffle Run) Shelter #4. Plates, cups, silverware, and napkins will be furnished. Hot dogs, hamburgers, buns, and condi- ments will be provided. There wilt be lots of entertainment and tun. Bring a covered dish and a lawn chair. KUHL REUNION The annual Kuhl Reunion will be held on Sun., Aug 17 at the Gdmer County Recreation Center. Registration and visiting will begin at 11:00 a.m. and a covered dish dinner will begin at 12 30 pm Table service and coflee pro- vided. AIIdescendants of Conrad and Jane Rutherford Kuhl are invited. Come and bring a friend. BLACKBURN UNITED THE 2003 CHAPTER 1 C.C.C. METHODIST HOMECOMING REUNION The Annual Homecoming of the On Aug. 16, Chapter 1 Civilian Con- Blackburn United Methodist Church servation Corps will hold a reunion at will be on Aug. 17. Sunday School Camp Woodbinein Richwood, W.Va, will begin at 10:00 a.m, and Rev. All members and their families are Hugh Murphy will speak at 11:00 a.m COX REUNION welcome to attend. The reumon will Lunch will be at 12:00 p.m., followed The annual Cox Reunion will be held start around 9:00 a.m. and a covered by fellowship, reminiscing and music, on Sat.. Aug. 9. at Bill Cox's rest- dish lunch will also take place. Everyone is welcome! dence on Wolf Pen Road in Coxs REGION VI EXECUTIVE BOARD ROSEDALE BAPTIST CHURCH Mills. Everyone welcome. MEETING Brother Harold Draper, a missionary STUMP FAMILY REUNION The Region Vl Workforce Investment from Brazil, wilt be at the Rosedale The Stump Family Reunion will be "Executive" Board will m~et Thurs., Baptist Church Sun., Aug. 10 at 10:00 held on Sat., Aug. 9 at Cedar Creek Aug. 14 from 10:30-11:30 a.m at the a.m. and Sun. evening at 7:30 p.m. State Park at Shelter #1. Bring a cov- WV State Office Complex Building, Everyone is welcome Come andhear ered dish and enloy yoursel( w~th Work4WV Career Center Conference of his wonderful work. Eider Larry friends and family. We will try to eat Room, 3rd Floor, Fairmont, WV. For Fisher, church Pastor. at noon. more information about the meeting, contact Jeffrey G. Smith at (304) 868- 9530. Fire Sense: A Smart Way to Pre- vent, Detect and Escape Home ~ires at www.thehartford.com/ firesense." Zinsser at www.zinsser.com. =Safety Clicks!" at www.safe tyclicks.com. i Oregon Scientific at www.ore gonscientLfic.com. By visiting www.pornwonder ful.com, you can find pomegran- ate decorating ideas, recipes and each month, eating tips. 14~1 merchants are friendly, helpful and more likely to know your namer Please patronize them! Directly off 1-79 Exit 105, Jane Lew 884-7806 TUNES " I $5.00 Charge Rock-N-Roll Country - Top Forty Charge NI GF[ F--- HOMECOMING KERNS-BURNS REUNION The Little Kanawha Independent The Kerns-Burns Reunion willbe held Church at Burnsville will be having on Sat., Aug. 9 at the Gilmer County their annual church Homecoming Recreation Center. Come and bring Aug. 10. Services will start with Sun- a covered dish. Visiting w=tl begin day School at 10:00 a.m. Covered around 10:00 a.m., and lunch will be dish dinner will be at noon at the Little served at 12:00 p.m. Kanawha Independent Church Fel- lowship Hall, beside the Burnsville ANNUAL MURPHY REUNION School. There will be special singing The Murphy Reunion will be held at and preaching in the afternoon tea- Cedar Creek State Park on Aug. 10, luring the Bnghters~de Quartet. from noon-?. Bring a covered dish for Ronzel Roberts, Pastor Bring a fnend lunch around 12:30. and come and join us for a day of worshipping and fellowship. Every- BROWN/HECKERT REUNION one is welcome. The Brown/Heckert Reunion will be held on Sat., Aug. 16 at the Kanawha 16th ANNUAL COTTRELL/ Drive Community Building, four redes cOTrRILL AND DESCENDANTS west on Route 5. Lunch will be served at noon. Bring a covered dish and will be held this year on Aug. 9 at the enjoy the fellowship. Frametown Community Center at Frametown, W.Va begmnmgat 10:00 ' ~1 ~ ~ ~, a.m. Bnng a covered dish and some- We ought to do good to other~ thing for the white elephant sa~e and ~ simply as a ho~ runs, or a enjoy the day with friends and reta- ]li~ema~,e~he~%era~l~J~ tives. There wilt be games for the ~ ~ ~ter~~ila- grown-ups as well as the children, out thinking of the grapes it has Trophies will be given out. Everyone borne. is welcome. 1 l(eena More Contrasts n, Pastor. activities of the Savior who had bng of/esus Christ, closecontact with the people,|.e., w,th one who the woman at the we. in John H!s representative chapter 4. Not so with the pope. for the purpose of Not just anyone can get an audi- ? 'frerence betweenence with the pope. He is virtu- 7 Clearer and more ally untouchable by thecommon "nds are often dis- man or as the Roman church r' " kl.Velvet in order to refers to them as the laity. ,qjlianceofthegem Then there is a contrast be- t t nt here with these tween the benevolent Christ as head over all things to the church While here on and the dictatorial regime of the to the Word ofpapacy and its chain ofcommand of his own through thecardinals, bishops and Pope, on the priests which is more akin to the npalatialsplen. military than a church. :r's Basilica in There is also a contrast bctwecn ieh is a sorer- the perfect sinless Son of God ty which has its and the gross immorality of many assadors and aof the popes of past history, espc- guards in cially during the Dark Ages. you would It should be easy to see that this would come man they call the pope is in no that he lives in way distinguishable by simply to the picking up a New Testament and the scripturesreading it through without the the country- church or anyone else interpret- is nothing ing it for the reader. 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