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C Pat's Pat Ridpath, Burnsville 853-2401 Thursday, Aug. 12, 2004 --- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Page 7 II I I Q # BRIDGET K. BUTLER AND BRYON D. NORMAN Nuptials set for September Mr. and Mrs. George M. Butler of at the Chapel of Prayer Independent Exchange, would like to announce Baptist Church, located on Exchange the approaching marriage of their Road. A reception will follow at the daughter, BridgetKayButler, toBryon Victory Mountain Campground, lo- Dale Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs. cated on Scott's Fork Road. Kenneth D. Norman of Shock. All family and friends are invited to The couple will be married at one come and share this special day. in the afternoon on September 4, 2004 (Whitehair Marriage Announced ) / RICK WHITEHAIR AND GINA QUEEN June Wedding Announced The families of Rick Whitehair and Gina is the daughter of Eugene and Gina Queen are proud to announce Karen Queen of Lockney, and the theirmarriagewhichoccurredonJune granddaughter of Park and Jean 10, 2004. Q~u,een of Lockney and Ron and Rick is the son of Rick Whitehair of Glenna Miller of Normantown. Glenville and Jann Whitehair of Rick and Gina are both graduates Weston, and the grandson of Deward of Gilmer County High School and and Golda Whitehair of Bridgeport West Virginia University. They are and Steve and Nettie Zeni of residing inCumberlandMD. Morgantown. THOMAS L. MERTZ Mertz Receives Degree Thomas L. Mertz received a doctor of osteopathic medical degree from The Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) ori Sunday, June 13 at the Warner Theater in Erie, PA. Out ofagraduating class of 169 medi- cal students, Dr. Mertz ranked num- ber 15. He was recognized for his academic excellence by recei vi ng The Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Award and being selected as editor and member of Sigma Sigma Phi Honorary. He was also a National Health Service Corps scholarship re- cipient. Dr. Mertz earned his first decorate in Pharmacy from West Virginia Uni- versity in 2000. He is completing a dual residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Connecticut. Thomas L. Mertz is a 1989 graduate of Lewis County High School and is the son of Michael F. Mertz, Jr. of Camden and Elizabeth A. Mertz of North Wales, PA. Do not speak of your happiness to one less fortunate than yourself. ---Plutarch Prayers needed for "Nick" Sad news again! I just heard that Maude Persinger died! I extend deep- est sympathy to her family. Also, Helen Wine is in the hospital at Weston. Let's all pray that she get well and come home very soon. You' re in my prayers, Helen. I got to visit with the older Morans last week. That is always a delight. Their visits are all too brief, but I am glad they come back once in awhile. The Methodist Church in Burnsvilte looks absolutely great with its new roof. Joan (Wiant) Fields wrote about'the son of a nurse who works with her. This boy, Nick, is 8 or 9 years old and has a serious infection, VERY seri- ous. She asks us to pray for him. It is sad for anyone to suffer, but it really upsets me when little children are hurting. As my brother says, they are so precious! (He knows because of his little grandsons.) Please, let's all pray for "Nick" even though we don' t know him personally. We have had our house on the mar- ket for about ten years and it has not sold. Mary Ann Bucklew, my sister, put a "for sale" sign on her house (the house where we grew up) recently, and it is sold already! Not fair! But then, we are so glad to keep the house in the family. Her daughter, Suzanne Rudwick, is buying the house and Mary Ann is going to continue living there. I am glad she gets to stay in her own home. We were trying to sell and get a smaller place that would be easier for us to care for in our "old" age. John and I took our friend, Bob Bailey of We~ton, with us to the Buckhannon Seventh-day Adventist Church on Friday evening to hear Jason Morgan, a speaker from the Amazing Facts program. Morgan will be conducting an evangelistic series in Weston sometime this fall. He is a good speaker. I told you the Philip Balisciano would be returning to the Braxton Seventh-day Adventist Church to speak on August 28, but that has been changed. He will actually be there on August 21. I'm looking forward to hearing him again. You are all invited to come at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday morning, August 21. You will enjoy hearing him. Someone in the Methodist Young Adult class that I teach asked me Bible questions I could not answer last Sunday. I went to and found the answers. Their source for their an- swers is the Bible. On their site they have listed 330 Bible topics that you can j ust click on and find out what the Bible says about your specific ques- tion. They also have a site called that report- edly provides Big Answers for Little People. I have not explored that site yet. Please let others know if you like either of the websites. My most recent note from Sonny about his grandsons is this: "... While fixing breakfast for the grandsons in Seattle, Graham convinced me that he and Camden got chocolate milk and marshmallows on theircereal. I did so a couple of mornings until Teresa learned what was going on. She could not believe I'd be so gullible.. . Gull- ible Grandpa." (And to think that Sonny has told ME that I should write a book and call it Gullible's Travels!) MARANATHA! Country music sensation Sara Evans to perform at WVU Fresh off her summer concert tour, "Born to Fly," from the album of the Sara Evans brings her critically-ac- samename. Thisdouble-platinum al- claimed country sound to the WVU bum also delivered the hits "I Could Creative Arts Center on Saturday, Not Ask For More,""Saints and An- Aug. 28. Tickets go on sale Monday, gels," and "I Keep Looking." Aug. 9 at 9 a.rn. at the Mountainlair Her 1997 debut album, Three Box Office,, all Chords and the Truth, earned her an Ticketmaster outlets (including the ACM nomination for Top New Fe- Giant EagleintheMountaineerMall) male Vocalist, and received critical and the Ticketmaster phone center at acclaim, making several Top' 10 lists 292-0220 Showtime is 7:30 p.m. including The Washington Post, Bill- Called "Country music's next fe- board, and American Country. male superstar" by Billboard Maga- Tickets for the August 28 show are zinc, and nominated by the Academy $30 andS37.50, depending on seat of Country Music Awards as Top l~ation. Students with valid WVU Female Vocalist, Sara Evans is riding ~dent ID receive a $3 discount on all high as her fourth album, Restless, price levels. Tbe discount is only avail- climbs the charts with the hits "Suds able at the Mountaineer Box Office. in the Bucket," "Backseat of a Grey- This event is produced by WVU hound Bus," and "Perfect." Arts & Entertainment. For more in- P, ior to releasing the gold-certified formation, call 304-293-SHOW or Restless, Evans found mainstream visit Arts & Entertainment online at country music success with her #1 hit m~.=. Fns. AUG11 ro TuE. AuG. 19 Starts Wednesday | PRINCESS DIARIES 2 | !2:00 - 2:30- 5:00 - 7:30 (G)I THE VILLAGE | 12:,1, 5- 2:45-515-7:30-10:00 ([ Starts Friday | ALLEN VS. PREDATOR 1145 - 2:00- 4:30 - 7:00- 9:15 (PG.13)l COLLATERAL (R) j 11:45 - 2:lJ'- 4:45 - 7:15 - 9:45 ] Public Auction Residence of Ed and Audrey Duelley, Tanner, WV 10 miles from Glenville on Tanner and Newberne Road Follow Signs Saturday August 14, 2004 Starting at 10:00 am Antiques and Collectibles-China Cupboard, Oak Dresser w/mirror (Good), Milk Bottle (Welch Dairy, Harrisville, WV), Marble Top Table, Corn Sheller on Stand, Gas Refrigerators (RCA Whirlpool and Servel), Blue Jars, Gas Light Fixtures, Atlas Good Luck Jars, (num- bered), Green Vases (McCoy), Depression Glass, Newspaper (The Hillbilly West Virginia, 1962-1963), Wall Plaques, (Colony House Wood Product, Grantsville, WV), Metal Tea Container, (Japan im- ported for The Weiseman Co. OH, fair condition), Kero- Cleveland, sene Lamp, Carbide Light, Ladies Hats, Cigarette Rolls, (Nugget), Sausage Grinders, Books, Clear Glass, (From Ellenboro Glass Fac- tory), Gas Cook Stove, (New Method), Iron Skillets, Ink Blotter. (Advertise piece, Pennsboro, WV), Stone Jars. Six burner Cook Stove, (Garland), Microwave, Cooking Utensils Dishes, Appliances, Pressure Cooker, Pressure Canner, Metal Water Can, Beds Complete, Bed Linens. Glider, Porch Swings, Picnic Table w/Benches, Hand Tools, Double Tub w/Stand, Myers Water Pump, Water Tank, (325 gal. Capacity). Agway Riding Lawn Mower ( i I H.P. Runs Good), push mower (3 1/2 H.P. Craftsman), p.ush mower (Lawn Boy). Brush Hogs, (5ft.), Box Blade, (8ft.) Rear Scoop, 3pt. Hitch Platform, Gravely Tractor. 1974 Ford F--fi00 (Runs Good, 5 speed w/2 speed Rear End). Terms: Cash oi" I.D. Check PS: Auctioneer Note: Cleaning out Lunch Served Not Responsible for BuiMings -- we've collected for sev, A ccidents eralyears Auctioneer: Ed Dudley 1 1 I I 1 I Ill I == Set up BiB i 269-1522 Same as Cash O' CHARLES AND MARTHA HAROLD S CharlesandMarthaHaroldofGlen- National Bank. Their children are ville will be celebrating their Golden Anita Harold Ashley, an attorney in Wedding Anniversary with a recep- Spencer, and Steve Harold, anassoci- tion hosted by their children and grand- ate professor and coach of the Lady children on Saturday, August 21. The Pioneer Basketball team at Glenville event will be held at the GilmerCounty State College. They have four grand- SeniorCenter,720NorthLewisStreet children, Ben and Sam Ashley, and in Glenville from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 Katie and Allie Harold. p.m. The Harolds are active in Trinity Natives of Roane County, the United Methodist Church, regularly Harolds were married on September attend sporting events and are mere- 2, 1954 at St. Albans,Theyhave lived bers of various civic groups and orga- in Glenville since their marriage, nizations. Charles retired in 1989 as the man- All of their friends are cordially ager of Hardman Home Center, and invited to attend the reception. Please Martha retired in 1996 from United omit gifts. to Museum opens visitors from all over The Country Store Museum Fall you might like to learn and they will Opening was a great success On Fri- try to schedule classes accordingly. day. About 20 visitors from as far The Country Store will also be open away as the Ivory Coast in Africa for tours on Saturdays from 10to noon. stopped by. The Browns can be reached at 462- Heritage crafts such as spinning, 4682oremailjudyweaves@wv-cis, net weaving, herbal uses, soap making, for more information. The Browns dyeing, dance, basket weaving, chair will be looking forward to seeing you. seat weaving, and music will be on Also there are weaving looms and theagendaforFriday'shoursofl0am spinning wheels available for use. to 2pm. All are invited, classes will Bring a sandwich for lunch. The be small, informal, free or a materi- Country Store Museum is located at 9 als cost. Let Dave and Judy Brown, Court Street and is also home of the the new store managers, know what West Virginia State Folk Festival. Twin Set $349 ~tJll Set $449 Queen Set $499 King Set $699 Brookfleld Twin Set $449 Full Set $549 Queen Set $'599 King Set $799 "No Flip" $499 [~'~Set $649 $899 King Set $899 ,t t i f