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Page 10 -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder .-- Thursday, Aug. 12, 2004 II I Ill Ill KINDERGARDEN ORIENTATION BACK TO SCHOOL PARTY The orientation for parents of children A Back to School Party to be held entering Kindergarden at Glenville Sat., Aug. 28, at the REC Center. Elementary School will be held Tues., Free-Swimming Party from 5:00 pm Aug. 24, at 6:00 pm in room 101. to7:OOpm. A Dance at the Bam from Please plan to attend. Bring all up- 7:00 pm to l0:00 pm, $3.00 for single, dated immunization records and offi- $5:00 for couples. Sponsored by the cial birth certificate. Gilmer High School Athletic Boost- ers. ROSEDALE PUBLIC MEETING The Gilmer County Public Service Dis- trict will hold a Public Meeting on Tues., Aug. 24, at the Rosedale Chris- tian Missionary Alliance Church, at 7:00 pm. If you are interested in re- ceiving water services and you live in the Gilmer County section of the Rosedale area, please plan on at- tending this meeting. If not enough public interest is shown, this project will not be considered viable. If you have any questions, call 304-462- 4272. DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP MEETING The Diabetes Support Group will meet at 6:30 pm on August 19, 2004 at the First Baptist Church, Main Street, Glenville (lower level). The topic for discussion is Dental Cam for Diabetic Patients. The event is sponsored by Gilmer Primary Cam. For details, call Julie Beckner at 304-462-7322. GLENVILLE ELEMENTARY OPEN ENROLLMENT New students living in the Glenville district may enroll at Glenville Elemen- tary on Friday, August 20th from 9 am. until noon. Please bring certified birth certificate and shot records. Stu- dents who am enrolled in the Pre-K program do NOT need to be enrolled on this date. If you have questions, please call Mm. Bishop at 462-7408. SUPPORT OUR TROOPS A Car Wash and Bake Sale will be at the Foodland Plaza, on Sat., Aug 28, 9:00 - ?. All donations appreciated! Questions call 462-8501 or 462-7452. HUD MEETING The HUD Rental Assistance Program is available to residents who qualify under the low-income limits that need help with their rant through a private landlord. A meeting will be held on Mon., Aug. 16, at 10:30 am, at the Gilmer County Courthouse where qualified applicants can come and make application. For morn informa- tion, call the Housing Authority of Jackson County at 372-2343. HISTORIC LANDMARK COMMISSION The Gilmer County Historic Landmark Commission will meet Wed., Aug 18, at 5:00 pm, at the Community Show- case, 115 E. Main St., Glenville. HOMECOMING The Burnt House Homecoming will be held on Sat., Aug 21, at the Corn- TREASURE MOUNTAIN ASS. munity Bldg. A Covered Dish Dinner The Treasure Mountain Festival As- at noon, meat, drinks~ and table ser- sociation will meet Mon., Aug. 16th, vice will be furnished. There will be 6:30pm, in the craft build!ng in music, Door Prizes, 50/50 tickets, etc. Franklin. Anyone interested in the Come out and enjoy the day. Bobby festival is invited to attend. The TMF Association meets the third Monday Gene Roberts and Band will be pro- of each month to plan. each year's viding the music. festival held the third weekend in Sep- tember. This year's festival is Sep- tember 16-19, 2004. For more infor- ART SPECTACULAR mation contact 304-358-3261, 304- Mountain State Parents CAN is spon- 249-51 17, or email soring an Art Spectacular, Sat., Aug treasure_mountain_festival@rnsn.com 14, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm, at the Burnt House Community Building. A day for families, children and teens to ex- penence and create art. FREE, for everyone. For more information con- tact: Stephen Schemel at 349-4525. SPEAKER ON INSURANCE A speaker from Mutual of Omaha Ins Co., will be at the Gilmer Co. Senior Center on Thum., Aug 12, at 10:00 am, for the Covered Dish Lunch. He will be talking about existing ins. that you have, long term cam ins. and medicare changes. Everyone from the public is invited to attend. Come and ask questions! AMERICAN LEGION POST" The American Legion Post will meet on Mon., Aug. 16, at the Community Showcase, at 6:00 pm. Legion officer elections and new member sign-ups. All veterans welcome. TROY ELEMENTARY Pro-registration for new students for Troy Elementary will be Mon., Aug. 16, 9:00 - 11:00 am, at the school office. FRN BOARD OF DIRECTORS The FRN will hold its regularly sched- uled monthly meeting at noon on Fri., Aug. 13, at the Community Show- case, 115 East Main St, The meeting is open to all members of the com- munity. For morn information contact Donna at 462-7545. TANNER BOARD The Tanner School Building Board of Directors will meet on Mon., Aug. 16, at 7:00 pm. The public is invited to attend. TANNERfest MEETING COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Them wilt be a TANNERfest meeting Interested in Community Develop- on Wed., Aug. 18, at 6:00 pm at the ment? Working Together For The Tanner Community Center, Lower Common,Good of Gilmer County. level (located beside United Summit). A team of 12-15 Gilmer County reel- Anyone interested in displaying crafts dents is being recruited to attend the or being a vendor can call Brenda Community Development Summit Lawson at 462-7923 for information. Sept. 25, in Ritchie County. To at- tend the Summit (all expenses paid) TANNER BUILDING BOARD you must pre-register by Sept. 15. The Tanner Building Board of. After the Summit, the team will iaunch Director's would like to invite the pub- an inclusive "Think Tank" session and I II I HOLLY RIVER FALL FESTIVAL BURNS - KERNS Holly River State Fark Fall Festival, The Bums - Kems Reunion is to be Fri., Sept. 3 to Sun, Sept. 5 A Talent held in the Assembly Building at the Show will be held on Fri. at 7:00 pm. Recreation Center on Aug. 14, 2004. Sat. from 10:00 am until 10:00 pm Come and enjoy the day. and Sun. from 11:00 am until 5:00 GCHS CLASS OF 1979 pm, arts & crafts Hayrides, contests, The GCHS class of 1979 will have a exhibitions, auction, cake walks, 25 year reunion on Sat., Aug. 14 at games, door prizes and much more. the high school commons area. So- There will be several Blue Grass cial hour and tour will begin at 4:30. Bands, featunng Allegheny Outback Them will be a catered buffet at on Sat., 12:00 until 4:00 pm, Black 6:30. Reservations are needed for the Cat Mountain Bluegrass Band on banquet only. All those who gradu- Sun., 12:00 until 4:00 pm, and Mark ated in 1979, friends, tea,~ers and Chapmep (Live in gospel concert) faculty are welcome to attend. For Sat., 7:00 till o "" more information, please contact Dawn Wine at 269-7201, Jennifer Moyers at 649-8285 or Becky Slaugh- ter at 983-8545. SINGLETON - WINE The Singleton and the James Emery Wine families have combined their reuniion. It will be held Sat., Aug. 21, at the Bumsville Community Build- ing. Come bring your picnic basket and an item for the auction if you choose. All friends and family wel- come! CONCERT AND AUCTION Tiffany Jackson Memorial Concert and Auction will be held on Sat., Aug 21, 7 - 10 pm, at the Landmark Stu- dio, Main St., Sutton. Music by The Griffin Family, Steve Barber, GTR Bluegrass Band,-and Elaine Wine & Friends. Food and drinks available. Everyone welcome. Proceeds to Ben- efit Braxton Co. Humane Society, Inc for construction and maintenance of the animal shelter. BARBAROW The families of E.B. and Nellie Alfred PUBLIC LAND CORPORATION Barbarow will have a weiner roast on A Public Land Corporation Board Sat., Aug. 14, at 5:30 pm and their meeting Will be held Aug.18, begin- reunion on Sun., Aug. 15, at 12:00, a~ ning at 1:30 p.m. in the Division of the Barbarow Farm on Little Cove. Natural Resources conference room The weiners and buns will be fur- at the State Capitol Complex, Build- nished for the roast and meats will be ing 3, Room 674, in Charleston. The furnished for the reunion. All family purpose of the meeting is to discuss and fnends are welcome. several items of business pertaining to state-owned real estate transac- COTTRELIJCOTTRILL tions. The Cottml/Cottrill and descendants' seventeenth munich will be held at the Fmmetown Community Center, Frametown, beginning at 10 a.m. YOUTH COUNCIL MEETING The Region VI Workforce Investment Board Youth Council will meet Thurs., Aug. 19. The meeting will take place at the Fairmont WORKFORCE West Virginia Center in Fairmont starting at 10:00 am. For more information about the meeting, contact Barbara DeMary at 304-368-9530. REGION Vl WORKFORCE The Region VI Woridorce Investment "Executive" Board will meet Thurs- day, August 12, 2004 from 10:30 am. to 11:30 am. in the WV Stale Office Bring a covered dish and something for the white elephant sale. Enjoy the day with family and friends For more information, contact Colleen at 304-872-3961 or Jean at 304-364- 5548. Date: August 14, 2004. WOOFTER The 74th Annual Woofter family m- union will be held at the Point Pleas- ant Baptist Church at Fallen Timber, on state mute 18, Sunday, August 15. Relatives and friends am cordially invited to attend. A picnic lunch will be served at noon. KUHL The Annual Kuhl Family Reunion will be held on Sun., Aug. 15, at the Gilmer County Recreation Center, main building. Registration and visit- ing will begin at 11:00 am and a cov- ered dish meal at noon. Tableware will be provided. Family and friends invited. Complex Building, Work Force West FRASHURE Virginia Center Conference Room, The Fmshure Reunion will be held 3rd Floor Fairmont, WV. For morn Sun., Aug 15, at the St. Boniface information about the meeting, con- Church hall Dinner will be at noon, tact Jeffrey G. Smith at (9304) 368- followed by an auction, horse shoes 9530. and games. Also Fem Fmshum will / be honored for her 87= birthday, tak- hllrcll A~t$~ ing place on the 21. Her address: 9188 USH 33 W, Camden, WV 26338-8256. ALTA L. DAVIS Alta L. Davis, 86 of Glenville, died Wed., Aug. 4, 2004 at Minnie Hamilton Health Care Center following a short illness. She was a daughter of the late Byron and Gladys Dora Rogers Bush. She is survived by daughters, Ruth A. Simmons, Carolyn S Luzader and Sharon G. Mortensen, sons, Kenneth C. Davis and Dennis R. Davis, 19 grand- children, several great grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Raymond L. Davis: three sons, Raymond B. Davis. Ralph L. Davis and Donald R. Davis. Funeral services were held at Stump Funeral Home in Grantsville, on Aug 7. Rev. Ronzel Roberts officiated. In- terment followed at the Brown I.O.O=F. Cemetery in Harrison County. TULA V. ANDERSON SMITH Tula V. Anderson Smith, age 80, of Glenville, departed this life at 9:06 am, Tuesday, August 10,2004, in SunBridge of Glenville Health Care following an extended illness. Born October 22, 1923, in Monroe County, daughter of the late Homer and Eliza Taylor Wykle. A family move in 1960 from Monroe County to Glenville for employment at Glenville State College brought Tula and her family to our community. Tula was a former employee of the Kinny Shoe Co., a retired seamstress and owner/operator of Glenville Dry Clean- ers. She was a member of the Glenville First Baptist Church. Surviving are three daughters and six sons: Evelyn Anderson of Union; Eva Stout of Glenville; Phyllis Rodgers of Bridgewater, VA; Michael Anderson of Gallipolis, OH; Norman Anderson of Glenville; Ronnie Anderson of N. Can- ton, OH; Louis Anderson of Martinsburg; Danny Smith of Rock Hill, SC; and Donnie Smith of Jane Lew. Three sisters: Myrtle Underwood of Reno, Nevada; Daisey Parker of Union; and Joyce Carter of Lakewood, OH. There are 15 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren surviving. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Eulice M. Anderson in Sep- tember, 1950 and her second husband, Vernon Smith. One brother preceded her in death. Local services will be held at 1 pro, Thursday, August 12, 2004 at the Ellyson Mortuary, Inc., Glenville, with Rev. Ronzel Roberts officiating. Friends will be received from il am-1 pro, prior to the funeral. Grave side services will be conducted at the Mt.Prospect Missionary Baptist Cemetery, Union (Monroe County) at I pro, Friday Au- gust ] 3,. 2004 ............. ALMA E. ELLYSON Alma E Ellyson, 97, of Harrisville, formerly of Cox's Mills in Gilmer County, departed this life on Saturday, Aug., 7, 2004, at Harrisville. In her early years, Mrs. Ellyson taught in one room schools in Gilmer County and was a graduate of Glen viile Normal School. She was a homemaker, loving mother, and grandmother. She is survived by a daughter, Jean Adams of Harrisville; sons, Bill Ellyson of Ft. Washington, MD; Charles Ellyson of Beach City, OH; nine grandchildren, and .several great grandchildren. Mrs Ellyson was preceded in death by her parents, William and Laura Woofter Harvey; husband, Gideon J. Ellyson, sons, Maynard Ellyson and an infant, Ralph Ellyson; Sister, Velma Patterson, and an infant brother. Funeral services were held on Aug. 10, at the Raiguel Funeral Home, Harrisville. Rev. Charles Mullen offici- ated. Interment followed in the Alice Cemetery near Alice in Gilmer County. BRENT COLLIN PAUL WADDELL Blent Collin Paul Waddell, 43, of Glenville, passed away suddenly Aug. 2, due to a stroke. He is survived by his three children, Shannon, Brent, and Greg Waddell, all of Glenville. Also surviving are his par- ents Melton and Joan Waddell of Stouts Mills; three brothers, John Waddell of Stouts Mills; David Waddell of Stouts Mills; Robert Waddell of Shinnston; one sister, Alycia Wolfe of Glenville; six nieces and eight nephews. He also left behind his second family of seven years who loved him and whom he loved and thought of as his own, he leaves behind his love, LuAnn "Annie" Moran of Glenville, son, Christopher Moran, of Elyria:, OH; daughters, Pam Opel of Elyria, OH; Christine Moran of Glenville; and two grandsons, Nathan and Noah Opel of Elyria, OH. Brent also has one granddaughter on the way, Emiley Moran. He always gave of himself in life, so his body will be a gift donation to The Human Gift Registry, where ii will continue giving, even in his absence. He touched many lives with his humor and wit, and will be greatly missed by everyone that knew him. T&B Bennett and Son Monuments & Markers Inside and outside displays Grantsville 354-6162 Success is not the key to hap- piness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successfuL --Herman Cain "[h lic to an Ice Cream and Hot Dog So- begin orchestrated efforts to improve VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL MOSS *** cia!, on Sun:,. Au.g 15, from 2!00 .- the county. If you am committed, mo- The Horn Creek Bapt,st Church will Bring the family, bring, your friends.. wn Vacah hool It's the Moss Reumon at Joe's agam~ 4:uu pm, at me OlD/anner ~cnool. tivated and interested in being a part be ha g a on Bible Sc , , ~ Come and Check out the improve- of this team contact Donna Waddell startinn onlt will ~ Mon,a Aur'~" 16fil, Friv., A'~-='I shllThe date s a. the samelittle laterso if" you' but the timemlss, the fish is, IJ'N :=U ments that have been made on the at 462-7545 or email at 20. " begin t 6:30 each e en'ng , , facilities, gcfrn@rto/.net, and last until 8:00.1f you would like to fry -youve only yourself to blame. n n v n ,= The Staff" will provide all the cook- LIDAR FLOOD MAPPING SCHOOL SUPPLIES be a ,.art ..f ..BS. ,.leas.. come and . Proud to serve Gilmer County since 1959 f r mg and meat so bnng a salad, a side Canaan Valley Institute (CVI) will give Community Resources has started join4 n withv us. WeMla e located OnfromRt. or some wonderful' treats Were put " a presentation on the LIDAR Flood taking applications for school sup- 7, abo e Cox's Us, across Maps .at Normantown Elementary plies for the first 100children, grades Sinking Creek Rd. If you have any !n a request for it to be sunny and Select Granite Quality Workmanship t" n' " . f I fr lair, now all we need is tot you to be ques ~o s or need an a nde. ee ee . i ..... u.,nool ~ymnasium on Thur., Aug 19, K - 12. We will stop applications on to call Pastor Joe Sealey at 462-7895 mere. Eosel starts the tisn lry early!! Also Offering Computer Design at 6:,.00 pm. If youar.e concerned ~ Aug. 6. Must be income eligible and m n " will " The munich will be Sunday August nooaing, you wilt lind mis presenta- must apply in person. Our Commence e t Serv|ce be , on Sun nioht at 6"00 Dm 15, at Joe Moss's residence, 1036 Rt. 33 West of Weston tion very impressive. For more infor- ""- ' " " ~ " Rosalee Dr. Elyria, OH, 44035, from mation, contact Donna Waddell at AMERICORPS BABY CLOSET HOMECOMING ~ 11:00 a.m. till ??. No RSVP, just show ~ 269-5573 or 1-888-269-5573 ~dl 462-7545. \ . Due to the use of the Baby Closet The Blackburn United Methodist up! If you have any questions, call WATER ........... \" established by AmeriCorps at the CRI, Church homecoming will be Sun., 440-366-6974(Joe)or330-467-1192 .... ~.I1PU~U~LIII.,UN ., we are asking the community for baby Aug. 15. SundaySchoo110:00-11:00 (Jennifer). ' ~ rune ~iilmer watersnea L;oadtion will '~,items such as, car seats, bassinettes hold,meeting on Wed., Aug. 18, at cribs,' high chairs, playpens, and in-' am, Rev. Murphy from 11:00-11:30 Icree $h1 Supplte s! am. Lufich at noon. Afternoon enter .... H.R. AND LULU MOORE MARKS 6:30 pm, at the Community Show-fant clothes. We are also requesting ik, ~r,~n,~ltainment will be the Larry Heater Fam" " The annual H R" and Lulu Marks~ ..... Rrn~k= Mn,-,~v Aug / A____. __ v / case, 115 East Main St. in Glenville, that individuals who previously used .., ------t- ...... t- .............. , and Reunion_ will be Sat., 21 in the U~o I ~, ~C4 The meeting is regarding flooding and the Baby C oset to recycle any items others Please come to visit friends air-conditioned Recreation Building at other ul:~.., m.ing local issues. The pub. they no longer need. AmeriOorps en:o" Loud food and have ^leasan{ Cedar Creek State Park. All friends /| Ili/~lJIldr~,,.IF "~I-,'lVll~b~ | er, ! is mwteo and encouraged to at, members would like thank the corn- J y 9 ~, . ~ondnn:wr~drl~at462--~ -infrmatin contact munity for their continued support of memories, and famdy am welcomed. Doors open / at 10:00 so we can visit and remi- / In Ihrent el Ellenville t se [ t o,- o,m, this project. GOSPEL SING niece before lunch, at 12:30, followed The Gilmer County Singers Associa- by a family meeting and auction sale. I ~iN:)D.~DIrC~I:I b~ L(:d:IIN~ ~:2~::4D4[ l ..... tion will have their monthly sing on / ~ c.,~b,,n.= r~,- l dmer BROWN HEKERT ...__._. Sat., Aug 14, at 6:30 pm, at the G The r " . ~ Ilardman s, Ike Ilerr~ Mad( 16t~,l, jeim ~, l R Io n e Featured B own Hekert Reumon will be- County ecmat" n Ce t r. ~ _ " " . ~'-~-- d [1~1 group will be the Proclaimers. The neld on Sat., .Aug. 2.1, at the Kanaw. an ~ .... TmMere'JlackBeed&JllmWe~fall --" ! tman Dr Commumty Budding, 4 1/2 mdes ii~l Devotional will be held by Wa" - . . . v m t come West on Rt 5 Bnng a p~c mc lunch ~I1~ Sandy. E eryone welco e o . ioht son(] for the noon meal, and enjoy the tel- and be with us for a n~ of .., Iowsh~p praise and worship. ', Cancellati0ns Great opportunities come to all, , , vI \ but many do not know they --- Your Community Showcase, SPROUSE REUNION have met them. The o~ly prepa- The annual Sprouse reunion at the The County's Communi~y, Tourism and Rmmurce Center ulm YOU Llnl BOB PHILLIS Owner/Hearing Instrument Specialist WHERE: Gilmer County Senior Center DATE: Wednesday, Aug. 18, 2004 TIME: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. PHONE: 1-800-303-3277 Beltone Hearing Instrument Center 1200 Country Club Road - Fairmont, WV 26554 ON SITE REPAIRS WHEN POSSIBLE/ ration to take advantage of them home of the late Wilbur Spmuse on is single fidelity to watch what. Ellis Road, scheduled for Aug. 15, each day brings, has been cancelled. --Albert E. Dunning Flynn's Tax Service 462-7603 It has always been our policy at FLYNN'S TAX SERVICE to help our clients keep as much of their money as possible. We have never before endorsed any political candidate. With some candidates promising to repeal the BUSH TAX CUTS and with the erroneous information circulated about only the TOP ONE PERCENT benefiting, we thought it our responsibility to present the facts. The following is for a typical family of four. lffcome ] 30,000 40,000150,000 60,000 II 2000 [ 484 2,221 I 3,721 5,221 II II Tax: 2003 i -2 150 49 [ lr549 3 049 II II Savings I 2,634 [ 2,172 I"2,172 2,172 ] ii " , , i III ill I I Have you visited us lately? If not, log-on to the Gilmer County Family Resource Network (FRN), which operates the Community Showcase, at these Gilmer County websites on your computer: gilmerwv.info -- This is a "Gilmer County Virtual Tour" to stimulate tourism and knowl- edge of our county's significant places. gilmershowcase.com --- This is an e-corn- merce and e-business center for this c~nty's crafters, artisans and small businesses which, need the wider exposure. If you don't have a home computer yet, that's another good reason to visit our office to see these new IDeally-created and updated webpages that boost our county! Sponsored by -- The Commun,ty Showcase i 15 East Main Street (between the bank andpost office), Glenville Donna Waddell, Executive Director 304-462-7545 i Discounts at www.beltone, com/phUlis 2004 Beltone Electronics Corporation I