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August 15, 1975

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kava personal announcements published here, please send Democrat. Gienville. WV 26351. Merely print, type or visit, birth, anniversary, or other family news, or call it in be happy to write up the article and publish It at no ) , 4 mantilla applique of flowers with centers of seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of white miniature carnations and baby's breath. Anita Harold was maid of honor. Less Townsend. sister of the bride. was bridesmaid. Best man was Randy Maxwell. Tim McCartney was usher. A reception followed at the home of the bride. The couple left for a wedding trip to Charlottesville, Virginia. The bride is a 1974 graduate of Gilmer County High School and is employed by Community Super Market. The bridegroom graduated in 1971 from Lewis County High School and in 1975 from Glenville State College. He is an employee of Kanawha Union Bank. Reed Reed. daughter W. Reed of bride of James July 19 in an at Dutton Church, White of Mr. and of Sand Fork and Reed and Reed of Glenville. by her father. print Qiana and dustry Her broad Cream lace with Carried an informal Mrs. Clark Hardman, of 315 W. Main Street, Glenville had as recent guests her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Harrison. Jr. of Cross City. Florida; her daughter. Mrs. Harvey Wright of Middletown, Virginia. and her granddaughter, Miss Lands Carol Wright of Washington. D.C. Mr. and Mrs. Hardman Jr. also visited relatives in Spencer. Mrs. Hardman is the former Marjorie Harden of Spencer. Army Private First Class Regi- nald Turner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harless A. Turner of Glenville, is a trumpet player in the 1st Cavalry Divi, on at Fort Hood, Texas. The family of Gall Wilt held open house Saturday. August 2 to honor him on his 65th birthday. Mr. Wilt recently retired as custodian of Tanner Elementary school, after 20 years service. The guest table was decorated in a yellow, green, and white motif with a birthday cake display in the same colors, furnished by Mr. Wilt's sister, Mrs. James Plaster of Akron. O. Friends and relatives calling through- out the day or sending gifts and cards were: Mr. and Mrs, Bill Bennett: Mrs. Annary Stewart, Parkersburg: Mabel Wilt: Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dennis and son. Doug, Parkersburg: Mr. and Mrs. Paige Hinzman, Pineville: Mr. and Mrs. James laster. Akron: Mrs. Elizabeth Hardman: Mrs. Loretta Fox: Mrs. Ads Riddle: Mrs. Freda Riddle: Mrs. Linda Meadows. and children Eric and Aoril: Connie Byrd: Louanne Byrd: Mark. Mike and Malcomb Allison: Mr. and Mrs. Cline Frymier: Mrs. Anne Jones: Bill Collins: Eugene Lowe: Chester Wilt: Ruble Clevenger: Ted Greenlief: Tom Minney: Irene Webster: James Shock: Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Dye and children. Becky. Rodney and Michael, Parkersburg: Kenny Sergeant. Park- ersburg; Mrs. Dick Fling: Mrs. Lucy Lowe Inez Epling. Wheeling: Susan Comstock; Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Stewart and son-Brad. Clinton. Ohio: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Watkins and son Eric, Georgetown. Delaware: John Perrine; Mrs. Audrey Cunningham and daughters Geraldine and Janette; Mr. and Mrs. James Ferrell and children. Paden City: Mrs. Velds Wade: Mrs. Virginia Harris Gum; Mrs. Rose Furr: Mr. and Mrs, Donald Plaster and son Matthew. Akron. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams. Huntington: Mr. and MRs. Chortle Beall. Huntington: and Mr. and Ms. Clinton Green and Son. Pat. of Parkersburg. Melville and Twila Moyers of Normantown anncmnce lhe birth of s son. David Leon. on August I at the gosse County General Hospital. The child weighed seven pounds two and a half ounces. Grandparents are Mrs. Flora Collins of Normantown and Mr. and Mrs. Byron Moyers of Perkins. Mr. Moyers is an employee of Consolidated Gas Supply Corp. Mrs. Moyers is a former teacher and Gilmer County WVU extension agent. They are the parents of another child. Luann. age 3. Mr. Herbert Wagner. a native of Cox's Mills now residing in Bayville. O.. is staying at the home of Mrs. leannette Jay of Cox's Mills and is visiting friends and neighbors. He was baptised August 10 by Ray. Miller. pastor of Alice Church. Mr. Woodrnw Miller of Baldwin. Md. is visRin8 friends and his daughters, Mrs. Glendell Butcher of Cox's Mills and Mrs. Lewis Ratliff of Burnsville. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cooper and children Douglas and Donna of Claremore. Oklahoma. were recent visitors of her mother. Mrs. Edna Smith. and brother. Arnold Smith of Glenville. Mr. and Mrs. Edward lelinek of Strongsville. O.. accompanied by Rev. and Mrs. George Thompson of Banner Corners United Methodist Church in Hinkley. O. were recent house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Miller of Letter Gap. August 14. 19"/5 '1 w,, l.rmnr (;ilm,~r (Munty familie,~- Mr. and Mrs. Hvr, m Rinehart of Charh~st,m and Mr. and Mrs. R,xlney Rved of Ballim,re. Md. - recently attemb~l the International Carnival (;lass (hmvention in Allen- town. Pa. The Reed's son. David. and wife Bess were also in Allentown attending one of the largest antique car shows in the U.S.. Des Awkscht Fescht. David won a first prize for his entry, a 1928 Chevrolet Landau. "llm GlenviJle Democrat/Pathfinder 3 ~P,~v4Pvde~ Mr. and Mrs. Russell F. Reed daughter. Mrs. Rosemary Woody son Yale of Good Hope were Glenville this,past week on and visited Mr. Reed's sister. Mabel Reed of Camden Flats end other relatives. Mrs. Reed is recovering from a recent light stroke. Ads PsV. Glare#lie, W. Vs. Phone 462-7@80 LICENSED MORTICIANS J.J. Spurgeon, Pres. M. Stgld m Stricldond STUDfIT$. Like Food? Enjoy Worldns With People? Sip up for Food Service OccupatioM at the: 3 HOURS IN THE MOENING wArrREsS SHOgr ORDER COOK CHEF BAKER CASHIER COOK MANAGER COMPLETE TRAINING AND PLACEMENT SERVICE AVAILABLE ALL DAY CLASSES SEE YOUR LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL SCHOOL PRINCIPAL AND ASK ABOUT: Recent visitors of Mrs. Earl Woofter were her granddaughter. Mrs. lane Patterson and husband Jerry. along with the Patterson children Tonie, Tonia and Lisa of Topeka, Kansas. It was their first visit in eight years. 0 ee 0 ATTEND HE CH daisies, corne- tS. Leadin| Craek Baptist Church d was maid of Sunday School each week at tO attendant was a.m. Services on ascend Sunday in month during August and Septam. father was best bar. Rev. Harry Miller, Pastor. rid McDonnel of nee Livingston of Guspel MJselem C1~rck Sund Fwk ther wore an Regular services on Friday night Pae mother of the at 7:30 p.m. Sapphire crepe. ;ages. Croolmd Run Chtm:h also preac every sad Reed. Mrs. J. McDonnell and _. Piano and organ bride's sister were Janet and Mrs. of Glenville. includes: Mr. Sr., Brenda of Fort sad Mrs. Jason Atkeison Jr.. all Billy Gibson of lanet Reed of Brooks Reed of James A. Reed and Mrs. lames and James Beach: Mr. and MRs. y. all of De Martino of Paula Reed STORE HOURS Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - 9 to S p.m. Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to 1 p.m. Back to SchooJ Sale OTder Early for the Rest Salectian i Phone 462-7939 - 462-8483 Authorized CATALOG SALES MERCHANT O 'ED AND OPERATED BY JANET DEAL Study and sing every first and third Sunday. 7:30 p.m. Old fashioned sing every fourth Saturday. 7:30 p.m. Public invited. Stewart= Creek QImrch Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m. Preaching each second Sunday morning and fourth Sunday night with Ray. Glenn Kirkpatrick. Rhoodm Ompel Caumr Uttle Rm Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m. Preaching every first Sunday by Rev. Gaylord Vanhorn and every third Sunday by Ray. ONE HUNDRED AND ANNUAL SESSION OF THE Mr. PISGAH BAFFISTASSOCIATION TO BE HELD WITH THE CEDAR CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH,CEDARVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY ,AND THURSDAY, AUGUST 20TH AND 21ST, 1975 THEME: MINISTRY OF THE HOLY SPIRrr became the July 12 at of God of The Rev. for the amid a setting s organist"for MTEDNESDAY 10:00 Devotien,,! mad addreg of ................ Deacon Vick Cldlders 10:.15 IntroductOry remarim ..................................... Moderator 10:2S Reading Church letters ud enrollment of me.angers 11:15 Buslam soutma 12:00 Noes of Mr. of Sand are Mr. of Derwent. her parents r by her in a gown a scoop and an satin. The satin and and swept of scalloped a f'mger-tip WEDNESDAY OON 1:15 Devotional .................................. Deacon Leonard Wllmoth 1:3o Annual sormun ................................. i Elder Lunzo Wlisoa 2:IS The of the spirit in regen atiun .......... :... Elder George 3:00 Benedictkm WEDNESDA Y NIGHT 7:415 Devotional .................................... Deacon Scott HardlBaa IkOO The ministry of the spirit in the enterprise of the Church ........................................ Elder Charles Fisher TtlURSDAY MOILING lO:.OO .......................................mother Glen Mohr 10:.15 The minist~ oir the spirit in Church mm~ ..... Elder Rodney Minney 11:OOThe ministry ofthe spirit in the securiW ofthe believer.Ekler Fred Dobbins 12:00 Noon THURSDAY AFTERNOON l:lm l woti al ...................................... Baacoa hlph Laae 1:15 Doctrinal Sermoo ................................. Elder Harlu Ailtop 2:00 The ministry of the spirit in and judgement .................................... I der J.W. Stalnaker 2:45 Report of Committees 3:00 Adjournment Troy Unaed Idethoebt Sunday, August 17. Troy, 10 a.m. Mt. Earnest, 11 a.m. Omr d6ul St., GbmvHle Thur ley, August 14 - Bible Study begtxming at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. August 17 - Sunday 10 8.m. Morning Worship at 11 a.m. Monday. August 18 - Ledtes Willing Worker Band meeting, 7:30 p.m. All ladies of community welcome. Sunday. August 24 ? Revival, starting 7:30 p.m. with Evangelist Carl Fink from Vlrslnis. Everyone welcome. Geod Omreb Mineral Sunday, AulP Jt 17 - rt~t Celebration at 11:15 a.m, Ft, David Glockner, Pastor. Dial.a. Prayer, 462-5130. Pentec4mal Churclt. IUver St. Second and loerth htu :k / Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, August Evening Service, 7:30 p,m. 20 - United Ch, 6t, Sunday, August 17 -Oak Grove, I0 a.m. College St. 11 a,m. Otterbein, 7:30. Glenn Kirkpatrick. Prayer meetings on W ys. 7 p.m. Ghmvme Clm h Sunday. August 17 - Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Service for the Lord's Day at 11 a.m. Chureh d Cla' 61mvib Sunday, August 17 - Bible Service. 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship at 7 p.m. Wednesday. August ZO -- Mid.week service at 7 p.m. Ghmvlne Sunday, August 17 - Sunday School for all age . 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship. 11 a.m. Wednesday, August 20-- Prayer and Bible Study. 7:30 p.m. Church choir rehearsal at 8:30 p.m. Sovonth nay lvenflst Saturday. August 16 - BihJe Study. I0 a.m. Worshf Service at 11 a.m. Lmtm. Gap Cemmtmlty Sunday. August 17 - Sunday chool at 10 a.m. Preaching every first Sunday by Ray. Glenn Klrkpatrick. 11 a.m. FAITH DOES NOT FLUCTUATE WITH THE "rrblty tblted Thursday. Aug_st 14 - United Methodist Woman's Fatally Picnic at Arbuclde Park. Sunday, Au.q-jt 17 - Church School 9:45 a.m. Worship: "The Integrity of Life." Opm Baeg Clmp m amad Sunday, Aurast 17 - Revival with Ray. Steve Newman of Belington, morning and evening services. August 18-20, Rov. Robert Smith of Baltimore, O. All services begin 7:30 p.m. Saturday. August 23 - Anmml campfire meeting, Games for 811 ages. cakewalk, surprise drawing. 1 p.m. Covered dish fellowship dinner. 6 p.m. Services st campfire with Ray. William P. Boilon end team. 7:30 p.m. SEASONS The waning days of summer are often accompanied by a feeling of lethargy and depression of the spirit that occurs when the pleasures of the season have begun to pall. but the oppressive heat persists. However. help is always at hand. for faith in God is never restricfed by the boundaries of cli- mate and season: it is a continuing source of energy, vitality and inner joy that can be yours whenever you seek it. The best remedy for your sagging spirits can be found in the Church of your choice. It's as near as next Sunday. "To evory thing there Is & season, and a time to ovory purpose under the heaven," -- Eccle-Jutes &l Godt IIIM; ~ ~ sbtde~ and in man's hoad Speaks with the cl~r ~~le c~y Of enmlfes and hol~s thor Con not die. -- John ~Jdinaton Symonds THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS URGE YOU TO GO TO CHURCH DAVIS CLOTmNG STOU "Cloddy| Modoru" 2o2 E. Main St. (;Ionvllle. W.Ve. GIJENVlLI Tm CO RV'K Dudae-Sales & Service hobart L Chapmu Main St. Gknwlb CALHOUN SUP SnVIC INC. 102-01 S. tan SUMS MAIBXr Glonvma Famm te." 41S SU: n lS PHARMACY At Your (;leevilk. W.V . Pb. 402- J13 GLENVilJ.E MIDLAND CO. for the Whole Famny M=in St. Glm Ib HOME IMPRO conJ. llsstla|. Air 1",' KANAWHA UNION BANK temple Member Pb. 4m- l STATE SBRVICB JJulk GoeeEae. Feel Oil tin| mtd 8reuse 4 - m8 LEON'S SOtVl Glmvme CONn ,D HOTIaL & RI FrAURANT Geod Feod - burnable Prkee 101 So. Court Ph. 44 drN1 - w. :h tap z 107 F. Main St. Ghmvgle WiLLIAIVl8 AND grATIO [l .lki N ' mmtm 1"-me hmvl llmm m The GlenvSle Pathfinder PROGRAM COMMrrrE I acon Ciaval Smith, l)eacm C18rence Moss, .oCher Lyfle Sprees.