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new members of American Revolution vZinn Vada Zinn Senior the Eliza- C.A.R. is the ap- 'members. received National as- for a Fay, and The three new members are the daughterS of Sharon Snyder Zinn and Manley James Zinn of Cox's Mills. Research and documentation for application papers was com- pleted by Mrs. Watson, assisted by Mrs. Clyde Crane, tracing an- cestry to George Zinn who served as a Corporal and Private during the Revoluti a. George Zinn was born about 1749 in Germany and married Mary Ann Seylor. George and Mary were the parents of 11 children. Son John, who married Ruth Gandy, is the connection to the new members. The girls are the granddaugh- ters of Madison Scott Zinn and Dale Spurgeon Zinn and Elsie Alltop of Cox's Mills. This brings the total member- ship of the Elizabeth Zane Sooiety to 27. Membership is open to children ages birth to 22 who can prove ancestory to a pa- triot or soldier of the American Revolution. and Shackleford wedding vows Mrs. Prema Quinones is an- nouncing the engagement and forth coming marriage of her daughter Kathleen to Jesse Allen Shackleford, son of Jesse and Merle Shackleford. Kathleen is a 1990 graduate of Gilmer County High School and is employee .an oarg Nursing Home. and Jesse is a 1989 gradute of Lewis County High School and is employed by .U.S. Energy Corp. An open church wedding is planned for September 20, 1991 at 6:00 p.m. at the Rock Grove Baptist Church in Lima. Recep- tion following in the church basement. Harvey 462-8765 Matthews have been 'are better. dor and Scott, Bill, Cindy and Alysha left Sun- day for Wichita, Kansas after spending a week with his parents Rev. Mrs. Mullins of Troy. Congratulations to Debbie and Randy Moyers on their baby girl, with their Nyla BethAnns. Also to hope and Scott, Rodney Moyers for a son, Tyler Austin. shopping Visiting with Bud and Lucille Messenger were Mr. and Mrs. Bill will be Shaffer and his mother of Bowling Sun- Green, Virginia. Also their grand- 2-5 p.m. children, Michelle Messenger of Walter Bowling Green, Nikki Messenger of Elkins and Lorra and Andrew Mes- Were Ada senger of Glenville. Andrew just daughter, graduated from National Guard Bonnie tughter Weston; and Bill by fora training in Fort Lee, Virginia. There were 34 at Troy United Methodist Church with Rev. Walter Mullins bringing the message; 21 at Doyle Chapel, 39 at Rock Grove and 17 on Sunday night with Rev. Ken Hiney bringing the message from Nehemiah 4:14-23. l arkeere paid t for 1991. BI~: .$46.75 D. Bh.~: $45.$$ Lan~ Feedea: $41.25-42 75-8"7.50 See me for a State Farm It S a nO-COSt rewew of yOur insurance coverages and needs Thursday, September 5, 1991--The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder--Page 3 Three additional Gilmer County High School students have been selected to have their biographies published in the Who's Who Among American High School Students. The honorees are all outstanding students and active participants in extra-curricular school events and com- munity affairs. Michelle Morris is a junior at Gilmer County High School. She has been on the Principal's list since eighth grade with a perfect 4.00 grade point. She has had a 3.86 grade average since Michelle first grade. Michelle has received her academic letter for her achievements. She is a member of SADD, involved in Community service for senior citizens and will be a member of FBLA this year. Michelle will be attending the Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center this year, taking ad- vanced business courses. This will enable her to enter Glen- ville State College as a Sopho- more. She plans to major in ac- counting. Michelle spends her spare time, reading, drawing, listen- ing to music, singing, taking walks, and spending time with family and friends. Michelle is the daughter of Bemard and Kathy Morris of Stumptown. She has a brother, Doug, age 14. Her grandpar- ents are Harold and Geraldine Shaffer of Stumptown, and Everett and Laura Parsons of Petroluem. Angela Mick is the daugh- ter and Clam Mick and senior at ilmer County High School. Angle has been a corre- spondent for the Glenville Democrat for the past few years. Angle During her sophomore year, she was a re- porter for the Normantown Clover Climbers 4-H group. Angle is a member of the "SADD" group at GCHS and plans to run for reporter this year. During her junior year, Angle was the recipient of the Mark Twain Award. This award is given to the student that participates the most and makes the best grades in the reading of the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn in English II. Angie will be receiving an aca- demic letter upon her return to school. Angle enjoys reading, writ- ing articles or stories, horse back riding, and collecting anything concerned with Elvis. She owns a five year old Ten- nessee Walker which she raised and trained herself. Af- ter graduation, she plans to at- Mrs. Mary H. Black of 5821-6 Buckingham Rd. Ft. Myers, Florida, formerly of Gilmer and Calhoun Counties will be celebrating her 94th birthday September 17. She is shown in this picture with granddaughter Sharon, great-granddaughter Sherry, daughter Iwana and great-great-grandson "Stevie." 1 Monica Bame is a junior at Gilmer County High School. She was chosen based on her academic achievements, extra curricular activities, and contributions to her community. Monica is an honor student. She has lettered in academics and has been named to the Principal's List. Monica is active in marching, concert, and jazz/pep band. She was featured as a soloist this year on her alto saxophone, including the spring concert. Monica received her music letter this past spring. She is also a member of SADD, volley- ball team, and works on school class commit- tees. This year Monica was president of the Glen- ville Shooting Stars 4-H Club. She has been ac- tive in 4-H for seven years, completing many projects in various areas. Monica is also a mem- If you expect to owe $500 or more in tax over what you are having withheld, you may be required to pay estimated tax. H&R Block can help We're open all year to help yo~ witr, your tax matters. We'll work hard to make sure you pay the least amount of tax possible. Plus, we'll help you plan for next year's taxes. This year let H&R Block take care of your estimated taxes. Just call 462-5688 or Stop in our offices located at 202 E. Main St., Glenville. H&R Block can help you meet the September 16 deadline for hav- ing your estimated tax return prepared "" niea bcr of Junior Leaders 4-H Organization. She en- wlo ' '" her county and state levels, and has received recognition for her accom- plishments. BRING IN THIS AD FOR A FREE TAX RECORD BOOK. Monica is a member ol Trinity United Methodist Church, ._ where she plays piano, sings in the senior choir, and helps with, ~- ~_~, ........ special programs. She is active in United Methodist Youth Foun- [ ............. dation, holding the office of secretary/treasurer. I '~ " i Monica is the daughter of Ralph and Annette Bame of Glen- ] i ' ~ I I./E,I rl .K, 3 E,=I ,'ials vi]]e. I Jl Derrick Cafe & I. L. Room "Women's Summit" meeting planned for September 14 The West Virginia Women's Commission invites state resi- dents with an interest in legisla- tion affecting women to partici- pate in a "Women's Summit," on Saturday, September 14, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Day's Inn Motel, 1-79 Exit 67, Flatwoods, West Virginia. The Women's Commission, an office of the Department of Health and Human Resources, is mandated by law to offer recom- mendations to the Governor and the Legislature about the con- ceres of state women. During the Summit, citizens and organizations will be given the opportunity to provide input to the women's Commission in developing legislative proposal recommendations for 1992 that will reflect the needs and con- ceres of state women. Individu- als and organizations who wish to make a formal 10-minute pre- sentation may do so, but must schedule their time by Septem- ber 6, 1991. Informal discussion will also take place about the legislative process and the role of the Women's Commission in meet- ing the needs of state women. The quarterly meeting of the Women's Commission will im- mediately follow the Summit ac- tivities. The Women's Summit is open to the public without charge. Child care is available at a cost of $10 for the day, which in- cludes special activities and lunch. Child care must be re- served by September 6, 1991. To schedule a presentation time, reserve child care or for more information, call the West Virginia Women's Commission at 348-0070. The man who obeys is nearly always better than the man who com- mands. 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