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has been High School Scholarship. in the Sequence at class president years at Homecoming year, a and was a Who Among Students. marching and band her several a member of Chprch. scholarship. to the Tanner Club for p/mnasium. the 1975-76 Anna Rosa Belle and secretary/ ~a~tension Homo- regular meeting the business "Labor by Marito eta Boggs. on the subject J" The Oct. 6. The Annual 28. Door McHenry rved by Mrs. ~e evening was The October ftm-fill l to Pare' st Q trtot will be feetured 3-14. at the at the Center. the Cilnmr at 7:30 the night at 1 p.m. will be tim a mtts County. tim the by the The I I The Family Album If you wish to have personal announcements published here, please send them to Editor. Glenville Democrat. Glenville. WV 26351. Merely print, type or write clearly your visit, birth, anniversary, or other family news, or call it in [462-7309]. and we will be happy to write up the article and publish it at no charge. Scott to oxkibit pottery Charles C. Scott. professor of art at Glenville State College. will be one of 10 West Virginia craftsmen to exhibit pottery at the Creative Art Center in Buckhannon. Sept. 13-30. The exhibit. CLAY/FIRE. is spon- sored by the Artist in Residence Program. through cooperation of the Creative Art Center and the Upshur County Board of Education, and is funded by the Arts and Humanities Council. Opening hours Sept. 13 are 5-9 p.m. The exhibit will remain open to the public Tuesday through Friday, noon to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m. and 1-5 p.m. on Saturdays. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Landers and son Gary and daughter Mickie Ann of Weston Union were Sunday guests of Mrs. Bertha B. Wagner of 407 Charles St. A surprise dinner party was given in honor of Lorna White on Sunday. September 7, by Hazel Wright. Attending were Letha Yerkev. Mrs. Myra Mick, Louretha Walton. Mrs. Hope Peele. and Hazel Wright. Dr. and Mrs. Jack T. Gockey and daughters Pamela and Leslie of Bridgeport were guests of Mr. and Mrs, Russell B. Bush of Baldwin. Helmicks to .celebrate 50th weddinE anntversary Mr. and Mrs. Croner Helmick Mr. and Mrs. Croner Helmick of Linn will celebrate their 5Oth wedding anniversary September 14. They were married in 1925. Mrs. Helmick, the former Nellie Teter, is the daughter of the late Minnie and Delbert Teter. Mr. Helmick is the son of the late Myrtle and Scott Helmick. Mr. and Mrs. Helmick are the parents of two daughters, Mrs. Winnogene Yerkey of Louisville, Ohio, and Mrs. Yvonne Shaffer of Cumberland, Kentucky. They have four grandchildren. Jimmy Yerkey and Susan Boylan of Louisville. Ohio; and Sheral and Anita of Cumberland, Kentucky. They WANTED Standing Timber or Timberland ALSO MEN WITH TRACTORS OR HORSES TO SKID LOGS. YEAR AROUND HAULING FOR LOG TRUCKS. CALL OR WRITE Ma/k Ellis Forester C( STAL LUMBER COMPANY P O Box 218 i Gassaway 26624. West Virg,n,a i Phone: 304-364-5986 ! S . ................... o,....,,... ...... ....... .., o ..o.......oo.... ,.o.......o.oo....o~,o~,.o,.. .............. : HOBBLES GROCERIES ORIGINAL PAINTINGS GASOLINE CRAFTS 907 N. Lewis St. Gienville, W. Va. Phone: 462-8635 e also have two great-grandchildren. Brenda and Kimberly Yerkey. Open house will be held at the Helmick home on Upper Ellis and a buffet diner will be served by their children between noon and 7 p.m. Friends and neighbors are welcome to come and visit with them. September II. 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Ersel Davisson were honored on August 10 with a dinner to t:eh:brate their 25th wedding anniver- sary at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Brady at Steubenville, Ohic. They were married August 12. 1959. at Auburn by the Rev. Harry E. Miller. Mrs. Davisson is the former Ida Belle Brady. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Newman Brady. Sr. of Vadis. Mr. Davisson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Reason Cleveland Davisson of Vadis. They are the parents of two children. Judith Dawn. 18. a freshman at Glenville State College. and Thomas Andrew. 15, a sophomore at Gilmer County High School. Mr. Davisson owns the Pine Manor Grocery. Attending the dinner were Judy and Tom Davisson of Glenville; Mr. and Mrs. George Brady and children, Tim and Belinda of Steubenville; Mr. and Mrs. James Dickey and children, and son, Charles of Steubenville; Mr, and Mrs. David Mosser and son, Billy, of Weirton; Dr. and Mrs. Alfred T. Billips and children, Patty, Linda and Alan of Glenville; Miss Abigail McHenry of Sand Fork; Mrs. Verna Walters of Steubenville; and Mr. and The Glenvllle Demecrat/Pathflnder :~ Saturday, September 13- 10 a.m. 3 miles off U.S. 33 West of Spencer on Wind e Road Chest of Dr" ,era Nice Breakfas. oat gocldng Chair Wag telephones Donaghue lug and lars Old baskets Drm Irun Gas Range Lot Oak Chairs Camel back trunk Wood, stone, Daisy Churn 2 ga. Wood Keg Mrs. William Grantonic of M~ Junction. *; Not attending the dinner but sendi~ gifts were Mr. and Mrs. Roy of Clenville; Mr. and Mrs. Singleton of Glenville; and Mr, an~ Mrs. M.E. Davisson of Barberton, Ohm,. Seaman Third Class Clark Dwisl t spent recent liberty with his paren~i Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Frymyer Jackson. August 15-25. He is stati~ with the U.S. Navy at San Diego.Ca ~H{( Recent visitors of Mr. and M~ Holmes Harvey of Linn over the Lal Day weekend were Mr. and Mrs. I(nght and Mr. and Mrs. era Parkhurst of Baltimore, Md.; and Reaser of Los Angeles, Calif. Chuck, Debbie. Barbie, and Jamie of Labor Day weekend guests of Mingo Junction, Ohio; Roscoe Brady Jr. and Mrs. John Moore of Kanawhe of Barberton. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd were: Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Mlller~ Horn of SteubenviUe. Ohio; Mrs. Belle Louisville, Ohio; Miss Edna Yeager Mosser of Chester; Mr. Iven Rizor of Canton, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Ira ![. Chester; Mrs. Irma Boggs of Chester; Greenlief and daughter, Sandra. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brady and Canton, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. F~ children. Joe, Scott, and Todd of Moore and children of Parkersburl~ Williamstown; Mrs. Isabeile Bukoffsky Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wesffell Weston; Fred Miller of Ohio; and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie and children of Weston. Weekly deadline fo~ all news and is Monday at 5 p.m. Have your news and !:::: ...............::7_: ....................... in eady to avoid disappointment, to Glenville, W. Vs. Phone 462-76@0 LICENSED MORTICIANS J.J. Spuroeon, Pres. M. Stephen Stricklar ...ATTEND THE CHURCH "t OF YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY Leading Creek Baptist Church Sunday School each week at 10 a.m. Services on second Sunday in month during August and Septem- ber. Ray. Harry Miller, Pastor. Shepherd Catholic Church Mineral Road, Ghmvgl Sunday, Sept. 14- Euchartst Celebration at 11:15 a.m. Fr. David Letter Gap Community Glockner. Pastor. Dial-a-Prayer, Sunday, Sept. 14 - Sunday 462-5130. school at 10 a.m. Preaching every first Sunday By Rev. Glenn Troy United Methodist Circuit Sunday. Sept. 14 - Cox's Mills, 10 a.m. . , Troy. II a.m. Doyle Chapel, 7 p.m. Gospel Mission Church Sand Fork Regular services on Friday night Seventh Day Adventist Saturday. Sept. 13 - Bible at 7:30 p.m. Kirkpatrick, 11 a.m. Study, 10 a.m. Worship Service at : Glenvme Presbyterian Church II a.m. Crooked Run Methodist Church Sunday, Sept. 14 - Sunday First Bs~ptist Church Preaching every second and School,D9:45 a.m. Service for the Cdenv~e fourth Sunday, 7:30 p.m. Bible Lord's ay at 11 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 14 - Sunday Study and sing e~e~ r4nd ....... ,_GhurchodGod for all ages, 9:45 a.m. third Sunday, 7:30 pxn. .... Powell St. Glenvfllo ~t e,m. : Old fashioned sing every fourth Pentecostal Wednesday, Sept. 17 - Prayer Dimmer Rolls No. 1 & 2 Iron kettl~, pots & tea kettles Oil Lamps Almost new saddle Corn Sheller Floe, Pipe DI~, lOts tools Lots blue jars, also antique jar collection Good Brass Kettle, stirrer and stand Round Butter molds Ox yoke Broad ax Hand Grist Mill White House Vinegar Jars Old soap kettle Lots old d/shes, vases and what nots Pillows, Quilts and Blankets Lots Old Books Lots kink jar linds Grain cradle Mlsc. Boxes Old Mountain rifle AHts Chalmbers CA. Tractor with side mower Good Milk Cow, lersey, guaranteed Lots Other Items Not Responsible for accidents Food and Drink Available LEE ELLIS, AUCTIONEER SAM NICHOLSON, OWNE~ RT. 1 BOX 106, SPENCER. Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Public invited. Stewarts Creek Church Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m. Preaching each second Sunday morning and fourth Sunday mght with Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick. Thursday. Sept. 11 - Bible Study continuing on with Acts. Sunday, Sept. 14. Sunday School at 10:00 a.m. with Morning Worship services at 11".00, with the Pastor, Rev. Michael Edwards. Church of Christ GlenviHe Sunday, Sept. 14 - Bible Service. 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship at 7 p.m, Wednesday, Sept. 17 - Mid-week service at 7 p.m, Pentecostal Church, River St. Second and fourth Satur- day Evening Service, 7 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 14 - Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 17 - Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. .~ Rhoades Chapel Memorial Church U~_ie Bull Run Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m. Preaching every first Sunday by Rev. Gaylord Vanhorn and every third Sunday by Ray. Glenn Kirkpatrick. Prayer meetings on Wednesdays, 7 p.m. United Methodist Orcuit Gienville Sunday. Sept. 14 - Otterbein, 10 a.m. College St. 11 a.m. Oak Grove, 7 p.m. OUR FIRST CITIZENS CAME HERE FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM andBible Study, 7:30 p.m. Chur~'~ choir rehearsal at 6:30 p.m. Trace Fork Church Sunday, Sept. 21 - Homecom- ing. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Preaching service. 11 a.m. Picnic lunch, noon, Singing and fellow. ship in the afternoon. Oak Grove Uatted Methodfst Church, Bald a Wednesday, Sept. 10 - in progress, REVIVAL, beginning 7:30 with Ray. Everett J. Mills, lUrm U ROd Metho t Thursday, Sept, 11 - Junior Choir rehearsal, 6 p.m. SanctuaW choir rehearsal, 7 p.m. United Methodist Women 8 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 14 - Church School, 9:45 Worship Sermon: "How Can We Know It's You Lord?" 10:55 a.. United Methodist Youth Fellowship. 6 p.m. Commit. tee on Finance, 7:30 p.m. Administrative Board, 8 p.m. The occasion of Citizenship Day should cause us to remem- ber that. even as we extend a warm welcome to our newest citizens by adoption, their predecessors who started this nation on its road to greatness did so for the sake of personal freedom, including the right to worship God in any manner they chose It was they who founded the doctrine of what we still refer to as the separation of Church and State. Honor this great event by going to the Church of your choice, and taking advantage of this hard-fought freedom that is yours today because of them. And give your thanks to God for this sacred right. "Now the Lord Is that Spirit and where the of the Lord is, there is IIImrt ." -- II Corinthi&ns 3:17 Fo~m 27 209 SEP'75 Every man, conductlns hlmm'f as S good citizen, and beh~ accountable to God alone for his riotous opinions, ought to be pro- tected In woP~hipldng the D~ty according to the dictates of Ids own cmmcle~, -- orp Wasl pon THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS URGE YOU TO GO TO CHURCH DAVIS CLOTHING STORE "Clothing for Moderns" 202 F~ Main St. Gianvflle, W.Ve. GLENVILLE TEXACO SI VICE Dodge-Sales & Service Robert B. Chapman Main St. Gienvllle CALHOUN SUPI SI VICE, INC. 102.o4 S. Lew'a GlenviL COMMUNITY SUFI~ MARKET Glenvll]e Phone 462-8863 SUMMERS PHARMACY At Your Service Glenvll]e, W.Ve. Ph. 462-7373 G:.ENVILLE MIDLAND CO. Clothing for the ~e Family Main St. Gleavtlle HOME IMPROVEMENT CORP. Heating, Air Conditinntnll,. TV And Appliances Glenville and Burnsville KANAWItA UNION BANK Complete Banking Service Member FDIC Ph. 462-~ 341 DRAKES'S QUAKER STATE SERVICE Bulk G ine, Fuel Oil Lubricating oils and Ph. 462-7668 ddwln, WV CONRAD HOTEL & mTAUIANT Geed Food - .mmaMe F,4cee 101 So. Court Plb. 4163-7391 HAMm S ]EW'm Quality Jewelry - Watch ltepekr 107 F~ Main St. GleavUie WILLIAMS GROCerY AND SSO STATION B.H. [lack] Lowe Nomantowa We t Vhllm Your Newspapers Glenville Democrat The GienvtUe Ps"ddSnder