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to AAUW of the of University hold its first Wednesday, P.m. in the Trinity United The guest Campbell of the West AAUW. A social meeting address. Helen will serve a bac- degree is in AAUW. attend to the that their can be branch. are Karen Sharon for Elizabeth for mem- Kennedy, Nonnenberg, CALHOUN-GILMER CAREER CENTER Adult Night Class Schedule Now Available See page School of Rally Day on At this time and church and to recall unaffiliated of the Baptists to The word rally means assembling of persons for a common purpose. The common purpose is christian education. There are age-level classes for all which meet at 9:45 each Sunday. On September 26 all the classes will meet in the church's sanctuary for closing remarks at 10:30 a.m. Regular morning worship will be conducted at 11 a.m. by Rev. J.E. Slater. The annual picnic, recreation and vespers will be held at Cedar Creek State Park during the af- ternoon and evening. Extension Homemakers hold tri-county meet Cedar Creek State Park was the setting for Extension Homemakers from Braxton, Gilmer and Webster counties for their annual picnic. It was a first visit to the park for 80 per cent of the group and everyone was delighted that they made the trip. The emaculate, well kept, picnic area surrounded by our beautiful hills was a joy to behold. After a most delectable lunch and good fellowship, a spokesman from each county told of many benefits to be derived from Extension Homemaker programs. Mrs. B.S. Berry, who had recently been honored as a fifty year member at the National Meeting of Extension Homemakers in Morgantown was the speaker from Braxton. Rev. G.B. VanHorn, from Gilmer, praised the program from both the observer's viewpoint as well as a recent member in 'the organization. Miss Thelma Pickens said, "She MORTUARY, INC. Phone 462 7660 MORT/ClAN J.J. Spurgeon, Pres. ue Auction Sale J & S Auction Heaters, West Virginia Route 19 South Near Sutton, W.Va. Saturday, September 25, 19/0 Sale Time: 11:00 A.M. and 2 full brass beds (needs parts), metal bed wRh churns, stone Jars and Jugs, butter molds (round flat "irons, 18 piano rolls, kitchen cabinets, split beds, trunks (flat and camel back), pictures and glassware (depression), 2 oak rockers, oak lrror, oak buffet with small mlrrur, black walnut oak chair, straight back with claw feet, 2 [th spool legs, upholster chair, old grund-dad holder, wash stand with hand wringers, old 17, 1878), double mantle, old turn plow, dinner bed, treadle sewing machine. stove, Model T Ford tools, old odds and ends old corn pone pans, old post holq diggers, stave Burnside stove, marble top dresser, old-store ,er kettles, Victrolas, stand with wooden old oak barber shop cabinet, brass milk double bowled brass Ink well, iron toy cannon, ddies, picnic basket, old gas can, chiids straight hickory rocker, Tinnerton glass, copper machine, lamps, coal bin. RE ITEMS ON THE DAY OF THE SALE , LUNCH WILL BE SERVED RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS Col. Jerry Stout & Col. Roy Skinner You Won't need the "new math" to figure advantages of these Metropolitan income annuities which can provide and others who are qualified monthly income as long as they live. annuities are especially other employees PUblic schoois and to employees of non-profit charitable, educational literary and religious s because of special Federal provisions. Call today. J JR. leOoooleooeoo@oooos'eooeooegomogmem @ @ 26106 )2rr l e o the fuiure is now i 0 o e Insurance Company, N, Y., N. Y, • •eeeoeeeeoeeoeeeeeeeeeeeeee hardly knew if she was from Gilmer or Webster." Having given many years to the program in Webster she too pointed out many values to be derived through participation in Extension Homemakers Clubs. Those enjoying the event were: Clarice Scarff, Louella Mick, Elizabeth Corbett, Opal Hall, Mary Juergens, Madeline Rollyson, Mae Dwight, Virginia Berry, Mary Chenoweth, Gladys Butcher, Bessie Rollyson, Mattie Taylor, Mary Pletcher, Byrd Crites, Coleen Davison, Arthur Davison, Ethel Steorts, Martha Skidmore, Inez Cogar, Ola Perkins, Marie Brosius, Blossom Claypool, Pauline Perkey, Gladys Thomas, Polly LaFon, Pearl Long, Ruth Loyd, Bill McGinnis, Ruth McGinnis, Irene Moore, Pauline Mick, Thelma Houston and Orbie Berry all of Braxton County. Mrs. Clark Hardman, Mary Harvey, Norma Wright, Rev. G.B. VanHorn, Roscoe Thompson, Wanna Lowther, Opal VanHorn and Estella Thompson of Gilmer County. From Webster came Clara Hull, Mable Cool, Ruby Rogers, Georgie McCourt, Mae Kee Weese, James Weese, Thelma Pickens, Bertha Hammond, and Ruby Holland, Extension Agent assisting with home economics programs in the three counties. Rainbow to install new officers Beverly Hamric New Worthy Advisor The Order of Rainbow for Girls, Glenville Assembly No. 50, will have open installation on September 26, at 7:00 p.m. Miss Beverly Hamric, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. "Red" Hamric of 103 North Lewis St., will be installed as Worthy Advisor for the ensuing term. Miss Hamric's theme is Life, her colors are yellow and white, her flower is the orchid, and her symbol is the butterfly. Her song is "Mor- ning Has Broken" and her poem is "Today is the First Day of the Rest of Your Life." The other officers are: Worthy Associate Advisor-Fran Davis; Charity-Diane Smith; Hope- Margaret Chico; Faith-Barbara Lay; Treasurer-Karen Stevens; Recorder-Kelly Davis; Chaplain- Marlene Hickman; Drill Leader- Tammy Collins; Love-Sherri Gainer; Religion-Myra Chico; Nature-Dee Dee Fox; Immortality- Lynette Boggs; Fidelity-Julie Coffman; Patriotism-Sandi Gainer; Service-Patty White; Confidential Observer-Patty Kirchbeg; Outer Observer-Rose Ann Reale; Musician-Shelly Morris; Choir Director-Heather Wilson; Mother Advisor-Jo Ann Montgomery. Miss Hamric's installing officers are Installing Officer-Karen Bush; Installing M arshall-Shelly Adolfson; Installing Recorder-Tanya Turner; Installing Chaplain-Judy Davisson; and Installing Musician-Anita Harold. The installation is open to the public and everyone is invited to attend. The installation is held at the Masonic Lodge on College Street. HEARING TEST SET FOR GLENVILLE W. VIRGINIA Electronic hearing test will be given 8l the Conrad Hole/ in GlenviJin each third Wednesday of the month from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. by Mr. Kemper Hyre, Certified Hearing Aid Audioiojgist. BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICE 442-B. W. Pike St. Clarksburg, W.Va. 26301 ===================== By the News Bird Mr. and Mrs. Donald Roe and family and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Reed from Taylor, Mich., visRed Mr. and Mrs. Theron Rose over the Labor Day weekend. Mrs. Mary Johnson, from Phoenix, Ariz., has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Bessie Reed on Lick Run. ,Mr. Reed celebrated her 84th birthday September 7. She received a birthday greeting from President and Mrs. Gerald Ford. Mrs. Reed is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Virginia Leeson, in Parkersburg and son Virgil and family of Barlow, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Yeater of West Union and Mary Lou Lynch of Parkersburg were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Oral Spurgeon's. Miss Linda Cox visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hinter Thursday evening. Mrs. Mabel Cole and Annie Bowen attended a homecoming near Big Issac on Sunday. Mrs. Nannie Lowther visited a nephew at Troy a few days last week. Mrs. Frankie Langford and Ada Beard are visiting friends and relatives in Ohio. Mrs. Mildred Radcliff suffered a badly sprained ankle when she fell on the lawn of her home. The Glenvflle Democrat/Pathfinder 3 :::.:..:.::::::.'.;:.;::::::::::.:::::::.:;::.:.: :;::;::.:::'::::::e';::;;:::.b:':::`:;:::.:.::.::::.:::::::::::.::::::.:::;: / Mr. and Mrs. Charles Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Porter and Jack Porter were in Waynesburg, Pa., last Thursday to attend a funeral for their aunt, Mrs. Jessie Grim. She was 92. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Porter and Jack Porter were in Waverly, WV last Saturday for the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cosgrove. They are Don Porter's parents. Mrs. Dennis (Ruth) McHenry of Massillon, Ohio, was called home September 10 due to the illness of her father, French Barker. He was taken to the St. Mary's Hospital in Clarksburg where he was a patient for several days. He is now at home in Sand Fork convalescing. Sherwood Barker of Dover, Ohio, son of the French Barkers, was home also, due to the illness of his father. A well has been drilled on the Joe Matheny property and a well is now being drilled on the Paul Cox property on Big Run. Mrs. Thelma Radcliff visited her father Mr. Gary Bonnet and Virgie and Lora, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Markert from Reading, Pa., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaherty. Mr. and Mrs, John J. Mensore, 343 Clark Drive, New Martinsville, announce the birth of their fourth child, second son, Edward Russel. He was born September 8, at Ohio Valley General Hospital, Wheeling. He weighed 8 pounds, 7 ounces and was 21˝ inches long. Mrs. Mensore is the former Tulane Bouch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russel Edward Bouch of Glenville. Paternal grandparents are Mrs. John C. Mensore of New Martinsville and the late John C. Mensore. The Mensore's other children are : Michelle, 9 years old, John Charles, 4 years old and Nicole, 2 years old. Mrs. Catherine W. Aker of Dallas, Texas, visited her mother, Mrs. H.F. Withers and the Jesse Lillys over the Labor Day holidays. Eunice Messenger of Elyria, Ohio and her daughter Mrs. Sheita Hales of Wellington, Ohio are visiting Eunice's sister Macel James of Normantown. .....AI"rEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY Copen Creek Church Sunday School every Sunday at I0 a.m., preaching services every second Sunday at 9:45 a.m. Letter Gap Community Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m. Preaching every 1st and 5th Sunday at 11 a.m. by Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick. United Methodist Glenvme Circuit 1st Sunday: Ellis 10 a.m., Blackburn 11 a.m., College St. 7:30 p.m.; 2nd Sunday: Otterbein 10 a.m., College St. 11 a.m., Oak Grove, 7 p.m.; 3rd Sunday: Oak Grove 10 a.m., College St. 11 a.m., Otterbein 7:30 p.m.; 4th Sunday: Otterbein 10 a.m., College St. 11 a.m., Oak Grove 7 p.m. No service on 5th Sunday. Troy United Methodist Circuit 1st Sunday: Liberty at Hurst, 10 a.m., Vadis at 11 a.m., 2nd Sunday: Cox's Mills 10 a.m., Troy 11 a.m., Doyle Chapel 7 p.m., 3rd Sunday: Troy 10 a.m., and Mt. Earnest 11 a.m., 4th Sunday: Upper Ellis 11 a.m., No service on 5th Sunday. Rhodes Chapel, Memorial Church Little Bull Run Sunday School at 10 a.m. every Sunday. Preaching Services every third Sunday at 11:00 a.m. by Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick. Stewarts Creek Church Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m. Preaching each Second Sunday morning with Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick. Tanner United Methodist Church 1st Sunday - Mt. Liberty 10 a.m., Trace Fork at 11 a.m. Youth meeting at parsonage 6:30 p.m. 2nd Sunday Tanner 11 a.m., 7 p.m. Crooked Run. 3rd Sunday Roseville 10 a.m., Trace Fork 6:30 p.m., 4th Sunday same as second. Prayer meeting 7 p.m. every night. Crooked Run Methodist Church Preaching every second and fourth Sunday, 7:00 p.m. Bible study and sing every first and third Sunday, 7:00 p.m. Old fashioned sing every fourth Saturday( 7:00 p.m. Public invited. Seventh Day Adventist Dial Truth 462-8333. Saturday - Bible Study 10 a.m. Worship service at 11 a.m. Church of God of Prophecy Dusk Camp Sunday School - 10 a.m., Morning Worship - 11 a.m. Pastor I.B. Groves, V.L.B. Youth Service, Sunday 6 p.m., Evangelistic Service, Sunday 7:30 p.m., Mid-week Service - 7:30 p.m., Wednesday. Church of God Powell St., Glenville Pentecoetni Sunday, morning worship, I0 a.m., Sunday evening worship services, 7:30. Wednesday, mid- week services, 7:30. Trinity United Methodist Gospel Tabernacle Non-denomlnational Walnut St. Sunday School at 10 a.m. and Sunday services at 7:30 p,m. Prayer meetings Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Gospel Mission Sand Fork There will be regular services Friday night at the gospel mission. Dusk Camp Methodist Church Sunday School - IO a.m, Prayer Meeting - Thursday. 7 p.m., Preaching, 2nd Sunday a II a.m. First Baptist Church Sday - Worship service at 9 a.m.; Church School for all ages at 9:45 a.m.; Choir Rehearsal at 10:30 a.m.; Morning Worship at 11 a.m. - nursery provided; Evening Wor- ship Series on the Holy Spirit at 8 p.m. Wednesday - Prayer and Bible Study at 8 p.m. Pentecostal Church River St. Second and Fourth Saturday evening Service, 7 p.m. Sunday service at 7 p.m. Wednesday evening service at 7:30 p.m. Church of Christ, Sunday - Bible Service, 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship at 7 p.m. Wednesday - Midweek ser- vice at 7 p.m. Good Shepherd Catholic Church Mineral Rd., Glenvil/e Leading Creek Baptist Church Thursday, Sept. 28--Junior Choir Sunday School at 10 a.m. for grades 1-6 will rehearse at 6 p.m. Preaching Services on first The Sanctuary Choir will rehearse Sunday of month by Rev. Harry at 7 p.m. Miller. Next Sunday begins Christian Friday, ]uly 30 there will be a Education Week. World Communion sing in the church at 7:30 p.m. Sunday is October 3. Sunday-Eucharist Celebration at 11:15 a.m. Fr. Michael Rooney. Glenville Presbyterian Church Sunday - Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Service for the Lord's Day at :ll a.m. THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS URGE YOU :to GO TO CHURCH DAVIS CLOTHING STORE "Clothing for Moderns" 202 E. Main St. Glenvi]]e, W. Va. GLENVILIJ! FORD SALES Ford Sales & Service Robert B. Chapman Main St. Glenville CALHOUN SUPER SERVICE, INC. 102-O4 S. Lewis Gienville COMMUNrrY SUPER MARKEr Glenville Phone 462-8863 SUMMERS PHARMACY At Your Service Glenville, W. Va. Ph. 4432-7373 GLENVILLE MIDLAND CO. aothin 8 for the Whole Family Main St. Glenville KANAWHA UNION BANK Complete Banking Service Member FDIC Ph. 462-7341 DRAKE'S QUAKI STATE SERVICE Bulk Gasoline, Fuel Oil Lubricatin 8 oJl8 and greases Ph, 46-7868 ]]dwin, NV GILMER GRAPHICS, INC. All Your Printing Needs Glenvflle, WV • CONkD HOTEL & RESTAURANT Goo Food - Reasonable Prices 101 So. Court Ph. 462-7391 ]AMRIC'S JEWELRY QualttV Jewelry - Watch Repair lOq E. Mah St. Gienville WILLI, AM$ GROCERY AND EXXON STATION B.PI. [lack] Low• Noemantown Weet Sinla Your Home,town Newspapers The Glen wiUe Democrat The Glem dlle Pader