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September 26, 1975

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IIIIII September 25. 1975 Me/asses Festival to h bald at Amoldsbw| The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder Wirt FFA.4.11 beef 3 of Delta Gilmer and 20 at Glenville State Brown. associate at GSC. and at Gassaway were initiated meeting. appointed chairman for members informed Other items Circulation of the ALPHA PHI STATE edited by Emma chapter members fifth year as a vice-president. program "Positivie Action." Overview of the "'Emerging Zeta at the First Novem- the Saturday lean Woofter. West. Edith Rogers, Ethel Aurelia CAA effort job IMp te are@ tells There will be a meeting of the Gilmer County Democrat Women's Club on Monday. September 29. 7 p.m. at City Hall to finalize plans for the Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner. All members are urged to attend. Sec l Secw rec ieats sbo U report clmqHf. People getting monthly social security payments should notify the Social Security Administration now if they plan to move soon. according to V.T. Handiey. social security district manager in Clarksburg. "Prompt notice wfl] help assure delivery of your social security check your new address without delay or interruption." he said. A move can be reported on the change-of-address form printed on the back of the envelope in which the social security check is delivered. I I IIII If you wish to have personal announcements published here. #ease send them to F~Jitor. GlenvWe Democrat, GlenviUe. ~ 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. The annual picnic for Science and Mathematics faculty was held this past weekend at Ralph and Annette Berne's farm on Alice Road. Those attending were: Nellie and Byrl Law. daughter Jeannie and grandson Joshua; John and Mary White: John and Ruth Chisler. Jennifer and Judy and friend Cynthia: Lowell and Marilyn Paterson and sons; Frank and Pat Jenio and sons: Susan Bame and Jill Crutchfield: and Mildred Disko. U.S. Army Private Michael Brady of Shock recently completed basic training at Ft. Leonard Wood. Me. He received two expert badges in basic rifle marksmanship and one badge in grenades. The Youth Group of the Oak Grove United Methodist Church of Baldwin sponsored a progran and fellowship supper in honor of those in the community over 70 years of age. The program was presented by Kent Woofter. Cindy Stewart. Maria Holgate. Dawne Wolfe and Youth Leaders David and Sherry Jones. The group presented those over 70 with a souvenir gift. They were MarT Skinner. Flossie Woofter. Russell and Amanda Messenger, Minter Carson, Jennings Moss. and Brant and Bertha Snyder. A special gift was given to the oldest person present. Mrs. Ethel Berry. 8=1 years, Others present were: Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wolfe: Mr. and Mrs. John Hays: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Woofter; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolfe; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Black: Mr. and Mrs. Deward Black; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stewart: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Holgate: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Radcliff. Eddie and Ann; Mrs. Art Small. Greg and Jeff; Mrs. Alton Skinner. Crystal and Alton Lane; Ray. and Mrs. Mills and daughters; Lenise Lukehart; and James E. Snyder. Wa/aat bayial statiaas schedaled by Farmers in West Virginia will have two walnut buying stations this year according to Agriculture Commission- er Gus R. Douglas. The Hammons Walnut Products Co. will pay $3 per hundred pounds for freshly hulled walnuts. The markets will open at 8 a.m. at the Parkersburg Farmers Market and Weston Farmers Market. The receiving stations will be open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday each week until November 14. The Eighth Annual Molasses Festival will be held at West Fork Park in nearby Arnoldsburg, just west of Stumptown on Rt. 119, September 25-27. Festival activities include exhibits. molasses making, pancake supper. country music, a chicken barbecue and games. For general information, interested persons may contact Deward Offutt in Millstone, 6558374. Exhibitors may contact Victor Brannon in Arnoldsburg 6558996. The annual Wirt County F.F.A. 4-H Beef Barbeque will be held Saturday, October 4, at the Wirl County High School Cafeteria, Elizabeth. Serving is from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Menu will be our own special recipe of Barbecued Beef, green beans, baked potatoes, cole slaw, - tomatoes, celery, carrots, home baked pies, coffee and iced tea, The beef is being donated by the Wirt County Bank. Proceeds from the event will be used to further the work of Wirt County 4-H boys and girls and Wirt Chapter of F.F.A. members. ,I Glenville, W. Vs. Phone 462- 7660 LICENSED MORTICIANS J.J. Spurgeon, Pres. OCT. 5- OCT. 9 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH GLENVILLE, W.VA. SPEAKING - THE REV. BHJ. SNIDER Pastor Union Valley Church Parkersburg, WoVa. Sunday - "Is Your God Too Small?" Monday - "Is Your Religion Too Narrow?" {Family Night} Tuesday - "'Is Your Faith Too Narrow?" {College Night} Wednesday - "The Best Of Two Worlds" {Youth Night} Thursday - "A Royal Invitation" Pot Luck Dinner and Discussion 6:30 Marriage Enrichment Class ,~o,.,.oo,o... ...... . ~.~~..~.~..~~*~~*~~~*~*~*~*~*~*.~.~.~4~`~ Standing Timber or ...ATTEND THE CHURCH A SOMENW'THTiAm2eor/an2s'OSK'D OGS" OF YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY YEAR AROUND HAULING FOR LOG TRUCKS. Mary Ruth Hutchison. i CALL OR WRITE IAadtn8 Cr~k Baptist Church First Baptist Church Otterbein United Methodist nie Hamrick, i Mark Ellis Sunday School each week at I0 Sunday. Sept. 28 - Church Church Rt. 5 a.m. Services on second Sunday inschool for all ages, new class for Sunday, Sept. 28 - Homecom- Karen Fredin. i Forester ~man, Roberta month during August and Septem- college students and young adultsing. . Mary Berry. bar.Rev. Harry Miller, Pastor. couples, nursery provided, 9:45 Church service; 10 a.m. with Cox, and i COASTAL LUMBER COMPANY i a.m. Morning worship, 11 a.m. guest speakers and singers. Go=pal Mission Church Evening service 7 p.m. alternating Luncheon. noon in church PO Box 218 ! Sand Fork weeks of preaching, music, basement everyone welcome. i Gassaway 26624. West Virginia i Regular services on Friday nightmovies, special speakers. i Phone: 304-364*5986 ! at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 1 - Prayer" Good Shepherd Catholic Church and Bible study. 7 p.m. Choir Mineral Road, 61envllle Sunday. Sept. 28- Eucharist i i Crooked Run Methodist Church practice, 8 p.m. tfety. CounclFs ............... , ................................. ," Preaching every second anc Thursday, Sept. 25 - Junior:, CelebrationG ne , 11:15 a.m.pM a.Prayer.Fr. David ........... fourth Sunday 7:3Q,p.m.~ mbl@ . High Fallowlhi~ 4i~~;~. :. "4i~'2:5'13b: ..... ............. " Study and sing evei'y "~r~t~&nd~ after school at 4:15 p.m. Junior UOurse will be i " : State College this If you won't be getting a i third Sunday, 7:30 p.m. High choir, 6 p.m. SeventhDay Adventist ty p~ple who Old fashioned sing every fourth Letter Gap Community Saturday, Sept. 27 - Bible tang the pension.., read this.., i Saturday. 7:30 p.m. Public invited, schoolSundaY'at 10 a.m.Sept'Preaching28 - SundaYevery StudY,ll a.m.10 a.m. Worship Service at by the ; Stowarts Cr~k Church New Life Revival and the West : Many people are not covered by a pension : first Sunday by Ray. Glenn Geepel Baptist Chapel : Sunday School every Sunday at Kirkpatrick, 11 a.m. will be taught - : program with their employer. ." 10 a.m. Preaching each second Sept. 24-29- Bobby Smith and Safety : If youre one of them. thereisnow atax- Sunday morning and fourth TroyUuitedMelhod~tCircuJt Pleasant Grove Youth. 7 p.m. "A" of " deferred way for you to build towmd your : Sunday night with Rev. Glenn Sunday. Sept. 28 - Troy. 10 Sunday. Sept. 21 - Services 3 p.m. Police. : own retirement fund , : Kirkpatrick. a.m. Upper Ellis, 11 a.m. at Recreation Center, of eight hours : With a Metropolitan Individual Retirement : United Methodist Circuit Glenville Church of Clu-iat be held on : , Rhosdes Chapel Memm-ial Church Sunday, Sept. 28 - Otterbein GlenvWe 6. and 8 from Program you can defer taxes each year : Little Bull Bun 10 a.m.. College St., 11 a.m. Oak Sunday, Sept. 28 - Bible on up to 15% of your income or $1,500. : Sunday School every Sunday at Grove. 7 p.m. Service. 10:30 a.m. Evening : whichever is less. by putting this income 10 a.m. Preaching ever~j first Worship at 7 p.m. Pentecostal Church, River St. ce~'ae will be $8. : to work to help assure your future : Sunday by Ray. Gaylord Vanhorn Wednesday, Oct. 1 - Mid-. had a drivers " Second and fourth Satur- is eligible for : financial security. : and every third Sunday by Rev, day Evening Service, 7 p.m. week service at 7 p.m. points on : A pension is nice to look forward to. But Glenn girkpatrick. Prayer Sunday, Sept. 28 - Evening GlenvllJe Presbyterian Church get three {3) -" if it'S not in the cards for you. give me a ., meetings on Wednesdays, 7 p.m. Service, 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Sept. 28 - Sunday their driving call and I'll show you what Metropolitan. Wednesday, Oct. 1 - Evening School. 9:45 a.m. Service for the course. : Church of Ged Service, 7:30 p.m. Lord's Day at 11 a.m. in taking the .. can do to take its place. , Powell St. GlenvWe The phone : 813 Grand Central Avenue : Thursday, Sept. 25- Bible extension 281. ." Vienna. W.Va. 26105 . Study continuing on with Acts. " i : Office: 13041 295-4561 . Sunday, Sept. 28 - Sunday Residence (304) 295-5353 : School at IO:00 a.m. with Morning 7, Worship services at 11:00 with the : Pastor. Rev. Michael Edwards. ~ ": *" Monday. Sept. 29 - Ladies : Willing Worker Band meeting at ~ :~ : Where lucre is ~ : 7:30 at the church. ~ ~ ~:~ ~% " " - : : Trinity United Metlm