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29, 1988 Salad Luncheon County Cancer the home of Ber- 21 and annual Salad be held October 25 United Methodist Women in and friends Society will be salad dona- of the previous read and ap- the following re- given: Treasurer, and Service. also discussed the sale. The 1-3/4 are packed in attractive Currier & and are protected plastic shrink seal. Thcy make ideal gifts, and may be secured form members of the Cancer Society or at other desig- nated places in Glenville. The new Area Director, John Cooper, was present for this meeting. Refreshments were served by the hostess to: John Cooper, Mary Berry, Mary Davidson, Rita Huff, Ellenora Homer, Mabel Wolfe, Hope Peele, Eloise Wolfe, Roxy Ellyson and Rosa Belle Gainer. As in the past years, we ear- nestly request your support of our organization in all of our endeavors to "wipe out cancer in our lifetime" through education, research and treatment. YOU do make a difference! on Aging announces work course CHAPMAN'S AUTO SALES Post, Executive the Central West Agency on Aging, that tim School at West Virginia Will be conducting a "Basic Social in the Area Aging conference Florida St. in Buck- 13, 1988 from to 4:30 p.m. The one of a series of- West Virginia continuing educa- for Social Continu- Unit credits will for the course which to the continuing for li- and may be used methods of practice for those holding licenses. Mr. Bob Musick, Community Support Services Coordinator of Valley Community Mental Health Center, Morgantown, will be presenter. The purpose of the course will be to identify the nature of effective helping relations and the nature of effec- tive communications. Difficult helping situations will be identi- fied and helpful strategies will he suggested. Purposeful, pro- fessional communications skills as the basis for building effec- tive helping relationships will be emphasized. The fee for the course is $40.00 and pre-registration is required no later than ten days before the start of the course. If you are interested in participat- ing in this course #ease call Mrs. Post at 472-0395 or WVU at 293-3501 for a registration form. Reunion held September 25 annual Jones Re- Sunday, Septem- at the Gilmer Center. and friends A wonderful meal was enjoyed bY Cody Moyers, Mr. and Mrs. John Fox and children, Robbie, John Thomas, Jason and Dustin, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jones, Anna Jones, Mavis Cole, Lyndall Jones and son Jeremy were: Mr. Jones, Mr. and Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Drake, Pa- Sarah Drake, Re- David Sims, Mr. Rickman, Ra- Tina Rickman, Terry Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Frymier, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gerid Stevens, Gary Wolfe, Shawn and Mr. and Mrs. Don Fox and children, Amy, Matthew, Sarah, Alayna, Aaron and Adam, Mrs. and Mrs. Larry Jones, Steve Jones, Emily Jones, Elizabeth Jones, Madeline Davison, Way- nema Pritt, Mary Woofter, Mr. and Mrs. Dana Jones, Nathaniel Jones, Jonathan Jones, Matthew Jones, Bill Ingrarn, Jack Whit- ing, George Ellison, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Simmons, Foster {3ather, Gerald Cather, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Hamitt, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Frymier, Margue- rite Queen, Jewell Jones, Clark Wilson, Bobby Wilson, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jones. sets bi-partisan Candidate Night Branch of the Association Women) is finaliz- for the hi-partisan Night meeting to be Monday, October Gilmer County This is an that will provide the public an op- meet, listen to, and those candi- are seeking of- November General in this up have been con- the following have their represen- to be present at this candidates are Sheriff; Carol Richard Gem El- Commission; a representing Governor; House of Dele- Burke, Secre- candidates are Congressional and Jeniver Jones, Supreme Court Justices; Bill Hart representing Arch A. Moore, Jr, Governor;, Jay Wolfe or his representative, U. S. Sen- ate; Tom Greene, Jr., State Senator; Greg Nicholson, County Commission; and Butch Drake, House of Delegates. Non-partisan Board of Educa- tion candidates are Mona Hinlde James; Aethel Jones; and Don Voytish. [ 1 Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Jones returned to Glenville from a 2-1/ 2 month motor home trip. They toured Fairbanks, Anchorage, Homer and Valdez and the De- hal National Park while in Alaska. Returning to the "Lower 48" they visited Jasper and Banff National Parks in Canada. Also, they spent three days in the Teton National Park in Wyo- ming, and four days in the Rocky Mt. National Park in Colorado. On the way back to Glenville they visited their sons in Iowa City, Iowa and Cincinnati, Ohio. Display of fresh vegetables and squash souffle at the Home. maker's meeting. The Glenvllle I mocrat.Paihflnder 3 Local Youths participate in Rotary Leadership Program Two local young people were recently selected to participate in the upcoming Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) Pro- gram to be held at Jackson's Mill, near Weston, September 30 through October 2, 1988. The RYLA Program is spon- sored by District 753 Rotary Clubs and provides the opportu- nity for selected ninth grade stu- Amy Orogg, the daughtor of Toby' and Brenda Orogg, and David Rich, the son of Harry Rich. The RYLA Program started in District 753 last year and was highly successful. The West Virginia program is under the same guidelines as similar pro- grams in France, Australia, and dents to receive training in the Argentina. fundamentals of leadership and Schools and parents inter- responsibility towards their ested in more information about communities. RYLA should contact local Re- Two Gilmer County High tary President Rormle Faulkner students have been chosen to or the currant District Governor represent Gilmer County at the of 753, Mr. Eml Neslus of RYLA Conference. They are Morgantown. "Using Fall Vegetables" September theme for Baldwin Homemakers The president, Eva Black, called the meeting of the Bald- win Homemakers to order. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited by all and everyone sang "God Bless America," and recited "The Lord's Prayer." The guest speaker was Earl Nichleson, who talked on the Red Cross drive. The president passed out a petition to be signed to keep the movie "The Last Temptation of Christ" out of our Movie Thea- ters. Lucille Messenger presented the lesson on "Fall Vegetables," along with a display of fresh vegetables, plus a Squash Souffle dish that was in the les- son, with everyone sampling it. Minutes were read and ap- proved and the treasurers report was given. In the Roll Call, 14 members were present and 12 absent. Committee reports were also given. The Club voted to give the Red Cross $20.00 and the Club voted to give the March of Dimes $5.00, The Safety Committee gave out book markers on Buckle Up. Mrs. Armeca Richards won the door prize, a basket of fresh vegetables. Delicious refreshments were served by Mary Harvey and Lela Moneypenny. S. S. Stasel, MT named SJMH Employee of the Month S.S. (Susie) Stasel, MT, As- sistant Laboratory Supervisor for the Stonewall Jackson Me- morial Hospital (SJMH) in Weston, has been named as the hospital "Employee of the Month" for September. In her nomination for the award, Stasel was cited for her years of skilled service in a department that pro- vides vital diagnostic informa- tion for the care and treatment of patients at the hospital. As the employee of the month, Stasel will receive a sav- ings bond, use of a specially- marked parking space and will become eligible for "Employee of the Year" honors at the end of 1988. S. S. (Susie) Stasei ] A Lewis County native, Stasel graduated from Weston High School before receiving her Bachelor of Science Degree in Medical Technology from Visiting Hazel and John Moore Sunday, were June and Louise Moore. Mike Hess hit a deer with his pickup on the way home from work Thursday morning. It broke out his right front head- light and ruined his grill. Visiting at the Buck White residence on Spruce Run were Buck's mother, Mrs. Edith Mel- ton, his brother and sister-in- and her two children, Steven and Robin. Also visiting were their children, Martin Dale and De- lores Hess and their children, and Mike and Rhonda Hess. The Little Kanawha Citizens for Progress, met on Sunday af- ternoon, with Buck White offici- ating. We were informed by a County Commissioner that a few short years ago, Gilmer County was number two in pros- Alderson.Broaddus College in Philippi. The daughter of Mrs. Freeda Stasel and the late H. R. Stasel, she has worked in the clinical laboratory at SJMH since joining hospital staff in 1963. Stasel holds certification in medical technology from the American Society of Clinical Pathology (ASCP) and is a member of the West Virginia law, Carmel and Dee White, of perity in the state of West Vir- State Society of Medical Tech- Ohio, .51 Ir, .............. , nologists. In her leisure time A'l-figthy disciJssioa f0t- ,2,he jo sl f, d/ gar, Riley. lowed as to how to bring back dening, especially roses. Stasel Rose Girardin and Nora Stoneking went grocery shop- ping in Glenville Thursday. We are pleased to report that the CottriU Saw Mill is utilizing all usable timber that they har- vest. They are even making 4x4's and one-inch lumber out of the tree tops, as well as all possible cuts form the shorter logs. Our congratulations and compliments go to them! Our natural resources are some of our most precious assets, and should never be wasted. Tiny Hess ran over the bank a little with his automobile Sun- day morning. Luckily he did not overturn and there were no inju- ries. The Greenlief boys were able to pull his car hack onto the road. We are glad you were not hurt Tiny. Bessie Heater and Rose Gi- rardin attended the woman's seminar at the L. D. S. Stake Center in Sissonsville, Saturday evening. The classes were, as al. ways, excellent. Visiting the Girardins Friday were brother and sister, Delbert and Adeta Jenson from Utah, and sister Sadie Hannah of Gas- saway. Visiting the Dale Hess home on Sunday were Nancy Mccord some of this lost prosperity. The concensus reached by all present was, that without proper access roads to and within the county, this would be impossible. We are pushing for the upgrading of Route 5, as weU as the proper upgrading and maintenance of the existing and pertinent secon- dary state roads here in the county. We were informed that an in- dustrial survey has just been completed by the Commission- ers, and that efforts are being made to atu'act businesses in oil, gas and hardwood industries. Monday night October 3rd, there is to be a candidates forum at the Recreation Center. It would help if all interested par- ties would be them to make Gilmer County needs known. It has occurred to me that none of this is going to do any good until we clean up our roads and waterway's. Who's coming to see all of this trash, and who wants to fish for fish that they are afraid to eat? In order to prosper we have to shake the leaches, (Welfare Fraud) and clean up our landscape. Hazel Stump is home again after a visit out west to see her son. currently resides in Weston. People believe if you walk into a spider's web, you will get a letter. 10 Welt Main St. Glenvllle, W /2tk151 Pllone 462-80 Open Mon.-Frl. 74 U Feed Fntlvs. 4,452 mi. 11541)5 Ill Ford NgalkJ,000 ml. $48 87 Elort. 2 dlr., 15 10 ml. IW! TauruL 4 dr., etd., air, N IbrcLm/Coupr. 2S,.113 mL I )IIS N Chevy emll . 21,000 mi. 86 Ford Tempo. Auto, $52115 116 Ford Temp. Sld., Jr. Monte 41I, oo0 ml. :.Is om=ll . Clm IlU 04 F. x,t mXt I:=U IB Ford Ranger. Clean, 112,000. $6 Ford 1:150. 4x4, tSrd)S Ford Ranger. Locally owned. S640S. II I II IIIII I II II and take advantage of our Early Shoppers' Discount Save 10% on any 1988 Wish Book order of $100.00or more_through October 19 only Extra Capacity Washer-S348.99 Large Capacity Dryer-S262.99 18 cubic foot Refrigerator-S483.99 ...with Ice Maker-S564.99 15 cubic foot Chest Freezer-S304.99 .8 Microwave Oven-S179.99 ...all Include shipping Other appliances at comparable values. Stop in and check them out at your Sears Catalog Store 405 N. Lewil St. Glenville, WV 26351 Loshes announce birth of fourth child! Lonnie and Barbara Losh would like to announce the birth of their fourth child, a daughter, Angel Dawn. She weighed eight pounds, eight ounces, and was welcomed home by her brothers, Michael, Bobby and Joe. Paternal grandparents are Lonnie and Nancy Losh, and maternal grandparents are Dale and Mary Shaffer. Paternal great-grandmothers are Genevieve Jones and Pcad Hoover, and maternal great- grandparents are Starling Shaf- fer and Maggie Godfrey. Glenville HOURS: 8:30-5:30 Mon.-Fri. 8:30-2:00 Sat. (Business) 462-8300 (Home) 462-7695 CHRISTlVIAS CLUB The last date for payment on your 1988 Christmas Club is Saturday, October 15, 1988. Christmas Club checks will be in the mail by Friday, October 28, 1988. Gi 'tt3u Mom Mox'Y Ttx Mont"t