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Feeder ce/f robs mt ./edks 's I/// out last Bradford County of dinner County at the Hotel BaYard Young his coilec- ~her primitive arrow- Mrs. suggested Society's by the develop Persons who the history the 76 published year, Mrs. The Jackson's Mill Regional Demonstration Feeder Calf Sales will be held on October 2 and 9, starting at 2 p.m. at the Jackson's Mill Sale Arena. Calves for the first sale will be received starting Tuesday and Wednesday, October 1. from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Calves for the second sale will be received starting Tuesday, October 7, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and Wednesday. October 8. from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The first sale will consist mainly of Herefords and Charolais Cross. and the second sale will have Herefords. Angus and Crossbreds. Calves will be weighed off the truck, graded into uniform lots accordi_ffg to sex. size and quality. Anyone interested in bringing calves to the sales that are not already consigned may do so by contacting Everett Mason, Extension Agent. a name to be contribute defray cost sew Calhoun- located on of Grantsville, }, at at the In Several other from the for a crowd of to Earl the Center. from to the been hard at b Vod =d.Md te Rqtea II rating According to B. Cardell Murphy. local president of Retired School Employees. the Gilmer County Associa- tion will be host to a Region It Training Conference on Wednesday. October 8, in the ballroom of Glenvige State College. Director of the Conference, which is sponsored by NRTA. is Dr. Alton Childers of Smithburg. Representatives from NRTA and WVARSE will assist with the Conference which is a training session for officers and chairpersons from Gilmer and the twelve surounding counties that make up Region II, The meeting will get under way with a coffee session from 9 to 9:30 a.m. continue through lunch, which will be served in the ballroom, and con- clude at 2 p.m. Beryl Langfor~L chairman of local arrangements, has announced that of there will be free visitor parking in the ~a ~ ~ ~@toe~ lmm~'=z'~a~ lot. be here to our other ...... mira to draw nrk core- Center will school. The to ts~d learning to question COurses and will touring the It Snider of special the First The theme a currently Baptfst GSC students Dabble Erwin of Glenville and Carol Hilleary will present their work in a Senior Art Exhibit on Thursday and Friday, October 2 and 3 at the Multi-purpose Room of the Pioneer Center at Glenville State College. The display will be varied and will include oils. watercolors, graphics, drawings, ceramics and weaving, with many items for sale. The exhibit will be open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. beth days and everyone is welcome to come and view the show. in this religious co. mtio; State for nine ministry. Baptist the J e-# school invited to each and Democrat and and at The Family Album If you wish to have personal announcements published here. please send them to Editor, GienviUe Democrat, Glen~lle, 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. Timer race/yes USA pre tiom S1~5 Reginald Turner Reginald A. Turner. son of Harless and Roseann Turner. has been promoted to Sp5. He is a member of ==, the US.Army let Cavalry Division Band "" at Ft. Hood. Texas. He is a 1973 graduate of Gilmer County HS. and attended Glenville State College prior to his enlistment. A.L TwNr ce/e tes Mrtldq AL.Turner was honored Sunday. September 21 on the occassion of his 8Oth birthday with a surprise party at his Letter Gap home. Mr, Turner. a lifetime resident of Gilmer County. was born in 1895. Joining in the celebration were his wife. LennJs Kuhl Turner: Harold and IFene Turner: Carolyn and Richard Tum~. Harper Turnei': Hobart and Patty Turner: Harless. Rose and Angie Turner: Heryl, Tonabell. Randy. Loralee. Rowena and Rodney Turner: Bill Schosnfeldt; Gary and Mayme McNemar; and Lowell. Lash. Leone and Lore McNemar. Trfmity Me edist to offer aftw.sci prqNms Trinity United Methodist Church has announced four after-school programs for children from grades one through six. The programs will be Monday evenings. October 6. 13, 20 and 27. from 4 to 7 p.m. Children are invited to come and participate in classes, crafts and music. Dinner will be served each evening. Miss June Nonnenberg is coordinating the program. Gilmer County HS. band members will conduct a "walkathon" Saturday. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. throughout the county to line up sponsors who will help pay expenses for a trip to Baltimore. Md. The band is scheduled to perform in a Bicentennial parade the weekend of October II. Marine Corporal Charles W. Crisplip. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Crislip of Linn. has reported for duty with the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing. Marine Corps Air Station. Cherry Point. N.C. m=mv There will be a chicken supper Saturday, October 4 from 4 to 8 at the Miss Connie Ruth Peggs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Verald A. Peggs of Baltimore. Md. and Bobby Brown. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown of VVhite Pine Community Building. Baltimore, Md. were married August Proceeds will go to the cemetery bridge 30 at the Fulton Avenue Baptist Church fund. and will make their home in Baltimore. E0tIBI We wish to express our deep gratitude to our relatives, friends, and neighbors for the lovely tributes paid in honor of our deer one's one-hundredth birthday, Laura Marshall. A special thanks for the beautiful flowers; Cards from President Gerald Ford, Congressmen Slack and Mollohan, Senators Byrd and Randolph, and Governor Arch Moore. Also, to Harold Summers of Oklahoma, and Delegate Billy Burke. And, the special tribute from Evangelist Billy Graham. We also appreciate the rmv coverage by the Glenville Democrat and by Bayard Young of The PerkersbUrg Ne s. All of these tributes will be remembered, for making a memorable day for the family. Mr. and Mrs. Rut# Hal~ Mr. and Mrs. Robert VanHorn Mr. and Mrs. Everett B. Ellison of 420 Charles St. celebrated their thirty-fifth wedding anniversary Satur- day, September 27, with a trip to Case to ride the Scenic Railroad to the top of the Bald Knob. Those making the trip were children and their families: Larry Joe and Carol Ford. Clendenin: Blair and leanine Ellison. Spencer: Douglas and Judith Riggle, Akron. O: David and Deborah Ellison. Glenville: and grand- sons Mike, Timmy Ford and Matthew Ellison. Recent weekend guests of Mrs. Bertha Wagner were Mr. and Mrs. Donal Lomas of Massillon, O. Mrs. Lomas is a niece of Mrs. Wagner. Also visiting were cousins, Mr, and Mrs. DG. Scott. Mrs. Arthur Waiters. Hubert S. Fisher. and Mrs. Floyd Dennison, all of Lancaster. Pa.: and Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Fisher of Flatwoods. The children of the late Roy and Tensie Garrett Bush held their annual reunion at the privately-owned camp of Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Skidmore. located near lackson's Mill. on Sunday. September 14. A picnic lunch, games. fishing and hiking were enjoyed by the following: William and Ruby Skidmore: Paul October 2. 1975 ' ",' Edtli,: ;mtt SI~:V Vann,~v: Sh,;li;,. T~mmv ;rod ]~A~n Mt:Kil)ben: I)~,~;,Id. P~;~gy ~n~t K~:vin Butt:her; I.arrv ;~nd I'~mel~ ilut~:her: Kim and "l';~m Buts:her: Wendalll.ou and Yonnie Skidm~re: Sharon.I-hn. Kristie and Tom ,Edman: Kathyand Gray Sturm: Mary Io. Leland. Connie. Lisa. lanet. i{eth and lulia Langford: Mrs. Ava Bush: ]uanita King: Dean and Patty Mitt:hell. Tina and iill Mitchell. A decisision was made to have next year's reunion at the Skidmore camp the second Sunday in September. Mr. and Mrs. Croner Helmick were honored September 14, with a buffet dinner and open house to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. Many friends and relatives came to visit: Ray. and Mrs. G.B. Vanhorn, Mr, and Mrs. Lee Pritt. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Teter, Arlic and Earl Tetur. Leon Sprouse, Wands Shackleford. Mr. and Mrs, Luster Collins. Mrs. May Sprouse, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Shackleford and West. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Peters and Mike. Nina and Scotty Kayser. Mary Ann and Eddie Perine, Mr. and Mrs. Otie Helmick. Scott and Junior, Mr. and Mrs. Worthy Helmick, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wentz. Lou Ellen. Becky, St:~tt. Ray. and Mrs. William Griffin anti Timmy. Mrs. Violet Cottrill. Sue and Troy, Mr. Ray Turner. Mr. and klrs.~dfred Raddiff. Mr, and Mrs. Russell tliney. Mr. (;ilbert Jones. Mr. (,lenville I~m~.r~,t/Pathfinder 3: ;,~,l .~lrs. R;dl)h t];~m~. Mr. and Mrs. 1;~;~ Y~:rk~;v. Sr.. Pat and Susan It,,~h~L li,~ ;~nd K;iren Yorker. Kim .~,t Itr~:~(I;, Y~,,rk~,,y. Mr. and Mrs. oPle Townsend of Cox's Mills were given a surprise party by their children on September 28 in honor of their 38th wedding anniversary. Music was provided by Lee and the Country Swingers. Those attending were: Florence Langford of Ashland, O.: Mr. and Mrs. Bud Butcher of Vadis; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson of Weston: Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Homer of Glenville; Mr. Marple Townsend and daughter Lisa of Sand Fork; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Loudin, David and Pam of Ireland: Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Rose and daughter Christine of Troy; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Parnell and son of Troy; Odessa Homer of Glenvflle; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bennett of Glenville; Francis Pritt and Genevieve Losh of Troy; Dewell Spence of Glenville: Keith Cole of Cox's Mills; Rev. Rita Emmerson and Racia Emmerson of Cox's Mills: Neal Ware of Cox's Mills; Fred and Kim Townsend and their three children of Massillon, O.; Jack and Dorothy Townsend of Akron. O.: Roger and Dottie Lang and their four children of Cox's Mills; Robert and ]oannPeggs and their four children of Cox's Mills: two grandchildren, Bob and Rick of Troy; and late guests, Basil and Sandy Drennin. Glenville, W. Va. Phone462.7660 LICENSED MORT/ClANS J .J. Spurgeon, Pres. M. Stephen Strickland ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY L~adlng Steak Baptist C~urch Sunday School each week at I0 a.m. Services on second Sunday in month during August and Septem- ber. Ray. Harry Miller. Pastor. Gospel Miuion Church Sand Fork Regular services on F;iday night at 7:30 p.m. Preaching eve fourth Sunday. 7:30 p.m. Bible Study and sing every first and third Sunday. 7:30 p.m. Old fashioned sing every fourth Saturday. 7:30 p.m. Public invited. Stewsrts Creek Church Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m. Preaching each second Sunday morning and fourth Sunday night with Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick. Rhoades Chapel Memorial Church Uttle Bull Run Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m. Preaching every first Sunday by Rev. Gaylord Vanhorn and every third Sunday by Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick. Prayer meetings on Wednesdays, 7 p.m. letter Gap Community Sunday, Oct. 5 - Sunday school at 10 a.m. Preachin every first Sunday by Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick, 11 a.m. Church of God Powell St., Gienville Pentecostal Thursday. Oct. 2 -Bible Study continuing on with Acts. Sunday. Oct. 5 - Sunday School at 10:0o a.m. with Morning Worship services at 11:00 with the Pastor. Ray. Michael Edwards. Trinity United Methodist Thursday, Oct. 2 - Junior 7 p.m. Council on Ministries. 8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 5 - Church School, 9:45 a.m. Worship, 10:55 a.m. Sermon: "The Tie That Binds." United Methodist Youth Fellowship. 6 p.m. Monday. Oct. 6 - Children's afterschool program. 4-7 p.m. F'n Jt Baptist Church Sunday Oct. 5 - Church school for all ages. new class for college students and young adult couples, nursery provided. 9:45 a.m. Morning worship, 11 a.m. Evening service, 7 p.m. alternating weeks of preaching, music, movies, special speakers. Wednesday, Oct. 8 - Prayer and Bible study, 7 p.m. Choir practice. 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 9 - Junier High Fellowship, Kaleidoscope, after school at 4:15 p.m. Junior High Choir, 6 p.m. United M~t CArcuit Glenvtlin Sunday. Oct. 5 - Ellis, 10 a.m. Blackburn. 11 a.m. College St.. 7:30 p.m, Pentecostal Church, River St. Second and fourth Saturday evening service, 7 p.m. Sunday. Oct. 5 - Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesdaty, Oct. 8 - Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Good Shepherd CatlmHc Church Mineral Road, Glenville Sunday, Oct. 5 - Eucharist Seventh Day Adventist Saturday. Oct. 4 - Bible Study, 10 a,m. Worship Service at 11 a.m. Church of f'h t Gleavil Sunday, Oct. 5 - Bible Service, 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship. at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 8 - Midweek service, at 7 p.m. Glenville Presbyterian Church Sunday, Oct. 5 - Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Service for the Lord's Day at 1 a.m. Mt. Olive Church, Burnt House Monday, Oct. 6 - Revival in MOnday. Oct. 6 - Revival in progress. Ray. Ronzel Roberts delivering the message. Special sing each night. Quartet from Clarksburg. Monday: Heavens Ramblers. Tuesday: Gospel Tones. Friday; Young Anchors. Sunday. Services begin 7:30 p.m. All welcome. LET FAITH PUT REAL MEANING INTO YOUR LiFE Religion lets you know your life is worth The span of years you'll dwell upon this earth. It teaches you the proper way to live, And demonstrates a finer way to give: By turning you from selfishness and greed To real concern for someone else's need. You'll learn that joy in simple things is found. And beauty in God's wonders all around: And then, if you will go to Church and pray For guidance you can follow day by day: You'll know. before your life on earth is done. You gave your very best for everyone. -- Gloria Nowak "Let us hear the con- clusion of the whole matter: Fear God, and keep his commandments: for this is the whole duty of man." -- Ecclesiastes 12:13 Nothing in life is more wonderful than faith-- the one great moving force which we can neither weigh in the balance nor test in tha cructMe. .-- Sir William Osier THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS URGE YOU TO GO TO CHURCH DAVIS CLOllHNG STORE "ClothinS for Modmlm" 202 E. M~dum St. Glenvilin. W,Va. GLENVILIX TEXACO SERVICE Dodge-Sains & Service Robert B. Clhapmu Main St. Glemville CALHOUN SUPER SERVICE. INC. 102414 S. lewis Ghmvilin COMMUNrrY SUPER MARKET Glenviile Phone 462-8863 S~S PH~CY At Your Service (;lenville. W.V=. Ph. 462-7373 GLENVILLE MIDLAND CO. Clothing for the Whole Fsmfly Main St. Glenvtlle HOME IMPROVEMENT CORP. Heating, Air Conditioning,. 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