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October 4, 1984

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The Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder 3 Rental Program ................ County Health Department is announcing of a safety seat rental program for the program will rent an infant car seat to any that routinely transports children in a car or truck. The car seat can be used up to of nine months for zhe child. Telephone more information. Heritage ........................ Heritage Biennial Reu, ion will be held Oc- for descendants of all Meader-Meador- families at the beautiful Pipestem State Park, WV. Reservations should be made ira- with Pipestem State Park, Pipestem, WV Not Delay. All descendants are urged to at- bring copies of their family records. For further send a large self-addressed stamped to one of the following: Lucille W. McClure, Ct., Orlando, FL 32821: Charlotte M. Alford, No. 112, Denver, CO 80237; or Juanita M. W. University Ave., Muncie, Ind. 47303. Methodist Church Benefit Auction.. are being solicited for items to be sold at a for the Rosedale Methodist Church fund. If you have any items to donate contact at 364-8623 evenings. School Pictures .................. Elementary students will have the school pic- October 5, beginning at 8:30 a.m. All pictures prepaid. Visitors may call the office to get a and to set up an appointment. No family por- be taken, only individuals. Packages range ;18.00. • • • • , ° , • • ° • • ° • ° • • • • • • ° • ° ° • • ° ° • has begun and will end November 15. Con- 'be made by calling 462-8318 if you need any | completed. PTA Membership Drive ........... Fork PTA needs new members. If interested school at 462-7605, or Kay McClain, president, at ht's 97th Birthday Party ........... Wright will celebrate her 97th birthday on October 7, at the Kanawha Drive Community All family and friends are invited to attend Fork Flower Fund .................... Fork Community will begin a community fund. Anyone wishing to donate to the fund can Goldie Holmes, or leave their donations at & Carry. I~ . , ° ° o . • ° • ° • • • • • ° • • ° • • ° • • ° • • • Ilowing dates have been established as GED dates at the Glenville State College Center, dur- first semester of the 1984-85 school year: Oc- and 31 at 6 p.m.; and November 28 and 5 at 6 ).m. For an application for testing or please contact Janet Gainer, Career at 462-7361 ext. 101. Workshop ................. ...... be a basketry workshop Saturday, October 13, a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Baldwin Community For information or registration call Basketree, There will be a small fee for materials. Wesley Foundation "Movie Night" .......... Movie night at the Wesley Foundation will be "Dark Star--The Mission of the Strangelove Generation" Movie night is every Tuesday night at the Wesley Foun- dation on the corner of Court and Church Streets. The movie begins at 7:30 p.m., October 9, in the Main Room. Free refreshments will be served. Come watch the movie and have a great evening with the family. Tanner PTO and Boosters Meeting .......... The Tanner Boosters will meet at 6:30 p.m., October 23, in the school cafeteria. The PTO will meet at 7 p.m° in the cafeteria, with Superintendent Dr. Phillip Alkire to acquaint the community with him, and to discuss renovations, and the passage of the Better Schools Amendment and how it will help Tanner and the county. Tanner School Pictu,es .................... Tanner School pictures v. ill be taken October 5, at 1 p.m. Packages must be prepaid, and will be sent home with students. Call the school for more information. Visitors are welcome. Troy PTO Meeting ........................ The Troy Elementary School PTO will meet Thursday, October 4, at 7 p.m. in the school cafeteria. Wanted-- Losers! ! ........................ You can be a size smaller by Christmas! Join TOPS on Tuesday evenings at 5:45 at Glenville Elementary. For information call 462-7956 evenings. Benefit Dance ........................... There will be a benefit dance to aid leukemia victim Nathaniel Lyons at the Sand Fork gym on Friday, Oc- tober 5, from 8-11 p.m. Music will be provided by "Rock and Roll Enterprise." $1.00 admission charge will be col- lected. Microwave Cooking School ................ A Microwave Cooking School will be held at the Gilmer County Senior Center/Glenville Nutrition Site on Tues- day, October 16, at 10:30 a.m. The school will be presented by Julia Boggs, Assistant Director for Alad- din Food Management, ana is sponsored by Shannon's in Buckhannon. GSC Jazz Band to Perform ................. The Glenville State College Jazz Band will perform at Glenville Elementary School October 26, at 1 p.m. in the multi.purpose room. The public may attend at no charge. Coonhunters Association Meeting .......... The Gilmer County Coonhunters Association will hold their last buddy hunt of the season following their meeting Friday, October 5. The meeting will start at 7 n m. at the Forestry Buildinn Bow Shoot .......... .................... There will be a Bow Shoot at 2 p.m., Sunday, October 7, at the Gilmer County Recreation Center. FOr more infor- mation call 462-7969. Hunters' Feast ........................... The Troy Fire Station is planning a feast for hunters and the cbmmunity October 13, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the fire station. The menu consists of cornbread, beans and ham, slaw, and apple or pumpkin pie. All proceeds from the feast will go to the fire station Building Fund. Stop for lunch and see the progress we've made through your support. Also, there will be a drawing for a quilt at 3 p.m. Mini-Titan Band Bake Sale and March-a-thon.. The Gilmer County Mini-Titan Band is having a bake sale and March-a-thon on Saturday, October 6, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. The bake sale wql be held on the porch of Kanawha Union Bank, and ths March-a-thon will be held at Rohrbough Field. The March.a.thon will serve not on- ly as a fundraising event, but also as a marching rehear- sal that will help the band prepare for the GCHS Homecoming Parade. The Band also declared October to be Mini-Titan Fun- draising Month. It is hoped that enough money will be made to purchase a new baritone horn and have some of the older instruments repaired. The goal that has been set is $1200. Band members will be available during this month to do odd jobs and a donation. Also, they will be collecting aluminum cans to sell to a recycling center. If you wish to sponsor a band member in the March-a- thon, contact Judy Davisson at 462-8690, or one of the Mini-Titan Band members. In case of rain, the March-a- thon and bakesale will be held Sat'Jrday, October 20. GCHS Class Reunion Committee ........... All members of the Gilmer County High School class of 1975 who are interested in serving on a committee to plan their 10-year reunion are asked to meet at The Pizza Place at 7 p.m., Saturday, October 20. This will be an organizational meeting to decide the major details of the reunion. Please attend so that we may have you in- put in the planning of this event. Smokey Bear to Visit ...................... Smokey the Bear will visit Glenville Elementary School October 5, at 2:15 p.m. The public is invited. Continued on Page 9 e ... GIFT CERTIFICATES... We will soon have Gift Certificates for Birthdays, An- niversaries or any other "special" occasion. For more information, please contact Jackie Adams at 462-5775, or stop by our tanning room located in Mountain State Mapping's Office Building on Route 5 East, Glenville, WV. E|~ A FULL ,~X~'~ } SERVICE BANK • Member FDIC • Phone 462-7341 • Glenville, WV for CoklmlxB Day ic Pre.Election Rally .............. County Democratic Executive Committee Pre-Election Rally and covered-dish dinner at Friday, October 12, at the Gilmer County Center. This rally will provide an opportunity and talk with many fine Gilmer County Everyone is welcome. I Closing ........................... Run Bridge at Troy will be closed from 8:30 a.m. P.m. daily during repairs for approximately two Dates for Democratic Headquarters .... r er County Democrat Headquarters will be open dates: October 6, 13, 19, 20 and 26-31, and 1-6. Doors will be open from 9 a,m, until 2 h day. On election day it will be open from 6:30 election returns are posted. All Gilmer Coun- are invited to visit the new headquarters. Club Meeting .................... Club of Gienville will meet at 7:30 p.m., 8, at the Trinity Methodist Church. The program "Elizabeth Covers the Orient", by Elizabeth Hostesses will be Gloria Kilcourse and Judi Star Covered Dish Dinner ........... Eastern Number 90 and their families are a covered dish dinner at the Masonic Hall, Oc- at 6 p.m. All Masons and their families are in- the guests of the Eastern Star, Agriculture Commissioner Gus R. Douglass has announced that, due to the cleanup of Avian Influenza in Virginia and the continued success of the pro- gram in Pennsylvania, he is relaxing the Commissioner's Order of April 6, 1984, so as to again allow the holding of poultry and egg shows within the State and the unrestricted movement of poultry, eggs and supplies into West Virginia from Virginia. The relaxation is effec- tive at 12:01 a.m. on October 1, 1984. The quarantine remains in effect against Pennsylvania. He says that the spring and summer of 1984 have been dif- ficult for West Virginia poultry producers but that due to their total cooperation, the dread disease has been kept out of the State and that this has been really good news for the poultry as a whole. 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