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at Glenville Elementary recently took their Island and Fenton Art Glass in The Glenville Elementary Eighth Grade West Virginia History class took their class trip September 28 to Fenton Art Glass and Blennerhessett Island. Arriving at the school at 7:45. students boarded the bus, which took them to Fenton Glass where they took the factory and museum tours as well as saw a Fp.nton film. Following lunch at the Pizza Hut, the group visited Grand Central Mall in Vienna and then headed on to board the stern- wheeler for their Blen- nerhassett Island visit. While on the sternwheeler, they had the opportunity to see the Delta Queen coming from Pittsburgh. They were told that the Delta Queen, a four-story Ctern- wheeler, was the largest one on the Ohio River, and runs from New Orleans to Cincinatti only once a year. The Delta Queen carrys a steam organ commonly called a calliope. Students boarded the bus to head for Western Sizzlin' for dinner before returning to Glen- villa by 7:30. Those who went on the trip were: Bobby Sandy. Darlene Heckert. Velma Evans, Mandy Nicholson. Tommy Ratliff. Ed- win Riffle, Amy Welty. Jimmy Mencer. Fritz Gillespie. Melanie Fox, Dwayne Chapman. teacher Lu Ann Cunningham and nephew Rob Jones. and Mrs. Faith Postalwait, school secretary. The Gienville Democ at-Pathflndm" 9 The first grade class of Mrs. James at Glenville Elemen- tary are studying a unit on bicycle and home safety. Shown with their posters on safety are: (front l-r) Sherry Carder, Jennifer Boggs, Heather Deal, and Justin Wood- ford; and (back l-r) Grace Montgomery, James Mobbs, Travis Frashure, and Matthew Echard. :lifts announce Ronald Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Radcliff, are proud of Weston. are announcing the of theirse- birth of their first child, a a son. k rn daughter, Amie Nicole. at 5:59 p.m., September 14. at the Morris, Jr., ,as United Hospital Center, by his sister, Clarksburg. The little girl weighed six andparents are pounds, four ounces. The father McCullough, is employed by Radcliff's Exxon. and paternal Maternal grandparents are are Mr. and Mrs.Mr. and Mrs. Butch Butler, Dusk Camp. Camden: paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Radcliff of Weston. Maternal great-grandmother is Stella Lawrence of Weston and paternal great- grandmother is Fern Frashure of Camden. "Some folks are too polite to be up to any good." Kim Hubbard niors meet for Senior Citizens annual picnic 22 on the Church lawn, with i 34 present. After a delicious dinner serv- ed at 5 p.m.. they were enter- tained by "'Doc& his Patients" who played music and led us in group singing, The drawing for our afghan was made with Mary Ellyson be- ing the lucky person, Joyce made the afghan for us to take donations on. We were honored to have Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tabberer from Michigan, and also Mr. and Mrs. Doelson Wiggins, formerly of Philadelphia, nov,' residing in Troy, with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wilkerson. We enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wilkinson, who helped with the singing. Receivers of other prizes were Elizabeth Wiggins of Troy. Ernest Hinton of New Milton. Mr, Deelson Wiggins of Troy, Lester Powell of Star City, and Sue Hinton of Troy. presents Mary Ellyson with a quilt by the Conings Senior Citizens. "Contentment turns all it touches into gold," Benjamin Franklin to student teach College is pro- that four in- the Glenville their student September Brannon, Rick Gardner and of Cedarville is this, semester e. Mr. Brannon Gilmer County in 1979, and will Glenville State 1984. Joe Irene Brannon of the son of Lane of Cedarville, is this semester School. Mr. Lted from Gilmer in 1980, and from Glenville State College in December. 1984. Tim Ray Gardner of Charleston. is student teaching this semester at Troy Elemen- tary.Mr. Gardner graduated from Dupont High School in 1978 and will graduate from Glenville State College in December. 1984. Tim is the son of Wanda Gardner of Belle. William S. Ostaff of Glenville is student teaching this semester at Calhoun County High School. Mr. Ostaff graduated from Albert Einstein High School in Kensington, Maryland, in 1969, and will graduate from Glenville State College in December, 1984. Steve and his wife Elizabeth live in Glenville. Pjck Smith Tim Gardner A School Bus Salety Unit was recentty completed by these students in Mrs. James' second grade class. They are (front l-r) Jamie Metz, Jeana Stewart, and Eric Marks, and (back l-r) Amanda Conley, laime Collins, Brian Kennedy, and B.J. Briski. LUNCH MENU Monday, Oct. 8: Tuna roll or pig-in-a-blanket with meat sauce, potato, mixed vegetables, pineapple, and milk. Tuesday, Oct. 9: Cook's ( olce. Wednesday, Oct. 10: Interna- tional Menu. Marathon spaghet-' ti, Maestro tossed salad, Honor rolls. Honey-Oatmeal-Raisin cookie, Blue Ribbon fruit cookies, and TLC milk. Thursday, Oct. 11: Fried chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy,: peas, roll,: f ham cracker with cherry sauce, grape juice, and milk. Friday, Oct. 12: Fish sand- wich, cheese stick, confetti slaw, peaches, roll, orange iuice, and milk. High school alternate is pizza burger. College and Howard Sts., Glenville Dr. R.D. Frame, Dr. Mark --3 days per week in ama-- Glenville Hours: Wed. 9:30-4:30 Grantsville Hours: Thurs. 11-6 Friday 9-3:30 Complete Family Eye Care Contact Lenses--Anterior Eye Disease Treated Phone 462-5366 or 1-485-7485 (collect) "Walk-ins Welcome as Schedule Permits" II IIIIII I IIHIIIII II I I III IIIIIIIIII I I III It's big, big! The biggest Factory Authorized Ford Truck Sales Event of the year. Ostaff t Sponsored bY Youth Group of Rosedale U.M. Church for Building Fund 576 feet of graded 1" poplar, banjo with case, 1 horse sulky and harness (needs tires), quilt tops, 2 full beds, roll-a-way bed, tables, chairs, stands, 4 kitchen stoves, washer and dryer, 3 circulating heaters, 4 heating stoves, 2 oak church pews, 1 painted pew, 2 color TV's, 1 B/W TV, 6 new battery operated clocks, adding machines, typewriters, calculators, 1 coop of chickens, 100 plus new Avon items, new picnic tables, electric broom, buffet, New Holland hay conditioner, air condi- tioner, coffee maker, towel dispenser, used oak doors (some with beveled glass), 1 display case, hot lather machine, toasters, and many boxes of miscellaneous. OLD GOODIES: Alladin lamp with prisms, chilfarobe with mirror and drawers, iron pot, several pieces Depression Glass, old dishes, white pitcher, crock with handle, pancake mixer and more. ALSO one &foot jewelers' display case with glass shell and lights; and 4 aluminum windows with storm im serts. (Reserve right to reject bids on these items only) I:IME: Saturday, October 13, 1984, at 10:30 a.m. PLACE: Beside Brenda's Grocery in Rosedale, WV AUCTIONEER: Clark Minney Food and drinks will be sold by the youth and women of the church II Hill III I IIII IIII III II IF YOU'RE THINKING ABOUT A NEW TRUCK, | I I ...IS THE TIME TO SEE YOUR LOCAL FORD DEALER FOR FANTASTIC SAVINGS ON THE REMAINING 84'S. IIHI I I I! III I I !11 IIIIIIII I II [ I m a m~ "S6 I=~ Fml t~~, Clms= tmmto~ ~1~-- m mm~r ~ lkmm II, ~s t~w~ m m ~ Ot~ W~r r~l omm ~. IIII COME IN TODAY AND ORDER YOUR 85' FORD TOUGH TRUCK! II IIII III IIII II II II I I _i ill_ I GlenvBe Ford Comer Lewis a Main Glenville, 462-7338 I I I I IIIIIIII II I III IIIlll I IIIII I IIll I Ilnllllllllll I