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V--- Page 6B --- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday,Oct. 7, 2004 ii Ill III III Illl I I "p ~L~ ~J~ NEW D.A.V. CHAPTER ~ O~llr Neigh~~.~ cEDAR CREEK cOMM. CLUB Gilmer Goings On If you have not joined the Disabled "The Cedar Creek Community Club and American Veterans, come to the VA Senior Center, are looking for new mem- Medical Center, Clarksburg, on Wed., bers. Meetings are held on the second Oct. 20, at 7:00 pm in the Auditorium. Tuesday of each month, at 6:00 pm, at Bring your DD214. the Cedar Creek Community Building. Game Nights start on Tues., Oct. 12, at WALK FOR WOMEN" 7:00 pm. Everyone is welcome. Breast Health Awareness Day, Mon., WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING The Woman's Club of Glenville will hold its regular monthly meeting, Oct. 11, 6:30 pm., at the Presbyterian Church. Lisa Hines, Special Educa- tion teacher, Gilmer County Schools, will be the guest speaker. Rx for WV On Thur., Oct. 14, at 6:30 pm in the SunBridge dining room, we will host a Rx for WV tutorial/discussion. We would like to see you, your family and friends attend this session. The agenda will begin at 6:30 pm. and will last approximately 30-45 minutes and then the representative will take your questions. If you have any questions regarding the program, please call our Administrator at, 462-5718. Oct. 18, at 6:00 pm, at the GSC Mor- ris Stadium. Registration will start at 6:00, the program at 6:30, the walk begins at 7:00. Take a step against breast cancer. A tee shirt to recog- nize breast cancer survivors will be available for a donation. Donations accepted to help uninsured WV women who need Breast or Cervical Cancer Diagnostic or Treatment Ser- vices. Call for a brochure or informa- tion for FREE pap test or .mammogram: Gilmer Primary Care, 462-7322 or Gilmer Co. Health Dept., 462-7351. OPEN STATE PAGEANT Baby Miss & Mister WV and Little Miss & Mister WV pageant will be held on Sat. and Sun:, Nov. 6 & 7, at the Days Inn-Flatwoods. Girls ages 1 month to 15 years and boys ages 1 month to 9 years. Natural Pageant! Weekend of FUN for the FAMILY! For more information, please call, 304- 926-6654. Website: litt/emiss wvand /ittlemisterwv.com. Emaih fitt/emisswv @ charter.net. CRAFTSMEN'S FAIR The 29th annual Gattinburg Craftsmen's F~ir will be held Oct. 7 thru Oct. 24, daily 10:00 am - 7:00 pro, Sundays 10:00 am - 5:00 pro. Over 180 of the nation's best craft people will not only make their art available for viewing and sale, but also FAITHFULLY FIT AEROBICS they will demonstrate their special tal- Faithfully Fit Aerobics, will be held at ents and skills. The event is held at the the First Baptist Church on Main St. 4-H ACHIEVEMENT BANQUET Gatlinburg Convention Center. For more Glenville, on Tues. and Thurs., at 4-Hers and Parents: the 4-H Achieve- information, call 865-436-7479. or you 5:15, starting on Oct. 12. No Charge. ment Banquet is Sun., Oct. 10, at can go to the web site, 6:00 pm, at the Recreation Center. www.craftsmenfair.com. Everyone welcome. Supporters of 4-H are welcome to CEDAR CREEK COMM. CLUB attend. See you there!! CHARLESTON COIN CLUB The Cedar Creek Community Club The Charleston Coin Club would like to and Senior Center, are looking for BLUE & GRAY INTERMODAL announce their Annual Coin Show will new members. Meetings are held on HIGHWAY AUTHORITY be held on Oct. 9 & 10, at the Chades- the second Tuesday of each month, Blue & Gray Intermodal Highway Au- ton Civic Center. The show hours will be at6:0Opm, at the Cedar Creek Com- thority Members, are rescheduling 10:00 am to 5:00 pm each day and munity Building. Game Nights start their Sept. 13, 2004 meeting to there is no admission fee. Coin dealers on Tues,, Oct. 12, at 7:00 pm. Every- Thurs., Oct. 7, 2004 at 6:00 pro. The from West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky one is welcome. Meeting will still be held in the Spen- will be in attendance to buy, sell and ~s cer Heritage Park Building, located trade coins, stamps, currency, jewelry, TAKE "ITIME TO DONATE on the corner of Bowman and Church ball cards, coal company scrip and to- The American Red Cross will be at Street (behind City Municipal Build- kens. The Charleston Coin Club meets the Gitmer Co. High School, Band ing). This will be a very special meet- the Third Tues. of each month at the Room, on Wed., Oct. 13, 9:00 am - ing. We are inviting all of our repre- Kanawha City Recreation Center, Io- sentatives in the Senate and House cated beside Watt Powell Park. The 2:00 pm. T-shirts will be given out while supplies last! Please gwe some- of Delegates, County Commission- meetings start at 7:00 pm. The public is one another birthday, anniversary, ers, Mayors, any candidates running invited to attend our meetings. For more another hug, another laugh, another for the above-mentioned offices, as information about our upcoming show chance. Together we can save lives! well as the press to this meeting. Our or our club meetings you can call 343- purpose for the special meeting is to 3158 or 727-4062. HOMECOMING PARADE be sure that the aforementioned are If you are interested in entering the brought up to date on the progress of HALLOWEEN PARTY Gilmer County High School Home- the Blue & Gray Intermodal Highway On Sat., Oct. 30, North Bend State Park coming Parade, Fri., Oct. 22, please Authority. There will be an open invi- will be holding their annual Halloween pick up a form at your local stores, fill tation extended in all of our six county Party. The party will be at Shelter #3, it out and return it to Gilmer County newspapers for the general public to and will last from 1:(30 pm to 3:00 pm. High School. The forms need to be attend. For these ..reasons, we ask There will be fun games, yummy candy, turned in by Oct. 18. The parade will that all Board Members to please face painting, great prizes, costume and begin at 1:30, but lineup begins at make a special effort to be in atten- scream contests, and more! All ages 12:30. dance at this very special meeting, are welcome to come. Walnut Festival Celebrates 50 years The "Golden 50th West Virginia Jessica Lynch as our Grand parade Livestock Sale, Chain saw Artist, Black Walnut Festival" is slated for Marshal. Other highlights will be a BandandMajoretteCompetition, and Oct. 14-17, 2004 in Spencer.Kid's Day Parade, 5k Nut Run & Gospel Sing featuring many well Country Music Artist, Tracy Byrd Walk, Carnival, Art & Photography knownsingersandgroups.Livedown- will be the featured performer on Fri., Show, Local/Professional Food Con- town musical groups will range from Oct. 15 beginning at 7:30 pm at the cessions, Quilts and Antique Quilts country, blue grass to rock. Roane County High School stadium. Show, Homemade Crafts, Flea Mar- The Coronation ceremony will take Tickets are on sale at the Spencer ket, Firemen's Competition, Golf place on Thurs., Oct. 14, at 7:30 pm at , 'Municipal Building.' ..... Tourname~/L,~Wdlnut Bake-Off, and the Spencer Middle School. For fur~ '~ The exciting four--day festival fea, a 22 Novelty Shoot. ther information, contact the Black:," tures a Grand Parade beginning at There will be a large Agriculture Walnut Festival President, Barbara twelve noon on Sat., Oct. 16 with Exhibit, Flower Show, 4-H & FFA Vandale Nichols at (304) 927-5616. I II Nothing is more responsible for the ory. good old days than a bad mem- ~Franklin P. Adams GIL-CO FAITH PHARMACY B.C. 76 Box 2 A / Rt. 5 East Glenville, WV Business: 462-8300 Hours: 8:30 - 7:00 Men. - Fri. 8:30 - 5:00 Sat. L..J After hours emergency, call: Doug: 462-5554 Scott: 462-7355 Our family looksforward to serving your family. ,, Pharmacists: Scott Wanstreet RPh Do !g Moss RPh Lori Plummer RPh f llmlliMlllmmllmlimlmo~ I I ! Sat. Oct. 9, 2004, At 10:00 am. ! ! Copen, WV I I iDwectmns. From Burnsville, WV, at 1-79, take Rt. 5 i(Salt Lick Rd.) and go 2 mi. to Gem, WV. Turn right ionto Copen Rd. and follow to sale site. Sale being I Idone forCarolyn Graft, owner. Sale is at the former I lresidence of Nellie Pulliam. Signs to follow from i IBurnsville, WV. | r -- -- -- -- l -- - -- ff -- "h T?--l-----louse o |Wooden Cupboard Washer & Dryer (Gas) Kit. Stove I [Base Cab. 2 Martin Heaters Kit. Utensils Sewing Mach, I iw/Cab. Hutch G.E.Refrigerator OakStand RoundOakl ~@ ~ ,Table w/6 Oak Chrs. (Very Nice) Couch & Chr. Coffee & m ** ** ** I End Tables TV(Colored) Oak Rocker Oak Chest of IDrws FullBed OakChr. 2Med.Cl0thesClosets Dresserl |Bottom(Oak) WallMirrorStorageCab. Linens OakHat! Rack Oak Blanket Chest Pic. &-Frames Spool Type Bed ! |(Full) l/2Bed(Nice) Gate Legged Drop-leaf Table. |(Nice) 1950s DresserWindow AC(I Rcem) Jewelry! |Boxes w/Costume Jewelry 2 Swings 2Porchl IChrs. Wooden Ironing Board Pressure Canner ollecfible & th M" c. I |Old Toy Gun**Porc. Pcs.**Carnival Vase & Bowl**Texas I |Ware**Crocks & Other Stoneware**Sm Pitcher Collection ! Quilts(Handmade & Nice) S & Ps Mix of some good I mGlassPcs. MilkCan Baskets 194l Home Comfort Cook m _Book & Other Sad Irons Figurines Mower Hand |Tools**Alum. Ladder**Other items day of sale. I ITerms: Cash or Auction Apprv. Check w/POS. ID(Drivers I ILic. Req). Food Available. I I Announcements on Day of Sale, I I I I 882 I visit our Web Site @ w_ww.dickeraffauction.com ,J m m m n mm em m m mm mmmm m m -~ -~-m mm ~m m mm m I takes precedence of all printed material. I Not responsible for accidents on sale site. | AUCTIONEER: Dick L. Graft | Burnsville, WV. **'304-853-2342"**WV Lic. k. jcolumbia FOREST PRODUCTS Columbia West Virginia Corporation is seeking to buy standing timber and logs in North Central West Virginia. Columbia can also provide management plans for landowners to help in wildlife and timber management. Please Call: Dave Lewellyn (304) 472-8573 or Charles Sperry (304) 622-6782. hurch Activities REVIVAL The Hardman Fork Baptist Church (Grass Run), will have a revival, start- ing Oct. 17, beginning at 7:00 pro. Elder Richard Westfall, Pastor. Ev- eryone is welcome. REVIVAL There will be a Revival at Glenville Community Church, Oct. 10 - 15, at 7:00 pm each evening. There will be special preaching and singing each evening. Pastor Randy Willson wel- comes everyone. REVIVAL - SING On Fn. - Sat., Oct. 15 and 16, starting at 7:00 pm, the Leading Creek Bap- tist Church will hold a revival and sing. Singing groups are welcome. REVIVAL The Little Kanawha Independent Church will be having a revival, start- ing on Sun., Oct. 10. It will start each evening at 7:00 pm. There will be special singers nightly. Guest speaker will be Rev. William Gum. We invite everyone to bring a friend and join us for a joyful time in the Lord. Rev. Ronzel Roberts, Pastor. A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step. --Chinese proverb GILMER COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL GIRL'S PLAYERS OF THE WEEK ..... CAMAI ROBERSON Varsity yomleyball player of the week, Senior Camai Roberson, daughter of Tony and Mary Hosey. BRIANNA LOW'I'HER G.C.H.S. Jr.Versity Volleyball player of the week, Sophomore Bdanna Lowther, daughter of Joseph and Kimbedy Lowther Sponsored by Glenville Foodland Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m. - 9p.m. Sun. 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Foodland Plaza 462-5463 NEED HELP WITH DALLY ACTIVITIES? % GILMER COUNTY SENIOR CENTER Trained Personal Care Providers can help with: Grooming and Personal Care Shopping & Errands Meal Planning & Preparation Walking & Range of Motion Exercises Escort to Medical Appointments Transportation Light Housekeeping & Laundry Call Sallie Mathess Misty Rexroad, R.N. at 462-5761 today. rograms i clude, Medicaid Waiver, Community Cam, Veterans Homem ,ker, and Respite ii uaries CHARLES TRUMAN MILLER Charlc~ Truman Miller, 84, ~d Normantown, pa~,,:cd away Septem- ber 28, 2004 in Elkins. Born at Loller Gap, Gilmcr County. he was a son of the late Ward Robert and Gertrude Furr Miller. He attended the Hardman Fork Baptist Church near Letter Gap and was a retired machine operator Ik)r the Bendix- Westinghouse Company of E]yria, OH. He was a self-taught musician and song writer, having sold many songs and lyrics during his life and was also an artist. Surviving arc one sister, Mrs. Bernadine Klinc ofTuscon. AZ: four nieces, Karen Groninger of Tempe, AZ; Lana Williams of Tucson. AZ: Pamela Kuxhauscn of Mesa. AZ: Shelly Robison of Mesa. AZ. Funeral services were held Dot. l, at the Stump Funeral Home in Grantsvillc. Interment fl)llowcd in the Miller Cemetery at Normantown. Knowledge is of two kinds. We know a subject ourselves, or we know where we can find infor- mation upon it. --Samuel Johnson V Proud to serve Gilmer County since 1959 Select Granite Quality Workmanship Also Offedng Computer Design Flit. 33 West of Weston 269-5573 or 1-888-269-5573 Things Are Not What They Seem By Phyllis Marks eggs, too. He came in and said to me, Are things always what they seem? "Do you think you can take care of the It was a hot sultry day in March, and ham? Do what you can, and let the in March the bees and the flies were rest go." To me, saving this precious buzzing. The beds weren't made, the meat was more important than the rest dishes weren't washed, the floors had of the work and to his surprise, I had not been swept, the fire had burned most of the hams ~aken care of that out in the fire place and the ashes had were worth saving, by the time he got not been taken out. We never had any there. The man who came to buy the paint or paper and I wasn't a good ham had to settle for some side meat. housekeeper, anyhow. He had a big family. Jesse came in I didn't ever have enough soap to do with coal black on himself, and picked a clean washing of clothes until some up every dirty little kid and gave them kind neighbor taught me how to make a kiss, adding coal black to the dirt. lye soap out of strong alkaline. The He didn't give me a hug and a kiss most I had to clean with was water and I was just as happy, because I was and elbow gease, and that gets very already dirty enough. The kids did discouraging, but today was worse, help by playing nicely together. Thank Along in the afternoon, Jesse's God we had a pressure canner and we cousin came to see him, and every were happy the meat was saved. I dirty little kid came out from under hoped the dogs would eat the meat the house where they had been play- and bury what they couldn't, but after ing in the dirt. When I took my dirty they had a me~s, they laid out, but little self out to invite her in, there eventually buried the rest the next stood four little dirty kids and she day. Everything people saw was true. said, "Are these your children?" I but I don't know what we ate for said, "Yes, they say you get vitamins supper. I suppose we ate cornbread and minerals from the dirt, so I just let and ham. We didn't have a refrigera,- mine eat -it." She could see through tot, but Jesse fixed a rope to a lard the screen door that the house was bucket and lowered it into the well so dirty and there were chunks of meat the milk would stay cool. So the kids all over the yard. had milk and were happy. My husband worked in the mines, I doubt if we had a bath before we and he came home that evening with went to bed, because the water came a man that was wanting to buy some from a well in the yard and no one meat, so all the ones who saw the wanted to getany. The kids could've condition of things didn't know what washed off in the run, but it was too Jesse and I knew. That morning Jesse early in the spring. decided since it had been so hot that Some young woman came and told he better check on the sugar-cured me that the ham would rot right in the hams that hu.ng in the smoke house, jars, but it didn't. West Virginians are and what he suspected was true. The survivors. Some lost their pride when rats had come out of the rafters and welfare came along, which was only already started eating the ends of the meant to help them get back on their three hams, and the flies had laid "feet after the depression. SALE/ 304-462-5751 '0 On Oct. 14, 2004 at 6:30 pm in our 5718. dining room, we will host a Rx for WV We want to thank Tressie, Pam and tutorial/discussion. For those who are Dale Blankenship and Lorraine not familiar with Rx for WV plan, let Keener, who came and made apple meexplain.TbeWestVirginiaLegisla- butter last week. It was made from ture created the program in April 2004. peeled apples and in a cast iron kettle. It forces drug companies to play ball, in It turned out great! The residents en- finding more affordable, and often free, joyed reminiscing about the days pharmaceuticals for seniors. Uninsured when they too made apple butter (and or underinsured senior citizens in West soap). Acouple residentseven helped Virginia have some power in their cor- ner when it comes to prescription drugs. This law represents a long overdue and much needed update to this important program. This tutorial/discussion group can be very informative and beneficial to you, someone you know, or your loved one here at SunBridge for Glen- ville. We would like to see you, your family and friends attend this session. The agenda will begin at 6:30 pm and will last approximately 30-45 minutes. Then the representative will take your questions. Agai n, please mark your cal- endar and tell your friends to come: Thursday, October 14. at 6:30 in our dining room. We will be providing soup and sandwiches. If you have any ques- tions regarding the program, please feel free to call our Administrator at 462- stir. We would also like to thank Foodland for allowing us to come over Saturday and sale the finished product~ The proceeds are going to the resident's Christmas fund. I can't forget to mentiort ~h~t we could not have had such a productive sell with- out the help of Erma Luzi~ler andre Nelson Simmons. The two !o~ ~ve to go I out into the community, and meet people whenever possible. Thank you to everyone who purchased one (or several) jars. For the Harvest Season we hope to decorate with fodder shocks, pump- kins and gourds. Donations of any of these will be appreciated. Please con- tact Brenda Marks or Becky Kelley, 462-5718, if interested. O Stat Ass GS( Virt Syr! We] S: and den Thi~ Art, Gle: and T of proj denl acti sist; ing ing tion A fror mar tent basl con7