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October 11, 1979

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pics held Dr. Farmer to appear at The Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder 7 Glenville Juniors celebrate i Cub in Par- Den 2 also won several rib- bans. Each of these cubs won a third place ribbon in the 3-legged relay race and a se- cond place ribbon in the pop bottle water relay race. Bob O'Brien won a third place rib- bon for his sponge throw. He also picked up a blue ribbon when he helped out a relay team of Webelow Scouts. Each boy who participated was presented an olympic patch to be worn on his uniform. Later in the day Pack 79 held its own awards ceremony. relay Assistant Cubmaster Jim Mencer presented three silver by arrow points to Fritz Gillispie and both the wolf badge and gold arrow point to Kenneth Sumpter and Richard Ratliff. of Kenneth also received a silver arrow point. 3. Congratulations are due these boys for demonstrating First Baptist services \ 3 the cub scout motto "Do your Dr. William G. Farmer Evangelistic services will begin on Sunday, October 21 and continue nightly at 7:30 p.m. through Friday, October 26 at the First Baptist Church in Glenville. Dr. William G. Farmer will be Glenville Junior Women's Department, whose members Club recently celebrated West received refreshments provid- Virginia Junior Week, ed by Glenville Juniors for the September 23-29, by engaging Wednesday meeting. in a special activity on each Glenville Junior women's day of the week. Club observed West Virginia Sunday's activity was Junior Week on Thursday by directed toward elder Gilmer placing a newspaper release In residents as the Juniors made the Democrat to announce the Individual visits to Senior special week. On Friday the the special service leader. Dr. Citizens. The project for Men- Juniors held a surprise party Farmer is well known to Westday consisted of poster for the children of the Glenville Virginia Baptists, having serv- displays in several downtown Day Care Center. Seventeen edas Executive Minister of our business windows. The youngsters enjoyed the secret state convention for more than posters contained information gift bags and refreshments. about the Glenville Junior Saturday's activity involved 20 years. Born in Martins Ferry, Ohio, he began work in West Virginia as director of the Weirton Christian Center and later held pastorates in Elkins and Charleston. He has served the Baptist denomination on local, state and national boards. Trips outside the country in the interest of Baptists include the Baptist World Alliance in Club: membership list, Federa- tion certificate, projects and awards. On Tuesday an orien- tation meeting was held at the home of Holli Hardman for completion of the 1979-80 Yearbooks. Wednesday's ac- tivity was for the benefit of Glenville Volunteer Fire participation in the Glenville State College Homecoming Parade in support of the col- lege football team. All in all, the projects were beneficial to the Juniors and to the community. Glenvtile Juniors extend their apprecia- tion to everyone who helped to make their Junior Week plans become realities. best." The pack expresses its Kanawha Drive 19 ; visited major mission fields around the world in Juniors collect appreciation to Jim and Sharon Mencer, Howard and Homemakers meet 1967; Central America in 1972; a nine-day tour sponsored by for Heart Fund Sgt. Edwards one Deanea Sumpter and Kay the Israeli government to an- assigned to Billips for providing transpor- The Kanawha Drive Exten- courage better understanding The members of the Glen- tation to Camp Mahonegon. sign Homemakers held a lively of Israel and its people in 1973 ville Junior Women's Club 'Old Guard' race The next meeting of Pack 79 meeting on October 1 with 13 and visits in several churches have recently completed their is scheduled for Monday, Oc- members present. Logretha in theWest Indies. annual Heart Fund project. lay. tober 22 at 7:30 p.m. in the Keesecker, County Council Dr. Farmer has a BA degree They have collected $189.32 by Sgt. John C. Edwards, saner liar fellowship hall of the Glenville President, was a visitor at the from West Liberty State Col- participating in the Statewide Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Edwards, for First Baptist Church. This meeting, lege; MEd from the University Lollipop Sale the month's theme is "Fire Detec- for the Heart Sand Fork, recently was Rosa Belle Gainer opened of Pittsburgh; a MDiv from Col- Association. assigned as a casket bearer tives", with the poem "When Leaves gate Rochester--Bexley Heart shaped lollipops were with the 3rd U. S. Infantry (The Kay Billips, Reporter Are Falling." The Homemakers HalI--Crozer Seminary and sold for donations and free Old Guard) at Fort Myer, have a lot of plans for the fall has completed requirements educational Heart literatureVirginia. = including a bazaar to be held for a doctorate at the Universi- brochures were distributed. His wife, Angelina, is with November 30 and December 1 ty of Pittsburgh. In 1957, he Among the largest donations him near the fort. at the Kanawha Drive Cam- received an honorary Doctorof were those from the following: . ,=,,,, , ASCS election munity Building. A lot of items Divinity degree from Alderson- Pioneer Grocery, $50.00; Ser- : _ made by the Kanawha Drive Broaddus College. nies Restaurant, $10.00; Donna | SHOULD YOU DRIVE TO II Homemakers will be sold. Retiring two years ago, Dr. Wyatt, $10.00; Jack Frymier, | IMAD@I(yIIIII= I:nD yttlll@ | )r the who would best serve the farm Roxy Ellyson was the lesson Farmer and his wife, Virginia, "5 "" n ........ h ...................... .UU a o Haul MCtSUllOUg , I ,,, .... .... ,...,. ....I Com. community, leader on How to be a Con- live in Parkersburg. $5.00. Many local businesses| RII=W qJK UJI=M tLAK-f | ently In order tobe valid, petitions tributing Member." During the and agencies participated by,on something as important asI Cars, must be limited to one discussion, it was found out purchasing or ' distributing |purchasing a new or used vehicle,| leon, nominee each, must include thereare four charter members Iollipo s Some of the par- t just makes good sense to see| P. Itural written certification that the presently active in the club. , hclpators" " included.' . Kanawhar he...... dealer who sells in volume, I ation nominee is willing to serve if They are Nancy Barton, Roxy ~"t~l~lg~ Ilninn I::l nh, n uu==ll llano oy Doing in a rural area can| v,,,v,, ,,.,,=,.,~, """'""'" sell for less liner elected, must be signed by at Ellyson, Pauline Radabaugh ' ,,v, Greenhouse Florist, Minnich Is, ..... - J to least three eligilbe farm voters and Marito Stalnaker. r,,%~;fc=l r~t,~./,~,t,,,~r, I A_ we na a group o Florist, Calhoun-Gilmer Career |em-lo"ees w ....... I their and be received in the county After the meeting, Rosa = -"r ai =, I-' ynu ~ry very nero toI for ASCS Office by October 29. iBellet e m Gainer ...... auctioned off She-lie Ham-aen, aaug- h' er of School.Center and Troy Elementary /Ikeep you happy with your vehicleI| ied Mr. Spurgeon urges all s orougn Dy ins Mr n-M Glenvllle Juniors extend| RIItRINedllN ! m r . a a f3. I"I. U. I-I~IIIUUII, ~/[., to farmers to petition for and--rvembe ........... s. Refreshments were OT" -rinceton, ........ WIll nola ner their "HEART felt thanks to| | elect those individuals they se eooyuesslewolre r ancy ......... feel would do a good job as a n=rt,-,neho enior Hecltal on ,' unoay, uc- all contributors, regardless of | CHl VY.i11111 .lrl:P | ................... '. ..... tabor 14 at 8 p m in the GSC the size of the donation. It is | "''---- w..=,,, ,,.,., | )n. member of the ASC Commit- The Kanawha Drive Exten- _ -i" i --" i" i i fr certainly encouraging to know 116o9 East Main St., Harrisville,I rn- tee. The election of concerned ' n . Aua tar urn. AOm SS on see. SlO Homemakers would hke Ms Hamden is a Princeton that Gilmer Countians care |.. West Virginia ne farmers to positions on ASC to invite anyone interested in "'i h :' ool red-a'- 'he is a about healthierheartsand ~e're not very far from where~ i H g c.,n g u ee. Committees is essential in the becom ng a member to the member "f Si--a' Si-ma longer lives. ,ou aret . . | eo administration of farm pro- meetings held the first Men-.-- r r=t-Ua-'--' "arKersburg422-1051I ~-%00 ,.y HU z~ t:o~, ~ ~ Helrrisville643-2927 ! ls, grams, day night of each month at" h I -" J ..... n m at th" c eer eaolng squag. Communit" BuiiclTn' ........... The Senior Recital is a par- - ' " ' '" - Y g" tial requirement for graduation Iram to implement with a Music Education -- Turner seiected degree. Ms. Hamden will be deduction for honor food amount of food stamps. If their the utility bills exceed the $127 Spec. 5 Reginald A. Turner, standard, they should apply son of Mr. and Mrs. Harless A. In a the actual amount because Turner, Glenville, recently was Id in. that would be a greater income named Noncommissioned Of- performing works by Debussy, Poulenc, lbert, Kennan, Verdi, Massenet, Mozart and Handel. She will be accompanied on piano by Mr. Ed. McKown and will perform a vocal duet with Mike George. Ms. Hamden is a voice and for deduction and therefore a ricerof the Quarter for the 15th flute major and is the student greater amount of food Adjutant General Company, of Dr. Raymond Jones and Ed stamps. 1st Cavalry Division Band at McKown. Families that do not pay Fort Hood, Texas. A receptionwillimmediately S. utility bills or have their utility He was selected for his follow the recital. costs included in their shelter soldierlyappearance, The public is invited to at- at payment cannot use the stan- knowledge and performance tend. dard. Eligible families do not of duties and military courtesy. Y have to use this method unless it will provide them with more food stamps. For more information on the utility standard and other aspects of the food stamp pro- gram, contact your local welfare office. attend 4-H Forum Turner is a trumpet section leader in the band. His wife, Julie, is with him near the fort. For as little as $1,50 ~ week. your salu mouage wlU appear more than 3.750 timu each and every week. Call 462-7309 today and place your DEMOCRAT CLASSIFIED. Pressure; Motivating Teens; Programs for Teens and Involv- ing Teens in 4-H. The Northeast Regional Leader Forum, October 11-14, will be held at the Fernwood Resort, Bushkill, Pennsylvania in the heart of the Pocono Mountains. The Forum is span- sored by the National 4-H Council, J. C. Penny Co. and the Extension Service of the Northeast States. us ties west of Weston ' Built Homes - DOUBLE WTDES DISPLAY AND LIGHTED Friday til 8 p.m. Homes Association Nationwide insures cars against almost anything. Fire theft, liability, collision. No wonder we're the second largest mutual car insurer in the country. Let a Nationwide agent check your present policy to see if you are fully covered against today's driving problems. Call today. 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