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t I 1 Page 12B -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder--Thursday, Oct. 14, 2004 ~:[i~ ]-7 HALLOWEEN PARTY is Nov. 19. You MUST have all your ilmer Goings On Come and enjoy a spooktacular Hal- new information with you to get on Ioween Party on Sat., Oct. 30, 9:00 - the computer if you have not done 1:00, at the Gilmer Co. Recreation so. For more info. Call 462-8698. YELLOWSTONE & Center. Costumes, if you dare but not GRAND TETONS TOUR required. Judging at 12:00, snacks HISTORIC LANDMARKS COMM. The Calhoun County Committee On and mixers. Pay per person or per The Gilmer County Historic Land- Aging is sponsoring a tour, couple, with proceeds going tothe 1'' marks Commission will meet Thurs., Yellowstone & Grand Tetons, depart- Annual Community Christmas Gath- Oct. 21, at 6:30 pm; at the Commu- ing on Tues., Sept. 13, returning Man., ering. Sponsored by Glenville Jr. nity Showcase, 115 E. Main St Sept. 19, 2005. You will be visiting Women's Club. several locations including; Badlands HOMECOMING PARADE National Park, SD, Buffalo Bill His- PUBLIC SERVICE DISTRICT If you are interested in entering the toricalCenter, WY, Yellowstone, Griz- There will be a public meeting on Gilmer County High School Home- zly Wolf Center, Grand Teton Na- Tuesday, Nov. 16 at 7 p.m. at the coming Parade, Fri., Oct. 22, please tional Park, Mt. Rushmore and many Gilmer County High School in the pick up a form at your local stores, fill other exciting points of interest. Res- Commons Area (go in the front door it out and return it to Gilmer County ervations will include transportation, and take a right ). If you live in the High School. The forms need to be air fare, lodging, all tour fees on itin- areas listed below, you may sign the turned in by Oct. 18. The parade will erary, tour guides, CCCOA escort, Application for Water Services as well begin at 1:30, but lineup begins at and several meals. A payment plan is as pay your $100 Tap Fee at this 12:30. available. For details, please call: meeting. Please plan on attending NEW D.A.V. CHAPTER (304) 354-7017, 354-7822 or 354- this important meeting if you live in If you have not joined the Disabled 7002. Dont miss out on this wonder- the following areas: Gluck Run/East ful trip. Valley Drive, Ellis ~reek (Big Ellis), American Veterans, come to the VA Medical Center, Clarksburg, on Wed., Dusk Camp, State Rt. 5 (from the Oct. 20, at 7:00 pm in the Auditorium. HUD RENTAL ASSISTANCE end of Kanawha Drive to the Calhoun Bring your DD214.. The HUD RentalAssistance Program County Line, and Alice Rd. If you is available to residents who qualify have any questions, please call the WALK FOR WOMEN under the low-income limits that need office at 462-4272. Breast Health Awareness Day, Man., help with their rent through a private landlord. A meeting will be held on ANGEL TREE APPLICATIONS Oct. 18, at 6:00 pm, at the GSC Mor- Mon., Oct. 18, at 10:30 am, at the Community Resources started taking ris Stadium. Registration will start at Gilmer County Courthouse where Angel Tree applications on Oct. 12. 6:00, the program at 6:30, the walk qualified applicants can come and Must be income eligible. Ages will be begins at 7:00. Take a step against make application. For more informa- 14 and under. No over the phone breast cancer. A tee shirt to recog- tion, call the Housing Authority of sign-ups. Bring shirt, pants, shoesand nize breast cancer survivors will be Jackson County at 372-2343. jacket sizes. The final day to sign up available for a donation. Donations acceded to help uninsured WV and sign up for classes or call 462- women who need Breast or Cervical 4366 for more information. Cancer Diagnostic or Treatment Ser- vices. Call for a brochure or informa- HOUSE OF ETERNAL JUDGMENT House of Eternal Judgment at Glen- tion for FREE pap test or ville Community Church on Walnut mammogram: Gilmer Primary Care, St., Oct. 20-21. Tours begin at 4 462-7322 or Gilmer Co. Health Dept., p.m., no charge. Everyone welcome. 462-7351. FOLK FESTIVAL MEETING J.D. WILLIAMSON Folk Festival Meeting at 4:30 on Fri- J.D. Williamson from the West Vir- day, Oct. 15, at the Holt House. All ginia Fairs and Festivals will be at volunteer's welcome. Glenville State College on Friday, Oct. 15, from 2-6 p.m. Have your cartoon DELTA Xl RHO portrait done in 30-60 seconds. The members of Delta Xi Rho will be Wil!iamson does drawings of themes trick-or-treating for canned goods on portraits, sports, etc. You can order Tuesday, Oct. 26 from 6 p.m. until 9 a picture from a photograph by call- p.m. They would greatly appreciate ing 1-800-453-3729. your support. BBQ A Meet Your Democrat Candidate BBQ will be held on Sun., Oct. 17, at 1 p.m. at the Gilmer County recre- ation Center. Donkey rides will be held for children. Free food, fun and fellowship with your Democratic can- didates. Everyone invited! ADULT BASIC EDUCATION CLASSES Once again Adult Basic Education Classes will be offered at Gilmer County High School. An organiza- tional meeting will be held Thursday, Oct. 14, at the green building in front of the high school at 4-6 p.m. Inter- ested parties are invited to stop by .ii:i!i:: I John Kerry- in his words: "As President, I will always protect your right to keep and bear arms." "As President, I will protect and restore wildlife habitat to ensure geod hunting and fishing for generations to come." I sponsored the Open Fields BUl in the Senate, which will make more land available for hunting. As Presldent, I will open more public land for hunting and fishing." Bnsh and his buddies at NRA are trying to scare you, but John Kerry and I know nothing scares the mo sportsmen and sportswomen of West Virginia. 2nd Amendment allows us to keep and bear arms, no man can take our guns. This space does not allow an explanation of each of the 7 misleading charges the NRA tried to sell you. For a point-by-point discussion of the fabrications In that villainous NRA ad, I direct you te the October 6th edition of The Charleston Gazette on page 5A where Tim Van Grundy, a retired Professer at Davis & Elklns Collage did detailed research on these charges. Grundy closed the article by saying: "The NRA owes the country and Its membership an apology for this dishonest ad campaign." I agree. J George W. Bush says he's leading this country in the fight direction, but his record says something else. + feeds at the table of the wealthy. runs our sheep out of lush, green pasture into far away deserts, where the wolves kill our lambs. barks up a tree when there Is nothing there. Points at a mouse and tries to make us believe It Is an elephant. Die wins, This is to set the record straight. I am a Christian, family man, conservative, ex-legislator, hunter and directed the regional jail authority. Marge and I have been in several businesses, and God has allowed us to be successful in every one of them. I am paying for this advertisement because I am VERY VERY concerned about what has happened under this administration. Paid for by Billy B. Burke and not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee. Our Neighbors CiTY OF RICHWOOD The citizens of Richwood, WV, who sustained the worst flooding in 50 years last December, will hold a Rally for Southfork Lake on Wednesday, Oct. 20 at 7 p.m. at the Richwood High School auditorium. The Key- note Speaker will be Congressman Nick Joe Rahall who sponsored the Federal authorization for the water- shed study requiredlo proceed with a lake. "The lake would provide flood relief, drinking water, and economic development that would profit the en- tire region and state," said Mayor Bob Henry Baber, who will lead the Rally. The award-winning Richwood High School Band will play, other dignitar- ies and supporters will speak, and Southfork Lake balloons will be given to attending children. Over 500 people are expected for the event. For more information, contact Mayor Bob Henry Baber at 304-846-2596. CRAFT SALE Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital's Social/Recreation Commit- tee will have a craft sale on thurs., Nov. 11, at the hospital, the group invites crafters to call and reserve their spot. Last year over 20 individu- als took advantage of the sale to vend their wares. Hours are 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call Julia Spelsberg at 269- 8167 or Kim Rush at 269-8149. Cost is $1 per lineal foot of table length. 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: littlemiss wvand / Emaih littlemisswv @ CRAFTSMEN'S FAIR The 29th annual Gatlinburg Craftsrnen's Fair will be held Oct. 7 thru Oct. 24, daily 10:00 am - 7:00 pm, Sundays 10:00 am - 5:00 pm. Over 180 of the nation's best craft people will not only make their art available for viewing and sale, but also they will demonstrate their spe- cial talents and skills. The event is held at the Gatlinburg Convention Center. For more information, call 865-436-7479. or you can go to the web site, HALLOWEEN PARTY On Sat., Oct. 30, North Bend State Park will be holding their annual Hal- loween Party. The party will be at Shelter #3, and will last from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. There will be fun games, yummy candy, face painting, great prizes, costume and scream contests, and more! All ages are welcome to come. QUILTER'S GETAWAY WEEKEND From Oct. 22 - 24, North Bend State Park will be offering a Quilter's Get- away Weekend package. This pack- age offers the quilting enthusiast a chance for some professional instruc- tion and a time to get together with other quilters. Please call Nick Murray at the above number for more infor- marion and package prices. Activitie: REVIVAL There will be a Revival at the Troy Church. It is charge-wide on Oct. 24- 27 at 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Come be with us, Rev. Alan Neal. IGNITE THE FLAME Liberty in Christ Church's "Ignite the Flame" fall Revival starts Sunday, October 24 at 10 a.m. with Pastor Mike Westfall. He can also be heard at 6 p.m. and Man. at 7 p.m. On Wed., Oct 27 at 7 p.m. Pastor Kurk Moore - Restoring Life Ministries, Clarksburg; Thurs., Oct. 28 at 7 p.m. Ladies Night - Miss Bonnie Huffman, Pastor, New Life Church, Hunting-~ ton; Friday at 7 p.m. is Dr. Darrell Huffman - Pastor, New Life Church, Huntington. Saturday, Oct. 30 at 7 p.m., Youth Night- Rev. John Means, WV PCG Youth Director. For more information or transportation within Buckhannon city limits, call 472-1147. REVIVAL The Hardman Fork Baptist Church (Grass Run), will have a revival, start- ing Oct. 17, beginning at 7:00 pm. Elder Richard Wesffall, Pastor. Ev- eryone is welcome. REVIVAL - SING On Fri. - 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. I |1 I I I II I I A reminder to everyone: our Rx for WV Meeting (about prescription drug costs) will be this Thursday at 6:30, in our dining room. Please come! We want to say "thanks" to the Camden Flats Baptist Church, for the nice flower pots you gave to all of our residents and the magazines. It was such a surprise to have put an ar- ticle in our news a week ago about the need for fodder shocks and then the first I of last week have some donated. I Burl and Carol Kimble donated the i shocks and Carol made beautiful [ bows for us to hang outside, [ and also a lovely wreath, that ] is hanging above the outside ] entrance doors. We really' o I appreciate your kindness. Auction Residence of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Reale Glenville, WV-- Rt. 33 north o[Glenville, 3 miles Saturday, Oct. 23, 200 1 10:00 am Guns: ._~0-.30 (Winchester Model 94), .410 (lSardner Model SBT), .20 ga. (Mossberg Bolt Action), .12 ga. (Smith & Wesson Model 1000), .20 ga. (Auto Ithaca), . 12ga. (Winchester Pump Model 120), . 12 ga. (Winchester Auto Model 1400), .22 Rifle (Savage, Model 5 Single Shot). Couch (makes into bed). Recliner, 3-Pc. Couch, Loveseat and Ottoman, 3- Pc. Sectional Living Room Suite, Chair w/Wood Ottoman, 3-Pc. Chair :Hassock, Table (Wicker), Iron Flower Stand w/Wood Top, Wall Pictures Brass Trunks (Large and Small), Chandlcholders, Two Chairs (Green and White), Televisions,Fireplace Screens, Wall Mirror (Gold Trim), Rug (6x9), Rug (9x 12), 2 Black Shelves (Large), World Globe, Reading Multi-Lamp (7 ft.. real nice) Dinette Set (table. chairs and hutch, dark cherry, real nice), Dinette Table w/Glass Top and Chairs. Refrigerator (Kcnmore w/ice maker), 4 Bar Stools (iron), M icrowave 4-Pc. Bedroom Suite (cherry, real nice), Night Stands, Ping Pong Table, Exerciser (Nordic-Track), Weight Bench w/weights, VCR's, CD Burner, PlayStation. Game Boy, Train Set, Computer Accessories, Stereos, Games, Sleds, File Cabinet Patio Furniture, Large Flower Pots, Lawn Chairs, Lawn Mowers, Riding Lawn Mower (Poulan Pro. 60speed, 42-inch, 20 HP), Riding Lawn Mower Western Auto, 46-in., 6-speed), Push Mower (self-propelled). Many other items too numerous to mention. This is a real clean sale. All furniture is in good shape. Terms: Cash or Check with Positive ID LUNCH SERVED NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS Aunouaceo;ents day of sale take precedence over all printed material Auctioneer: Ed Duelley Phone: 462-8996 Lie. No." 124