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Thursday, October 17, 2013 - The (;lenville I)emncrat / Pathfinder - Page 5 rcoran urnn I Addresses; possible chicanery in State Government; area tidbits & more cont'd ... gram. into a Thurs., Nov. 7, grouping at cheon will take place on next Wed. ' for just getting outside and doing a To the contrary, many people, like GSC's new WACO Center. This morning, Oct. 23 at the Trinity little walking, as this publisher did myself, believe that this is a less ef- will be the FIRST time the general United Methodist Church down- and enjoyed. fective method for emergency re- public and local business people will town. You can either eat there, take it Postscript, No. 1 sponders, compared with using satel- have an opportunity to see the large homeor back to your office for a quiet History Society mtg. lite technology. After all, the police new facility, meal. Don'tforgetthattheGilmerCounty cruisers already had laptops, so if The social will be sponsored by the Volunteers are always needed for HistoricaISociety's meetinghasbeen they were back in some hollow, they GSC's Land Resources & Survey- the SaladLuncheon. They prepare the changed to noon on Thurs., Oct. 31. could still get internet instructions, ing Dept., one of the finest in the sandwiches and the trays that are sent That's Hailoween Day itself, socome which would not be possible if the whole country. This department is out and deliver the lunches. If you on out to the Holt House Museum's responder couldn't station himself in locatedinthefinishedeastwingofthe would like to help, you may contact AnnexonGlenville'sEastMainStreet ,a straight line to the tower. Ditto for building, which will also be opened RosaBelleCunninghamat304-462- to enjoy a good luncheon, a good the firefighters! sometime in the near future for bas- 7534 or Linda Bailey at 304-462- program and a good afternoon. Onthe other hand, if you have $38 ketball games, special events and for 7715. Dress up in a costume if you like, million taxpayer dollarsto spend, why the community to have available 24/7 The proceeds go to the First Bap- but just show up for the meal, speaker go for an approximately $10 million medical care. It'll be a real asset to our ' tist Church of Glenville's Cancer and some added "fun talk I" satellite project? entire region, not to forget those who. Fund." Hence, they keep the monies We Historical Society members will I kind of lost some faith in our are injured or fall ill and need urgent here at home for helping patients to befortunatetohaveMaryAnnRada- state's Broadband Committees when care here pronto, fight their disease, baugh, Gilmer's masterfulpoet-his- they alldecidedtoendorsetheGianato Formal Ball & Concert Nov. 9 If you can help,just show up at the torian and retired teacher, as our deal. At the time, though, I didn't Next up is a gala event: On Sat. Trinity United Methodist Church featured speaker, and, as always, she realize that there was possibly more evening, Nov. 9, the 2nd Annual on Main Street in Glenville the day 'does a good job in explaining local, in it for the Homeland Security Direc- Veterans & Military Ball will take of the luncheon. The work begins at state and national history in an ener- tor and his friend, the Communica- place in the Moilohan Campus Com- about 7:30 am. getic, colorful and accurate manner. tions Director, than what met the eye. munity Center. This formal social Breast Cancer Awareness Also, think of one of your best In the end, the State Auditor's Of- affair was very colorful, elegant, lively In addition to this traditional anti- Halloween stories or tales to share rice is like a bulldog; when it gets its and well-attended last year. It had cancer event, the WV Cervical & with the group. I have a good one, jaws into something, it won't let go been part of Jim Spears andDr.Bob Breast Cancer Awareness Agencyabout a little boy who got frightened until it gets some satisfaction. We Henry Baber's Veterans Legacyis planning to fund-raise at the Hays to death when "trick or treating" at a taxpayers will just have to see what Week'sactivities.Fordetails,callthe City intersection on Sat., NOV. 2. relative's home some year ago. happens regarding this issue. GSC Foundation at 304-462-4125. Volunteers will ask motorists for con- As is the tradition, the meeting will Will coffee shop make it?Also, that same evening at 7 p.m., tributions, which they can place in start with a Halloween festive cov- From my sources at the college, it the Charleston Chamber Music So- containers. This is a good regional ered dish luncheon. Call Dot Frey at appears that Java City's coffee shop cietywillpresenttheJanusTriofrom agency, whichdoesalotoffreeMam- 304-462-4295 (Wed.-Sat. after- and sandwich bar will reopen in the Brooklyn, NY at Christ Church in mograms for area ladies who can't noons) for food donation ideas. The GSC Small Business Center nextdowntown Charleston. For informa- afford the lifesaving procedure, meeting will also provide more ex- semester. It's be closed all summer tion, contact: arielartist, com/artists/ Kelley Cain, oftheGilmerCountycitementwiththeelectionofofficers. and fall. That's good news for people janus-trio/ FRN, is helping out with this good Postscript, No. 2 who like to take coffee breaks and Cancer Luncheon next Wed. cause. Call her for details of how to Kudos to our newspaper's new GSC prefertoeatlightandnutritiousmeals. This is your last chance to get in- help at 304-462-7545. History Dept.'s Mini-Intern Kevin Business After 5 update volved with our colorful and popular Conclusion Hardbarger! He's finding out some Next, the October and Novemberanticancer fund-raiser the Salad Once again, have a wonderful interesting facts about the state's gala Gilmer County Business After 5Luncheon. This popular Gilmerweek and weekend! Over this past Centennial Celebration in 1963. PM Social Hours will be.combined County Cancer Unit's Salad Lun- week's ending, the weather was nice New Testament Preaching In the New Testament, the apostles clearly preached what must be done to be saved. They all spoke the same message and there was no contradiction on the way of salvation. Peter taught that God made Jesus "both Lord and Christ." (Acts 2:36) He then told the Jews how to be saved. "Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost." (Acts 2:38) Philip preached Jesus; those who believed were baptized. "Then Philip went down to the city of Samaria, and preached Christ unto them." (Acts 8:5) "But when they believed Philip preaching the things concerning the king- dom of God, and the name of Jesus Christ, they were baptized, both men and women." (Acts 8:12) d Paul, recounting his conversion, taught how sins were forgiven. "And now why tamest thou? arise, and be baptized, and wlgsh away thy sins, calling on the name of theLord." (Acts 22:16) Paul's sins were washed away when he was baptized. Paul called on the name of the Lord by being baptized. Peter taught Cornelius about Jesus, then gave him a command. "Can any man forbid water, that these should not be baptized,, which have received the Holy Ghost as well as we? And he commanded them to be baptized in the name of the Lord. Then prayed they him to tarry certain days., (Acts 10:47- 48) Paul taught the Corinthians the apostles doctrine. "And Crigpus, the chief ruler of the synagogue, believed on the Lord with all his house; and many of the Corinthians hearing believed, and were baptized." (Acts 18:8) Peter taught, "The like figure whereunto even baptism doth also now save us (not the putting away of the filth of the flesh, but the answer of a good conscience toward God,) by the resurrection of Jesus Christ." (1 Peter 3:21) At no time in the New Testament did the apostles teach any doctrine but the one which says that you must hear the gospel', (John 20:30-31; Romans believe the gospel, (Hebrews 11:6; Romans 1:16) repent of your sins, (Luke 13:3; Acts 17:30-31) confess Christ, (Romans 10:10; Matthew 10:32) be baptizeql for the remission of your sins, (Mark 16: 16; Acts 2:38) and continue faithful unto death. (2 Peter 1:1-11; Revelation 2:'10) Such doctrines as receiving Jesus into your heart to be your personal savior and praying through at an altar, to name two among many, were not taught by Jesus, nor the apostles. To be saved, we must follow the teaching of Christ. Jesus made it clear when he said, "If a man love me, he will keep my words: and my Father will love him, and we will come unto him, and make our abode with him. He that loveth me not keepeth not my sayings: and the word which ye hear is not mine, but the Father's which sent me." (John 14:23-24) "If ye love me, keep my commandments." (John 14:15) Do you love Christ? Shock Church of Christ, 2259 Tanner Fork Road, Shock, WV 26638 Vernon Kerns, Phone: 304-364-5460 Have fun: join a local civic, church or school club! Federal breakdown & Interim Sessions cont'd ... Water Resources, Senate Judiciary Chamber islative information, including the 4:00 PMJudiciary Subcommittee C, House 11:00 AM Joint Committee on Government copies of bills, conference reports, Judiciary and Finance. Senate Finance daily summaries, interim highlights, 5:00 PMEqual Pay Commission, House Fi- 12:00PM Joint Standing Committee on Fi- and leave me a message on the nance nance, House Gov. Org. Legislature's web site at http:// 5:00 PMJudiciary Subcommittee A, House 12:00 PM Joint Standing Committee on the www.legis.state.wv.usZ When leav- Judiciary Judiciary, House Chamber 5:00 PMLegislative OversightCommission 1:00 PM]oint Standing Committee on Edu- ing a message, please remember to on Education Accountability, Sen- cation, House Chamber include your phone number with your ate Finance How to contact me! inquiry and any details you can pro- 6:00 PM Agriculture and Rural Develop- Send your inquiries to the Capitol vide. Additional information, includ- ment, House Gov. Ors. Office at: Building 1, Room 462-M, ing agency links and the state govern: 6:00PM Education Subcommittee C - Audit Charleston, WV 25305. Or, callment phone directory, may be found Isst/es, House Judiciary Nancy Butcher in the Finance Com- at Also, you may fol- Wednesday, October 23, 2013 lowme on Facebook at"Brent Boggs", 9:00 AM Council of Finance and Adminis- mittee office at 340-3230; or fax to tration, Senate Finance340-3388. If you have an interest in Twitterat"@DelBrentBoggs",aswell 9:00 AM Joint Committee on Government any particular bill or issue, please let as the WV Legislature's Facebook Operations, House Chamber me know. For those with Internet ac- page at "'West Virginia Legislature" 9:00AM JintStandingCmmitteenGv- cess, my e-mail address is: or on Twitter at ernment Org., House Chamber Brent.Boggs @ wvlegislature. 10:00 AM Joint Committee on Health, House You may also obtain additional leg- Continue to remember our troops at home and abroad and keep them and their families in your Folk Festival Facts & Notes: thoughtsandprayers.Untilnextweek. take care! Dear 2013 & 2014 Belles, As you can tell by my editorials, I'm very afraid of "heights," so the "Fiscal Cliff" politicking and government shutdown is get- ting to me! In fact, I'm going out West to visit my daughter, Catherine, for the first time since she moved out there. Because she works for the federal government, she can't take time off to be with me, so we'll mainly do things together in the evenings and weekends. She'll be a Belle some day, I feel sure, because she's got ambition, is creative, loves hard work and has that old-fash- ioned pioneer spirit, just like all of you. 5ome activities that you may have missed at the three-day Folk Festival are those at the Gilmer County Historical Society, where there are crafts demonstrators, like the blacksmithing skill, and tours of the Holt House Museum. This historic house is the birthplace of the late Helen Holt Mollohan, who, uniquely, became the wife of a U.S. Congressman and mother of another U.S. Congressman. An interesting tour awaits your return as a "Belle of the Past." Have a great week! Dave Sr., Publisher FREE Old Newspapers The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder Weather Summary Glenville Seven Day Forecast I Getyour Ill I VnEE Warm I III Morning III stove ]l sta er I II(5 /papersat l our II II ='"newspaper'sllI II lob N. 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L)..cL,..J2~.19_I~- Winds as high as 70 mph, caused by a hurricane moving up the Florida peninsula. carried water out of Tampa Bay and the Hillsboro River The water level dropped to nine feet below average. Forty ships were grounded as a result. Today we will see partly cloudy skies with a 30% chance of showers, high temperature of 61, humidity of 62%. The record high temperature for today is 91 set in 1928. Expect mostly cloudy skies tonight with a 50% chance of showers, overnight low of 42. The record low for tonight is 26 set in 1970. Friday, skies will be mostly sunny with a high temperature of 62, humidity of 54%. Skies will be partly cloudy Friday night with an overnight low of 43. Expect partly cloudy skies Saturday with a 30% chance of showers, high temperature of 62. e..eak2fJla~ Thu 10:27-12:27 9:57-11:57Mon 12:25-2:2512:55-2:55 Fri 11:16-1:1610:46-1,:46 Tue 1:14-3:14 1:44-3:44 Sat 11:30-1:3011:00-1:00Wed 2i04-4:04 2:34-4:34 Sun .... 11:35-1:35 Full Thu 7:35'a.m. 6:41 p.m, 5:54 p.m. 6:07 a,m. New 10/18 i~ 12~,',.! Fri 7:36 a.m.6:39 p.m.6:29 p.m.7:11 a.m. 11/3 Sat 7:37 a.m. 6:38 p.m.7:06 p.m.8:14 a.m. Sun 7:38 am.6:36 p.m.7:46 p.m.9:14 a.m. Last l~v//'~"~ Mon 7:40 a.m.6:-35 p.m. 8:29 p.m. 10:12 a.m. "~"~'~ First 10/26 ~ Tue 7:41 a.m.6:34p.m.9:15p.m 11:06a.m. ~ 11/10 Wed 7:42 a.m.6:32 p.m. 10:04 p.m. 11:56 am. 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