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October 18, 1979

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The Glenville Democrat.Pathlinder 3 NEWS bY Mildred Radcliff Ralph Perrine celebrates 79th birthday Sand Mr. and Miss Tena Montgomery iff were visited the Robert Hinters Burton Monday evening. dand. Mr. and Mrs. Olen Radcliff of Parkersburg spent Saturday one night visiting the Harold Radcliff family. Sleeth Mary Burton was a big win- on ner of a free food basket at the seem Foodland store in Glenville and last week. Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lamb of and Scio, Ohio, spent Tuesday living evening visiting the Astor Bur- tons. new Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hinter Lea in- and Angela, Mrs. Betty Robert- i wrote son, Mrs. Mary Burton and is the Alma Smith attended the World Wide Communion ser- to vice at the Troy church Sunday evening. They had a good meeting. meeting held On the evening of August 25, fifty relatives and neighbors gathered at the home of Ralph and Susie Per- fine to surprise Ralph with a party on his 79th birthday. The evening was spent visiting, picture taking and children playing with cousins they seldom see. Ralph receiv- ed many nice gifts and refreshments were enjoyed by all. A beautiful birthday cake was a present from Fred, Wan- da and Chris Mowery of Rosedale. It was decorated by Mrs. Pauline Mowery of Gassaway. All of Raiph's nieces and nephews came to help celebrate as did many great, great-great, and one great-great-great nephew, three week old Larry Brandon Dennison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dennison. Ralph expresses thanks for all the gifts he received and heartfelt gratitude to all for coming and making his 79th birthday in his words "the best birthday I ever had." Attending the party were: Park and Mabel Norman; Charley and Flossie Perrine; Howard and Marie Singleton; Larry, Kim, Jeromy, Mandy and Brandon Dennison; Park and Garnet Woodyard; Floyd Mace; Brock, Anna, Todd, Amy and Jason Stewart; Dane and Car- rie Frame; Macel, Marilyn and Christina Frame; Marlene and Crystal Carr; Joe, Mary and Kevin Cogar; Shirley and Azalee Perrine; Berk Perrine; Jerry, Kim and Jessica Perrine; Bruce, Sheryl, Billy and Bobby Jo Perrine; Darrell and Theresa Golf; Fred, Wanda and Chris Mowery; Gary, Gerry, Marcia, Brian, Misty, Carey and Lori Moore and Ralph and Susie Perrine. of Wilson, and Elder Darrill and Hashman, from Micah 6:8 and Lt. Pat McCartney returns Collosians 2:6, respectively. 3tist Saturday night services d at begun at 7:30, with Devotional from Mediterranean Sea Baptistby Brother Lyle James, follow- rday ed by an Evangelistic Navy Lt. Patrick L. McCart- designed forall-weatheropera- i andMessage, by Elder Rodney ney, son of Loren S. and tion and capable of both tac. Minney. d to Sunday Morning services Georgia P. McCartney of Glen- tical bombing and providing with opened at 10 a.m. song service ville, recently returned from a close air support for ground of being conducted by Brother deployment in the Mediterra- troops. by Bill Mohr and Deacon Jack nean Sea. A 1965 graduate of Glenville Sutphin, with Sandra Shreves He is an officer assigned to High School, and a 1969 ducted at the piano. Devotional was Attack Squadron 95, based at graduate of Glenville State with conducted by Deacon Hedge the Whidbey Island Naval Air College, with a Bachelor of piano. Stump, followed by a message Station, Oak Harbor, Arts degree, McCartney joined Goldie Siebert has a new great-grandson born October 6, in Buckhannon Hospital. The parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Haddis. Mrs. Haddis is the daughter of James Smith Jr., son of Goldie Siebert. Jimmie Crawford, nephew of Goldie Siebert died October 8 in Youngstown, Ohio. He died in his sleep at home. Howard Carr was visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Carr Sunday. Retha Spaur and Maxine i Spaur went shopping in P| tes . [itles Weston October 10, ano to l Long John Silvers for lunch. ! Licensing Service 1 I Driver's License I 3-$ Day Service | 1 l I Call 462-56/5 Georgie Carr went with 26 Senior Citizens to Kingwood for the Buckwheat Festival. She said they all enjoyed tile trip even the good buckwheat cakes and sausages. e airs.9 ! EXXON For Quality Auto Radiator and Cooling System Service B-5 Mon thru Fri 462-8763 8-12 Sol by Elder Fred Dobbins. At 11 Washington. While deployed, the Navy in April 1971. !ton' a'm" in the absence of Eider C" his squadrn was embarked itder Stalnaker, Elder Charles aboard theaircraftcarrierUSS Attend The Church elected Fisher delivered a message America operating as a unit of ) tern. from Phil. 3:17. the U.S. 6th Fleet. ses-At the noon recess a very During the six-month cruise, Of Your Choice d With a delicious luncheon was served he and his shipmates par- ,is 17:1, in the basement of the church, ticipated in training exercises This Sunday follow- At 1:15 services continued with other 6th Fleet units and Isaiah with Devotional being con- participated in the major operations "Multiplex 79," - UNITED METHODIST GOSPEL CHURCH OF GOD FIRST BAPTIST ducted by Deacon Oren Sump- Called ter, messages were delivered in by Elder William Murphy, from 1 John 2:6, and Elder J. Walter Stalnaker, from Eph. 5:2. All by services were attended by after large crowds, and a great Were Spiritual feast was enjoyed by Lonzo all. as Coordinator LI Health Clinic JeL_ The Gilmer County Mental Health Clinic is located in the Medical Center on Mineral an- Road. For more information call 462-5716. Center "Dawn Patrol" and "National Week." Port visits were made in several foreign countries, in- cluding Yugoslavia and Egypt, with many of the crew par- ticipating in several helping hand projects. His squadron flies the A-6 "Intruder" jet attack bomber, SOME BIG CHEESE The biggest block of cheese ever made.was a 17-ton ched; dar produced by Wisconsin cheese makers and displayed at the 1964.New York World's Fair. It used 170,000 quarts of milk--.43 years' worth from the average cow--National Geographic World magazine says. work to Who enville )Y CUr- III I )/.an to Rigid Tools iCans more five N Hydraulic Hose & Fittings Approved . Orange Gas Pipe and Fittings Iron Fittings i Pi I 21 Fairground Rd. 462-5689 Night 269-4961 or 269-4785 or 269-5877 t i1 i I i / GLENVILLE CIRCUIT SOUTHERN BAPTIST PENTECOSTAL CHURCH First Sunday, Ellis at 10CHAPEL 628N. LewisSt. Sunday Church School at a.m., Blackburn 11 a.m. and Sunday School meets at Sunday School 10 a.m., mot- 9:45 a.m,, worship service at College St. 7:30 p.m.; So- 9:45 a.m., evening services nlng worship 11 a.m. Sun- 11 a.m Sunday evening wor- cond Sunday, Otterbeln 10"on Sdnday at 6:30 p.m. day evening service 7:30 ship at 8 p.m, Prayer a.m., College Street 11 a.m, Prayer meeting Wednesday p.m. and Wednesday prayer meeting and blb!e ,'~tudy and Oak Grove 7 p.m.; Third at 7 p.m. Rev. Donald D. Fox, and praise service 7:30 p.m, Wednesday at 8 pro. Choir Sunday, Oak Grove 10 a.m., pastor, rehearsal Sunday at 7:15 College Street 11 a.m. and TANNER UNITED, p.m, Rev. James L. Kipp, Otterbein 7:30 p.m.; Fourth ROSEDALEUNITED METHODIST CHURCH Pastor. - Sunday, Otterbein 10 a,m., METHQJ~ISTCHURCH Sunday School each Sun- College Street 11 a.m. ~d Sun'day, S~chool each Sun- dayat 10 a.m Pre~(.hir;g t~e Oak Grove 7 p.m. Noservice dayat lOa.m'.P,reacblngtbe second Sunday ot ~.he on the Fifth SU~d&y. ,? ,e firSt~d~.~f~he'nioniha! mot~th by Mantey Collins, 11 a.~m.and the third Sunday Pastor. ~ "- TROY UNITED METHODIST CIRCUIT of the month at 7 p.m. Rev. Carl Houghton is Pastor. First Sunday, Liberty at Hurst at 10 a.m. and Vadis at 11 a.m.; Second Sunday Cox's Mills at 10 a.m., Troy RHOADES CHAPEL at 11 a.m, and Doyle Chapel MEMORIAL CHURCH at 7 p.m.; Third Sunday, Troy LITTLE BULL RUN at 10a.m. andMt. Earnestat Sunday School at 10 a.m, 11 a.m.; Fourth. Sunday, Up- every Sunday. Every first, per Ellis at 11 a.m. No ser- second and fourth Sunday vice on the Fifth Sunday. is preaching at 11 a.m. by Rev. G. B. Vanhorn. Third HEPZlBAHBAPTIST Sunday morning at 11 a.m. CHURCH - STOUT'S MILL ,s preaching by Rev. Glenn Sunday School is held every Ktrkpatrick. Sunday at 10 a.m. and preaching services are held second Sunday at 2 p.m TRINITY UNITED CROOKED RUN COMMUNITY CHURCH Sunday School is held every Sunday at 10 a.m. Worship service is held the first Sun- day of the month at 7:30 p.m. Bible study class is held at 7:30 p.m. the second, third and fourth Sundays. Worship service is held the fourth Sunday ef the month at 10 a.m. with the Rev. Glenn Ktrkpatrick. ROSEDALE BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School at 10 a.m. Preaching the first, secon~'J and fourth Sunday of each STEWART'S CREEK METHODIST CHURCH month at 7 ~.m and the CHURCH Church classes on Sunday third Sunday at 11 a,m, Sunday School every Sun- meet at 9:45 a.m. Morning Elder Lonzo Wilson is the day at 10 a.m. Preaching Worship begins at 10:55 pastor. each Second Sunday morn. a.m, and Youth Fellowship ing with Hey. Glenn is at 4:30 p.m. Children's CHESTNUT GROVE Kirkpatrick, LEADING CREEK BAPTIST CH U RCH Sunday School every Sun- day at 10 a.m. Worship ser- vices the first Sunday of the month at 11 a.m. A bible SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Saturday Bible Study at 10 a.m. and Worship Service at 11 a.m. CHURCH OF GOD OF PROPHECY DUSK CAMP Sunday School 10 a.m. and Morning Worship 11 a,m Pastor J B, Groves. V.L.B. Youth Service Sunday at 6 p.m. EvaP~elistic S~rvice Sunday at 7:30 p.m Midweek Service Wednes- day at 7:30 p.m, COPEN CREEK CHURCH Sunday SchoH every Sun- day at 10 a,m. Worship ser- vice every second Sunday at 9:30 a,m, SANDFORK 3APTIST CHURCH ' Sunday Schoot is held each choir practice is on Thurs- BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday at t0 a,m. and Wor- day at 6 p.m. and the Sanc- AT LATONIA ship Service at il a.m. t~e Sunday School at 10 a.m first and third Sundays and tuary choir rehearses at 7 each Sunday. Preaching the at 7' ~).m. the second and p.m. third Sunday of each month fourth Sundays, Youth at 11 a.m. Bible Study eacr~ Fellowship meets Wednes. GOSPEL MISSION Sunday at 7 p m. Rev. Cliff day at ? p.m. and Midweek SAND FORK Sams. Pastor. Services are held each study is held at 7 p.m. on ThAr~ will hn. rAnHl~r ~Ar- Wednesday at 7:30 p,m, The the Thursday preceding vices F'ridnv-ni'nl~t''~t th~DUSK CAMP pastor is Clyde Bush, ..... -' ....... DI T CH each hrst and third Sunday Go~el Mi~.qinn METHO S URCH ...... h of the month. Pastor is Rev. '- Sunday Sc oo at 10 a.rn. ST. MARKS Harry Miller. n~e=~:. T*~cOM*r., = Prayer meeting on Thursday EPtSCOPALCHURCH N~O~N~.~u=~.~.n~.~-~':=.='.~. at 7 p.m. Preaching the se~ Worship service will be held TANNER CHAPEL "~t~;~ll~l~18RI`i" condSunday at 11 am. in the Wesley Foundation Services each Sunday morn- Sunda " h(:~o'~ - ~;(J Chapel at Glenvilte State y I at u a m ing. Sunday evening and on.~ ~. n.~ ....... ; .... ,7"~ GLENVILLE College on Sundays. Holy Wednesday eveninn Alfred ....""=~ ........ =., ,.,N PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Communion at 11 a.m. Hickman, ;astor. "" ~dne:dr:Tert ?.e~netlngms. Sunday School at 10 a.m, Pastor - "'" "::"" "~n" v. Service for the Lord's D~y at , KANAWHA Hanoy wuso GOOD SHEPHERD 11 Q.m. ~, DRIVECHURCH CATHOLIC CHURCH Missionary Services are held each Sun. MINERAL ROAD. Chapel CHURCH OF CHRIST dax at 1O a,m. and 7.30 p.m. GLENVILLE RtverSt, Bible"Service at 10:.30 a.m Wednesday evening ser- Sunday Mass will be held at Sunday School at 10:30. on Sunday with evening vices are held at 7 p.m. The 10 a.m. and Holy Day Mass Sunday Evening services at wOrship at 7 p.m. Miaweek Youth Group meets at 6 will be held at 7 p.m Con- 7:00 and every Wednesday service at 7 p.m. on Wednes- p.m on Sunday, Rev Norr s " v i " -" de'" Be cher astor fessions before Mass, e en ng a~/:uu, y. , P The following merchants urge you to go to church " COMMUNITY DRAKE S QUAKER sTATE SUPERMARKET SERVICE Glenville 462-8863 Bulk Gasoline, Fuel Oil Lubricating Oils & Greases GLENVILLE FORD SALES 462.7868 Baldwin Ford Sales and Service . . _Ro rtB.Cltapmaan ..-- GILMER GRAPHICS, INC Main . ulenvme All Your Prtnti ng Needs" ER Glenville 462 7309 CALHOUN SUP SERVICE 102-04 S. Lewis Glenvllle BENNETT'S STORE SUMMERS PHARMACY Rosedale, W. Va. At Your Service Glenville 462-7373 HAMRIC S JEWELRY Quality Jewelry GLENVILLE MIDLAND CO. Watch Repair Clothing for the Whole Family 32 E. Main Glenville Main St. Glenvllle WILLIAMS GROCERY KANAWHA UNION BANK AND EXXON STATION Complete Banking Service B.H. (Jack) Lowe Member F.D.I.C 462 -7-' 7341 N ormantown, WV ,ii i, ! L L i;i