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! t Page 4B --- The Glenviile Democrat/Pathfinder --- Thursday, Oct. 21, 2004 l lll i Ii i, ll I1 IIIIII I I GeraldineMarks 462-7477 iiiii i,iiii| i, SOFTBALL TEAM FROM 1940 GLENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL CLASS: Row 1: Emogene Frame, Susan Brown, Anna Lea Hamric, Ruth Wolfe, Dortha Snider. Row 2: Greta Meadows, Evelyn Wagner, Lena Ruth Rymer, Margaret Waiters and Pauline Burke Students Once Had to Leave Home for Education This is another of the pictures I havebeen takingVioxx for two or Emogene Frame gave me to share three years. Someone asked me if I with my readers. Greta Meadows and was going to see a lawyer. Since I've Emogene Frame graduated from never had a heart attack and am still Roseda|e in the eleventh grade. Like alive, I have no reason to contact a a lot of other students, to further their lawyer. Dr, Givens put me on Lodine education, they had to leave home. I tbr my rheumatoid arthritis. I only suppose they boarded somewhere in needed one Vioxx pill daily; now I Glenville. have to remember to take two pills, SomeoftheRosedalestudentswent I wish drug companies would do to Gassaway to continue their educa- more research or give us a break on tion, My uncle l,ewi~ Allen boarded our drug prices and quit all the TV and worked somewhere in Gassaway advertising. to continue his education. His son In early summer, I bought some Carl tells me he also attended Spen- Bug-Be--GoneatWal-Mart.Ithought cer High School in 1927 when the all Bug-Be--Gone sprays were alike. 9th and 10th grades were offered to I sprayed my cabbage, cucumbers, students, sweet potatoes and blueberry bushes. We had really had some pretty Then I decided to checkthe instruc- weather-- nice warm days and cool lions and see when I could pick the nights., before Matthew blew a 3 day blueberries. I learned thatl had bought rain in. We really needed the rain. Bug-Be-Gone for Japanese beetles I've added a quilt to my bed. The cool and it didn't say how soon I could eat nights are nice sleeping weather, anything. Daughter Regina and her husband, I called the 800 number listed on Todd, were home over the week- the container and found I couldn't eat end. Regina helped me dosome fall anything l had sprayed and l shouldn't putting away jobs and washed and grow anything in the ground after I cleaned out my car. It sure looked pulled the plants up. I planted new nice. Regina, Todd and I ate Sunday sweet potatoes around the middle of dinner at daughter Jo Ann and Mike June and was surprised when we dug Hill's in Normantown. them and they turned out pretty good. RecentlyDebbieCarico, wholives Last week Braxton Exterminators in Buckhannon, called me. She was sprayed my house and I don't have looking for John Anderson any lady bugs in my house, no do I Cunningham and Rebecca J. Fleming. have spiders on my porch, nor in my John Anderson Cunningham never house. returned from the Civil War. She Ourleavesarelookingreallyprett3 thought maybe Rebecca Flenner Thisisagoodtimetotakeadriveand Cunningham and George " enjoy our lovely hillsides. Cunningham might have been a mis- Sorry, proof reader, last week I print and were her ancestors she was surely made my Tletters unclear. My looking for. It was interesting that AuntLacyshouldhavereadauntTacie both names were so similar. Conrad. Baldwin Merry Makers Submitted by Abby Chapman minder that officer training is sched- The Baldwin Merry Maker 4--H uled for Tuesday, November9,6pm, Club held its regularly scheduled at GCHS. meeting Sunday, October 17. We We are still selling chances on the welcome new member Sarah rocking chair until November 22. We Normant. We welcome anyone else arealsoplanningaDeerHunters'Din- who would like to become a member ner on November 22nd from 4:30-8 of our club. pm, at the Baldwin Community Build- The election of officers was held. ing. $5.00 will get you your choice of Congratulations to President Danielle beans/cornbread, chili or vegetable Hammer, Vice Pres. Brittany soup with sandwiches, homemade McHenry, Secretary Sarah Nonnant," dessert, and drink. Come for good Treasurer Molly Hicks, Reporter food and deer hunting stories. Take Abby Chapman, and Game/Song out dinners will be available, just in Leader Sarah Chapman. Just a re- caseyouwanttoskipthestorytelling. ! GUN OWNERS' & VETERANS' RALLY "DEMOCRATS UNITED" 6:30 P.M. - Tuesday - October 26, 2004 4-H Grounds, Harrisville, WV :DOOR PRIZE: Remington ADL 243 Deer Rifle Sponsored by the Democratic Executive Committees of: Gilmer. Ritchie, Doddridge, Calhoun, Pleasants, Tyler, Wirt and Wood Counties. Winner of Door Prize must be present at event, eligible and over 18 years old. Paid for by the Gilmer County Democratic Executive Committee. II ill II I Ill II I I I II i ( ill |1 ||H| i . i ii/d Evelyn-Car son , l 'Iv v o 462-8828 ~1 IIIII I I II Lots of Activities Demand Time So much going on that 1 can hardly Blake and I went to the funeral of Gall keep up. Frame. then to the center, and ate Had a big crowd at the covered dish droner. The Blakes took me home dinner at the Center. from the from the covered dish dinner Ivan and Virginia Blake and I w'cnt and stayed awhile. to the sale at Pickle Street Friday Our heartfelt sympathy for the night. Bill and Leisa had a big sale. Frame family lossoftheirloved ones. Sunday I went to church and then to Hope the weather will soon clear the Common Place, Ivan and Virginia up. and I ate dinner there. Then we went GeraldineTaylor, AnnaJeanAIlen, to the funeral home. Gut:ha Wilson, and Marge Smith went Then Ivan, Virginia Blake and l to Dollywood for a few days. visited Bonnie Drake. Monday was Cozetta (Taylor) Furris is in the sure a busy day. Ivan and Virginia Stonewall Jackson Mere. Hospital. I Pat's Pat Ridpath, Burnsville 853-2401 I I News of Burnsville High School Helen James ] Eleanor Roosevelt Award ) This seems to be the week to an- ence at Glenville College. I enjoyed nounce Burnsville High School Class talking to her, but I have not had the get-togethers! Keep reading, chance to meet her in person. She told On Monday, October 25, at noon, me she likes to watch Three Angels' the Class of 1953 is planning to meet Broadcasting Network (3ABN) and I for lunch at Shoney's at Flatwoods. do, too. Members (and others who may want I am so happy that my son, Chuck to visit with them), please plan to Bucklew, flew in from Florida Friday attend. They are going "dutch." evening for a few days. We really I have had several responses about enjoyed seeing the brilliant autumn meeting with the Class of 1951. We colors on our way to and from Rich- would like to meet at noon at the 79' er mond with my niece, Suzanne Allegra Restaurant in Burnsville on the Fri- Rudwick. We also had a brief visit day after Thanksgiving from noon to with Bruce and Carol (Wine) 3:00 p.m. Please park on the left side Bucklew, Suzanne's brother, while of the restaurant and go in that door we were there. We plan to go to rather than the front door. (I have Richwood tomorrow to visit with my been in that room many times and I other son, Scott, his wife, Carol, and didn't even notice that they HAD a my grandson, Chuckle. (That makes side door!) We're hoping for a good three family members with the name turnout. We are also going "dutch." Charles Bucklew after my children's Please notify anyone you can think father, Charles Francis Bucklew, who of who might be interested in either of died in 1989. Each of these others has the above get-togethers, a different middle name.) Toni Wine reports that her pastor, I am very blessed to have a boss, Ronzel Roberts is in the hospital. She Joan Danner, who was so willing to didn't say where. I hope he will be all cover my shifts and give me this week right. She also says that Joyce Farley off for an unplanned vacation so I wasinjuredinacaraccidentlastweek could be with my son. Thank you, and is at Ruby Memorial Hospital and Joan, and also Geneva Lamb, who is needs your prayers, doing my one midnight shift. I am happy to welcome Dessie On October 22, the Revelation Mandalesiandherdaughter, Michelle Seminar begins at 7:00 p.m. at the Lemani, to the Seventh-day Adventist Bland School in Weston. Don't miss Church. They were baptized recently the first night. by Pastor Brian Jones in a special ceremony at the Buckhannon Church. Isaiah 41:10 Ms. Mandalesi teaches Computer Sci- Maranatha! , isters ) NEW OFFICERS: President Melissa Cole; Vice President, Cody G rogg; Secertary Samantha Loudin; Treasurer Emma Hickman; Reporter Con/Grogg; and Game Leader Erica Nicholas; Absent from photo was Ashley Woodford (game leader) and Melody Lowther (song leader) New Officers Submitted by: Cory Grogg ent items and needs these items by Hello! My name is Cory Grogg and November9. If interested oryou need I'm the new reporter for the Cox's more information on this, call Stacey Mills Tail Twisters 4-H Club. With at the extension office. Our club gave thehelpfrom"Mom"andifKeithcan a donation of $100.00 to the Ronald keep track of me, I look forward to McDonald House. keeping you updated on all news from November 8 at 6 pm at the Gilmer our club. County High School is New Officers The Cox's Mills Tail Twisters 4-H Training for any new 4-H member Club met on Sunday, October 17, holding office in their 4-H club. 2004 at the community building in Friday, October 29 at 6 pm is our Cox's Mills to elect new officers for Halloween party at the community the new year. building in Cox's Mills. Wear your Our extension agent Stacey costume and come on out for an Hawkinswasatourmeetingandgave evening of fun. We want to "Wel- abriefdiscussiononhowniceour4-- come" all new members and look H achievement banquet was and ex- forwardforagreatyearwiththeCox's plained that the Ronald McDonald Mills Tail Twisters 4--H clur. House is taking donations on differ- PLEASE CAST YOUR VOTE ON NOVEMBER 2 Paid tor the Gihner County Democratic Executive Committee Bob Radabugh, Treasurer ii II I I I I I Ill HAPPY GLENVILLE DEMOCRAT:Helen James is flanked by Marg Burke, former Eleanor Roosevelt honoree and Karen Coda, presente Eleanor Roosevelt Outstanding Democrat award presented to Helen James on Oct. 9 Mrs. Helen (Clark) James of Glen- the Sr. Bd. of Directors and presentl2 ville was presented with the plaque servingontheSeniorCompanionam above as the second honoree to re- Foster Grandparents Area Board o ceive this award in Gilmer County. Directors. She has been an active member of the James also serves on the Centra Democrat Party, since 1945. A mere- Area Agency Board of Directors fo beroftheGilmerCounty Democratic Seniors and she has served as trea Women for more than 40 years, she surer and on the Personnel Commit was inducted into the West Virginia tee. Hall of Fame of Democratic Women She is serving on the Advisor. in 2002. Board for Bel-O-Mar Regional Coun Gilmer County, Democrat of theeli-Northwestern Area Agency ol Year in 1991. she was 2nd District Aging. She has received numerou: EastDirectorforfouryearsandserved certificates of appreciation from al on the State Democratic WomensSenior Programs and received the Board of Directors for four years. Senior Citizens; GCDEA awards il Mrs. James has served on Election 2001. Boards tot years, and has attended ShehasbeenamemberofWomen numerous Jefferson-Jackson Dinners Club of Glenville for47 years and ha and West Virginia Federation of served as their secretary. Democratic Women's State Conven- Other associations includ~ lit tions, member of the WV Association c She received the Service AboveRetired School Employees, membe Self Award from the Rotary club in of the County Retired School Err 1998 and the Alumnus of the year ployees. Mrs. James is a GSC grade award from Sand Fork High Alumni ate and she taught elementary schoc Association. in the count)' for 35 years. 34 of ther Helen has served t6 years in Silver at Sand Fork Elementary,. Haired Legislature as a Senator. In A member of the WV State Fol 1998, she was elected president of the Festival Belles Committee, she serve Silver Haired Senate. as Gilmer County Belle in 1997.3 The second woman to be electedyears after her mother was a Belle. president, she is currently a member A trustee of Gilmer Public Librar~ of the Silver Haired Legislature rep- a member of Friends of the Library, resenting Gilmer County. and now memberofGi/merCounty Historicl serves as Fiduciary' committee chair- Society, she is a member of Baldwi man in the Silver Haired Senate for CEOS and a member and treasurer c four years. Upper Ellis United Meth~tist Churc At present, she is serving as presi- Currently, she attends the First Ba dent of the Gifmer Count)' Senior tist Church in Glenville. Citizens Board of Directors, have She is also a graduate of Sand Fo~ served as secretary and treasurer of High School. Rotary Blood Screening Oct. 30 The annual Rotary Blood Screen- ing is scheduled for Sat.. Oct, 30, 2004 beginning at 8 am and ending at noon, Reservations may be made by call- ing Ms. Debbie Johnson at the De- partment of Science and Mathemat- ics at Glenville State College at 462- 4126, 8am - 4 pm. Monday through Friday. The deadline for reservations is Friday, Oct. 29 at 4 pm. For a minimal charge, the Execu- tive Panel consisting of 35 separate tests is available. The following addi- tional tests are available at reasonable prices: Prostate Serum Antigen (PSA,) T-3. T--4. TSH, and Thyroid Panel. The tests are performed by Lab Corp. at its Fairmont Division. As in the'past, the blood screening will be performed on the first floor of the Science Building on Glenviile State Campus. The tests are availab to persons in wheelchairs. Since fas ing specimens are required, partic pants must not eat anything alter mk night Friday. A continental breakfa will be available by taking the elev; for to the third floor of the Scien~ Building. The annual event is a communil undertaking and in addition to R( tar~, the Women's Club of Glenvill the Department of Science and Mat ematics at Glenville State Colleg the Nursing Program at Glenville Sta College and the Gilmer County Ass, elation of Retired School Employe, are all sponsors. Local doctors, nurses, paramedi, and medical services providers erously volunteer their profession services as a community service. 304-462-4306 11:45 Song and Testimonial Service 12:00 Blessing on Noon Meal SUNDAY AFTERNOON 1 : 15Devotional-Brother Charlie Mckown 1:30 Sermon - "Prayer,".James 5:16-18, Brothe Joe Moyers 2:15 Sermon - "Extravagant Love." John 12: 1,30,80, Brother Don Ody 3:00, Benediction & Fellowsh!p Service, Adj,ournme 12:00 Benediction and Blessing on noon meal SATURDAY AFTERNOON 1:15 Devotional-Brother Gary Allen 1:30 Sermon- "True Discipleship," John 8:30-36. 2:15 Benediction SATURDAY NIGHT 7:00 Devotional-Broil]or Bill)' Mmney 7:15 E,,rangeli~tic Mcssagetlnvitation To The l:n,,aved EId George Rose Trees often transplanted seldom prosper. --Dutch proverb , ii ii ii lie i The Fifth Sunday Meeting of the ministers, deacons and laymen of the Mt. Pisgah Baptist Association to be held with the Hardman Beech Grove Baptist Church, Nicut, IV. Va. on October 30 and 31, 2004 Theme: Problem of Apathy And Its Solution SATURDAy MORNING SUNDAY MORNING 10:00 Devotional and Address of Welcome - Brother Aaron Bennett l 0:00Devotional -Brother Billy Lytle 10:15 Adoption of Program, Business Session. & Election of Officers I0:15 Sermon - "Slothful," Pro 20:4. Bro. Steve Smil 10:30 Sermon - "Prejudice," James 2:1-9, Elder Mike Richardson I 1:00Sermon - "Faithfulness," I Cot. 4:1-2. EId 11:15 Sermon - "Indifference," Matt. 5: 13-16, Elder Richard Westfall Larry Fisher