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October 23, 1975 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder 3 to moot of the on Monday, high school at 7 p.m. Guest be Robert H. ' of the West Insurance the meeting credit Retired School to County at a on Friday. in the social Method/st will be the concel-n~tg may at this from President West Virginia more than 579 persons Williams, honors said the stress being school TesUng Program is high school them with Stimulate them tact- into the a 3.0 inc] Mary aehooh will be tobe in a window a Halloween of the the Weston today. include Brexton Buckhannon- We ’on will to the high Halloween at 10 a.m. window a week and Jaycee '. Juds No- will be school and and NOrmantown, COmmunities on 2at to Citizens Hill Sew and at A ,B Home £c c/asses at GSC Cbl broils nw mombrs Thirteen women were formally installed as members of the Woman's Club of Glenville, GFWC. at the regular monthly mooting on Monday. October 13. Miss Mary Ellen Kennedy, membership chairman, presented the following candidates: Mrs.Don Barker, Mrs. Haymond Bog.s, Mrs. Minnie Burton. Mrs. John Collins. Mrs. Delbert Davidson, Mrs. Kenneth FoRlesong, Mrs. Tom Heifer. Mrs. There McCreary. Mrs. Rondall Miller. Mrs. Arthur Moore. Mrs. Leonard Mont- gomery, Miss Yvonne Nichols and Mrs. Stephen Strickland. The meeting opened with a reception for the officers of the club, hosted by the Social Committee: Mrs. Garnet Jones, Mrs. Lois Harry and Mrs. Mary Ann Howes. The speaker for the evening was Mrs. Genevieve McDanieL associate professor of English at Glenville State College. Mrs. McDaniel gave a very interesting talk on "International Woman's Year" which was followed by a lively discussion period. As a special Bicentennial gesture, the Club voted to recosni_ its president, Mrs. E. G. Rohrbough and it's Charter Member, Miss Alice Arbuclde, with a paid-up club membership for the year 1975-76. October 18 was West Virginia Federation of Woman's Clubs Day at the Pearl S. Buck Birthplace in Hillsbere. Three members from the local club attended. Miss Pearl Pick.ha, Mrs. Stacey GerwiR and Mrs. Haymond Bases. Locboy Ibwves plan /h/bran party The Lockney Braves 4-H Club mat last October 13 with Kenny Collins presiding. Devotionals were given by Ronnie Collins. Club members installed new officers and sslected their projects. The Braves welcomed four new members, Renee C, hadwell, Todd and Debbie Bailey, and Jef~ Stump. The party Kathy Miller. DAY obcts officers, sots me q d, to Officers have been elected to the Glanville Chapter #20 of Disabled American Veterans: Pat Reale. commander: I, ester Putnam. senior vice commander: Spencer Hamric, junior vice commander, and the following were appeintac Agnes Moore, adiutant; Varis Hathaway, officer of the day; and Victor Lane, service officer. DAV members will meet the second Thursday of each month at Putnam's RestauranL 7:30 p.m. Care/Fester race/van sopl Hrdq tap Carol Ann Foster received her sophomore nurein8 cap last September 28 in ceremonies at Funkhousar Auditorium on t/m Aldereon-Broaddus College Campus. She was one of 82 nureing students receiving a cap and red carnation and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Foster of Glenville. The education 380 class at Glenville State College announced today the dates of adult education classes. Classes will be held November 5, 12. and 19 from 7 to 8 p.m. in the Home Economics Department in the Science Hall. Subjects included this year are Piecin' and Patchin'. including pillows, wall hangings, pot holders, skirts, patchwork, and applique skills. Happy Hooker, including basic crochet, broomstick lace. center- pieces, ripple and granny afghan, flower loom. and hat, mittens, and, scarfs. Quilting Bee - '76, including machine cathedral quilting, baby quilt. placemats quilted, and pot holders quilted. Sweet and Easy, including old and new ideas in confections. Participation will be limited to eight per class. For reservations call Home Economics Department from 9 am to noon weekdays. 462-7361 Ext. 276. This is the last time that adult classes will be offered at Glenville State College due to the curtailment of the Home Economics program. kreee prepares c/trns frlit prqrm The West Virginia Farm Bureau will hold its annual meeting at Jackson's Mill October 26-28. Memorial services will be held on Sunday night, including those members from Gilmer County who died this past year: F. Kemp, Virgil Turner, and Mrs. Mildred Arbuclde. In addition, it was announced that the Gilmer County Farm Bureau will take charge of this year's citrus program, with proceeds going to the Farm Bureau. Orders for oranges, grapefruit, tangelos, fruit concentrate. peanuts and pecans must be made to Gilbert Read by November 12 for delivery the week of December 8. For further information about the pro- gram, call Mr. Reed at 462-7614. Persons need not be Farm Bureau members to participate in the program. s/ sorod by Net/ /st Ciwcl The Youth Fellowship of Trinity United Methodist Church is sponsoring a Spook House at the church from 6 to 9 P.M. on Tuesday, October 28. The cost is 25 cents to go through and view museum of skulls, the "monster HAIRICS" JEWELRY II] IIIII Your Home Storm Doors, aluminum or white finish with Safety Glass Storm Windows, aluminum or white finish. Awnings, eight colors, any size FREE ESTIMATES MADE AT YOUR HOME Call or Write ARLIE AYERS 354-7538 or KENNETH WHIPKEY 35’6990 Gran~ville, VVV IIIII III III I ...OO.••eo.@..•.....-'--•'•'•o'.•o'•o ...o'e.'°o o'° @ o if you won't be getting a pension..• read this..• Many people are not covered by a pension program with their employer If you're one of them. there is now a tax- deferred way for you to build towardS'our own retirement fund. With a Metropolitan Individual Retirement Program you can defer taxes each year on up to 15% of your income or $1,500. whichever is less. by putting this income to work to help assure your future financial security, A pension is nice to took forward to. But if its not in the cards for you, give me a call and Itl show you what Metropohtan can do to take ,ts place. HUNTER B. BEALL. JR. 813 Grand Central Avenue Vienna. W.Va. 26105 Office: (304) 295-4561 Residence (304} 295-5353 future is now Melro0olltan Lde, New Yo#k. N Y ~..••..$.••..•. •.o.•o•.••o.o.•oq~..•.OO'O ••• ••• w'.o • e e .: College St. UMC Ladies Aid meets The College St. United Methodist Church Ladies Aid held their October 13 meeting in the home of Mrs. Ollie Huff. Mrs. Ruth Risher led devotionals. A business meeting followed, ahmg with a surprise baby shower for Mrs. Carol Beamer. Members present were Mrs. Clesta Hardman, Mrs. Ruth Fisher. Mrs. Macel Pritt, Mrs. Wilma Jamison, Mrs. loAnn McHenry. Beverly Eaton, Mrs. Carol Beamer, and Mrs. elite Huff. Guests were Mrs. Elsie Kirkpa- trick, Chris Jamison, Beth Ann and Lisa McHenry, and Mona Beamer. The next meeting will be a Thanksgiving dinner in the Church basement on November 24. All interested persons are invited to attend. Jol Jillers 4.H Cbb On October 13 the Jolly Millers met for their monthly meeting with Ina Burkhamer presiding. Devotions were given by Dabble Gordon and Ina Burkhamer. Officers elected for the oncoming year are: President, Bob Hatton; Vice-President, Diane Waters: Secre- tary, Sharon Zinn; Treasurer, Ina Burkhamer; Reporters, Dabble Gordon and Diane Somerville: Song Leaders, Barbara Burkhamer and Kathy Ellyson;Game Leaders, Dabble Simmons and Dabble Bennett; Ser- geants of Arms, Myron Bailey, Daniel Gordon, and Gary Bush. 4-H leader is Brenda Sommerville with Sondra Price assisting. md0n Flats 4-H Clab elects officers The Camden Flats 4-H Club held their last meeting of the year at the home of their leader, Mrs. Garnett Jones. They elected these officers for the new year: President, Sandi Gainer; Vice-President, Jeff Furr: Secretary, Judy Chisler; Treasurer, Sheri Gainer; Reporter, Danny Bayer; Historian, Myra Chico; Games Leaders. Peggy Phillips and Eric Chico: Song Leaders, Maria Bayer and Alisa Furr. The new officers will take charge next month. There will be an initiation for new members. Reporter. Danny Bayer DY. Wilbnra named to Iotary distrkt post Dr. D. Banks Wilburn of the Glenville Rotary Club has been named to a district level post by Dr. Carl L. Schweinfurth, District Governor of Rotary International. Dr. Wilburn will serve on the Rotary Foundation Selection Commit- tee, with responsibilities for helping to select recipients of scholarships, fellowships, and awards for teachers of the handicapped to study in other countries. The Foundation awards program is part of Rotary's international service activities. Other avenues of Rotary service are community, vocational and club. Jotbodist Woms fe it Ibnsvilh "Our Role in the Middla~ of Tomorrow" is the theme for ~a Weston District United Metht~ist Women Annual Fall Meeting ~nd Elected Leadership Training Session. October 26, at the Burnsville Unfired Methodist Church, Burnsville, b~in- ning with registration at 2:30 p.m., the meeting at 3 p.m. The agenda for the after~aon session will include the opening devotion, the annual business session followed by the presentation of the District Mission Team to open the Elected Leadership Training Session for the 1976 local Unit Leaders. The evening meal will be a sack supper at 5:30 p.m. with the members of the Burnsville United Methodist. Women Unit serving a dessert and beverage. For those attending the meeting, the evening session, beginning at 6:30 p.m., will be an inspirational experience with the special guest, the Reverend Doctor Basil A. Henslay, Weston District Superintendent, United Methodist Church, bringing the message and presiding at the Installation Service of the District United Methodist Women Elected Leaders for 1976. All women, members or non- members, of the United Methodist Women, and ministers are most welcome to attend the meeting. Glenville, W. Va. Phone 462-7660 LICENSED MORTICIANS J.J. Spurgeon, Pres. M. Stephen Strickland ...ATTEND THE CHURCH 0 YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY Leading Crook Baptist Church Sunday School each week at 10 a.m. Services on second Sunday in month during August and Septem- ber. Rev. Harry Miller, Pastor. Gospel Mlssinn Church Sand Fork Regular services on Friday night at 7:30 p.m. Crooked Run Methodist Church Preaching every second and~ Church of Christ Gionvllle Sunday, Oct. 26 - Bible Service, 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship, at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22 Mid-week service, at 7 p.m. Glanvtlle Presbyterian Church Sunday, Oct. 26 Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Service for the Lord's Day at 11 a.m. SundBy. ;~'.30,4D,m: ~ibla ~ ~tec, ostal Church, River St. Study and sing every first and Second and fourth Saturday third Sunday, 7:30 p.m. Old fashioned sing every fourth Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Public invited. Stewerts Crook Church Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m. Preaching each second Sunday morning and fourth Sunday night with Ray. Glenn Kirkpatrick. Rhoades Chapel Memorial Church Little Bull Run Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m. Preaching every first Sunday by Rev. Gaylord Vanhorn and every third Sunday by Ray. Glenn Kirkpatrick. Prayer meetings on Wednesdays, 7 p.m. chofGod Powell St., Glanville Pentecostal Thursday, Oct. 23 - Bible Study continuing on with Acts. Sunday, Oct. 26- Sunday School at 10 a.m. with Morning Worship services at 11 with the Pastor, Rev. MAchael Edwards. evening service. 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 26 - Evening Service. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 29- Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Good Shepherd Catholic Church Mineral Road, Glenville Sunday. Oct. 26 - Eucharist C~elebration at 11:15 a.m. Fr. David Glockner Seventh Day Adventist Saturday, Oct. 25 - Bible Study. 10 a.m. Worship Service at 11 a.m. Letter Gap Community Sunday, October 26 - Sunday school at 10 a.m. Preaching every first Sunday by Ray. Glenn Kirkpatrick, 11 a.m. United Methodist Circuit Glanvme Sunday, Oct. 26 - Oak Grove, 7 p.m., College St., 11 a.m., Otterbein, 10 a.m. Troy Untied Methodist Circuit Sunday, Oct. 26 - Upper Ellis. 11 a.m. Trinity United Methodist Thursday, October 23 - Sanctuary Choir Rehearsal. 7 p.w Sunday, Oct. 26 - Church School. 9:45 a.m. Worship Sermon: "The Positive Side of Protest." 10:55 a.m. United Methodist Youth Fel- lowship, 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 27 - Children's after-school program 4-7 p.m. First Baptist Church Sunday, Oct, 26 - Church school for all ages new class for college students and young adult couples, nursery provided. 0:45 a.m. Morning worship, 11 a.m. Evening service, 7 p.m. alternating weeks of preaching, music, movies, special speaker. Wednesday, Oct. 29 - Prayer and Bible study, 6 and 7:30 p.m. Choir practice, 6:30 p.m. Thursday. October 30 - Junior High Fellowship, Kaleidoscope, after school at 4:15 p.m. Junior High Choir, 6 p.m. Dawson Baptist Church Sunday, Oct. 26 - Revival in progress, services nightly 7:30 p.m., Pastor, James Epilog. Everyone welcome. 6espel Mission Church Wabash Avenue Sand Fork Revival in progress, Hayhurst. Evangelist. All come. Ray. web LET FAITH BE YOUR LIGHT IN THE ROADWAY In the eternal conflict between light and darkness, re- member that light is a positive force, while darkness is merely the absence of light, without power of its own. Therefore. it takes but a small amount of light to carry you through the darkest hours of your life; if faith is the source of it. By living one day at a time. you will allow this-ray of light to cast its protective beam far enough ahead on the roadway to guide your footsteps. Then • follow it to Church. where you will learn to walk in the light of faith and banish the darkness forever. "Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path." -- Psalms 119:105 It is better to light one little candle than to curse the darkness. --- Arthor Unknown THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS URGE YOU TO GO TO CHURCH DAVIS CLOTHING STORE "Clothing br Modern," 202 F. Main St. Glenvtlle. W.Va. GLE~VILLE TEXACO SERVICE Dodge-Sales & Service Robert B. Chapman Main St. (~envil]e CALHOUN SUPER SERVICE. INC 102-O4 S. Lewis Glenvflle COMMUNITY SUPER MARKEr Glenville Phone 462-6863 SUMMEBS PHARMACY At Your Service Glonvt]]e, W.Va. Ph. 482-7373 GLENVILLE MIDLAND CO. Clothing for the Whole Family Main St. Gionvtlle HOME IMPROVEMENT CORP. Heating, Air Conditioning,. 'IV And Appliances Gl_enville and Burnsvflle KANAWHA UNION BANK Complete Banking Service Member FDIC Ph. 482-7341 DRAKES'S QUAKER STATE SERVICE Bulk Gawdine, Fuel Oil Lubrkatinf .ils and greases Ph. 462-7868 Baldwin. WV LEON'S TIRE SERVICE Glanvtne CONRAD HOTEL & ILI~TAURANT Good Feed - Reas~mable Prices. 101 So. Court Ph. 462-7391 HAM JC'S IEWELItY /~allW lewalry - Watch Repair 107 g Main St, Glenviile WILLIAMS GROCERY AND I~SO STATION B.I'L [lack] Lewe Normgatown West Virginia Your Hometown New~paper~ The Glenvllle l~mocrat The GlenvUle Pathflader iΈ