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1984 The Glenvflle Democrat-Pathfinder 3 '84 Forum ........................ Hall, Republican State Committee Chairman, and B. Burke, former member of the House Of will meet in a question and answer forum on October 28, at 6 p.m. in the Verona Mapel Room Center on the Glenvllle State College Cam- The two guests will give a six minute presentation answer questions from a three member panel. is invited to attend. Party .......................... be a Halloween Party given for the children of County ages 0-12 on October 26, at the Moose located on Rt. 33-119 between GlenviUe and The party will start at 6 p.m. Refreshments will be prizes will be awarded for customers in three :ategories for prettiest, ugliest, funniest, and most There is no admission charge. Lodge Party ........................ Moose Lodge 543 of Glenville will sponsor a party members of the Lodge and their guests only on Oc- 27, at 9 p.m. No admission will be charged for in costume. Prizes will be awarded for prettiest, and most original. Society Salad Luncheon ............ Gilmer County Cancer Society will hold its annual Luncheon on Thursday, November 1, from 11 a.m. P.m. at the Trinity Methodist Church Social Room. may be purchased from any Society member, or :the door. Mark's Apple Festival .................. Mark's Episcopal Church will sponsor an apple Saturday, November 3, 1984, from 9-5. Them will for sale: along with baked goods, games and featuring apples. Them will also be a good selec- odd, used clothes, books and toys. Them will a table featuring new Christmas decorations; a pressure clinic and more. Everyone is welcome to in the fun. Fork Annual Halloween Party .......... Sand Fork Reading Club will sponsor the annual Party on Wednesday, October 31, from 7-8:30 in the Sand Fork gym. Them will be free ts, and cake walks. Prizes will be awarded to Prettiest, Ugliest, Best Group, Best Storybook and Most Original, in the following age Pre-school & Kindergarten, Grades 1-2, Grades Grades 6-7-8, and High School & Adult. Everyone Welcome. Arts and Crafts Class ............... State College Office of Continuing Educa- will offer instruction in festive and seasonal crafts as snowflake omarnents, bread dough wreaths, counted cross-stitch ornaments, figures, colonial stencils for wrapping pap.eL tissue paper Christmas roses. A part of one evening include the sharing of treasured heirloom holiday with samples to taste. Deadline for pre- ion will be November 1. ThQ class will begin November 7 and run on Wednesday ns through December 12, from 6:30-8 p.m. in 308 of the Science Hall. Instructor is Patricia Jar- and a fee covers all matenats needed for the class. istration is critical for the operation of the class. more information or registration contact the Office ~ontinuing Education at 462-7361, ext. 120, as soon i~:msible. Trick or Treat Night .............. : D Glenville City Council has designated Tuesday, Oc- 30 as Trick or Treat Night. Hours of Trick or Treat from 6-8 p.m. Tree Festival ................... Christmas Tree Festival, sponsored by the Gilmer High School Athletic Boosters, will be held 1-2. Help to usher in the Christmas Season by to display a tree. For further information call Elementary PTO Meeting ....... Normantown Elementary School PTO will meet October 23, at 7 p.m. in the school cafeteria. Halloween Pageant ................ 'annual Halloween Pageant at Normantown Elemen- Will be held Friday, October 26, at 1:30 p.m. The will be held outside, weather permitting. Elementary School Pictures .... Jms will be taken at Normantown Elemen- November 2. Students will be taken at 9 and visitors are welcome at 1 p.m. Packages can up at the office. They are to be prepaid. Club Halloween Party ............... I i s Club Halloween Party will be held Wednes- ober 31, from 6-8 p.m. at Glenvllle Elementary. s is welcome. A ttaly Parent-Teacher Conferences ...... ! mer tary Parent-Teacher Conferences will be I rein 7, from 6-9 p.m., and for the high school j mbq,r 8, fromr6-9 p.m. ws Cemetery Memorial Fund ......... teel of the Meadows Cemetery In Normantown j abli sh,)d a permanent memorial fund to provide Care of the cemetery. Monies given to this fund daced In a trust and only the income from the in- will used to p_rovlde the day-to-day care. sent to Pearl Gaston, Normantown, inla 25267. COSTUME PARTY COSTUME NOT REQUIRED BToro Ck as*., Oct. 27 ' 10,00 at the door Pdzm Awmded "Reek -n- Rd Band" "Handling DUI Cases" Workshop ........... The Training Institute of the Office of Resource Development at Glenville State College will hold a workshop on "Handling DUI Cases," on November 14, from 9:45 to 3:45 p.m. The workshop will examine the West Virginia law dealing with the intoxicated driver and how it can be adequately enforced. Special attention will be paid to problems associated with prosecution of DUI cases, and scientific evidence necessary for convic- tion. Pre-mgistration is required and there is a fee for the workshop. For registration or information, contact the Training Institute, Office of Resource Development, Glenville State College, Glenville, WV 26351, or phone Dr. Irvin D. Talbott at 462-7361, ext. 142. Annual Holiday Bazaar .................... The annual Holiday Bazaar of the Trinity United Methodist Women will be held Saturday, November 3, from 9-12 in the social room of the church, There will be a large assortment of handmade gift items and delicious homebaked goodies. There will also be sand- wiches, soup and hot coffee. Charleston Coin Club Annual Show ......... The Charleston Coin Club will hold its annual show Oc- tober 27-28 at the Charleston Civic Center. There is no admission charge. The show will be open from 10-7 Oc- tober 27, and 10-5 October 28. For further information contact John A. Chapman, at 345-0770, or Doug Baumgardner at 343-7150. 4-H Council & Wiener Roast ................ Gilmer County 4-H members are invited to a county- wide Council Circle and wiener roast to be held October 25, from 6-8:30 p.m. at the Gilmer County Recreation Center. Bring your own wieners and buns. Sponsored by the Glenville State College 4-H Club. Sand Fork Kid Tracks ..................... Kid Tracks will be held at Sand Fork Elementary School at 9 a.m. This program will be for kindergarten and new students and anyone in the area with children who have not yet been fingerprinted. Troy Elementary PTO Halloween Party ....... The Troy PTO will sponsor a community Halloween Par- ty Friday, October 26, from 6:30-8 p.m. Prizes will be awarded in three age groups for most original, prettiest, and ugliest. There will be lots of games, fun and refreshments. Song Service ............................ There will be a song service at the Little Kanawha In- dependent Church, featuring the "Labor Quartet", from Belle. The service will be held Saturday, October 27, at 7 p.m. The public is welcome. Summit Center Board Meeting .............. The Summit Center for Human Development will hold its October Board of Directors meeting Thursday, Oc- tober 25, at 7:30 p.m., in.he James Rogers Conference Room, located at the County office (6 Hospital Plaza, Clarksburg). The main topics of discussion will be an update on the DUI program and a financial update. Anyone wishing to speak at a Board meeting should contact either James Kratovil, president of the Board at 269-5554, or Les DelPizzo, Executive Director at 623-5661. Sand Fork PTA Bake Sale .................. The Sand Fork PTA will hold a bake sale on November 6, on the Sand Fork School gymnasium porch, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Proceeds will go to the PTA to help purchase playground equipment. Troy PTO Meeting ..... The Troy Elementary PTO will meet October 29, at 7 p.m. in the school cafeteria. All parents and teachers are urg- ed to attend. Baptist Women's Day of Prayer ............. The Baptist Women's Day of Prayer will be observed at the First Baptist Church of Gienville, on November 4, at 7 p.m. The theme for the Day of Prayer will be "Called to be One for God's Mission." Genevieve Butcher is chair- man of the Day of Prayer and the program leader is Mary Helen Cutlip. Other participating in the progam will be Connie Clum, Pam Shrlver, Gamett Taylor, and Crystal Hinzman. There will be special music using the theme song, "Chosen, Called, and Anointed." This song was originally commissioned by the American Baptist Chur- ches of the Pacific Southwest for the 1979 Annual Meeting in California. The public is invited to attend. Troy 4-H Club Bake Sale ................... The Troy Eager Beavers 4-H Club will sponsor a bake sale Saturday, November 3, starting at 9 a.m., at Donald Butcher's residence between Troy and Cox's Mills. II Ghner Ctx. Sen Centw Sunday, OO_ 2S 12:00 NOON tU? Menu: Cllcken, Mmhed Pmatom, Gravy, Green Bemm, Demertand Drklk under 12'2 Old-Fashioned Democratic Get-Together ..... There will be an Old-Fashioned Democratic Get- Together at the Gilmer County Democrat Headquarters Thursday, November 1, starting at 6 p.m. There will be good music, good food, and good political discussion. All Democrats are inyited to attend. Anyone wishing to bring sandwiches, salads, and desserts are welcome to do so. Fencing Wire Order Deadline ............... The deadline for ordering fencing wi e through the Gilmer County Farm Bureau Wire Pool is Monday, Oc- tober 29. To place orders contact Harry Drake at 462-7933, or 462-7868. Mon., December 24 Tues., December 25 Wed., December 26 Thurs., December 27 Fri., December 28 CLOSED CLOSED OPEN DEADLINE 12 NOON MAILING. Mon., December 31 Tues., January 1 Wed., January 2 Thurs., January 3 Fri.,'3anuary 4 CLOSED CLOSED OPEN DEADLINE 12 NOON MAILING. * Papers will arrive late these two weeks. 15 N. Lewis St, Glen , WV Dina Bush-Owner Opening Thurs., October 25 November 1, 2, 3 Sarah Kent Dresses 20% off FREE COFFEE DONUTS BALLOONS WITH CLOWN FOR KIDS SAT. NOV. 3 Come in and see what Glenvlh's children's store has for you. Sizes O-6X 7-14 Worried about the ups and downs of your electric bilL.. Monongahela's Average Payment Plan is a convenient bili- for rcsid d oJsromen who wish to level out their bill payments. 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