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st Church of Spencer. Mike is a 1973 a Service of graduate of Glenville State Col- their new Allen lege. He has also done some October 28, graduate work at West Virginia The new organ University and Radford by a very (Virginia) University. He was a Fear them not therefore, for there is nothing covered that shall not be revealed, and hid that shall not be known. St. Mat- one of the band director in the West thaw 11:26 church and it Virginia public schools for nine Mrs. Nora Vannoy, of Stump- to the glory of years, serving as Gilmer County town, celebrated her 93rd birth- memory of director his first three years, day recently. The dinner was Young. His first position of organist was prepared by Mrs. Mary Jean Inc., of Southat the Baptist Temple in Vannoy, a daughter-in-law, Mrs. the Allen Parkersburg followed by two Betty Kay Carpenter, a niece Digital Computeryears at the First Baptistfrom Parkersburg, and Mrs. ycon- Church of Glenville. Madge Vannoy, a daughter-in- walnut cabinet. Mr. Barnhouse is now self- law, of Stumptown. o-manual organ employed as a private studio in- Other guests were her two .lest in electronic structor in the Spencer/Ripley sons, Noble and Ardell, and "-_[ !his organ is design- area where he teaches 45 Dick Carpenter and Kelly of, Parkersburg. Mrs. Vannoys students of piano. He also does 'raW.in a completely nner, and pro-piano tuning in Roane, Jackson, neighbors made her a birthday of a fine tradi-Gi|mer. and Calhoun Counties. cake and came to her house and " Ir ide, however, it As Music Director at the First sang Happy Birthday. They and different. Baptist Church of Spencer, his presented her with a pretty pin. pipes, electronic responsibilities include direc- Then they served the cake and or spinning ting three choirs, piano andcoffee. Those present were Mr. keys are con- organ work. as well as coor-and Mrs. Bob Sample, Mrs. znicro-electronic dinating the entire church music Jackie Harris, and daughter Bet- When the program, sy Jo, Mr. Charlie Frame, Mrs. the keys or Among the special organ Roselea Minney and son "tells" the corn- pieces which he will play during Charlie, and Madge Vannoy. chords, andthe dedication service Aunt Nora, as we all called By her at Senior Citizens, I hope are: "Arioso'" by Handel: to come forth. neLdRferent stops or "Pre!udeand Fugue inCMator" you had a nice birthday. I of stops, this and 'Jesu, Joy of Man's Desir- remember the Angel food cakes u the memory banks ing" by Bach: "'The Musical she brought when she was able where varieties Clocks ' by Haydn; "Adagio" in to come to Senior Citizens. I lik- been stored. TheA flat (from Sonata No. 1) by ed them real well. She would br- t entic organ sound Mendelssohn; "'Fantasia" by ing them in and tell me she unprecendented Stainer; "Choral and Toccata" brought a cake. I really enjoyed This came about (from Suite Gothique, Op. 25) by them. a three year Boellmann; and "Trumpet When folks think of you on rch program, dur- Voluntary' by Young. your birthday, their thoughts in Allen engineers Barnhouse and his wife, some way or another are not of cted sounds, in- Patricia (also a 1973 graduate the NUMBER of birthdays ui the world's of GSC in music) reside in you've had, but how dear they Organs. These have Spencer, West Virginia. Theyhave made you this year. and digitized, have three children. Carrie,Elder Charles Fisher is still at a unique library Ryan, and Cheyne. Morgantown in the hospital. We and special organ A cordial invitation is extend- hope he will be home when you L ed to the community to attend read this. organist for the this Dedication Service and the A terrible thing happend in | rvice will be Mr.Reception which will follow in our peaceful vally tonight, Oc- Aa arnhouse from the Fellowship Hall tober 18. Reese Cottrill's house " just burned. There was no one q r l[rs tO qui|t book at home, so I suppose they lost everything. They lived near Senior Citizens patterns to sell. The books are Shock. 'regular meeting at 138 pages. There is a section on The Lockney Senior Citizens Church base- pieced quilts, one on applique, met on Wednesday and held 16, with 17 one on children's quilts, then the their meeting. There were about quilting designs in the book. 19 present. We had our dinner. was in The price of the book was held our auction, and quilted using discussed and agreed on. some on our quilt and some on from The read'rag The .... TheL m de..pians to have a, the homemakers quilt. guest spehker for Noveml e " 's and meeting. They will also beget- was given and ting a quilt in the frames. After a delicious dinner there Mr. and Mrs. Brenton Beall copier was entertainment which was are proud to" apa3ounce the birth a book of quilt enjoyed by all. of their daughter, Tracy Michelle. She weighed seven pounds, ounces, and was born October 9, 1984, at (formerly of and Jamie, of Elyria, Ohio: Roger Calhoun General Hospital. She his 92nd Minney, Carolyn, Tim, and Don- was welcomed home by 13, at his na of Lynchburg. Virginia: brothers, Nathan and Douglas. City. Ohio. Five Eythel and-Inez Allen of Dover," Paternal grandparents are and their families Ohio; Roger and Pearl Davies of Mr, and Mrs. Leland Beall, Akron, Ohio: Wilbur and Nita maternal grandparents are Mr. were his Hilbert and Sherrie of Mineral and Mrs. Hill James. both of MILler of City, Ohio; and Parker Allen and Normantown. a son. Darrel family, Heather and Darin, of Maternal great grandmother Bryan, Paula Mineral City, Ohio. is Macel James of Normantown. 1[ e Gkmvflle i mocrat-Pa 'O My life will touch a dozen lives, Before this week is done, Leave countless marks for good or evil, Ere sets the evening sun. To soften dried out dates, steam them for five to ten minutes. Now our thought for this time--And fear not them which kill the body, but are not able to Brownie Troop 4103 and Junior Troop 4139 cleaned the City Hall Tuesday, October 16, at their meeting. They washed the walls, floors, tables, chairs and each other. "The place even smells different," commented one of the Scouts. Afterwards, drinks and cookies were provided and serv- ed by Dabble Foust and Mary Kay James. They are college students volunteering their time and energy to the Brownie Troop, as part of their 10 kill the soul, but rather fear him contact-hours required for their which is able to destroy both Education 201 class. They are soul and body in hell. St. Mat- doing a wonderful job. thaw 11. All troops in Gilmer County are in need of sponsors who would be willing to provide ser- vices of any type. Transporta. tion to events, bake sale items, craft projects, campfire or folk songs, and help in sending a Scout to our local summer Day Camp at Cedar Creek State Park, or to other council-wide events are needed. If you are in- terested please call Sally Yeager. We also need Brownie and Junior uniforms. Girl Scout Junior Troop 4139 was at the college pool Tuesday night, as they are in the process of completing requirements for the Swimming Badge. Good work, Juniors. Just because you're independent of a group insurance plan doesn't mean you should have an outrageous price to pay because of iL Now non-group members can enjoy group insurance benefits without paying dearly for them. Through a new. more affordable non- group, age-rated plan from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Parkersburg. All claims and administration handled fight here in Partcrsbur One office-one contact--one paymenL Available beginning October 1. No health questionnaire required during our Open Enrollment Period, throughout Oaober. Provides up to $1 Hillion lifetime max- imum benefits per person. New subscribers have through 1985 to meet deductibles and slxjp-loss requirements, Age-rated costs make it even more affordable. AGE SINGLE FAMILY Under 30 $ 60.15 $124.15 30-39 68.65 159.80 40-49 89.45 204.05 50 and over 132.90 240.40 If you're paying too high a price for your independence, compare your present health insurance costs with our new non-group plan, Write or caA! Blue Cross and Blue Shield at 428-8021. Ask for free information about our new non-group plan. At Blue Crc and Shield we care about your independcw=e Our new non-group health coverage erie more way we make it affordable to the Caring BlueCroes Bue ot W~t Ceamd We~ ~ ~Q Virginian Fighting for the Family of West Virginia 'General's office is the =ecz most hnportmt office in the state! uum u llndsu comte, west Vrdnu "Opponent Charlie Brown is Ohioan!" was fired as an aidein the very office he seeks says yeu will vote for hime because of his name of State of Ohio Gesw would have a conflict of in a law sdt; West Vklkda -vs-