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CALENDAR October 25--Monthly Covered Dish Supper-6 p.m. 25--Cedar Creek Satellite-6 p.m. 31---HALLOWEEN. November - I/r, Melinda Chambers, Extension Agent, 2--Bingo-7 p.m. Snyder, Gilmer County Extension 6--Election-OfficeClosed. Council President, and Eleanor Shock as 1Z--Office Closed-Nutrition h' asurer during the Extension Homemaker's Open. Banquet. (Photo by Bayard Young) 19--Sand Fork Satellite-11 a.m. U Chambers dent, Charlene Snyder, and ed at 6 p.m. At 7 p.m. a guest Agent Treasurer, Eleanor Shock, were speaker on Medicare will be Economics installed by the Extension heard. There will be a cake Agent, Melinda Chambers. walk following the speaker. Gilmer County Ex- Doris Teter and Mary White Achieve- were presented special gifts UTILFrYBILLCOLLF, CHON was held on from the homemakers for their potatoes, green beans, dressing, salad, rolls, desert, and drinL The cost will be $4.00 for adults and $2.00 for children under 12. WDTV TRIP We are planning to go to Bridgeport to visit the new WDTV Building. We are plann- ing to leave the Center around 8 a.m. on Monday. November 5. This trip will also be a shopping trip. If you would like to go please contact the Center. or sign up in the dining room. LIEAP AVAILABLE HALLOWEEN PARTY The monthly covered dish din- ner will be held October 25. At5 Starting November 12. the p.m. will be the Halloween Par- Gilmer County Senior Citizens ty. Everyone dress up and come will again offer the Low Income join the fun. Dinner will be serv- Energy Assistance Program {LIEAP). We will have the forms about November 1, if you want to come in and sign up. This pro- gram is the same as last year. chairmen yearly reports, composite of each clubs. was presented jazz and tap the direction of MENU The Gilmer County Senior Monday, Oct. 29: Creamed October 17. with efforts in constructing the coun- Center is now collecting gas and ground beef, buttered broccoli, Homemakers, ty quilt, electric bills, sliced pineapple, biscuit, and and guests pre- The banquet was a covered milk. dish. with each club con- SENIOR COMPANION Tuesday, Oct. 30: Beef liver the banquet tributing to the food, favors, pro- PROGRAM with onions, mashed potatoes Dial, Exten- gram and registration. It was an We are happy to have the with beef gravy, buttered green on Aging. She enjoyable evening and an ex- Senior Companion Program in beans, rye bread, cookies, and Lhe various roles of cellent way to close out one Ex- the county. Not only has it put milk. Virginia over tension year and begin a new seniors to work, but it will also Wednesday, Oct. 31: Ham one. help us to reach out to more patty, O'Brien potatoes, gelatin Extension Homemakers is seniors that live alone. Senior cubes with whipped topping, available to any adult in the companions in Gilmer County wheat bread, orange juice, and county,d is sponsored by West are Joyce DeBoer, Gladys milk. Virgini' WU versity Cooperative Frymier, Louise Luzader, and Thursday, Nov. 1: Hot dog Chestene Skidmore. If you know 'with chili on a bun. potato salad, Extension Service and clubs are located throughout the county, someone that lives alone and For more information, contact a would like a companion to visit club member in your area or their home. please contact the call the WVU Extension Office Senior Center, or one of the in Glenville, 462-7061. above named persons. county Exten- Council Presi- CHICKEN DINNER We are planning a Chicken Dinner, open to the public, on October 28. at the Center. The menu will be chicken, mashed applesauce, egg custard, and milk. Friday, Nov. 2: Hot turkey send'rich with gravy, white bread, whipped potatoes, but- tered spinach, banana, and milk. Menus are subject to change. Some people have believed that diamonds grow if left undisturbed in the soil. The GlenviIle Democrat-Pathfinder 3-B Putting cooked foods in the refrigerator before they cool can add two percent to your electric bill. Leave the dish out for about 20 minutes. ]11 " I I I _ IIII I IIIII I le. ille l alflt re, 46 Fairground Rd. RESTORATIVE CARE / Glenv Health Care provides cam that restores, whether it's short tenn respite care with therapy for a or a tsm sta csn be in ovad with the or is maintained by gate tm~n~. Our f~ and staff are equipped to provide quality restoraave care. Phm : 462-5718 I I PUBUC SALE Ruklance of Rt 47. Dausy Siemett, Burnt Hmme, Ritchie ComtW one mile oW Saturday, October 27, starting at 10 am~ Current the past two Birthdays this week are: Thurs- Karen Mohr. who will celebrate 11, Michael Smith, her birthday on Wednesday, Oc- 13, Sheri Cot- lobar 24; Monica White, Thurs- October 16, and day. October 25: Jeff Jenkins, Monday, Oc- who wilt celebrate his birthday, Belated Birth- Saturday, October 27: Tim Alltop will celebrate his 2Oth and Willa Dawn birthday on October 27, and 35th wedding Eric Jenkins will celebrate his on Saturday, Oc- his 21st birthday on Tuesday, Belated An- October 30. "Happy Birthday!" Elder and Mrs. Darrill to Lisa and Hashman will celebrate their t Were united in mar- 30th wedding anniversary on October 13. Thursday, October 25. "Happy and Landis were Anniversary!" on Saturday, ratulations!" Those visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Moore over the weekend were: Rick Beall, Sheila Turner, Mr. and Mrs. David Turner, Justus and Caleh, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Butler, April and Julia, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny James and Rastus, Cindy Hashman and Dallas, Monica Heather and Amanda White, and Theresa Jenkins. There was a rook game bet- Irs. Erma Gregory wean Connie, Debbie, Robin and Marjorie and Donna, but for obvious reasons. of Exchange. we won't record the outcome. Snyder went to However, there was a game bet- day last week to ween Connie and Robin and the check up. She "Winners" Donna and Rick on are interested Brownies in area, call Saturday evening. and Mrs. John Visiting Hayward and past few weeks Mildred Moore and Sinda Mrs. Jack Fisher Duelley this month have been Mr. and Mrs. Jack and Carolyn Pritt of Graf- of Vermillion, ton, Ohio; Drex and Bertha Lambert of Moore, of Wellington, Ohio; Bob Mr. and Mrs. Pritt of West Salem, Ohio; and of Ohio, and Mr. Red, of Lorain. Ohio. Bob, Jack eff Shelly and and Red came to hunt. It was Mr. Sinda Duelley went home with first time to Jack and Bob to spend a few weeksa with her daughter. She and family will also visit-with Geraldine and two girls and Drutha Mallory. Bob and They also Fary Tucker. Robert Pyles of Hitt of LaGrange, Ohio, and Carl Mullen of Ohio. 7 _- .Y_ _-_ _=, Woodford T. Oregon. have in Glenville. Son of Mrs. Eva late Bud Moore. ire Dr. Mary Pearl Moore of The Moores of two children. also residing They have Lisa, WHEN A HEARING AID WILL HELP HEARING TEST SET FOR GLENVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA Electroni~ he~dng test will be given at the Hotel Conrad on November 21, 1984 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.. by I~. Kemper Hym, Hear- Aid S : lm. BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICE 442 B W. Pike St. Clerksbu g, WV 26301 former Warrant was in San Fran- with the Combat Air WWIL feel people C&P ties into our long irectory assistance and Yellow Pages You're free to choose any telephone you want- from _The lille any company you want Any company, but C&P. Under he new rules, we don t sell telephones. And we can't fix them. ~S " So, :t mportant to ask about warranties and repmr before you buy your phone. The same way you would Things have changed in the telephone business. And before you bought a efrigerator or TV set. at C&P. But, when it comes to the quality and reliability of Of your l,ocal telephone service, our att:tudes and beliefs C&P is a company totally committed to making your haven t changed one bit. local telephone service the best it can be. Period. And we prove it. Every day. Even though C&P does toVrvide toll calFservicenearby areas, It we are not a long distance company. Y