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November 3, 1988

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6-A The Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder Moss families meet CATARACT SURGERY - TOTAL EYE CARE Medicare Accepted - Free Transportation Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital - Weston- III I The Annual Nathanial C. (John) Moss reunion was held at Cedar Creek State Park Septem- ber 4, 1988. Those attending were Wilbert and Arlene Reed of Grafton, Ohio, Ben and Bernice Dobbins of Grafton, Ohio, Roy, Kay, Darrin and John Moss of Par- sons, Jimmy, Janie, Nathanial and Jonathan Moss of Norman- town, Terry and Debbie Moss of Weston, Floyd and Mergie Moss of Cedarville, Wilford and He- len Reed of La Grange, Ohio, Nora Beall of Normantown, Rosalie Hidden of Amherst, Ohio, Francis and Itella Moore of La Grange, Ohio, Tony and Arletta Natal of Elyria, Ohio, Bryce, Joanne and Samantha Smith of Elyria, Ohio, Bob, Karen and Kristie Nicholas of Grafton, Ohio, Gary and Evelyn Drake of Burnsville, Fred and I! !! 3rd Congressional District Scientist (Ph.D. Chemistry) Private Sector Experience 14 Years at Union Carbide Public Sector Experience WV Turnpike Commission Private Industry Council Regional Development Authority Conservative Philosophy Chairman, WV Conservative Union Treasurer, American Conservative Union "The Conservative" "The Liberal" Opposes $ :, Ol9orts S upp,- rts "L ,pports Supports Supports Supports Opposes Supports Supports TAX INCREASES BUDGET CUTS BALANCED BUDGET AMENDMENT LINE-ITEM VETO DRUG TESTING DEATH PENALTY AIDS TESTING TAX-FUNDED ABORTIONS SCHOOL PRAYER SDI (Nuclear Defense) S upports Opposes Opposes Opposes Opposes Opposes Opposes Supports Opposes Opposes Paid for by Hart f'~r Congress, John R. Calvert, Treasurer II at Cedar Creek June Smith of Grafton, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Sheetz of Elyria, Ohio, Kathy Brown, Kelly and Kevin of Elyria, Ohio, Berry, Sherrie Adam Wil- liams of Winston-Salem, N.C.. Herlie Ratliff of Gassaway, Edgar, Mary Ann and Kim Moss of Charleston, Armold, Mary, Brian and Travis Moss of Ce- darville, Othella Lindsay of Bumsville, Paulette Reed of Grafton, Ohio, Eddie James of Columbia Station, Ohio, Bobby, Linda, Shelly and Benji Goodrich of Grafton, Ohio, Terry, Donna and Krystle Ratliff of La Grange, Ohio, Cad Gre- gory of Cedarville, Robert and Carol Rush of Normantown, Steve, Carol, Chris and Brandon Sprouse of Normantown, Rod- ney and Ruthie Moss of Ce- darville, Emestine Walker of Belpre, Ohio, Jenny Anos, Megan and Trisha of Parkers- burg, Donnie L. Moss of Nova, Ohio, Edith Moss of Belpre, Ohio, Laura Moss of Norman- town, Barbara Moss of Norman- town, Bill and Jerry Jones of Normantown, Ken Moss of Re- public, Ohio, Wayne and Clara Moss of Elyria, Ohio, Marcia and Amber Mulligan of Belpre, Ohio, Tammy Francis of Belpre, Ohio, Lisa Smith of Bumsville, Daniel, Judy and Travis Moss of Elyria, Ohio, Bill and Joyce Stout of Williamsburg, Va., Kennard, Diane, Amanda, Shell and Bryan Smith of La Grange, Ohio, Dallas and Lois James of Columbia Station, Ohio, and Ni- cole Smith of Belpre, Ohio. Lunch was served and en- joyed by everyone. Several gifts were won. The door prize, a hanging table made by Karen Nicholas, was won by Kathy Brown. Everyone visited and had a nice day. The reunion will be held September 3, 1989 at the same place. Some dinosaurs were no bigger than chickens are today. Thursday, tl Students share computer knowledge with friends. Computer Learning Night a huge success The Computer classes at Carmen Sandiego?, Gilmer County High School Show, etc. celebrated "Computer Learning "Watching the Month" by holding a"Computer with their parents Learning Night" at Gilmer members their new County High School on October knowledge of the 17, 1988. made a night to bored," said Mrs. The students in the classes "This was kind of a became the teachers as they activity to the taught their parents, sisters, when the computer. brothers, or friends how to use booming with the Print Master program, the minute of the day as Certificate Maker, the T-Shirt and many teachers Shop, or how to play various ners, posters, etc., for games: Where in the USA is coming parade, dance." Entries sought for Annual Christmas Parade Entries are lacing solicited for the Gilmer County Organization's annual Christmas to be held December 10 at 10 a.m. The th:mc of this year's "Santa's Toyland." If you are interested in entering an entry in the please send the entry' form below to: Mike Minney, Box 110, Cox's Mills, WV 26342 I NAME I DESCRIPTION OF ENTRY I L PHONE NqdMBER ~ IIII ~ ~ nil m imN imm i i mill Imll ml ~l I~L ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::.::::::::::: :: ::-: ::::: 'd ,q 11N. [] Glenville, WV - C/~