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serve for the official capacity as Advisor of the of Rainbow for assemblies in Saturday. Nov. 8. graduate of Gilmer at Glenville elected to her post here is for the a new Worthy daughter of Mr. and She has been an Rainbow for six many local, district the organization. of her high are scheduled ).m. at Sand Fork Cecil Butcher. Church at Clay the gospel Burke will be the sin ng. is arranging for individuals and a nursery for Bush and the the public to all AAUW meeting on Montessori well attended The Association of American University Women (AAUW) program on Montessori education was pre- sented last O( to[mr 22 at their monthly meeting. Many visitors and several local teachers were present to hear a teacher from the Parkersburg Mon- tessori School describe the innovative process as structured learning in which the teacher prepares the student's environment and directs the learning. Children two and a half to six are given the freedom to approach new activities and materials whenever they are physically and emotionally ready. Slides of students in the school revealed them cutting carrots, polishing shoes and silverware, and washing vegetables. These activities are presented as part of the learning process, along with maps. puzzles, and other educational tools. It was also emphasized that Montessori-trained youngsters are able to read, write, and do basic math before they enter the first grade. The next AAUW meeting will be held on Wednesday. November 19 in the Wesley Foundation at GSC. The business meeting in scheduled for 7 p.m. The program will follow at 8 p.m. with Evelyn Hut, a native of Hong Kong. Cbb to s nsor Turkey Dinner The Woman's Club of Glenville will meet at City Hall on Monday. November 10 at 7:30 p. m. for the regular monthly session. All members and prospective members are urged to attend. Mrs. Beryl Langford will give the FHA-HERO regional meeting at G$C The Western Regional meeting of Future Homemakers of America Home Economics Related Occupations {FHA- HERO) met at the Glenville State College auditorium on Saturday, November 1. Members from 17 counties attended. The pledge was offered by Sherry Smith, State FHA secretary. Opening ceremony was led by Cindy Reedy, State FHA president. Dr. D. Banks Wilburn, GSC president, welcomed the 350 guests. Charles Hopkins, W. Vs. Retailer's Association vice president, spoke on "My Favorite First Ladies?' A business meeting was followed by a luncheon and guided tour of the GSC campus. A Bicentennial style show was featured during the afternoon. Gilmer County H. S. FHA girls participating in the show were Rosemary Luzader, Cindy Facemire, Elizabeth Riffle, Nelda Alltop, and Suzanne Watson. Lavaughn Bouch. GCHS teacher, is advisor to the Western Region of FHA-HERO. "A Streetcar Hamed Desire" at 65C The Southeastern Shakespeare Co. will present Tennessee Williams' ~hallenging masterpiece, A Streetcar Named Desire, Monday, Nov. 10 at Glenville State College in the auditorium at 8 p. m. In 1947 when Williams' master- piece burst upon the Broadway Stage, it transformed drama into realism, acting into "the method," Marion Brando into an instant star, :~nd its author into a Pulitzer Prize winning dramatist. Southeastern Shakespeare re- vives the towering conflicts of Blanche, Stanley, and Stella their cruelty, compassion, and desire laid bare amid the tangled jungle of human emotions. The professional cast includes actors from seven states. The play is produced by Henderson born Charles M. Smith, founder and manager of the non-profit Southeastern Shakespeare Co. and directed by Los Angeles based Michael Hankins. November 6, 1975 Puppet interest group at Presb er/an ur/m Interested in puppets? A puppet interest group is about to be formed in Glenville. The first meeting will be at the Glenville Presbyterian Church on Wednesday, November 19, after school. Students in grades 4-6 will form one group, and those in grades 7-9 will comprise another. No previous' experience is necessary, just an interest in puppets. The leaders of the group will be lean Breitenhirt and Ruth McCreary. Persons wanting more information can call Mrs. Breitenhirt at 462-8080 or Mrs. McCreary at 462-8209. For the first meeting, each participant should bring a sock; it will be made into a sock puppet. Later, members of the groups will be able to make more puppets, and will use them in presenting puppet shows. The leaders state that any college students or adults who would like to learn about puppets will be welcome, Puppets provide an excellent teaching aid. If you have "Personals'you want published, telephone them in (42-7309) or mail to Editor, Glenville Democrat, Glenville, 26351. No charge. The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder , New Ufe I/ss/oa A New Life Mission will ~gi~ Sunday evening. November 9, Trinity United Methodist Church a~ will continue through Thursda~ November 13. The missioner or leader of Mission will be Rev. Robert P. lohneo~ pastor of St. Andrews United Methodist Church Johnson is an approved the General Board of Disciples~, United Methodist Church. He was one of 41 picked by the General Board participate in a one-month Australia last July. : Rev. Johnson was born Wheeling and is a graduate of Military Institute. He received an A. B. degree from VW/U and a Mastat 0f Divinity degree from Wesley Theol.. cal Seminary, Washington, D. C. The New Life centers around an evening service at 7:30 p. m. each evening. In addition to the service there will be a morning Bible studay:at 10 a. m,, a youth forum for Junior and Senior high youth at 6:45 p, m. ands chat-back following the service. On Wednesday following ~e 7:30 p. m. service Mr. present a program about Australia. Everyone is invited to attend The County's Best Bargain - a year's services. subscription to your hometown newspaper. ! The Glenville Democrat and Glenville Pathfinder. Just $5.15 for in-county residents. Call 462-7309 today. I Glenville, W. Va. Phone462-7660 LICENSED MORT/ClANS J.J. Spurgeon, Pres. M. Stephen Strickland .... devotional thought and Miss May Beal Pisgub urch board willprogrambe program chairman. The true, ... ATTEND THE CHURCH will be a panel discussion of fund "Recent Books Every Club Woman Should Know.'" Participants will be Mrs. Rozella Hamric, Miss Mary Ellen Kennedy, and Miss May Beal. Hostesses will be Mrs. Wayne Harkins, Mrs. Rubert Stump, and Miss MaW Ellen Kennedy. Preceeding the club meeting, the executive board will convene at 7 p. m., according to Miss Bertha O/sen, president. Late membership dues will be accepted at this time. As a coming event, the club is The Board of Trustees of the Pisgah United Methodist church has established a cemetery trust fund to provide for perpetual care of the cemetery and for preservation of the church. Contributions may be sent to Kanawha Union Bank, Glenville, W. Va. 26351 or to any trustee of the fund. For further information, interested persons may contact any member of the trust fund or Board of Trustees., sponsoring a Turkey Dinner on Sunday, November 16, noon to 2 p. m. at the Recreation Center. Tickets may I (0UNW | be obtained from Mrs. Bertha Wagner orMrs. Otis Hardman or others on the ! AUCIION BARN | [omem Club finance committee. Benson fruit cake~ , may aiso be obteined from thetadies, it ! Top Tow.n Hdl [' the home of Mrs. was learned. Ling with a pine [ disi~-]~incheon, Lezkuey I ves eu y " [ 61enwlle [ [ We sell antiques, new and| ga//oween P--,..r., i used merchandise. / over the regular and the previousThe Lockney Braves 4-H Club I Consignments accepted at] , read and the enjoyed a Halloween Party last i 5:30 p.m. on Monday. l ' about pattern October 27 at the Lockney Community by Mrs. Rose BUflPd~rgzes were awarded to: Frank ISALES START 6: 0 P.M.| tder was given a Minney, most comical; Georgie Sauer, i 1 best dressed: and Marilyn Frame, most / ROBERT J. BUTCHER / attending were original. The club members enjoyed | | Hazel Moody, telling ghost stories and playing games. Auctioneer Mrs. Linda Refreshments were served by Sue ----- Jones. GuestsCollins. Reporter, Kathy Miller. and Ronny a group of the Club met at to make a turn of 48 quarts, a groundhog to Fred the apple Mary Stewart, Skinner, Mary Connie Madeline Dorothy Small. Visitors D~assie Clear. g may contact taonth at the by the Gilmer will Parkersburg; Parkersburg, Harmoni- at the County on Saturday, 7:30 p.m. All invited to INC. Needs of Upshur. KOR| "Florida's Best" Salt Roasted "Florida's Best'" Shelled Halves Peanuts FCOJ Pecans By special arrangement with the Florida Agricultural Marketing Association, you can purchase cartons of these fine pecans,, peanuts, orange juice, grapefruit and oranges, so contact your county Farm Bureau today. "FLORIDA'S BEST" PRODUCTS Salt Roasted in Shell Peanuts- 1 lb. bags $1.34 .... Pecan Halves - 1 lb. bags $2.58 .... Orange Juice Concentrate $14.42 ..... {24/12 oz. cans per case} Navel Oranges 4/5 bu. $6.70 .... "High Densiw" - Add5 Grapefruit ,, $6.70.. - cans of water per can of Tangelos - $6.70 .... juice. TOTAL AMOUNT Name ......................................... Phone ................... Address ....................................... County ................... City .................. State ................... Zip Code ................... FARMER TO FARMER MARKETING Order deadline: Nov. 12 Send completed order blank (with check) to GILBERT REED, Box 957-A Mineral Road Glenville, W. Va. 26351 Phone462"7614 You will be called when your order arrives at the Gilmer County Recreation Center week of December 8. OF YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY Leading Creek 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 Mission Church Sand Fork Regular services on Friday night at 7:30 p.m. Crooked Run Methodist Church Preaching every second and fourth Sunday, ~7:30 p,m. Bible third Sunday, 7:30 p,m. Old fashioned sing every fourth Saturday, 7:30 p.m. Public invited. Stewarts Creek Church Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m.Preaching each second Sunday morning and fourth Sunday night with Rev. 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 Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick. Prayer meetings on Wednesdays, 7 p.m. Gospel Miuion Church Wabash Avenue Sand Fork Revival in progress, Rev. Hayhurst, Evangelist. All wel- come. Dawson Baptist t'~urch Revival in progress services nightly 7:30 p. m. Pastor, lames Epling. Everyone welcome. First Baptist Church Sunday, Nov. 9 Church school for all ages, new class for college students and young adult couples, nursery provided, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Evening service, 7 p. m. alternating weeks of preaching, music, movies, special speaker. Wednesday, Nov. 12 - Prayer and Bible study, 6 and 7:30 p. m. Choir practice, 6:30 p. m. Thursday, Nov. 13 - Junior High Fellowship, Kaleidoscope, Trinity United Methodist Thursday, Nov. 6 - Junior Choir rehearsal, 6 p. m. Sanctuary Choir rehearsal, 7 p. m. Council on ministries, 8:15 p. m. Saturday, Nov. 8 Man's Prayer Breakfast, 8 a. m. Sunday, Nov. 9 Church School, 9:45 a. m.. Worship Sermon "God's Person." 10:55 a. m. Youth Fellowship and Youth Choir, 6 p. m. New Life mission, 7:30 p. m, Monday, Nov. 10 to Thursday, Nov. 13 - Bible study, 10 a, m. Youth Forum, 6:45 p. m. New Life mission. 7:30 p. m. Troy United ~ Circuit Sunday, Nov. 9- Cox's Mill. 10 a. m. Troy, 11 a. m.,~Doyle Chapel, 7p.m. Seventh Da~ Adventist Saturday, Nov. 8 Bible Study, 10 a. m. Worship Service at 11 a. m. Church of God Powell St. Glenvti/e .... Pentecostal Sunday, Nov. 9 - Sunday School at I0 a. m. with Morning Worship services at 11 a. m, the Pastor, Rev. Monday, Nov. 10 Fellowship meeting, Church of God, 7:30 p. m, Church of Christ Gienville ::' Sunday, Nov. 9 Bible Evening ~:~ Wednesday, Nov, 5 - Mid week service, at 7 p. m. Glenvllle Presbyterian Church : Sunday, Nov. 9 - Sunday. school, 9:45 a. m. Service for the Lord's Day at 11 a. m. Pentecostal Church, River St. :: Second and fourth Saturday: evening service, 7 p. m. Sunday, Nov, 9- Service. 7:30 p, m. Wednesday, Nov. 12 - ]gv~: Service, 7:30 p.m. .:: Good Shepherd CathoUc Church :" Mineral ltd., Gleavtlle Sunday, Nov. 9 - Eucha ' Celebration at 11:15 a. m, David Glockner Letter Gap Communl~ Sunday. Nov. 9 school at I0 a. m. Preaching every i first Sunday by Rev. Glen~ Kirkpatrick, 11 a.m. :~ United Methodist Circuit Sunday, Nov. g - Otterbein, 10 a. m.i C~7~ge St.. 11 a. m.. Oak Grove. 7 p, m. Otterbein United Methodist Revival in progress, 7:30 p. m. nightly, Host pastor. Rev. Everett Mills. All singers, public welcome. Open Door Chapel Hazelgreen Saturday. Nov. 15 - the Light will be presenting Jesus Christ to you in Gospel Singing. Come and see what God has for you. 7 P. m. A 2_ THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS URGE YOU TO GO TO CHURCH DAVIS CLOTHING STORE "Clothing for Moderns" 202 E. Main St. Glenville, W.Va. GLENVILLE TEXACO SERVICE Dodge-Sales & Service Robert B. Chapman Main St. Glenvtlle CALHOUN SUPER SERVICE, INC. 102-04 S. Lewis GlenvUle COMMUNITY SUPER MARKET Gienville Phone 462-88 J SUMMERS PHARMACY At Your Service (;lenville, W.Va. Ph. 462-7373 GLENVILLE MIDLAND CO. Clothing for the Whole Family Main St. Glenville HOME IMPROVEMENT CORP. Heating. Air Conditioning,. TV And Appliane~-s Glenvillv and Burnsville KANAWHA UNION BANK Complete Banking Service Member FDIC Ph. 482-7341 DRAKES'S ql !AKER STATE SFRVICE Bulk Gas,disc. Fuel Oil Lubricaflnt ,ils and greases Ph. 462-7868 Baldwin. WV LEON'S TIRE SERVICE Glenvllle V CONRAD HOTEL & RESTAURANT Good Food - Reaaoaable Prices ~ t01 So, Cou~t Ph. 482-7391 HAMRIC'S ~Y Quality Jewelry - Watch Repah' 107 E, Main St. WILLIAMS GROCERY AND ESSO STATION B.H. [lack] Lows we=t Vtrstnl i Your Hometown NewepapeN The Gienvllle Democrat The Glenv le Pathflnd