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November 14, 1975

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Association of Roane and Wirt November 4 Dinner. Turkey Dinner room at the dinner, the meeting President Ruth officers for the elected. ]ames was elected Ruth James, Lockney, A period was ]avid and guests from i nded: C. Clark Bess Wright. Coxs Linn; Glenna and tamptown; Jim and Stumptown: Julia Estella Gordon, Black. Baldwin; V. Robert and Jean B. Keith, Stouts Gilmer; and Barton, Rosedale. meeting will be to Rotary Club will hold Ball at the Center on 22. "Dusty" orchestra from provide the music The dance is OPen to the public. I in commemoration of Above Self" to 'the GRenville Rotary by Rotary 12, 1926. The Spencer was the Bantz W. was the first G. was the E. Arbuclde ago. There were members of whom E. Arbuclde, Dr. Paul H. Woodford. fifty years, the has supported many worthwhile projects. The net will be used to on ar- | Ball m composed of mom- and Anna Mary Lea Miller. and Elizabeth the decorating Chapter of Delta G'dmvr and hold its evening Burnsville Baptist November 14, at wfllbe Its purpoee is to as persons s nuli of their well as to the themselves and Service by LesteUe the program. committee are lean Fredin. heads the for the meeting. Roberta Bush will load tim 111~octio118. members of the their new i! i INC. ~late Needs of Upshur, AVE. unt Netkod/st women to host nnnNI I mr The United Methodist Women of Trinity United Methodist Church will hold their annual Bazaar in the Fellowship Hall on Saturday, Novem- ber 15, beginning at 9 a. m Steer furHi senior citizens Evelyn/hi to spill .t AAUW meeting Evelyn Hui, a native of Hong Kong, will be program speaker for the November 19 meeting of the American Association of University Women. She will speak on "A Contrast of Cultures." A 1975 graduate of Indiana University with a degree in Instruc- tional Systems Technology, Miss Hui is currently serving as a media specialist under the Title HI program at Glenvill_e State College. Her responsibilities include curriculum development and assistance in designing media mater- ials. Miss Hui also has a MS degree from Indiana University and a BA in English Language and Literature from National Taiwan University in Taipei. She taught English at the Hong Kong Pool To Middle School. Persons interested in attending the AAUW meeting should arrive at the Wesley Foundation Bldg. at 8 p. m. "'6teen hands" wekomnd to FFA chapter at GCH$ Seventeen freshman at Gilmer County H. S. were initiated into the local chapter of Future Farmers of America {FFA} last week. "Green Hands" participating in weak-long rites were: Dink Jones, Eddie Burkhamer, Ronnie Thompson, Chuck Byrd. Roger Lydick, Jerry Frashure. John Wood- ford, Jim Williams. Jim Waters, Frank Minney, Donald Stump. Glenn Miner. Randy Riddle, Bill Thrasher, Willy Clevenger, Rick Sprouse. and Mike Peters. Troy PTA to spomsor Family The Troy PTA will have a Family Fun Night on Friday, November 14, at 7 p. m. with bingo, food stands, cake walks, country store, ,ghost hodse, samee Jo jal6or and prizes. The PTA thanks all the Gilmer County merchants for their gift donations. to moot The recently organized Steer Creek Senior Citizens will meet on Wednesday, November 19 beginning at 11 a. m. at the Lockney community Building for a covered dish dinner. Donald W. Brown, State Insur- ance Commissioner of Charleston, was a visitor of Mr. and Mrs. William Erwin of 308 E. Main St., GRanville. Linda L. Minnich, graduate student in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Washington. has attained a straight A average for classes carried both Spring and Summer quarters, 1975. Miss Minnich is the research associate under Dr. C. George Ray, Departments of Pediatrics, Laboratory Medicine, and Microbiology at the University of Washington and chil- dren's Orthopedic Hospital and Medical Center. Her research is in the area of viral immunopathology and she is working specifically with Coxsackie B viruses, a cause of neonatal sepsis, meningitis, and myocarditis. She is a graduate of GRenville State College with a B.S. in biology and chemistry and was a member of Chi Beta phi. the national science fraternity. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Minnich of Glenville. 611M COUliIY AUCTION BAH Too Town Hill 61enville We sell antiques, new and used merchandise. Consignments accepted at 5:30 p.m. on Monday. SALES START 6:30 P.M. IIIII III AT SANDY & ROS ROSE'S FABItK SlIOPPE CHII.DRE S CLOTHING 1st Quality Boys mid Denim Jackets in three styles; includinl Corduroy and pre-wnshed, ealy Se.08 e h. Matchin| denim jeans for o ty SS.0e each including the real patch work in sizes 7-14. Also new shipment of double knits l'Hntod G tms and far (luflt s. bok Giea le ea Gr-,,tovme The Fifth Sunday Meetta$ of the Ministers, Deacmm ud laymen of the Mr. Pisgglh Baptist Auociatitm to be held with the Upper Stea Run Baptist Church November 29 and 30, 197& SATURDAY 10:.30 10:.45 11:15 Devotioual and Addr--~ of Welcome... I~ac~ Raymond Skidmore Adoption of ud mudme Se lou Mark 4:20-20 ........................ Elder I. Waller Stalnaker 12:60 NOON 1:15 Devotlomal ............................. Deacon Gordon Jenkins 1:30 Heb. 1:14 ................................. J~Jar Hgrlan A]Jtop 2:15 Acts 12:4-$ ................................ Elder Fred Dobbkm 3. 0 Be=ecUcSm SAll.rRDAY NIGHT 7:00 Devoti al ............................. l] am Adrem 7:15 l -vusoBu ...................... W1ll/amMm, phy SUNDAY 10:00 10:15 11:00 D vot mal.. Bro. Arnold Smith Daniel 5:5 ................................ lgder Clmrl Matt. 16:27 .............................. l m my 12:00 NOON 1:15 Dov~dtiemal ............................ Deacem Dale Hacker, It. 1:30 Deut. 5:29 ................................... i~dm, Roy Cmrad 2:15 Acts ~0:Z8 ................................. ~ Izmzo WUmm 3:00 FeUowship Service mini Ad~um-mmml P OGRAM COMMrrn charkm Fisher, Cl vel Smith . Coop Ed ckss to t0ur The Cooperative Education of the Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center will be promoting National Deca Week on Wednesday November 19 by partici- pating in a community awarness program on WDTV Channel 5 Weston. The program will follow the 1 pm news. They will also be touring the television studio. Some of the students will be interviewing various people involved in a television production, as part of their classroom work for the Career Information Unit (CIU). whaenq Srm#0.y to Perform at Weston Gilmer County residents will have an opportunity to hear music ranging from Haydn to Jim Croco and Duke EUington when the Wheeling Sym- phony orchestra performs in concert at the Woston National Guard armory on Sunday, November 23. beginning at 2:30 p.m. The tour appearance of the 55-piece orchestra is being presented under the auspices of the West Virginia Arts and Humanities Council, the National Endowment for the arts. and the Stonewall Jackson Jubilee of Lewis County. Besides classical overtures and rhapsodies, the orchestra will perform Duke ~on's "Fantasy," a medley of Ellington favorites including "Mood Indigo." "Don't Get Around Much Anymore." and "Take the A Train." An arrangement of Jim Croce tunes, sure to set the younger crowd humming, will close the concert. The Croce medley includes his biggest hits "Time in a Bottle," 'Tll Have to Say I Love You in a Song," and "Bad. Bad Loroy Brown." November 13, 1975 61Mor 4-/f'ors feJu nbtk st /bx| The Glenv e Democrat/Pathfinder /fa/Iowoon prize wiuers st Send Fork SAool Gilmer County's 4-H Horticulture Identification Team placed sixth out of 17 teams from other states in national competition last week in Biloxi, Miss. In addition, Sue Burke placed ninth out of 203 persons in individual competition in Horticulture Identifica- tion. She received a plaque and her coach, Anne Jones, received a certificate. The 4-H team won the West Virginia state title last August at Jackson's Mill, qualifying them for the national competition. Team members are Sue Burke, Keith Morrow. Rhonda Flesher, and Tim Robinson. Also accompanying the team was assistant coach Everett Mason. extension agent in Gflmer County. Mrs. Jones said that in addition to boat trip to an island in the Gulf of Mexico, team members were treated to a tour of the Bass Pecan Plantation 100 miles north of Biloxi. They were shown the harvesting process from picking to packaging. They also visited the battleship use Alabama at Mobile Bay, and the last home of Jefferson Davis. president of the Confederate States of America. The team remained in Alabama for eight days during the national competition and enjoyed a "great time." according to Mrs. Jones. A Halloween party was October 31 in the Sand Fork gym for students and parents. were supervised by students GRenville State Collage and ments served to everyone. Prises awarded to the following Iprad [preschool] Prettiest, Burke {beer); Ugliest, Timmy (gorilla); Most Original, Kell~ {Old Woman and the Shoe}; Brookover and Kerry Prttt circus parade}; end Best Monica and lessice THplet {angels). Grades 2-4 Prettiest, Kim {Indian maiden}; Ugliest, O'Dell (mummy}; Most Kuhl (beeping frog}; Best Belinda Montgomery and Lea Kelley (chesty lady and fat man Grades 5-8 Prettiest, Tammy (majorette}; Ugliest, Rodney {devil); Most Original, Jack (jaws}; Best Group, Cindy Christine Retliff. Kay Ratliff group}. Adults Prettiest, Melody (southern belle}; Ugliest, Mary (mad surgeon}; Most Original Tolliver (clown}; and Best Perry Lee Pritt and Hey (expectanct couple}. ,I Glenville, W. Va. Phone 462- LICENSED MORTICIANS J.J. S ur(mon, Pres. M. Steohen Strickland ATTEN D TH E CH U RCH YOUR CHOICE THIS SUNDAY Leading Creek Baptist Church Ualtod Methodist Ckcuit Trinity M hodbt Sunday School each week at 10 Sunday, Nov. 16 - Oak Grove, Thursday, Nov. 13 - Junior a.m. Services ou second Sunday in 10 a. m., College St., 11 a.m., Choir rehearsal 6 p. m, Youth month during August and Septem- Ottarbein, 7:30 p.m. forum, 6:45 p. m. New Life her. Roy. Harry Miller. Pastor. Mission, 7:30p. m. Sanctuary Gospel Mission C~urch Sand Fork Regular services on Friday night at 7:30 p.m. Crooked Method t Ghurch Preaching every second and Revival in progress, 7:30 p. m. nightly, Host pastor, Rev. Everett Mills. All singers, public welcome. Deer n tvm, Saturday, Nov. 15 - the Light fourth Sunday, 7:30 p.m. Bible" will ~ presenting Jesus Christ to Study~and ~ every fi~t,al~d. Fou~ third Sunday. 7:30 p.m.s; ...... .... ~e ~hat ( Old fashioned sing every fourth Saturday. 7:30 p.m. Public invited. Stewgrts Creek Church Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a.m. Preaching each second Sunday morning and fourth Sunday night with Rev. Glenn Kirkpatrick. Rhoad chapel Memm'tal Qnn Uttle B II itua 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. Church of Christ Sunday, Nov. 16 - Bible Service, 10:30 a. m. Evening Worship at 7 p. m. Wednesday, Nov. 12 - Mid week service, at 7 p. m. Glenvme Presbyter ( ,n'ch Sunday, Nov. 16 - Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Service for the Lord's Day at 11 a. m. Stewm Creek Charch Nov. 30 - Revival, begins at 7 p. with Rev. Glenn Kirklmtrick Singers and friends invited. p =t mqm.t S-nday, Nov. 16 - Church school for all s~es, 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 weake of preaching, music, movies, special speaker. Wednesday. Nov. 19 - Prayer and Bible study, 6 and 7:30 p. m. Choir practice 6:30 p. m. Thursday, Nov. 13- Junior High Fellowship. Kaleidoscope, after school at 4:15 p. m. Junior High Chor. 6 p. m. Pentecostal Church, ~ St. Second and fourth Saturday evening service, 7 p. m. Sunday, Nov. 16 - Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, Nov. 19 - Evenlll8 Service, 7:30 p. m. Good Shepherd Catholic Church Mineral ltd., Glenville Sunday, Nov. 16 - Eucharist Celebration at 11:15 e. m., Fr. David Glockner .............-.....-...-.. .........................:.:.:.-.........:,:..4,:.:~.:,.e.:.7~p:.:~_:.- .-.....,.....:.:~..:..:-:.:.:.........../.....:.........~.-.~,......;.......:.:;:;:; ~.;;~:.: ~:..~:~:.:~:~.~:e.~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~:~;.:~:~:~:~:~:~:,:4~:;:;:~:~:~:~:.:4~:~-e:~;~;:;~;~e..~:;~e~-~ Who rises from prayer a better man. his prayer is answered. --- George Meredith Choir rehearsal, 8:30 p. m. Saturday. November 15 - U.M.W. Bazaar, 9 a.m. ....... Sunday, Nov uber le . Church School, 9:45 a. m. Worship, Sermon: "You can't prove it by me., or can you?" 10:55 a. m. Youth Choir and Youth v. Sunday, November 10. Tro% 10 a. m., Mt. Ernest, 11 |. m. Unlt M lod Chm Revival in Session, nl ht, service at 7 p. m. Mm m send r k, Friday. Nov. 14 - Revtvgd progress, Rveryone ~, S~vamth Day Adv~ttist., Seturday, Nov. 10 - l Nb Study, 10 a. m. Worship 8ervt et II a. m. l wen st. meaMlle Pentecoet81 Sunday, Nov. :,t~ Su~y School at 10 a.m. Mot4tn~4~ Worship services at 11 a. m. Wlth the Paster, Rev. Michel| IklWlt ds, Monday. Nov. 17 - I trlv Fellowship mooting, m Church of Gbd. 7:30 p. . Letter Gap ~_nda Sunday, Nov. 16 - hndgy school at I0 a. m. Pre chin ever first Sunday by Roy. Gle Kirkpatrick, 11 a. m. "And it shell come to t ss, that before they Oall, I will answer; and While they ere yet Ipetking, I will flUr." --. Itllah 15:24 THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS URGE YOU TO GO TO CHURCH DAVIS CLOTHING STOKE "Glothln8 Imr Modm, u" 202 IF,. Main St. GluvIIle, W.Va. e~.rm~co smtv~c~ DodS -Salse a Sm'v Robert B./' apman Main St Glenville CALilOUN SUPE $1 tVl( INC 102-04 S. Lewk Ginn b COMMUNrrY SUPmt Gimvl Nmu PHAItMACY At Yow (;bmvl , W.Ve. 4 -737 GLENVIM.E MIDLAND CO. 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