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Thursday, November 14, 1991--The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder--Page 3 service to ss Bertha Service celebrating ents of who died 29, 1991, is Sunday, No- p.m., at Trin- Church. m the celebra- Rev. William Pastor at First rch, Glenville, Anderson, Method- Several years, organist at churches. K. Simmons, State Col- .An Apprecia- Olsen for continuous ser- 71~i / -- illll i O vice that she rendered as mem- ber of the music faculty at the college. Special music is being planned and prepared for the memorial service, including or- gan music, instrumental selec- tions, and a vocal solo. A eulogy will be presented by Dr. Espy W. Miller, retired pro- fessor of English from Glenville State College. A planning committee of Dr. Gary Gillespic, chairman of the Division of Fine at Glen- ville State College, Mrs. Georgia Pearl McCanney, Mrs. Mary Jean Barker, and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson L. Wells. has made ar- rangements for the Bertha E. Olsen memorial service. Reva Bennett, member of the Gilmer County Unit of the American Cancer Society, holding two awards received by the local unit at the annual meeting held in Charleston September 21-22. Gilmer County received an award for being the first West Virginia county to reach its 1990-91 goal, and also a first-place award for its Scrapbook {counties under 25,000 population). "[he scrapbook shown was designed and compiled by Reva. J Glenville Elementary announces 5th and 6th grade honor students Glenviile Elementary School principal James O. Phares re- leased the following list of stu- dents who made the honor roll for the first nine weeks of classes. Fifth grade honor students are Devon Chapman, 4.00; Tiffany Smith, 4.00; Gretchen Stalnaker, 4.00; Joey Wright, 4.00; Jeffrey Jenkins, 3.90; Dylan deRossct, 3.75; Chrissy Frederick, 3.70; Erica Ball, 3.50; Kristy Dennison, 3.45; Sarah Frashure, 3.45: Leah Frame. 3.35; Jessica Echard, 3.30 and Eric Edman, 3.25. Sixth grade honor students arc Lewesla McClain, 4.0(); Shelly Sheets, 4.00; John Kennen, 3.80; Deanna Wilt, 3.80; Sarah Morrison, 3.75; Randy Hitt, 3.40; Nichole Smith, 3.30; Jocy Frashurc, 3.28 and Justin Murphy. Giimer artisians to exhibit in Charleston Leigh Ann Britton ony unites Jones/Britton became the Britton ceremony L th c!r a The bride is the granddaugh- ter of Hershall and Helen Jones of Glenville and Arnold Jewell In a 7:30 p.m. ceremony on November 16 at the Cultural Center in Charleston, West Vir- ginia artists and craftspeople will be presented with 18 awards to- taling $33,000. The awards cer- emony will precede the formal opening of the West Virginia Juried Exhibition 1991, which is presented biennially by the Divi- sion of Culture and History. Gilmer county residents Paul T. Latos of Linn and Arlinka Wofl of Glenville will be exhibi The public is invited to meet the artists from across the state, attend the awards ceremony where monetary awards are an- nounced, and tour the exhibit at the official public opening. he daughter of Jones of graduate of and a- radu- of Charleston, )Uth Carolina, m geology. the South of Health is the son of E. Britton South taro- of Bishop Charles- and a pure sugar and dextrose, a natural sugar College of SPA G HE qTI & ME A P AL S D INNE Sunday, November 17 12:00 p.m.--4:00 p.m. per person s3s under 12 Gilmer County High School Cafeteria Proceeds for New York Trip Special topics English Class Special Thanks to Glenville Foodland majored in tployed by epartm :nt ronmental " ------ Gilmer County Recreation Center :o9 - G,-LIVE MUSIC ,oacc, r l )ecerr 3- 8 pm to 12 pn 22 p.m. - G1- responded Lower Level $10 single $15 couple Re ,'ponded to 7:49 p.m. - Food and Mixers Provided Sponded to a Sponsored By Gflmer County Jaycees e-h nce. " " Derrick Cafe & I. L. Room Will Be Closed rsday, November 28, 1991 for Thanksgiving Runs Will Be Made As Follows: Thursday's on Friday Friday's on aturday Office Will Be Closed S]turday Please Have Garbage Out By 3:00 a.m. 1 carat of Diamonds W in 14K Tennis Bracelets lamonq Starting -:. at , s69995 Baird's Jewelry "Your Ful/ Service Jewelry Store" 765-5151 Located Off 1-79, Flatwoods Exit 67 HoursIMonday thru Friday--11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Saturday--9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. LAYAWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS! PRICES EFFECTIVE THRCeJG't~ ~JJt~, ~~ ~f~ *f #dl . BLENDED PL net wt. II I I IIII I Sunday, November 17.-11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Broiled Sole "Fresh from Maryland" with Rice Pilaf H-a-m Scalloped Potatoes and Vegetable of the Day DRIVE 3T 10 am Drive Building Derrick Baked Tom Turkey w/"Mom's Dressing," Mashed Potatoes & Gravy Sweet Potato & Cranberry Sauce Lasag Freshly Made with Eean Ground Beef and a Blend of Three Cheeses Above specials served with Derrick Garden Salad, Soup-of-the.day, soft drink, coffee, tea, bread and butter. Walk- in or Reservations 9 E Main St., Glenville To Go Orders Call 462-7752 "Locally owned and operated" MOUNTAIN TOP - 9 INCH Pumpkin Pie BIXY ON]B - GET ONE II II !1 II II II IIIlIIIlIIlIIIIIIIII FOODLAND SPECIAL COUPON BLENDED - 4 LB. BAG BOSTON STYLE - BONE IN azoz. I I iiiIIIIIIIlllllliiI i ~1~./~ IliIIIIIIIlllliI TEND~R~ST QUALITY BEANS - PEAS - CORN VEGETABLES WHITE - A..~SORTED ~,RK STEAKS 1 1-15 OZ. CANS $1.29La FOR ROLL I I I I I (AVAILABLE AT GLENvILLE . GRANTSvILLE F~S)