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Page 12---The Gienville Democrat/PathfindermThursday, November 14, 1991 CHAMELEONS $2.10 Ea. HERMIT CRABS $2.10 Ea. EemaFmcnes $10.10 & 3rey C0ckateils $39.99 9 ru nllll i m i I Ill I u I I I u I Ililm I I I I I III1 u Annual Christmas Parade u A View From Kelly Run/Rose I I I Saturday, December 7 u I Sponsored by GUmer County Jaycees I I I I I I Name I I I I I I____ In the Time to be announced * Reserve your space Annual Christmas Parade today I I I I I Entry Description J l Phone: Daytime Evening I I Mall entry form to Gflmer County Jaycees, I PO Box 296, Glenvflle. WV 26351 or call 462-5326. j I IIII U I I I n i i illll i i ilJll i i i lllll Ill IBll [- M & R Insurance Agency-] Hays City, Glenvllle, WV Mobile Home Coverage Owner or Renter Same rates City or Country - Rood Coverage at no extra charge Quotes available by phone ---- 462-8338 I CONCERNED CITIZENS of Braxton Gilmer Wirt. Calhoun Wood Counties WHAT: Meeting of the Little Kanawha Parkway Coalition WHERE: Glenviile State College Heflin Center (Verona Maple Room) WHEN: Tuesday, November 19, 1991--7:00 p.m. PURPOSE: A presentation of research completed on Routes 5 and 14. This presentation will be done by students in Management 281 Class. Ull 10th YEAR ANNIVERSARY Buy any Tropical Fish, regulary priced $2 and under and get another one for 10 Save 20% Cat, Bird, Small Animal & Fish Supplies HURRY SALE LAST 10 DAYS ONLY; NOV. 12TH-NOV. 21ST INSIDE EASTPOINTE AQUARIUM SHOP G.c. aURPHY Clarksburg Your One Stop Pet Shop Downtown Weston 624-6272 NOW With 2 Locations 269-5902 Bring in this ad and get $1.00 Off .. ANNOUNCING Gienville SearsCataiog Family Appreciation Celebration... Friday and Setrurday November 15 & 16 Display Merchandise Only Sunday, November 17-..7:00 a.m. thru 10.'00 p.m. ONE DAY] Phone 1-800-366-3000 ['ONE DAY i .... O.LY / 10% OFF l 0.1Y I on any items you order from any current Sears catalog Phone 1-800-366-3000 between 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m., then tell the consultant that you wish to place an order for Family APl eciation Day. You Ii receive a 10% discount on anything you order. 0% financing 'til February, 1992 with most appliances, home electronic and home fashions purchases on Sears Charge Mon--Frl 9 to 5:30 Sat 9 to 1 Girardin I've been watching the news about Magic Johnson's dilemma over having apparently practiced illicit sex, and broken the God-given laws of chastity, subsequently also breaking the civil law, incidentally still on the books and still enforceable, against committing adultery. It does truly amaze me that the thing now to do is to educate our young folks, as to how to go about breaking all of these laws and ordinances safely without consequence. There is and never was any way to break the Lord's commandments without serious consequences. Our law en- forcement agencies can and are almost forced to turn their heads if for no other reason, that there are not enough jail cells to accommodate the offenders, and there are many other reasons. The reason the Lord gives us these laws and ordinances to live by, is so that we may have long, productive and joyful lives. For every action or inaction ever performed upon this earth, there is a consequence that naturally follows sooner or later. The Lord created this earth by directing the organization of matter in space with a perfect mathemati- cal balance, and everything in it and on it as well as above it. He then created Man and gave him dominion over it. He gave Man dominion over it with a few simple guidelines to live by. What Man has done with his free agency was never more evident than in this instance, unless maybe when Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit. I do not minimize the dilemma that Mr. Johnson now finds himself in, nor am I without sympathy for him and his family, mostly his family. I do take exception to the teaching of our young folks that illicit sex in any manner is ever safe. It is not. This is just one of the more evident penalties to be exacted from such activity. It is a consequence that exacts far more devastating penalties on the innocent than on the guilty. It is a consequence that will exact its toll generation after generation, but if he were not paying up for consequences exacted on the sins either of commission or omission of a former generation it is likely that he would never have been in that position anyhow. The moral fiber of our country really began to drastically erode during and just following World War II. Since then it has been on a steady down hill slide. The Lord created Man that he might know joy. When He speaks of Man He means Man and Woman, for in his eyes neither is one without the other. He gave us a few simple rules to live by, to insure that we could attain this state of happiness, that comes only from and by living in the manner that he himself came down her on earth to demonstrate for us. Lets don't be withholding or obscuring this better plan of prevention from our children! And with this I have probably spent my most unpopular nickel. III J. Luzader Continued from page 2 Sleet consists of small particles of ice mixed with rain. Sleet accumulations cause roads to freeze over or become slippery. A winter storm warning means that heavy snow, sleet or freezing rain is expected. A blizzard warning means that heavy snow and wind of 35 mph or more is expected. A severe blizzard warning means that very heavy snow is expected with winds over45 mph and temperatures below 10 degrees. Visibility can be so poor that you'll not be able to see for more than a few yards. To be safe, stay inside, listen to the radio or television for updates on the weather conditions, dress for the season, many layers of thin clothing are warmer than a single layer of thick clothing. Mittens are warmer than gloves. Wear a hat. Most body heat is lost through the top of the head. Cover your mouth with scarves to protect lungs from directly inhaling the extremely cold air. . Remember over exertion can bring on ahean attack---a major cause oraeath during and after winter st s, lt's velifi i h't critical, don't do it. If you must shovel snow, don't overexert yourself. If you're isolated at home, hang in---our good old boys will f'md you. If you're trapped in your car stay calm, pull offthe road and stay in your car where rescuers are most likely to find you. Set your directional lights to "flashing" and hang a cloth or distress flag from the aerial or window. If you run the motor to keep warm, crack your window. One person should be awake at all times looking out for rescuers. Exercise to maintain body heat, but avoid overexertion. Be careful not to use up battery power. At night tum on the inside dome light so workcrews can spot you. If you must travel and are driving, take winter driving seriously. Travel by daylight and keep others informed of your sched- ule. Our Neighbors... Frametown Community Center Country Cousins, a bluegrass band featuring Ran Dobbins, Gary Parsons, Judy Same, Paul Saffle, and Roger Hutson, will be appearing at Frametown Community Center on November 16 at 7:30 p.m. The kitchen opens at 5:30 p.m. Admission is free; donations for the band are accepted. Everyone is welcomed to come on out and enjoy an evening fo good die bluegrass music. Free Workshop A free workshop to inform area women of their basic legal rights in the areas of family, employment and health law will be conducted on Tuesday, November 19, from 6:30 - 9:00 p.m. at the Mid-Mountain Convention Center in Fla_,t ,o xls. For additional information, contact the West Virginia Women s Commission at 348-0070. High School Debate High school students interested in debate and forensics are invited to attend a workshop to be held Saturday, November 16 starting at 8 a.m. on the campus of Alde rson-Broaddus College. All interested high school students are invited to attend. More information is available by contacting Barbara Sims at Alderson-Broaddus College, Philippi, WV 26416. The phone number is 457-1700, ext 287. lances e Refrigerators, Washer/Dryers, Dishwashers, Stoves, & TVs 462-5631 We Service What We Sell 315 W. Main St., Glenviile, WV "Uptown printing Gq " gs On Jaycees Meettngs Gilmer County Jaycees meetings v~ll De l~e each month, 700 pm at the Cffy Hail Titan Rain Ponchos tat Sole The Gilmer County High School Athletic Boc Rain Ponchos for $3 50 Thest or by contachng any Booster member Angel Tree Program Commun{ty Resources v~ll con~nue taking Tree Program for qualifying families un~l 1st and Codo~ltlo 4-H Club The CeOarville 4-H Club will sponsor a ~ng Three groups of s~ngers, cake walks, food wtl be sold. Come out and enjoy l~e evening at t~e G.C. Democrat Women's Club Mee~ There witl be a a~nner meeting Club on ThursOay, November 21st at 6 [30 ID m Restaurant All members are In,~teci to ollend NeW etectea Weight Watchers Open Me~fing Milhe Snyder, acting President and Chmef Execuhve Weight Watchers franchise wilt be conducing a meel~ng Monday. November 25, at Tnnity Unffed beginning at 5:00 p m Conings Senior Sototlite Mooting The Comng Sen~or Satellite meeting Tuesday, November 19 at 10:30 a m TurK~ There will also be eye and cholesterol screening Eastern Star and Masomc The Eastern STar and Masonic Lodge w~',t be ~av~ng d~nner Tuesday. November 19 at 6 DO D m at the Ait members and meir families ~nvffea Deer Hunters Spoghoffi Dinner The Troy Elementary School PTO will ho!d a "Deer Dinner" on Monday, November 25, 3 DO - 9 00 13 m, cafetena Everyone ~s ~nwted to a~ena ProceedS Dementan/Scnooi students Fri~r~ls of lt~ GIIm~ The Friends of 11~e Gilm er Public Library w~il at 630 pm at ,~ne Library on Walnut Street ~$ Lets start a craft co-oD! Those interested meet a m. at Community Resources, 102 E Ma~n St, Cr~nstmas Craft Sales for more information cal ,t~no It I~stnqn4 Free one-to-one counseling about small ~xJS~ness offered by the Small Bus~ess Oevelopment Center q County Economic Develooment office on the Sl"ate College, Monday. November 18. from 10:00 o.m. Economic Development office is locate( Building, Room 300, To make an appointment. Development office at 462-7361 in aavance Hot Dog Sale and Bake Goods Community Women's Group will be hawng a HOt Goods sate at J & E Groceries. RoseOale. ( United Methodist Church). 9:00 a m November 23 Rotlmd School Employees Thanksgiving Members of the Gi~mer Count~ will meet for their annual Thanks~ving 19. at 12:30pro. atthe Gllm~ are necessary and m oy be made by c all~ g or Lee Miller (462-7440) by Monday morning, NovemDe~ Community IZe~m~rces lmol~ It= Color= In Members of Commur~ty Resouces will kK:k Program fund raiser beginning Tuesday. Novembe~ November 15 Profits from the sole of 5 of the most I TuDperware hne ~n t1~[ee brilliant Jeweltones w~lt De Tree Program Forjnformal~on regardmg t~is sale. Troy United Methodist Church w~ll hove a gospel ,~ 7:00 pm Featured singers Gospet Express R~vtval There w~ll be a re~vai at the Rosedale Baot~ November 17 Starting at 7:00 pm each evening. Roger Stewart Everyone is invited t Thanks-Foe- The Tanner Chapel Youtta are sponsoring on Sunday, November 17, 1991 starting at 2:30 special guest speaker Everyone is welcome I~vt~ Frozen Chapel Bapl~st Church in Shock S Sunday evening. November 24th at 7:00 p m O Revival Set There wll be o revwat at Burke United Me~, ville on the Exchan There will be special s~nging each evening The PastO~, will be bnnging the messeges Joyful Not~ Children. age 4 throuol"~ grade 6, are rn~ted to Methodist Church on WednesOays from 6:30 - 7:30 P music, crafts, games, and Christian fellowship please I~one 462-7482 or 462-517t Adult Study Please jo~n us at Trinity United Methodist Chdch 6:30- 7:30p m for anhourofA, may attend Joyful Noise during this same hme For please l:~none 462-5171 or 462-5156 You can't plant the seed and Mi pick the fruit the next morning. Jesse Jackson (1914-) with down-home service from the heart of West Virginia." 1-800-675-2032 354-6159 Clay Press PRINTING SERVICE ROUTE 1, BOX 103 GRANTSVILLE. WV 26147 Free pickup and delivery at The Clenville Democrat at the Derrick Cafe Derrick Lounge & Restaurant Thursday, November 14 I. L. Room - 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Cafe - 11 a,m. to 8 p.m. 9 E Main St, Glenville -- To Go Orders Call 462-7752 "Locally owned and operated" Capital The 23rd An and November ton Civic 4to10 to 10p.m. to 7 p.m. On exhibit in until ing Thomas an ings From Benton Trust- Com A scribed will arrive document Morris on display