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November 15, 1984

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The lenville Demo at-Pathflnder 3 For Thanksgiving ............ no school during the week of November t Thanksgiving holiday. Deer Hunter Dinner ............... is sponsoring their annual Spaghetti Din- 19, from 5-8 p.m. All the general public come, especially those deer hunters! • • , • • • • * • * • • o • ° • • • • • • • . • • ° * annual Harvest Feast will be held in the of the First Baptist Church in Glenville 8, at 6 p.m. Members and friends are asked of food (vegetables, salad, or dessert) for lie dinner. Beverages and meat will be fur- the American Baptist Woman. It is also sug- staple food be brought to contribute to the Food Pantry. A program of music and Will be shared, with Dr. Raymond Jones sing- two ladies will be recognized for fifty year in the church. They are Mrs. Ted (Alma) , and Mrs. Adren (Freeda) Jones. Sale ...................... School will begin taking orders for pepperoni rolls during the week of r 16. Anyone wishing to place an order, and is by a student, may call the school. Thanksgiving Day Dinner ....... Creek Community Club and Senior Citizens a Thanksgiving covered dish dinner November at the community building. Meat and drinks There will be special entertainment Walks. & Cake Walk ................. square dance and cake walk at the Wagon r Restaurant in Glenville, will be held Satur- 17, from 8-11 p.m. Music will be provided Gene Roberts and the Trailriders. A nice to bring the family for an evening's enter- Watchers and beginners welcome! Meeting ......................... Kanawha Valley CB Club will hold its regular Saturday, November 17, at the Recreation building), with a covered dish dinner at 6 Special ..................... be a spaghetti dinner, with a menu including salad, rolls, dessert and beverage, at the God of Prophecy at Dusk Camp on November 4 p.m. to ? Christmas Parade and Chop Suey Din- • , . . . , . . . . ° o , o . ° . . . , o • o ° .... . ° ° • , • • ss Association Christmas Parade and Dinner will be held Friday, ovember 30, at 4:30 p.m. Anyone interested in entedng a parade should contact a member of the immediately. PTA Meeting ................... Fork PTA will meet November 27, at 7 p.m. Dr. superintendent, will be there to speak on Plan for Education. All parents are urged to Mills Community Rabbit Roast ........ Cox's Mills Community Rabbit Roast will be November 17, at the community center. Will begin at 5:30 p.m. Those not bringing a dish will 'be charged admission. The "all you rule prevails. ~ie.. , o s.... , . . o °, ° , ° o ` , , ~ . ` . ° ° ° • • of God of Cox's Mills will hold a bake sale November 17, at the church. They also have for sale. For information about the call 462-7285. Meeting .......................... be a revival meeting at the Crooked Fork Bap- at Perkins beginning Sunday, November 18 .nl. Elder Larry Fisher is the pastor. Everyone is New New Books by Louis L'Amour Bowdde's Law & Frontier Bryan Adams by Culture Club J. Geils Band Farm Bureau Citrus Orders Deadline ......... The Gilmer County Farm Bureau will accept orders for citrus fruit until Saturday, November 17. Delivery will be the week of December 3. Order blanks may be picke l up at the WVU Extension Office. Mail order blanks to Loren McCartney, Rt. 65A, Box 4A, Glenville, WV 26351, or call 462-8820. Christmas Tree Festival ................... The Christmas Tree Festival, sponsored by the Gilmer County High School Athletic Boosters, will be held December 1-2. Help to usher in the Christmas Season by planning to display a tree. For further information call 462-7960. Gids' Sectional Basketball Tourney ......... The Gilmer County High School Lady Titans will face the Clay girls' squad in the Region 2 Section 2 cham- pionships on Tuesday, November 27, at 7 p.m. in Glen- ville. Cedar Creek Game Club Holiday Dinner ...... The Cedar Creek Game Club Holiday dinner will be held Saturday, November 17, at 6 p.m. at the Gilmer county Recreation Center. This is a covered dish dinner, with the club furnishing meats and drinks. All members, families and guests are urged to attend. Jack Lynch and his band will provide entertainment after dinner. Door prizes will be given away. Mt. Earnest Chdstmas Bazaar .............. The Mt. Earnest United Methodist Church's Christmas Bazaar will be held November 17 on the church grounds in Conings community. There will be Christmas items, a rummage and bake sale, and hot dogs and coffee. FFA Citrus Sale .......................... T; e Gilmer County FFA is holding thetr annual Citrus Fruit Drive. The Chapter is selling Navel oranges, Hamlin (juice) oranges, tangeloes, pink grapefruit and gold grapefruit. For more information call 462-5365 bet- ween 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Prices: Navels-S15 for 40-42 lb. box, $8 a ½ box; Hamlins.$13 a box, $7 a 1/2 box; Tangeloes-$13 a box, $7 a 1/2 box; and Grapefruits-S11 a boX. Police Officer Liability Workshop ........... The Training Institute of the Office of Resource Development at Glenville State College will sponsor a seminar on Police Officer Liability. This seminar ex- amines the subject of liability and the requirements and restraints surrounding the officer's actions, as they have been defined by law. The seminar will be held in the Vandalia Room of the Pioneer Center at Glenville State College November 29, from 9:45 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Pre-registration is requested. For further information contact the Training Institute, Dr. Irvin D. Talbott, at 462.7361, ext. 142. GED Testing at Career Center .............. The Calhoun-Gilmer Career nter began its G.E.D. Testing Schedule, Monday, November 5. All GED tests giveh at the Career Center are taken during the regular school day, 8:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. The testing schedule is easy to remember "ALL GED TESTS AT THE CAREER CENTER ARE GIVEN ON THE FIRST MONDAY OF EACH MONTH THAT SCHOOL IS IN SESSION AND START PROMPTLY AT 8:00 A.M." Testing days are as follows: Dec. 3, Jan. 7, Feb. 4, March 4, April 1, May 6, and June 3. Pre-reglster for the GED Test by phoning David White at the Career Center, 354-6151. Rock Grove Music Program ................ Steve Lares, a recent A-B college music graduate and music instructor in the Lewis County schools, will put on a musical program for the youth fellowship at the Rock Grove Baptist Church on Sunday, November 18, at 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Social Security Visit Change ............... Due to the Thanksgiving Day holiday, Social Security representatives will not visit Glenville on Thursday, November 22. The next visit will be Thursday, November 29. Glenville Jump Rope Exhibition ............. The students in grades 1-8 at Glenville Elementary will hold a Jump Rope Exhibition on Friday, November 16, at 1 p.m. The show will involve jump rope skills acquired in physical education class. All parents and fdends are in- vited to attend. That's qu~e the ~: $6.00 t)ack I~eacP, ed d~mim ~ar~, ~, vest= an~ ta~:~ F'tue an ~ of =~rt=, SO con~ tn now b" detailo an’l your $500 rebate form, Send ~I to h.i,s 3Pi=li[ Lockney Homemakers Meeting ............. The Lockney Extension Homemakers will meet Tues- day, November 20, at 7 p.m. at the Lockney Community Building. Annetta Richards will be presenting the lesson, "Selecting A Winning Wardrobe." A represen- tative from Mary Kay Cosmetics will also be present to give some hints on choosing makeup to compliment a winnign wardrobe. The public is invited to join Lockney Homemakers as they begin a new year. Mon., December 24 Tues., December 25 Wed., December 26 Thurs., December 27 Fri., December 28 CLOSED CLOSED OPEN DEADLINE 12 NOON MAILING. Mon., December 31 Tues., January I Wed., Jar. uary 2 Thurs., January 3 Fri., January 4 CLOSED CLOSED OPEN DEADLINE 12 NOON MAILING. . Papers will arrive late these two weeks. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S DELINQUENT TAX LAND SALE Notice is hereby that on Novr.ber 19, 1984, between the hours of 10: a.m. and 4.1)0 p.m. in the lobby of the Gilmer County Cour- thouse, e sale of delinquent lands for the tax year of 1903 will be sold to the highest bidder. Victor R. Kidq)atrick Sheriff and TreamalN, Gihner County, West Vk inla To each of you who faiddrtdly supported me, both in the Primary inK! in the General Election, I want you to know I am deeply gratefuL It is in- deed an honor to represent you on the Cmmnis- sion and I shall continue todD so to the best of my aidnty. So again, thank you so much for your kind- ness and support and I look forward to con- tinue working with my disttngutsl d col- leagues on the Cormnission in ser4ing you in the ansurk years. A Grateful Friend, Earl "Tex" Gainer Ad pe~d fo~ by the candidate of the 1 O/W30 1 O/W40 If we fail to greet you, you will receive FREE ... a smarl foun- tain soda or coffee. Rt. 76, Box 1B Glenville, WV 26351 304/462-5976