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Caleb is the son of Timothy and Michele Wine of Sand Fork, and is in Mrs. Betty Anderson's kindergarten class. Veterans attend the Nov. lOassemblyat( , ) JAYLIN aOXNSON CGHS: Camden Flats Baptist Church AWANA News This year marks the 51~t Annual President. The Wednesday night kids pro- award toher. Veterans Day Celebration. On No- vember l l, we reco~:nize America's 25 million living veterans. As Ameri- cans. we look to our veterans as ex- amples of honor and patriotism. These troops have made our country safer and brou,,ht freedom to people around the world~ On Veterans Da~. wc honor those men and women wh~) sacrificed their lives for the cause of liberty. Their heroism and dedication con- tinually inspires us. We owe a debt of gratitude to those bra~e patriots who made our world a better place. On. November 10 Gilmer County High School honored local veterans. The assembly was planned and'put on by Student (7ouncil and its advisor, Renee Ray. The program honored approximately 46 veterans from World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Desert Storm, and Iraqi Freedom. The audience stood as the veterans entered the gymnasium. Eighteen World War II veterans presented and folded a 275 square foot flag, owned by Mr. Damon \Vest, to all present at the assembly, as the school band played "Taps" Camai Robertson, Stu- dent Council Parliamentarian, invited the audience to stand and join in the Pledge of Allegiance. The GCHS Choir sang " Star-Spangled Banner" as their director played the piano, and Jessica Jaffre sang "America the Beau- tiful." Welcoming remarks were given by John Bennett, principal, and intro- duction of speakers was given by Ashley Minigh, Student Council Special readings were given by Emilee Grogg; Student Council Re- porter; Felicia Rayes; Student Coun- cil Treasurer; and Rachel Ramezan; Student Council Secretary. The guest speaker Gerald "Jay" Adkins, gave an inspiring speech about our flag. The introduction of the veterans was given by Ashley Minigh, Student Council President and Annamoriah Tuell, Vice President. Immediately following the cer- emony, Student Council invited the veterans to a brunch in the Commons Area, graciously prepared and served by the GCHS cooking staff: Norma Jordon, Darlene Meadows, Marie Skinner and Audra Duelley. Veterans in attendance: Carl Luzader, Robert Butcher, HoyBarton, TRIP TO KENTUCKY: Fred and Judy Ross, Billy and Marge Burke, - ing enthusiasm and good behavior Jim Cooper, Charles Black, Oral Samatha Loudin, Cody Grog{J, Louie and Grogg, Dan Loudin, every Wed. night. We are very proud Cunningham, Gene Ellyson, Thurl Keilh Cole, Erika Nicholas, Gory Grogg, Pare Loudin and Tammy /o_fJaylin, and arepleased to zivethis Wilt, JackConrad, Billy Bennett,Espy Loudin. L Miller, Doyle Skinner, Sharon Jones, 31st Annual North American International Melville Moyers, Billie Grogg, Livestock Exposition Everett Ellison, Denzil Huff, Goff Some of the Gilmer County Crew year were family and friends of the Summers, Paige Hinzman, Jennings . attendedthe31stAnnualNorthAmeri- Cox's Mills Tail Twisters 4-H club. Law, Jerry Glover, Hale Hardman, can International Livestock Exposi- The group attended the North Ameri- Milch Snider, John Villers, Charles tion in Louisville, KY the weekend of can Championship Rodeo on Friday Woodford, Tom Luzader, Kesslie Nov. 12-14. night and had many laughs with the Minney, Donald Bush, Dean The North American International help from Keith. Strickland, Terry' Pritt, Herman Nutter, Livestock Exposition is the largest all With many miles of walking, en- Sherman McCollough, Melton breedlivestockshowintheworldand joyment of beef show, draft horse Waddell, Johnnie Kuhl, Okey is held at the finest indoor livestock shows, championship rodeo and lots Stalnaker, Frank Rogucki, James facility in the United States.of good eats, everyone had a great Snider, Charles Harold, Chester Part of the group who attended this time! Shales, Dallas Igo, Damon West, William Grottendieck, Vernon Kerns, FreddieHelmick, WillardWright, Lee Community Christmas Party. Yeager. College students: Show school spirit by attending the games and cultural events/ Alg 7gho ll ooso - #; ffO& 10 E. Main St, Glenville, WV Every Monday Evening @ 6 PM 20 Games for $25.00 -- Specials (3) $5.00 each Fully compliant w/WV law~-alcohol prohibited in bingo hall Must be 18 to play bingo f Food avaJSable from thin Lodg 4 at y 462-5868 SAT. Closed Tires State Inspection Rt. 33 & 119 - Glenville Batteries ~ Hamilton Health Care Center Friday, Nov. 19 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. In the cafeteria Main Street, Spencer 927-1620 GIL-CO FAITH PHARMACY 76 Box 2 A / Rt. 5 East Glenville, WV Business: 462-8300 Hours: 8:30 - 7:00 Mon. - Fri. ~ 8:30 - 5:00 Sat. This year, the Glenville Juniorboy! Women's Club is hosting a Commu- Karaoke, Face painting, a Christ- nity Christmas party. The event will mas movie, Christmas Carols, and be held at the Gilmer County Recre- crafts are among the many festivities alien Center on Sat.. Dec. 4, 2004 to be offered. There will also be a from 6 to 9 pro. drawing for a special Holiday Many activities are planned to en- Longaberger basket. ;.ertainyourwholefamily. SantaClaus The "Candy Cane Kids" tradition will be making a special visit, so have will carry on and the children will be your wish list ready and get your bringing home a letter about it from picture taken with him. There will be school very soon. free hot dogs and hot chocolate for A canned goods drive will also be everyone, as well as gift bags for all held for the food pantry, so bring a children who attend. Free door prizes donation if you can. will be given out to kids and parents We hope that everyone will attend including boardgames and two bi- the community Christmas Party and cycles- one t"or a girl and one for a make it an enjoyable annual event. TIC-lilT SPOT TODD JONB$ $35/hr. Xzlght traetor llaldto, lawn, N~ CK.30 Hydrostat Tracton in Stock. Just In/ ~w 3054 Kioti w/Loa~r & Back_hoe ............. q9,~ 555C Ford Backhoe, 4WD ............................ ~17,5(~ 5210 J~n Deere, 45 HP, w/Loader .............. qT,l~0 7610 Fud, 85 HP, 4wd .................................. q4,500 784 !ntemat,~nal, 65 HP, 4wd, w/Loader ....... H3,500 3910 Ford, 45 HP, 4wd, w/Loader ................. $12,9r~ 585 Case International, 54 HP, Diesel, 4WD...q2,~ New Forte Self-Loading Bale Wrapper w/Bale Hugger Pkg. Deal ........................ $11,~ 580 Case Backhoe, Dbesel ............................... '8,5~ 4600 Ford, 52 HP, D~esel .................................. r'/,~ 5000 Ford, 60 HP, Diesel ................................. =6 800 185 Allis Chalmers, 75 HP, Diesel, w/Full Cab s6,~ 643 Bobcat, 30 HP, Diesel ............................... =6 000 ] New, 7', 3 Potnl Backhoe w/Pump ................... M,975 New 8 1/2 x25' Gooseneck Trailer w/Dove Tail s4,f~) ! 445 New Holland Skid Steer Loader, 30 HP, Gas ........................................ =4,000 2000 Ford, 38 HP Gas ................................ s4,200 601 Ford, 34 HP, Gas, New Pa)nt, Real Sharp ~,500 New Kioti Tractors in Stock gram at Camden Flats Baptist Church Each month, one Wed. night is des- isgrowingmoreandmoreeachweek, ignated as a special dress-up night. The club is called AWANA, which Teams are awarded extra points for stands for Approved Workman Are particiPating. Oct. 27 was called Not Ashamed. Every Wed. nightfrom "Country Bumpkin" night. The 6:30 until 8:30, the clubbers enjoy clubbersoutdidthemseivesby show- learning cool, new Christian songs; ing up in bibs, flannel shirts, ban- memorizingBibleverses;doingcrafts; danas, straw hats and bare feet or playing games; and learning about boots. For Nov. 24, clubbers will be Jesus Christ and the Bible in Council donning their best hunting gear for Time devotions. "Camouflage" night. October's Clubber of the Month AWANA is open to all kids ages was awarded to Jaylin Johnson, the three thru eighteen. It is a non-de- daughter of Jamie and Vanessa nomination program to teach kids the Johnson of Glenville. Jaylin set the gospel of Christ and train them to perfectexampleofhardworkincom- serve Him. If you are interested in pleting several sections in her hand- allowing your child to participate in book, memorizing scripture and show- this program, please feel free to con- tact the church at 462-5200 or Pastor Tony Conrad at 462-4035. MR. SCARECROW AND SOME OF THE CHILDREN FROM THE HANDS OF PRIDE CHILD CARE Scene from Hands of Pride Child Care, would House for your kindness and generos- like to thank our friendly scarecrow, ity. "Mr. Ed Toman," and his staff, also The children of Hand of Pride Day the staff at the Gilmer County Court Childcare Center, "The brave ones" TO E i Selected Varieties and 26 oz ! Decaffeinated [ Folgers Coffee ii i u 14-17 Ib avg wt, Water Added 16.3-17.3 oz tube, Selected Varieties Pillsbury Grands! 37 oz box, Selected Flavors Mrs. Smith's Buy One, Get One 12 oz bag or 3 lb bag Florida for : :: i : : ................ :: .............. Superior Tavern Whole Smoked 88 lb. of New & Used After hours emergency, call: Doug: 462-5554 Scott: 462-7355 H.C. U.S. #1 Southern Sweet Potatoes Our family looks forward to serving your family. Pharmacists: Scott Wanstreet RPh Doug Moss RPh Lori Plummer RPh or Red Yams For dally meal specials, ca//Food/and Oeli at 462-4064 in effect Thru Sat., Nov 20