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December 9, 1976

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4 The Glenvflle Democrat/ Pathfinder December 9, 1976 CALEN thurs, dec. 9 There is a revival now going on at the Troy United Methodist Church. There will be guest speakers and guest singers. Pastor Robert ]ones is the leader. sat, dec. 11 The Gilmer County Gospel Singers Association will sponsor their regular monthly sing at the Gilmer County Recreation Center at 7:30 p.m. Featured will be the "Pathfinders." The public is cordially invited to attend. There will be a sing at the Copen Creek United Methodist Church at Gilmer Station at 7 p,m. with the Gospel Messen- gers. Everyone is welcome, mon, dec. 3 The Woman's Club of Glenville will hold their regular meeting at 7:30 p.m. at the Glenville Presbyterian Church. A Christmas program is planned followed by a home-made gift exchange under the direction of Miss May Beal. Swine flu shots will be available all this week at the Gilmer County Health Office on the bottom floor of the Gilmer County Health Center on Mineral Rd. from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. and from noon until 3 p.m. The Glenville Jaycees will meet at 7 p.m. in the Conrad Hotel, All members are urged to attend. Sponsored By 61enville Jaycees Dec. 3/, 976 Music By Insured Sound Music For All Ages s15 in advance Free Set Up And Breakfast Included Section A fri, dec. 17 The Gilmer County Farm Bureau covered dish Kick-Off Dinner and Christmas party will be held at the Gilmer County Recreation Center at 6 p.m. The Farm Bureau will supply turkey, ham, hot rolls and drinks with those attending bringing vegetables and desserts. sun, dec. 19 The Kanawha Drive Church will have their annual Christmas program at 7 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend. I I II I Diamond-mining as an industry originated in India between S00 and 600 B.C.. and for the next 1,200 years India was the only known source of the precious stones. mon, dec. 20 Gilmer County High School's choir will present a Christmas concert at the high school at 7:30 p.m. thurs, dec. 23 The Crooked Run Methodist Church will stage a Christmas play at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome. \\;\\  -y==  I., ,, --- =  ,4 / " Pesticide dealers must be certified A series of workshops designed to aid pesticide dealers in becoming certified will be held around the State in January, David O. Quinn, safe use of pesticides and chemicals specialist, West Virginia University, announced recently. Quinn said that the 1975 West Virginia law requires dealers who sell any restricted use pesticides be certified and licensed. It is expected that this law will be implemented in October 1977. The workshops will be held at the following locations: January 11, Morgantown; January 13, Inwood; January 18, Charleston; January 20, Lewisburg; January 25, Parkersburg; and January 27, Keyser. "Details ahout the Workshops can be obtained from local county Extension offices, and pre-registration forms can be picked up there also, " Quinn advised, adding that pre- registration is a must. The workshop fee will be $10 and this includes lunch for the ram-day affair. The program will run from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Examinations will be administered by the State Department of Agriculture at about 3 p,m. All who pre-register will receive a packet d study information through the mail. It is expected that dealers will prepare for the workshops and exam by studying the materials before they attend, Quinn concluded. WATER WELL SERVICE Myers Pumps Sales & Service DRILLING CLEANING OUT H.K. 'Nip' Frymier Tanner, W.Va. Phone 462-8992 .... ? .Y . COATS TO:I E ' LEASE YOUR00 ', B AVORITE GIRU dl c very large on fashion, . II   | " pleasingly small in cost; [ m .  | k to keep her warm and     | looking great! J I t J  I J A'warmplaidcrylicp''ant '1 J L | ! ! coat with fun fur collar, JJl B d 1 ! patch pockets and tie belt. ]  i...j,  Sizes 8 to 18 36.9S 1 =1 it " J notched colJar, 2 half J I1 ii! i'  ii i]  . ] moon pockets, tie belt. [I i i Sizes 6 to 16 36.95 i i   i I C. Stylish regular length I ! I B U t I plush coat, hooded, tie li ] !11 !1 R ! i belt, pockets and 'togg' I ' HI I I button front, II00, i , Ill ill . 10-8 Daily -  J i GLO VES .  i  12-6 sundav'' -=='=. I Orlon Knits with vinyl  - t " i palms, Viny,swithkn,t i ; vents, Bulky orlon ] !/ ii;{ .J,_-=ll., / ! stretch, Acrylic knits,  a i ",." - ', Vinyl with 1/2 fur lining wa lf  " #, ,j Jacquards & Solid COIO II!   / '"= \\; "B It li 1.48 to 3.79 Ii  J,, /_ . \\; "JHk g f ONLY 3 ' OFTHEMANY " 'ff- I.i-(l'g LADLES' COATS ,,;L =   ,, I NOW AT H-P ' ':'- " Gilmer girls win Section ON THEIR WAY--Gflmer County mgh's girts Doddridge County 47-40 last Friday night to win tl Championship. Gflmer girls pictured above are: [l-r] # $1] # 40 Diana Smith, # 23 Sue Ann Reed and # $5 [Democrat photo by Ann Moss] Gilmer County High's girls basketball team defeated Doddridge County 47-40 last Friday night to win the Section 3 championship. Kim Heckert led the Titans with 18 points followed by Pam Minigh with 14. The margin of victory came in the third quarter when Gilmer outscored Doddridge 16-2. Doddridge came back in the fourth quarter to outsCore the Titans 14-6, but their comeback fell short. The Titans converted seven of 10 free throws while Doddridge converted 12 of 23 free throws. Gilmer takes on Clay County Thursday. Dec. 9 in the first round of the Regional tournament at 7:30 p.m. in Spencer. Clay's record is 18-1, while Gilmer's record is 12-5. Doddridge FG Judy Holtz 6 Linda Proper 1 Tummy Holden 0 Melissa Chipps 5 Annett Coffman 0 Dearie Sutton 2 Totals 14 Gflmer FG Lisa Coffman 1 Phyllis Crouch 1 Kim Heckert 9 Paln Minigh 5 Sue Reed 4 Diana Smith 0 Totals 20 Former County man Marines with retirement :  ; with an artillery unit when he headed Japan to serve with From June 1961 to . served as Motor ' the 7th Motor following the Motor Transport Engineer Battalion. , Re to the ..... fOllff,bcr 'By a'*todr Marines at Camp S  Wllli-- ' f'^---^-- From 1970 to 1973 he ,.,, ..... am ,,. v-uuu Motors at Camp Pen William 'E. Gordon barn in was promoted to his Newberne and son of Rossa and Muriel In 1974 he was ' Gordon of Newberne was recently overseas, again to honored with a retirement ceremony where he served by the U.S. Marine Corps. Gordon Transport until his as enlisted in the Navy Sea Bees in May of Marine Force. Atlantic 1945. and before being discharged in 1974 as the MotOr 1946 he had served in Okinawa and Operations Chief. China. "Top" Gordon's sW Master Gunnery Sergeant Gordon the Presidential Unit Ci enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1946. star: the Good Cond and after boot camp joined the nine stars; the China " Twenty-second Marine Regiment at the American Campst.. Quantico as a heavy machine gunner. World War II Victory During 1949 and 1950 he served with a Asiatic-Pacific Camp gt Marine detachment in Bermuda. at the National Defense Serw Brooklyn Navy Yard, and Bayonne. Korean Service Meial New Jersey, the Korean PresidentJ  , In 1951 he returned to the Fleet the Vietnam Cross of Marine Force this time with the palm; the United N:: Seventh Marine Regiment, and saw Medal; and the Vie action in Korea. Returning to the Rib .I "* . United States he served at Marine Master Gmmery So Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego until is married o the form September 1958, when he was Salt Lake ty, Utah. , transferred to Twenty-nine Palms children;Nancy, Michel' where he remained until 1959. His next Stephen, and Mark. Tl assignment took him to Camp Lejeune their home in Carlsbad, , Safety Hunting Vests ,t 4,951 a L rJ,Ii Insulated Convertible "  I I / 5 Vests $|5.95 / . i',1 I//" ai Y./ i]1 " If Santa's Helpers C, Use A Little Help t your P T r ust D a& ioth in[/'! to Direct YoU: to perf For Everyo On YO DAVIS CLOTHING GLENVILLE,