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Page 8B I The Glenviile Democrat/Pathfinder --Thursday, Dec. 16, 2004 HIV...How Much 0Mr Neighbors ST. MARK AT VALLEY PARK SOUTHERN FARM SHOW St. Mark will hold Sunday Mass on Dec. 19, at 10:30 am. On Christmas The Southern Farm Show will be held Eve, Dec. 24, the Candellight Mass Wed. thru Fri., Feb. 2-5, 2005 in Ha- will be at 7:00 pm. There will be NO leigh, NC at the State Fairgrounds. service on Sunday, Dec. 26. The Hours: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. This is 10:30 am worship will resume on the largest agricultural exposition in Sun., Jan. 2. 607 W. Main St., Glen- the Carolinas and Virginia, where only v/lie. 462-8468. The Rev. Teresa L agricultuat and related industry corn- Wayman, 462-5800. panics are allowed to participate! Other events include the Future Farm-ROSEDALE ers of America Tractor & Truck Driv- CHRISTMAS PROGRAM ing competition and the 22nd Annual Southern national Draft Horse Pull On Sun., Dec 19, at 6:00 pm, The For information, call 704-376-6594, Rosedale Baptist Church will present or visit www.SouthernFarmShow 'The True Meaning of Christmas," ,com. with the singing of C.hristmas carols, scripture, and a religous play. Every- CONSERVATION DISTRICT BOARD one is invited to come and join in the The West Fork Conservation District joyful celebration commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ our Lord. Re- Board of Supervisors' monthly meet- ing for December will be held Tues,, freshments will be served immedi- Jan. 4, at the Oxford Grange in ately following the service. Eider Larry Doddridge County, beginning at t0:00 Fisher, Pastor. am. Contact Dinah Hannah, Execu- COME TO BETHLEHEM! tire Assistant at 627-2160. LIVE NATIVITY BREAKFAST WITH SANTA The congregation of St. Johannes Santa Claus will be stopping by North Lutheran Church, located in the St. Bend on his way back to the North Clara community, warmly invites you Pole, on Sat., Dec. 18, at 8:00-10:00 to their 12th annual Live Nativity on am for breakfast. He needs to find Sun., Dec. 19, from 4:30-6:30. The out what all the boys and girls want reading of the Christmas story and for Christmas this year. Come and carols begins the event and there will enjoy a great meal with Santa, and be continuous serving of"Shepherd's don't forget to have your picture taken Stew," bread, warm drinks, and cook- with old Kris Kringle. This full break- ies. Come and stay as long as you fast buffet will be sure to satisfy all like and enjoy the good fellowship ages and appetites. Each child 11 and the opportunity to glimpse and under eats for free, with each Bethlehem. Live animals and a cozy adult buffet purchase. For more infor- fire complete the evening. The nat/v- mat/on, please contact: Nick Murray ity will be held in the field adjacent to at 304-643-2931 or 800-CALL-WVA. the church parsonage located on the ~I ]'7 Sand Fork/St. Clara Re. off of Rt. 18 Church Activities south of West Union. For more infor- marion or, directions, please contact Pastor Linda Muhly at 873-2964. TANNER CHRISTMAS PROGRAM Candlelight Christmas Eve Holy com- munion worship will be held at 7:00 The Tanner Chapel Christmas pro- gram wilt be on Thurs., Dec. 23, at pm. Please join us! 7:00 pro. Everyone is invited to at- OLD-FASHION CHRISTMAS tend. Alfred Hickman, Pastor. CANTATA CANDLE LIGHT SERVICE Rev. Randy Wilson.would like to ex- There will be a Christmas Candle tend a heartwarmed invitation to an Light Service at the Newborn United Old-fashion Christmas Cantata, at the Methodist Church, Fri., Dec. 17, at Glenville Community Church on Wal- 7:00 pm. Everyone welcome. Pastor, nut St., Sun., Dec. 19, at 7:00 pm. Bill Davis. Everyone welcome! by Governor Bob Wise ing the holidays. Do You Know? During this special time of year, All West Virginians are invited to "l'nl too young," 'Tin too old." "It take a moment aside from the hustle The holidays are "a),,~s.~cial time of can't hapt~en to me." People from all andand bustlefriends.tO spend time with family year for everyone, and i[isa tradition x'` alks of life can ~ct HIV/AIDS. You This holiday season binds us all to light a holiday tree on the Capitol canbeamznlorwoman.,.zayorstrai,.zht. together in a very special way. Use grounds. The celebration also will white or black. It's everyone's prob- this occasion to feature holiday music from several lem, it can happen tu you. ll reflect on the year schools, as well as the traditional holi_ In the U.S. hctwcen 1,000,000and I[~ I1 past, to give day message. Following the cer- 1.500,O00pcoplearecurrentlv livine ll thanks for all emony, visitors can take a musical withHIV, atleasthalfofallncwHl~' ~ ]l your blessings walk through the CapitoI, Governor's infcctionsintheU.S.areamon~people ~t,ll~ll I M1 and to make reso- Mansion and the Capitol grounds, under 25: however, one of the fa~tcst ~ ~l lutions for a This is a joyous time of year for erowine populations is women o, cr r.~ ' .1 bright future, many faiths, and it is important to i/J~ i~l This has been recognize the many attributes of each "~0The only wa, to spread HIV is by of them. As we celebrate in our own bodx fluids. HI; is not just a sexuallY,, ~L ll a trying time for way, let us remember the true mean- tr:m~mitted disease I STD). It is als~ our state. Our ingofcharityandtherewardofgiving spread b~ sharin~ needles with an people are still working hard to re- to others. I extend my best wishes for build their communities after flood- ing and feeling the absence of loved ones overseas. Let us appreciate what we have been blessed with and extend our thoughts and prayers to all of humankind, here at home and through- out the world. Please remember those in our armed forces who are working to ensure the peace we celebrate dur- infected person. a safe holiday season and a very happy You say you only have one partner? New Year. Visit our newspapers' website at: www. GlenvilleNews.com The New 'River Packet' cont'd ... Continued from page 1A estly-priced, yet tasty daily specials. Also, "Sundays are becoming a big at the end of October, this current day for us, and we're ready for those opportunity -- maybe a once-in-a- crowds," the chef states, noting that lifetime chance-- came my way," he they've been open since Fri., Dec. 3. recounts. "We've got you covered, if you Although he had been the head chef either want to eat informally at lunch at the upscale Visions Restaurant at with business friends or to dine for- Flatwoods' Days Inn for the past six mally at night with your family. years, in the last couple of decades, Its hours are 11 a.m.-9 p.m., seven he's learned the cooking trade at fine days a week. restaurants in Louisville, KY., and The restaurant has been tastefully Indianapolis, IN. "I've learned my decorated for Christmas. "We can trade at some of the most elegant handle company Christmas parties, restaurants in the Mid-West," he re- small wedding receptions and with lares, the Best Western next door, larger As a Sand Fork native, and having receptions in their spacious Confer- left the county at an early age with his ence Room," he adds. parents, heobservestheobvious,"Ev- As to the historic Riverboat Era erybody born here wants to come pictures and memorabilia which also back to Gilmer County some day. I'd adorn the interior, he's thankful for always return for family reunions and his mother, Judy Marks's and cousin, visits, so the value of rural life never Gary Coberly's help. He's also appre- got out of my system." ciative of the support he's received Most importantly, in coming home from his wife, Christina (McCuUough) again, he was able to fulfill his "dream" Marks (another Gilmer native) and of owning his own restaurant, his kids: Amanda, 8, and Geraka, 8- Hismenucontainsawidevarietyof months, as well as his father, food -- something foreveryone's taste Lawrence. or wallet. "The River Packet serves See related ad on this page. everything from beans and cornbread to shrimp and prime ribs," he notes, mentioning that his certified Angus prime rib dinner is a specialty of the house, along with the large home- made cobblers. For any rural area, he'll offer mod- #35 W. MY1.ES AVE = PENNSBORO. WV 26#15 LOCAL 659-2917" = TOLL FREE 866-659-2917" NEW EQUIPMENT I -- -JOUN DEEXE- - - 2210 COMPACT TRACTOR, W/620 MID MOWER/TURF TIRES ............................... $10.950.00 COMPACT TRACTOR, W/47 SNOW THROWER/TURF TIRES/CHAINS .......... ,$12,50&00 4010 COMPACT TRACTOR W1410 FRONT LOADER/TURF TIRES 4310 COMPACT TRACTOR W/430 FRONT LOADER/AG TIRES .$t6,9 .00 790 COMPACT TRACTOR W/INDUSTRIAL TIRES, DUAL SCM ...$11,50&00 990 COMPACT TRACTOR WfAG TIRES, DUAL SCM ................... $I5,500.00 990 COMPACT TRACTOR WlAG TIRES, DUAL SCM, 430 LOADER ..................................... $I8,50&00 5420 CAB TRACTOR, 12 X 12 PR TRANS, HEAT/AIR/RADIO, 4WD ................................... $,'38,950.00 5520, 9X3 TRANS, 4WD, DUAL SCV, DUAL REAR REMOTES ...... , ....... $31,99&00. 6)(4 DIESEL GATOR W/FRONT BLADE ..................................................... $9,700.00 - - - NEW HOLLAND - - - TZle COMPACT TRACTOR W/54 INCH MID MOWER/TURF TIRES .............. $ 9,.500.00 T7..24 COMPACT TRACTOR Wt60 INCH MID MOWEFifrURF TIRES ............. $t0,500.00 TC24 COMPACT TRACTOR/HYDO TRANS, TURF TIRES ........................... $10,500.00 TC 29A COMPACT TRACTOR/HYDRO TRANS, TURF TIRES ....................... $13,800.00 TC30 COMPACT TRACTOR W/BUSH HOG MODEL 246 LOADER ............... $14,600.00 TC33A, 9X3 TRANS., INDUSTRIAL TIRES, ..................................................... $12,950.00 TC33A, HYDRO TRANS., WITH 14 LA LOADER, INDUSTRIAL TIRES..: ....... $18;500.00 -- - USED E PMENT .... FORD 1320 HYDRO/TURF TIRES/60 INCH MID MOWER, 1.888 .............. $ 5,995.00 JOHN DEERE 790/tND. TIRES, 419 LOADER, 7 BACKHOE, 2003 ......... ...$17,995.00 JOHN DEERE 4010, HYDRO, INDUSTRIAL TIRES, 54 INCH FRONT BLADE .................................................................... $10,600.00 NEW HOLLAND TC35, HYDRO, INDUSTRIAL TIRES, 2002, 154 Has ...... $12,900.00 NEW HOLLAND TCA0, 12X12 SHUTTLE, 16LA LOADER, IND. TIRES ....... $15,995.00 I/H 484 TRACTOR, SINGLE REAR REMOTE, 8X4 TRANS, 1983 ......... . ...... $7,795, I/H 574 TRACTOR W/LOADER, DIE EL, 8X4, 1977 .................... ,.., ....... ,....,.$ 7,995.00- MA&.SEY 375, t2X4 TRANS, DUAL REAR REMOTE& NEW PAINT, i988....$ 9;995.00 FORD 5640 CAB TRACTOR, 12X12 TRANS, :: 7411 LOADER, HEATIAIR/RABIO ........................................ . ........ : ....... . ..... ,99&00 CASE 584 ROUGH TERRAIN FORKLIFT, 21FT. UPRIGHT, DIESEL .........L...$ 7,900.00 BALLAST NOT INCLUDED _._. FR C~. ALL PRICES ARE CASH PRICE, t j..__TRADE. AVAILABLE ON ALL EOUIPMS_NJ_L_IST_~I~. USED EQUIPMENT 18 AS IS CONDITION, NO WARPJ~II~. CUSTOMER RESPONSIE UNITP~ [-~- PHONLyUpCARIB~cIENTGAxEGO~8~NI~L 1F~8" P~30/04RICES BASED ON STOCK But that partner may have had several partners. Remember you are having sex with everyone your partner has had sex with as far as AIDS is con- ce,-ned. The only 100f/t way to protect yourself is abstinence. If you arc go- mg to have sex, use a condom every time. Relnelnber it is not ,,'`'ht) you arc...it is what you do...that deter- mines 3our risk of HIV/AIDS. Kno'`~ for sure, Get Tested. For more information, call Moun- tain CAP ot" WV, Inc. HIV/AIDS Prevention Program at 1-800-871- 1503 and ask for Charlotte Hcnline. Wc care about you and our commu- nity. Serving a wide variety of foods - something for ever/I dt & pocketbook. Locally owned by Mr. LG. Marks, a Oilmr County Native. Hours: 11 a.m.- 9 p.m. 7 days a weak Naxt to Bast Westarn Proud to serve Gilmer NOW SCHEDULING COMPANY CHRISTMAS PARTIES! VIRGIL V. JARVIS Virgie V. Jarvis, 93, of Millstone, went home to be with the Lord, Dec. 10, 2004. Born at Stinson, Sept. 12, ! 91 I, she was a daughter of the late William J. and Mary J. Cumberlidge King. She was of the Baptist faith. Surviving are five daughters, Vivian Finster and husband, Francis, of Weston: Delores Lowe and her hus- band, Darol, of Spencer; Susan Rob- erts and her husband, Gary, of Mill- stone; Judy Rollyson and her com- panion, Larry Craddock, of Millstone; Karen Roberts and her husband, Kenny, of Five Forks; one son, Roger Jarvis and his wife, Julia, of Mt. Zion; a son in-law, Jim Brown, of Pine Grove; 23 grandchildren, 47 great grandchildren and 11 great-great grandchildren; three sisters, Iva Miller of Warren, OH; Hattie Digman of Mannington; Marie.Marks and her husband, Herman of Parkersburg. She was preceded in death by her husband of 54 years Cecil Jarvis, one daughter, Donna Brown, one son, Ronnie Jarvis, one grandson, Mike Brown, one great grandson, Hayden Callaway, four sisters and two broth- ers. Funeral services were held Dec. 14, at the Stump Funeral Home. Rev. Keven Church officiated. Interment followed in the Rosedale Cemetery. County since 1959 Select Granite Quality Workmanship Also Offering Computer Design Fit. 33 West of Weston 269-5573 or 1-888-269-5573 All 'Plain Home Talk' Explored The publisher of Plain Home Talk etc. found its way to man~ towns and villages in the U.S. including W.V. The vigorous essay writer and successful medical practitioner, Dr. E. B. Foote. was a successful journalist before the age of twenty and a medical journalist at about twenty fi re. In the wimerof 1857- 58 he published this far-famed medical "conlnlon sense," which sold It lhe ex- tent of 258.000 copies, this revised Plain Home Talk sold nearly 100,000 copies. Plain Home Talk and Medical Cmn- mort Sense was without giving the names of correspondents from letter-extracts to be entirely genuine, swum before a Notary, Commissioner of Deeds, etc., N.Y. City Charles L Bushnell on Dec. 14, 1870. / / \ Holiday Dance Saturday, Dec. 18th 9:00 p.m. Glenville Moose Lodge #2604 Featuring the ," of "Black Velvet" Members &Guests Away With Melancholy Cheerfulness should be cultivated by everyone. It is an antidote fi)r many ills: and a laugh is of immense value, physi- ologically. It produces an electric effect throughout the ',','hole system. It is felt in no one place particularly, but every nerve, muscle and fiber is simulta- neously titillated with the electric flash from the brain. All who have melan- choly friends should try to excite them to laughter. A few hardy laughs will cure the most desperale case of melan- choly. It is a Christian duty to look cheerful, and a blessed privilege to laugh. / Historical Chips When the W.V., pioneers built their log cabins, many chips accumulated: o't4 1We are surrounded w'th many fthse - entertaining chip facts, which we want to gather up into a pile. These historical chips will exhibit various analyical epi- sodes of different ages and customs; From Gilmerand Lewis County I therefore, many will sound ridiculous 'Toy for Kids Dice Run'_ ingsof t i'~'~)')I )! Sxh~iverT, ruckiun, glSo,i?c.,joeandSmiley sHillToplnJoriginality.tsmefustdaybecausethemean'wrdschangedas well as their The country store was one of the ~, ,.~ .,;,. &Crossroads Pub & Club would Ib ~ to thank the follow-1 ways these historical chips got spread ~,~-~'-~}, ingbusinessforthedonationsandhelpontheJuly4~DiceI around the pot belly stove: especially I lw' i Run 2004. Those in Lewis County: Advance Auto PartsI d,rine the long melancholy winters I~'~ Ballards' Chevrolet, Bennett's Firestone, Barton's BP, Buster'sl Subs, Butchcr-Lavfield Lumber Co., Charlie's Barber Shop,I 'a'mtmg Iorthespring Ibrharderworkto rtt~,~.~; j Fisher Auto Parts Fitness Factory Foster Feed H & MI .~,~ ~ o.,~ , . " , Motors, Kathy's Rivcrs,de Restaurant, Kentucky Fried Chicken I Krogers, Napa, Piercv Auto Sales, Player's Club Sheetz' | Stonewall Gc neral Store, Sully's Restaurant, Tractor SupplyIServing G/liner &Surrounding ~,(".;,/ l United National Bank, Video Gallery, Worldwide Equipment, I ~ Counties Since 1953 !% .... [ Gary Brown. Kathy Fealy. Jay McLaughlin, & Garry L. I ~r"~ -w ~_ J[~::~',, t: ,,, S learcr. Those yon, G met County- Appalachian Piping |.- , OLLINS ," " f'" .: B~.~tty's Floral, Drakes Auto Sales, Down Hole Pump " ![ I~SURAN [~: ~;~;; Sales, Famil', Dollar, Four Seasons Salon, Flying W PipeI CE I i'G.C. Sher, f,'s O,'/'ice Glenn's Auto Repair, Glenviile Hard-I AGENCY ware, Glenvillc Napa, Glenvillc UP, Hardman's, Hays City| i !]iil Auto Sales, Main Event Sports Bar, Quickie Lube, UnitedI heaithFr vOUrandhOme,long.termaUto, carelife' National Bank, Wilson Rue. Dan Backus, Jeff Bonnett, LarryI motorcycle, flood, business r,,- Gregory, Susie James, lke Morris, Sue Morris, Kevin Parsons,1 insurance, & bonds. p~)~::[Tirn~Robinson and Bill Self. I Jim Collins, Agent ;~ ,~ ,,, ~.',~.-:f i - ' . . . | Spec,al Thanks to all the b kers who part,ctpated and he ped I T.a,'is Wooarord, Agenl ...... ]to make this event a success. Hope to see you all next July @.| E. lain St. Gilmer County Toys for Kids is a non-profit organization ~ Glenville, WV Phone 462-7951 ,.,r ,, ,~'~" ",~ .... : and is hccnscd. 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