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Kingwood, West Virginia
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10-PRESTON COUNTY JOURNAL-Wednesday, June 22, 2011-Kingwood, WV R i set 00ami,y are also we, eun ORS com00. more ,nfo00ation, contact Rosemary Stone Win- Sun., June 26 a donation to cover rental cost ters at: 304:892-3550, or Betty The Annual Stone Family of the building and bring a cov- Stone Bowman at: 304-265- Reunion will be held at the Mt. ered dish. We will have a 50/50 0475. Israel Community building, on raffle, prize for the best main Sat., July 2 Marquess Rd., in Fellowsville. dish, and dessert. Lunch will be The Kingwood High School We ask each family to make served at noon. Class of '56 will host a 55th Class Reunion, at 1 p.m, at Monroe's Restaurant. For in- formation, call Dru Deberry at: 304-474-3106. The Annual Clark and Melissa (Braham) Sypolt Reunion will begin at 1 p.m., at the Terra Alta Park Band Boosters Build- ing. A covered dish lunch will start at 1 p.m. All family and friends are asked to bring auc- tion items. Sat., July 9 The TAHS Class of '76 is in the process of planning a 35th Marriage ed Reunion. The gathering will a n n o u n c be held at East Preston Middle School Commons Area. The Vandy Anne Wharton and Da- vid Lee Holman were married Monday, June 6, in Kingwood. The bride is the daughter of Rosalie and Robin Galloway, of Wheeling. She attended West Liberty University and is em- ployed by Ohio County Schools, as a Kindergarten Aide. The groom is the son of the late Wilda and Donald Holman, of Wheeling. He is employed by Mylan Pharmaceuticals, in Morgantown. After a wedding trip to Top Sail, NC, the couple will reside in Masontown. birthday June 22 Kenneth Galloway Don Powell Mikayla Wright Linda Alborn Aaliyah Higgins Aubrey Shannon Jesse Fleming James Castle Frank Metheny Michael Sturm Tom Martin Nancy Wool verton June 22 Thurman & Pat Everly Gary & Linda Schooley Herb & Ruby Hershman Sam & Becky Pein James & Robin Rudder Gary & Donna Phillips June 23 Tim & Patty Miller Darwin & Linda Titchenell Brian & Kelly Rankin Art & Teresa Boylan Scott & Tammy Wiles Tim & Diana Haskell Patrick & Teresa Ennis June 24 Greg & Naola Clark Charles & Patricia Kelly Ray & Delia Matheny Bradley & Kimberly Martin Ray & Linda Wilson Mr. & Mrs. Greg Clark CHURCH SERVICES Sunday, Morning 10 a.m. Sunday Eve. 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Evening Bible Study 7:30 p.m. Howesville Church of Christ Rt. 26, 5 miles South of Kingwood Phone: 329-3830 John Sisler June 23 Julie Miller Kevin Metheny Kim Knox Linda Lewis - Chelsea Rosenberger Regenia Hershman Brian Hamilton Karen Hamilton Sandra Bolyard Marie Rhodes Noah Stine Bethany Reagan Dorothy Trasher Nancy Lininger Jacob Born Harland Dunaway Raymond Zinn James Yurko Art Lipscomb June 24 Delmus Bolyard Natasha K/dwell Jackson Ammons Krista Forman Doug McCrobie Mary Ann Bankhead Hope Hill Jennifer Messenger Isaiah Rosier Ralph Barton Jeremy Poland ! .... CALL BROWNING FUNERAL HOME THE JOHNSON MEMORIAL CO. Representatives Phone 329-0600 Kingwood, WV 26537 Listen to Mike in the Morning for chance to win/!/ event will begin at 4 p.m. with social hour. From 4:30 to 5 p.m. there will be a group photo in front of the school. Before the next reunion, EPMS will be torn down. At 5 p.m. dinner will be catered by M & M Bakery. The 2011 Sheets, Grimm, Wolfe Reunion will be hosted at 11 a.m., at the Rowlesburg Park. Bring a covered dish, lawn chairs and camera. Don't forget your wrapped gifts for a child and adult for the auction. We will have lots of games, food, fellowship, and prizes. There will be something for ev- eryone and several raffle items available for adults and chil- dren. Sun., July 10 The descendents of the John Annon Family will host a Fam- ily Reunion, 12:30 p.m., at the Gladesville Community 13uild- ing. Bring a covered dish and any family history you have at Jous var to share. Plates and silverware will be provided. Lunch will be served at 1 p.m. Family pictures will be taken, fol.lowing lunch. There will be games for the children. Friends are welcome, as well as, family. Sat., July 16 The Cascade Reunion will begin at noon, at the Masontown Fire Dept. Bring a covered dish, an item for the auction table and any pictures of Cascade to share. For info. call Glen Con- ner at 304-864-3384, Raymond Strahin at 304-864-6656, Patty Legget at 304-216-2293 or James Brown at 304-599-5264. The Mayne Family Re- union will take place begin- ning at noon, in the Rowlesburg Park. Bring a covered dish and enjoy the day. Sun., July 17 The descendants of Joseph and Nancy Davis will hold their Annual Reunion, at the Mt. Sarah Church, Sinclair Ridge Community, near Rowlesburg. Bring your picnic lunch and enjoy a combined picnic with all the family. Lunch will be at 12:30 p.m. Come and enjoy the day. The descendants of Albert Solomon SNout and Blanche Shell Fizer and Fannie Galla- tin Shrout will be holding their Annual Family Reunion from 12:30-5 p.m., in theAr- thurdale Heritage Building. It is a covered dish dinner. Ques- tions call Roger or Melinda Shrout at 304-864-6475. Center now open The Szilagyi Center will be open Saturday, from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Sunday, from 1-5 p.m., May through November. Visitors are welcome in the WWII museum, the Emporium, and the River City Cafe. other [ /