‘Hay Day’ VBS to be held Oct. 25
“Hay Day” will be the theme for VBS at the Pennsville-Todds United Methodist Church and will be held at the Pennsville United Methodist Church on Oct. 25 from 6-8:30 p.m. and the time will be in the newspaper for Saturday, Oct. 26, and Sunday, Oct. 27. K-6 grades are invited to attend.
Trick or Treat will be held at 6-7 p.m. Oct. 31. Please leave your porch light on if giving treats. Weiner Roast sponsored by Pennsville Volunteer Fire Department will be held at the firehouse. The Pennsville Volunteer Fire Department will have a gun raffle, cva accura v2 50 caliber 209 magnum, stainless/realtree apg. Drawing held Nov. 2, $1 each or six for $5 at the Fish Fry.
Fish Fry sponsored by Pennsville Fire Department will be held Saturday, Nov. 2 at 11 a.m. to ? Donations of pies and cakes would be greatly appreciated. Adults $9, Children $5, under 3 Free.
On Friday, Bev Sidwell went up to Kent State University to attend a banquet being held for the History Department. She returned home on Saturday.
Shelley Mason of Lubbock, Texas, called Mae Milhoan all week the temperature had been in the 90 degrees all week. The temperatures are to drop to the 30s the first of next week. That will be a 60 degree in the night.
Mae Milhoan received word from Joan Chapman of Cincinnati that her grandson, David Carl Schofield and wife have adopted a new baby girl. They now have four children.
Mary Jane Campbell of West Union came and got her daughter, Nancy Jane at Ohio University and attended a ball game at Glouster. Mary Jane’s nephew, Anthony McLaughlin played in the game. On Thursday and Friday night they visited the Glouster Catholic Cemetery. Mary enjoyed the visits from her family.
Robert and Sherri Maxwell were visitors at the home of James and Beverly Sealock.
Beverly Sealock is a longtime columnist for The Parkersburg News & Sentinel.