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Page 6 -- The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder -- Thursday, Jan. 1, 2004 gave me a SO I can m the New W WW, v r;ZCmWfr SS. COfr Guest Heifer 9wned bj ii:ii!: • UNLIMITED night and weekend minutes • +1000 mobile to mobile minutes • +400 or more anytime minutes • Long distance included fromyour home airtime rate area. Store Hours: 8-5 Mon.-Fri. ° 8-3 Sat. 315 W. Main St. o 462-5631 U Congressman Mollohan addresses local group ,.. Continued from Page 1 powerful House Appropriations Com- mittee to benefit Glenville State Col- lege and Gilmer County. He was introduced that evening of November 17 in the hotel's Confer- ence Room by Ike Morris and gave credit to the County's Democratic Party for its role in planning the social affair. All in all, Gilmer County's new Congressman is looking forward to a challenging and productive legisla- tive year on the federal level in 2004, with an eye to help out the county whenever possible. iii!!iJT,!iii!! if ii!iljjiiii!i!ii!iiiiiii!iiiljiijiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiil ADDRESSES CROWD -- Congressman Alan Mollohan (Dem.-lst Dist.)(standing, right) expresses much optimism about the future of Gilmer County at a recent informal gathering in his behalf at the Best Western Glenville Inn's Conference Room. He's known as a strong backer of the city of Glenville's downtown revitalization "Vision Plan," Glenville State College, the Gilmer County Historical Society and several local high technology business initiatives. Approximately 60 local people, including local businessman Craig Worl (seated, left), came out to socialize with the congressman who has deep family ties in Gilmer County. 00• Continued from page 1 Rebecca J.; Kinder, Logan S.; Losh, J.; McLaughlin II, Stanley G.; Mes- Trenton T.; McKeown, Autumn M.; senger, Kristi L.; Moyers, Beth Ann; Metz, Trisha L.; Minney, Jennifer N.; Nicholas, RobertT.; Papouschek, Jen- Normant, SarahM.; Radcliff, Roberta nifer; Peggs, Kayla N.; Rose, Amelia A.; Reaser Jared E.; Short, Eldon O.; L.; Simmons, Andrew L; Turner, Sprouse, RachelD.;Stalnaker, Abigail Brook; Wolfe, Jacob N. L.; Wallbrown, Matthew C.; White, Eighth Grade- Bamberger, Caitlin Timothy A. R.; Brown, Justin A.; Chapman, Abby; Tenth Grade - B lankenship, James Cole, Melissa H.; Cottrill, Nathan; B.; Bonnett, DoraM.; Brown, Natasha Friend, Chasity N.; Gordon, Lora D.; L.; Butler, Lark R.; Calhoun, JeffR.; Gragg, Chelsea D.; Hartman, Edward Cana, Jessica S.; Cann, Roxanne B.; R.; Hern, Lindsey A.; Hough, Carly; Cole, Matthew J.; Hammer, Danielle; Kennedy, Ashley; Lane, Amber; Jenkins, NicoleL.;Jordan, Nathaniel Langman, MacKenzie M.; Mohr, Sara P.; Lilly, Abby Q.; Mace, Tammy L; L.; Ramezan, Rachel R.; Rich, Jr., Marks, Finley T.; Meadows, Sonja Mark W.; Sponaugle, Jamie N.; G.;Miller, AmandaM.;Moss,Ashley Tomblin, DylanJ. B.; Ogena, Jessica; Papouschek, Wemm, Alexander J. Eleventh Grade - Adkins, Jay; Ashley, Ashley K.; Bailey, Amanda; Bailey, Emma E.; Buck, Kacie J.; Bush, Jordain D.; Butcher, Matthew; Butler, Allison; Cams, Osha; Darby, Bryan R.; Duelley, Amanda M.; • Golden, Nikita M.;Harrison, Whitney N.; Hodge, Christopher S.; Huffman, Lisa M.; McVaney, Brock A.; Mes- senger, Justin; Minigh, Ashley N.; Minney, Hollie J.; Montgomery, James A.; Moss, Jacqulyn L.; Moss, Jessica L.; Parys, Sean M.; Phillips, Jonathan A.; Pounds, Todd M.; Putnam, Katie E.; Roberson, Camai L.; Rutherford, Sarah A.; Self, Cristin R.; Shattuck, Mason D.; Smith, Ninth Grade- Bairefoot, Elizabeth Heather; Powers,• Justin B.; Riggs, Samantha L.~ Spencer, Clinton .J.; A.; Burkhammer, Brandy M.; Cams, KishaS.;Robinson, KristanG.;Smarr, Sierra; Fox, Dustan L.; Freshour, Kenneth W.; Stump, Ashley D.; Dustin W.; George, James F.; Gray Swiger, Stacey N.; Tomblin, RyanJ.; Call Dan Brown at Glenville PC Specializing in custom built PCs & repairs registered retailer °953 M|ner-al Road • 304-462-8481" Sumner, Matthew C.; Toro, Candle,; ell, Annamoriah; Weaver, Chris- topher L.; Williams, Erica L.; Wine, Teresa D.; Witte, Frank H. Twelfth Grade - Adams, Amber; Burkhammer, Karla D.; Bush, Chris- topher T.; Bush, Rachel L.; Butler, Ashely L.; Byrd, James F.; Conley, April D.; Cornell, Jenny M.; Hem, Dustin K.; Hess, Jennifer R.; Hess, Tiffany N.; Hicks,-Mitchell G.; Huffman, James L.; Jones, Amber M.; Marks, Jr., Edward L.; Montgom- ery, Katrina M.; Morris, Jr., Ronald L.; Ratliff, Sareena Rollyson, Amber D.; Sandy William L.; S prouse, Lisa D.; Squires, James E. Join the Gilmer County Historical Society and help to preserve our area's rich heritage! For signing-on, see Margaret at Society headquarters, 203 E. Main St., Glenville, Mon.-Fri., 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Make a New Year's Resolution to help a local organization like the Gilmer County Economic Development Association. that needs volunteers, i ] Lp Indoor Air Pollution: Protecting Your Family (NAPSA)-Many families spring and fall allergy sea- your family's needs: ceived the two highest specific noise values, ex- are breathing easier these sons. • Consider room size, per-CADR ratings in 2003 from pressed in decibels. days. They've taken steps to To protect your family from sonal health concerns, andthe Association of Home Blueair air purifiers are improve the a'ir quality inside these-harmfu-lpollutants, con- allergens and pollutants-bac- Appliance Manufacturers known for their quiet opera- their homes, sider an air purifier. Air puri- teria, dust, poilen, smoke,pet (AHAM). tion, low energy usage and According tothe American fiers are an efficient way to dander, mold spores-tlaat • Caoacity: The units' pub- 10-year ,arranty. 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